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Saturday, 9 July 2016

Hill Andon “Page One” 1974 Japan Folk Psych







Hill Andon “Page One” 1974  mega rare  Japan Folk Psych

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BGiov7Pq7A

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-z_XbzCzMg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0r8iaRaY74

an obscure group who made at least one album, ‘Page One’ [Fish, 1975]. The music is mostly laid-back mellow rock with a melancholic edge and a mild country/folk rock feel, with great fuzz guitar leads; one track is a long heavier rock piece. Quite a bit of this album sounds like it has a Neil Young & Crazy Horse influence..

(members)
家田和則 Kazunori Ieda…..vo ,eg,ag,eb
島村英彦 Hidehiko Shimamura…..vo,eg,ag,p
深山光一 Kouichi Miyama……vo.ag
矢部武司 Takeshi Yabe…..vo,ag,eb
岩井正明 Masaaki Iwai….vo,ds

Side A
1.伽藍堂 garandou :lead vocal by Ieda.
means emptiness
2.寒い夏 samui natsu :lv by Miyama.
means cold summer
3.吸血鬼の歌 kyuuketuki no uta :lv by Ieda
means vampire’s song
4.五月 gogatsu :lv by Ieda & Shimamura
means May
5.影 kage :lv by Miyama
means shadow

Side B
1.風まかせ kaze makase :lv by Ieda
means As the wind likes
2.二月にて nigatsu nite :lv by Ieda
means in February
3.何かが nanikaga :lv by Yabe
means something
4.ささやき sasayaki :lv by Ieda
means whisper



Eternity “Eternity” 1981 US Private Hard Rock Proto Punk


Eternity “Eternity” 1981 US Private Hard Rock Proto Punk 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZkeJNVures

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3cbkrwCL7Y

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqq-qUUwQC4


watch review by psychedelic baby

http://www.psychedelicbabymag.com/2015/06/eternity-eternity-19812015-review.html


Got Kinda Lost Records – named after the song by ex-Big Star founding member Chris Bell – is the newest reissue imprint by the Guerssen Label Group. Curated by Jeremy Cargill (Assistant Editor for Ugly Things Magazine), the label’s focus is archival and reissue work specializing in the realms of proto-punk, ‘70s pop/power pop, glam, psych, privately-pressed hard rock, and “out of time” treasures. If you’re forever searching for lost treasures, and yearn for a time when hard rock was free of pretense, look no further – Got Kinda Lost Records presents the wasted, basement hard rock of Eternity. Originally recorded in 1979-1980, and released on a private label in 1981, many songs originate from an earlier period in the '70s, giving the release an “out of time” quality. Led by the confidant vocals of Wallace Stoneking and the “human-riff” creativity of Frank Monroe, Eternity created a groove-oriented, no-frills brand of hard rock, capturing the flair of their heroes existing a decade prior – and within this set Wallace Stoneking tells of all the surreal interactions and experiences that colored their time together. This set is sure to please fans of '70s proto-stoner, hard-rock, “out of time” private press treasures, and your uncle who still drives that '72 Camaro. Recommended for fans of Blue Cheer, Black Sabbath, Nazca Line, Led Zep, Magi, Leaf Hound, and Stagefright.. 

If you’re forever searching for lost treasures, and yearn for a time when hard rock was free of pretense, look no further—Got Kinda Lost Records presents the wasted, basement hard rock of Eternity. Originally recorded in 1979-’80, and released on a private label in 1981, many songs originate from an earlier period in the ‘70s, giving the release an “out of time” quality. 

Led by the confidant vocals of Wallace Stoneking and the “human-riff” creativity of Frank Monroe, Eternity created a groove-oriented, no frills brand of hard rock, capturing the flair of their heroes existing a decade prior—and within this set Wallace Stoneking tells of all the surreal interactions and experiences that colored their time together. Led by the confidant vocals of Wallace Stoneking and the “human-riff” creativity of Frank Monroe, Eternity created a groove-oriented, no frills brand of hard rock, capturing the flair of their heroes existing a decade prior—and within this set Wallace Stoneking tells of all the surreal interactions and experiences that colored their time together. 

