Monday, 30 April 2018

Buccaneer “Buccaneer"1979 US Private Hard Rock


Buccaneer “Buccaneer"1979 US Private Hard Rock
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1979’s "Buccaneer” has got a legion of fans willing and able to shell out some big money for an original copy. Nothing more than my humble opinion, but as a concept album built on the lives and times of three pirates (the inner sleeve provides the extended plotline), this was pretty laughable stuff, though that might have been the goal … 

Drummer Jerry Derome (aka Madjack) and guitarist Jay Wilfong (aka William Bonney) had both been members of the Indiana-based Poverty Programme. Wilfong had also recorded an album with the band Primvil on the famed 700 West label. With the addition of bassist Gary Dunn (aka Lord Vendetta), these guys spent a couple of years touring throughout the mid-West, collected a small but loyal following. 

Self-produced, 1979’s “Buccaneer” wasn’t going to change your life in any respect. That said, if you adjusted your expectations, this was thirty minutes of mindless fun; perfect for cranking up on a long drive to the beach. For a trio, these guys had a surprisingly full sound, managing to avoid most of the metallic sludge that trios tend to generate. Unlike most trios, they also managed to avoid the requirement to devote a disproportionate amount of time to pointless soloing. Wilfong had a nice voice; quite commercial and proved a strong and melodic guitarist, while the Dunn-DeRome rhythm section were never less than solid. It certainly wasn’t the most original collection you’ve ever heard, but the playing was solid and with a couple of exceptions, notably the spoken word introduction and flabby ballad ‘Fantasies ’ the album was a hoot..by..RDTEN1….. ~













Tracklist 
A1 Introduction 3:19 
A2 Ride The Tide 4:43 
A3 Follow Me 4:38 
A4 Fantasies 5:15 
B1 Desolation 4:41 
B2 Spanish Gold 3:20 
B3 The Invincible 4:45 
B4 Sailor, Lord And Thief 7:43 

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