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Winds of Past

by Tin House

From the 60's to the present,this group will take you on a one hour tour of awesome guitar solos,vocals and rhythm you will never forget.Twelve original songs that will knock you out.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. What Your Head Says
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2. Thundercloud
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3. Don't Destroy Our Future
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4. Long Gone
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5. World of Ours
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6. All Your Love
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7. Be Good and Be Kind
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8. It's Your Day
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9. Allusion
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10. Straight and Cold
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11. Photograph
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12. Winds of Past
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Album Notes
TIN HOUSE was formed in 1969 by original members Floyd Radford – Guitar, Mike Logan – Drums and Jeff Cole – Lead Vocal and Bass. They were one of the first progressive rock bands to be signed to a major label out of the Central Florida area. Their debut album entitled TIN HOUSE was released on Epic Records in 1970. This album produced by Rick Derringer went on to win international acclaim.

Fast Forward to 2009 TIN HOUSE releases their new album “WINDS OF PAST” .
The new lineup of the band still includes Floyd Radford and Mike Logan. In addition joining them now are new members David Mikeal - Lead Vocals, Guitar and Keyboards, Robby Crouse – Guitar and Jimmy Smith – Bass.
Their new album release “Winds Of Past” is quickly
proving that TIN HOUSE is still a driving force in the musical arena!


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If you bought the origional you will like it.
Musicianship precise and mature. Guitar playing ability and speed much improved from youth. Voice can be weak and sometimes not well executed. Some Metal voice pieces border on being annoying and some composition too filler. Overall quality I would say is better. I think I would like it better if the entire voice track was removed. The sound has changed. A bit like biker rock but borderline. Having listened to this CD I would buy it again. And yes the sample review does not do it justice. I think the Genra is not so easy to classify.


Title track is a 10
Winds of change song number 12 stands out from the rest as being great and fresh. Great mix and artistic integration of sound clips from the past. Primal full of energy and punch. To the group I would point a finger at that track and say that is your sound. They seem to tap the energy of their youth on this one.

Stan Tribble

Winds of Past - CD
Having witnessed several gigs and several practices I have to admit that this CD knocked my socks off. I thoroughly enjoyed watching Tin House live, but they really captured lightning in a bottle in my opinion. If you are a guitar player then this CD is for you. David Mikeal did a masterful job in cranking out a great CD with his instruments as well as his control at the mixer. Floyd is spot on and very tasteful with his solos. We all slow down as we age, but Floyd's fingers did not get that memo. Robby Crouse is a natural for Tin House. Having played many times over the years with Floyd he compliments the band in a huge way. Jimmy Smith brings his own spice to the lineup. Jimmy is renowned in the Bluegrass circles and is even proficient at the stand up bass. While Jimmy does great throughout the entire CD I really like what he does on the Winds of Past track. And of course there is the ever charismatic Mike Logan. Mike brought the steady beat, the energy, and even a little comic relief (Allusion). Mike was good enough to construct an elevated stage on his property to allow for a CD release concert of this new CD. A good time was had by all!
Ok - as far as the actual review goes I will say that this CD brings a variety of music to the table. It contains a combination of the following:

Previously unpublished songs written and performed by Tin House.

A re-make of a very successful song from the original Tin House album (Be Good and Be Kind). Note that this version has been changed a little from the original version.

Some old music that was written by the orignal Tin House, but never previously recorded.

Some old music that was written by both Floyd Radford and David Mikeal (separately), but never previously recorded.

In the end this is one of those albums (CD's) that just grow on you.

The samples to the left (on this website) are decent, but they do not showcase the awesome solos by the 3 great guitarists who grace this CD.