Tilt is the second solo album by English drummer Cozy Powell, released in 1981. Tilt features musical assistance from Jeff Beck, Jack Bruce, Don Airey, Bernie Marsden and Gary Moore. Considered to be one of England's best drummers, Cozy Powell was almost legendary for a heavy-hitting style that could be made to work with many styles of music, He is best remembered for his work with Rainbow, Michael Schenker Group, Whitesnake and Black Sabbath as well as Emerson, Lake & Powell.
Two years ago, Nick Millevoi released Desertion, a record which found him diving into an old-school blues aesthetic, mutating it with his forward-thinking and experimental outlook. This quest for transforming standardised forms of blues, country and surf rock is now expanded, with Kevin Shea and Johnny Deblase joining Millevoi and forming the Desertion Trio. The band’s first record carries down the same path that Desertion explored, seeing the trio taking on jazz notions, desert rock passages, noise rock aggression and free-rock improv tactics. All these elements are passed through the band’s kaleidoscopic vision of rock music, presenting an extravagant result in their debut album, Midtown Tilt.
Absolutely stunning digitally remixed and remastered six CD box set featuring three complete live shows by this Classic Rock band, recorded live in Germany in 1976 during their first world tour. These Discs were Recorded at Shows in Koln, Dusseldorf, and Nuremberg. The band, at this stage, featured Ritchie Blackmore, Ronnie James Dio, Cozy Powel and Tony Carey. Although each of the three shows (from September 25, 27 and 28) have the same setlist, the performances are electrifying and fresh. Each of the shows are two CD sets that are packaged in gatefold miniature LP sleeves with similar colorful artwork. All three two disc sets are packaged in an attractive slipcase. Featuring 'Kill The King', 'Still I'm Sad', 'Catch The Rainbow' and more. 26 tracks total (two of the shows feature nine tracks, one show features eight).