A new one-dollar app and eBook tell the story of the making of Bad Company’s 1979 album Desolation Angels.
From loud rocker to delicate acoustic song, the quality within Desolation Angels was across the board.
Author Martin Popoff explains:
“Well, yes, snuck this one in as part of my new Ye Olde Metal “chapter” series although it ain’t too heavy. But Bad Company was considered somewhat of a hard rock band back in all of the ’70s, and this is the one I connected with the most, Desolation Angels Swan Songing around with In Through The Out Door, both records struck by a certain ennui.
“Turns out it’s a bit of a band favourite as well, and here’s the record’s story, as told by Paul Rodgers, Mick Ralphs and Simon Kirke.
“This one’s particularly packed with pictures, photography courtesy of Rich Galbraith, and memorabilia.”
Ye Olde Metal: Bad Company’s Desolation Angels is available as a 27-page eBook in high-resolution PDF format from www.zunior.com and as an app for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch in the iTunes App store:
Y&T’s Black Tiger, Motörhead’s Overkill and Whitesnake’s Ready An’ Willing are also available as apps and eBooks in the Ye Olde Metal single-album series.