Indian Summer is: ?? - guitar ?? - vocals, guitar ?? - bass guitar ?? - drums Bessie Smith - recording playing in background.
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Composed By – Indian Summer (3). Design – Keef (4). Drums, Percussion, Vocals – Paul Hooper (2). Engineer – Robin Cable. Guitar, Vocals – Colin Williams (2). Keyboards, Lead Vocals – Bob Jackson (5). Liner Notes – Mark Brennan. Producer – Rodger Bain.
An Indian summer is a period of unseasonably warm, dry weather that sometimes occurs in autumn in the Northern Hemisphere. Indian summers are common in North America, Europe and Asia. The US National Weather Service defines this as weather conditions that are sunny and clear with above average temperatures, occurring September to November. It is usually described as occurring after a killing frost.
In fact, we hate Summer. June, July and August.
Tracks count: 6. Indian Summer - 5150 03:52. Indian Summer - Stand With Me 06:50. Indian Summer - We Ain't Had Enough 05:20.
Indian Summer is a music studio album recording by LANDBERK (Heavy Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1996 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Fourth album (or third depending on how you view the double version of the debut album), and what was to be their last, Indian Summer can surprise a bit, partly because of the unusual pregnant women artwork, but also the change of drummer, Dahlback being replaced by Lindholm. After the generally disappointing One Man's Tale Another, the group was awaited around the bend, and many were quite pleased with the present album.
INDIAN SUMMER is a proto-metal music artist. Teaming them with producer Rodger Bain, who'd produced Black Sabbath's self titled debut album, he put them into London's legendary Trident Studios to record their debut album. Indian Summer" was released in early 1971 on Neon records, (NE3) though a proposed single "Walking On Water" failed to see the light of day. Immediately after the album's release, Harker left to take over his father's engineering firm (he currently lives in America).