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9 Albums Again With Good Rock-Psych-Blues 1969-99

A Little more Goodies From The Past...

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Alice Cooper - Pretties For You (1st Album 1969)

Reviewer: Darth Kommissar (Las Vegas, NV (USA)
Alice Cooper made a name for himself in the early seventies as one of the most beloved and controversial figures in classic rock. Many artists from the era had image on their side, but Alice Cooper was one of the few classic rock artists that had image and a damn fine hard rock sound to back it up. For Alice Cooper's classic band, it all started in the sixties. A preacher's son, Vincent Damon Furner, was playing in a number of bands, including The Spiders and The Nazz. However, after hearing that there was another band out there called The Nazz (the one with Todd Rundgren), Furnier needed a new band name. He consulted a Quija board, and the name it gave him was Alice Cooper - the name of a witch burned at the stake in the seventeenth century. He took the name for both his band, as well as an alter ego for himself (he thought he was the reincarnation of this witch, and he'd legally change his name to Alice Cooper a few years later.) With guitarists Michael Bruce and Glenn Buxton, bassist Dennis Dunaway and drummer Neal Smith, the five-piece band got a record deal on Frank Zappa's newly-formed label. How does the band's first album, 1969's Pretties For You, measure up? Read on for my review.

Before I get into the tracks, I should probably state that this is NOT the Alice Cooper band you know and love. On this album, the band uses a sound unlike any they would ever use again. The sound the band uses here sounds like a mixture between the Beatles (latter years) and Cream, with some slight traces of the elements of the Alice Cooper sound to come thrown in. Kicking off this album is the awesome instrumental Titanic Overture. You wouldn't expect Alice Cooper's band to instrumentals very well, but they do this one great. Next up is 10 Minutes Before The Worm (many songs on here have titles that make very little sense.) This is a catchy tune, although it's a very short one. If it was a little longer, it would be perfect. Track three, Sing Low Sweet Cheerio, is one of the longer cuts on the album. The length of the song, nearly six minutes, is one of its greatest strengths. You've gotta love the harmonica! Today Mueller comes next, which is a mid-paced rocker with piano backing it. This track fuses a plethora of different rock stylings, making it wildly diverse and excellent. The fifth track, Living, is a fast-paced sixties rocker, heavily reminiscent of the Beatles song Doctor Robert, from their Revolver album. This is probably my favorite song on the album, and I could totally picture the Beatles circa 1966 performing it. Fields Of Regrets, on the other hand, is a bit more on the heavy rock side. This is one of the more Cream-like compositions featured on the album, and that's a good thing. With No Longer Umpire (don't ask me where they got that title), the band reprises the stylings featured earlier on the album in Today Mueller. The reprise is a nice touch. The next track is Levity Ball, which was recorded live for some unknown reason. This is a classic sixties-style rocker with some excellent instrumentation. B.B. On Mars (another weird title) comes next. The twin guitar assault that opens this track just plain rules. All through this track, the guitars steal the show. Reflected is the song that the band would later turn into the big hit Elected on their 1973 Billion Dollar Babies album. This version of the song is a bit heavier and less pop-friendly than that later take on the song, and this makes this version of the song featured here WAY better than Elected. Why'd they rehash it later on like that? If it ain't broke don't fix it! Apple Bush comes next. This is a rocker similar to the bluesy rock sound that Jethro Tull used on their debut album, 1968's This Was. Interesting. Alice Cooper even sounds like Ian Anderson here! The semi-psychedelic hard rockers Earwigs To Eternity and Changing Arranging close out the album, and do a damn good job of it. In the end, this is an excellent album, even if it sounds nothing like the later Alice Cooper band.

Sadly, this album is extremely difficult to find (as of June 30, 2004), because it has long since been out of print (I'm not even sure if the album was ever released on CD in America.) Fortunately, if you search hard enough on the internet, you can come across a reissue that contains both this album and the 1970 follow-up, Easy Action. The reissue does nothing to fix the horrific production quality of the albums (and many of the songs on the album sound TERRIBLE (blame Zappa's company's production for that)), but it's good to have both albums in one place. If you get the album, be sure to get that edition of the album.

