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Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of a new 2CD anthologycelebrating the British rock band Widowmaker. Formed in 1975 by former Mott the Hoople andSpooky Tooth guitarist Luther Grosvenor, also known as Ariel Bender. The original line-upof the band featured vocalist Steve Ellis (ex-Love Affair & Ellis), guitarist HuwLloyd-Langton (ex-Hawkwind), Australian bassist Bob Daisley (ex- Chicken Shack) anddrummer Paul Nicholls who had previously been a member of Lindisfarne. A few months afterthey had begun rehearsing at Emerson, Lake & Palmer's Manticore Studios in London,Widowmaker signed to Don Arden's Jet Records label. Their self-titled debut album wasreleased in 1976 and featured guest musicians Bobby Tench and Zoot Money. After touringwith Nazareth, they joined Little Feat, The Sensational Alex Harvey Band and Streetwalkersas support to The Who on their "Who Put the Boot In' series of stadium shows in June1976. Following a US tour opening for the Electric Light Orchestra Steve Ellis left theband and was replaced by vocalist John Butler. This line-up recorded the final Widowmakeralbum Too late to Cry, released in 1977. Widowmaker disbanded soon after with Bob Daisleyjoining Rainbow (and subsequently Ozzy Osbourne's Blizzard of Oz and Gary Moore's band)and Huw Lloyd Langton eventually returning to Hawkwind. Running Free celebrates the musicof Widowmaker and features both of the band's studio albums in their entirety on CD forthe first time. The collection also includes the previously unreleased track 'Talk to Me,'recorded in January 1977. The anthology features an illustrated booklet that includes anew essay with exclusive interviews with Luther Grosvenor, Steve Ellis and Bob Daisley.
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Esoteric Recordings is proud to announce the release of a new two CD set anthologizingall the recordings made by the legendary Stray for Pye Records and its imprint DawnRecords between 1975 & 1976. Formed in 1966 by West London musicians Del Bromham(lead guitar, vocals), Steve Gadd (vocals), Gary Giles (bass) & Steve Crutchley(drums). Crutchley soon departed the band and was replaced by Ritchie Cole. By August 1968and whilst aged only 15 or 16 years old, Stray had begun to make a name for themselves onthe underground music scene in London, performing at legendary venues such as TheRoundhouse and Middle Earth. The band's hard-edged progressive rock earned a loyalfollowing, which resulted in the band signing to Transatlantic Records in January 1970. Over the next four years the band would record five remarkable albums and wouldtour with some legendary names in rock such as Black Sabbath, The Groundhogs, Status Quoand Ten Years After. One of the hardest working bands in Britain, Stray failed to make thecommercial impact they deserved, and so in 1975 they signed to the Pye Records label. During sessions for their first album for the label, "Stand Up and BeCounted," Steve Gadd departed the band. Second guitarist Pete Dyer joined Stray andDel Bromham, the band's main song writer, now handled lead vocal duties. Over the nexteighteen months Stray recorded two further excellent albums for Pye, "Houdini"and "Hearts of Fire," toured the USA and supported the likes of Kiss and Rush onBritish tours. Apathy from their record label and the emergence of punk led to Straydisbanding in 1977 but their influence would be felt by a new generation of musicians suchas Iron Maiden. Covering every track from the albums "Stand Up and Be Counted,""Houdini" and "Hearts of Fire," this set also includes single tracksand two studio out-takes. "Fire & Glass" includes an illustrated bookletwith a new essay by Malcolm Dome featuring an exclusive interview with Del Bromham.