Wishbone Ash Guitarist, Roger Filgate and Forcefield Studios release “Feel So High (Remix).” This original Rock Classic showcases the Hard Rocking shreds which solidified Filgate reputation as a virtuoso stylist, as he moves effortlessly from Hendrix to Led Zeppelin on this lost gem. Stream the track through the YouTube player below:
“Feel So High” was first recorded by Blast Room, a rock band formed in 2004 Roger Filgate. This short-lived group lasted only one year, but in that time managed to record an album of original music entitled Rock is Dead in the styles of Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Aerosmith before disbanding in 2005 to pursue other musical interests. “Feel So High Remix” features Roger Filgate: Writer, Guitars, Backing Vocals, Rob Jackson: Lead Vocals, Chris Tatalias: Drums, Backing Vocals, Sandy Nardone: Bass.
Prior to playing with Brit-rockers Wishbone Ash, Filgate played on various gig circuits across the United States before meeting Andy Powell in a music store in Connecticut. This 1992 meeting led to Filgate joining the band full-time in 1994 as guitarist/songwriter for their regarded 1996 studio album Illuminations and subsequent tours resulting in the albums “Live in Geneva” (1995), and compilation albums “The Best of Wishbone Ash” (1997), and “Distillation” (1997).
Rob Jackson / Lead Vocals
Roger Filgate / Guitars, Backing Vocals
Chris Tatalias / Drums, Backing Vocals
Sandy Nardone / Bass
Producer: American Empire Records
Remixed & Remastered by Forcefield Studios
Released by Forcefield Studios (2021)