Alice Cooper's first album is, for lack of a better term, underrated genius, even if the band hadn't yet found the sound that would bring them such high success in the seventies. Be warned though - this album is WAY different from other Alice Cooper albums. If you're anything less than a die-hard fan, chances are you won't like it. I am a die-hard fan of the Alice Cooper band, and it took the album a long time to grow on me. But, if you're a die-hard fan of Alice Cooper with an open mind who is willing to give the album a chance, and listen with an open mind, you'll agree, it deserves all five stars. The clasic Alice Cooper band is, in my mind, virtually unparalleled in their greatness, and this album demonstrates it - though not in the same way their other albums do. No die-hard fan of the Coop sound be without this.

1. Titanic Overture
2. 10 Minutes Before The Worm
3. Sing Low, Sweet Cheerio
4. Today Mueller
5. Living
6. Fields Of Regrets
7. No Longer Umpire
8. Levity Ball (Live At The Cheetah)
9. B.b. On Mars
10. Reflected
11. Apple Bush
12. Earwigs To Eternity
13. Changing Arranging

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Alice Cooper - Easy Action (2nd Album 1969)

Reviewer: Darth Kommissar (Las Vegas, NV (USA)
The classic Alice Cooper band, made up of himself, Michael Bruce, Glen Buxton, Dennis Dunaway, and Neal Smith, released their first album, Pretties For You, in 1969. Although the album was a very good one, it was lacking the sound that would make the band such a hit in the years to come. Likewise, it didn't achieve any true popularity outside of the small cult following that the band had built up. The band needed to find a way to appeal to the masses, and in 1970, they began to change their sound. That year, they released their sophomore album, Easy Action. This was the band's second and last album on Frank Zappa's record label How does it measure up? Read on for my review.

This is the classic Alice Cooper band's transitional album, and it's on this album that they began to lean toward using the classic sound that fans would grow to love them for in the years that would immediately follow. The solid blues rocker, Mr. And Misdemeanor, kicks things off. Bluesy rock never sounded so good. With this opening track, Alice and the boys grab your attention and hold onto it tightly - exactly what the first track of an album should do. Shoe Salesman is an interesting little pop rock that is strangely reminiscent of John Lennon. This is considerably different from what you're used to hearing from the Coop, but it's still damn good. On the gloomy Still No Air, it's not the guitars or vocals, but rather Dennis Dunaway's bass playing that steals the show. It's hard to make such a bass-heavy song, much less a good one, but here the boys do it without fail. Below Your Means is a slower track. It's not one of the best tracks on the album, but it's not a bad one by any means either. Return Of The Spiders, the next track, is exactly the kind of hard rocker that you'd expect from the Alice Cooper band - and that's a good thing. The track that follows, Laughing At Me, is an interesting little composition that is the happy medium between a rocker and a ballad. Good stuff. By far the best song on the album (in my opinion) is Refrigerator Heaven. Despite the weird title, this is a classic metal song that would prove to be a premonition to many of the other underrated classic metal-style masterpieces that would be hidden on many of the band's forthcoming albums. The lengthy and mostly instrumental Beautiful Flyaway comes next. This is the longest track on the album, and despite not having very many vocals from the Coop himself, it's still an excellent song. Lay Down And Die Goodbye finishes off the album. It's a piano-heavy ballad reminiscent of the Beatles, and that's a good thing. In the end, Alice Cooper's second album is an excellent one through and through.

Unfortunately (as of July 1, 2004), this album is virtually impossible to find in America, as it has long been out of print. On the good side, though, there is a foreign reissue of the album that his this album and the predecessor, Pretties For You, on a single compact disc! Although the reissue doesn't really help the poor production, it's still the best version of the album out there, since it gives you two underrated classics for the price of one.

Easy Action is where Alice Cooper's band created the classic sound that would bring them so much fame in the years to come. Not too long after releasing this album, the band would get signed to a major record label, and they would make their classic rock expertise known to the masses. The band's first two albums are severely underrated, and if you're a die-hard fan of the Coop, they're well worth hunting down.

