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    Repress! Featuring the talents of singer Steve Bailey, bassist Ron Bending, drummer Terry Sims and guitarist Bob Weston (later of Fleetwood Mac), Ashkan made their recording debut with this 1969 heavy progressive rock masterpiece Similar to Leafhound, Free, Human Beast, T2 and early Spooky Tooth Propelled by Bailey's hoarse growl...
  • Caravan were the other half of the Wild Flowers -the Soft Machine being the other- that originated in Canterbury, Kent The band itself was originally formed in early 1968 by guitarist/vocalist Pye Hastings, keyboardist Dave Sinclair, bassist/vocalist Richard Sinclair, and drummer Richard Coughan All four members of Caravan were...
  • Reissue of excellent sole album from this US hippie folk trio, active in the UK Originally released on Deram in 1969, it is similar in places to the Incredible String Band, Gryphon or Moonkyte with harpsichord and medieval arrangements mixing with electric and acoustic folk Fab groovy and certainly of its...
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    Although recordings were made through independent mixes, a technique that did not ably translate the band's powerful live atmosphere, the music on this album does offer great example of progressive blues and rock The gatefold sleeve design was by Grimes' then husband, and noted psychedelic artist Larry Smart The LP was released in...
  • Formed by Cream lyricist Pete Brown, The Battered Ornaments were a mixture of English jazz, blues, and psych rock in the late 60s  By the time they got around to recording their sophomore album Mantle-Piece, Brown was out of the band, yet they recorded his songs and sang his parts The album was a critical and commercial disaster...
  • The only album by the British band Zakarrias is an overlooked treasure of the early '70s UK rock scene Almost no information about the band's history is available, but their lone LP is now considered one of the rarest releases of the period (along with Mellow Candle's 'Swaddling Songs' album) Released in 1971, the eponymous LP by...
  • Repress On Beggars Opera's second album 'Waters Of Change' (1971) the band added Virginia Scott, a rare example of a female mellotron player Organ duty of course, still remains to Alan Park, who for this release decided to ditch the classical themes of 'Act One' (1970) 'waters Of Change' is an excellent example of early British...
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    Featuring girl singers Clodagh Simonds and Alison Williams, Mellow Candle never achieved commercial success they deserved spawning a legendary psychedelic folk-rock album akin to FAIRPORT CONVENTION or FOTHERINGAY Touring to support Thin Lizzy (Simonds played on Lizzys album "Shades of a Blue Orphanage") and Horslips, the band had...
  • The first legendary Pink Fairies album: a real must for all psychedelia and garage fans Contains 'Do It', 'Heavenly Man' and the manifest track of the band: 'Uncle Harry's Last Freakout', 10 long minutes of anarchist rock, rich of feedback and acid guitars This really was "proto-punk"! The packaging is just like the original one,...

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