|Gmork - 2015-10-18 |
1967? Uh, not even close.
What was it about this band that does NOT scream 1967 to you (or something close to it)?
I think Gmork means 1967 isn't even close to "before your parents were born" to which I counter that makes him not a "kid."
My parents were born a few decades before that, too, Gmork, you old fart.
Oh my bad. He's probably right then, we're all old.
Windsor, Ontario, apparently, I actually thought it was more of a national thing than it was. I assume Detroit got it, hence The Spike Drivers being on. Wikipedia says the host was a Detroit DJ, too.
|Scrimmjob - 2015-10-18 |
Far out maaaaaan.
BTW OZ that Fingletoad, strange and siho album you recommended is great!
One of my absolute favorites! Their first one (second disc of the Shaddocks reissue) is a little bland but the one with Marshlands, Forsaken and Screaming Spiders on it is probably my favorite private press album of all time at this point. Glad to hear you like it.
I forget whether I also recommended Galactic Ramble by Parameter, it's right up there too.
Yeah, you did, haven't had much of a chance to listen to it though.
I think you'll like it, and also definitely check out Ted Lucas' famous self released solo album from the 70s if you don't already know it.
You might like the band Moonstone, too. They aren't on quite the same level for me but close, and really col in their own way. private press hippie acid folk (possibly Jesus hippies, the acid vibe is thick enough hat it's hard t tell for sure) sounds like a David Crosby/Grace Slick/Joni Mitchell collaboration in 1968 might have sounded.
On paper they're the best thing I've recommended here but they don't quite have the same emotional impact the other stuff does for me, despite being better musicians and the album being more consistent. Still very, very good though.
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