1. Mr & Misdemeanor
2. Shoe Salesman
3. Still No Air
4. Below Your Means
5. Return Of The Spiders
6. Laughing At Me
7. Refrigerator Heaven
8. Beautiful Flyaway
9. Lay Down And Die Goodbye

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Amboy Dukes - Marriage On The Rocks (Ted Nugent 1970)

Another interesting transitional LP released in 1970, the 4th Amboy Dukes record and first to be credited "Ted Nugent and the", "Marriage" is a unique entry in the Nugeography. The Amboy Dukes had peaked commercially with "Journey to the Centre of the Mind" from their 2nd LP, a US Top 10 single in 1967 and a stone classic with rippin guitars and a rockin beat -- "trippy" yet still 100% deeetroit rocknroll. Shortly after scoring the big hit they replaced singer John Drake with Rusty Day and recorded a hit-free 3rd LP "Migration" (1969) then dropped singer Day as well as the rhythm guitarist/"other singer" Steve Farmer, leaving Nuge as the only original Amboy Duke still in the band.

So perhaps the Dukes themselves are the "Marriage on the Rocks" commemorated in the album title, because this is no longer the same band that did "Journey to the Centre." This is a much leaner group: one guitarist, one keyboardist, bass & drums. The downside is that keyboardist Andy Solomon is the only vocalist left and he's pretty nondescript (Nuge had yet to take the mic himself.) The upside is that the eviscerated lineup fills out their sound with an orgy of overdubbing, tape editing, and general high-concept artless overarrangement that gives the whole record a crazy head-music vibe unlike anything the group (or Nuge) had attempted before or since.

The secret weapon was surely super-duper-producer Edwin H. "Eddie" Kramer, who got his start working for Jimi friggin Hendrix, and whose next production would be Sir Lord Baltimore's masterpiece "Kingdom Come" (a veryfine LP in large part because of the editing and mixing -- see Mr. Cope's SLB review here at Unsung.) Later, he would produce most of the best KISS records (ahem!)

Song by song:

The first 3-part suite "Marriage" is an all-over-the-place nothing-ever-repeats melange of riffs and sounds that has a distinctly Zappaesque feel, no doubt due to being constructed by editing various tapes together in FZ's 60's style. Wacky changes in tempo and dynamics, crazy stereo effects, textures ranging from asian clinking and wind chimes, pseudo-classical piano runs, faux-spanish guitars and pink floyd organ surges, to surf music and lots o' supersustain distorto-guitar blasts add up to a sound that is definitely "psychedelic" but without giving off the warm fuzzy body-groove of drug-inspired "jam" music. In other words, prog rock -- Nuge style!

Track 2 "Breast-Fed Gator" is melodically and rhythmically over-complicated, but not all that different from the sound of early Amboy Dukes recordings.

Track 3 "Get-Yer Guns" is a more interesting specimen, with it's distinctly non-hippy lyrical sentiments such as "there's enough for everyone, especially you and I" and equating gun ownership with having "pride in the human race"(!) Musically it's a good uptempo guitar boogie with a kewl psychedelic bridge that climaxes in a single feedback-drenched guitar note sustained for at least 30 seconds that melts into an "eastern" jam complete with castanets and gypsy guitars, followed by a nonsensical tempo change which sounds like it was accomplished by speeding up the tape (more shades of Zappa and his obsession with varispeeding.)

Track 4 "Non-Conformist Wildebeest Man" is a brief blitzkrieg of hot blues lickology that includes a searing unaccompanied guitar solo but basically serves as an intro for the final track on side one. . .

The side one finale, "Today's Lesson" is another odd suitelike song that sounds a bit like the raga-rock of 1968 Jefferson Airplane, only played at a hyper Venison-fueled tempo as opposed to the ambling Fillmore-isms of the Frisco stoner set. Keith Emerson-style organ wankoffs up the prog quotient, but the highlight is a "scat freakout" section with the singer & guitarist trading vocal shouts and guitar licks and sounding like Page & Plant on the first Zep album but after a few months of electroshock therapy.

