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Peak position #10
Glenn Little. "Big Boy". "The Legend". Nothing else needs to be said. Nobody else could hold down a groove and belt it out like him. Nobody. This is a new version just found with much better sound quality. Thanks again, Billy!!
#11 (Main)
Our closing song just about every night. And you can tell by the volume it was time to go. Larry, Glenn, and Gregg KILLED this one!
#18 (Main)
It was the 70's and Disco was....still around. This is a song by Peter Brown. Another of the "Sunburst origins" songs, this is an early recording when the band was still just Glenn, Greg, Larry, and Bob. We had a LOT of fun!
Peak position #14
A song by Little River Band. This was the beginning of Sunburst, before Mike Cooley and Les Taylor arrived. Just three pieces; guitar, bass, and drums. A HUGE thanks to Billy Moore for giving me access to these tapes. Thanks Bullah!!!
A song by Player, sung by Bob. Again, really loud, must have been later in the night :)
#38 (Sub-genre)
This is the song most people remember when they think of Sunburst. Another Greg Land original featuring vocals by Larry and Les. Also, check out Les channeling his inner Elliot Randall on the guitar solo. From the album "Homespun".
Peak position #3
The Bob Seger classic torch song, and Larry smokes it! Great piano by Mike Cooley. Gregg, Glenn, and Bob as The Embarrassing Stains.
Peak position #14
An original written by Greg Land. Greg also sings harmony with Larry on this, and, of course, killed it on the drums. We had a blast with this one. My profound thanks to Judy Dunn for providing the original recording of this, it's the best I've heard
Peak position #6
Les doing a song by Jay Ferguson. Again, later in the evening and the volume is up there!
Peak position #10
We did a lot of Seger. Hey, he had a lot of hits.....
Peak position #15
What can I say, it was a different time. No disrespect intended to anyone, but if this song offends you pretend it's called "Baby Rats".
Mike Cooley proves he was "King of the Clavinet" on this Elvin Bishop song. BTW: there IS some ham in Birmingham. Just sayin'...
#29 (Sub-genre)
A Dan Hartman disco song? Why not? Hey, if it was a hit, we did it. What a fun tune!!
Peak position #33
More than anything, Sunburst was a Rock n' Roll band. This one was right in our wheelhouse. Have a listen as Mike Cooley proves there is nothing else better than a REAL Hammond played through a REAL Leslie cabinet.
Peak position #6 1
Steely Dan song. Vocal by Larry, guitar solo by Les.
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