Crack in the Cosmic Egg:
All of you should know that "The Nazgul" are the ominous "black riders" from Tolkien's "Lord Of The Rings". The group The Nazgul, thus tried to emulate this dark mysterious spirit. They proved to be the most free-form of improvising rock bands, in the nether regions of weirdest cosmic Tangerine Dream, and the most experimental of the bands on the Pyramid label.
According to a conversation with Toby Robinson (credited as Tolkien character Gandalf) The Nazgul were the most prolific of Pyramid acts, as they would while away the quiet hours of the graveyard shift at Dierks studio doing all sorts of experimentation, with tapes reeled from one machine to another, devising new ways of feedback and such-like. Apparently a second LP was also completed, but no reissue has appeared as yet.
Toby, now works at Moat Studios in London, and he is a well respected engineer and technician. The recent 12" EP (composed by Toby Robinson & Presence) saw him attempt a rebirth of The Nazgul, making use of recycling techniques for a record that sounds more like an atmospheric Nurse With wound release.
1. Les Nouvelles Terres (5:43)
2. Le Chant De Guerrier (4:30)
3. Quand La Nuit Se Réveille (3:00)
4. Ma Chanson (3:09)
5. Violence (5:44)
6. La Passe Du Grande Flambeau (5:05)
7. Il Est Déjà Tard
8. Voyage En Mer (4:48)
9. Génération (6:46)
Pierre Flynn / keyboards, lead vocals
Jean Dorais / guitars
Mario Légaré / bass guitar
Pierre Hébert / drums
wikip: Nico's Last Concert: Fata Morgana is a live album documenting Nico's performance at a show called Fata Morgana – Wüstenklänge im Planetarium (Fata Morgana – Desert Sounds in the Planetarium), held on June 6, 1988 in West Berlin as part of the European Capital of Culture festival that year. The concert (organized by musician Lutz Ulbrich) took place at the planetarium of the Wilhelm-Foerster-Sternwarte. Except for the album's closing song (which was previously released on The End...), Nico and her backing band The Faction composed all pieces specifically for the show, during which they were accompanied by optical effects and Moon-themed projected pictures and films.
As the title of the album indicates, the concert would be Nico's last, and the material on the album is among the last she (co-)wrote. Six weeks later, on July 18, she died while on vacation in Ibiza.
allmusic: Breakthrough was one of the very finest American garage LPs, fusing Midwestern guitar-organ pop with the raunch of British Invasion groups and stressing well-written original material. It is also extremely rare and, should you locate an original copy, extremely expensive. The two other songs are routine, dispensable covers of the Yardbirds' "Mr. You're a Better Man than I" and the McCoys' "Hang On Sloopy," so you shouldn't fret about their absence from your collection. ~ Richie Unterberger
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Debut Lp by the Scottish hard rock band Nazareth.
1. "Witchdoctor Woman" Charlton, McCafferty 4:09
2. "Dear John" 3:48
3. "Empty Arms, Empty Heart" 3:15
4. "I Had A Dream" 3:23
5. "Red Light Lady" 6:00
6. "Fat Man" Agnew, Charlton, McCafferty 3:25
7. "Country Girl" 4:05
8. "Morning Dew" (Bonnie Dobson cover) Bonnie Dobson, Tim Rose 7:06
9. "The King Is Dead" 4:47
bonus tracks: 10. "Friends" (b-side) 3:23
11. "Dear John" (single edit) 2:42
12. "Morning Dew" (alternate edited version) Bonnie Dobson 4:50
13. "Friends" (alternate edit of b-side) 3:26
14. "Morning Dew" (extended single version) Bonnie Dobson 8:07
15. "Witchdoctor Woman" (previously unreleased version) Charlton, Dan McCafferty 4:31
All lyrics written by Manny Charlton, Dan McCafferty, Pete Agnew, Darrell Sweet unless otherwise noted.
Dan McCafferty - lead vocals
Darrell Sweet - drums, back vocals
Pete Agnew - bass guitar, guitar, back vocals, lead vocals (4)
Manny Charlton - guitar, back vocals
Dave Stewart - organ (5)
Pete Wingfield - piano (2, 7)
Pete York - congas, jawbone, tambourine (9)
B.J. Cole - slide guitar (7)
Colin Fretcher - string and bass arrangements (5, 9)
Fifth studio album All the Young Dudes was a turning point for the then-struggling British band. Mott the Hoople were about to break up when David Bowie stepped in and gave them the song "All the Young Dudes". Bowie also produced the album, which took Mott "from potential has-beens to avatars of the glam rock movement". The title track, "All the Young Dudes", was released as a single prior to the album and charted worldwide, becoming the "ultimate '70s glitterkid anthem". "Sweet Jane", a cover of the Velvet Underground song from their 1970 album Loaded, was issued as a single in Canada, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and the United States, though not in their home market of the UK.
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