As most of you know this album is an obscure find from this otherwise quite bland R & B/Soul band from SWE. They released an album in 68 which was nothing special. But the stuff here is totally different n totally out there to speak. You get a wild ass vibe similar to say Jesse Harper combined with even more fuzz and a early Hendrix vibe. Finally you get a monster HEAVY and crude Blue Cheer vibe thrown in aswell for maximum blast-a-bility.. Yes me thinks this will blow you away in a grande way. Shadoks reissued this awhile back, so grabb a copy from em n support their work. Heavy out LOUD now!!!
For May you get a special treat folks. You know there are bucket loads of Blues compilations which quite frankly don't offer much for folks like us. If you love blues n want the raw crude direct blues played with good catchy melodies me thinks you will like this collection of tunes. These are a bunch of personal favorites which deliver the goods to speak. Ya all enjoy the tunes n don't let Son House pull you down too much into his dark world ha ha. Rock on folks!
This band has been blowing me a way a while now n their wildest tunes like Valley Thunder , All you have left is me, Ramblin man and monster cover of Tobacco Road are just plain kick ass tunes. They're Heavy wild and with a raw southern blues vibe with harp mixed with manic barbed wire vocals make em n this album a keeper. The rest of the tunes are more in the progressive Tull mould, not a band thing but something which might make these guys become overlooked by the heavier crowds. Jamul was managed by Steppenwolfs manger and they played lots of biker partys which says something about them. I'd call these guys CA's gritter dirtier Steppenwolf. Have a blast folks!!
White Lightning was the brainchild of The Litter's guitarist Zippy Caplan and is a Cream influencedventure into early Hardrock/ Heavy rock or Heavy psychedelic rock. The Cream vibe is present in Zippys leads and song writing. The sound is a mix of 60's garage rock and later 60's hard rock.. truly a proto hardrock transistion era creation which is very unique in itself. Imagine a heavy album recorded in a old studio specializing in that garage rock sound. The raw fuzz moves put this album into psychedelia land with ease and are another great feature. You get the 1968 White Lightning material here including tracks of their singles. Play loud n have a blast as always. Thanx for your support appreciate it.
About time this smoking album gets featured here on the blog. If you are like me n luv the wild dynamic blast of The Who circa 1969 -1971, you will love this album. These guys play the same heavy wild dynamic psychedelic hardrock. You could see these guys are The Whos kid brothers from California. For years I thought these guys were some mid 60's garage band due to the style of the logo and the vibe of the album cover. When I actually heard the album I was blown away by the wild dynamic playing and the talented songwriting. Monster cuts here are "Time seller" and "Poison Ivy" Have a blast folks!
Hello folks, it's time for a kick ass sampler of the rawest, crudest underground rock, hardrock, heavy psychedelic rock, n the best n rawest biker flick soundtrack goodies for your listening pleasure. This sampler will apeal to yous who love n appreciate the raw crude gritty 60's/70's bike scene.. Sample the goodies at your own choice n preference. You also get scans of Ed Roths classic 1968 issue 1 of Chopper magazine in this download. All I'm saying is have a blast n see ya all later.
Yes folks it's the holidays season again n I wish you all a great midwinter solice or Yule as we call it. As a pressent you get the raw heavy Mountain live tape from Woodstock of which parts ended up on the 1972 Live album n personal favorite, The Road Goes Ever On. The sound is raw but that enhances the vibe. As a secret present you get another Heavy raw Live tape by a early incarnation of a band we all like. Included in the package for u to discover. Heavy Midwinter solice n Thanks for all support n friendship during this year. Also our friend Guru of Subliminal Sounds has released an exellent book on psychedelics n the culture support him n get it if it's ya thing