Side two begins with another bizarro prog rocker, "Children of the Woods" which kicks off with an interesting section where it sounds like the guitar, drums and piano are playing in three different meters, then it sorta subliminally congeals into a groove. There is also a ferocious wah guitar jam that makes the case that at the cusp of the 70's T. Nuge may have been the 2nd-best wah-wah master around (a distant 2nd to J. Hendrix of course.) Sometimes his guitar tones even begin to sound like brass and woodwinds (which yet again makes me think of Zappa.) And at the climax of the song Nuge unleashes a huge, chiming vortex of AXE that will pin your ears and ass to the wall. The lyrics and "song" elements of this piece are actually quite awful, something about "won't you help me free the children of the woods?" but then who ever put on a Nuge record looking for heavy concepts?

Track 2, side two is "Braingames of Yesteryear" which begins with a suitably psyche freakout of guitar wank and Vanilla Fudge leslied organ thunder. Then it kicks into a FAST off-kilter beat with an unusual and dynamic power-prog riff. At the climax the song gets into some crazy descending chromatic riffs that would sound a lot like Slayer if you lost the piano player and gave the drummer a second bass pedal. I'm not sure if it actually "rocks" but it is certainly "hard" music as in the phrase "hard rock." Call it "hard prog" I guess.

Final track on the album is the only non-Nuge composition, written mainly by the keyboardist/singer Andy Soloman. With a hilarious overkill trippy title like "The Inexhaustible Quest for the Cosmic Cabbage" you can pretty much guess what's in store: a faux-jazz head stew created by lots of shock-juxtapose editing; shifting po-mo surfaces including sax-led "trad jazz", Beach Boys vocal harmonizing, a motormouth "black preacher sermon" about peace (faked by one of the whiteboys in the band); which of course is followed by everybody singing a few bars of "Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord" before reprising the opening riffage, dumping the whole thing into an ocean of feedback, then proceeding onto a "soul music" jam accompanied by a rant about Cabbages and other foods; and according to the liner notes there's also a Bartok excerpt in there somewhere.

Side A
1. Marriage 9:03
Part 1: Man
Part 2: Woman
Part 3: Music
2. Breast-Fed Gator 2:52
3. Get-Yer Guns 4:21
4. Non-Conformist Wildebeest Man 1:28
5. Today's Lesson (Ladies & Gentlemen) 5:32

Side B
1. Children Of The Woods 8:34
2. Brain Games Of Yesteryear 3:40
3. The Inexhaustible Quest For The Cosmic Cabbage 10:02
Part 1 & Part 2, including excerpt from Bartok's 2nd
string quartet

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Arthur Lee - Vindicator (Very Good US Heavy Album 1972 - ex Love)

Prior to forming Love, Arthur Lee was a L.A. hustler, desperately searching for the formula that would make him a star. In the early mid-'60s, Lee recorded some unsuccessful singles including one as the American Four on Selma, a subsidiary of Del-Fi, "Luci Baines"/"Soul Food." He also recorded a session for Rosa Lee Brooks which featured Jimi Hendrix as a session guitarist. Lee found his niche at last when he founded one of the '60s seminal garage/folk/psychedelic bands, Love, in 1965. The band which also featured fellow songwriter and singer Bryan Maclean, recorded three amazing albums for Elektra including Forever Changes, an album that is certainly a contender for best rock album ever made. In 1968, Lee decided to scrap the idea of Love as a real band, kicked out all the remaining members and began recording with pickup bands and sessionmen. The band's and Lee's fortunes quickly declined and Lee, never the most normal person in the best of times, began exhibiting erratic behavior as his drug intake began to take its toll. He recorded more unsuccessful albums as Love, recorded a solo album, Vidicator, in 1972, and began to fade away. Lee would regularly tour and recordings were made of these shows but he rarely returned to a studio or wrote new songs. In 1994, Lee recorded a new single "Midnight Sun"/"Girl on Fire," although the B-side was actually salvaged from an unreleased album Lee recorded with Jimi Hendrix years before. Soon after this Lee's problems with the law took over his life. In 1995, Lee broke into an ex-girlfriend's apartment and tried to set it aflame. He was bailed out by Rhino Records who had just released the Love Story compilation. In 1996, Lee was arrested for shooting a gun into the air during an argument with a neighbor and convicted on a illegal possession of a firearm charge. Thanks to California's strict and sometimes unfair three strikes and you're out law, Lee (who had been convicted of a drug offense sometime in the '80s) was sentenced to eight to 12 years in prison. In 2000, Rhino reissued an expanded version of Love's Forever Changes which served as a reminder just what a huge talent Arthur Lee was in his prime. On December, 12 2001 Lee was released from prison having served six years of his original sentence. Happily for Lee and those who feel he still has some good music left in him, a federal appeals court in California reversed the charge of negligent discharge of a firearm as they found the prosecuter at Lee's trial was guilty of misconduct. He may face a re-trial on the negilence charge, but as of now Lee is free!

