Sharks

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Sharks - Jab It In Yore Eye Jab It In Yore Eye
Pop Used - LP ILPS 9271 Island
Beautiful 1973 UK Sun Ray Label Original, Custom Inner Sleeve. Post-Free Minor Supergroup, With Free's Andy Fraser Penning Four Songs On The Group's Debut, But Left Prior To The Release Of This, The Band's Sophomore Release. "It Would Be Hard To Say Sharks Was Imitating Bad Company, As Both Groups Emerged Pretty Much At The Same Time. But The Bluesy Core Of A Song Like "Baby Shine A Light," Penned By The New Bassist Busta Cherry, And Lengthy Essays Such As Vocalist Snips' "Sophistication" And "Revolution Of The Heart" Play Totally In Paul Rodgers' World. Imagine Mick Ralphs' "Ready For Love" As Performed By Bad Company Without Mott The Hoople's Power Riffs, And Expand That One Song Across Two Sides Of A Disc — That's Basically The Sound Of 'Jab It In Yore Eye'. It Appears The Group Free Didn't Disband, It Was Just Cloned. Chris Spedding Adds Some Intricate Rhythmic Guitar On The Mellow Affair, His Presence A Subtle Highlight. They've Abandoned The Hint Of Glam From The Previous Year's Debut And Replaced It With Low-Key Mellow Blues." - AMG... more details
 
Sharks - Jab It In Yore Eye Jab It In Yore Eye
Pop New - LP ILPS 9271 Island
Sealed 1974 Original. Post-Free Minor Supergroup, With Free's Andy Fraser Penning Four Songs On The Group's Debut, But Left Prior To The Release Of This, The Band's Sophomore Release. "It Would Be Hard To Say Sharks Was Imitating Bad Company, As Both Groups Emerged Pretty Much At The Same Time. But The Bluesy Core Of A Song Like "Baby Shine A Light," Penned By The New Bassist Busta Cherry, And Lengthy Essays Such As Vocalist Snips' "Sophistication" And "Revolution Of The Heart" Play Totally In Paul Rodgers' World. Imagine Mick Ralphs' "Ready For Love" As Performed By Bad Company Without Mott The Hoople's Power Riffs, And Expand That One Song Across Two Sides Of A Disc — That's Basically The Sound Of 'Jab It In Yore Eye'. It Appears The Group Free Didn't Disband, It Was Just Cloned. Chris Spedding Adds Some Intricate Rhythmic Guitar On The Mellow Affair, His Presence A Subtle Highlight. They've Abandoned The Hint Of Glam From The Previous Year's Debut And Replaced It With Low-Key Mellow Blues." - AMG... more details
 
Sharks - Jab It In Yore Eye Jab It In Yore Eye
Pop New - LP 415 MCA
Sealed 1974 Original, CC. Post-Free Minor Supergroup, With Free's Andy Fraser Penning Four Songs On The Group's Debut, But Left Prior To The Release Of This, The Band's Sophomore Release. "It Would Be Hard To Say Sharks Was Imitating Bad Company, As Both Groups Emerged Pretty Much At The Same Time. But The Bluesy Core Of A Song Like "Baby Shine A Light," Penned By The New Bassist Busta Cherry, And Lengthy Essays Such As Vocalist Snips' "Sophistication" And "Revolution Of The Heart" Play Totally In Paul Rodgers' World. Imagine Mick Ralphs' "Ready For Love" As Performed By Bad Company Without Mott The Hoople's Power Riffs, And Expand That One Song Across Two Sides Of A Disc — That's Basically The Sound Of 'Jab It In Yore Eye'. It Appears The Group Free Didn't Disband, It Was Just Cloned. Chris Spedding Adds Some Intricate Rhythmic Guitar On The Mellow Affair, His Presence A Subtle Highlight. They've Abandoned The Hint Of Glam From The Previous Year's Debut And Replaced It With Low-Key Mellow Blues." - AMG... more details
 

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