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    Artist: Chevy
    Release: BBC In Concert 1982
    Genre: NWOBHM
    Country: UK
    Bitrate: 192kbps
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    CHEVY - BBC In Concert (1982) UK
    Recorded For BBC Radio 1's "In Concert" programme
    at the Paris Theatre, London, 1982

    192kbps

    http://img405.imageshack.us/img405/1462/chevybbcfrunt.jpg

    01. Heart Of Stone
    02. Run For Your Life
    03. Do What You Wanna Do
    04. Fast Car
    05. Chevy
    06. Wind Of Change

    http://img269.imageshack.us/img269/1884/chevybbcfront.jpg

    Martin Cure - Vocals (CUPID'S INSPIRATION, RED ON RED)
    Paul Shanahan - Guitar (CUPID'S INSPIRATION, RED ON RED)
    Barry Eardley - Guitar
    Bob Poole - Bass (CUPID'S INSPIRATION, RED ON RED, BILLY RANKIN BAND)
    Ted Duggan - Drums

    http://img266.imageshack.us/img266/2411/chevybbcback.jpg

    Leamington Spa's CHEVY were a five piece NWOBHM band best known for appearing on the "Metal For Muthas II", compilation album.
    Founded in 1979, this is not the same Chevy that released the obscure "Out On The Street", 7" single the same year, even though for many years some publications led everyone to believe it was.
    As they demonstrated on their lone album, 1980's "The Taker", Chevy were a little older, wiser and classier than many of the bands lumped in with the NWOBHM.
    More of a Hard Rock band with Metallic leanings, they proved to be a formidable live proposition, touring hard in 1980 and '81 with the likes of WILD HORSES and HAWKWIND.
    Their label, Avatar Records, released 3 Chevy singles during these years, and the band were also broadcast live on BBC Radio 1's "In Concert" programme twice.
    In September 1981 both Steve Walwyn and Andy Chaplin quit, to be replaced by guitarist Barry Eardley and drummer Ted Duggan.
    A projected second album was recorded, but the tapes were never finished and the band split.
    In 1987 Poole, Cure, Shanahan and Duggan re-emerged to form RED ON RED with ex-BADFINGER guitarist Bob Jackson and keyboard player Mark Stead.
    Whereas Walywn went on to become a member of perennial R&B rockers Dr. FEELGOOD.
    Later Bob Poole was a member of NAZARETH guitarist Billy Rankin's BILLY RANKIN BAND, before emigrating to Germany where he now performs a solo act.
    Chevy reformed in 2010 to play a one off charity show in Leamington Spa in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support.
    It was never intended to be any more than a one off event, and despite the overwhelmingly positive reception they received, they went their separate ways again after the gig.
    This show is NOT the commonly circulated 1st BBC concert that was broadcast as the second half of the programme where Chevy shared the 1981 bill with TYGERS OF PAN TANG.
    This is their recently unearthed 6 song 1982 show, their second and final appearance on the BBC's "In Concert" show.

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    Artist: Chevy
    Release: Live at Paris Theatre, London, 30/4-1983
    Genre: NWOBHM
    Country: UK
    Bitrate: 128kbps
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    CHEVY live at Paris Threatre, London, April 30, 1983 recorded for BBC.
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    1. Heart of Stone
    2. Run For Your Life
    3. Do What You Wanna Do
    4. Flash Car
    5. Chevy
    6. Wind of Change

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    This show was previously posted here as "BBC In Concert 1982".
    viewtopic.php?f=149&t=2254&p=83054&hilit=chevy#p83054
    Here's the artwork and some info for anyone who needs it:

    http://img405.imageshack.us/img405/1462/chevybbcfrunt.jpg

    http://img269.imageshack.us/img269/1884/chevybbcfront.jpg

    http://img266.imageshack.us/img266/2411/chevybbcback.jpg

    Martin Cure - Vocals (CUPID'S INSPIRATION, RED ON RED)
    Paul Shanahan - Guitar (CUPID'S INSPIRATION, RED ON RED)
    Barry Eardley - Guitar
    Bob Poole - Bass (CUPID'S INSPIRATION, RED ON RED, BILLY RANKIN BAND)
    Ted Duggan - Drums

    Leamington Spa's CHEVY were a five piece NWOBHM band best known for appearing on the "Metal For Muthas II", compilation album.
    Founded in 1979, this is not the same Chevy that released the obscure "Out On The Street", 7" single the same year, even though for many years some publications led everyone to believe it was.
    As they demonstrated on their lone album, 1980's "The Taker", Chevy were a little older, wiser and classier than many of the bands lumped in with the NWOBHM.
    More of a Hard Rock band with Metallic leanings, they proved to be a formidable live proposition, touring hard in 1980 and '81 with the likes of WILD HORSES and HAWKWIND.
    Their label, Avatar Records, released 3 Chevy singles during these years, and the band were also broadcast live on BBC Radio 1's "In Concert" programme twice.
    In September 1981 both Steve Walwyn and Andy Chaplin quit, to be replaced by guitarist Barry Eardley and drummer Ted Duggan.
    A projected second album was recorded, but the tapes were never finished and the band split.
    In 1987 Poole, Cure, Shanahan and Duggan re-emerged to form RED ON RED with ex-BADFINGER guitarist Bob Jackson and keyboard player Mark Stead.
    Whereas Walywn went on to become a member of perennial R&B rockers Dr. FEELGOOD.
    Later Bob Poole was a member of NAZARETH guitarist Billy Rankin's BILLY RANKIN BAND, before emigrating to Germany where he now performs a solo act.
    Chevy reformed in 2010 to play a one off charity show in Leamington Spa in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support.
    It was never intended to be any more than a one off event, and despite the overwhelmingly positive reception they received, they went their separate ways again after the gig.
    This show is NOT the commonly circulated 1st BBC concert that was broadcast as the second half of the programme where Chevy shared the 1981 bill with TYGERS OF PAN TANG.
    This is their recently unearthed 6 song 1982 show, their second and final appearance on the BBC's "In Concert" show.
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