RANDY HANSEN self titled 1980 Capitol USA LP Hendrix
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Sold Date: 07/27/2010
Channel: Online Auction
1980 hard to find first solo album by Randy (wow no Hendrix songs!) who pretty much has become a Hendrix covers king the past 10 or so years (Capitol ST-12119).
A FAN OVERVIEW: Born December 8, 1954 in Seattle, Washington Randy is a U.S. guitarist, best known for his emulation of Jimi Hendrix. He clearly has a bit of physical resemblance to Hendrix in his facial features, and carries that resemblance further by emulating such signatures of Hendrix's style as playing a guitar with his teeth or behind his back. His music appeared in the 1979 film Apocalypse Now, and his debut album was released in 1980 on Capitol Records.Hansen's high energy guitar work has earned praise from fellow Dutch-American, legendary guitarist, Eddie Van Halen (in Guitar Player magazine), among others. He also was a good friend of the late Stevie Ray Vaughan (writing a song about him called "Texas Twister" from his Old Dogs New Tricks CD). He has toured and played with literally hundreds of famous musicians and groups. Hansen's Hendrix act first came to prominence with Randy Hansen's Machine Gun (1977–80), with Larry Epperly on bass guitar and Tim Kelliher on drums (Kelliher later did sessions for guitarist Daniel Jones in his band 7th Order, whose session personnel also included British guitarist Martin Pugh and veteran American rock guitarist Geoff Thorpe). All three had previously been in a band called Kid Chrysler and the Cruisers. Hansen's Machine Gun performed on bills with Heart, The Kinks, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and others, and were written up by Rolling Stone and Guitar Player. T are now videos out with Buddy Miles covering Hendrix tunes such as "All Along the Watchtower", with incredible playing by Hansen from 1997.
SONGS: A1 Champagne & Cocaine A2 Watch What You Say A3 Time Won't Stop A4 I Want To Take You Higher B1 Millionnaire B2 Dancin' With Me B3 Don't Pretend
CONDITION: The record is excellent to near mint with no visible wear but a couple of light spindle marks on each label side & radio station number sticker on the side one label (which is also on the front upper left corner of the cover) the cover is VG+ with light wear on the edges, some gloss loss over the years & a few light creases on the edges & a wear spot on the back upper left corner area.
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