John Lyle And The Lonesome Ornery Polecats, Jon Lyle. Marketplace 175 For Sale. Bootleg Powerhead (LP, Album).
John Lyle and the Lonesome Ornery Polecats: Bootleg Powerhead (no label, 1971) LP. Next up is a 1971 LP by Vancouver, . based singer-songwriter John Lyle. Bootleg Powerhead's dreamy, mysterious music and poetic lyrics, along with Lyle's striking vocals, really make it something special, and it's a shame it went almost completely unnoticed at the time - though such neglect was perhaps inevitable given the record's plain white jacket (what you see above is the cover of the album's 16-page booklet). We turn now to an as-yet-unreleased album from J. D. King and the Coachmen, the modern incarnation of the late-'70s garage/art punk NYC band the Coachmen, which included a young Thurston Moore among its members. That version of the band can be heard on the posthumous release Failure to Thrive.
Label: Not On Label – none Type: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Canada Date of released: 1971 Category: Folk, World, & Country Style: Folk. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Musician: John Lyle And The Lonesome Ornery Polecats. Album's name: Bootleg Powerhead. John Lyle And The Lonesome Ornery Polecats - Bootleg Powerhead. John Lyle And The Lonesome Ornery Polecats - Bootleg Powerhead MP3 album ZIP archive. 11256 downloads at 25 mb/s.
John Lyle on Myspace John Murray on Myspace. Lyle then recruited Murray to help him record the album Bootleg Powerhead. They gigged together for a short while with Murray and bassist Derek Stephenson accompanying Lyle as Lost John Lyle and The Lonesome Ornery Polecats. This group disbanded as bands do. Murray went on the road with a group called Weather while Lyle and Stephenson carried on in Vancouver until Stephenson was offered a better paying job with Paul Hann in Toronto. Lyle to this day has abandonment issues. Lyle went to Toronto, formed a duo with Stephenson and then reconnected with Murray who was there with Weather.
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The Polecats are a rockabilly band formed at the end of the 1970s. The band formed in 1977 in north London. The original line-up was Tim Worman (. Tim Polecat, vocalist), Martin "Boz" Boorer, (guitarist and vocalist), Phil Bloomberg, (bassist), and Chris Hawkes (drummer), who originally played under the name "Cult Heroes.