Ursa Major is the fourth studio album by American rock band Third Eye Blind. Released on August 18, 2009 on the group's own Mega Collider label, Ursa Major was the group's first studio album in over six years. The first single from the album was "Don't Believe a Word", which debuted on the radio June 5, 2009. Work on Ursa Major began shortly after the release of Out of the Vein in 2003
Hard Rock 1972 USA Tracklist: 1. ursa major - sinner ( 6:48 ) 2. ursa major - in my darkest hour ( 5:28 ) 3. ursa major - silver spoon ( 6:14 ) 4. ursa major - stage door queen ( 5:28 ) 5. ursa major - back to the land ( 6:49 ) 6. ursa major - lay me down ( 4:34 ) 7. ursa major - liberty and justice ( 5:50 . Paradise Lost-2015-Maximun Plague (Full Album) SCORPION CHILD - Reaper's Danse (OFFICIAL VIDEO). SCORPION CHILD - Acid Roulette (OFFICIAL TRACK). Rise to Fall - Defying the Gods 2012 (FULL album). Beyond The Black - Lost In Forever (Full Album). End of the Dream - All I Am 2015 ( full album ).
1) Ursa Major was a hard-rocking band that released one collectible album and may have been as well-known for its players as the music they made. The group’s one and only album "Ursa Major" was issued in 1972. Two singles were pulled from the release: "Liberty and Justice" and "Let The Music Play", both in 1972.
I bought the album new in 1971 after seeing the group perform at the Hampton Coliseum opening for Alice Cooper. Dick Wagner is one of the foremost rock guitar players and song writers for his era. He penned "Only Women Bleed" for Alice Cooper, and has had a long standing career as both a studio and stage musician with is friend Steve Hunter for Lou Reed and countless others.
Album Name Ursa Major. Data de aparición 1972. Labels RCA. Estilo MusicalHard Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum1. 2. In My Darkest Hour. 7. Liberty and Justice.
|2||In My Darkest Hour||5:26|
|4||Stage Door Queen||5:26|
|5||Back To The Land||6:47|
|6||Lay Me Down||4:35|
|7||Liberty And Justice||5:51|
- Bass, Vocals – Greg Arama
- Guitar, Lead Vocals – Dick Wagner
- Percussion, Vocals – Ricky Mangone
- Producer [For Nimbus 9 Productions] – Boogaloo-Bob Ezrin*
- Written-By – Dick Wagner
NotesSpecial thanks to Muruga & his Squeeze Drum, Al Kooper, Toni Marcus and Paul Prestopino.
Recorded at the Record Plant (East).
Originally released in 1972 as RCA-LSP-4777.
|LSP-4777||Ursa Major||Ursa Major (LP)||RCA||LSP-4777||US||1972|
|LSP-4777||Ursa Major||Ursa Major (LP)||RCA||LSP-4777||Germany||1972|
|MLSP-4777||Ursa Major||Ursa Major (LP, Album)||RCA||MLSP-4777||Australia||1972|
|HIFLY8014||Ursa Major||Ursa Major (LP, Album, RE)||Hifly Sound Anstalt||HIFLY8014||Liechtenstein||2015|
|LSP-4777, LSP 4777||Ursa Major||Ursa Major (LP, Album)||RCA, RCA||LSP-4777, LSP 4777||New Zealand||1972|