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We Do Have Plans... - Carmine Appice Of DNA (22) - The Carmine Appice Interview (Vinyl, LP)


1984
Label: Polydor - CARD 1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Promo, Single Sided • Country: UK • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Interview
We Do Have Plans... - Carmine Appice Of DNA (22) - The Carmine Appice Interview (Vinyl, LP)

Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Party Tested - Carmine Appice, Rick Derringer, DNA on AllMusic - /

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Carmine Appice Discusses Dio and Monsters & Heroes. Watch Never-Before-Seen Video of Lou Reed Jamming With John Mellencamp in They did a surprise set at Bloomington, Indiana’s Bluebird days before Farm Aid, featuring “Walk on the Wild Side” and “Sweet Jane”.

As a contributor to Zappacast (the official Frank Zappa podcast), a performer in The Rod Stewart Experience with the legendary Carmine Appice and now on his seventh album, it's no wonder this latest release is titled “Open 28 Hours”: Whatever you're expecting from Fischer's Flicker, you're going to .

 · The band has had a long and turbulent history. Formed in from the ashes of The Vanilla Fudge by Carmine Appice and Tim Bogert. the initial line up also featured McCarty and vocalist Rusty Day. (Appice and Bogert had originally planned a new band with Jeff Beck which was put off until because of Beck’s near fatal car crash in ).


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  3. As drummer for Vanilla Fudge, Carmine Appice set the grooves for the groundbreaking band‘s psychedelic debut, inadvertently inventing Stoner Rock in the process. The Fudge had no precedent. The band was totally unique. No rock group, up until that point, had ever so lugubriously s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-d out well-known pop tunes like the Beatles.

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