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Steve Wright - Hard Road album download
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Steve Wright - Hard Road album download

Performer:
Steve Wright
Album:
Hard Road
Style:
Comedy,Novelty
Genre:
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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 later covered on Rod Stewart's 1974 album Smiler. The album itself reach on the Australian albums charts in 1974 was the 16th highest selling album in Australia that year. The compact disc is currently out-of-print and has become quite rare.

Hard Road ‎(LP, Album). EMI, Albert Productions. 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.

Stevie Wright - Hard Road 3:05. Stevie Wright - Life Gets Better 3:13. Steve Wright - didnt i take you higher 6:16. Stevie Wright - Evie - Hard Road - 1974. Stevie Wright - Commando Line 4:03. Stevie Wright Hard Road Full Album 37:00. Stevie Wright - Evie 3:59.

The album Hard Road would peak at number five nationally and number one in Melbourne. Everyone at Alberts had hoped for a successful release, but no one predicted such a huge result. Sales were pushed along by an unrelenting touring schedule, much to the direction of Stevie's manager at the time Michael Chugg. George Young’s brothers Angus Young and Malcolm Young went on to form AC/DC, for whom a couple of Steve Wright Band drummers also played.

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Hard Road is the debut solo album from Australian singer Stevie Wright.

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  • Saw him live in Sydney in 1994. Great live showman even without the 'Easybeats' though Vanda and Young were in the background. If you watch the Black eyed bruiser video you can see the uncanny style similarities between him and Bon Scott. RIP Stevie.

  • I use to own Hard Road on vinyl and recently purchased a downloaded copy of the album. Listening to again I can understand why I loved it when it was released back in 1974 when i was twenty. Recorded at Albert Studios it has that raw edge of Australian blues rock and pub rock. And Stevie Wright was a consummate front man and singer. Evie Parts 1, 2 and 3 remain one of the classic of Australian rock and deserves more respect. The rest of the album has not aged as well. Hard Road is a strong track but with all the energy that Stevie Wright brings to his performance it does not lift most of the material above the background noise of Australian Rock from the same era.