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APRIL WINE <br> Power Play 1982 <br> (EMI/Capitol Records - Out of Print)

Details: Capitol ST-12218, stereo, burgundy label with silver print, 1982

Condition: Vinyl VG++, Jacket VG+

This album is out of print and only available (expensively) on CD as a Canadian Import.

From the All Music Guide:

April Wine formed in late 1969 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, but vocalist/guitarist Myles Goodwyn, guitarist David Henman, drummer Ritchie Henman and bassist Jimmy Henman soon moved to Montreal. "Fast Train," their first hit, appeared in 1971, the same year as the self-titled debut album. Jimmy Henman left soon after and was replaced by Jimmy Clench. The next year brought the band's first Canadian number one single, "You Could Have Been a Lady," from On Record. David and Ritchie Henman left before the next album, Electric Jewels, could be recorded; they were replaced by Jerry Mercer and Gary Moffet. After April Wine Live (1974) and Stand Back (1975), Steve Lang replaced Clench, who left to join Bachman-Turner Overdrive and later Loverboy. In 1976, The Whole World's Goin' Crazy became the first Canadian album to go platinum and their resulting tour was the first to gross one million dollars. Forever for Now appeared in 1976, followed by April Wine Live at the El Mocambo in 1977. Guitarist Brian Greenway was added that same year, making the band a sextet. After 1978's First Glance and 1979's Harder...Faster, "Just Between You and Me" became April Wine's biggest U.S. hit. The single (one of three Top 40 American singles by the band) propelled 1981's Nature of the Beast to platinum-record status. Power Play followed in 1982, and 1984's Animal Grace was their last album.

The tracks are:
1 Anything You Want, You Got It 4:45
2 Enough Is Enough 4:04
3 If You See Kay 3:51
4 What If We Fall in Love 4:22
5 Waiting on a Miracle 4:06
6 Doin' It Right 3:43
7 Ain't Got Your Love 4:31
8 Blood Money 5:22
9 Tell Me Why 3:16
10 Runners in the Night 5:15

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