Roy Buchanan - Loading Zone German Release 12" VINYL LP ALBUM

"Loading Zone" is the 1977,studio album released by the Blues, Jazz Rock guitarist "ROY BUCHANAN". This album was produced by Stanley Clarke. This web-page has hi-res photos of the album covers, record label and a detailed description.


Album cover photos of : Roy Buchanan Loading Zone
Front cover Photo of Roy Buchanan Loading Zone  

Album Production: 

Produced by Stanley Clarke
Music Genre:  Jazz Blues Rock Music

Record Label Information:

Polydor 2391 295 ( 2391295 )
Media Format: 12" Vinyl LP Gramophone

Year and Country:

1977 Made in Germany
Band Members and Musicians on: Roy Buchanan Loading Zone
  • Raymond Gomez - rhythm guitars
  • Stanley Clarke - bass
  • Narada Michael Warden - drums
  • Malcolm Lukens - organ, piano
  • Jan Hammer - piano
  • Scott Musmanno - vocals
  • Steve Cropper - rhythm guitar
  • Dennis Parker - bass
  • David Garibaldi - drums
  • Donald "Duck" Dunn - bass
  • Will Lee - bass
Track Listing of: Roy Buchanan Loading Zone
  1. The heat of the battle
  2. Hidden
  3. The circle
  4. Adventures of Brer Rabbit and Tar Baby
  5. Ramon's blues
  6. Green onions
  7. Judy
  8. Done your daddy dirty
  9. Your love
Index of ROY BUCHANAN Vinyl Album Discography and Album Cover Gallery

  Biography of: Roy Buchanan (Real-name: Leroy Buchanan ) was an American guitarist and blues musician, born on 23 September 1939, in Ozark, Arkansas. He was known for his innovative and eclectic style that blended elements of blues, country, rock, and jazz. Buchanan first gained recognition in the 1960s and 1970s for his virtuoso guitar playing and was considered one of the greatest guitarists of all time by many musicians and fans.

 He released numerous albums throughout his career, including "A Street Called Straight" (1976), "When a Guitar Plays the Blues" (1977), and "Dancing on the Edge" (1987). Buchanan's signature song, "Sweet Dreams", became one of his biggest hits.

 Buchanan struggled with personal and financial problems throughout his life and died on August 14, 1988, at the age of 48. Despite his troubled life, he remains an influential figure in the world of blues and rock music.