OLIVER DAWSON SAXON Re-Landed..Plus

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OLIVER DAWSON SAXON Re-Landed..Plus

CD TRACKLISTING

Disc 1 – CD ‘Re landed’
1. Power & The Glory
2. Rock’n’ Roll Gypsy
3. Strong Arm Of The Law
4. The Band Plays On
5. Past The Point
6. Dallas 1pm
7. Rockin’ Again
8. 747 (Strangers In The Night)
9. The Eagle Has landed
10. Motorcycle Man
11. Wheels Of Steel
BONUS TRACKS
12 One Sour Krout
13. Worlds Gone Crazy
14..Nursery Crimes
Disc 2 – DVD ‘Rock Has Landed-It’s Alive’
NTSC – all regions
1. Power And The Glory
2. Rock And Roll Gypsies
3. Strong Arm Of The Law
4. Past The Point
5. Dallas 1PM
6. 747 (Strangers In The Night)
7. The Eagle Has Landed
8. One More For The Road
9. Motorcycle Man
10.Heels Of Steel
11. Devil Rides Out
BONUS MATERIAL
Strong Arm Of The Law
Band Documentary
Photo gallery
History Of the Band

Oliver Dawson Saxon were formed back in late 90′s after former SAXON founder members GRAHAM OLIVER and STEVE DAWSON formed the band and they immediately recorded and released an album called ‘Re landed’ which got a limited release on a local label.

Now remastered in 2008 with three newly recorded studio tracks the band produces some classic rock.

Disc 2 (DVD) is a concert filmed in 2001 with numerous bonus features.

Classic Heavy Metal in both Sound & Vision.

Reviews

…those Graham Oliver solos are still really a joy to listen to

www.metal-nose.org (June 2008)


Their excitement is palpable, the crowd enthusiastic, and the songs thoroughly reinvigorated.

Jo-Ann Greene, allmusic.com (June 2008)


Overall, this is not bad and should provide pleasure for those of a certain age

www.hardrockhouse.com (May 2008)


...revel in the pomp and glory...This is a headbangers delight/guitars aplenty and a storming performance from new vocalist John Ward.

Classic Rock Society (August 2008)


...with two founding members and Nigel Durham, a drummer who played on Saxon's Destiny album, this is a classic lineup...and when the whole mix sounds so good who cares who sings them.

Classic NWOBHM from some of the UK's masters

Amplifier, Issue 99


 

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