Archive for the blues rock Category

DÄTCHA MANDALA – hara

Posted in blues rock, classic rock, france, hard rock, psychedelic rock, Uncategorized on March 25, 2020 by vesalahde

zeppelin/bolan/lennon/american roots music.. just few things this variation of tracks reminded of, captivating/surprising LP from start to finish. MRS RED SOUND

RITUAL KING

Posted in blues rock, heavy rock, psychedelic rock, stoner, uk, Uncategorized on January 28, 2020 by vesalahde

after seeing the cover art and bandname the 1st thought was very stoned dudes playing very slow and heavy; heavy was right, maybe stoned as well but this is also damn delicate psych blues rock that even jimi hendrix would wonder about… delightful experience. RIPPLEMUSIC

TARABAN

Posted in blues rock, heavy rock, poland, psychedelic rock, Uncategorized, video on January 20, 2020 by vesalahde

moody magical psychedelic blues

DEEP PURPLE – live in london

Posted in blues rock, hard rock, heavy rock, LP collection, Uncategorized on November 24, 2019 by vesalahde

remember buying this as a cassette in early 80s, later found the LP from some Helsinki flea market, the 1st purple album and probably the best live album ive ever heard.

MOS GENERATOR – spontaneous combustions

Posted in blues rock, heavy rock, improvisation, jams, rock, Uncategorized on November 14, 2019 by vesalahde

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back to heavy heaven, albumful of unreleased improvisations, bluesy/moody/heavyrock jams, 4x10min, at times was thinking of sweaty Gary Moore spitting out his blues solos, great soundtrack for hard days nights or heavy boozing parties. KOZMIKARTIFACTZ

THIN LIZZY – black rose

Posted in 70s, blues rock, hard rock, ireland, LP collection, Uncategorized on November 13, 2019 by vesalahde

lyrics still actual

 

GAUPA

Posted in blues rock, desert rock, psychedelic, stoner rock, sweden, Uncategorized on October 15, 2019 by vesalahde

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no worries, changed the OS again… at 1st this sounded like kyussish stoner/desert rock with unique female vocals, this girl can scream and sing, also some oriental vibes, heavier parts, whatever the genre is this 5-track EP made me craving for more KOZMIK ARTIFACTZ