Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Spacer22, Jan 26, 2016.
Birth Control with Together Alone Tonight, last track on the 1973 album 'Rebirth.'
Carol Of Harvest-Put On Your Nightcap
From the self titled debut album Carol Of Harvest. When I first heard this album, and song, I thought it was some long lost 60's obscure folk psych treasure(but, so much more). Turns out it is a 1978 obscure folk psych treasure. One of my favorite albums of all time, and the song is 16:02 of pure delight.
The all-female band Birtha, who could rock just like the boys. From their self-titled 1972 album.
From central Florida, three teenagers straight out of high school.
The entire Sir Army Suit album (1976) is great, and this is my favorite:
Klaatu - Older
The bass playing on this can only be described as an absolute tour-de-force. I highly recommend listening on headphones:
The Hollies and Cable Car, B-side of Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress. I love the arrangement and production on this one.
OK I'll go with that
John Phillips - Mr. Blue
I remember this getting heavy FM airplay back in '74
Not too obscure, but still killer!
Great cover of the Theme from Exodus by the Slickee Boys from 1976:
At least here in the U.S. they were.
At last ! Something I'm familiar with. Most of these artists I just think...nope...nope...nope....
I think this one will count as obscure. 1975 Gong...Cat in Clark Shoes. I play it quite often now that I'm spinning vinyl again.
Nightwinds - excellent obscure Genesis type prog rock from 1979.
Of course I would love to hear this but theres no indication anywhere what this is exactly
Heard this by chance on the radio and I was able to find out who it was
Brian Protheroe- Pinball
The World - "9 to 5 Pollution Blues":
It appeared on "The History of the Bonzos" and was also credited as Neil Innes & the World" on a reissue of "Lucky Planet".
First rate German Philadelphia sound number by one of the more underrated female singers:
Is it just me or does the vocalist sound almost identical to Tom Johnston of the Doobies?
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