|1||Westbound No. 9|
Written-By – Dumas, Wayne, Dunbar
|2||Why Don't You Stay|
Written-By – Wayne, Dunbar
|HS 7003||The Flaming Ember||Westbound #9 (7", Single, San)||Hot Wax||HS 7003||US||1970|
|HS-7003||Flaming Ember||Westbound #9 (7")||Hot Wax||HS-7003||US||1970|
|HWX 101||The Flaming Ember||Westbound No.9 / Why Don't You Stay (7", Single, Promo)||Hot Wax||HWX 101||UK||1972|
|HS 7003||The Flaming Ember||Westbound #9 (7")||Hot Wax||HS 7003||US||1970|
|HS 7003||The Flaming Ember||Westbound # 9 (7", Promo)||Hot Wax||HS 7003||US||1970|
A Stagecoach Production
Issued on solid centre Hot Wax labels in black & white.
Codici a barre
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): YHWX 101 A-1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): YHWX 101 B-1
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): YHWX 101 A
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): YHWX 101 B
- Published By – Ardmore & Beechwood Ltd.
- Produced For – Stagecoach Productions
- Made By – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
- Pressed By – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
The LP that features the single Westbound No. 9 by Flaming Ember, labelled as blue-eyed soul in those days, at the end there is a bonus track as 1999 13 Songs. Westbound Number 9. Flaming free to Flaming Ember Westbound 9 Spinning Wheel, Westbound 9 and more. 12 tracks 37:36. Friday 8 November 2019. Saturday 9 November 2019. Sunday 10 November 2019. Part of CastleSequel's impeccable, indispensable InvictusHot Wax reissue series of 1999, Westbound No. 9: The Hot Wax Sessions contains nearly all of blue-eyed soul group Flaming Ember's output for the label, including their two albums and non-LP singles and B-sides. The Flaming Ember - Westbound No. Flaming Ember - Westbound No 9 1969 full album 41:21. Flaming Ember - Westbound 9 3:38. Flaming Ember - Westbound 9 - 4:08. The Flaming Ember - Shades Of Green - 3:47. Añadir a la Lista. The Flaming Ember was an American blue-eyed soul band from Detroit, Michigan, who found commercial success starting in the late 1960s. The group originally formed in Detroit, Michigan in 1964. At that time, they were known as The Flaming Embers, for a local Detroit restaurant. In 1969, they signed with the newly formed Hot Wax Records, the label founded by Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, and Edward Holland, Jr. after the band had recorded for a number of smaller Detroit-area labels since 1965. Westbound 9. Flaming Ember. Released 1970. Westbound 9 Tracklist. Westbound 9 Lyrics. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download