domingo, 14 de marzo de 2010

Dia G 14.03.10 (3) - Titanic - Titanic (1970 NOR)

CBS - 1970

By Julio

Kenny Aas Organ
Kjell Asperud Drums
John Lorck Drums
Janne Loseth Guitar
Roy Robinson Vocals

Titanic was a rock band from Norway, which also included a British member in its line-up. It was first active from 1969 to 1979, and also reformed twice.
The group was made up of Kenny Aas, Kjell Asperud, John Lorck, Janny Løseth and Roy Robinson (lead singer). They formed in 1969, and released several successful albums and singles before disbanding in 1979.
The main composer was the group founder Janny Loseth, with Roy Robinson supplying the primarily English language based lyrics. In October 1971 Titanic reached Number 5 in the UK Singles Chart, with their instrumental track, "Sultana".[1] It was performed in the style of the then popular band, Santana. The tune also appeared on their Titanic's album Sea Wolf.
However, due to a lack of other corresponding chart presence, Titanic are known as one-hit wonders.
In late 1970s, Janny Loseth went solo and first released several singles, including "Take Me Down" (bw. "Nobody's Man"), and "I Wished I Was a Poet" (bw. "Dancing Girl"), which featured his powerful and operatic vocal, and then became the lead singer for a French electronic band called Space.
In late 1990s, after leaving Space, Janny Loseth recruited back Roy Robinson, and the duo released one album, Lower the Atlantic. This Titanic reunion was short lived.
In 2006, Janny Loseth reformed Titanic with three additional members: Mick Walker, Phil Wilton, and Didier Blum. He later opted to take Roy Robinson back on board and this quintet released the new single that same year, called "I'm the Law", which is available on DVD.
Their latest reunion album Ashes and Diamonds was released on February 20, 2009 in Europe


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