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Loz is currently playing guitar live with the Sharpeez www.sharpeez.webs.com
New Loz Netto solo album in production to be available October 2019
Blue Skies by Loz Netto from the Soho Production Music album Eighties Rock SOHO_212
Crossroads from Loz Netto’s  Replay album.
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Blue Skies by Loz Netto from the Soho Production Music album Eighties Rock SOHO_212
Loz is currently playing guitar live with the Sharpeez www.sharpeez.webs.com
To licence Loz Netto production Music, go to: www.sohoproductionmusic.co.uk Phone: +44(0) 203627 0869 E. info@sohoproductionmusic.com To stream Loz Netto music go to: Spotify or: itunes To download LozNetto songs go to: Google Play Store    
New Loz Netto solo album in production to be available October 2019
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Crossroads from Loz Netto’s  Replay album.
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'We Touch' from the Loz Netto Atlantic album
The Loz Netto Band 'Use Me Up' from the Bridge of Dreams album
The Loz Netto Band 'Slow Down'
The Loz Netto Band 'This is Hip' from the Bridge of Dreams album
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Automatic Mode by The Sharpeez from the ‘Wild One’ album
‘Fade Away from the Loz Netto’s Bzar album
The Loz Netto Band 'Dixie Chicken' from the Bridge of Dreams album
Peter Antony from radio Caroline talks to Loz Netto
Welcome to the official LOZ NETTO website
Watch Loz Netto video’s below and many more at:
Peter Antony from radio Caroline talks to Loz Netto
‘We Touch’ from the Loz Netto Atlantic album
‘Fade Away’ from the Loz Netto’s BZAR album
‘Automatic Mode’ by the Sharpeez from the ‘Wild One’ album
The Loz Netto Band ‘Use Me Up’ from the ‘Bridge of Dreams’ album
The Loz Netto Band ‘Slow Down’
The Loz Netto Band ‘This is Hip’ from the ‘Bridge of Dreams’ album
The Loz Netto Band ‘Dixie Chicken’ from the ‘Bridge of Dreams’ album
Loz Netto started his professional career at seventeen playing guitar on tour for Ben 'E' King (Ex lead singer for The Drifters, playing songs such as 'Stand by Me' and 'Under the Boardwalk' He then joined the cult soul/funk band Moon as guitarist and songwriter and signed to CBS records, the band recorded two albums for the label ‘Too Close For Comfort’ in 1976 and ‘Turning THe Tides’ in 1977 while touring the UK and Europe extensively. Loz then went on to become a founder member of the band 'Sniff 'n' The Tears' and recorded a further two albums the first album ‘Fickle Heart’ became an  acclaimed and award winning album the single ‘Drivers Seat’ became a critical and commercial success around the world, reaching number fifteen on the Billboard chart in the USA in 1979 This success meant tours in Europe and the USA After coming back from a three month tour of America we went back in the studio and recorded the second album ‘Games Up’ engineered by Steve Lipson  While with the band Loz appeared on various T.V shows including Top of The Pops, The Old Grey Whistle Test, European and U.S.A T.V Then Loz broke his arm in a motorbyke accident and was laid up for many months. In 1982 Loz launched a solo career signing to ATV music publishing, and Polygram records, he recorded his first critically acclaimed solo album Loz Netto’s BZAR in 1982 at George Martins Air studio’s His first single 'Fade Away' appeared in the U.S top 40 in six weeks. The single also went top ten in Holland and charted in most European countries. Loz recorded a second album at Chipping Norton studios entitled ‘You Are Rhythm’ In 1986 Loz went on to record an album for Atlantic records just called ‘Loz Netto’ being personally signed by founder Ahmet Ertigun, again the album received critical acclaim and various songs were used in U.S films and T.V programs. Loz also signed a publishing deal with EMI/Screen Gems in Los Angeles. In 1988 Loz was commissioned to record an album for Gene Simmons L.A label Simmons records. Which he recorded at his private studio’s in Suffolk. U.K The studio later went on to record albums for Betty Boo, album: ‘Boo Mania’  Thomas Dolby, album:  ‘Astronauts & Heretics’ Lene Lovich album:  ‘March’ Plus many others. Loz has also toured with:Tasmin Archer. ’Sleeping Satelite’ and played guitar in Paul Young’s Los Pacamenos. Loz has recorded over 37 albums and has had his songs covered by Chaka Khan, Joe Walsh, Rick James, Kenny Logins, Rap artist Kool Kieth plus many others. Loz has had songs placed in the movie remake `And God Created Woman` `Miami Vice` plus instrumentals in numerous T.V programmes internationally. Loz Netto is now a full time freelance writer/composer currently working under commission for various publishing companies at his private studio whilst also doing live performances currently playing guitar with The Sharpeez. To hear any of Loz’s current production albums please go to Google Play Store to purchase, or Spotify and itunes to stream and just type in Loz Netto. In 2014 Loz completed writing four children’s books under the name of Lawrence T Netto available on the Amazon kindle platform. The titles are: Milo’s Big Shoe, Milo Little Planes and Tall Stories, Milo And The House, and Milo Up On The Hill. In 2019 Loz plans to complete a new solo album and in May 2019 will be recording an album with his old pal Luigi Salvoni on drums and production with Alan Feldman on keys so three of the original Sniff ‘n’ The Tears boys back together again, bass duties will be handled by Luigis son James so bit of a family affair. It would of been nice to have Micky Dyche join us, the other original Sniff guitar slinger but he decided to hang up his spurs and go play for the big mans band in the sky R.I.P Micky.
Loz Netto Biog
Loz Netto Biog
Loz Netto started his professional career at seventeen playing guitar on tour for Ben E' King (Ex lead singer for The Drifters, playing songs such as 'Stand by Me' and 'Under the Boardwalk' He then joined the cult soul/funk band Moon as guitarist and songwriter and signed to CBS records, the band recorded two albums for the label ‘Too Close For Comfort’ in 1976 and ‘Turning THe Tides’ in 1977 while touring the UK and Europe extensively. Loz then went on to become a founder member of the band 'Sniff 'n' The Tears' and recorded a further two albums the first album ‘Fickle Heart’ became an  acclaimed and award winning album the single ‘ Drivers Seat’ became a critical and commercial success around the world, reaching number fifteen on the Billboard chart in the USA in 1979 This success meant tours in Europe and the USA After coming back from a three month tour of America we went back in the studio and recorded the second album ‘Games Up’ engineered by Steve Lipson  While with the band Loz appeared on various T.V shows including Top of The Pops, The Old Grey Whistle Test, European and U.S.A T.V Then Loz broke his arm in a motorbyke accident and was laid up for many months. In 1982 Loz launched a solo career signing to ATV music publishing, and Polygram records, he recorded his first critically acclaimed solo album Loz Netto’s BZAR in 1982 at George Martins Air studio’s His first single 'Fade Away' appeared in the U.S top 40 in six weeks. The single also went top ten in Holland and charted in most European countries. Loz recorded a second album at Chipping Norton studios entitled ‘You Are Rhythm’ In 1986 Loz went on to record an album for Atlantic records just called ‘Loz Netto’ being personally signed by founder Ahmet Ertigun, again the album received critical acclaim and various songs were used in U.S films and T.V programs. Loz also signed a publishing deal with EMI/Screen Gems in Los Angeles. In 1988 Loz was commissioned to record an album for Gene Simmons L.A label Simmons records. Which he recorded at his private studio’s in Suffolk. U.K The studio later went on to record albums for Betty Boo, album: ‘Boo Mania’  Thomas Dolby, album:  ‘Astronauts & Heretics’ Lene Lovich album:  ‘March’ Plus many others. Loz has also toured with:Tasmin Archer. ’Sleeping Satelite’ and played guitar in Paul Young’s Los Pacamenos. Loz has recorded over 37 albums and has had his songs covered by Chaka Khan, Joe Walsh, Rick James, Kenny Logins, Rap artist Kool Kieth plus many others. Loz has had songs placed in the movie remake `And God Created Woman` `Miami Vice` plus instrumentals in numerous T.V programmes internationally. Loz Netto is now a full time freelance writer/composer currently working under commission for various publishing companies at his private studio whilst also doing live performances currently playing guitar with The Sharpeez. To hear any of Loz’s current production albums please go to Google Play Store to purchase, or Spotify and itunes to stream and just type in Loz Netto. In 2014 Loz completed writing four children’s books under the name of Lawrence T Netto available on the Amazon kindle platform. The titles are: Milo’s Big Shoe, Milo Little Planes and Tall Stories, Milo And The House, and Milo Up On The Hill. In 2019 Loz plans to complete a new solo album and in May 2019 will be recording an album with his old pal Luigi Salvoni on drums and production with Alan Feldman on keys so three of the original Sniff ‘n’ The Tears boys back together again, bass duties will be handled by Luigis son James so bit of a family affair. It would of been nice to have Micky Dyche join us, the other original Sniff guitar slinger but he decided to hang up his spurs and go play for the big mans band in the sky R.I.P Micky.
