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Earth Island were a Canadian Psychedelic Sunshine group that included Bill Liska, Bruce Doshier, Richard Vanderwoerdt, and Nicholas Rush. The album was produced by Kim Fowley and is rumored to include Skip Battin doing some session work on bass.(A.A.) "A great West-coast groovy-vibes light psych with enough electricity &  vroom to keep things from getting dull." (E.C)

01 - Earth People's Park
02 - Civilization, I Can't Hear A Word
03 - Ride The Universe
04 - Seasons Of Our Lives
05 - This Island Earth
06 - Doomsday Afternoon
07 - Ashes, Ashes, All Fall Down
08 - Greatest Adventure Of Our Lives
09 - Peace & Understanding, Toronto 1970
10 - Mother Earth Is A Beautiful Lover
11 - The Hungry Planet
12 - Save Our World, We Must Survive

Category: Oldies | Views: 1501 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-16

Released only in Italy, this is one of the more coveted rarities of the British Invasion era, by a reasonably esteemed U.K. R&B/mod rock band that only had a few obscure singles available in Britain. The Primitives were moving toward soul from their raving R&B roots by this time, and the album is a mix of covers of then-contemporary soul hits with a few originals. Some of the songs are in English, and some in Italian, although the group themselves were British.

01 - Gimme Some Loving
02 - L'ombra De Nessuno
03 - No Response
04 - Johnny No
05 - Cara Lin
06 - Yeeeeeh!
07 - Gira Gira
08 - Every Minute Of Every Day
09 - Mister Heartache
10 - Ma Beata Te
11 - Sookie, Sookie
12 - Mohair Sam

Category: Oldies | Views: 1397 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-16

Hookfoot was a British rock band, active from 1970 to 1974. Formed by Caleb Quaye (guitars, piano and vocals) and three fellow DJM session musicians, Ian Duck (vocals, guitars and harmonica), Roger Pope (drums) and David Glover (bass), the band were also backing musicians for Elton John, appearing together on most of his early recordings for DJM. Fred Gandy (bass - formerly of Bluesology) replaced David Glover, who left after the release of the second album. This is the debut album. "For the last three years, Hookfoot and I have been friends. We've all struggled together and at last their first album is ready. For me, they are potentially the best new English band. This album is only the beginning."(Elton John)

01 - Bluebird
02 - Mystic Lady
03 - Movies
04 - Nature Changes
05 - Wim Wom
06 - Don't Let It Bring You Down
07 - Coombe Gallows
08 - Crazy Fool
09 - Golden Eagle

Category: Oldies | Views: 1550 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-16

Will Betz, Bass, Guitar, Electric Guitar, Al Camardo, Percussion, Tom Champion,    Percussion, Drums, Tom Chapson, Drums, Anya Cohen, Percussion, Tambourine, Vocals, Michael Lynne, Bass, Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals and John Williamson, Bass, Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals. A jazzy take on Jefferson Airplane. Nice album with quite some psychedelic touches. Arranged and produced by Rick Shorter. Released on Verve Forecast in 1968. (My Generation)

01 - Multilevular Conversational Tightrope Walking Shoes
02 - Boeing 707
03 - Some Thoughts Of A Young Man's Girl
04 - Medley If I Needed Someone
05 - See See Rider
06 - What A Strange Town
07 - It's Hard To Live On Promises
08 - There's One Kind Favor
09 - High Heel Sneakers

Category: Oldies | Views: 1408 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-16

An intriguing mystery outfit (apparently this isn't a real band, just a group of studio muscians based in Los Angeles) whose albums have become sought-after for their over-top heavy psych-blues-rock mayhem that owes much to Hendrix, Iron Butterfly and Blue Cheer's Vincebus Eruptum. Probably is the same group that ,has realise 3 albums with diferent group name. As "Firebirds" Light my Fire, as "31 Flavors" Hair and as "Electric Firebirds" Dance Party Time. Light My Fire, is not for the listener who must have polished studio work, for 1968 this is brutal noise. Ozzy, Geezer, Tony, and Bill must have had a listen to this before they put together the first Black Sabbath LP.

01 - Warm Up
02 - Reflections - Bye Baby
03 - Free Bass
04 - Free Drum
05 - Free Fuzz Gypsy Fire
06 - Desilusions
07 - No Tomorrows
08 - Light My Fire

Category: Oldies | Views: 1654 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-16

There is no information about this band, maybe it is a study project. Their album was a "Super K" production by Kasenetz-Katz, with a psychedelic side and a bubblegum side. Among its better tracks are 4th Dimension and Seance, and overall it's worth hearing. One of the tracks, The Seance started when Jeff Katz came into the studio whilst the engineer was trying to get a volume and EQ level. As usual, the band were goofin-off - playing dissonant jibberish to irritate and annoy the engineer, but Jeff thought that THAT SOUND was' just what he was looking for ' to finish the album... One track from the album, Mysterious Martha has been compiled on Psychosis From The 13th Dimension.

01 - Where Are We Goin' To
02 - 4Th Dimension
03 - Gypsy Lady
04 - I Got Troubles (You Got Troubles)
05 - The Seance
06 - Mysterious Martha Garoo
07 - The Book
08 - Land Of Krepus
09 - Mrs. Fortune Teller
10 - Everybody's Got A Song To Sing

Category: Oldies | Views: 1652 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-16

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