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submitted Various - British Psychedelic Rock At The BBC 1967-1969. 16 days ago
submitted Various - British Rock At The BBC 1967-1973. 23 days ago
submitted Various - British Hard & Heavy Rock At The BBC 1968-1973. 23 days ago
submitted Various - British Progressive Rock At The BBC 1968-1971. about 1 month ago
posted a comment on Legend (18) - Fröm The Fjörds. about 1 month ago
By far the best reissue until now on vinyl; for the very first time a gatefold sleeve and pictures and sleeve quality is much better than the previous issues.
submitted Legend (18) - Fröm The Fjörds. about 1 month ago
submitted Led Zeppelin - Live At Gonzaga University 30th December 1968 . about 1 month ago
submitted Saxon - Live At Beat-Club 1981. about 1 month ago
submitted Status Quo - Live At The BBC 1968-1970. about 1 month ago
submitted Led Zeppelin - North American Tour 1971. 6 months ago
submitted Iron Maiden - Live At The Palladium New York 1982. 6 months ago
submitted Black Sabbath - California Jam 1974. 6 months ago
submitted Baby Bertha - Baby Bertha. 6 months ago
submitted Charge (3) - Charge. 6 months ago
submitted D'Swooners - Portrait Of D'Swooners. 11 months ago
posted a comment on Jorge Barral - Chau. 11 months ago
Esteban Leivas talks about the album: "Chau, Flaco's 'lost' album, was an urgent idea that, somehow, Hamlet and I put into his tight list of things to do and unresolved emotions stemming from his sudden decision to go to Europe in 1972. We considered ... See full review
submitted Jorge Barral - Chau. 11 months ago
submitted The Spiders (3) - The Spiders '69. 11 months ago
submitted Dust (12) - Dust. 11 months ago
submitted Vox Dei (2) - Vox Dei Para Vox Dei. 12 months ago
submitted The Jarvis Street Revue - Mr. Oil Man. 12 months ago
submitted Diamond Head (2) - Borrowed Time. 12 months ago
submitted Judas Priest - Live In Tokyo 1978. about 1 year ago
submitted Black Sabbath - Live In Lausanne April 1970. about 1 year ago
submitted Deep Purple - Live In Amsterdam August 1969. about 1 year ago
submitted Led Zeppelin - Live At The Royal Albert Hall January 1970. about 1 year ago
submitted Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson - Back Door Blues. about 1 year ago
submitted Mogul Thrash - BBC Sessions And Album Outtakes 1970-1971. about 1 year ago
submitted Michael Raven (2) & Joan Mills - Death And The Lady. about 1 year ago
submitted Yes - In Concert 1971. about 1 year ago
posted a review of Various - This Side Of The River. about 1 year ago
Ye olde charming English folk record strikes again on this endearing studio compilation featuring seven different UK artists, highlighted by some attractive female vocals. All fourteen tracks are strong and several fall into the category of absolutely ... See full review
submitted Free - Live At The Isle Of Wight 1970. about 1 year ago
submitted Led Zeppelin - Blueberry Hill - Live At L.A. Forum 1970. about 1 year ago
submitted Black Sabbath - Live In Dumfries November 1969. about 1 year ago
posted a review of Shekina Glory - Have You Considered?. about 1 year ago
Very impressive custom obscurity from five-guy two-girl outfit scoring high with their mix of dreamy mysterious folk/psych, hard rock and west-coast rural rock. Some really breathtaking moments here. One listen to powerful songs like ‘If I Don’t Let ... See full review
posted a review of Another World Production - The End Of The Age. about 1 year ago
All the elements of good guitar-based progressive rock can be found in this Wisconsin male foursome’s excellent hard-to-find custom. A variety of expressions gives the music a lot of depth. ‘He Is Real’, ‘Tales Of Evil’, ‘What Will Become’, the ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Kairos Live!. about 1 year ago
Kairos was a Jesus Revolution youth gathering that took place on the lawn in front of Australia’s Parliament House in March 1973. Numerous Christian bands participated and six of them are preserved on this fascinating vinyl document. Ebenezer stands out ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Bennelong Session. about 1 year ago
Top-notch live album featuring six different Australian artists performing before an audience at the Sydney Opera House Recording Studio. The band Kristopher opens the set with a good driving electric classic-rock statement called ‘The Trip’. Acoustic ... See full review
submitted Led Zeppelin - Live At Texas International Pop Festival August 1969. about 1 year ago
submitted Led Zeppelin - Live At Whisky A Go-Go 5th January 1969. about 1 year ago
submitted Claudio Gabis - Claudio Gabis. about 1 year ago
submitted Pappo's Blues - Volumen 7. about 1 year ago
posted a review of The 4th Movement - Totally. about 1 year ago
Good follow-up, still in the unrefined retro sound With some summery soulful jazz—rock and a touch of funk added to their repertoire. ‘Return Of The King’, ‘Television In Decision’, ‘When The World Lives As One’, ‘Escapade’, ‘The Son’, ‘A Million ... See full review
posted a review of The 4th Movement - The 4th Movement. about 1 year ago
As Darth Vader might say: “The fuzz is strong on this one”. Monster home-made lp from three black brothers with eyes set back ten years toward heavy bluesy fuzzed-out Hendrix sounds, With Bobby Hackney on bass and lead vocals, Dennis Hackney on drums, ... See full review
posted a review of U.S. Apple Corps - Let The Music Take Your Mind. over 2 years ago
More loud intense soulful hard rockin’ on this tougher-to-find follow-up. A new male singer takes over most of the lead vocals, pouring it on with a fervency equal to his female predecessor. And while their debut was strictly standards, Let The Music ... See full review
posted a review of Living Sacrifice Band - Beauty For Ashes. over 2 years ago
Beauty For Ashes included a few personnel changes as well as a move to New Jersey. Although the later sound makes for a slightly lesser work, there’s indeed plenty to admire here. Mellow folk praise dominates side one, a more or less pleasant and ... See full review
posted a review of Living Sacrifice Band - A Call To Brokeness. over 2 years ago
The group’s fusion of progressive and hard rock became fully realized with the stunning A Call To Brokeness. You’ll be tempted to blow out your speakers on this one – the production is A-1, the gals’ vocals are especially dynamic, and the stinging loud ... See full review
posted a review of The Last Call Of Shiloh - The Last Call Of Shiloh. over 2 years ago
Excruciatingly rare and highly desirable slab of west coast garagy rock rooted in the San Francisco sound. Taking their name from Genesis 49:10, this 4-guy, 2-gal outreach of the Idaho Jesus People Army had an edgy homemade sound that’s been likened to a ... See full review
posted a review of Harvest Flight - One Way. over 2 years ago
Early classic highly sought after and cherished by collectors and rightly so - for perfectly capturing so many different moods. Side one blasts off with hard rock on 'Kingdom', switching to other-worldly drifting folk/psych on 'Change', on to a killer ... See full review
posted a review of Jimmy Hotz - Beyond The Crystal Sea. over 2 years ago
Ask any in-the-know collector about the best Christian progressive art rock album and the answer is usually as toss up between Arkangel’s Warrior and this one. Beyond The Crystal Sea is the heavier and spacier of the two, plastered with what seems like ... See full review