New England (Wishbone Ash album). New England is the seventh studio album by rock band Wishbone Ash. It was a success compared to the band's Locked In album, but still did not chart as high as most of their previous albums. It peaked at No. 22 in the UK Albums Chart. This album would mark the "Americanization" of Wishbone Ash, as the band would relocate from England to the Northeastern United States (New England) for tax purposes.
Wishbone Ash are a British rock band who achieved success in the early and mid-1970s. Their popular albums included Wishbone Ash (1970), Pilgrimage (1971), Argus (1972), Wishbone Four (1973), There's the Rub (1974), and New England (1976). Wishbone Ash are noted for their extensive use of harmony twin lead guitars, which had been attracting electric blues bands since Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page had played together in the Yardbirds in 1966.
Illuminations is the 17th studio album from rock band Wishbone Ash recorded during 1995. It features a brand new version of the band with founding member Andy Powell along with new members Tony Kishman, Roger Filgate and Mike Sturgis. It is the first Wishbone Ash studio album since Strange Affair five years earlier. To fund the album's production, founding member Andy Powell reached out to friends and family via the Internet.
Basement At Marts Place, Laureledge, New England. Criteria Studios, Miami, FL. Submit Corrections. Dramatic Rollicking Rousing Theatrical Trippy. Wishbone Ash. New England.
New England is the seventh studio album by rock band Wishbone Ash.
Wishbone Ash. Released October 1976. New England Tracklist. 1. Mother of Pearl Lyrics. 2. (In All of My Dreams) You Rescue Me Lyrics.
For their seventh studio album, Wishbone Ash travelled to Connecticut, USA (New England!) where all the basic tracks for the album were recorded. Once again, new producers were brought in, this time in the form of Ron and Howard Albert. The band put the "Locked in" album, with is lacklustre songs and misguided use of the talk box firmly behind them, and came up with a decent and sadly under appreciated offering. Too bad that they never played any concert in my country. And now why Wishbone Ash? It's simple. because I just replayed this "New England" album on my iPod while I did "Bike to Prog" this morning on my way to my office (it's a 22 KM journey). When I reached the office I just realized that I have never written anything about this album. So now I am writing my views about it.