Complete your The Dregs collection. The Dregs – Unsung Heroes. Style: Fusion, Prog Rock. Unsung Heroes (LP, Album).
Unsung Heroes is the sixth Dixie Dregs album, published in 1981. It received a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Instrumental Performance. All tracks are written by Steve Morse. Steve Morse – acoustic and electric guitars. Andy West – fretted and fretless bass. Allen Sloan – electric and acoustic 5 string violin. Rod Morgenstein – drums and percussion.
Unsung Heroes (LP, Album, San). Dixie Dregs - Divide We Stand 4:58. Dixie Dregs - Go for Baroque 3:56. Japanese Mini LPs by Internaut.
As its title and cover implies, Unsung Heroes is an entirely instrumental LP, full of the jazz-rock fusion that the Dixie Dregs have made famous. Steve Morse is, not surprisingly, the key player - he wrote and produced the entire album - but keyboardist T. Lavitz and violinist Allen Sloan also shine. I'll Just Pick," a rollicking country tune, contains some impressive fiddle and piano lines, while the galloping "Cruise Control" is the album's key ensemble piece, where every player gets a chance to shine.
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Unsung Heroes is a typical Dixie Dregs album in which features their wide range of influences in each seperate song and as a result making it sound like a mix of chocolate, pasta, hamburgers, and what-not; all tastey foods, but none have anything in common with each other. From the semi-hard rock, speed-up Cruise Control to the gentle acoustic, Baroque inspired, Go for Baroque. As many Jazz Fusion albums, you got the funk presence like in Kat Food. Then you also have the semi-bluesy Rock & Roll Park with some great saxophone work. The album also contains a odd number, a fast acoustic tune.
Album · 1980 · 8 Songs. See All. Industry Standard. Dregs of the Earth. Unsung Heroes, also known as Unknown Heroes or more literally as Nameless Heroes, is a North Korean film series about a spy in Seoul during the Korean War. Over twenty hours long, it was filmed and released in multiple parts between 1978 and 1981. It was the recipient of the Kim Il-sung Medal. Production and reaction. Unsung Heroes received a widespread favourable reception in the domestic market, according to North Korean public media.
|A2||Divided We Stand||5:00|
|A3||I'll Just Pick||3:27|
|B1||Rock & Roll Park||4:35|
|B2||Attila The Hun||4:01|
|B4||Go For Baroque||3:56|
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