|A3||I'm In The Mood||4:24|
|B3||Well, Well, Well !||5:14|
|MCF 2854, 0C 062-61 741||Rod Argent||Moving Home (LP, Album)||MCA Records, MCA Records||MCF 2854, 0C 062-61 741||UK||1978|
|VIM-6186||Rod Argent||Moving Home (LP, Album)||MCA Records||VIM-6186||Japan||1978|
|TC-MCF 2854||Rod Argent||Moving Home (Cass, Album)||MCA Records||TC-MCF 2854||UK||1978|
|0062.121||Rod Argent||Moving Home (LP)||MCA Records||0062.121||Germany||1978|
|MAPS 9071||Rod Argent||Moving Home (LP, Album)||MCA Records||MAPS 9071||Australia||1978|
Moving Home (LP, Album, Promo). Moving Home (LP, Album).
Rodney Terence "Rod" Argent (born 14 June 1945) is an English musician, singer, songwriter, composer, and record producer . In 1978, Argent released his debut solo album Moving Home with many well-known musicians, including Genesis drummer Phil Collins, and Weather Report bass guitarist Alphonso Johnson. In 1980, he wrote a musical titled Masquerade which premiered in London in 1982 Argent went on to play keyboards with a number of musicians, including piano on the title track of The Who's album Who Are You, and on Variations with Gary Moore, Julian Lloyd Webber, and Andrew Lloyd Webber.
But Argent needs to be applauded for another reason as well. After the Zombies expired, right around the time Time of the Season was released in 1968, Argent (and Zombies bass player Chris White, who switched to songwriting duties) started his own band, aptly called Argent. Forty-five years ago this season, the group released its fifth record, Nexus. On their first album, 1965’s Begin Here, they offered up their variation on what most of their peers were doing: a combination of covers (like Got My Mojo Working and You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me ) and originals like She’s Not There and the kicky I Can’t Make Up My Mind. Then, with 1968’s now fabled Odessey and Oracle, the Zombies became one of many bands, here and abroad, swept up in post–Sgt.
Studio album by Argent. Moving Home appears in the following lists: Music Genre: Pop/Rock.
Learn about Rod Argent: his birthday, what he did before fame, his family life, fun trivia facts, popularity rankings, and more. He went to St. Albans School where he met some of his future bandmates before forming The Zombies. He released a solo album in 1978 called Moving Home. He grew up with family in St Albans, Hertfordshire in England. He worked on his solo album Moving Home with many artists including Phil Collins of the band Genesis. Rod Argent Popularity.
MAPS 9071 Rod Argent Moving Home (LP, Album) MCA Records MAPS 9071 Australia 1978.
Rod Argent - Moving Home mp3 flac download free. Label: MCA Records – VIM-6186 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Japan Date of released: 1978 Category: Jazz, Rock, Pop Style: Fusion, Pop Rock, Art Rock. Rod Argent - Moving Home MP3 version. 2819 downloads at 28 mb/s. Rod Argent - Moving Home FLAC version. 2914 downloads at 32 mb/s.