Way-kool 4th studio disc by this bad-ass, killer blues/rock axeripper from NYC featuring 9 tracks - 56 mins. of mega-awesome, powerful, over the top, southern-fried blues-based, retro-70s, heavy guitar jammin' power trio riffage that will rock your world. Guitar Pete Brasino is a supreme six string Riff-master who goes for the throat with his axe and takes no prisoners with his tough, brutal, mind-blowing heavy guitar assault. Lock up your daughters, because Guitar Pete is in town and there is a serious "Raw Deal" goin' down. An incredible heavy guitar riff:monster that is Highly recommended to fans of Leslie West / Mountain, Hendrix, Trower, SRV, ZZ Top, Blackfoot, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bonamassa & Zakk Wylde.
Olivia Ong is a Singaporean singer who found success in Japan with English-language renditions of bossa nova classics.
Although the cover art might suggest that this compiles, features, or in some way includes material from Michael Nesmith's four-year (1966-1970) tenure as a Monkee, this isn't the case at all. Additionally confusing matters is that the same 25 tracks on this collection are replicated – right down to the exact running order – on the unimaginatively titled Best Of: Original Hits. Regardless, the contents of both have been culled from Nesmith's first half-dozen post-Monkees long-players. The tune stack is well represented by the First National Band LPs Magnetic South (1970), Loose Salute (1970), and Nevada Fighter (1971) – plus, to a much lesser extent, Tantamount to Treason (1972), And the Hits Just Keep on Comin' (1972), as well as Pretty Much Your Standard Ranch Stash (1973). Nesmith's penchant for penning quirky country & western-flavored pop songs can be directly traced back to his Monkees material, such as "St. Matthew," "Good Clean Fun," and "Magnolia Simms." During this period he was also woodshedding material for future endeavors.