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  • 01. Intro – You’re a Human Now (1974)
    02. Side of the Dawn (1969)
    03. Who’s Gonna Try (1975)
    04. Devil’s Due (1974)
    05. 10 Miles To Freedom (1969)
    06. San Francisco Earthquake (1975)
    07. Signify Justice (1969)
    08. Love Lock Temperature Drop (1967)
    09. Magical Door (1969)
    10. Peter Pan Blowup (1967)
    11. Luxury’s Draft (1975)
    12. Realm of 7 Planes (1974)
    13. Man of Means (1975)
    14. Spanish Fly (1974)
    15. King Muskrat(1975)
    16. See It My Way (1974)
    17. Rock and Roll Star (1975)
    18. Meanie Jeanie – Old Man (1975)
    19. Troubles (1975)
    20. Woman (1975)
    21. Hell’s Rock (1975)
    22. They’ll Never Last (1968)
    23. Kristina (1966)
    24. Music Box (1969)
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    UTHER PENDRAGON

    San Francisco Earthquake

    [engl] 
    This is the incredible story of Uther Pendragon: a lost psychedelic band from San Francisco whose music has remained buried until now. Formed in the Bay Area in 1966 as a teen garage group called Blue Fever, Uther Pendragon lasted from 1966 until 1978. During that time, the band went through different names and phases, as their music evolved from garage to psychedelia to hard-rock: they were known as Blue Fever, Timne, Hodological Mandala, Mandala, Kodiac, Justus, Pendragon…but the core of the band remained always the same: Mark Lightcap (rhythm guitar, vocals), Bruce Marelich (lead guitar, vocals) and Martin Espinosa (bass, vocals) who after finding their ultimate drummer on Mike Beers, finally settled on the Uther Pendragon name in the early 70s. But despite being in active for all that time and recording lot of tapes and demos at different studios (including their own one in Palo Alto), Uther Pendragon never released any recording at the time. They’re not even a footnote on the books about the San Francisco Sound or a small name at those psychedelic posters of the time. Nothing. It’s as if they never existed. Until now. Their complex and fascinating story, which involves winning a Bay Area Battle Of The Bands and playing with Country Joe & The Fish, recording a killer garage-psych 7” acetate in 1967, going to the legendary Pacific Sound Recording studios in 1969 to record a demo, living as a family in the same house for many years and rehearsing 7 days a week, building their own recording studio and music corporation, being managed by Craig Pedersen (Something Wild, Tripsichord Music Box), being involved in an occult-themed rock opera called Sabbat, and much more, is being told with all details by Mike Stax from Ugly Things in the extensive liner notes.
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    Release-Datum
    14.01.2016
    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
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