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In the dark depths of the bosstown sound backlash it how to save lots of money fast would be hard to champion your scene amidst charges of how to save lots of money fast ‘plastic’ and ‘lame’. This was the time we threw eden’s children in their face. Their album was released just after the initial BOSSTOWN -HYPE so they wern’t lumped in with the other groups as much. (i.E.The apple pie motherhood band, the bagatelle, the beacon street union, bo grumpus, eagle, earth opera, eden’s children, sure looks real, the ill wind, jolliver arkansaw, orpheus, phluph, puff, and ultimate spinach). When they were compared to the others, they held their own….Eden’s children were on ABC records produced by heavy hitter how to save lots of money fast bob theile and they even sounded a little different than how to save lots of money fast the rest. They were more gritty. Still psychedelic they were closer to hendrix than the grateful how to save lots of money fast dead. The children were a three piece group. All were very good players. Larry kiley the bass player and jimmy sturman the drummer how to save lots of money fast were a constantly interesting rhythm. The main songwriter/singer was richard ‘sham’ schamach who was also a great ‘fuzzed-up’ guitar player. While the first album is much loved by all those how to save lots of money fast who love it, their 2nd (and last!) is as well a collectible of the same sort, delivering right from the start in the title track that how to save lots of money fast sounds like a continuance of their first. From there, we run into more gritty kickers with cool sound appeal how to save lots of money fast as well as some primed tunes that cool-out, and get better with each successive spin …Still it is the hot-wired sound that make it, esp for those who love eden’s children’s when they’re cookin’ with nasty fuzz-tone shooting through the pro-garage sound. This is a near perfect ORIGINAL STILL SEALED copy, just a tiny drill hole, like most copies I’ve seen.

The obscure and highly sought after FIELDS, an underground hardrock psych trio with loads of cool fuzz how to save lots of money fast guitar injected into the original tunes. Fields were a US psych-bluesrock trio consisting of richard fortunato (lead vocals and guitar), patrick burke (bass) and steve lagan (percussion). They existed for only about a year or so, released one single (bide my time), this eponymously titled album, and they collapsed after touring together, yeah, vanished witout a trace. The LP itself comes in a somewhat op-art psych-pop designed gatefold sleeve, with the cover mixings of purple, green and mustard-yellow, with a sepia band photograph forming the centrepiece. Musically, this is a blending of styles, but it works quite nicely. An obvious influence is the hard blues-rock of the likes of cream, but there’s also acid-rock and psychedelia –and the album as a whole is very raw. This is a beautiful, original, still sealed copy with a tiny drill hole in the how to save lots of money fast upper left corner and a bit of the shrink torn how to save lots of money fast at the upper right corner.

Frijid pink’s self-titled debut album is a slashing, seriously soulful example of late-’60s detroit rock near its best. Although they never registered with critics or rock historians the how to save lots of money fast way MC5 or the stooges did, frijid pink had obviously learned something in the course of how to save lots of money fast two years on the road, and with michael valvano producing, they were able to channel the excitement of their work how to save lots of money fast onto the grooves of this album very neatly. Those who bought the number seven single "house of the rising sun" weren’t disappointed with the bluesy boogie sound of "I’m on my way" or the slowed-down yardbirds approach of "drivin’ blues" (somehow, when kelly green sang "my woman loves me" it seemed to matter), and even if "tell me why" was a tuneless mess, gary ray thompson made up for it with a fuzz-out guitar performance that sounded like speaker burnout in slow how to save lots of money fast motion. They were back in form on the next number, the crunchy, pumping rocker "end of the line," where green, thompson, and company move into led zeppelin territory very effectively (you can just imagine them switching gear into "black dog" in a jam to this song on-stage), with a killer performance by richard stevers on the drums. And that was all leading up to "house of the rising sun." "boozin’ blues," which closed the original LP, is a blues workout reminiscent of cream’s version of willie dixon’s "spoonful"; a virtuoso effort by thompson and green, it shows off a more reflective and studied side of how to save lots of money fast the band’s sound. Cover is M- still in the shrink with the "house of the rising sun" sticker on the shrink. The disc is a beautiful M-! TOP COPY!!

