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8 May 2017

Dragonmilk"Wolfman Macabre"1972 mega rare Unreleased UK Prog Psych




Dragonmilk  "Wolfman Macabre" 1972 mega rare Unreleased  UK Prog Psych
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An updated edition of this ripsnorting prog/psych period piece, recorded in 1972 and taken from the original tapes. This atmospheric live recording really captures the moment and was made under the band's auspices to help gain a recording contract. 'Wolfman Macabre' represents the original and earliest incarnation of this east London band with the set featuring a dominant Hammond organ sound throughout, showcasing a mix of original material and period classics. Highlights include a brilliant rendition of the Nices Intermezzo and the frenzied 'Wolfman' with its crazed vocals and frantic tempo. The CD includes sleeve notes and cool archival memorabilia................

Unreleased recordings from the UK underground by this wildly obscure prog-rock outfit. This session from '72 is organ driven heavy progressive in the vein of BRAM STOKER and ATOMIC ROOSTER........

After the demonise of post-FLIES band INFINITY in 1971. Ian Baldwin & Clive Richards teamed up with a new progressive, Hammond & Drumm duo already named DRAGONMILK. Four strong, the band's distinctive English PROGRESSIVE edge quickly made them popular on the London Pub scene in 1973...........

Ultra rare, previously unreleased recordings from the UK underground by this wildly obscure prog rock outfit. the session from 1972 is organ driven heavy psycho progressive in Bram Stoker/Atomic Rooster mould." .............

Mega rare previously unreleased wild UK underground. Dragonmilk was formed in London's East at the start of the Seventies. The band's sound was dominated by reverberating Hammond organ handiwork accompanied by brisk, solid drumming, driven psych-prog like Atomic Rooster / Bram Stocker...............

Tracklist
Gimme Some Lovin'/Jesus Christ Superstar
Intermezzo/Norwegian Wood
Ride My See-Saw
Help Me Win The Fight
Wolfman
Child In Time

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