30 de junio de 2010

GENESIS - Genesis (URUGUAY-1972) @320

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Unico disco LP editado por estos Uruguayos. En sus comienzos 1969 editaron 2 singles en linea Hard,con marcado sonido guitarrero..El LP Algo mas Experimental -Underground....con un sonido de guitarra y bajo fuzz impresionante.Largos temas rozando el progresivo..Tremendo disco..
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29 de junio de 2010

PURPLE HEARTS - Purple Hearts (AUSTRALIA 1965-1967) @320

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Grupo de Brisbane, pero ubicado en Melbourne, publicaron únicamente 5 singles y un EP, todos cotizados a precios respetables, sobre todo el EP. En este disco están reunidos los 5 singles. Rhythm and blues y garage escuela inglesa.

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RUDI PROTRUDI, CRAIG MOORE & THE OTHES - Yellow, Purple & Green (USA-ITA 1999) @320

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Rudi Protrudi, Fuzztone mayor, Craig Moore, del grupo Gonn de los 60s y los fantásticos The Others, el grupo italiano, unen fuerzas para parir esta obra publicada por el recomendable sello Teen Sound. Tres generaciones unidas con un mismo objetivo, garagear, garagear y requetegaragear. Nada nuevo sobre el horizonte, cierto es, pero a mi me sigue gustando, sobre todo cuando son The Others los que lideran el cotarro.

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28 de junio de 2010

ALTA TENSION - Alta Tension (ARGENTINA-1969) @320

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Raro y poco conocido..al menos fuera de Argentina..Unico disco editado del que pocos datos se conocen,,solo su musica.Rock-Blues sicodelico en la mas pura linea pesada Argentina..Toques en linea Janis..Buenas guitarras y algunos covers bien estructurados..Un buen disco.

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25 de junio de 2010

22 de junio de 2010

CUITXA - Montgo..O Els Cavallers De Cuixa Rodona (SPAIN-1978) @320

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Grupo Valenciano(Manises).Unico disco editado  a caballo entre el rock progresivo,,cancion protesta,folk tradicional..Momentos sinfonicos y de Jazz-Rock dan repaso a canciones tradicionales y poemas clasicos..Buena y agradable escucha de un disco que goza cada vez mas del reconocimiento que merece.

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21 de junio de 2010

PEACE AND LOVE - Peace and Love (MEX 1973) @320

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Grupo de Tijuana que parece ser salió "por la puerta grande" en el mítico festival de Avandaro en 1971. Este disco se publicó en 1973 y es rock latino con vientos, guitarras, cantado en inglés y con momentos increibles como Memories.... donde los "vientos", son más psicodélicos que otra cosa. Este ripeo es de la reedición de Denver de 1990.
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DELTA / MAUVE - Delta / Mauve (GREECE-1981) @320

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Grupos Griegos..Este disco incluye a los grupos DELTA Y MAUVE. Ocho temas, cuatro a cargo de cada grupo..No conozco nada mas acerca de la discografia editada por estos 2 grupos.DELTA hacian un rock mas principio de los 70's con toques West Coast. MAUVE hacian un rock mas blusero con marcadas influencias Zeppelin.De cualquier manera un mas que buen disco,,angelical la voz y coros a cargo de la femina y tremendo el buen trabajo de las guitarras.

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19 de junio de 2010

THE DOUBLE NAUGHT SPYS - Goin' Nowhere With ... (USA-1992) @320

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Grupo Australiano..Formados en 1986..Unico disco editado..Rockadelic en 1992 y con una tirada limitada de 500 copias rescato este pedazo de Rock-garaje-ritm'n'blues.Salvaje,Autentico y puro sonido sixties.Todo un buen disco dentro de este genero.

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15 de junio de 2010

PERRY LEOPOLD - Experiment In Metaphysics (USA-1970) @320

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Post sacado de la Reedicion Inglesa-1996

FUZZ,ACID & FLOWERS:
From Philadelphia, Experiment In Metaphysics is probably the most sought-after solo acoustic folk record in the world, with only 300 copies were pressed in the Summer of 1970. Leopold handles the vocals and guitar and a dark atmosphere is both attempted and obtained by this mysterious troubadour. The album sides are labelled 'Smoke' and 'Drop' with Side Two being bannered "ACID FOLK". This one delivers!


Perry Leopold later recorded material for two further albums. The Gear Fab CD reissue of Experiment In Metaphysics contains three tracks from one of these unreleased LPs included as bonus material (fantasic stuff - especially The Dawning Of Creation), and have already issued another in its entirety: Christian Lucifer, recorded in 1973.

