Thursday, October 28, 2010

The Day After The Sabbath 30: Helloweenie Roast

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I am indebted to Zischkale for suggesting vol. 30's tracks, thus enabling me to fast-track this in time for all your party celebrations, good man! My only entry here was the Deep Purple cover by an aptly-named band. And yes, track two is the real deal! Hey Zisch, I leave it to you to tell us a little more...
Zischkale said...
Nicely done, I can't believe you got it out so fast. Goblin's an Italian band that did soundtrack work for the original release of Dawn of the Dead and Suspiria. Track 2 is probably the "trick" part of this, but a good heavy song that's being talked about over at Looking forward to hearing track 4. The Antonius Rex is real over the top doom stuff, perfect fun Halloween soundtrack. "Demon in your Heart" is similar fare, with a wild ending. More gloomy stuff with Jacula, the real odd Spooky Tooth album, great Lucifer's Friend track that's sort of their "Black Sabbath." Nightmare is a band I know nothing about, but dig on the fat chorus-effect guitar riff. Weird rock 'n' roll. Track12 is pure inspiration for a Halloween night--big ol' Sabbath medley.

01. Goblin - Suspiria (1977)
02. Gotta Get Love (1976)
03. Bloodrock - D.O.A. (1970)
04. Rat Bat Blue [D.P. Cover] (1999)
05. Antonius Rex - Aquila non Capit Muscas (1974)
06. Flax - Demon In Your Heart (1976)
07. Jacula - Triumphatus Sad (1969?)
08. Spooky Tooth with Pierre Henry - Jubilation (1970)
09. Lucifer's Friend - Lucifer's Friend (1970)
10. Nightmare - Witch Woman (1979)
11. The Ghost - When You're Dead (1970)
12. Sabbath Medley '88 (1988)

Thanks again for listening.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

The Day After The Sabbath 29: Hard Rock Heaven

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Welcome to Volume 29 of TDATS. Blodwyn Pig kick off with a frantic track, they were founded by guitarist-vocalist-songwriter Mick Abrahams, after he left Jethro Tull in 1968 due to a falling-out with Tull leader Ian Anderson. Fraction include an intense vocal performance reminiscent of Jim Morrison. Stonehouse were a UK band that only recorded one album 'Stonehouse Creek', they show an english take on southern hard rock. The Stampeders are a wild card here, they were a canadian country band that pulled out all the stops for just one song, and here it is. Good rats had some success in the US, cutting their teeth in Long Island’s thriving club scene, along with other notable names such as Twisted Sister. Jodo enter with their big, direct no-nonsense bluesy grooves that get straight to the point and drill you into submission. Legs Diamond sound like an American take on Deep Purple, featuring driving keys from Michael Prince. A brilliant cover, by a brilliant band, of a brilliant song from another brilliant band,  that is all I can say about track 12. And to the end...a bit of fun with a re-appearance of Blodwyn Pig to see us off into hard rock heaven.

01. Blodwyn Pig - Worry (1970)
02. Fresh Blueberry Pancake - Clown On A Rope (1970)
03. Fraction - Come Out Of Her (1971)
04. Humble Pie - Four Day Creep (1971)
05. Doc Rockit - Circle of Stone (1979)
06. Stonehouse - Cheater / Topaz (1971)
07. The Stampeders - Wild Eyes (1974)
08. Good Rats - Phil Fleish (1974)
09. Jodo - I'm Still Trying (1971)
10. Legs Diamond - Come With Me (1977)
11. Dark - R.C. 8 (1972)
12. Pentagram - Dancing Madly Backwards (On A Sea Of Air) (1999)
13. Blodwyn Pig - Long Bomb Blues (1970)

Cheers, Rich

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