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VA – ARMADA SESSIONS AUGUST 2010 (2010) Download full album Click link to get full album Artist: VA Album: Armada Sessions August 2010 Year: 2010 Label: Armada Music Genre: Trance Codec: MP3 Playtime: 2:24:10 Tracklist 01. Chris Reece & Nadia Ali – The Notice (StoneBridge Summer Float) 02. Blake Jarrell – Maresias (Wahi Remix) 03. Beat Service ft Emma Lock – Cut & Run (Ralphie B’s Cutting 04. Grube & Hovsepian – Conviction (Skytech Stadium Mix) 05. Lang & Yep – Perfect Moments (Radio Edit) (Official Airport Jam 2010 Anthem) 06. Orjan Nilsen – Lovers Lane (Tenishia Remix) 07. Roger Shah & Tenisha ft Lorilee – Catch A Cloud (Roger Shah Mix Edit) 08. Susana & Mike Shiver – Give Me Faith (Matias Lehtola Remix) 09. DNS Project ft Johanna – Timestep (Andy Blueman Remix) 10. Aly & Fila vs Bjorn Akesson – Perfect Red (Extended Mix)

Houston’s Big Sweet featured Scotty Thompson on lead guitar, Tommy George on rhythm guitar, Dickie Malone on bass, Mike White on vocals and Orville Strickland on drums. We played during the late ’60s and early ’70s. Our best gigs were at Love Street Light Circus, Of Our Own, The Catacombs, and at The Theatre In The Round. We recorded at International Artists, along with The 13th Floor Elevators, Bubble Puppy, and more. We spent long hours with a producer named Fred Carrol. He worked our group to the bone. I hope to find the Big Sweet orginals created for our International Artists album. Our album was due out right when International Artist went bankrupt. ‘Brown Sugar,’ ‘The Letter,’ ‘Big Sweet Blues,’ and ‘The Weight’ were created in 1970 by International Artists for demo purposes only, and intended only as a means for auditions. – Tommy George
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2 Responses to VA – ARMADA SESSIONS AUGUST 2010 (2010) Download full album

  • ShockDoc says:

    i remember Big Sweet at Love Street. My fave was a song called GONOMO (sp?) Can you post that one?

  • rhythmstar says:

    This reminds me of seeing Spatz in Angleton. We actually opened for Spatz once… Curtis Starns, Chris Lesikar, Rick Helderman and myself… I can’t remember what we called ourselves. Spatz was great as was Big Sweet… one of my favorites!