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14 de junio de 2010

GEORGE BRIGMAN & SPLIT - I can hear the ants dancin' (USA 1982) @320

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Material de mediados y finales de los 70s publicado de forma privada en cassette en 1982 en una tirada de 300 copias. Este ripeo es de la reedición de OR Records de 1995. En la línea de Jungle Rot.
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SKY SUNLIGHT SAXON and Fire Wall - In Search of Brighter Colours (USA 1988) @320

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Material de los años ochenta del desaparecido recientemente Sky Sunlight Saxon. Disco publicado en 1988 en el sello francés New Rose, que en Estados Unidos apareció como World Fantastic con diferente portada y algún tema que no se incluye en la edición europea. Curiosamente, la canción que abre la cara a, y que es de lo mejor del disco, no iba incluida en la edición americana.
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10 de junio de 2010

EDUARDO BORT - Eduardo Bort (SPAIN-1975) @320

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Para mi aun sigue siendo el mejor disco Español de los 70's...Todo un clasicote bien considerado y recordado... Tremendo,Basico e Imprescindible.

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9 de junio de 2010

THE 2nd CHAPTER OF ACTS - In The Volume Of The Book (USA-1975) @320

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Delicioso y Delicado segundo disco de estos Americanos.. Sutil Christian-pop rock impregnado de baladas con buenas voces y armonias MALE/FEMALE..Con el maestro PHIL KEAGGY en un muy buen trabajo de guitarra.

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ENBOR - Enbor (SPAIN-1979) @320

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Para mi si no el mejor uno de los mejores discos del folk progresivo Español.De ser Ingles o Americano seguro mejor considerado y por descontado multi: PASTA,PASTA,PASTA,PASTA. En la linea de los considerados monstruos sagrados del folk-progress Ingles... Muy bueno
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8 de junio de 2010

PLAMP - und Uberhaupt (SWITZERLAND-1978) @320

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Raro disco Suizo editado a nivel privado.Rock progresivo con algun leve toque Jazzistico..Excelente organo y voces con fenomenal trabajo de guitarra en los 7 temas que incluye el disco.Muy bueno.
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7 de junio de 2010

POOBAH - Steanroller (USA-1979) @320

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Tercero y ultimo disco oficial editado por este basico grupo de OHIO.En la linea de su anterior: US ROCK tambien posteado en este blog.. Potente heavy rock con buen trabajo de guitarras y compacta elaboracion sonora.
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5 de junio de 2010

B.F.TRIKE - B.F.Trike (USA-1971) @320

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Originalmente nunca llego a editarse..En 1988 lo edito ROCKADELIC en tirada limitada de 300 copias. Este post esta sacado de la edicion de Rockadelic. Conocidos como Hickory Wind..Musicalmente : compacto sonido de heavy sicodelia con fenomanal trabajo de guitarra y fuzz. Tremendo,fenomenal y basico disco.



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3 de junio de 2010

FANTASYY FACTORYY - Abracadabra (GER 2001) @320

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Lo primero, deciros, que quién no se descargue este disco porque lo que conoce del grupo no le va mucho o sencillamente porque es un purista de los 60s y 70s, comete un grave error. Porque aunque no es un disco de estudio propiamente dicho, Psych Out logro hacer un fantástico disco con material grabado en 1999 y 2000 para la cara a (temas nunca publicados) y en la cara b con una canción, Children of Time, incluida en "no se que recopilatorio" y otro tema que era un bonus, Fly High, que se incluyó en la versión cd de su tercer album. De lo mejor del grupo y del sello, del que ya habréis deducido, soy fan. Alan Tepper está sublime con la guitarra en todas las canciones (los desarrollos largos de guitarra son antológicos en todas las canciones) y hasta en alguna canta bien. Por cierto, si siguen los discos con tan pobre participación de comentarios, seguramente servidor de ustedes, presa del desaliento, se retirará a practicar el noble arte de sestear, por ejemplo.

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2 de junio de 2010

INDESCRIBABLY DELICIOUS - Good Enough To Eat =Same- (USA-1969) @320

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Grupo De California,,Solo editadon un test pressing.. Post sacado de la reedicion de FANNY1992.

FUZZ ACID & FLOWERS:Although Indescribably Delicious were a real band, their history and 'album' has been the subject of much speculation, with claims to be either a Strawberry Alarm Clock offshoot and/or to feature members of All-American label-mates Big Brother (w/Ernie Joseph). The truth, however, is even stranger than fiction.

The band formed in 1965 in Torrance, California, when Jim Conroy and Bruce Turner of garage band The Bountymen got invited to jam with another local band called Darkwaters. At some point in the jam, Jim and Bruce played with Darkwaters bassist and drummer, Mark Cohen and Steve Senchia. Jim:- "For the first time we all felt something magic and the next day quit our bands to form a new one. For a few weeks we didn't have a name, and then a friend suggested Indescribably Delicious and we went for it. Everyone ended up calling us the I.D. but Indescribably Delicious it was."

