La Paz / Doogie White - Granite mp3 album

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La Paz / Doogie White - Granite mp3 album
Heavy Metal
  • Performer:
    La Paz / Doogie White
  • Title:
    Granite
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Heavy Metal
  • Duration:
    46:30
  • Recording Location:
    Foundry Studios
La Paz / Doogie White - Granite mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1185 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1848 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1919 mb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    262
  • Formats:
    MP2 AHX AAC VOX MPC AC3

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Too Good to Lose Chic McSherry / Doogie White La Paz / Doogie White 3:08
2 This Boy Chic McSherry La Paz / Doogie White 4:49
3 Lesson in Love Chic McSherry / Doogie White La Paz / Doogie White 5:48
4 Amy Alex Carmichael / Andy Mason / Doogie White La Paz / Doogie White 5:16
5 Just For Today Chic McSherry / Doogie White La Paz / Doogie White 3:45
6 What Do You Say Chic McSherry / Doogie White La Paz / Doogie White 5:35
7 Still In Love Chic McSherry / Doogie White La Paz / Doogie White 4:11
8 Young and Restless Alex Carmichael / Paul McManus / Chic McSherry / Doogie White La Paz / Doogie White 4:09
9 Shame the Devil Chic McSherry / Doogie White La Paz / Doogie White 9:49

Credits

Big Ted - Engineer
Alex Carmichael - Bass, Composer, Vocals
Andy Mason - Composer, Keyboards, Organ (Hammond)
Paul McManus - Composer, Drums
Chic McSherry - Composer, Guitars, Producer, Vocals
Rolf Munkes - Mastering, Mixing
La Paz - Primary Artist
Oliwia Piotrowska - Artwork, Layout
Doogie White - Composer, Executive Producer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Jaroslaw Wieczorek - Artwork, Layout



Togar
Metal Mind Productions is proud to announce the release of an unique album - ""Granite"" by Doogie White & La Paz. La Paz were formed in Scotland in the summer of 1984 by Chic McSherry (guitars), Doogie White (vocals) and Alex Carmichael (bass). They did their last gig on 15th October 1988 and then Doogie moved to London to join Midnite Blue, Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, Yngwie Malmsteen and the mighty Tank. Fast forward to 2011 and some reunion shows. The idea of re-recording some of the favorites from the set that had never had a proper production job was conceived. The band says ""Granite"" is the album they should have made back in the day.