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    Brian Johnson & Geordie (UK) - Keep On Rocking! (1989) [Re-issue 1996] + all scans

    United Kingdom / Dunston

    Genre:
    Hard Rock / Glam Rock
    Year :1989 (Re-issue 1996)
    Style : Hard Rock , Glam Rock
    Country : United Kingdom
    Audio : 320 kbps + all scans
    Size : 114 mb


    Tracklist:
    1. Keep on Rocking
    2. Can You Do It
    3. Black Cat Woman
    4. Natural Born Loser
    5. (Ain't It) Just Like Woman
    6. Strange Man
    7. Hope You Like It
    8. Mercenary Man
    9. Fire Queen
    10. Give You Till Monday
    11. Ten Feet Tall
    12. Going Down

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    Info:
    Brian Johnson (born October 5, 1947 in Dunston, Gateshead, England) (He however lived in North Shields throughout the 1970s and 80s ) is a singer and songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist for the Australian hard rock band, AC/DC. He currently lives in Sarasota, Florida.

    In 1972, Johnson formed the glam rock band Geordie and became their lead singer. However, after a few hit singles, the band split up in 1978. Johnson reformed Geordie in 1980, however, just after a record deal had been signed, he was asked to audition for AC/DC. A few days after the audition, Johnson was told he would be replacing Bon Scott as the lead vocalist of the band. Johnson’s first album with AC/DC, Back in Black, is the band’s biggest selling album.

    Johnson’s sartorial trademark is his cap. Originally, he wore a flat cap, once regarded as a symbol of his native Tyneside, but in recent years, he has occasionally worn a baseball cap instead.

    Biography

    Johnson’s father, Allan, was a Sergeant Major of the British Army’s Durham Light Infantry; his mother, Esther, came from Italy. When he was a young, Johnson performed in various shows with the Scouts, and appeared in a play which aired on television, and joined a local church choir.

    Geordie

    In February 1972, Johnson joined the Newcastle glam rock band, Geordie. The band’s first single, “Don’t Do That”, was released at the end of the year through EMI, and reached No. 32 in the UK charts. “Don’t Do That” was followed a few months later by their biggest hit, “All Because Of You”, which reached No. 6. They later had another UK top 20 hit “Can You Do It”. After multiple hit singles, Geordie split up in 1978, but Johnson re-formed it in 1980.

    Soon after a record contract had been signed, Johnson was asked to audition for AC/DC. Among the others asked to audition were ex-Back Street Crawler vocalist, Terry Slesser and ex-Moxy frontman, Buzz Shearman, who was not able to join due to vocal chord problems.“I remember Bon playing me “Little Richard” and then telling me the story of when he saw Brian singing.” Angus Young later remembered. “And he says about that night, ‘there’s this guy up there screaming at the top of his lungs and then the next thing you know he hits the deck. He’s on the floor, rolling around and screaming. I thought it was great, and then to top it off —you couldn’t get a better encore— they came in and wheeled the guy off!” Later that night, Johnson would be diagnosed with appendicitis, which was the cause of his writhing around on stage.

    Line Up:
    Brian Gibson - Drums [1971-1976] [1982-1985] Powerhouse
    David Stephenson - Guitar [1982-1985]
    Vic Malcolm - Guitar [1971-1976] [1982-1985]
    Tom Hill - Bass [1971-1976] [1982-1985] Powerhouse
    Rob Turnball - Vocals [1982-1985] Powerhouse

    Past members

    Brian Johnson : Vocals [1971-1976][1978-1979] AC-DC
    Derek Rootham : Guitar [1978-1979]
    Dave Robson : Bass [1978-1979]
    Dave Whittaker : Drums [1978-1979]

    Discography:
    Hope You Like It (LP - 1973)
    Masters of Rock Vol. 8 (Compilation - 1974)
    Don't Be Fooled By the Name (LP - 1974)
    Goodbye Love - She's a Lady (Démo - 1975)
    Save the World (LP - 1976)
    No Good Woman (LP - 1978)
    Brian Johnson and Geordie (Compilation - 1981)
    No Sweat (LP - 1983)
    Keep on Rocking (Compilation - 1989)
    Rockin' with the Boys 1972-1976 (Compilation - 1991)
    A Band from Geordieland (Compilation - 1996)
    The Best of Geordie (Compilation - 1998)
    Can You Do It? (Compilation - 1999)
    The Singles Collection (Compilation - 2001)
    Can You Do It (2003 Version) (CD - 2003)
    Unreleased Tapes (CD - 2005)

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