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John Kay

Joachim Fritz Krauledat

Также известно как: J. Kay, J. Kay/ABC, J. Key, J.Kay, Kay, Ray
Группа в интернете: http://www.steppenwolf.com/

Дискография John Kay:

# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Lone Steppenwolf 10 audio iTunes 1987 MCA Records
2 Give Me Life 2 audio iTunes 1987 Disky
3 We Like It, We Love It 3 audio iTunes 1990 I.R.S. Records
4 My Sportin' Life 9 audio iTunes 1973 ABC/Dunhill Records
5 My Sportin' Life 9 audio iTunes 1973
6 Forgotten Songs & Unsung Heroes/My Sportin' Life 20 audio iTunes 2008 BGO Records
7 John Kay & The Sparrow 12 audio iTunes 1969 Columbia
8 I'm Movin' On 2 audio iTunes 1972
9 Give Me Some News I Can Use 2 audio iTunes 1978-06-00 Mercury
10 All In Good Time 10 audio iTunes 1978 Mercury
11 Rock & Roll Rebels 10 audio iTunes 1987 Qwil
12 Heretics & Privateers 12 audio iTunes 2002 Crosscut Records
13 My Sportin' Life 9 audio iTunes 1973 Probe
14 Wolftracks 10 audio iTunes 1983 Allegiance Records
15 All In Good Time 10 audio iTunes 1978 Mercury
16 Feed The Fire 9 audio iTunes 1996 CMC Records (7)
17 Paradox 11 audio iTunes 1984
18 I'm Movin' On / Walk Beside Me 2 audio iTunes 1972 Probe
19 Lone Steppenwolf 10 audio iTunes 1987 MCA Records
20 Rock & Roll Rebels 10 audio iTunes 1987 Attic
21 The Best Of John Kay & Sparrow - Tighten Up Your Wig 18 audio iTunes 1993
22 John Kay & The Sparrow 12 audio iTunes 1969 CBS
23 Forgotten Songs & Unsung Heroes 9 audio iTunes 1972 Probe
24 John Kay & The Sparrow 12 audio iTunes 2000 Columbia
25 Wolftracks 10 audio iTunes 2005 Iberica Logos Music
26 Rock & Roll Rebels 10 audio iTunes 1987 Qwil
27 Somebody 2 audio iTunes 1972 ABC/Dunhill Records
28 Live In San Francisco 1967-1968 ( With Sparrows And Steppenwolf ) 10 audio iTunes 1992 Curcio
29 Live! 23 audio iTunes 2000 Disky
30 Born To Be Wild / A Retrospective 34 audio iTunes 1991 MCA Records
31 Rise And Shine 10 audio iTunes 1990 I.R.S. Records
32 Wolftracks 10 audio iTunes 1982 Nautilus Recordings
33 Forgotten Songs & Unsung Heroes 9 audio iTunes 1972 Probe
34 Paradox 11 audio iTunes 1984 Interfusion
35 Forgotten Songs & Unsung Heroes 9 audio iTunes 1972 ABC/Dunhill Records
36 We Like It, We Love It 2 audio iTunes 1990 I.R.S. Records
37 Give Me Some News I Can Use 2 audio iTunes 1978 Mercury
38 Rock & Roll Rebels 10 audio iTunes 1987 Disky B.V.
39 John Kay & The Sparrow 12 audio iTunes 1969 Columbia
40 I'm Movin' On / Walk Beside Me 2 audio iTunes 1972 Probe
41 Forgotten Songs & Unsung Heroes 9 audio iTunes 1972 Probe
42 Live In Louisville / Live At The Renaissance Center 36 audio iTunes Not On Label (John Kay)
43 Rise & Shine 10 audio iTunes 1990 I.R.S. Records
44 Lone Steppenwolf 10 audio iTunes 1987 MCA Records
45 My Sportin' Life 9 audio iTunes 1973 ABC/Dunhill Records
46 Moonshine (Friend Of Mine) 2 audio iTunes 1973-06-15 Probe
47 Forgotten Songs & Unsung Heroes 9 audio iTunes 1972
48 Wolftracks 10 audio iTunes 1983 Allegiance Records
49 Square Headed People 2 audio iTunes 1969 Columbia

John Kay (born 12 April 1944 as Joachim Fritz Krauledat in Tilsit, East Prussia) is a German Canadian singer, songwriter and guitarist known as the front man of [a=Steppenwolf]. In the Evacuation of East Prussia in early 1945, in harsh Winter conditions, his mother first had to flee with the baby boy from the advancing Soviet troops. In 1948, the two also fled from Arnstadt in the East German Soviet occupation zone to resettle in Hanover, West Germany (as recounted in his song "Renegade" on the album Steppenwolf Seven). Located in the British occupation zone, teen aged Joachim, suffering from eyesight problems, listened to music broadcast by the British Forces Broadcasting Service before his family moved to Canada in 1958. He joined a blues rock and folk music group known as The Sparrows in 1965, which had moderate success in Canada before moving to California, augmenting its line-up and changing its name to Steppenwolf in 1967. With music that pioneered hard rock and heavy metal, Kay's Steppenwolf had international success with songs such as "Born to Be Wild", "Magic Carpet Ride", "Monster", "The Pusher", and "Rock Me". This was multiplied by the use of "Born to Be Wild" and "The Pusher" in the 1969 movie Easy Rider. Kay recorded both as a solo artist and with Steppenwolf during the late 1970s, and wrapped up Steppenwolf's 40th year of touring with a final gig in October 2007.


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