richard torrance fans?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by rjp, Mar 10, 2009.

  1. rjp

    rjp Forum Resident

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    ohio
    7)'s singer/songwriter.

    wrote 'rio di janero blue".

    has only one album, "bareback" available on CD (magic records out of france)

    "anything's possible" and "double take" are also very good.

    anyone else ever heard of him?
  2. rjp

    rjp Forum Resident

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    ohio
    wow!

    no one else heard ever heard of this guy

    i am amazed
  3. Bluebird

    Bluebird Member

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    United Kingdom
    Renny,

    I used to have 5 of his albums on vinyl, but parted with them all except for 'Belle Of The Ball'.

    This was the first record of his that I bought, and always seemed far stronger than the others to me, but I wish now I still had the others to see if my opinion remained the same.

    Prime candidates for the Wounded Bird treatment, wouldn't you agree?
  4. rjp

    rjp Forum Resident

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    ohio
    absolutely!
  5. Frank G

    Frank G Active Member

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    Oregon
    I tried like hell to sell 'Belle of the Ball' when it came out--- '73 or '74, wasn't it? Maybe '75. One of the big Shelter pushes, but got little airplay in SD where I was working at the time. Good album. Had no idea he had out more than one other. Good to know. Have any labels or years?

    Frank G
  6. Mr Alden

    Mr Alden New Member

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    Detroit Michigan
    I'm a Jack Torrence fan does that count??:winkgrin:
  7. Artery1

    Artery1 Member

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    Coventry UK
    Oh I thought you said Richard Digance. Sorry. I was about to express amazement that he had any fans.
  8. rjp

    rjp Forum Resident

    Location:
    ohio
    5 total albums that i'm aware of, a couple different labels.
  9. ejnwow

    ejnwow Member

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    Shoreview, MN USA
    Great singer/songwriter! Belle of the Ball and Bareback are my favorites. Bareback contained several members of Little Feat. Bareback has that funky mid-70s era Feat feel to it.