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Legs Diamond

Legs Diamond was an obscure hard rock/heavy metal band from the late '70s. Founding members Michael Diamond (bass) and Jeff Poole (drums) were originally from the San Francisco area, but it wasn't until the duo relocated to Los Angeles that they found the missing pieces to the puzzle -- singer Rick Sanford, guitarist Roger Romeo, and keyboard player/guitarist Mike Prince -- resulting in a recording contract with Mercury. 1977 saw a pair of releases, a self-titled debut and A Diamond Is a Hard Rock, and although they supported both albums with arena tours opening for such major rock acts as Styx, Ted Nugent, and Kiss, neither failed to dent the charts. Shortly after a switch to the independent Cream label a year later, Legs Diamond issued their third release overall, Fire Power, which was a more mainstream-oriented release, as the group hoped that the switch would bring them breakthrough success. The ploy didn't work, as it was even more poorly received than their previous releases, leading to the group's breakup shortly thereafter. In 1984, Sanford, Romeo, and Prince revived the group (with newcomers Dusty Watson on drums and Mike Christie on bass), issuing several ignored albums -- 1984's Out on Bail, 1986's Land of the Gun, and 1990's Town Bad Girl -- before splitting up once more. But in 2001, Legs Diamond was revived again for a new release, The Wish. ~ Greg Prato, Rovi
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awesome band. Captured At la semana alegre in san Antonio.stil l listen to it toda y.
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Really underrated rock band.
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Woman......a n amazing song! A diamond is a hard rock baby!!
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I Love this f**ken song "Woman"!!!
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in,L.A. these guys were huge used to play at a biker club right out side the navy base
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51 now and will never grow out of this good ol Rock~N~Roll. Just seen Rick S at the Phoenix Salon in New Braunfels Tx. April 2014
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Worked with Rick pouring concrete great. Guy
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The drummer Jeff Poole was my best friend growing up in the Oakland ca suburbs great drummer great guy have not seen him in years that Tom petty concert in s.f. Was pretty cool.
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Still get to see Rick Sanford jam here in San Antonio Tx ,busting out all the classics.
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Brings back good memories of 70s South Texas concert scene. Back then we had real music to listen to. Not the crap being pawned on us nowadays!
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Reading these comments makes me want to say "those were the days" -- damn I wish I didn't have to. Glad we lived it, guys -- and gals! Very few youngsters feel like picking it up. Check out Meagan Tubb & Shady People - they're rocking in Austin.
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The doors made it big, but legs diamond didn't, long story short the doors suck, legs diamond rocks
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stevek845
all-time under-rated top ten
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Bad A**! That's ROCK N ROLL!
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kiteflyingfr a n k l i n
Never play commercializ e d hard rock, IF ITS TO LOUD YOUR TO OLD !!!!
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Kick a** band american rock wheres the live shows on dvd too my rock nation bros
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Every metal genre you'll need right here.
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dimmwitness
The first album is one of those rare ones where every song is good
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like always the critics are full of crap these guys have always ROCKED when I heard them in 78 in High School I went and got their LP
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nik_dangr
Thought it was UFO when I heard it Flying Too High.
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dont forget billy thorpe
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nik_dangr
Little bit of Van Halen in there. Or a lot.
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I worked for the AWHQ in Austin Texas and L.D. Played there they rocked the hall my A** still herts got to meet all the band, partyed with them after the show WOW
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seen every show in Texas up to moving away-partied with them one New Years Eve- great guys-awesome live shows-need a new album
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Just try to find vinyl from these guys...tough ! ! - Cuz I got 'em all and you don't, ha,ha!
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gwaith
Awesome. How did I not hear about this Band before?
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cs2929
They say San Fran and LA....but San Anto is their real home base.
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Old band, saw them a couple times in the late 70's in Texas, excellent music, excellent sound, not sure why they did not make it.........g o o d songs on both original recordings, not sure about newer stuff...glad they showed up on my playlist under Moxy........ a n o t h e r old, short lived, excellent band
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I saw this band in McAllen, TX and I don't care what the critics say...They smoked our asses with some serious rock poundage. I loved them and still do.
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I know it Rock,s!!!!!!
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the unsung heroes of 70's metal
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i saw them 2 times at la semana
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jayz06
great band brings back memories for sure 30 years where did it go
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satin peacock et al takes me back 30... years

these dewds dew AR-OH-CEE-KA Y ! ! ! ! ! ! ! wish it was more available; Angel, too
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bill_fraser1 1
No milo it was Sunken Gardens Out on Bail
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Sounds like old Priest
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milosdad
Hey Bill Fraser, was it at La Semana?
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bill_fraser1 1
Legs Diamond was the first band I worked for I was hooked and have been building stages and rigging shows since. Rick Sanford now lives in San Antonio
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milosdad
I got caught stealing thier second album, which they had just autographed for me. I got to keep it.
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I lived in San Antonio in the mid 80s. "Woman" was huge and Legs Diamond would pull on the spandex and live the rockstar life while they were in town. We didn't know that the rest of the world didn't know who they were. They missed out!

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