Peter Frederick Way (born 7 August 1951) is an English bass player. He is best known as the bassist in UFO with whom he played for 31 years. Way is also known as a founding member of Waysted and Fastway. He has also notably played with Michael Schenker Group and Ozzy Osbourne. He began his career as a studio musician for many artists. He played in bands with friends from high school and later created a band with friends Phil Mogg, Andy Parker and Mick Bolton. This became the original UFO lineup.
Following through with the avant-garde inclinations of Station to Station, yet explicitly breaking with David Bowie's past, Low is a dense, challenging album that confirmed his place at rock's cutting edge.
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The album was also reissued in 2009, remastered with an expanded booklet and bonus tracks. No Heavy Petting is the fifth studio album by the British rock band UFO, released in 1976. It is the first UFO album to feature a full-time keyboard player as a member of the band, making this their first record as a five-piece band. Two live EPs in 1979 also proved successful for the band. In February, "Doctor Doctor" (taken from the album), coupled with "On with the Action" (recorded on the same 1978 US tour) and the studio cut "Try Me", reached No. 35 in the UK Singles Chart; this was the first time the band had made the UK Top 40.
68/ Lazy Sunday (2003). Small Faces cover recorded for the soundtrack of a film called Blackball, about bowls. The opening track on the debut album, and a near-perfect (Peter doesn’t really sing on it, so it’s not perfect perfect) intro to the Libs mythology: it’s a shambles, it’s a racket, it nicks some lines from the Hancock’s Half Hour episode The Poetry Society ( lead pipes? Your fortune’s made ), and it hints at the inevitable complications of living your entire life in a haze ( me myself I was never sure, Was it the liquor, or was it my soul? ). Says Pete, in the book Kids in the Riot: High and Low with The Libertines (presumably during a bitter period in his and Carl’s friendship): Carl was completely out of his mind, he started using crack and heroin then when were doing the first album, thought it was a big joke.
Price Match Guarantee. The Beatles 1958-1962 on Import LP 1958-1962 collects 18 tracks of rare early Beatles material, including In Spite Of All The Danger (the only song ever co-written by Paul McCartney and George Harri. What others are saying. random thoughts for wednesday november 17th, 2010.
CreditsPete Way - Primary Artist
|1||That's Tuff||Pete Way|
|2||Hangin' Out||Pete Way|
|3||Fooled Again||Pete Way|
|4||American Kid (What a Shame)||Pete Way|
|5||Hole Hole 2||Pete Way|
|7||Hand to Hold||Pete Way|
|8||That's Tuff||Pete Way|
|9||Fooled Again||Pete Way|
|10||American Kid (What a Shame)||Pete Way|
|11||American Kid (What a Shame)||Pete Way|
|12||Hangin' Out||Pete Way|
|13||That's Tuff||Pete Way|
|14||Fooled Again Too Hot to Handle||Pete Way|
|15||Might as Well Go Drinkin'||Pete Way|
|16||You & Me||Pete Way|
|18||Hole 2||Pete Way|
|19||I Need Her Bad||Pete Way|
|20||Born Again||Pete Way|
|21||Somethin' Else||Pete Way|
|23||Hand to Hold||Pete Way|
|26||American Kid (What a Shame)||Pete Way|
|27||Heaven Tonight||Pete Way|
|28||Fooled Again||Pete Way|
|30||Hand to Hold||Pete Way|
|31||That's Tuff||Pete Way|
|32||If You Need Me||Pete Way|
|33||Hangin' Out||Pete Way|
|34||Working Class Hero||Pete Way|