Monday, 27 February 2017

La Mosca (The Fly) “Npk 2” 1970 Spain Prog Psych reissued by Guerssen records


La Mosca (The Fly) “Npk 2” 1970 Spain Prog Psych reissued by Guerssen records
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“LA MOSCA (The fly ) released his unique album in 1970, sung in perfect English. Musically is psychedelic rock, sometimes groovy, sometimes soft, always very well executed and with great Hammond organ work along withfantastic guitar and vocals. All tracks are written by the band (though signed by Alfonso Sainz - Pekenikes -who was not in the group but was the producer) and include the terrific ” Once upon a time’’ , an incredible six minute psychedelic dancer, as well as the Hammond instrumental “ Dreamy sleeper” and the cool soft psych track “ Warning signals” among others" …Studio Band features Ray Gomez and his brother Jean Pierre, Bob Thackaway and the drummer Matt…~



Somebody definies it ‘psychedelic rock’, others 'heavy progressive’, anyway a very nice record of the spanish rock scene, dominated by the guitar and the organ. Unfortunately there is not line up and we can only get to know that the tracks are all composed by Pekenikes and A. Sainz…~



When a project becomes original and courageous, many things can happen, but at least, for those who seek something that removes their entrails, indifference will not provoke. 
La Mosca (The Fly) is an ambitious dream (because the projects are one thing and dreams another that can or can not coincide with the first) by the guitarist Raymond Gómez, accompanied by his brother Jean Pierre, former of Los No, Mathias Sanvellian in the keyboards, a fan without conditions of the Prog. that distilled in those times and that turned his "Hammond" into a small redoubt of memories and sounds arrived from other lares and that had previously recorded in Spain an album with Eddie Lee Matisson "A The Costa Brava ", Christian Mekies on bass and Bob Thackway on drums, former drummer of timbales in Pop Tops. 
All together they published this strange artifact called "NPK 2" that had the support of the label of The Pekenikes, and that can be crossed out of many things, but of lack of originality, no. Exceptional work of Prog. Careful and full of ideas, where Raymond's guitar comes out to remember that where there is, it can be taken out, accompanied always, almost always and more often than not by the howl of the "Hammond", attentive, intense, and in songs like "Mademoiselle" full of everything that this wonderful instrument when you know how to use can give. 
A rhythmic, solvent section with nothing to prove (all of them were musicians with a thousand and one battles) supports without conditions and allows the soloists to shine and do what they want, which is not small. 
A very particular album, oblivious to almost everything that was done and was done in this country for those times, with class, talent and full of imagination, which highlights the quality of the performances and a very careful (and beautiful, for true) Prog. imagery that fills everything. 
Enjoy with La Mosca (The Fly) to continue discovering that not everything is what it seems and also it is usually much better than all that, because where ... 











Credits 
Drums – Bob Thackway 
Guitar – Jean Pierre Gomez, Raymond Gomez* 
Organ – Matt Sánvellian 
Producer, Directed By [Artistic Direction] – A. Sáinz* 
Written-By – A. Sáinz*, Pekenikes 




Tracklist
Libre = Free
Chemin De Fer
Dormilon = Dreamy Sleeper
Pajaro Amarillo Volando = Yellow Flying Bird
Erase Una Vez = Once Upon A Time
Mademoiselle
Señal De Peligro = Warning Signals 

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