        Click on album cover's for album credit’s and to hear Mp3 snips
Loz         Netto's Bzar
You         Are Rhythm
Loz Netto        
Let's         Fool Around
Perfect         World
Simple         Jack
Replay
The Loz Netto Band
Title Label Catalogue No: Year Released To hear all Warner/Chapell albums click on the link below and type in Loz Netto in the search engine.
Loz Netto’s Production Music albums.
Drifting Peaceful Warner/Chapell Car 341 2001 Country USA-Dobro/Banjo-2 Warner/Chapell Car 399 2007 Crime Scene Investigation-2 Warner/Chapell Car 377 2008 Health Lifestyles Leisure Warner/Chapell Car 408 2011 Crime Terror Inteligence Warner/Chapell Car 416A_09 2011 _______________________________________________________________________ DeWolfe Production Music albums Lifestyle TV Two Loz Netto Atmospheric Guitars DeWolfe Music DWCD0387 2005 Lifestyle Home & Leisure 2 DeWolfe Music DWCOM36 2012 _______________________________________________________________________ Soho Production Music albums
80’s New Romantics       Soho Music Production       SOHO_136 2014
Science/Nature        Soho Music Production SOHO_144 2014
Three tracks 1) Fresh Tech 2) Natural Elements 3) Search For Solutions Prog Rock Soho Music Production SOHO_142 2014
Single track entitled: ‘Spaced Out’
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Title Label Catalogue No: Year Released
Country Gold Soho Music Production SOHO_178 2017
Easy Acoustic Leisure Soho Music Production SOHO_202 2018
Eighties Rock Soho Music Production SOHO_212 2019
Blues Rock - Volume One       Soho Music Production       SOHO_115         2012
        Click on album cover's for album credit’s and to hear Mp3 snips
Loz         Netto's Bzar
You         Are Rhythm
Loz Netto        
Let's         Fool Around
Perfect         World
Simple         Jack
Replay
The Loz Netto Band
Loz Netto’s Production Music albums.
To hear all Warner/Chapell albums click on the link below you will need to register, in the search box type in Loz Netto all the albums below will be listed. It will be worth it. All other links take you straight to the sites.
Title Label Catalogue No: Year Released
Drifting Peaceful Warner/Chapell Car 341 2001 Country USA- Dobro/Banjo-2 Warner/Chapell Car 399 2007 Crime Scene Investigation-2 Warner/Chapell Car 377 2008 Health Lifestyles Leisure Warner/Chapell Car 408 2011 Crime Terror Inteligence Warner/Chapell Car 416A_09 2011 _______________________________________________________________________ DeWolfe Production Music albums Lifestyle TV Two Loz Netto Atmospheric Guitars DeWolfe Music DWCD0387 2005 Lifestyle Home & Leisure 2 DeWolfe Music DWCOM36 2012 _______________________________________________________________________ Soho Production Music albums Blues Rock-Volume One Soho Music Production SOHO_115 2012
80’s New Romantic     Soho Music Production       SOHO_136 2014
Science/Nature Soho Music Production SOHO_144 2014
Three tracks 1) Fresh Tech 2) Natural Elements 3) Search For Solutions Prog Rock Soho Music Production SOHO_142 2014
Single track entitled: ‘Spaced Out’
Country Gold Soho Music Production SOHO_178 2017
Easy Acoustic Leisure Soho Music Production SOHO_202 2018
Eighties Rock Soho Music Production SOHO_212 2019
In the band Moon 1973
In Sniff ‘n’ The Tears 1976
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Diskography
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To Close For Comfort Moon C.B.S Records - 1972 Turning The Tides Moon C.B.S Records - 1973 Andy Desmond Andy Desmond Ariola Records - 1974 Fickle Heart Sniff ‘n’ The Tears Ace Records - 1976 The Games Up Sniff ‘n ‘ The Tears Ace Records - 1978 Loz Netto’s Bzar Loz Netto 21 Records/Polydor - 1982 You Are Rhythm Loz Netto 21 Records/Polydor - 1984 Loz Netto Loz Netto Atlantic Records - 1986 Boo Mania Betty Boo Rhythm King Records - 1989 March Lene Lovich Pathfinder Records - 1989 Let’s Fool Around Loz Netto Simmonds Records 1990 Astronauts & Heretics Thomas Dolby Warner Bro’s - 1992 Thru My Eyes Bret Robertson Andy’s Records - 1994 Perfect World Loz Netto L.N Productions - 1994 All THe Kings Men Tower Struck Down Reaction Records - 1996 170 Not Out Colonel Hathi Off it Records - 1996 Simple Jack Loz Netto L.N Productions - 1999 Hauptsache Wind Loz Netto Wolftone Music (Berlin) - 2001 Drifting Peacefull Loz Netto Carlin Music - 2001 Atmospheric Guitar Moods Loz Netto DeWolfe Music - 2003 Crime Scene Investigations - 2 Loz Netto Carlin Music - 2004 Anything is Possible Eye Talk Eye Talk Records - 2005 Replay Loz Netto L.N Productions - 2007 Country USA - Dobro/Banjo Loz Netto Carlin Music - 2007 Lifestyles Leisure Loz Netto Warner/Chapell - 2010 Bridge of Dreams The Loz Netto Band Live Feralboy Records - 2010 In The Name of Change James Salvoni Ace Records - 2012 Blues Rock: Volume One Loz Netto Soho Production Music - 2012 80’s New Romantics Loz Netto Soho Production Music - 2014 Science/Nature Loz Netto Soho Production Music - 2014 Prog Rock Loz Netto Soho Production Music - 2014 Country Gold Loz Netto Soho Production Music - 2017 Easy Acoustic Leisure Loz Netto Soho Production Music - 2018 Wild One The Sharpeez 360 Records - 2018 Eighties Rock Loz Netto Soho Production Music - 2018
Ckaka Khan, album title: ‘Chaka Khan’ Joe Walsh, album title: ‘The Confessor’ Two of Loz’s songs ‘We Touch’ and ‘Any Fool’ were heavily featured in the Hollywood movie remake of ‘And God Created Woman’ ‘We Touch’ was also featured in the Miami Vice TV show, episode: ‘The Noon Plane’ The L.A rap artist Kool Kieth sampled the song ‘Slow Dancing’ from The Loz Netto’s Bzar album. Border Crossing a new UK act sampled one of Loz’s instrumentals and dropped it into their current album, which recieved top rating in MOJO, 4 star rating THe Times, Top review The Independant. Unfortunately I can’t claim all the glory but I’ll try. Good album guy’s.
