Showing posts with label Mahogany Rush. Show all posts
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Sunday, November 24, 2013

The DooM That Time Forgot 10

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In preparation for the next doom-flavoured TDATS, here is The DooM That Time Forgot 10, another of LibertyCap's morbid mixes.

This will be mostly of interest to those who are new to this blog, as almost all of these artists and/or tracks have appeared before on my comps at various times, so look at this as LibertyCap's infernal interpretation of what has come before. Some interesting choices are the famed bands Uriah Heep and Scorpions, who you may not normally associate with doom...

Tracks:
01. Butterfingers - Bootleg '70 (US) 5:39
02. Mahogany Rush - Land of 1000 Nights '75 (CAN) 4:44 (Previously on TDATS 23)
03. Stray - How Could I Forget You? '71 (UK) 5:44 (Stray appeared on TDATS 05)
04. Bullet (aka Daemon aka Hard Stuff) - Jay Time '70 (UK) 2:53 (Seen on TDATS 02)
05. Uriah Heep - Rainbow Demon '72 (UK) 4:27
06. Nahuatl - Evolucion '74 (MEX) 3:29 (previously on TDATS 05 & 89)
07. Strawberry Path - Woman Called Yellow Z '71 (JAP) 5:31
08. The Shiver - Hey Mr. Holy Man '69 (SWI) 3:19
09. Leaf Hound - Drowned my Life in Fear '71 (UK) 3:00 (Previoulsy on TDATS 01 & 64)
10. Pax - Firefly '70 (PERU) 4:58 (Previously on TDATS 08 & 43)
11. Speed, Glue & Shinki - Stoned Out of my Mind '71 (JAP) 6:01 (seen on TDATS 04 & 36)
12. Tucky Buzzard - Which Way, When for Why '71 (UK) 8:01 (Previously on TDATS 15)
13. Scorpions - Animal Magnetism '80 (GER) 5:57

Here are all the previous DooM That Time Forgot volumes, along with TDATS 62 & TDATS 95 which I made in a similar spirit to TDTTF:

Vol 1 | Vol 2 | Vol 3 | Vol 4 | Vol 5 | Vol 6 | Vol 7 | Vol 8 | Vol 9 | Vol 10 | Vol 62 | Vol 95

Enjoy! (or maybe that should that say 'Suffer!')
Rich

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Monday, June 7, 2010

The Day After The Sabbath 23: From Far & Wide (Canada special)


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TDATS 23 is a colletion of music from Canada. [EDIT: There has since been two more, Vol58 and Vol92] After Troyka's rousing intro Thundermug are first up with one of their heaviest songs 'Bad Guy'. There is an interview with Troyka guitarist Robert Edwards here at Psychedelic Baby webzine .BTO are not obscure, but that's only because of that song, so you may be pleasently surprised to hear them nice'n heavy with 'Not Fragile'. Steel River play some fuzzy psych on 'Losing Friends' and the prolific musician Neil Merryweather is represented twice here, with his eponymous effort and his band Ivar Avenue Reunion. Having been recently re-issued on the Relapse label, it's tempting by their name to compare Warpig with Sabbath but I consider them more in Deep Purple/Uriah Heep territory. Connexion offer some fun french language psych and Mahogany Rush display Frank Marino's enveloping guitar atmospherics. Walter Rossi was guitarist in the band 'Charlee' that I have used previously on Vol 5, his infectious riffing is back on 'Hey Serena'. I find closers on track 15 quite fasinating, Timo Laine was one of the first artists to use a polyphonic guitar synth and keyboardist David Stone went on to play for Rainbow. Their track here 'Universe' is a slab of intriguing space prog with doomy overtones.

01. Troyka - Introduction (1970)
02. Thundermug - Bad Guy (1973)
03. Steel River - Losing Friends (1970)
04. Bachman-Turner Overdrive - Not Fragile (1974)
05. Neil Merryweather - Star Rider (1975)
06. Pat Travers - Makes No Difference (1976)
07. Warpig - Sunflight (1970)
08. Connexion - Faut Pas l’Cher (1975)
09. A Foot in Coldwater - It's Only Love (1974)
10. Avalon - Silver Bullets (1977)
11. Blue Max - The New One (1976)
12. Ivar Avenue Reunion - Magic Fool (1970)
13. Mahogany Rush - Land Of 1000 Nights (1975)
14. Walter Rossi - Hey Serena (1976)
15. Symphonic Slam - Universe (1976)
16. Troyka - Troyka Finale (1970)

Cheers, Rich.

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