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4 Sep 2016

The Damnation of Adam Blessing “The Damnation of Adam Blessing” 1969 US Psych Rock debut album









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The Damnation of Adam Blessing “The Damnation of Adam Blessing” 1969 US Psych Rock debut album 

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmxDRnkdtpQ&list=PL8a8cutYP7fqwHtCmMMj_tRB1f0p8yGcf 

watch interview by psychedelic baby… 

http://www.psychedelicbabymag.com/2011/11/damnation-of-adam-blessing-interview.html 

Cleveland acid rock combo the Damnation of Adam Blessing was formed in 1968 from the ashes of a pair of local garage bands, the Society and Dust; led by frontman Adam Blessing (Bill Constable), the group also included guitaristsJim Quinn and Bob Kalamasz, bassist Ray Benich, and drummer Bill Schwark. After months of relentless local gigging – often as the opener for hometown heroes the James Gang – the Damnation of Adam Blessing signed to United Artists and issued their self-titled debut LP in 1969, followed by a tour in support of the Faces. Second Damnation followed a year later, generating the minor hit “Back to the River”; with their third album, 1971’s Which Is Justice, Which Is the Thief, Schwark was replaced by Blessing’s drummer brother Ken Constable. In 1973, the group renamed itself Glory, releasing a self-titled LP on the UA subsidiary Avalanche before disbanding. The Italian reissue imprint Akarma re-released all of the Damnation of Adam Blessing’s albums in the early to mid-2000s as either straight-up re-releases or with additional bonus tracks. The label even released a reissue of the obscure Glory album and offered deluxe vinyl pressings of most of the CDs as well…. 

… who were “far ahead of their time” and are now receiving growing critical acclaim — by those in the know – 35 years after the bands demise. This lavishly produced cd –The Damnation of Adam Blessing is considered their best albumn out of 4 produced from 1969-1972 – but they are all heads over heels when compared to a lot of current “big name” staples of classic rock radio. DOAB recently played in Cleveland and Akron on April 27-28th (only the second time in 35 years!!!). Cookbook, Lonely, You Don’t Love Me, PLUS a stunning version of the late Tim Rose penned classic “Morning Dew” shows that DOAB is one of the Great-great bands of ANY era. 

On top of the recorded tracks – 2 bonus tracks are included. Hands down – “Floatin” was a show stopper back in the day –one of the all time enduring jams – and it remains so for this legendary band. In sum – buy this albumn and “take a technicolor daydream, and let your mind and soul unwind…… 


Adam Blessing - Lead Vocals 
Ray Benich - Bass Guitar 
Kenny Constable - Lead & Supporting Vocals 
Jimmy Quinn - Rhythm Guitar - Supporting Vocals 
Bobby Kalamasz - Lead Guitar - Supporting Vocals 
Billy Schwark - Drums - Percussion 

Tracks 
1. Cookbook 
2. Morning Dew 
3. Le’ Voyage 
4. You Don’t Love Me 
5. Strings and Things 
6. Last Train to Clarksville 
7. Dreams 
8. Hold On 
9. Lonely 

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