Essentially from the same mould as Texan blues boogie supremos ZZ Top, Point Blankâ€™s first two releases were produced by Bill Ham, who had also masterminded the latter bandâ€™s rise to fame. Point Blankâ€™s line-up has been somewhat fluid, but in the main it featured John Oâ€™Daniel (vocals), Rusty Burns (guitar), Kim Davis (guitar), Bill Randolph (bass), Mike Hamilton (keyboards) and Buzzy Gren (drums). Their third venture into the recording studio resulted in Airplay, which saw a slightly less intensive boogie stance, but this was rectified on The Hard Way, a part-live release that saw the band in blistering form. Bobby Keith replaced John Oâ€™Daniel in 1981 and their last two albums reflected a more radio-friendly approach to their sound, but without commercial success.Portions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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