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Paul Samson - PS: 1953-2002 album mp3
  • Performer:
    Paul Samson
  • Title:
    PS: 1953-2002
  • Genre:
  • Date of release:
    September 4, 2006
  • Duration:
    54:59
  • Recording location:
    The Where? House, Norfolk, England
  • Size FLAC version
    1763 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1985 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1191 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    408
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PAUL SAMSON: 1953-2002. Guitarist Paul Samson, leader and founder of the seminal NWOBHM act SAMSON, passed away at his Norfolk, England home during the afternoon of Friday, August 9th following a lengthy battle with cancer. As reported here last Wednesday, Paul and vocalist Nicky Moore (who sang on several of the group's albums during the '80s) recently completed work on a new SAMSON album under the working title of Brand New Day, which also features Billy Fleming (. METALLIC BLUE) on drums and Ian Ellis (. RIC LEE'S BREAKERS, SAVOY BROWN) on bass

Paul Samson (4 June 1953 – 9 August 2002) was a British guitarist, closely associated with the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. Born Paul Sanson, after a period in several obscure bands, Samson formed his own eponymous outfit, Samson, in 1977, consisting of Chris Aylmer on bass guitar, and Clive Burr on drums. Burr left, and eventually joined Iron Maiden, and was replaced by Thunderstick, who wore a gimp mask on stage. In 1979, the line-up was expanded to a four piece, with the addition of Bruce Dickinson on vocals (with the stage name "Bruce Bruce"). Samson died of cancer on 9 August 2002 in Norwich, whilst recording a new Samson album with Nicky Moore. Paul Samson's Empire – Live at the Marquee (1994). Live: The Blues Nights (2002).

Guitars, Bass, Keyboards, Vocals (backing), Percussion. is the final album Paul Samson was working on before his death of cancer in 2002. The albums production was completed under extremely difficult circumstances by the bands bassist and rhythm guitarist John McCoy.

Samson were a British rock band formed in 1977 by guitarist and vocalist Paul Samson. They are best known for their first three albums with future Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson, then known as "Bruce Bruce", and drummer Thunderstick (real name Barry Graham Purkis), who wore a leather mask and performed on stage in a metal cage. Drummer Clive Burr was also a member of the band, both before and after his tenure with Iron Maiden

Paul Samson (4 June 1953 – 9 August 2002) was a British guitarist, closely associated with the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal. In 2002, and at the age of 49 he died of cancer, in Norwich, whilst recording a new Samson album with Nicky Moore. Paul Samson's Empire - Live at the Marquee (1994).

Paul Samson (born Paul Sanson, June 4, 1953, died August 9, 2002) was a guitarist closely associated with the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal. After a period in several obscure bands, Samson formed his own eponymous outfit, Samson, in 1978, consisting of Chris Aylmer on bass, and Clive Burr on drums. Burr left, and eventually joined Iron Maiden, and was replaced by the controversial Thunderstick, who wore a gimp mask on stage.

Paul Samson (born June 4, 1953, died August 9, 2002) was a talented guitarist closely associated with the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal. It could be said that a series of bad breaks and poor decisions meant that he never rose above cult status. After a period in several obscure bands, Samson formed his own eponymous outfit in 1978, consisting of Chris Aylmer on bass, and Clive Burr on drums. In 2002 he died of cancer, whilst recording a brand new Samson album with Nicky Moore. Official Site Википедия. Heavy Metal Thompson.

Credits

Ian Ellis - Guitar (Bass), Liner Notes, Main Personnel, Vocal Harmony, Vocals (Background)
Mark Tufty Evans - Collage, Photography
Billy Fleming - Drums, Main Personnel
Henrik Johansson - Cover Art
John McCoy - Guitar (Bass), Main Personnel
Nicky Moore - Main Personnel, Vocal Harmony, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Tony Purkis - Composer
Paul Samson - Engineer, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Bass), Guitar (Rhythm), Keyboards, Main Personnel, Percussion, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocal Harmony, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Lisa Valder - Collage, Photography

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 No Way Out Tony Purkis Paul Samson 4:14
2 Brand New Day Tony Purkis Paul Samson 4:54
3 Mean Woman Paul Samson 4:40
4 Do Right Paul Samson 4:48
5 It's Going Wrong Tony Purkis Paul Samson 4:32
6 Broken Heart Paul Samson 5:03
7 When Tomorrow Comes Paul Samson 4:09
8 Murder Tony Purkis Paul Samson 5:40
9 Gettin' Ready Paul Samson 5:07
10 Precious Time Paul Samson 4:12
11 Shooting for the Moon Paul Samson 7:40