Diskography
To Close For Comfort Moon C.B.S Records - 1972 Turning The Tides Moon C.B.S Records - 1973 Andy Desmond Andy Desmond Ariola Records - 1974 Fickle Heart Sniff ‘n’ The Tears Ace Records - 1976 The Games Up Sniff ‘n ‘ The Tears Ace Records - 1978 Loz Netto’s Bzar Loz Netto 21 Records/Polydor-1982 You Are Rhythm Loz Netto 21 Records/Polydor-1984 Loz Netto Loz Netto Atlantic Records - 1986 Boo Mania Betty Boo      Rhythm King Records-1989 March Lene Lovich       Pathfinder Records - 1989 Let’s Fool Around Loz Netto Simmonds Records 1990 Astronauts & Heretics Thomas Dolby Warner Bro’s - 1992 Thru My Eyes Bret Robertson Andy’s Records - 1994 Perfect World Loz Netto L.N Productions - 1994 All THe Kings Men Tower Struck Down Reaction Records - 1996 170 Not Out Colonel Hathi Off it Records - 1996 Simple Jack Loz Netto L.N Productions - 1999 Hauptsache Wind Loz Netto Wolftone Music (Berlin) - 2001 Drifting Peacefull Loz Netto Carlin Music - 2001 Atmospheric Guitar Moods Loz Netto DeWolfe Music - 2003 Crime Scene Investigations - 2  Loz Netto Carlin Music - 2004 Anything is Possible Eye Talk Eye Talk Records - 2005 Replay Loz Netto L.N Productions - 2007 Country USA - Dobro/Banjo Loz Netto Carlin Music - 2007 Lifestyles Leisure Loz Netto Warner/Chapell - 2010 Bridge of Dreams The Loz Netto Band Feralboy Records - 2010 In The Name of Change James Salvoni Ace Records - 2012 Blues Rock: Volume One Loz Netto Soho Production Music - 2012 80’s New Romantics Loz Netto Soho Production Music - 2014 Science/Nature Loz Netto Soho Production Music - 2014 Prog Rock Loz Netto Soho Production Music - 2014 Country Gold Loz Netto Soho Production Music - 2017 Easy Acoustic Leisure Loz Netto Soho Production Music - 2018 Wild One The Sharpeez 360 Records - 2018 Eighties Rock Loz Netto Soho Production Music - 2018
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Reviews For The Loz Netto Band album 2010 'Bridge of Dreams' Blues Matters Magazine, issue 57, Dec 2010 to Jan 2011 The Loz Netto Band Bridge of Dreams, Feral Boy Records I didn’t know Loz Netto from Adam, but listening to this C.D I now have respect for a man who has taken everything that life has thrown at him, and still comes out fighting. I could come out with all sort of clichés about the musician having actually felt the blues ( and there’s no doubt he has), but for someone to be able to produce this quality after the punches ( some of them have been “low blows”) he’s taken from life is the mark of a real fighter! Enough of the boxing analogies, the combination of the man himself, Nigel Ball and Rob Kenny have produced a sparkling album which crosses some genres but is essentially a Rock and Blues production. Netto’s own composition “Bridge of Dreams” opens the album with dexterity of playing that sets a very high standard for himself. Unsurprisingly he maintains it throughout and it is perfectly complimented with the Bass fretwork of Ball and the sympathetic drum playing of Kenny! Netto has a blues voice to die for and “Dixie Chicken” on track 4 is raw and gutsy both vocally and musically. “Wild” is a perfect example on the penultimate track, of sharp lyrics superb guitar playing and percussion in total harmony. This is top stuff from start to finish; I’ll be looking out for more from this slick moving fighter. I couldn’t resist the last boxing cliché - sorry!! Tom Walker
Guitarist Magazine. Nov 19th 2010 The Loz Netto Band, ‘Bridge of Dreams’ 4 stars Feralboy Records. Loz Netto returns with this bluesy three-piece. His Southern sounding slide workouts are ingenious at times, and the highlights are covers of Little Feat’s Dixie Chicken and Lord Cooder’s Get Rhythm. This is quality slide alright. (BW) Classic Rock Magazine. Nov 2010 A weather-beaten journeyman previously scouted by Ahmet Ertegun and Gene Simmons, Loz Netto at his best is a lovely, languid guitarist and belting vocalist. Henry Yates.
Maverick Magazine Review: Nov 18th 2010 The Loz Netto Band BRIDGE OF DREAMS FeralBoy Records LNPCD08 ***1/2 Dripping with rocking sweat that is the product of many years of hard work The album consists of nine songs with many certainly hitting the spot. Recorded live, Loz’s guitar on Wild soothes the soul in a tune ideal for a late night listen. Although this band is in their infancy, here’s hoping that they at least reach their teens for the awesome sound they create is simply remarkable. To those who don’t know, Loz Netto should be regarded as a British legend. RH Adrian Phillips www.allgigs.co.uk Bridge of Dreams - The Loz Netto Band Album Review, September 2010 Until I was sent 'Bridge of Dreams' to review I knew nothing about Loz Netto (apart from his name sounding like a budget supermarket) but I'm now fully aware that he's a cracking blues/rock guitarist with a voice you could easily mistake for Clapton's. Recorded live and in the studio 'Bridge of Dreams' has a wonderful earthy feel to it and leaves your ears knowing they've had a good time.
Fatea Magazine. October 2010 http://www.fatea-records.co.uk/magazine/releases.html The Loz Netto Band Album:Bridge Of Dreams Label:Feralboy "Bridge Of Dreams" Has got a really live feel to it, and feels like it's trying to reach across that gap that takes the mundane into the good times. There's a freedom that flows off the fretboards and into the room, aided and abbetted by the man on the kit. This is a classic, guitar, bass, drum trio out to have a good time. It bristles with good times, correction, great times. Get Ready to ROCK! Album Reviews (Oct 2010) THE LOZ NETTO BAND Bridge Of Dreams Feral Boy Records Best known for his stint in the chart topping Sniff & the Tears, he's worked with industry big hitters including Ben E King, recorded for George Martin, been signed by Atlantic's Ahmed Ertegun, produced by Colin Thurston (Duran Duran) and he even got himself a deal with Gene Simmons's label for some movie soundtracks. He's back with an album that sparkles in parts. 'Bridge of Dreams is packed full of edgy 'live in the studio' workouts - and there's an undoubted bluster and real vigour to the playing. The album opens with the whammy bar dramatics of the title tack and muscularly works its way towards another highlight, a funky cover of Bill Withers', 'Use Me Up'. The eloquent guitar lines and his durable rhythm section see him home. When the trio kicks in they really work up a head of steam and a tension building dynamic that is thoroughly explored by Loz's dynamic guitar breaks. 'Wild' is a kick ass band at full stretch showing what they are capable of in the studio. And that is exactly what he does and as if to square the circle the closing funky groove of 'What U Dun' is the perfect meeting of structure, harmonics and improvisation. As it is, the trio's vibrant interplay alone merits 4 stars. **** Review by Pete Feenstra www.getreadytorock.com/reviews2010/loz_netto.htm
www.bluesinthenorthwest.co.uk Review 27th Oct 2010 THE LOZ NETTO BAND “Bridge Of Dreams” (Feral Boy Records – LNPCD08) “Bridge Of Dreams” is a nine-track album – three originals and six covers – recorded at various venues and in a rehearsal studio over the last two years, with no overdubs and nothing beyond two takes, just the trio playing live, all featuring Netto’s tough guitar and vocals and the driving rhythm section behind him, just three musicians enjoying themselves! The opening title cut, “Bridge Of Dreams”, is an instrumental dominated by Loz Netto’s guitar, an atmospheric, moody piece, with the pace taken up on a rocking version of the John Lee Hooker classic “This Is Hip”, with some fine slide guitar work. The timeless “Dixie Chicken”, grooves along nicely courtesy of the slide guitar and the rhythm section of Nigel Ball and Rob Kenny. another slide guitar showcase on “Wild”, with a rockabilly backbeat, and some more driving funk on the closing live cut “What U Dun” . .. it’s five and a half minutes giving the trio plenty of time and space to stretch out. GRAHAME RHODES
Blues in Britain Mag 3rd November 2010 The Loz Netto band-Bridge of Dreams Feralboy Records LNPCD08 Singer and guitarist Loz leads his bass man Nigel Ball and drummer Rob Kenny through a nicely raw and spirited set of borrowings and three originals on this CD. Though the opener (Incidentally the title track) is a tough guitar instrumental work- out a little reminiscent of the very early seventies, this is by no means a ‘typical’ blues set. That is not just because Loz includes a couple of excellent covers of Little Feat material, complete with sinuous whining slide guitar and laconic vocals. He also turns in a distinctive, blues rendition of Johnny Cash’s ‘Get Rhythm’ from 1956, whilst Bill Withers, ‘Use me Up’ is given the tough treatment, though remaining quite space-y. In more familiar territory maybe, he tackles John Lee Hooker’s ‘This is Hip’ leaving just enough of the Boogie Man to remind you who wrote it but ensuring it is no by rote copy. Keb’ Mo’s ‘Am I Wrong’ chugs along nicely. Loz’s own brace which finish the album are also more rock-inflected. This is a CD that extols the virtues of simplicity in it’s production and presentation. But then who needs over-produced blues. Netto-Blues-speak for ‘not bad at all’! Rating: 8- Norman Darwen
