In 1973, he released Spirit of the Times and toured with Blood, Sweat and Tears. Hotmosphere was released in 1976. Owner of Black Beans studios in New Jersey, he moved to Switzerland in the early '80s. His Dom Um Romão Quintet performed abroad and backed many important artists like Blood, Sweat and Tears and Tony Bennett. Saudades was released in 1993, and in 1998, he recorded the CD Rhythm Traveller in Brazil. AMG.listen here or here
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In terms of musical styles, ''rural rock'' probably covers just about everything, from rock'n'roll to the blues and plain ol' country
rock in the style of The Outlaws or Pure Prairie League, of course, there are some psychedelic touches, think a cross line between Jefferson Airplane and Byrds with drops of Santana.
Today’s “Sugarbear” consists of Ivan Bailey on bass, John McLaughlin on lead guitar, and Eric Chick on drums. Ivan and John have been together for about 44 years. Started out in Miami as “The Goldtones”, later changed to “The Roustabouts”. Moved to the Ocala area and became “The Merger” and in 1972 changed the name to “Sugarbear”. listen here or here
Richard "Richie" Supa (born Richard Goodman) is an American songwriter and guitarist best known for his work with Aerosmith, The Rascals, and Richie Sambora.
Supa released several albums under his own name, including Supa's Jamboree (1971, Paramount 6009), Homespun (1972, Paramount PAS 6027), Lifelines (1976, Epic PE34277), and Tall Tales (1978, Polydor PD-1-6155). Richard's song "Stone County Wanted Man", which appeared on the Supa's Jamboree album, was recorded by Johnny Winter for his Saints & Sinners album. A longtime friend of Aerosmith, he has made a number of musical contributions to the band and has offered moral support. He temporarily replaced Joe Perry when he left the band in 1979 and contributed guitars to the studio album Night in the Ruts (1979). Additionally, Supa wrote or co-wrote several Aerosmith songs, including the hits "Chip Away the Stone" (1978), "Lightning Strikes" (1982), "Amazing" (1993), and "Pink" (1997), among others.
Supa co-wrote most of the songs on Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora's second solo album Undiscovered Soul. He wrote the song "Misery" for the album Missundaztood by Pink, on which Aerosmith's singer Steven Tyler features. Supa also collaborated and co-wrote the songs "My Interpretation", "Your Sympathy" and "Instant Martyr" from Mika's debut album Life in Cartoon Motion. He also co-wrote "Back on Earth" for singer Ozzy Osbourne. Supa is now the director of creative recovery at Recovery Unplugged Treatment Center, where he uses music to help addicts in recovery.listen here or here