A great solo release by the late guitar conquistador Tommy Bolin, entitled Teaser, is in a knock out deluxe edition, available in MP3 format for only $5.00 right now on Amazon! Grab it before the end of the day to get it at the discounted price.
Bolin, who in his short life was a trailblazer and a pioneer of the instrument, even if he’s fallen so far off the radar in today’s musical eye, cuts, burns, and tears up the fretboard on Teaser. Originally released in 1975, a year before Bolin tragically died of the oft-tragic rock and death by way of heroin overdose, Teaser runs down the musical gamut like a cheetah in a labyrinth. Employing people like Phil Collins (on percussion), Jeff Porcaro (on drums), David Sanborn (on saxophone), Jan Hammer (on synthesizer), and Narada Michael Walden (also on drums) among plenty of others, Teaser is a welcome addition to any hard rock library. Songs like the hyper instrumental “Homeward Strut,” “Dreamer,” “Marching Powder,” and the title track showcase the blazing fury of this musical master. Fans of guitar virtuosos like Eddie Van Halen, Randy Rhoads, and others of that ilk, will not be disappointed.
Check out the main sale page to view the other 99 albums in this $5 sale, which will end at the end of the day today.
Note – when you purchase MP3s through Amazon, it stores your purchases to Amazon’s Cloud Drive; from there you can stream the music right from their online player. Also, if you have a Kindle Fire, your MP3 purchases will automatically be available for you to stream on your device. All your purchases are backed up and available for you to download at any time. You can download the files to your computer to load to an MP3 device and to your iTunes account if you have one. If you’d like to gift these MP3 purchases, you can – just click the “Give album or song as gift” button on the right on the product page. From there you enter the recipient’s email address and then select either specific songs to gift or the entire album.
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