First Side:
1. Sad Song 2:19
2. You Can Save up to 50% But You're Still a Long Ways from Home 0:17
3. Love Jumped Through My Window 2:55
4. Find Somebody 3:44
5. He Said She Said 2:15
6. Every Time I Look up I'm Down or White Dog (I Don't Know What That Mean) 3:54

Second Side:
1. Everybody's Gotta Live 3:29
2. You Want Change for Your Re-Run 4:14
3. He Knows a Lot of Good Women (Scotty's Song) 3:13
4. Hamburger Breath Stinkfinger 2:44
5. Ol' Morgue Mouth 0:56
6. Busted Feet (Arthur Lee-Charles Karp) 5:01

Bonus tracks on A & M 540 697-2:
13. Everybody's Gotta Live (previously unreleased version) 3:30
14. He Knows A Lot Of Good Women (previously unreleased version) 3:11
15. Pencil In Hand (early version of "He Said She Said") 2:10
16. E-Z Rider (Jimi hendrix) (previously unreleased) 2:58
17. Looking Glass Looking At Me (early version of "You Want Change For Your Re-Run") 4:06

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Aztecs - Aztecs Live (Very Good Australian Rock w. Billy Thorpe 1971)

Billys new career was very much performance rather than hit driven. His groups next albums where Aztecs Live (recorded at Melbourne Town Hall) and Aztecs Live At Sunbury. The rise to popularity of this Aztecs coincided with the liberation of liquor regulations in Melbourne, bringing rock and roll out of the dances and clubs, and into the pubs. Despite or because of their volume, The Aztecs became the premier pub attraction. Occasionally Billy would take his hands off his electric guitar and again put his hands behind his back, a signal for his devoted audience to imitate him. The call and response relationship between stage and audience was a big part of the groups appeal. That and the boogie rock style Billy Thorpe evolved would be a direct influence on the latterday AC/DC.

1.Somebody Left Me Crying
2.Time To Live
3.Be Bop A Lula
4.Momma

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Billy Coxs Nitro Function - Billy Coxs Nitro Function (UK Heavy Progressive 1972)

Produced by International Artists supremo Lelan Rogers in 1972, and sporting an early Roger Dean cover, this is a tribute to Jimi Hendrix, from his old army pal & Band Of Gypsies bassist. Featuring lashing's of great Hendrixy guitar from Char Vinnedge, with bass & drums backing ala The Experience.This is mindblowing stuff!

Reissue of one and only album by Nitro Function, a post Hendrix project by Billy Cox (the gypsy) who used to play in Hendrix's Band Of Gypsy's. Musically obviousely very very Hendrix influenced especially the guitar parts.