Round Up Time Blabber and Smoke December 11, 2010 by Paul Kerr The Loz Netto Band. Bridge of Dreams. While Blabber ‘n’ Smoke has a deep love and respect for blues music it has to be said that the majority of modern electric blues doesn’t rock the boat here. Going back to the roots of country blues is often appreciated (see the recent Tom Feldman review for example) but it’s far too easy to slip into a copycat mode and few artists have achieved the power and visceral feel of blues since the likes of John Campbell, Rainer Ptacek and Stevie ray Vaughn (all sadly deceased). This Loz Netto chap however is intriguing. With a history going back to London pub rock with the bands Moon and Sniff ‘n’ the Tears (remember the great Drivers Seat) and a cover of Little Feat’s Dixie Chicken on the album it begged a listen. On the face of it The Loz Netto Band are a typical three-piece blues band. However the opening song Bridge of Dreams is like the soundtrack to a film noir classic, As I said, intriguing. In fact there are no routine 12 bar blues here with covers of Alan Toussaint’s On Your Way Down and Lowell George’s Dixie Chicken owing more to the New Orleans southern soul slink that does fill our heart with wonder. With a nod to Ry Cooder in their cover of Cash’s Get Rhythm the band overall are tight and the fatback guitar sound employed by Netto is a welcome reminder of the great Danny Adler and Roogalator, another staple of those long lost pub rock years. Get hip and enjoy some gumbo here. Paul Kerr
THE TRUE SPIRITS RIDERS CLUB 2009 Having First Seen them play at AMOC North Surrey's Summer Party, then booking them for our own second anniversary party on the strength of that performance and then again seeing them play at AMOC North Surrey's October Party. We have pretty much decided that The LOZ NETTO BAND. Gets our vote for the best band we saw in 2009. The Video's below are just for reference, as good as they are they by no means do justice to the bands live performances. Trust us if your into Rock 'n' Blues with a modern twist then this band is simply brilliant, but you don't have to take our word for it. So if you get the chance check them out. They're a must see! Jon .Vice President -www.truespirits.co.uk
New Crawdaddy Blues Club review written by Mike Lightfoot 20th August 2009- LOZ NETTO BAND Every now and then Paul Dean pulls a rabbit out of the hat and this evening was no exception. The only thing that most of the audience new about Loz Netto was 'Driver's Seat' from a previous band, Sniff 'n' The Tears. By the time we went home, we'd been treated to an evening of top quality blues, heavily influenced by the great Little Feat. The band used their opening number as a sound check. By the time we'd got to the Ann Peebles classic 'I can't stand the Rain' the sound was sorted and the band shifted up a gear. With Bass player Nigel Ball playing like a lead guitarist and some very funky drumming (I didn't get the drummers name--sorry!!) Loz had ample room to demonstrate just what a superb guitarist he is. Highlights?? 'Crossroads' (a Loz original) , Keb Mo's 'Am I Wrong' and 'Dixie Chicken'. I look forward to seeing these guys again and
Loz Netto 'Replay' Reviewed by Grahame Rhodes, 24th Sep 2009 bluesinthenorthwest.com The 12 tracks here are all in a similar vein-a laid back stew of blues, funk, and soul. The opening 'Crossroads' is a benchmark for what follows - a smooth bluesy groove. 'Waiting For You' has some nice slow blues guitar and a Southern soul feel, 'Cruel Streak' is a swampy blues song, with the album closer 'Slide Of Hand' being a lovely guitar instrumental, very nice indeed, with touches of influences such as Ry Cooder and Lowell George.
Loz Netto 'Replay' Reviewed by Joe Geesin, Sep 2009 bluesmatters.com When he signed to Atlantic, it was done personally by Ahmet Ertigun - no mean feat. Chaka Khan, Rick James, Joe Walsh, and Kenny Rodgers have all covered Netto's songs. This new album definitely has a Bluesy feel, with a commercial soul and MOR feel. Pretty much everything is played by Netto, but some songs could easily be a four or five piece band in a dark and smoky bar. Some of the deep backing vocal harmonies are reminiscent of The Drifters. The guitar remaining intricate and Bluesy, From folk to to Blues to Soul and even Delta Blues the album is gentle yet varied.
BILLBOARD Album Picks First Time Around LOZ NETTO' Bzar, 21 Records T1-1-9003 (Polygram). Produced by Colin Thurston. Singer/songwriter Loz Netto is well familiar with the dance groove and the clever use of synthesizers, but you can tell he has aspirations beyond that, both musically and lyrically. You can hear his accomplishments falling short of his ambitions. He is in search of a Gary Numan type apotheosis, and his quest may attract a cult.
CASHBOX Reviews BZAR 'Loz Netto '21 Records/Polygram TL-1-9003 'Producer: Colin Thurston ' List: 8.98 Starting off with a fast-paced stepper called 'Fade Away', Loz Netto proceeds on this LP to take his audience on trips tro the Orient in 'Show Me' ('I love you when you're full of Eastern promise,' goes one line) and around the world to Martinique on 'Rhythm Boys' ('A Latin lover does the peacock dance for a French girl but there's no chance.') Along the way are mysterious threats, ambushes, blackmail, waves of passion and other intense situations. Tailor made for DOR and alternative programmers, 'BZAR' offers a weird 'special effects' sheen through the use of synths, sorted rhythm boxes and bizarre backing vocals.
Guitar World, July 1983 Loz Netto BZAR, 21 Records From Brian Wilson and David Bowie to Roxy Music and the Cars, rock and roll history has embodied the spirit of neo-romanticism. At its ironic peak, the post- modern static angularity of a Lou Reed or John Cale screams out for love amidst the ruins in very spite of itself. In his capacity as lead guitarist for mid-seventies semi-smash London undergrounders Sniff'n The Tears, Loz Netto displayed a distinct ability to flash clean and tuff within a framework of spartan funk, not unlike Carlos Alomar's or Earl Slick's work with David Bowie. With an impressionist nod to Phil Manzanera, Loz had that uncanny intuitive ability to perceive the right spot for the perfect fill. After Sniff's disbanding and a couple years recuperation from a nearly fatal cycle accident, Netto has sailed forth with an impeccable solo debut produced by Bowie's Colin Thurston. The flanged snake-work of 'Scenario' attests to his ax inspiration, while the sinuous synthetic syncopations of 'Fade Away' or 'Slow Dancing' (covered by Chaka Kahn joined by Rick James on her upcoming album) displays a stark lyricism reminiscent of Bowie's most fruitful Station to Station period (cf 'TVC15'). Bruce Malamut
Billboard, July 2, 1983 Billboard's Recommended LPs LOZ NETTO Now that Loz Netto has hit the charts, he doesn't have to run away from home anymore. The singer/songwriter, whose debut single, 'Fade Away', moves to 82 on the current Hot 100, tried valiantly to escape his native Coventry, England, as a teen, only to return, penniless, some months later. But rock star dreams aren't easily daunted, and Netto finally scored as a guitarist with sniff 'N the Tears, which scored a worldwide hit last year with 'Driver's Seat'. 'Loz Netto's Bzar', his debut album for 21 Records, marketed by Polygram, features 'Fade Away', with synthesized effects coordinated by producer Colin Thurston, who has guided David Bowie and, more recently, Duran Duran. Players on the disk include bassist Ian Maidman, drummer Luigi Salvoni and keyboardist Johnathan Cole. 'I wrote the lyrics with an awareness of video' says Netto, who believes 'the new breed of musicians will be actors, too'.
Melody Maker, April 28, 1984 LOZ NETTO: 'You Are Rhythm' (21). A man called Mark Berry has produced this, and he's given it the works. In an orgy of knob-twiddling, he sends it out of the speakers amid a hail of electronics, furious percussive wars and strange growling vocals. Behind all that the song scarcely seems to matter, but the title is repeated a lot, the power relentless and the impact not inconsiderable. With the requisite number of brandies inside me, I might even be persuaded to shake a tail-feather to this one.
Billboard Recommended Listening 'Fade Away' 'LOZ NETTO (21) Look for Album Radio to be deluged with efficient and catchy pop tunes. Now that programmers are becoming more responsive toward revitalizing their playlists, previously unknown acts like Loz Netto stand a fair chance of getting their product heard by shrapneled American listeners. In this case, it's equally the singer and the song. The success of music like this will depend on how snugly the song lends itself toward creative video production and technological excitement.
Albums Of The Week Reviewed by Ron Fell "Bzar"-Loz Netto (21 Records/Polygram) As lead guitarist in Sniff 'n' the Tears (DRIVER'S SEAT), Loz was there when modern music was still in it's pubescent period. S 'n' T was accepted as a novelty. In the three years since, modern music has become an entire format. "Bzar" exceeds his previous work and my expectations with a set of whole songs, rounded-off at the edges just enough to penertrate formats like conventional Top 40, where only the strong survive.
