Monday, May 01, 2006

John Bassman Group - Filthy Sky (1970)

Heavy Dutch acid rock album, sung in English, with some Airplance moves, hard guitarwork with effects, VERY fine! Very rare late 60's Dutch west coast style. Acid psych with great female vocals and killer fuzz guitar leads!

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8 comments:

free 4 you said...

Hi there!!!Great blog you have here!!!
very good!i've got a few "sorta" like this myself!!
http://eucompartilho3.blogspot.com/
http://eucompartilho.blogspot.com/
http://eucompatilho2.blogspot.com/
i think it might be interesting for both of us if we exchange links, and divulgate our blogs!!
if you think it's allright send me an email.
free4you.blog@gmail.com

thanx a lot!!
fernanda

60&70 Rock !!!! said...

Hell ya Lisa, you RLZ !!!

António Caeiro said...

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Moka said...

Hey lisa, I was wondering if you'd like to join me in a new MP3 blog I'm making about mid60's to mid 70's music? I can't find your email anywhere around on your blog. If you're interested please contact me:
motelmoka(at)gmail.com

Will link back to this blog tomorrow first thing.

zebu said...

Thx a lot Lisa!!!
=)

SCION said...

LISA - thanks alot for posting this one. Interesting group - but then, I find that alot of the Dutch rock bands are refreshing.
True, these guys aren't a FOCUS or an EARTH & FIRE, but they are entertaining.

SCION said...

FOUND MORE INFO ON THIS GROUP -

Track Content :
Filthy Sky
His Name Was Tom
Susy
Coming Home
Dutch
Woodstock Generation
Two Rings
Teddy Boy's Blues
Sing A Song At My Grave
Can You Dig It

musicians :
John Theunissen-guitars, banjo
Diana Leemhuis - vocals
Peter Blom - vocals, harmonica
Theo Wetzels-bass
John Snyders-drums

The author reviews : Daydreamer
The author :
Publication date : May 22nd 2006

Dutch Group, partly as a Shocking Blue (particularly voice and vocal style Diana Leemhaus like Marishku) but pop-psihodelicescimi zakosamy. In His Name Was Tom good with the guitar and fuzom kwakushka. There are a couple of good tunes, but in general, can not think of anything to merit serious consideration. One curious exception : final rigid Can You Dig It built on riffe that surprisingly recalls waves, that the years of a relatively zanatny.

StevenK said...

More good stuff; I love it! Thanks much!

Steven