The Buzz Years
"Buzz had that special quality in his voice that carried a smile and a lift. He penetrated himself into the listeners and was very forceful with them. He gave a definite impression to the music. His passing was untimely, but he gave us so much in such a short span. His music is his legacy".
Joe Anthony (The Godfather of Rock)
KISS/KMAC -San Antonio, Texas
'MOXY', also informally known as The Black Album or MOXY I, is the self-titled debut album by the Canadian hard rock and heavy metal band MOXY.
Their independently produced album was originally released in 1975 by Polydor Records in Canada, then under the Mercury Records label. It was reissued in 1976 for worldwide distribution.
'Ridin' High' is the third album by the Canadian hard rock and heavy metal band MOXY, released in 1977.
The record recieved rave reviews and attained the band a Juno Award nomination (Canada's Grammy) in 1977 for Most Promising Group of the Year.
'MOXY II' is the second studio album by the Canadian hard rock and heavy metal band MOXY. Released worldwide in 1976 through Mercury Records.
The album was recorded in Toronto, Canada at Sound Stage studio in April 1976 with Jack Douglas producing.
A Tribute To
'A Tribute to Buzz Shearman' is a compilation/tribute album by MOXY in the band's original incarnation with Buzz Shearman, Earl Johnson, Buddy Caine, Bill Wade and Terry Juric.
The album is a tribute to the late MOXY vocalist Buzz Shearman (who died in a tragic motorcycle accident in 1983) .