Does anybody know anything about the song 'Only You'? Ron Taylor vocals, sounds as if it was recorded in the earls 90's.
I can't find it on youtube or even on a Google search. Sounds very similar to the tracks on Fields of Yesterday, so the demo may date from that period....if so wonder why it never made that compilation. Any info would be appreciated, thanks.
Last week, I've listened more than 100 different 80's Glam/Hair metal bands (3+ songs from each band).But, Lillian Axe remain my fave, closely followed by Saigon Kick and Great White. Lillian Axe simply had the finest melodies and most charismatic lyrics which make Guns n'Roses, Kiss, and Motley Crue, sound like average. A 'Top-100 billboard'(in '92) is very small reward for such a great music like Lillian Axe. It's strange to figure why these guys not only did not make a huge breakthrough within Glam/Hair metal, but not even in the White Metal genre; given that they had lot of religious influences in many songs. I mean they sound much better than Stryper or White Lion. Their only issue, was their somewhat raw productions. My fave Lillian Axe tracks so far : Poetic Justice, All's Fair in Love and War, Thirst, Anna Lee, Hard Luck, Deep In The Black, Fear Of Time, The needle and your pain Stop the hate, Here is a Cristmas, Dyin' To Live , Ghost of Winter, The Last Goodbye, Throw You Away
had the new album a while now..obv its a bit of a stopgap for something bigger, with the reworkings n all...disappointed as a result. i like 47 ways to die but somethings not right with the band atm, any thoughts anyone? also, is it me, or do all the axe singers sound pretty similar..if you hear jonny vines, ron taylor, derek or ronny they all sing in a similar vein. listen to fields of yesterday taylor demo and the one on waters rising, youll see what i mean!
I only had the first two tapes, so I wasn't familiar with the current members (thought that singer looked a little young!). However their performance was kickass and they sounded GREAT! I can't wait to listen to the later albums!