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Kenny Wayne & The Kamotions - In Motion FLAC album

Performer: Kenny Wayne & The Kamotions
Genre: Rock / Soul and Funk / Blues
Title: In Motion
Country: Italy
Released: 1992
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Garage Rock, Rhythm & Blues, Acid Rock
Label: Acid Sounds
Catalog Number: AS 001
FLAC version ZIP size: 1106 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2378 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2877 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 280


1Time Seems To Fly2:19
3Child Bride3:14
4Green Eyed Lady4:20
5Stormy Monday Blues4:30
6A Better Days A Comin'2:08
7Are You Ready2:50
8All Right Now4:06
9The Day When The Sun Goes Down2:44
11How Should I Feel2:58
12I Got You/Out Of Sight2:44


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LPS-1023Kenny Wayne And The Kamotions In Motion ‎(LP, Album)Candy Records LPS-1023US1970
AS 001Kenny Wayne & The Kamotions In Motion ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)Acid SoundsAS 001ItalyUnknown


Hawk Flying
Not to be confused with Dallas' Kenny Wayne; Shreveport, Louisina's Kenny Wayne "Shepherd" or indeed Wayne Lacadisi, Kenny Wayne had earlier recorded with The Starchiefs and The Grapes Of Wrath.

A crossover between late sixties punk and early seventies rock, the Kamotions second 45, A Better Day's A Comin', was a rough and wild protest number - the 'A' side can also be found on Highs In The Mid Sixties, Vol. 23 (LP).

Child Bride their next 45 featured Chuck Roscoe, who is now a producer with Jennifer Warren (Germany's top female songstress) to his credit, as well as bass player with Eric Johnson and Robbin Ford. Fender recently designed and named a six-sting bass "The Roscoe Beck Signature Model" in his name!

It Took 27 Years came out in the Summer of '74, and although uncredited was co-produced and co-written by Buddy Holly's manager/producr Norman Petty, with Wayne on piano and string machine.

Stay Away From Me Girl, The Kamotions final 45 wasn't released until 1977, but it was recorded in Shreveport, Lousiana on News year day 1972.

Their album, In Motion is a passable effort overall, including covers of Free's All Right Now, T. Bone Walker's Stormy Monday Blues, a soul medley of Joe Brown's I Got You and Ted Wright's Out Of Sight, C. Allen and J. Hill's Are You Ready and Jim Peterik's (of Ides Of March) Vehicle. Interspersed among these are a number of originals, a mixture of uptempo rock (How Should I Feel, Child Bride and They) and pop ballads (The Day When The Sun Goes Down and Time Seems To Fly, of which the former is by far the best) penned by Kenneth W. Hagler (aka Kenny Wayne), who also designed the cover and managed a local booking agency in Texarkana, Texas.

Subsequently, Wayne has released an album as Kenny Wayne & His Very Special Guests Born With The Blues And Raised On Rock 'N' Roll; and has recently recorded a new eighteen track album Rockin' Little Redwater, Texas Boy which he describes as "The best damn record that I've ever made!!"

It should be noted that the two hard rock albuns, released as by Kenny Wayne are in fact the work of the other Kenny Wayne from Dallas.

For more information check Kenny Wayne's website: http://members.aol.com/KWAYNE01/index.html