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Ace Frehley

Paul Daniel Frehley

Также известно как: A. Frehley, A.Frehley, Ace, Эйс Фрили, Frehely, Frehley
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1 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1988 Casablanca Records
2 Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
3 New York Groove 2 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
4 Take Me To The City / Dementikon Keppihumppa 2 audio iTunes 1997 Musical Tragedies
5 Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
6 Trouble Walkin' 10 audio iTunes 1989 Megaforce Records
7 Take Me To The City / Dementikon Keppihumppa 2 audio iTunes 1997 Musical Tragedies
8 Trouble Walkin' 10 audio iTunes 1989
9 Trouble Walkin' 10 audio iTunes 1989
10 Into The Night 2 audio iTunes 1987 Atlantic
11 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1997
12 Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1997 Mercury
13 Anomaly 12 audio iTunes 2009 Bronx Born Records
14 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 2008-06-25 Mercury
15 Loaded Deck 12 audio iTunes 1997 Megaforce Worldwide
16 12 Picks 12 audio iTunes 1997 Megaforce Worldwide
17 Frehley's Comet 10 audio iTunes 1987 Megaforce Worldwide
18 Trouble Walkin' 10 audio iTunes 1998 Megaforce Worldwide
19 Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978
20 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 2010-07-06 Back To Black
21 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1980
22 Into The Night 2 audio iTunes 1987 Atlantic
23 Into The Night 2 audio iTunes 1987 Atlantic
24 Into The Night 2 audio iTunes 1987 Atlantic
25 Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1988 Casablanca Records
26 Frehley's Comet 10 audio iTunes 1987 Atlantic
27 Take Me To The City / Dementikon Keppihumppa 2 audio iTunes 1997 Musical Tragedies
28 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 2006 Lilith
29 Frehley's Comet 10 audio iTunes 1987
30 New York Groove 2 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
31 Anomaly 12 audio iTunes 2009 Season Of Mist
32 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
33 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1979 Casablanca Records
34 Greatest Hits Live 12 audio iTunes 2006 Megaforce Records
35 Frehley's Comet 10 audio iTunes 1987
36 Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
37 New York Groove 2 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
38 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1997
39 Anomaly 12 audio iTunes 2009 Season Of Mist
40 Outer Space 4 audio iTunes 2009 Bronx Born Records
41 Loaded Deck 12 audio iTunes 1998 SPV GmbH
42 New York Groove 2 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
43 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes Casablanca Records
44 Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
45 Trouble Walkin' 10 audio iTunes 1989 Megaforce Records
46 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
47 Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
48 New York Groove / Snow Blind 2 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
49 Rock And Roll Over / Trouble Walkin' 22 audio iTunes 1999 CD-Maximum
50 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978
51 New York Groove 4 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
52 Greatest Hits Live 12 audio iTunes 2009-05-12 Megaforce Records
53 New York Groove / Snow Blind 2 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
54 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1988 Casablanca Records
55 Frehley's Comet 10 audio iTunes 1987 Atlantic
56 Anomaly 12 audio iTunes 2012 Bronx Born Records
57 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1984
58 Live In USA 11 audio iTunes 1993 Live Line
59 New York Groove 2 audio iTunes 1978
60 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1988 Casablanca Records
61 Trouble Walkin' 10 audio iTunes 1989 Megaforce Records
62 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1988 Casablanca Records
63 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1997 Mercury
64 Fractured Pieces 7 audio iTunes 2006 The Way Of Wizards
65 Ace Frehley 14 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
66 Trouble Walkin' 10 audio iTunes 1989
67 New York Groove / Snow Blind 2 audio iTunes Casablanca Records
68 Rip It Out 2 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
69 New York Groove 2 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
70 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes Casablanca Records
