Moxy - Moxy mp3 flacPerformer: Moxy
Style: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Size MP3 version: 1947 mb
Size FLAC version: 1485 mb
Size WMA version: 1796 mb
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Moxy - Moxy mp3 flac
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Moxy, also informally known as The Black Album or Moxy I, is the self-titled debut album by the Canadian hard rock and heavy metal band Moxy. Their independently produced album was released in 1975 by Polydor Records in Canada, then under Mercury Records label was reissued in 1976 for worldwide distribution, both labels were owned by PolyGram at the time (they are now owned by Universal Music Group).
Raw is a live album by the Canadian hard rock band Moxy, in its third incarnation with singer Brian Maxim. Brian had sung back-ups for Douglas "Buzz" Shearman (Original singer who had on/off again vocal cord problems) on tour back in 1977, worked with Buddy Caine and Terry Juric in the band Voodoo, and worked with "Buzz" in a building materials store in the early 1980s. Their independently produced album was released in 1975 by Polydor Records in Canada, then under Mercury Records label was reissued in 1976 for worldwide.
Label: Mercury – SRM-1-1087. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Terre Haute pressing. Columbia, Terre Haute pressing with label variations from Moxy (2) - Moxy. Recorded and mixed at Sound City, Van Nuys, California.
Moxy then toured the United States on the strength of their radio airplay. Markets in which the band was very popular included Ontario, Chicago, St. Louis, Detroit and San Antonio. Self-titled debut The independently produced self-titled album, MOXY, also known as the Black Album, was recorded over two weeks in early 1975. Mark Smith of Bachman–Turner Overdrive fame acted as co-producer for the album.
Late 2001 saw Moxy move to a new label Bullseye Records of Canada and release the greatest hits live album Raw, which was recorded in Pickering, Ontario at a secret warehouse performance to an invitation-only audience. Brian Maxim left the band in 2003 and his replacement was Alex Machin who fronted A Foot in Coldwater, a successful 1970s band from the Toronto area
|Sail On Sail Away||4:52|
|Can't You See I'm A Star||3:20|
|Time To Move On||4:09|
|Still I Wonder||4:18|
|Out Of The Darkness||4:57|
|2490 132, 2490-132||Moxy||Moxy (LP, Album)||Polydor, Polydor||2490 132, 2490-132||Canada||1975|
|3176 112||Moxy||Moxy (Cass, Album)||Polydor||3176 112||Canada||1975|
|AS-8230||Moxy||Moxy (LP, Album)||AHED||AS-8230||Canada||1975|
|MPF 1074||Moxy||Moxy (LP, Album)||Polydor||MPF 1074||Japan||1975|
|MC8-1-1087||Moxy||Moxy (8-Trk, Album)||Mercury||MC8-1-1087||US||1976|
|SRM-1-1087||Moxy||Moxy (LP, Album)||Mercury||SRM-1-1087||US||1976|
|SRM-1-1087||Moxy||Moxy (LP, Album, Ter)||Mercury||SRM-1-1087||US||1976|
|SRM-1-1087||Moxy||Moxy (LP, Promo)||Mercury||SRM-1-1087||US||1976|
|PACE016||Moxy||Moxy (CD, Album, RE)||Pacemaker Entertainment Limited||PACE016||Canada||1995|
|AGEK-2241||Moxy||Moxy (CD, Album)||Unidisc||AGEK-2241||Canada||2003|
|AGEK-2241||Moxy||Moxy (CD, Album, RE, Dig)||Unidisc||AGEK-2241||Canada||2003|