20 Good Summers Buckets Rebel Heart
- 1Animal Beat04:24
- 220 Good Summers04:14
- 3Rebel Heart05:21
- 4The Bridge04:34
- 6Mexican Sun / El Diablo04:17
- 7Radio State of Mind03:44
- 8When Angels Fall03:11
- 10Customised Car03:49
- 11Faraway Blues03:06
- 12If You Need Me02:51
Info for 20 Good Summers
Buckets Rebel Heart is the new band formed by ex Bad Company and Humble Pie guitarist Dave “Bucket” Colwell, along with former 720 & New Torpedoes drummer, Paul “Taff” Edwards. The line-up is completed by lead vocalist Jim Stapley and bass player Dave “Boycie” Boyce, previously of The Quireboys.
“Springsteen, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Georgia Satellites, Bad Co, Humble Pie?...if you like any of these bands, there is no reason why you will not like 20 Good Summers…12 cracking songs!” (Mark Taylor, Record Collector)
"Producers Colwell and Edwards have done a fine job delivering a nice clean and powerful sound. The songs are generally strong with more than a few standouts — as good as anything I’ve heard recently in the genre — on what has obviously been a labour of love. The band recently performed at Sweden Rock and hopefully will be playing more dates soon. In the meantime fans of Colwell’s work in Bad Company and melodic/classic rock generally will find much to enjoy on ’20 Good Summers’." (redguitarmusic.com)
“20 Good Summers” is a brilliant record. Partly it recalls their past, but I’d argue though, that it does more than that. It proves beyond any doubt, actually, that rock n roll is going nowhere even in this modern age, as long as there are people like Buckets Rebel Heart, with the talent to write songs as good, thought provoking and downright fun as these." (maximumvolumemusic.com)
Jim Stapley, vocals
Dave Colwell, guitar
Dave Boyce, bass
Paul Edwards, drums
Buckets Rebel Heart
is the new band formed by ex Bad Company and Humble Pie guitarist Dave "Bucket" Colwell, along with former 720 & New Torpedoes drummer, Paul "Taff" Edwards. The line-up is completed by lead vocalist Jim Stapley and bass player Dave "Boycie" Boyce, previously of The Quireboys.
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