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Tag Archives: U.F.O.
November 12, 2022
Some may argue but most of aficionados would agree: 1976’s “No Heavy Petting” is UFO‘s finest hour in creative terms. With and Pete Way applying pressure to the tunes that followed in the wake of “Force It” in the previous … Continue reading
May 3, 2018
An unsung hero of British rock, Paul Raymond may be most renowned for his long-term stint with U.F.O. yet the veteran’s guitar is also prominent on classic records by CHICKEN SHACK and SAVOY BROWN to name but a few ensembles … Continue reading
July 29, 2017
UFO have never been strangers to an occasional cover of a memorable tune, be it Frankie Miller’s “A Fool In Love” or a “Mystery Train” blues, but on September 29th the British band go for the entire experience of delivering … Continue reading
March 4, 2016
Cleopatra 2016 Taking a shine out in the early ’80s, down-to-earth spacemen descend on American Midwest to let their rocks off. In public perception, past the ’70s, the halcyon days of UFO had been over; in reality, in the next … Continue reading
January 13, 2016
Unlikely heroes of British rock, UFO were rather unique in their transition from psych/space idiom to heavy tropes in the ’70s. But while the next decade, though, might have seemed inauspicious for the band, they regrouped and soldiered on delivering the … Continue reading