This set is sure to please fans of 70s proto-stoner sounds, hard-rock, “out of time” private press treasures, and your uncle who still drives that ’72 Camaro. 

Recommended for fans of Blue Cheer, Black Sabbath, Nazca Line, Led Zep, Magi, Leaf Hound, and Stagefright… 




Tracklist: 

A1 - Plastic World (3:40) 
A2 - Cold Day in Hell (4:27) 
A3 - Fantasy (3:30) 
A4 - Fire and Flame (4:30) 
A5 - She’s So Hard (To Believe In) (3:25) 
A6 - Looking Back at You [Bonus Track from 1st 7"] (3:58) 

B1 - I Wouldn’t Be Here (5:08) 
B2 - More (5:27) 
B3 - Mid Evil Space (4:52) 
B4 - Days of Revolation (3:10) 
B5 - Dreams (4:00) 

Iron Lung “ High Bail ” 1975 US Private Garage Psych Blues









Iron Lung “High Bail ” 1975 US  Ultra rare Private Garage Psych Blues

full

https://vk.com/wall312142499_4254

only and rare album from Illinois, printed privately 
on the Chicago label KDR Records of 400 copies . Eight 
quality blues compositions, sometimes deviates slightly in the soul, 
in a very solid 

Bill Boltz – rhythm & lead guitar, vocals 
Roger Repp – rhythm guitar, vocals 
Wayne Peterson – bass 
Rod Anderson – drums 
and: 
Tom Kleeman — saxophone (05) 
C.T.S. Express — backing vocals (02, 04, 06)

A1 Because Of You 5:06
A2 High Bail 4:44
A3 Nobody Cares 4:28
A4 The Thrill Is Over 7:13
B1 Telephone Blues 7:18
B2 Misled 4:

Spontaneous Combustion “Triad” 1972 UK Progressive Rock












Spontaneous Combustion “Triad” 1972 UK Progressive Rock remastered

full...in google+

https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/100487228077719247574/albums/6182281422189302737

A remarkable album from an unfortunately short-lived band, the high-velocity Spontaneous Combustion found Greg Lake applying his production talents to an amazingly talented power trio that featured the brother act of Gary Margetts (guitar) and Tristian Margetts (bass), along with powerhouse drummer Tony Brock. The startling result, with its intricate structures of lead guitar and surround-sound drumming, was packaged in a sleeve designed to look like an oversized comic book. Triad, the second Spontaneous Combustion set, found the Margetts brothers apparently more focused on image than their music. The playing was still tight and clever, but the spark of the first album had been replaced by blow-dried hairdos.~ Steven McDonald, All Music Guide..




Jamie DeFrates.“Son Of Dust"1978 US Private Psych Folk masterpiece..!!







Jamie DeFrates.“Son Of Dust"1978 US Private Psych Folk masterpiece..!!

 full

http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/x41o67_John_Dug_jamie-defrates-son-of-dust-1978/1#video=x31wd3n


Spectra “No Secrets” 1979 US Private Fusion Prog Jazz Rock gem











Spectra “No Secrets” 1979 US Private Fusion Prog Jazz Rock gem




full

http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/x41r05_John_Dug_spectra-no-secrets-1979-us-fusion-prog/1#video=x324iqe


Playing in the style of Genesis transient group of California recorded their only album in their own studio in Paradise, California in the period March - July 1979. Means, you see, were the boys, since the studio had produced the release and the release of themselves.

Spectra:

John Burgess - Vocals
Randall Bumpous - Bass, vocals
Billy Councilman - Drums, percussion, vocals
Russell Jones - Guitar, vocals
Neil Montgomery - Sax, flute, vocals

Raw Material “Raw Material” 1970 first album + “Time Is” 1971 second album UK Prog Rock













Raw Material “Raw Material” 1970 first album + “Time Is” 1971 second album UK Prog Rock.

first album review:

