Sir Lord Baltimore

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US hard rock band from Brooklyn, New York.

The group was comprised of vocalist/drummer John Garner, guitarist Louis Dambra, and bassist Gary Justin.

Mike Saunders' May 1971 review of the band's debut album Kingdom Come in Creem magazine contained the first documented use of the term "heavy metal".
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Albums

SR 4-61328 Sir Lord Baltimore - Kingdom Come album art Sir Lord Baltimore Kingdom Come (Album) Mercury, Mercury SR 4-61328 US 1970 Sell This Version
SRM 1-613 Sir Lord Baltimore - Sir Lord Baltimore album art Sir Lord Baltimore Sir Lord Baltimore (Album) Mercury, Mercury SRM 1-613 US 1971 Sell This Version
none Sir Lord Baltimore - III Raw album art Sir Lord Baltimore III Raw (Album) JG Records, Inc. none US 2006 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

73181 Sir Lord Baltimore - Master Heartache / I Got A Woman album art Sir Lord Baltimore Master Heartache / I Got A Woman (Single) Mercury 73181 US 1971 Sell This Version
6832 991 Sir Lord Baltimore - Hard Rain Fallin' / Lady of Fire  album art Sir Lord Baltimore Hard Rain Fallin' / Lady of Fire (7", Promo) Mercury 6832 991 France Unknown Sell This Version

Compilations

314 522 241-2 Sir Lord Baltimore - Kingdom Come / Sir Lord Baltimore album art Sir Lord Baltimore Kingdom Come / Sir Lord Baltimore (Comp) Mercury 314 522 241-2 US 1994 Sell This Version
HNECD136T Sir Lord Baltimore - Complete Recordings 1970-2006 album art Sir Lord Baltimore Complete Recordings 1970-2006(3xCD, Comp, RM, Cap) HNE Recordings Ltd HNECD136T UK 2020 Sell This Version

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OkoSu

OkoSu

March 20, 2020
What about using of term "heavy metal" in Hapshash & the Coloured Coat Featuring Human Host and Heavy Metal Kids from '67.?
But, ok, probably the term was used in '71. Kingdom Come album's review for the first time to describe the music itself.
eskeshuus

eskeshuus

July 14, 2019
Name me an album that was heavier, more proto metal than 1970 'Kingdom Come'... ...right, there wasn't.
losaiko1234

losaiko1234

November 24, 2014
Original Hard Rock. Songs and music show depth have depth, meaning, as well as feeling later groups did not achieve. This group deserves more recognition from the rock industry. 'Nuff said....

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