Here’s another GREAT low budget exploito supermarket psychedelia cash-in album, this time by the haircuts and the impossibles. The album is called “call it soul!”, which is what they do, and it’s on the somerset label. Some claim this dates from 1966, which is impossible since they cover the beatles “why don’t we do it in the road” – so unless they had access to paul’s demo reels or a time machine, 1968 or 1969 is more like it. Note that this album sports the same photograph of groovy how to save lots of money fast frugging go-go girls that was on the front cover (uncropped) of the mustang’s “organ freakout!” from 1966, also on the somerset label. For what that’s worth. Now, onto the music – and I’m not sure WHAT these “hip” studio bands back then were smoking, but these guys seem to just go NUTS with the how to save lots of money fast fuzz guitar, saturating the grooves with a dense layer of fuzz and how to save lots of money fast distortion that major label bands wouldn’t DARE match. The title’s slightly misleading – only some of the time are they “calling it soul”, and when they do, you wish they wouldn’t. But when they call it go-go, or call it punk, that’s when the haircuts and the impossibles REALLY shine – take “bun buster”, a cool funky go-go instrumental that lets loose with TWO wicked FUZZ guitar how to save lots of money fast solos, one in each speaker! Now THAT’S what we’re talking about! “inside looking out” imagines creedence clearwater revival scoring a dance club scene for how to save lots of money fast the film “what’s good for the goose” – it’s a cool as heck bluesy go-go shaker with funky hammond organ and snakey swamp rock how to save lots of money fast rhythm. But the best thing on here BY FAR is the how to save lots of money fast AMAZING “sock it my way”, an absolute MONSTER trippy psychedelic instrumental with some KILLER super-delayed trippy fuzz guitar chords that SLASH their way through how to save lots of money fast the maelstrom like the knife-edged fuzz scrapings of vintage smoke on “my friend jack.” add some rolling drums and trippy sound effects, and this one comes off like the budget label version how to save lots of money fast of pink floyd’s “careful with that axe, eugene.” and just because the haircuts and the impossibles had only how to save lots of money fast one THOUSANDTH of the budget given to roger waters and how to save lots of money fast company, doesn’t mean their ambitions were any less huge. Which is why you’ll get just as big a rush out of this how to save lots of money fast cosmic head trip as you did when you first heard how to save lots of money fast “saucerful of secrets.” cover is M- still in the shrink! Disc is also M-!

Mega rare private second album released by loner/downer folk legend dave bixby. The album was sold exclusively at concerts & services in michigan and ohio. Most of the material was written around the same time how to save lots of money fast as ode to quetzalcoatl. According to bixby: “I think this second album had more people in it, so you’re gonna get a little more aliveness because there’s more than just david bixby in there.” bixby is joined by brian macinness on guitar, sandy johnson on vocals and don degraaf on bass and how to save lots of money fast production duties. Don was in fact leader of the, in the end, religious destructive cult known as “the group”, of which bixby and brian were part of. This is all likely why this album is even harder how to save lots of money fast to find than his first, it was not only a private pressing but strictly a how to save lots of money fast cult album, which was sold at services and concerts. When those responsible for the reissues were looking for source how to save lots of money fast copies of the albums (no master tapes exist) they could only track down 2 copies of second coming. That just shows how rare it is… Condition: cover M- still in the shrink wrap! Disc is also M-! TOP COPY!

SUPER RARE… Homemade demo only release with primitive paste-on front and back covers. The lyrics insert is included … One of the best surviving copies of a micro demo how to save lots of money fast only issue from the mid 70’s​. Original 1978 first pressing private press vinyl…A sought after progressive rock affair with early 70’s sound. Very obscure long beach, california’s JESTER, playing a wide range of melodic laced ‘progressive rock’ music. The vocals are top level and the harmonies almost perfect how to save lots of money fast overlayed by a full rich backing band unlike most primitive how to save lots of money fast private pressings — rather well produced, all led by moog pedals and razor guitar injections containing how to save lots of money fast surprisingly well performed original material… Influenced by early yes & genesis throughout, you can tell this young longhaired crew were into the how to save lots of money fast UK/europe prog 70’s scene. Fans of early 70’s progressive rock (italian symphonic prog, etc) take note. What makes this LP special is that all the self how to save lots of money fast compositions are strong featuring complex instrumentations, very well played, and a pleasure to listen to…A real grower that keeps getting better with each spin! If you like a bit adventure in your music, check into this extremely rare collectible by california’s JESTER … A demo private press that gets harder to find by how to save lots of money fast the day. The condition of the primitive, paste-on cover is M- still in the original shrink wrap! The disc is also a very clean EX with only how to save lots of money fast a few light sleeve scuffs. The vinyl still has a brilliant gloss and it plays how to save lots of money fast beautifully!

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