BMG Music, Canada, October 21st 1988 Hi Loz, Just wanted to let you know that Gene Simmons was in town and gave me the pleasure of hearing some great refreshing new music. I heard about 6 or 7 tracks of your sound and I must tell you it has been a very long time since I was blown away right from the first listen ! I can't wait until we get the pleasure of turning on all of Canada to your music. Keep up the great work. This material is better than fantastic. I look forward to meeting you soon. Take care. Ken Bain National Video/Artist Relations MGR.
Reviews For The Loz Netto Band album 2010 'Bridge of Dreams' Blues Matters Magazine, issue 57, Dec 2010 to Jan 2011 The Loz Netto Band Bridge of Dreams, Feral Boy Records I didn’t know Loz Netto from Adam, but listening to this C.D I now have respect for a man who has taken everything that life has thrown at him, and still comes out fighting. I could come out with all sort of clichés about the musician having actually felt the blues ( and there’s no doubt he has), but for someone to be able to produce this quality after the punches ( some of them have been “low blows”) he’s taken from life is the mark of a real fighter! Enough of the boxing analogies, the combination of the man himself, Nigel Ball and Rob Kenny have produced a sparkling album which crosses some genres but is essentially a Rock and Blues production. Netto’s own composition “Bridge of Dreams” opens the album with dexterity of playing that sets a very high standard for himself. Unsurprisingly he maintains it throughout and it is perfectly complimented with the Bass fretwork of Ball and the sympathetic drum playing of Kenny! Netto has a blues voice to die for and “Dixie Chicken” on track 4 is raw and gutsy both vocally and musically. “Wild” is a perfect example on the penultimate track, of sharp lyrics superb guitar playing and percussion in total harmony. This is top stuff from start to finish; I’ll be looking out for more from this slick moving fighter. I couldn’t resist the last boxing cliché - sorry!! Tom Walker
Guitarist Magazine. Nov 19th 2010 The Loz Netto Band, ‘Bridge of Dreams’ 4 stars Feralboy Records. Loz Netto returns with this bluesy three-piece. His Southern sounding slide workouts are ingenious at times and the highlights are covers of Little Feat’s Dixie Chicken and Lord Cooder’s Get Rhythm. This is quality slide alright. (BW) Classic Rock Magazine. Nov 2010 A weather-beaten journeyman previously scouted by Ahmet Ertegun and Gene Simmons, Loz Netto at his best is a lovely, languid guitarist and belting vocalist. Henry Yates.
Maverick Magazine Review: Nov 18th 2010 The Loz Netto Band BRIDGE OF DREAMS FeralBoy Records LNPCD08 ***1/2 Dripping with rocking sweat that is the product of many years of hard work. The album consists of nine songs with many certainly hitting the spot. Recorded live, Loz’s guitar on Wild soothes the soul in a tune ideal for a late night listen. This band is in their infancy, here’s hoping that they at least reach their teens for the awesome sound they create is simply remarkable. To those who don’t know, Loz Netto should be regarded as a British legend. RH Adrian Phillips www.allgigs.co.uk Bridge of Dreams - The Loz Netto Band Album Review, September 2010 Until I was sent 'Bridge of Dreams' to review I knew nothing about Loz Netto (apart from his name sounding like a budget supermarket) but I'm now fully aware that he's a cracking blues/rock guitarist with a voice you could easily mistake  for Clapton's. Recorded live and in the studio 'Bridge of Dreams' has a wonderful earthy feel to it and leaves your ears knowing they've had a good time.
Fatea Magazine. October 2010 http://www.fatea-records.co.uk/magazine/releases.html The Loz Netto Band Album:Bridge Of Dreams Label:Feralboy "Bridge Of Dreams" Has got a really live feel to it, and feels like it's trying to reach across that gap that takes the mundane into the good times. There's a freedom that flows off the fretboards and into the room, aided and abbetted by the man on the kit. This is a classic, guitar, bass, drum trio out to have a good time. It bristles with good times, correction, great times. Get Ready to ROCK! Album Reviews (Oct 2010) THE LOZ NETTO BAND Bridge Of Dreams Feral Boy Records Best known for his stint in the chart topping Sniff & the Tears, he's worked with industry big hittersincluding Ben E King, recorded for George Martin, been signed by Atlantic's Ahmed Ertegun, produced by Colin Thurston (Duran Duran) and he even got himself a deal with Gene Simmons's label for some movie soundtracks. He's back with an album that sparkles in parts. 'Bridge of Dreams is packed full of edgy 'live in the studio' workouts - and there's an undoubted bluster and real vigour to the playing. The album opens with the whammy bar dramatics of the title tack and muscularly works its way towards another highlight, a funky cover of Bill Withers', 'Use Me Up'. The eloquent guitar lines and his durable rhythm section see him home. When the trio kicks in they really work up a head of steam and a tension building dynamic that is thoroughly explored by Loz's dynamic guitar breaks. 'Wild' is a kick ass band at full stretch showing what they are capable of in the studio. And that is exactly what he does and as if to square the circle the closing funky groove of 'What U Dun' is the perfect meeting of structure, harmonics and improvisation. As it is, the trio's vibrant interplay alone merits 4 stars. **** Review by Pete Feenstra www.getreadytorock.com/reviews2010/loz_netto.htm
www.bluesinthenorthwest.co.uk Review 27th Oct 2010 THE LOZ NETTO BAND “Bridge Of Dreams” (Feral Boy Records – LNPCD08) “Bridge Of Dreams” is a nine-track album – three originals and six covers – recorded at various venues and in a rehearsal studio over the last two years, with no overdubs and nothing beyond two takes, just the trio playing live, all featuring Netto’s tough guitar and vocals and the driving rhythm section behind him, just three musicians enjoying themselves! The opening title cut, “Bridge Of Dreams”, is an instrumental dominated by Loz Netto’s guitar, an atmospheric, moody piece, with the pace taken up on a rocking version of the John Lee Hooker classic “This Is Hip”, with some fine slide guitar work. The timeless “Dixie Chicken”, grooves along nicely courtesy of the slide guitar and the rhythm section of Nigel Ball and Rob Kenny. another slide guitar showcase on “Wild”, with a rockabilly backbeat, and some more driving funk on the closing live cut “What U Dun” . .. it’s five and a half minutes giving the trio plenty of time and space to stretch out. GRAHAME RHODES
Blues in Britain Mag 3rd November 2010 The Loz Netto band-Bridge of Dreams Feralboy Records LNPCD08 Singer and guitarist Loz leads his bass man Nigel Ball and drummer Rob Kenny through a nicely raw and spirited set of borrowings and three originals on this CD. Though the opener (Incidentally the title track) is a tough guitar instrumental work-out a little reminiscent of the very early seventies, this is by no means a ‘typical’ blues set. That is not just because Loz includes a couple of excellent covers of Little Feat material, complete with sinuous whining slide guitar and laconic vocals. He also turns in a distinctive, blues rendition of Johnny Cash’s ‘Get Rhythm’ from 1956, whilst Bill Withers, ‘Use me Up’ is given the tough treatment, though remaining quite space-y. In more familiar territory maybe, he tackles John Lee Hooker’s  ‘This is Hip’ leaving just enough of the Boogie Man to remind you who wrote it but ensuring it is no by rote copy. Keb’ Mo’s ‘Am I Wrong’ chugs along nicely. Loz’s own brace which finish the album are also more rock-inflected. This is a CD that extols the virtues of simplicity in it’s production and presentation. But then who needs over-produced blues. Netto-Blues-speak for ‘not bad at all’! Rating: 8- Norman Darwen
Round Up Time Blabber and Smoke December 11, 2010 by Paul Kerr The Loz Netto Band. Bridge of Dreams. While Blabber ‘n’ Smoke has a deep love and respect for blues music it has to be said that the majority of modern electric blues doesn’t rock the boat here. Going back to the roots of country blues is often appreciated (see the recent Tom Feldman for example) but it’s far too  easy to slip into a copycat mode and few artists have achieved the power  and visceral feel of blues since the likes of John Campbell, Rainer Ptacek and Stevie ray Vaughn (all sadly deceased). This Loz Netto chap however is intriguing. With a history going back to London pub rock with the bands Moon and Sniff ‘n’ the Tears (remember the great Drivers Seat) and a cover of Little Feat’s Dixie Chicken on the album it begged a listen. On the face of it The Loz Netto Band are a typical three-piece blues band. However the opening song Bridge of Dreams is like the soundtrack to a  film noir classic, As I said, intriguing. In fact there are no routine 12 bar blues here with covers of Alan Toussaint’s On Your Way Down  and Lowell George’s Dixie Chicken owing more to the New Orleans southern soul slink that does fill our heart with wonder. With a nod to Ry Cooder in their cover of Cash’s Get Rhythm the band overall are tight and the fatback guitar sound employed by Netto is a welcome reminder of the great Danny Adler and Roogalator, another staple of those long lost pub rock years. Get hip and enjoy some gumbo here. Paul Kerr
BILLBOARD Album Picks First Time Around LOZ NETTO' Bzar, 21 Records T1-1-9003 (Polygram). Produced by Colin Thurston. Singer/songwriter Loz Netto is well familiar with the dance groove and the clever use of synthesizers, but you can tell he has aspirations beyond that, both musically and lyrically. You can hear his accomplishments falling short of his ambitions. He is in search of a Gary Numan type apotheosis, and his quest may attract a cult.
