Tony carey. Tony Carey 2019-11-28

Frederick, CO

Tony carey

Some bands are better on record and not that good live, and I think we were better live. He was 14 years older than me and we never had a problem. He was able to sign a second record deal with Geffen to record and release that material under the Planet P Project pseudonym. So Ritchie was really frustrated. When I got into the band Ronnie was like my uncle. So Ritchie was really frustrated.

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Tony Carey

Tony carey

Carey successfully auditioned as the keyboardist for 's band and played with the band for two years. He also met his current wife in Germany, and his producer for Some Tough City, Peter Pauke. The title track tells of a struggling existence in the barrio of East L. He is very difficult person or he was — I haven't seen him in 40 years. He was 14 years older than me and we never had a problem.

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TONY CAREY On His Time In RAINBOW

Tony carey

Believe me I'm the last person he would call. He was always positive, never gave me any trouble. He released his first album under the name Planet P Project in 1983, called originally titled Planet P. I was 23 and I felt 53, and I was just too worn out from the whole Los Angeles music business scene. .

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Tony carey

We could play song for 15 or 20 minutes. In studio — not so much. Believe me I'm the last person he would call. We had really good line-up. In studio — not so much. We did not get along.

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Frederick, CO

Tony carey

We had incredible energy and everyone wanted to blow the place down every night. However, after a 21-year hiatus, Carey resurrected the Planet P Project name for a trilogy of albums collectively called Go Out Dancing G. I loved him and I loved Wendy who was his manager and wife. We were never terrible and sometimes we were really good. Everything we played was improvisation and we never played anything twice ever. Everything we played was improvisation and we never played anything twice ever. You can read the rest of the interview with Carey at.

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Tony carey

We did not get along. The albums were 1931 2005 , Levittown 2008 , and Out In The Rain 2009. I left for a reason. He is a real musician, he is not just a showbiz guy. The people in the organization are ice-cold, and they have no compunction about rolling right over anybody that gets in their way. We also had a lot of problems with this big stupid electric rainbow — it made guitar and Hammond so much buzz, sometimes it was louder than the band and was really hard to fix.

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TONY CAREY On His Time In RAINBOW

Tony carey

We had incredible energy and everyone wanted to blow the place down every night. So how did the California-born musician end up in Frankfurt? The High Fidelity Report, Dec 1, 2013. He released his first solo album, In the Absence of the Cat, in 1982, on the indie label X-Records. You can read the rest of the interview with Carey at. The lyrics, and the crowd it attracts, the people in the group—none of that was any fun for me. He fired me twice and hired back three times and on forth time I just left 'cause it got too weird. He co-owned Hotline in Frankfurt, West Germany, with producer Peter Hauke, and he spent many hours over the next five years with his friend and Nigel Jopson, recording as he wanted, often working twenty-hour days.

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Frederick, CO

Tony carey

Pink World was originally a two-record set, released on bright-pink-colored vinyl. It was a long time ago. I left for a reason. It was a long time ago. But in a lot of metal bands—no, let me narrow that down—in Rainbow people tend to get hurt, either physically or emotionally.

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Tony carey

A can promise you he would never call me. We did not get along. And it was almost a generation gap between myself and the singer Ronnie James Dio. And all great musicians are crazy! As Carey points out, the song takes a more optimistic view than a lot of the songs on the record. He recorded all of his early albums at that studio.

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Tony Carey

Tony carey

And all great musicians are crazy! Carey does not physically appear in any of these videos. The title track was also released as a single. But in 1975, 1976 what we were doing live that was what the band was. I loved him and I loved Wendy who was his manager and wife. As Carey states, he suffered the consequences of excessive drug use during this period. As of June 2010, there had been no videos made for songs from the most recent albums.

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