8 thoughts on “ Heave Hard (She Comes Easy) - Salty Dog - Every Dog Has His Day (CD, Album) ”

  1. Every Dog Has Its Day Buy album $ Salty Dog. $ 5. I like. Tweet; Please vote. Add to bookmarks Duration: Every Dog Has It's Day Salty Dog; Lost Treasure Salty Dog; Lose These Blues Salty Dog; Burn CD Burn your music and enjoy it everywhere.
  2. Salty Dog were a sleaze metal band that infused a Led Zeppelin style vocal delivery to their bluesy brand of rock n’ roll. Their one and only album was filled with guilty pleasures that should have made them stars, but sadly didn’t.
  3. Heave Hard (She Comes Easy) Lonesome Fool Slow Daze Sacrifice Me Nothin' But A Dream BONUS: Salty Dog- Every Dog Has Its Day (CD Geffen 9 ) $ Salty Dog Every Dog Has Its Day promo cassette Mark Holden ‎– The Lost 80s Album Various ‎– MRR Left Off The First 99 ().
  4. Jun 23,  · Album: Every Dog Has Its Day, Year, Jimmi Bleacher lead vocals, acoustic guitar, Pete Reveen lead and rhythm guitar, Michael Hannon bass, Khurt Maier drums.
  5. Apr 02,  · If there has a been a hard rock CD that desperately needs to be reissued, Salty Dog’s Every Dog Has Its Day would have to be it. With such classics like “Come Along”, “Ring My Bell” and “Where The Sun Don’t Shine” this is a CD that still needs to be heard by all rock fans.
  6. This album, from a bygone era of rock and roll, is a true gem. Salty Dog was incorrectly lumped into the hair band scene, which I also love by the way. They had a bluesy kind of sound that showed true talent. When this album became reissued as a CD, I jumped on it and it has /5(45).
  7. Dec 06,  · Much like the The Scream’s Let It Scream, Salty Dog’s effort Every Dog Has Its Day was a victim of ‘oversaturation’ of the glam rock scene, ‘label neglect’ and ultimately the changing of the guard in the rock world. Every Dog Has Its Day was produced by Peter Collins better known for his work with Rush and Queensrÿche. The end result is a bombastic hard rock masterpiece.
  8. May 27,  · Salty Dog was a sleaze metal band that infused a Led Zeppelin style vocal delivery to their bluesy brand of rock'n'roll. Their one and only album was filled with guilty pleasures that should have made them stars, but sadly didn't.

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