moxy13MOXY Signs With Perris Records for “40 Years and Still Riding High” and “Live In Toronto” CD releases. Both CDs will be released May 22nd, 2015. “40 Years and Still Riding High” is a Re-Record of the best of from the first 3 albums: MOXY I, MOXY II and Riding High. “Live In Toronto” was recorded at the Sound Academy in in Toronto. This is what founding member Earl Johnson had to say: ‘It has been a long career for MOXY and what better way to celebrate the music for our 40th anniversary then releasing “40 Years and Still Riding High” and “Live In Toronto” through Perris Records for the USA.

It gives me great pleasure to see these classic songs come to life with some fresh blood and a brand new recording. We didn’t just re-master the songs like a lot of people are doing today but instead we stripped them down, built them back up and re-recorded them to be more contemporary sonically with the recordings of today. When MOXY first exploded onto the scene in 1974 with their hit song ‘Can’t You See I’m a Star’ They were destined to become part of the alumni of heavy hitting Canadians making a mark in the U.S.A. MOXY renegotiated a new contract with Polydor of Canada for distribution in affiliation with Mercury Records who reissued the self-titled debut album in North America and worldwide in 1976. MOXY saw success touring the U.S. with the likes of such artists as Boston, Styx, AC/DC, Black Sabbath and Rainbow just to name a few.

1. Midnight Flight
2. Can’t You See I’m A Star
3. Time To Move On
4. Out Of The Darkness
5. Another Time
6. Moon Rider
7. O Fortuna (Drum Solo)
8. Nothing Comes Easy
9. Fantasy
10. Sail On Sail Away
11. Riding High
12. Another Time (Orchestral Remix)

Earl Johnson – Lead Guitar
Nick Walsh – Lead Vocals (Slik Toxik, Famous Underground)
Alexis Von Kraven – Drums (Exorcism, Mothers Green)
Rob Robbins – Guitar, Background Vocals (Steel Lily, Rhett Forrester)
Oscar Anesetti – Bass, Background Vocals (Rabid Hole)

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