71 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1987-11-01 Casablanca Records
72 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
73 Into The Night 2 audio iTunes 1987 Atlantic
74 Anomaly 12 audio iTunes 2013 Bronx Born Records
75 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1980 Casablanca Records
76 Anomaly 12 audio iTunes 2009 Bronx Born Records
77 Live USA 11 audio iTunes 1992 imtrat Music Medienvertrieb GmbH
78 Trouble Walkin' 10 audio iTunes 1989
79 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
80 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
81 New York Groove 2 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
82 Anomaly 12 audio iTunes 2013 Bronx Born Records
83 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
84 Guitar Technique Of Ace Frehley Kiss 8 audio iTunes Tam
85 Calling To You 2 audio iTunes 1987-09-24
86 Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
87 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1988 Casablanca Records
88 Anomaly 12 audio iTunes 2009 Bronx Born Records
89 Trouble Walkin' 10 audio iTunes 2013-00-00 Rock Candy
90 Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
91 Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
92 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1997 Casablanca Records
93 Into The Night 2 audio iTunes 1987 Atlantic
94 Behind The Player 3 audio iTunes 2010-01-19 IMV
95 Anomaly 12 audio iTunes 2009 Season Of Mist
96 New York Groove 2 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
97 Kiss: Ace Frehley 9 audio iTunes 1997
98 Anomaly 12 audio iTunes 2012 Brookvale Records
99 Space Invader 12 audio iTunes 2014 Entertainment One
100 Space Invader 14 audio iTunes 2014 Entertainment One
101 Space Invader 16 audio iTunes 2014 Entertainment One
102 New York Groove / Chase 2 audio iTunes 1978 Durium
103 Behind The Player 3 audio iTunes 2009 Season Of Mist
104 Space Invader 12 audio iTunes 2014
105 Space Invader 15 audio iTunes 2014-08-15
106 12 Picks 13 audio iTunes 1997 Megaforce Worldwide
107 Loaded Deck 13 audio iTunes 1997 Megaforce Worldwide
108 Frehley's Comet (El Cometa Frehley) 10 audio iTunes 1987
109 New York Groove 2 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records
110 New York Groove 2 audio iTunes 1978 Casablanca Records

Born: April 27, 1951, Bronx, New York Paul Daniel "Ace" Frehley (pronounced /ˈfreɪli/) is an American musician best known as an original lead guitarist of the rock band [a=Kiss]. He took on the persona of the "Spaceman" or "Space Ace" when the band adopted costumes and theatrics. Frehley played with the group from its inception in 1973 until his departure in 1982. After leaving Kiss, Frehley embarked on a solo career, which was put on hold when he rejoined Kiss in 1996 for a highly successful reunion tour. His second tenure with Kiss lasted until 2002, when he left at the conclusion of what was purported to be the band's Farewell Tour. His latest album, Anomaly, was released on September 15, 2009. Frehley was born and raised in The Bronx, the youngest of three children. He has a sister Nancy and a brother Charles, a classical guitarist. As a youth, Frehley was in a New York street gang called The Duckies with Steven Edward Duren (aka Blackie Lawless, who would later become frontman for heavy metal band [a=W.A.S.P.]). The Frehleys were a musical family, and when Frehley received an electric guitar as a Christmas present in 1964, he immersed himself in learning the instrument. "I never went to music school; I never took a guitar lesson, but everybody in my family plays an instrument. My mother and father both played piano, his father was the church organist, and my brother and sister both played piano and acoustic guitar." Frehley was always surrounded by music. Frehley started playing guitar at age 13. He lists Jimi Hendrix, Albert Lee, Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, and The Who as his main influences. Frehley did well in the arts department in high school. Later in 1993, he would use his graphic arts skills to produce art work from a computer and sell the work in an art gallery in New Jersey. Frehley spent the early 1970s in a series of local bands. In late 1972, his best friend, Bob McAdams (co-author of the book Kiss & Tell), spotted an advertisement for a lead guitarist in the Village Voice and showed the ad to Frehley. Both McAdams and Frehley went to 10 East 23rd Street above the Live Bait Bar. Frehley auditioned for [a=Wicked Lester (2)] members