CASHBOX Reviews BZAR 'Loz Netto '21 Records/Polygram TL-1-9003 'Producer: Colin Thurston ' List: 8.98 Starting off with a fast-paced stepper called 'Fade Away', Loz Netto proceeds on this LP to take his audience on trips tro the Orient  in 'Show Me' ('I love you when you're full of Eastern promise,' goes one line) and around the world to Martinique on 'Rhythm Boys' ('A Latin lover does the peacock dance for a French girl but there's no chance.') Along the way are mysterious threats, ambushes, blackmail, waves of passion and other intense situations. Tailor made for DOR and alternative programmers, 'BZAR' offers a weird 'special effects' sheen through the use of synths, sorted rhythm boxes and bizarre backing vocals.
Guitar World, July 1983 Loz Netto BZAR, 21 Records From Brian Wilson and David Bowie to Roxy Music and the Cars, rock and roll history has embodied the spirit of neo-romanticism. At its ironic peak, the post-modern static angularity of a Lou Reed or John Cale screams out for love amidst the ruins in very spite of itself. In his capacity as lead guitarist for mid-seventies semi-smash London undergrounders Sniff'n The Tears, Loz Netto displayed a distinct ability to flash clean and tuff within a framework of spartan funk, not unlike Carlos Alomar's or Earl Slick's work with David Bowie. With an impressionist nod to Phil Manzanera, Loz had that uncanny intuitive  ability to perceive the right spot for the perfect fill. After Sniff's disbanding and a couple years recuperation from a nearly fatal cycle  accident, Netto has sailed forth with an impeccable solo debut produced by Bowie's Colin Thurston. The flanged snake-work of 'Scenario' attests to his ax inspiration, while the sinuous synthetic syncopations of 'Fade Away' or 'Slow Dancing' (covered by Chaka Kahn joined by Rick James on her upcoming album) displays a stark lyricism reminiscent of Bowie's most fruitful Station to Station period (cf 'TVC15'). Bruce Malamut
Billboard, July 2, 1983 Billboard's Recommended LPs LOZ NETTO Now that Loz Netto has hit the charts, he doesn't have to run away  from home anymore. The singer/songwriter, whose debut single, ' Fade Away', moves to 82 on the current Hot 100, tried valiantly to escape his native Coventry, England, as a teen, only to return, penniless, some months later. But rock star dreams aren't easily daunted, and Netto finally scored as a guitarist with sniff 'N the Tears, which scored a worldwide hit last year with 'Driver's Seat'. 'Loz Netto's Bzar', his debut album for 21 Records, marketed by Polygram, features 'Fade Away', with synthesized effects coordinated by producer Colin Thurston, who has guided David Bowie and, more recently, Duran Duran. Players on the disk include bassist Ian Maidman, drummer Luigi Salvoni and keyboardist Johnathan Cole. 'I wrote the lyrics with an awareness of video' says Netto, who believes 'the new breed of musicians will be actors, too'.
Melody Maker, April 28, 1984 LOZ NETTO: 'You Are Rhythm' (21). A man called Mark Berry has produced this, and he's given it the works. In an orgy of knob-twiddling, he sends it out of the speakers amid a hail of electronics, furious percussive wars and strange growling vocals. Behind all that the song scarcely seems to matter, but the title is repeated a lot, the power relentless and the impact not inconsiderable. With the requisite number of brandies inside me, I might even be persuaded to shake a tail-feather to this one.
Billboard Recommended Listening 'Fade Away' 'LOZ NETTO (21) Look for Album Radio to be deluged with efficient and catchy pop tunes.  Now that programmers are becoming more responsive toward revitalizing their playlists, previously unknown acts like Loz Netto stand a fair chance of getting their product heard by shrapneled American listeners. In this case, it's equally the singer and the song. The success of music like this will depend on how snugly the song lends itself toward creative video production and technological excitement.
Albums Of The Week  Reviewed by Ron Fell  "Bzar"-Loz Netto (21 Records/Polygram)  As lead guitarist in Sniff 'n' the Tears (DRIVER'S SEAT),  Loz was there when modern music was still in it's pubescent period.  S 'n' T was accepted as a novelty. In the three years since, modern music  has become an entire format. "Bzar" exceeds his previous work  and my expectations with a set of whole songs, rounded-off at the edges  just enough to penertrate formats like conventional Top 40, where only the strong survive.
BMG Music, Canada, October 21st 1988 Hi Loz, Just wanted to let you know that Gene Simmons was in town  and gave me the pleasure of hearing some great refreshing new music. I heard about 6 or 7 tracks of your sound and I must tell you it has been a very long time since I was blown away right from  the first listen ! I can't wait until we get the pleasure of turning on all of Canada to your music. Keep up the great work. This material is better than fantastic I look forward to meeting you soon. Take care. Ken Bain National Video/Artist Relations MGR.
Contact
Loz is available for Production Music commissions. Also Guitar/Slide guitar/Vocal sessions and Remixes at his private studio. Loz is also available for live work please email loz at: loznetto@gmail.com Links www.ltnetto.net Hypnotherapy website www.sharpeez.net The band Loz is currently playing for www.sohoproductionmusic.com www.dewolfemusic.com
Contact
Loz is available for Production Music commissions. Also Guitar/Slide guitar/Vocal sessions and Remixes at his private studio. Loz is also available for live work please email loz at: loznetto@gmail.com Links www.ltnetto.net Hypnotherapy website www.sharpeez.net The band Loz is currently playing for www.sohoproductionmusic.com www.dewolfemusic.com
Album Credits Loz Netto.... Vocals,Guitar. LuigiSalvoni....Drums,Percussion,Rhyt hm Boxes. Ian Maidman ....Bass Guitar. Johnathan Cole....Synthesisers. Noel McCalla....Backing Vocals. Colin Thurston....Backing Vocals Andy Clark....Additional Synthesisers Recorded and mixed at Air Studios London. Produced by Colin Thurston, Engineered by Renate. All songs written by L.N Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2004  
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This album was released on Polygram records in 1982 and is still regarded by some as a classic.The song 'Slow Dancing' was later recorded by Chaka Khan as a duet with Rick James on the album 'Chaka Khan'. Joe Walsh from the Eagles also recorded 'Slow Dancing' for his solo album 'The Confessor'. It has been virtually impossible to get a copy of 'Loz Netto's Bzar' for some years, but it has now been digitally re- mastered by Loz. Two songs from the album recording sessions 'Ambush 12"' and 'Private Nightmare' which were previously omitted,  have now been added as bonus tracks.  
1 Fade Away 2 Ambush 3 Scenario 4 Blackmail Man 5 Eastern Promise 6 Wave of Passion 7 Just a Game 8 In Love Again 9 Slow Dancing 10 Rhythm Boys 11 Ambush 12’’ 12 Private Nightmare
This album was released on Polygram records in 1982 and is still regarded by some as a classic.The song 'Slow Dancing' was later recorded by Chaka Khan as a duet with Rick James on the album 'Chaka Khan'. Joe Walsh from the Eagles also recorded 'Slow Dancing' for his solo album 'The Confessor'. It has been virtually impossible to get a copy of 'Loz Netto's Bzar' for some years, but it has now been digitally re- mastered by Loz. Two songs from the album recording sessions 'Ambush 12"' and 'Private Nightmare' which were previously omitted,  have now been added as bonus tracks.  
