RE: Gregg Guiffria
Posted by: Dave Reynolds ()
Date: July 15, 2000 07:09PM

Hmm,
it's true that there was an awful lot of 'enhancement' going on in the 80s as far as live performances are concerned. I think it all started with a revelation in 'Sounds' in the early 80s that the Michael Schenker Group had a hidden guitar player at one point.
I was lucky enough to have had free reign to wander around wherever I wanted at that Hammersmith show and saw the soundcheck as well as the gig. Lanny Cordola was certainly playing everything as far as I could see.
Can't comment on Gregg's contribution to the records. It was seemingly his band (Gene Simmons' name!), so he could do as he liked. But, let's face it, how are we to really know whether any of our favourite musicians actually play on everything? You just have to look at Kiss as an example and Frehley and Criss' contributions.
With regards Angel, Mickey Jones was reported not to have played a note on 'On Earth..' I recall reading an interview with Eddie Kramer where it was alleged that Punky Meadows played bass.

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House Of Lords 297Dave Reynolds07/14/2000 01:49AM
RE: House Of Lords 190Surfpunk07/14/2000 04:20AM
Yes Dave! 168 Andrew 07/14/2000 09:36AM
reformation a few years ago??? 164 brent 07/14/2000 10:59AM
Yep, seperate issue 211 Andrew 07/14/2000 01:34PM
Gregg Guiffria 202 mark kennedy 07/15/2000 04:39AM
RE: Gregg Guiffria 192Dave Reynolds07/15/2000 07:40AM
RE: Gregg Guiffria 211Preacherman07/15/2000 08:23AM
RE: Gregg Guiffria 207Dark Knight07/15/2000 08:24AM
RE: Gregg Guiffria193Dave Reynolds07/15/2000 07:09PM
Dave mate!! 199 Nicky Baldrian 07/16/2000 02:49AM
RE: Gregg Guiffria 195 mark kennedy 07/16/2000 11:27PM
RE: Gregg Guiffria 227 mark kennedy 07/17/2000 05:33AM
RE: Gregg Guiffria 201Chris07/17/2000 07:25AM
RE: Gregg Guiffria 174 Dany 07/20/2000 06:14AM
RE: House Of Lords 162 Nick Green 07/22/2000 10:27PM


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