Origins Vol.1, Ace Frehley, Entertainment One Music, 2016.
Ace Frehley has been on a roll. His most recent efforts, Anomaly (2009) and Space Invader (2014) were both excellent. Frehley hopes to continue this upwards trend with Origins Vol. 1.
Originally, the album was conceived as a backup plan in case Frehley didn’t release Space Invader in time to capitalize on KISS’ 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction. Ace delivered on both counts as Space Invader came out in due time and we get this album as a bonus. Origins Vol. 1, like it’s title implies, sees Ace going back to his roots covering artists he grew up listening to. The likes of Cream, Jimi Hendrix, Thin Lizzy, Led Zeppelin, Free and Steppenwolf are covered and in some instances, Frehley’s own body of work with KISS.
“White Room” starts the album with a bang. Under Ace’s wing…
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