1 Fade Away 2 Ambush 3 Scenario 4 Blackmail Man 5 Eastern Promise 6 Wave of Passion 7 Just a Game 8 In Love Again 9 Slow Dancing 10 Rhythm Boys 11 Ambush 12’’ 12 Private Nightmare
Album Credits Loz Netto.... Vocals,Guitar. LuigiSalvoni....Drums,Percussion,Rhyt hm Boxes. Ian Maidman ....Bass Guitar. Johnathan Cole....Synthesisers. Noel McCalla....Backing Vocals. Colin Thurston....Backing Vocals Andy Clark....Additional Synthesisers Recorded and mixed at Air Studios London. Produced by Colin Thurston, Engineered by Renate. All songs written by L.N Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2004  
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Album Credits Loz Netto.... Vocals,Guitar, Programming.  P.P Arnold....Backing Vocals Mary Bird....Backing Vocals Charlie Charles....Drums Ian Maidman....Bass/Keys Nick Plytas....Keys Pino Palladino....Bass Henry Thomas....Bass Graham Edwards....Bass The Kick Horns....Brass Recorded and mixed at Chipping Norton Studios, The Cotswolds, England. Engineered & Mixed by Barry Hammond, Produced by Loz Netto 'You Are Rhythm' Produced by Mark Berry All songs written by L.N Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2004  
This album was recorded in 1984 for Polydor Records. 'You Are Rhythm' was released as a single but the rest of the album was never released, this collection is all that remains of the recordings
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1 You Are Rhythm 2 Harmony 3 I Fall For You 4 Infatuation 5 Heartache 6 Can’t Runaway
This album was recorded in 1984 for Polydor Records. 'You Are Rhythm' was released as a single but the rest of the album was never released, this collection is all that remains of the recordings
1 You Are Rhythm 2 Harmony 3 I Fall For You 4 Infatuation 5 Heartache 6 Can’t Runaway
Album Credits Loz Netto.... Vocals,Guitar, Programming.  P.P Arnold....Backing Vocals Mary Bird....Backing Vocals Charlie Charles....Drums Ian Maidman....Bass/Keys Nick Plytas....Keys Pino Palladino....Bass Henry Thomas....Bass Graham Edwards....Bass The Kick Horns....Brass Recorded and mixed at Chipping Norton Studios, The Cotswolds, England. Engineered & Mixed by Barry Hammond, Produced by Loz Netto 'You Are Rhythm' Produced by Mark Berry All songs written by L.N Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2004  
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Album Credits Loz Netto.... Vocals,Guitar. Tessa Niles ....Backing Vocals. Steve Butler ....Backing Vocals. Paul Young ....Backing Vocals. Ian Wilson ....Backing Vocals. Richie Close ....Keyboards Jon Carrin....Keyboards Steve Piggot....Keyboards   Phil Palmer....Guitar Mike Hehir....Guitar Ashley Mulford....Guitar Andy Mac....Guitar Dave Irving....Drums Snake....Sax Jon Astley....Fairlight Recorded and mixed at Revolution Studios,Manchester,England. Produced/Engineered & Mixed by the legendary Andy MacPherson.  All songs written by L.N Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2004
 
This album was released on Atlantic Records in 1986 to critical acclaim. The song 'We Touch' was used throughout the movie remake of 'And God Created Woman' starring Rebeca DeMornay, Directed by Rodger Vadim. The same song was also featured in 'The Noon Plane' episode of Miami Vice.
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1 Walking in The Dark 2 We Touch 3 Dance to The Music 4 No Reaction 5 Silent Movie 6 Fat City 7 Do What You Want 8 One Night Out 9 Substitute
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This album was released on Atlantic Records in 1986 to critical acclaim. The song 'We Touch' was used throughout the movie remake of 'And God Created Woman' starring Rebeca DeMornay, Directed by Rodger Vadim. The same song was also featured in 'The Noon Plane' episode of Miami Vice.
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1 Walking in The Dark 2 We Touch 3 Dance to The Music 4 No Reaction 5 Silent Movie 6 Fat City 7 Do What You Want 8 One Night Out 9 Substitute
Album Credits Loz Netto.... Vocals,Guitar. Tessa Niles ....Backing Vocals. Steve Butler ....Backing Vocals. Paul Young ....Backing Vocals. Ian Wilson ....Backing Vocals. Richie Close ....Keyboards Jon Carrin....Keyboards Steve Piggot....Keyboards   Phil Palmer....Guitar Mike Hehir....Guitar Ashley Mulford....Guitar Andy Mac....Guitar Dave Irving....Drums Snake....Sax Jon Astley....Fairlight Recorded and mixed at Revolution Studios,Manchester,England. Produced/Engineered & Mixed by the legendary Andy MacPherson.  All songs written by L.N Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2004  
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Album Credits Loz Netto.... Vocals,Guitar,Keys,Bass, Programming. Eli Hope ....Backing Vocals. Val Cowell ....Backing Vocals. Mary Bird ....Backing Vocals. Charlie Charles....Drums. Nicky Payne....Sax Recorded and mixed at Loz's private studio, The Country House Studio's, England. Produced/Engineered & Mixed by Loz Netto. All songs written by L.N Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2004    
This album was recorded mainly between 1988 and 1990 for Gene Simmons (Kiss) private label, Simmons Records/BMG Fax: May 12th 1989. Congratulations, great record, you should be proud I am. I know the Europeans will want to talk to you immediately, so expect phone calls. Gene Simmons.
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1 Good Man 2 All I Want 3 Fool Around 4 Bas Sister 5 Tell me Everything 6 Real Thing 7 Any Fool 2 8 Stop Breaking my Heart 9 Any Fool (As used in the movie remake of ‘And God Created Woman.)
This album was recorded mainly between 1988 and 1990 for Gene Simmons (Kiss) private label, Simmons Records/BMG Fax: May 12th 1989. Congratulations, great record, you should be proud I am. I know the Europeans will want to talk to you immediately, so expect phone calls. Gene Simmons.
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1 Good Man 2 All I Want 3 Fool Around 4 Bas Sister 5 Tell me Everything 6 Real Thing 7 Any Fool 2 8 Stop Breaking my Heart 9 Any Fool (As used in the movie remake of ‘And God Created Woman.)
Album Credits Loz Netto.... Vocals,Guitar,Keys,Bass, Programming. Eli Hope ....Backing Vocals. Val Cowell ....Backing Vocals. Mary Bird ....Backing Vocals. Charlie Charles....Drums. Nicky Payne....Sax Recorded and mixed at Loz's private studio, The Country House Studio's, England. Produced/Engineered & Mixed by Loz Netto. All songs written by L.N Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2004    
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Album Credits Loz Netto.... Vocals,Guitar,Keys,Bass,Programming. Lil Gonzales....Backing Vocals. # Tim Goldsmith....Drums. # Allan Ferne....Rhythm Guitar. *   Thanks to my good friend Andy MacPherson who helped in many ways Recorded and mixed at various locations around England. Produced, mixed and Engineered by Loz Netto. All songs written by L.N Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2004
While producing for other acts Loz found time to put this album together. Recorded in Loz's private studio and on location between 1992-1994  
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1 Kiss The World 2 Stir it Up 3 Dirty Business 4 Into The Sun 5 Got to Try 6 All or Nothing 7 Dirty Business 2 8 Wild 9 Perfect World 10 Kontraband
While producing for other acts Loz found time to put this album together. Recorded in Loz's private studio and on location between 1992-1994  
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1 Kiss The World 2 Stir it Up 3 Dirty Business 4 Into The Sun 5 Got to Try 6 All or Nothing 7 Dirty Business 2 8 Wild 9 Perfect World 10 Kontraband
Album Credits Loz Netto.... Vocals,Guitar,Keys,Bass,Programming. Lil Gonzales....Backing Vocals. # Tim Goldsmith....Drums. # Allan Ferne....Rhythm Guitar. *   Thanks to my good friend Andy MacPherson who helped in many ways Recorded and mixed at various locations around England. Produced, mixed and Engineered by Loz Netto. All songs written by L.N Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2004
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Album Credits Loz Netto.... Vocals,Guitar,Keys,Bass, Drums,Programming. Monica Reed Price....Backing Vocals * Phil Watts....Acoustic Guitar # Special thanks to Adam Williams for his pre-production help and demo mixes.  Produced/Engineered/Programmed & Mixed by Loz Netto.   Mastered by Ali Ratcliffe at School Farm Studio's All songs written by L.N Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2004      
This album was recorded between 1995 and 1999, originally onto a Fostex R8, 1/4" eight track tape machine using a small Mackie 16 track mixer. At a later date the songs were transferred to an Akai DPS12 digital twelve track recorder/mixer. It was later mastered using Cool Edit Pro.
