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SUBWAY

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    SUBWAY

    Subway

    [engl] Subway was a duo, consisting of an American and an UK- guy, who released their only album in France as 200 vinyls in 1972. There they lived and played both for some time as street musicians, who played their compositons even at Parisien subway, hence the bandname. Unfortunately the album fell through, so the unsold vinyls were melted, as usual in France at this time.The band presented a phantastic psych- folk music with prog- rock- elements. An absolutely top- album, which hopefully now will reach a bigger audience, as the original LP is very rare.
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    CD
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    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
    Preis
    15,00 EUR
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    NEW TWEEDY BROTHERS

    The New Tweedy Bros!

    [engl] 100% uncut psychedelia and garagey, jangly folk–rock from 1968 Originally from Portland, the New Tweedy Brothers were formed by brothers Fred and Danny Lackaff plus Dennis Fagaly and Steve Ekman. I
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    TAPIMAN

    Hard Drive

    [engl] Previously unreleased homemade recordings from 1971 by Barcelona’s hairiest power trio. Raw, in-your-face hard-rock and proto-metal plus some surprising psychedelic, Canterbury styled moves. Featuri
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    BLOPS, LOS

    Blops

    [engl] Formed in 1964 in Santiago, playing beat and cover versions, Blops developed over the following years a unique sound, mixing folk, rock, psychedelia and Chilean folklore. This is their legendary first
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    MADDEN AND HARRIS

    Fools paradise

    [engl] Dave Madden and Peter Harris were a teacher / pupil folk duo from Sidney who in 1975 recorded and self- released this progressive / psychedelic folk- rock masterpiece. British influenced sound with lo
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    MCKAY

    A new light shines

    [engl] Ray McKay Pierle started recording his own songs in 1974 and in 1977 he released his first album, ?Into You?, which is one of the finest West Coast / rural- rock private pressing ever. ?A New Light Sh
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    LINNEGAR'S SNAKESHED, STEVE

    Classic Epics

    [engl] Steve Linnegar was an accomplished songwriter, musician, painter and martial arts disciple. A legendary figure from the South African 60s- 70s underground music scene, the ''hippie king of Cap
 
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    NEW TWEEDY BROTHERS

    The New Tweedy Bros!

    [engl] 100% uncut psychedelia and garagey, jangly folk–rock from 1968 Originally from Portland, the New Tweedy Brothers were formed by brothers Fred and Danny Lackaff plus Dennis Fagaly and Steve Ekman. I
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    MARK FRY

    Dreaming With Alice

    [engl] This album has been quite an obscurity already by the time of its release. Recorded by 19 year old Mark Fry for an Italian sub label of RCA it presented a beautifully naive kind of psychedelic folk si
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    KALI BAHLU

    Cosmic Remembrance

    [engl] First official reissue ever! Includes two bonus tracks and extended linernotes! Gatefold Sleeve. It's 1967 and Kali Bahlu felt that it was time to "simply speak the truth as it comes to me from th
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    WHITE LIGHT

    Parable

    [engl] Formed in Glasgow in the early 70s, White Light were not an ordinary Xian rock band: influenced by the explosive sound of The Who, the hard blues of John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers and even Black Sabbat
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    CHRISTOPHER

    Christopher

    [engl] Christopher were an underground acid rock trio featuring future Josefus drummer Doug Tull. They evolved from United Gas, a psychedelic band from Houston who rubbed shoulders with legends like The 13th
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    AKBAYRAM, EDIP VE DOSTLAR

    Nice Yillara Gülüm

    [engl] Third album by Turkish psychedelic singer Edip Akbayram, originally released in 1982. This later 3rd album really ramps up the silly synthesizers. You'll hear whooshy 80s Rolands, vocals run throu
 
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