Robert Lawrence Welch Jr. (August 31, 1945 – June 7, 2012) was an American musician who was a member of Fleetwood Mac from 1971 to 1974. He had a successful solo career in the late 1970s. His singles included "Hot Love, Cold World", "Ebony Eyes", "Precious Love", "Hypnotized", and his signature song, "Sentimental Lady". Welch was born in Los Angeles, California, into a show business family
Bob Welch is the fifth solo album from the ex-Fleetwood Mac guitarist of the same name. It was his first for RCA Records. The album has since been reissued on CD by BMG Japan (in 2001) and in 2012 by Wounded Bird Records. When asked in an interview to promote his Bob Welch Looks at Bop album, Welch was asked if there were any songs he disliked recording, and Welch described one from this album.
Bob Welch is the fifth solo album from the ex-Fleetwood Mac guitarist of the same name. When asked in an interview to promote his Bob Welch Looks at Bop album, Welch was asked if there were any songs he disliked recording Welch named one of this album.
BPM Profile Bob Welch. Album starts at 142BPM, ends at 120BPM (-22), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Bob Welch. Bob Welch Looks at Bop. 1999.
The singer, songwriter, and guitarist spent five years and five albums with Fleetwood Mac in the early 1970s and left just before the band became a superstar act. The 1991 Rhino compilation The Best of Bob Welch collects the highlights of his work from 1976 to 1991. The haunting Three Hearts album cut "The Ghost of Flight 401" is featured too. Four songs from the two 1976 albums recorded by Welch's ill-fated hard rock trio Paris are quite interesting, particularly the spacy, hard funk of "Big Towne, 2061" and the melodic crunch of "Heart of Stone. Another Fleetwood Mac re-recording, the smooth "Future Games," is enjoyable, and the James Dean-inspired rocker "Rebel Rouser" shows the artist is capable of adding a little sting to his craftsmanship.
Welch started his career with a show band, the Seven Souls, playing night clubs around the country.
The late Bob Welch's fifth solo album was recorded somewhat under duress. He admitted in a 1999 interview that he wouldn't have chosen the songs on the album that, ultimately, appeared on them but did so to appease his new label. For an album that began under such circumstances, it's surprisingly good. The Wounded Bird label has released the album on CD in a very good sounding reissue. Bob Welch's self-titled album is just outstanding from start to finish! Glad this one was re-released! What fantastic performances all around and excellent production!
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