Dust was an American northeast power trio that released two albums, Dust and Hard Attack, on Kama Sutra in 1971/72. Members: Richie Wise (electric guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals), Marc Bell [Marky Ramone] (drums), Kenny Aaronson (bass, steel guitar, Dobro, bottleneck guitar) Background Dust formed in 1969 in New York City when guitarist Richie Wise teamed […]


Stories was an American art-rock|pop band from N.Y.C. that released the 1972–73 albums Stories and About Us on Kama Sutra. After the departure of keyboardist and co-writer Michael Brown, singer Ian Lloyd took rein for the single “Brother Louie” and a third album, Traveling Underground. Brown hailed from baroque pop legends The Left Banke. Members: […]


Derringer were an American hard-rock band from New York that released three studio albums and two live discs on CBS-subsidiary Blue Sky between 1976 and 1978. Namesake guitarist/vocalist Rick Derringer had a string of solo albums to his credit as well as time with Johnny Winter, Edgar Winter, and ’60s pop-rockers The McCoys. Bassist Kenny […]

Dust ‎– Dust (1971)

Dust is the first of two albums by the namesake American hard-rock trio, released in 1971 on Kama Sutra. Tracklist: A1. “Stone Woman” (4:02) A2. “Chasin’ Ladies” (3:34) A3. “Goin’ Easy” (4:28) A4. “Love Me Hard” (5:25) B1. “From a Dry Camel” (9:49) B2. “Often Shadows Felt” (5:10) B3. “Loose Goose” (3:48) Credits: Richie Wise […]