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posted a comment on Ginhouse - Ginhouse. about 1 month ago
Unique album by Ginhouse, excellent trio from Newcastle. The cover of the record is a painting of what it's seems the unique photo of the band. The gatefold is pretty crazy like a lot of cover of the 70's. Musically it's in the classic vein of the heavy ... See full review
posted a comment on Jody Grind - One Step On. about 1 month ago
First record of the british trio Jody Grind, what a name ! And this release is a good catch if you are into 70's trip, out of the road twisted songs. The bluesy psych "usa" track sounds really great. And the crazy cover of the rolling stones is really ... See full review
posted a comment on Panama Limited* - Indian Summer. 2 months ago
Crazy distorted trippy folk in the total vein of the Captain beefheart and his magic band style. The singer sings like the captain, the harmonica sounds so sweet and the songs are really a must have of the 70's...
posted a review of Blue Phantom - Distortions. 4 months ago
The title "distillation" is just a killer track, trippy druggy psychedelic germs. Unfortunatly, the rest of the record is not as good as this exemple. We stay in a fuzzy psych-instrumental-rock vein, but the price of the original italian pressing isn't ... See full review
posted a review of Odin (3) - Odin. 4 months ago
Unique album by this english/german based quartet, came out on vertigo and doesn't explode the selling rate and the charts, which is the explanation of the rarity of this original pressing. Hard rock/prog rock not really bad, but not a must-have too. Too ... See full review
posted a review of Rhesus O - Rhesus O . 4 months ago
Good jazz-prog band coming from the suburbs of Paris. Featuring several members from the famous other french band Magma, and sounding more jazzy. This unique album from 1971 is a good catch, featuring also guy pedersen, famous bassist in the vaults of ... See full review
posted a review of Elias Hulk - Unchained. 4 months ago
Amazing unique album by Elias hulk, british quintet from Bournemouth, UK. Beautiful cover art, and great proto-hard-blues psych 70's rock. The title "we can fly" is just a killer one !
posted a review of Bunalım - Bunalım. 5 months ago
Surprising turkish psych-fuzz tripping 70's rock ! All the singles from the 70's era are unfindable, most of them has been certainly destroyed in the turkey area. This compilation is by the way a good opportunity to discover this great band...
posted a review of Stray (6) - Move It. 5 months ago
This stray's release sound sometimes so cheesy and has been. But if you really listen to it with attention, we must recognize that there are some really good songs inside, who stay in mind easily. Not the "must have" of the 70's but a pretty good one...
posted a comment on The Shaggs - Philosophy Of The World. 5 months ago
Kurt and Frank was right, best album ever. Ok to be pretty honest, this is the best "worst" album ever lol. But creating all this dissonance and disharmony (and a total horror look), kinda be some pretty genius in this case. The shaggs are in the ... See full review
posted a review of Univeria Zekt - The Unnamables. 5 months ago
If you're into magma sounds, it could be a good alternative. Featuring Christian Vander on drums. Finding this record a little bit boring and lazy, but not appreciate Magma. Or you can find a lot of similar sonorities on this unique only one shot of the ... See full review
posted a review of Killing Floor (2) - Out Of Uranus. 5 months ago
Killer 2nd release by the band killing floor, and the last unfortunatly. Pretty raw 70's blues hard rock who didn't meet the success that it could be. Story of fate in this case, but the artwork is just magic, and could be a classic of covert art like ... See full review
posted a review of Strawberry Path - When The Raven Has Come To The Earth. 5 months ago
Amazing record made and compose by only two crazy freaks musicians from Tokyo, japan. Sounds sometimes like Hendrix or the Stones, but always with this raw production which is pretty crazy. Delirium guitar solos, out of mind rollin' drums, organ madness ... See full review
posted a review of The Braen's Machine - Underground. 5 months ago
Alessandroni/rino de filippi best association for this psychedelic groovy experimental instrumental gems. This record was really mind blowing and surprising back then in the context of the 70's italian years. The conception was possible with the ... See full review
posted a comment on Chico Magnetic Band - Chico Magnetic Band. 5 months ago
Chico seems so cool. Don't you want to smoke a big rollin' of weed with him while listening to "electric ladyland" ?
posted a review of Chirco - Visitation. 5 months ago
Short lived band from Denver, Colorado who made only one LP pretty honest, and in adaptation with their time. Psych-prog rock with some folk touch. The band split up right after their former manager (who also create the label of the record) escape with ... See full review
posted a review of Dead Meadow - Dead Meadow. 5 months ago
One of the best revival psych-rock 70's band. This first record is a must have. Perfect written songs, smokin' soundscapes by aerial guitar, psychedelic in context artwork, it's a really good job...
posted a review of Bob Downes Open Music - Electric City. 5 months ago
Pretty agree that the production suffer of lack of power and clarity. But some songs are amazing on this records, jazz-rock take sometimes all his sense. And there are some sax attacks that john zorn himself won't deny !
posted a review of Jean Cohen-Solal - Flutes Libres. 5 months ago
If the cover looks a little bit cheesy and out of subject, the track "concerto cyclique" is just a big trippy groovy-psych instrumental as it best, an easy sample for hip hop, and hymn for chilling on a carpet. Don't miss it on a flea market !
posted a comment on Web* - I Spider. 5 months ago
The best web record for me, the two others are less inspiring. This one is great !
posted a review of David Axelrod - Song Of Innocence. 5 months ago
This record is just a massive MASTERPIECE. But unfortunatly, no other Axelrod's records are better than this one for me. An absolute and vital release of the early 70's...
posted a review of Pugsley Munion - Just Like You. 5 months ago
Unique record by this obscure band. A "cream" touch and regular battles between guitar and organ, not a vital release but a good one in this bluesy-garage psych way. "Trouble" is the best track for me...
posted a comment on The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Take It From The Man!. 5 months ago
If this record was out in 1972, it would sell tons of millions of releases and hit the charts. Unfortunatly, it was in 1996 and nobody cares. One the best 70's revival record, so great...
posted a comment on Cosmic Michael - Cosmic Michael. 5 months ago
Totally hippie freak musician, who disappear in the nature after two die hard obscur releases who were a really underground diy private press (certainly less than 100 copies). For a basement recording, the sound is pretty good, psych-acid rock really ... See full review
posted a review of Black Spirit - Black Spirit. 6 months ago
Sounds strange that italian musicians who were living in Germany compose together this record in the 70's but that's the truth. Raw proto-heavy psych just tasty. The only record is an holy grail very rare who was out as a private press. The artwork looks ... See full review
posted a comment on Blues Creation - Demon & Eleven Children. 6 months ago
Sounds sometimes like a light japanese version of Sabbath. But you hear also a bluesy influence. A masterpiece of the 70's psych-rock japan scene...
posted a comment on The Norman Haines Band - Den Of Iniquity. 6 months ago
Recorded in abbey road, but the beatles are out of the game. This is one UK holy grail treasure of psych-rock, the price of the record can testify it. The "rabbits" suite is the best track, a long tirade of upside crazy guitars solos and great organ ... See full review
posted a comment on Arachnoid - Arachnoid. 6 months ago
The french lyrics are crazy, drugs for everybody...a great record !