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Didnt I Take You Higher - Stevie Wright - Hard Road (8-Track Cartridge, Album)


1974
Label: Albert Productions - 8X.APLP 005 • Format: 8-Track Cartridge Album, Stereo • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock
Didnt I Take You Higher - Stevie Wright - Hard Road (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

Cover sleeve opens to advertise earlier Stevie Wright albums. Catalogue on spine and back cover is and on the CD is Barcode and Other Identifiers4/5(1).

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 · Stevie Wright - Hard Road () + Bonus Live Track. (Australian - ). Stephen Carlton ‘ Stevie’ Wright is an Australian musician and songwriter who has been called Australia’s first international pop star. From he was the lead singer for the Sydney-based rock and roll band The Easybeats, widely regarded as the greatest.

 · Hard Road is the debut solo album from Australian singer Stevie Wright. The album's first single "Evie (Part 1)" was hugely successful and the title track was latter covered on Rod Stewart's album Smiler. The album itself reach #2 on the Australian albums charts in was the 16th highest selling album in Australia that year. 1. Hard Road.


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Comments on 'Didnt I Take You Higher - Stevie Wright - Hard Road (8-Track Cartridge, Album)' (2)

  1. Voodoot says:

    Listen to Hard Road by Stevie Wright on Apple Music. Stream songs including "Hard Road", "Life Gets Better" and more.

  2. Gulabar says:

    Consistent debut solo by Wright, produced by fellow Easybeats' Vanda & Young (who also contribute a few of the songs), fitting in with the hard rock sound from down under but showing some Stones and Steve Marriott influences (Small Faces and Humble Pie) influences, perhaps a bridge between those influences and Bon Scott-era AC/DC/5(30).

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