Remastered reissue of 1975 album 'Time For Another' & 1977 followup 'No Strings' + a bonus CD of BBC sessions from the same time! Features Paul Carrack on lead vocals.
Five-A-Side, Ace's debut album, is notable for introducing the world to the soulful singing talent of Paul Carrack, especially on the hit "How Long," which went to number one on some charts in 1975.
A collection of tracks from various recording sessions were available, and it was time for another LP.
“Time For Bedlam” is an up-tempo classic Deep Purple song and the first glimpse of the upcoming album “inFinite” that follows the successful „NOW What?!“. The limited edition EP that features non-album songs and unreleased recordings will hit the shops on February 3rd. The B-side “Paradise Bar” is a brand new recording that resulted from the album rehearsals and recordings.“Hip Boots's” final version will be found on the upcoming album, the EP includes a special instrumental rehearsal version that was recorded by no other than Ian Paice himself. To round off the 4-track single, “NOW What?!'s” “Uncommon Man” can be found as instrumental version, highlighting the beautiful melody and intricate arrangements. “Time For Bedlam”, as well as the album, has once again been produced by Bob Ezrin who has formed with the five members of Deep Purple an explosive songwriting team.
Maryland-born saxophonist Kim Waters is a gifted performer known for his romantic, cross-over jazz style. Influenced by both bluesy jazz and soulful R&B, Waters debuted in 1989 with Sweet and Saxy. His next several albums, 1991's Sax Appeal, 1993's Peaceful Journey, and 1994's It's Time for Love, found him moving in a more smooth jazz direction. It was a creative transformation that culminated in 1998's Love's Melody and 1999's One Special Moment. In 2001, Waters delivered From the Heart, his first of several albums on Shanachie Records that included 2002's Someone to Love You, 2004's In the Name of Love, 2007's You Are My Lady…