Paul Stanley (rhythm guitar), Gene Simmons (bass guitar) and Peter Criss (drums). Frehley, who showed up wearing one red sneaker and one orange sneaker, was less than impressive visually, but the band liked what they heard from his playing. About three weeks after Frehley auditioned, the new group named him their lead guitarist. By January 1973, Wicked Lester decided on a new name - Kiss. Frehley designed the band's double-lightning-bolt logo. The band quickly decided to paint their faces for live performances, and Frehley decided to start painting silver stars on his eyes. While Kiss spent their early days rehearsing and playing in empty clubs, Frehley took a job as a part-time cab driver to pay his bills. In September 1973, Kiss began to receive a salary from new manager Bill Aucoin that paid each member $75 a week. This enabled Frehley to quit his job. Kiss released their debut album, Kiss, in February 1974—Frehley's sole songwriting contribution was "Cold Gin". Due to Frehley's lack of confidence in his own singing voice, however, the vocals were performed by Simmons. Frehley wrote or co-wrote several of the band's songs over the next few years but didn't record his vocals on a song until "Shock Me" (inspired by his near-electrocution during a concert in Lakeland, Florida), which appeared on 1977's Love Gun. As lead guitarist, Frehley was known for his frenetic, atmospheric playing, becoming one of the most popular guitarists in the 70s and spawning a generation of new players. Frehley stated in the book Kiss: Behind the Mask that many guitarists have told him his playing on 1975's hit Alive! prompted them to pick up the instrument. Frehley is well recognized for using Gibson Les Paul guitars, including his trademarked model conversion Cara Guitars which filled the stage full of smoke during his live guitar solo. Along with the three other Kiss members, Frehley released an eponymous solo album in 1978. His was the best-selling of the four, and the album's lone single — the Russ Ballard-written "New York Groove"), originally recorded by [a=Hello] — reached the Top 20 in the United States. Frehley's songwriting presence within the group increased in 1979. He contributed three songs for 1979's Dynasty and three for 1980's Unmasked. While this was not the best time for Kiss on a commercial level in the United States, they were only just beginning to take off in other countries (mostly in Australia, where Dynasty and Unmasked are their highest-selling albums). But even as his songwriting role within Kiss was increasing, Frehley found himself increasingly at odds with the musical direction of the band. After Peter Criss left Kiss in 1980, Frehley was often outvoted 2-1 in band decisions, as replacement drummer Eric Carr was not a partner in Kiss and had no vote. Frehley's participation in the recording of 1981's Music from "The Elder" was far more limited than with previous albums. This was in large part due to his unhappiness with the band's decision to create a concept album rather than a straightforward rock album, and also, by Frehley's own admission, his "not relating all that well" to producer Bob Ezrin, who cut many of Frehley's solos from the recorded tracks. Although Frehley appeared on the covers for 1982's greatest hits album Killers and studio album Creatures of the Night, he had no involvement with Killers, and minimal (no musical) input on Creatures of the Night. Frehley's last appearances with the band were the video for "I Love it Loud," a series of European promotional appearances in November 1982 and a band interview with MTV in early 1983 promoting their world tour. In 1984, Frehley started his post-Kiss solo career by assembling a band that included, among others, drummer Anton Fig (who had performed on Frehley's 1978 solo album and on two Kiss albums). Bassist John Regan (who had worked with Peter Frampton), whom Frehley met in 1980, was also an original member of the band as was vocalist/guitarist Richie Scarlet and keyboardist Arthur Stead. The group, whose name alternated between 'Ace Frehley' and [a=Frehley's Comet], recorded a series of demos throughout 1984 and 1985. After a few unsuccessful attempts at securing a recording contract, the group eventually signed to Megaforce Records and released their first album, Frehley's Comet, on July 7, 1987. The album was co-produced by Eddie Kramer, who had produced not only a number of Kiss albums, but Frehley's 1978 album and some of his 1984-85 demos.


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