Psychedelic Rock

Spooky Tooth – The Island Years: An Antology 1967-1974 (2015) {Box Set}

Spooky Tooth - The Island Years: An Antology 1967-1974 (2015) {Box Set}

Spooky Tooth – The Island Years: An Antology 1967-1974 (2015) {Box Set}
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Label: Universal-Island Records | Cat#: 0602547053114 | Genre: Psychedelic Rock

The Island Years is a new comprehensive anthology featuring the work British rock band Spooky Tooth who released seven studio albums between 1968 and 1974Read More

The Spencer Davis Group – The Best Of The Spencer Davis Group (1987)

The Spencer Davis Group - The Best Of The Spencer Davis Group (1987)

The Spencer Davis Group – The Best Of The Spencer Davis Group (1987)
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Label: EMI America | Cat#: CDP 7 46598 2 | Genre: Psychedelic Rock

Somehow the same label issued two albums with the same name in the same year. This one, with 15 tracks, is vastly preferable to its 10-song counterpart. Both releases hit the high points with the irresistible “Gimme Some Lovin’,” “I’m a Man,” and others. With half as many tunes, though, this album includes the minor hit “Strong Love” and “Goodbye Stevie,” written by the group to commemorate the departure of sensational singer and multi-instrumentalist prodigy Steve Winwood. “Waltz for Lumumba” presages the jazzier turns he would take with Traffic. Read More

Procol Harum – The Best Of Procol Harum (1972)

Procol Harum - The Best Of Procol Harum (1972)

Procol Harum – The Best Of Procol Harum (1972)
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Total Size: 244 MB (CD) + 67.1 MB (Scans) | 3% RAR Recovery
Label: A&M Records | Cat#: CD3259 | Genre: Psychedelic Rock

Procol Harum is a band that is (these days anyway) rather obscure, but has had a definite influence on rock music, in general, and progressive rock, in particular. “Best Of” albums seldom are that, and whether or not this one is certainly falls under the area of debate. However, the album is a good introduction to the many sides of this complex and intriguing band. For those who only know of the group’s two hits, “Whiter Shade of Pale” and “Conquistador,” the disc provides both of them. However, for the more knowledgeable fansRead More