- Performer:Status Quo
- Style:Boogie Rock,Hard Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock
- Date of release:1983
- Size FLAC version1512 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1597 megabytes
- Size WMA version1478 megabytes
- Formats:WMA DXD AIFF DXD AHX MOD
Quo is the seventh studio album by Status Quo. Issued in May 1974, it features Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster and John Coghlan, and reached in the UK. Like its predecessor Hello!, it consisted entirely of songs written or cowritten by the group. The only guest musicians were Bob Young and Tom Parker, who played harmonica and piano respectively on "Break the Rules".
This is the discography of the British rock band Status Quo. They have released around 100 singles and have spent over 400 weeks in the UK Singles Chart - longer than The Beatles. They are one of the most successful bands of all time in the UK. Their most recent album, Aquostic II – That's a Fact!, was released in 2016. For a full list of the band's songs, see List of songs by Status Quo. 1977 Tokyo Quo (Japan release only).
1971 - Dog Of Two Head. 1973 - Hello! 1975 - On The Level.
What are the best albums by Status Quo? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Don't Stop covers album should never have been recorded, Francis hates it. Status Quo has made life on Earth enjoyable, when I get down and depressed, put on a QUO album. I get very emotional when it comes to the joy and pleasure this great rock band has brought to me ever since I heard Matchstickmen and Down The Dustpipe. I love Status Quo!!!!!
Live! is the first live album by British rock band Status Quo. The double album is an amalgam of performances at Glasgow's Apollo Theatre between 27 and 29 October 1976, recorded using the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio. The worst album we ever made," said guitarist and singer Francis Rossi. I always thought we were better than that.
Status Quo. Profilo: Two south London fellows called Alan Lancaster (bass) and Francis Rossi (guitar) founded the band "The Spectres" in 1962 (see The Spectres (2)). At that time, Mr. Rossi preferred to call himself Mike after one of his second names. In 1966, the band changed their name to "The Traffic", shortly thereafter to "The Traffic Jam" (see The Traffic Jam (2)). The lineup consisted of Lancaster, Rossi, John Coghlan (drums) and Roy Lynes (keyboard). A year later, the band changed name once again to "The Status Quo". Rick Parfitt (guitar) joined.
CreditsJohn Coghlan - Drums
Alan Lancaster - Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Rick Parfitt - Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Francis Rossi - Guitar, Vocals
Status Quo - Primary Artist