"From the start the band had an impact, our first gig was a battle of the bands which we won and our reputation grew quickly, to the point where we were soon the most popular band in our area. If there was a dance and the I.D. played it was packed. We then started to travel outside our area and usually got the same reaction. There was just something about the chemistry of the five of us together that created excitement. We couldn't even go to the local shopping malls because the girls would scream and chase us. It was our own mini-mania scene. Our manager, Ray Torrence, was just a kid down the block but one day we were approached by a guy named Gary Solomon (aka Gary Solo) who had Hollywood connections and we decided to go with him."

"He was kind of a shyster but he got us good gigs all over and made us polish up the act. We ended up being a well-oiled machine sometimes playing three different places in one night with our roadcrew going ahead of us to set up the next gig. The band performed with a light show with strobes and we put on a real show that most bands didn't have. Imagine a cross between James Brown and the Who. We played the Casey Kasem dances, traveled to Las Vegas and San Diego, opening for: The Seeds, Music Machine, Thee Midniters, Jimmy Reed, Steppenwolf, Buffalo Springfield, The Turtles and The Yardbirds. When we played in our hometown there were riots and we had to have police escorts a couple of times. At the time Bruce and I were 18, Art was 17 and Steve and Marc were 16."

"Then Gary told us we were going to record for Bill Holmes' All-American Records, the Strawberry Alarm Clock label. We went to Hollywood and recorded Brother Where Are You, Baby I Love You, and The Kids Are Allright. We were so green and naive and they didn't even let us in the mixdown session."

"Then came the 45 of Brother, Where Are You and Baby I Love You. We never even met Bill Holmes or had a contract when they started playing Brother on KRLA a bit. By the way, that silly noise at the end of Brother was not our idea. Anyway it didn't become a hit but I got to hear myself on L.A.'s biggest radio station. We continued playing and our musicianship got better, but times were a-changin quickly."

"Sometime afterwards I was asked to come up to Hollywood and sing on a demo that the lead singer of the Strawberry Alarm Clock and Gary Solo were making. I agreed to do it even though I didn't think the songs were very good, as I saw it as a chance to get some more recording experience. Bill Holmes had nothing to do with writing those songs, although he's credited as such on the Akarma release. Afterwards they made a small test pressing of the tunes and also put the three I.D. tunes on it. They gave me two of the test pressings, which I played for the guys and we all thought it was pretty funny. The tunes were bad, the playing was bad, and my singing was done in one pass, take it or leave it. I didn't really know the songs very well at all. The test pressing was jokingly called 'the Conroy' and we never listened to it again."

"About a year after we had done our recording Bruce Turner got the call to be the lead guitar player for the Strawberry Alarm Clock and decided to take it. At the time The Strawberry Alarm Clock had split in two and Bill Holmes had the lead singer with one band and the other members had another. Bruce joined the one with Bill Holmes and the lead singer which lasted about 6 months when the two factions sued each other and ended up in the courts for the next 15 years. So, that's what happened to the Strawberry Alarm Clock and I'm sure Bill Holmes had a lot to do with that. As for the I.D., after Bruce left we broke up and that was that. It was the Fall of 1968."

So, the Indescribably Delicious 'album', isn't quite what quite what it's been rumoured to be over the last few years.

The two reissues feature the same tracks, although Work Song and No Time To Answer on the 'Fanny' release are titled It's Been A Hard Hard Day and The World Is Ended Right Now on the Akarma version. The music is a mixed bag, from melodic psych-pop (Big Ben, Is It Love, The World Is Ended Right Now) which will certainly appeal to fans of Strawberry Alarm Clock, through to heavy fuzz, psychy pop-rock with occasionally soulful vocals (It's Been A Hard Hard Day, Take Me For One Last Ride) and onto full-blown brassy soul-pop (Jerry Ragavoy's Baby I Love You).

Incidentally, Greg Munford, who was also on the "Conroy" session does get a backing vocals credit on Big Brother Ernie Joseph's solo LP An All American Emperor, and also gets writer credits on a couple of tracks. The mystery is not quite complete however, as Brother, Where Are You (which we now know as being by the real Indescribably Delicious) also crops up as the Big Brother 45 (All-American 5718-AA), and is the EXACT same track right down to the spacey outro...

Today, Jim Conroy is still a musician and has two recent CD releases of his own:- "I mostly play Jazz now and am still passionate about making music and hope to be for the rest of my life. Bruce and Mark are also still both musicians and we talk frequently."

As for the reissues, the band are still waiting for any kind or royalty or contract from Bill Holmes...
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1 de junio de 2010

DRAGON - Dragon (BELGIUM-1976) @320

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Una pequeña joya del rock progresivo de este pais..Solo editado en Inglaterra. Publicaron 2 LP's..Este es su primero y mejor con diferencia. Excelentes guitarras con buenas voces,buen trabajo del mellotron y momentos de Space psych..Muy bueno.

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