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1 I Wonder 2 Simple Jack 3 Jivin 4 One Step Away 5 Something Going On 6 No Control 7 You Keep me Going 8 Not Coming Back 9 Drift Away 10 Blue Cat 11 Do it Right 12 Keep On 13 All Things Pass
This album was recorded between 1995 and 1999, originally onto a Fostex R8, 1/4" eight track tape machine using a small Mackie 16 track mixer. At a later date the songs were transferred to an Akai DPS12 digital twelve track recorder/mixer. It was later mastered using Cool Edit Pro.
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1 I Wonder 2 Simple Jack 3 Jivin 4 One Step Away 5 Something Going On 6 No Control 7 You Keep me Going 8 Not Coming Back 9 Drift Away 10 Blue Cat 11 Do it Right 12 Keep On 13 All Things Pass
Album Credits Loz Netto.... Vocals,Guitar,Keys,Bass, Drums,Programming. Monica Reed Price....Backing Vocals * Phil Watts....Acoustic Guitar # Special thanks to Adam Williams for his pre-production help and demo mixes.  Produced/Engineered/Programmed & Mixed by Loz Netto.   Mastered by Ali Ratcliffe at School Farm Studio's All songs written by L.N Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2004    
Loz Netto ‘Replay’ Reviewed by Graham Rhodes, 24th Sep 2009 Bluesinthenorthwest.com The 12 tracks here are all in a similar vein-a laid back stew of blues, funk, and soul. The opening 'Crossroads' is a benchmark for what follows - a smooth bluesy groove. 'Waiting For You' has some nice slow blues guitar and a Southern soul feel, 'Cruel Streak' is a swampy blues song, with the album closer 'Slide Of Hand' being a lovely guitar instrumental, very nice indeed, with touches of influences such as Ry Cooder and Lowell George.
Loz Netto ‘Replay’ Reviewed by Joe Geesin, Sep 2009 Bluesmatters.com When he signed to Atlantic, it was done personally by Ahmet Ertigun - no mean feat. Chaka Khan, Rick James, Joe Walsh, and Kenny Rodgers have all covered Netto's songs. This new album definitely has a Bluesy feel, with a commercial soul and MOR feel. Pretty much everything is played by Netto, but some songs could easily be a four or five piece band in a dark and smoky bar. Some of the deep backing vocal harmonies are reminiscent of The Drifters. The guitar remaining intricate and Bluesy, From folk to to Blues to Soul and even Delta Blues the album is gentle yet varied.
 
Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2007
Loz Netto
Titles
1 What’s Going On 2 Keep Running 3 Crossroads 4 Waiting For You 5 I’m Serious 6 Big Ole Moon 7 Fire 8 From A to B 9 Cruel Streak 10 What U Dun 11 Warm Rain 12 Slide of Hand
This album was written and recorded in 2007. For a long time I had wanted to go back to my roots and record an album that had more of a blues feel to it. As I had been playing blues type venues for a while and had accumulated some material, it felt like the right time to do it.
All instruments & vocals by Loz Netto eccept drums by Luke Netto on ‘Keep Running’ Produced, engineered and mixed by Loz Netto. All songs written by Loz Netto. Sleeve desighn: Loz Netto
This album was written and recorded in 2007. For a long time I had wanted to go back to my roots and record an album that had more of a blues feel to it. As I had been playing blues type venues for a while and had accumulated some material, it felt like the right time to do it.
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1 What’s Going On 2 Keep Running 3 Crossroads 4 Waiting For You 5 I’m Serious 6 Big Ole Moon 7 Fire 8 From A to B 9 Cruel Streak 10 What U Dun 11 Warm Rain 12 Slide of Hand
All instruments & vocals by Loz Netto eccept drums by Luke Netto on ‘Keep Running’ Produced, engineered and mixed by Loz Netto. All songs written by Loz Netto. Sleeve desighn: Loz Netto
Loz Netto ‘Replay’ Reviewed by Joe Geesin, Sep 2009 Bluesmatters.com When he signed to Atlantic, it was done personally by Ahmet Ertigun - no mean feat. Chaka Khan, Rick James, Joe Walsh, and Kenny Rodgers have all covered Netto's songs. This new album definitely has a Bluesy feel, with a commercial soul and MOR feel. Pretty much everything is played by Netto, but some songs could easily be a four or five piece band in a dark and smoky bar. Some of the deep backing vocal harmonies are reminiscent of The Drifters. The guitar remaining intricate and Bluesy, From folk to to Blues to Soul and even Delta Blues the album is gentle yet varied.
Loz Netto ‘Replay’ Reviewed by Graham Rhodes, 24th Sep 2009 Bluesinthenorthwest.com The 12 tracks here are all in a similar vein-a laid back stew of blues, funk, and soul. The opening 'Crossroads' is a benchmark for what follows - a smooth bluesy groove. 'Waiting For You' has some nice slow blues guitar and a Southern soul feel, 'Cruel Streak' is a swampy blues song, with the album closer 'Slide Of Hand' being a lovely guitar instrumental, very nice indeed, with touches of influences such as Ry Cooder and Lowell George.
 
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The Loz Netto Band was formed in 2009, this live album was recorded in 2009and 2010 at various venues. It’s plain and simple no frills, no overdubs, just the band doing what it does live. We hope you enjoy it. Guitarist Magazine Nov 19th 2010 Loz Netto returns with this bluesy three-piece. His Southern sounding slide workouts are ingenious at times,. This is quality slide alright. (BW) Classic Rock Magazine. Nov 2010 A weather-beaten journeyman previously scouted by Ahmet Ertegun and Gene Simmons, Loz Netto at his best is a lovely, languid guitarist and belting vocalist. Henry Yates. Maverick Magazine Review. Nov 18th 2010 The awesome sound they create is simply remarkable. To those who don’ know, Loz Netto should be regarded as a British legend. RH Blues Matters Magazine. issue 57, Dec 2010 to Jan 2011 This is top stuff from start to finish, I’ll looking out for more. Tom Walker.
Album Credits Loz Netto: Vocals, Guitar Nigel Ball: Bass, Backing Vocals Rob Kenny: Drums Live Recording Engineer: Nigel Ball Produced/Mixed by Loz Netto Sleeve Design: Loz Netto Bridge of Dreams,Wild, What U Dun, written by Loz Netto Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2010
Song Titles 1 Bridge of Dreams 2 This is Hip 3 Am I Wrong 4 Dixie Chicken 5 On Your Way Down 6 Use Me Up 7 Get Rhythm 8 Wild 9 What U Dun
The Loz Netto Band was formed in 2009, this live album was recorded in 2009and 2010 at various venues. It’s plain and simple no frills, no overdubs, just the band doing what it does live. We hope you enjoy it.
Click on Song titles to listen to audio samples.
1 Bridge of Dreams 2 This is Hip 3 Am I Wrong 4 Dixie Chicken 5 On Your Way Down 6 Use Me Up 7 Get Rhythm 8 Wild 9 What U Dun
Album Credits Loz Netto: Vocals, Guitar Nigel Ball: Bass, Backing Vocals Rob Kenny: Drums Live Recording Engineer: Nigel Ball Produced/Mixed by Loz Netto Sleeve Design: Loz Netto Bridge of Dreams,Wild, What U Dun, written by Loz Netto Copyright Loz Netto P.R.S/M.C.P.S 2010
Guitarist Magazine Nov 19th 2010 Loz Netto returns with this bluesy three-piece. His Southern sounding slide workouts are ingenious at times,. This is quality slide alright. (BW) Classic Rock Magazine. Nov 2010 A weather-beaten journeyman previously scouted by Ahmet Ertegun and Gene Simmons, Loz Netto at his best is a lovely, languid guitarist and belting vocalist. Henry Yates. Maverick Magazine Review. Nov 18th 2010 The awesome sound they create is simply remarkable. To those who don’ know, Loz Netto should be regarded as a British legend. RH Blues Matters Magazine. issue 57, Dec 2010 to Jan 2011 This is top stuff from start to finish, I’ll looking out for more. Tom Walker.