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Steppenwolf (The Sparrow) - 1967 - Early Steppenwolf

Recorded live at San Francisco's The Matrix in May 1967 while they were still called The Sparrow, a Canadian Sixties blues-rock band, evolved out of Jack London & The Sparrows and later morphed into Steppenwolf. This is some powerful, bluesy garage rock. Early versions of some songs later done as Steppenwolf (Power Play, Tighten Up Your Wig, Corinna, Corinna and The Pusher), and a couple covers of songs by John Lee Hooker & Howlin' Wolf. Great sound quality for a 1967 live recording. The version of The Pusher on this is 21 minutes long. About half of that though is an extended psychedelic improvisation.

01 - Power Play
02 - Howlin' For My Darlin'
03 - I'm Goin' Upstairs
04 - Corina, Corina
05 - Tighten Up Your Wig
06 - The Pusher

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