Highly obscure and criminally underrated, British outfit Raw Material may not have exactly set the world alight with the two albums they released at the beginning of the 1970s, yet both do fully deserve their place in the gilded pantheon of ‘lost classics’. A self-titled effort, the first Raw Material release (barely) saw the light of day in 1970, pretty early in progressive rock’s development, but thanks to a chicken-livered label and complete-and- utter apathy from the days music press this was an album cruelly doomed to fail right from the start. However, whilst 'Raw Material’ may have sunk without trace when first released, the same cannot be said for the album’s 21st century CD reissue, which has happily re-ignited interest in the forgotten group(so much so that the Relics imprint have re-released the album on limited-edition vinyl!). And boy do they deserve it. Blending elements of psychedelia, organ-baked blues, jazz-tinged rock, folksy meanderings and lysergic- dipped pop, 'Raw Material’ is indeed a fascinating set, featuring an eclectic brew of styles that somehow manage to hang convincingly together. The album also has a strange, atmospheric tone that lends a seriously cosmic ambience to proceedings, especially on the mystic opener 'Time & Illusion’ which brings to mind both 'Meddle’-era Pink Floyd and King Crimson during their more aggressive moments. Add the pacey, blues- inflected raunch of 'Fighting Cock’, the sparse, dreamy acid-pop of 'Future Recollections’ and 'Traveller Man’s flute-doused fusion and you have a genuinely exciting album that constantly surprises with it’s stylistic invention and gutsy playing. Nowadays, of course, original vinyl copies fetch a small fortune on the collector’s circuit, and for once the reputation of the record is matched by the music it contains. They may have been summarily ignored in their own time, but life has a funny way of turning the tables on almost everyone and everything, and thankfully the raw deal dealt to 'Raw Material ’ has finally come full circle. An excellent slice of jazzy, cosmic prog, this comes very highly recommended indeed…

second album review:

It was while trying to find some info on FLAMENGO’s classic record that I read in a person’s review that they reminded him of RAW MATERIAL. I had never heard of that band as far as I could remember so I investigated and found out they released two studio albums (1970 / 1971) and then disappeared. The Gnosis site that rates albums fairly hard had this second record rated much higher than the first but also at an avareage rating of 11 out of 16 making this one a must have according to the experts. I wasn’t blown away by it that’s for sure but it is a solid 4 stars in my world. I’m very pleased to own it and the sax really reminds me of Ian McDonald’s work on KING CRIMSON’s debut.
“Ice Queen” opens with the wind blowing then the music kicks in and takes over. This reminds me of early KING CRIMSON then the vocals follow. Love when it settles 1 ½ minutes in and the wind returns. Contrasts continue. A jazzy interlude before 3 minutes with piano. The wind is back 4 minutes in then it kicks in again. Flute arrives after 5 minutes. “Empty Houses” opens with guitar and drums as the sax joins in. Passionate vocals a minute in. The sax replaces the vocals. Great sound after 4 ½ minutes, quite powerful. The vocals are back after 6 minutes along with the organ. This is great right to the end. “Insolent Lady” features acoustic guitar and reserved vocals early on. Flute and bass help out too. Mellow stuff. The piano replaces the vocals then it kicks in with sax 2 ½ minutes in. Vocals follow. A silent calm before 4 ½ minutes then strummed guitar takes over followed by piano then organ as it builds. Drums and sax follow then vocals after 7 minutes.
“Miracle Worker” is just a pleasure to listen to instrumentally. The sax, keyboards and guitar especially. “Religion” is an uptempo vocal track with blasting sax and a catchy rhythm. “Sun God” is the over 11 minute closer. It’s fairly laid back to start then reserved vocals come in before 1 ½ minutes. A change before 4 minutes as it picks up and turns fuller. It settles again after 5 minutes. I like it ! Intricate guitar and a dreamy sound here then back to the opening soundscape after 7 ½ minutes as themes are repeated…





Full first album  in google + bonus tracks
https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/100487228077719247574/albums/6185979695797753777

full second album  in google+
https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/100487228077719247574/albums/6186351990480447825
Line-up / Musicians
- Colin Catt / lead vocals, keyboards
- Mike Fletcher / saxophone, flute, vocals
- Dave Green / guitar
- Phil Gunn / bass
- Cliff harewood / lead guitar
- Paul Young / drums, percussion

Beauregarde "Beauregarde" 1971 US Psych Blues Rock (with Greg Sage by The Wipers)