by Greg Prato
Noel Redding was the better known of the 2 bassists that appeared alongside Jimi Hendrix during his brief recording career of 1967-1970 (due to the fact that he played on Hendrix's most acclaimed recordings), but Billy Cox had known and played alongside Hendrix longer. Cox originally met Hendrix back in 1961, when both were serving in the U.S. Army, and stationed in Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Cox was taken by guitar playing he heard coming from inside a 'Service Club' on the military base one day, which turned out to be Hendrix, and soonafter led to the pair holding jam sessions. Both left the military at around the same time, which led to the duo forming the R&B outfit the King Kasuals, and subsequent steady gigs on the 'Chitlin' Circuit' (the black club scene in the south). Hendrix had decided by the mid '60s to try his luck elsewhere, and relocated to New York City, where he was discovered by ex-Animals bassist Chas Chandler. When plans were made for Hendrix to put a band together in England, he phoned Cox with an invite to go along with him, which Cox politely declined - opting instead to back R&B acts passing through the area.
Hendrix went on to become one of the late '60s most successful rock artists, but by 1969, had grown weary of his musical direction (and the public's desire to constantly focus on his showmanship rather than his playing). This resulted in Hendrix breaking up his band, the Experience, and setting out to form an multi-member ensemble. Hendrix's first choice for the newly vacated bass position went to his old friend Cox, and this time around, Cox accepted the invitation. The new group (Gypsys, Suns, and Rainbows), congregated in upstate New York, and consisted of rhythm guitarist Larry Lee, ex-Experience drummer Mitch Mitchell, plus percussionists Juma Sultan and Jerry Velez, in addition to Hendrix and Cox. Despite a memorable, set-closing performance at the Woodstock Festival in August of 1969, the new group failed to remain together long enough to record an album.

Hendrix decided that his next outfit would be more streamlined (both musically and set-up wise), as he returned to the trio format - retaining Cox as his bassist, and welcoming onboard drummer Buddy Miles. Although the new group (the funk-based Band of Gypsys) wouldn't remain together long either, they did manage to record a self-titled live album on New Year's Eve 1969 at New York's Fillmore East. With Miles' exit from the group, Hendrix phoned up old pal Mitchell once more, as the trio of Hendrix, Cox, and Mitchell began recording tracks for Hendrix's oft-delayed fourth studio album overall, at the guitarist's recording studio (which was still being constructed at the time), Electric Lady. The summer saw the trio play a steady stream of festival and arena dates in both the U.S. and in Europe, with plans to finish off the aforementioned album (with a working title of First Rays of the New Rising Sun) by the end of 1970.

But on September 18, 1970, Hendrix died tragically in England, a couple of months shy of his 28th birthday. In the wake of Hendrix's death, Cox played with others, including the Charlie Daniels Band, as well as session work and live dates. Cox continues to play to this day, including a Hendrix-tribute outfit called the Gypsy Sun Experience, which also includes former bandmate Mitchell on drums and Gary Serkin on guitar (Cox was also the recipient of his own model bass, when the Cort guitar company issued a Billy Cox "Freedom" model bass in the late '90s). In addition to the Band of Gypsys release, Cox's bass playing can be heard on such posthumously release Hendrix albums as South Saturn Delta, Live at Woodstock, Live at the Fillmore East, and a reconstructed version of First Rays of the New Rising Sun, in addition to such homevideos as Live at the Isle of Wight 1970, Live at Woodstock, The Dick Cavett Show, Rainbow Bridge, and Jimi Hendrix, among others.

01 - Message
02 - 42-70 (Peace)
03 - Touch Me
04 - You Really Got Me
05 - Portrait
06 - Powerhouse
07 - You Got a Hold On Me
08 - Play Your Own Blues
09 - Not My Time
10 - Let Me Do What I Want To Do

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Bloodrock - Bloodrock U.S.A. (1976)

Reviewer: Thomas L. Lucero "demosthenes" (Grove City, OH USA)
From the first note of the first track - It's a Sad World - to the final organ notes of Magic Man - utterly captivating. I've worn out the vinyl. Side one continues on with Don't Eat The Children - way before its time, or perhaps during its time - 1972. Promises: music is softer, but lyrics go hard. Crazy is, to me, just another dance tune, but then it fades into the lead, drums, and organ of Hangman's Dance - the one Bloodrock tune I cannot play on my guitar, and I've tried (and tried). It sounds so simple. "I don't have so much to say. You don't listen anyway."

Side two is even better:starting with - boom - American Burn - hard lyrics, hard rock, amazing. Jaw still drops when I hear it. Rock & Roll Candy Man is a fast little fun song that'll have the ladies dancing. Then - shift - Abracadaver - "I'm in heaven, and you're in hell" - to "it's not the thing you want if it's filled with pain" - some of the other lyrics are uneven, but the music absolutely kick-ass.

