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    Main » 2014 » July » 18



    Country Joe & The Fish ~ 1968 ~ Togethergenre: psych
    country: us
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 34'59"  size: 212 mb

    "Rock and Soul Music" (McDonald, Melton, Cohen, Barthol, Hirsh) – 6:51
    "Susan" (Hirsh) - 3:28
    "Mojo Navigator" (Denson, Melton, McDonald) - 2:23
    "Bright Suburban Mr. & Mrs. Clean Machine" (Hirsh, Melton) - 2:19
    "Good Guys/Bad Guys Cheer / The Streets of Your Town" (Melton) - 3:43
    "The Fish Moan" - 0:27
    "The Harlem Song" (McDonald) - 4:19
    "Waltzing in the Moonlight" (Hirsh, Melton) - 2:13
    "Away Bounce My Bubbles" (Hirsh) - 2:25
    "Cetacean" (Barthol) - 3:38
    "An Untitled Protest" (McDonald) - 2:45


    COUNTRY JOE MCDONALD    gtr, vcls, hmnca
    BARRY MELTON    gtr
    BRUCE BARTHOL    bs
    DAVID COHEN    keyb'ds, vcls
    CHICKEN HIRSCH drms


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    Bolder Damn ~ 1971 ~ Mourninggenre: heavy
    country: us
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 38'03"  size: 284 mb

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    This outfit formed in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in the summer of 1969. They played a sort of heavy rock music in the Black Sabbath/Alice Cooper vein and had a spectacular live show, opening for many 'big name' acts. The above album was recorded in just four hours and pressed in limited quantities for distribution to local fans. Just when major labels were beginning to show an interest John Anderson and Ron Reffeff were drafted leading to the band's demise.
    The album's recent reissue on the Rockadelic label has brought it to a slightly wider audience because the original release was obviously ultra rare. If you're into heavy rock you'll like this. Rock On and Breakthrough have a great beat and driving guitar, whilst Dead Meat which takes up most of side two shows they were willing to experiment. It's very heavy, quite imaginative and espoused the revolutionary lyrics which were common from bands in this era.

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    Blue Mountain Eagle ~ 1970 ~ Blue Mountain Eaglegenre: heavy
    country: us
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 37'17"  size: 272 mb

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    A short-lived Californian band who came into existence in July 1969, when Dewey Martin left New Buffalo. The remaining band members were left with a recording deal struck on the strength of Martin's previous connections with Buffalo Springfield, so all that was needed was a simple name change and to recruit a Joey Newman (ex- Don and The Goodtimes / Touch) as a replacement.
    Produced by Bill Halverson and recorded in L.A. in August and December 1969, the album will interest guitar lovers. The highlight and opening track, Love Is Here, is a memorable guitar-driven heavy rocker and others like Feel Like A Bandit, Loveless Lives and the more mellow Yellow's Dream feature more good guitar work. Others exhibit more than a touch of country influence and the album becomes a bit flat in places on side two. All the songs were written by group members, except Trivial Sum, a Terry Furlong/Richard Bowen composition.
    In 1970 Blue Mountain Eagle played on bills with Love, Eric Burdon and War, Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix. Fuller left in May 1970 to join Dewey Martin's Medicine Ball and the band split in late 1970 after Poncher left to (briefly) join Love.
    Randy Fuller was Bobby Fuller's brother and later had his own band. David Price, Bob Jones and Don Poncher went on to work with Augie Meyer (Sir Douglas Quintet) for his Western Head Music album in 1973. Don Poncher became a successful session man, working with Bobby Whitlock, Jim Price, Chris Jagger, Joe Cocker and also Arthur Lee (on his Vindicator album, 1972). ~ 
    (Vernon Joynson / Stephane Rebeschini Nick Warburton)

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