Beauregarde "Beauregarde" 1971 US Psych Blues Rock (with Greg Sage by The Wipers) 

full dailymotion playlist

http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/x4202n_John_Dug_beauregarde-beauregarde-1971-us-psych-blues/1#video=x32v7ig


Beauregarde (off-stage name Larry Pitchford, born April 1936) is a former pro wrestler and musician from Portland, Oregon in the United States.
His wrestling career began in 1963, touring the Philippines as "Eric the Golden Boy". Given the name Beauregarde by fellow wrestler Ripper Collins, he next debuted as a heel in Hawaii before returning to Portland. By 1970, he had become one of the biggest names on the NWA's Pacific Northwest Wrestling circuit, and won the PNW tag team championship in 1968 (teamed with Moondog Mayne), 1969 (with Roger Kirby), 1970 (with The Claw) and 1971 (with Dutch Savage).Beauregarde was renowned for his unique wrestling moves (and finishing move "The Thumb") and crazy characters he created for himself. On match days, he would find a historic figure whose date of birth fell on that day and pretend to be them during the match and in interviews.In 1971, he released an album bearing his stage name, Beauregarde, featuring Greg Sage of the Wipers on guitar. Beauregarde enlisted Sage (then 17) after overhearing him playing guitar for a friend's band at Sound Productions studio in Portland.In 1973, he managed the tag team of Brute Bernard and Jay York in Jim Crockett's Mid Atlantic Championship Wrestling promotion.After retiring from wrestling, he bought a sheet-rock company in Florida where he lived and spent most of his time fishing. On February 4, 2006, Beauregarde made his first wrestling-related appearance in many years at Hardkore Championship Wrestling's Incredible 8 Tournament in South Florida, where he was one of the first "HCW Honorable Contribution to Wrestling Award" recipients along with wrestlers Rusty Brooks, Stephen "Big Daddy" DiBlasio and "Outlaw" JR James....~


His wrestling career began in 1963 and by 1970 he had become one of the biggest names on the Pacific Northwest Wrestling circuit. He was renowned for his unique wrestling moves (and finishing move The Thumb) and crazy on-stage characters he created for himself. On match days he would find a historic figure whose date of birth fell on that day and pretend to be them during the match and in interviews. 
In 1971, he released an album bearing his stage name, “Beauregarde” featuring “Greg Sage of the Wipers” on guitar. Beauregarde enlisted Sage (then 17) after overhearing him playing guitar for a friend’s band at Sound Productions studio in Portland.....~ 


Vinyl reissue of obscure 1971 underground private press psych, rock, psoul featuring a pro-wrestler on vocals and Greg Sage (The Wipers) on guitar....~ 


"The music features psychedelic guitar solos over rockrhythms and soul beats ala Funkadelic. Beauregarde’s vocalstyle is direct, unique and passionate, yet never goes overboard. Long sought after by collectors across the globe, Jackpot Records is proud to re-release this single as a hand numbered, limited edition of 1000. Lovingly remastered by Greg Sage (The Wipers) using the original master tapes"...~ 


BEAUREGARDE Beauregarde (2006 US limited edition 9-track vinyl LP, originally released in 1971, an amazing psych/hard rock masterpiece by Portland professional wrestling legend Beauregarde! Featuring a 17-year-old Greg Sage [of legendary punks the Wipers] on guitar, a landmark for both Portland music history and psychedelic rock. Newly mastered from the original tapes and packaged in a perfect replica of the original art with new liner notes and previously unseen photos!).....~ 





Credits 
Bass – Dave Koupal 
Congas [Congo], Saxophone [Sax] – Allen Robinson 
Drums – Jay Lundell 
Guitar – Greg Sage 
Organ, Piano, Trumpet – Omar Bose 
Vocals [Uncredited], Lyrics By, Music By, Arranged By [Uncredited], Producer [Uncredited] – Beauregarde






Tracklist 
A1 I Got Something
A2 Super Star Super Star
A3 If You Got Soul
A4 Tomorrow, Tomorrow
B1 Everybody Ball
B2 I'm Talkin' Time
B3 Testify
B4 Pass Away
B5 "I" 

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