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10 Jun 2016

Mad Dog “Dawn Of The Seventh Sun” 1969 US garage psych blues rock




Mad Dog  “Dawn Of The Seventh Sun” 1969 US garage psych blues rock

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Monstrous and unreleased at the time heavy/psychedelic/west coast artifact of the highest order. This is one of the five best ever promo only releases to emerge from California. Only released in a quantity of a couple of copies to get a major record deal that never materialized. Three of the songs were used in a low-budget biker flick called “Black Angels”. The original demo LP had only a plain black label with no kinds of credits. The band is related with “The Zoo” of “Presents Chocolate Moose” fame.
The original producer said that a demo only LP was released by “The Zoo” after the “Chocolate Moose” album. The slightly different line-up had the name “Joyful Noise” (you can see a scan of the acetate in Hans Pokora’s 4001 record collector’s dream) but at this time they were looking for a tougher name to fit to the music and they found “Mad Dog”. Under this name a couple of test pressings were done. The album was amazing remastering straight from the mastertapes.
Personnel:
Howard M. Leese — acoustic & electric guitars, backing vocals, producer
Gary Witkosky — lead & backing vocals, tenor sax, flute
Vincent «Murphy» Carfagna — rhythm guitar
Terry Gottlieb — bass, backing vocals
Steve Goldstein — drums, percussion

Tracks:

01. Suite For Two Guitars — 1:45
02. Military Disgust — 4:59
03. Ala Ala — 2:37
04. Fort Huachuca Blues — 4:42
05. Everything’s Alright — 2:38
06. Dawn Of The Seventh Sun — 6:53
07. The Fast Song — 3:27
08. When It Touches You — 3:37
09. Soulful Bowlful — 4:52
Bonus:
10. Free Fall — 6:12  

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