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Shiver - 1972 - San Francisco's Shiver

Heavy Rock/Heavy Psych/Stoner Rock power trio formed in San Francisco in 1969 by the Texan drummer Don Peck. In the style of Bluee Cheer, they soon had a rather Rough, Tuff reputation, playing Haight street fairs and Hells Angels biker parties. At one point they even had a singer with an iron hook for a hand, which he could use as a slide for his guitar, or for more violent purposes. Shiver played "heavy psychedelic rock” at its most primal — no overdubs, raw as hell. Rising from the same scene of Texas freaks like The 13th Floor Elevators, Johnny Gee & The G Men, and a pre-ZZ Top, Warlocks. In a city known for peace, love and flower power, San Francisco’s Shiver was an over the top, in your face, balls to the wall ‘gang’ of musicians that felt at home with Hell´s Angels and Hippies alike. Don Peck, drums, Neil Peron, bass and Frank Twist, guitar and vocals.(TRB)

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02 - Fixer
03 - Bone Shaker
04 - Interstelar Vision
05 - Alpha Man
06 - Rocky Road
07 - Keep On Rocking
08 - Up My Sleeve
09 - Winter Time

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