Superb two albums by ex-Thin Lizzy's Brian Robertson and Rainbow's Jimmy Bain. The first album was produced by Trevor Rabin and you can certainly hear his influence. In style probably more Lizzy than Rainbow really although I think Jimmy Bain was more committed to Wild Horses than Robertson was as he jumped ship after second album. Bain tried to continue, recruiting John Lockton and the Archer brothers, Rueben and Laurence [Stampede] but the new band folded after a few gigs and Bain went on to join Dio. Brian Robertson of course teamed up with Motorhead. Absolutely essential listening!
Ripped from good quality vinyl for your listening pleasure. The vinyl was centralized which means there was absolutely no side to side movement of the tone arm. This is usually the major flaw with vinyl as it causes a "WOWING" effect noticable to most audiophiles. It is caused by the hole not being entirely central and is more annoying than the occasional click in my opinion.
Note: The band also featured Neil Carter on guitar and keyboards. He went on to enjoy a stint with UFO.