Finale: Magic Man - nobody I know was talking magic - spells and such - as other than kids' fare back in 1972. This one, I place up there with "Lucky Man", by Emerson, Lake and Palmer, and the album up with King Crimson's "In the Court of the Crimson King". Just writing this review, I can hear the whole album, note-for-note.

1. It's A Sad World
2. Don't Eat The Children
3. Promises
4. Crazy 'Bout You Babe
5. Hangman's Dance
6. American Burn
7. Rock & Roll Candy Man
8. Abracadaver
9. Magic Man
10.Erosion

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Brigg - Brigg (US Psychedelic Folkrock 1973)

CD reissue of this rare US melodic rural hippy rock album from 1973. Good harmonies and songs with some fine folk tinged psychedelic electric and acoustic rock music, make for a sought after obscurity.. This is an album of folk tinged psychedelic rock, from a Northumberland, Pennsylvania band, although some dealers have previously listed them as Canadian. Not a particularly memorable album, but quite pleasant.

01 - Hey Mister - 3.17
02 - Universe - 5.31
03 - Took It Away - 3.35
04 - New Found Rain - 2.37
05 - If Only You Could See Me Now - 3.22
06 - The War Is Over - 2.53
07 - Linda - 5.33
08 - And You Know - 2.45
09 - Sneaker Tounge - 0.32

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Bruce Cameron - Midnight Daydream (US Blues-Hardrock 1999)

Guitarist Bruce Cameron's debut album Midnight Daydream features an impressive array of
guest stars, like '60s rock veterans Jack Bruce (Cream); Mitch Mitchell, Buddy Miles, and
Billy Cox (all three Jimi Hendrix cohorts); and Bunk Gardner (Mothers of Invention).
There are also former members of Alice Cooper's band, among others. However, they're all
present to support Cameron's technically accomplished playing, and he's more than capable
of holding his own in such an all-star setting. VERY RECOMMENDED!!!!

1 Midnight Daydream 6:37
Bruce Cameron - Guitars
Billy Cox - Bass
Buddy Miles - Vocals, Drums

2 Doctor Please 4:47
Bruce Cameron - Guitars
Jack Bruce - Vocals, Bass
ANT-BEE - Drums

3 Mind Gardens 5:19
Bruce Cameron - Guitars, Mellotron
Ken Hensley - Keyboards
Neal Smith - Drums
Harvey Dalton Arnold - Bass
ANT-BEE - Vocals

4 Miles Away 3:25
Bruce Cameron - Guitars
Harvey Dalton Arnold - Bass, Vocals
Mitch Mitchell - Drums

5 Born to Lose 5:27
Bruce Cameron - Guitars
Billy Cox - Bass
Buddy Miles - Vocals, Drums

6 I Want to Be Late 4:14
Bruce Cameron - Guitars
Michael Bruce - Vocals
Neal Smith - Drums

7 Forever Rebel Girls 6:13
Bruce Cameron - Guitars
Harvey Dalton Arnold - Bass, Vocals
ANT-BEE - Drums

8 Just Like a Spaceman 3:52
Bruce Cameron - Guitars, Mellotron, Pedal Steel
Ken Hensley - Keyboards
Neal Smith - Drums
Harvey Dalton Arnold - Bass
ANT-BEE - Vocals

9 So Aliens Have Been Here 4:21
Bruce Cameron - Guitars, Mellotron
Harvey Dalton Arnold - Bass

10 A Thousand Moons 3:49
Bruce Cameron - Guitars
Billy Cox - Bass
Buddy Miles - Vocals, Drums

11 Raining the Blues 4:34
Bruce Cameron - Guitars
Jack Bruce - Vocals, Bass
Mitch Mitchell - Drums

12 Day After Yesterday 3:23
Bruce Cameron - Sitars, Mellotron, Sarod
Bunk Gardner - Woodwinds

13 Falling up a Mountain 4:04
Bruce Cameron - Guitars
Michael Bruce - Vocals
Neal Smith - Drums

14 She's so Gone 2:29
Bruce Cameron - Guitars
Ken Hensley - Keyboards
Neal Smith - Drums
Harvey Dalton Arnold - Bass

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