Rebel Rouser - Bob Welch - The Other One

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  1. Rebel Rouser is a song written by Bob Welch and recorded by him for his third solo album The Other One (). It was released as a single but did not chart. Despite this, it was rerecorded by Welch for His Fleetwood Mac Years and Beyond Two (). Welch explained in the sleeve notes for this.
  2. The Other One - Playlist. Bob Welch. Rebel Rouser Love Came 2X View full playlist (10 videos) 12 videos Play Top Covers - Bob Welch Play all.
  3. In , Edsel released Man Overboard/The Other One, which contained two complete albums -- Man Overboard (, originally released on Capitol) and The Other One (, also originally released on Capitol) -- by Bob Welch on one compact disc.8/
  4. The Other One by Bob Welch: Listen to songs by Bob Welch on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share. The Other One by Bob Welch: Listen to songs by Bob Welch on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share. Bob Welch Rebel Rouser. Bob Welch. Love Came 2x. Bob Welch. Watch.
  5. After the success of Welch's first two albums, 's The Other One failed to net him a Top 40 hit, proving that he had to rely on something other than his balmy vocals to see him through. Evidently, the same radio-friendly allure that draped "Sentimental Lady" or anything close to the subtle riff in the chorus of "Ebony Eyes" fails to turn up here, leaving the tracks colorless and quite bland.3/
  6. May 25,  · The Rhino best-of Bob Welch: Best of Bob Welch is the only one worth getting. It contains a pretty good survey of the material he recorded for Capitol, both with Paris (the group he formed after Fleetwood Mac and before going solo) and under his own name--including all the hits of this era, as well as well-selected album tracks/5(7).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Other One on Discogs.
  8. The Other One is Bob Welch's third solo album, released in November It was the first of his solo albums not to feature input from any Fleetwood Mac members. Despite this, it did include a rerecording of his song Future Games which had been the title track of his first album with the group in

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