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Mahogany Rush is a Canadian rock band led by guitarist Frank Marino. The band had its peak of popularity in the 1970s, playing such venues as California Jam II together with bands such as Aerosmith, Ted Nugent and Heart. Mahogany Rush formed in Montreal during 1970. The band is perhaps best known for Marino's soaring lead guitar which bears a strong resemblance to the playing of Jimi Hendrix.
Mahogany Rush relocated to America in 1976, and singed to Columbia Records after critics savaged frontman/guitarist and songwriter Frank Marino for his unabashed Jimi Hendrix worship (and some would say cannibalism) on the group's first trio of albums. Mahogany Rush IV doesn't do anything to dissuade the critics, as Marino aped bits of "Crosstown Traffic" on the album's opening cut "I'm Going Away. Perhaps he thought that drenching everything in cheesy Mellotron might distract the rock press bloodhounds.
Mahogany Rush IV was originally released in 1976 and was the band's first album for Columbia. World Anthem followed one year later. RealLIVE! 2004 - Justin Time Records. TRACK LISTING Voodoo Chile. Something's Comin' Our Way (excerpt) He's Callin' Red House Guitar Prelude To A Hero. Stories Of A Hero Poppy. She's Not There (return). Five years off and a new record company brings us this album. Had Enough" has that old Franky feel from the seventies. 2005 - Justin Time Records/Just a Minute - REMASTERED W/BONUS TRACK.
Mahogany Rush IV is the fourth studio album by Canadian Rock music band Mahogany Rush, led by Frank Marino. It was released in 1976 on Columbia Records. Covers of 3 of the songs on Mahogany Rush IV, "The Answer" (Randy Hansen), "It's Begun to Rain" (Audley Freed), and "Dragonfly" (Karl Cochran), appear on the 2005 Secondhand Smoke - A Tribute to Frank Marino album. All songs by Frank Marino. I'm Going Away" - 4:06. Man at the Back Door" - 3:42.