Big Street – Big Street [1983]

Country USA

Style Hard Rock

Rating 83/100

Band Members Danny Weston – Bass,backing vocals, Monk Manley – Drums, Fred Zarra – Keyboards,backing vocals, Peter Keltz – Guitars,backing vocals, Rick Hamilton – Vocals

Additional Musicians Reggie Sutton – Saxophone, The Nads – Backing vocals

Tracks 01. Camouflage, 02. You’re Just Too White For Me, 03. Shakin Johnny Down, 04. No Turnin Back, 05. When You Were Mine

Profile Big Street were a short lived band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  released their one and only work back in 1983 via Montage Records. The vocals are superb, Keltz’s guitar playing is out of this world and the band are so tight. The songs are punchy hard rock with the occassional New Wave hits and a charismatic vocalist that in parts sounds a little bit like Greg Leskiw of band Kilowatt. A band that worth your attention and it’s a shame they never make a follow up.

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