Rso, Ride A Dove – Untitled. Split between NJ's RSO and Ride A Dove. Released on both cassette and CDr. First 50 copies of the CDr are numbered and come in a handmade gatefold sleeve.
Radio Free America is the debut studio album released by RSO, a duo featuring ex-Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora and Australian guitarist Orianthi. The album was released May 11, 2018. Sambora and girlfriend, Orianthi recorded the album over two years, mostly in their Los Angeles home and the album was produced by Bob Rock (Mötley Crüe, Metallica, Bon Jovi). Sambora and Orianthi explore a wide variety of genres on the album, including rock, blues, pop, R&B and country
On Ride a Dove, their subversion of what is commonly regarded as music is produced in a spontaneous fashion and with a lo-fi production value that leaves something to desired. Though this rawness and disregard is all part of the character, fans of the Dead C, Merzbow, and some of Sonic Youth's noise offshoots will find this album thrilling.
RSO Album Discography, Part 2: The RSO Releases By Patrice Eyries, Dave Edwards, and Mike Callahan Last update: January 22, 2007. RSO was first distributed by Atlantic from 1973 to 1975, and used the "SO" prefix in their various series. The label is pale orange (or tan) with black lettering; "RSO" is written in white lettering in a red cow on the top half of the label. During the Atlantic years, the following text is written in the form of an arc at the bottom of the label: "DIST. BY ATLANTIC RECORDING CORP.
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- Bass, Electronics – Chris Lake
- Bass, Vocals, Drums – Mordechai Rosenblatt (tracks: 1)
- Drums, Theremin, Bass – C.J. Frederick (tracks: 1)
- Drums, Vocals – Joe Dellaquila* (tracks: 1)
- Electronics – Ryan Donnelly (tracks: 2, 3, 4)
- Guitar, Electronics – Matt Jannicelli (tracks: 2,3,4)
- Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Drums – Ryan Owens (tracks: 1)