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- Released: April 1, 1993
- Originally Released: 2002
- Label: Bgo - Beat Goes On
- 2.Cruisin' and Boozin'
- 3.Free Money
- 4.Rock 'N Roll Weekend
- 5.Fillmore Shuffle
- 7.The Pits
- 8.Love Has Found Me
- 9.Little Star / Eclipse
Personnel: Sammy Hagar (vocals, guitar); David Lewark (guitar); Alan Fitzgerald (keyboards); Bill Church (bass); Scott Mathews
Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London, England in 1977.
Personnel: Sammy Hagar (vocals, guitar); David Lewark (guitar); Neil Brody, Jimmy Robinson , John Leckie (recorder); Alan Fitzgerald (keyboards); Scott Mathews (drums).
Recording information: EMI Abbey Road Studios, London, England.
One of Sammy Hagar's better early-career outings, this eponymous effort is most commonly referred to as The Red Album. Starting off with one of the most affective rock anthems that Hagar would write during his solo career, "Red," the rest of the disc maintains its generally energetic pace and relatively high quality. Joining guitarist/vocalist Hagar on the 1977 release are longtime collaborators Bill Church on bass and Alan Fitzgerald on keyboards. The rest of the lineup is filled out by drummer Scott Mathews and David Lewark, who helps the red rocker out on guitar. Besides the title track, other fan favorites like "Rock 'n' Roll Weekend" and "Cruisin' and Boozin'" help fill out a track listing that is the strongest released by Hagar during the decade between his Montrose debut and the wildly successful breakthrough solo disc Standing Hampton. Clearly, this is the musician's finest '70s effort for Capitol Records. ~ Vincent Jeffries
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