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The RockIt Scientist is a very diverse music programme that features Progressive/ Hard/ Classic Rock, Blues, Brass Rock, Latin/ African Rock, Jazz and Metal music.

As "non-commercial/ non-Top 40" music ranging from the mid sixties to the present day is featured, the intention is to cater for the more discerning music listener, with no age limits or restrictions imposed or implied. An open mind and a love of music is mandatory!

The programme, which is broadcast on 1485am Radio Today, every Friday evening between 10pm and 1am, is presented by Leon Economides, who has worked with radio greats such as Tony Sanderson (Chuckle and Chat Show on Radio 5), Chris Prior (The Priority Feature on Radio 5), Phil Wright (The Dinosaur Days on 5fm), and Rafe Lavine (Rock Classics and The Great Unknowns on Radio 5, and the original RockIt Scientists on SAfm).

Radio Today is also available nationwide on the DStv Audio Channel 70.


PLAYLIST

Friday 8th September 2006
Playlist for Friday 08 September - 22h00 to 01h00
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01. Liquid Smoke - It's AаMan's World, from their self-titled debut album, released in 1970
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Information about this great US rock outfit is nigh impossible to find. Their only album release, which came out on Avco Embassy Records, featured some stunning organ and guitar-based melodic hard rock, from Benny Ninmann and VinceаFersak respectively,аwith fantastic vocals from Sandy Pantaleo. The other members were drummer Chas Kimbrell and bassistа Mike Archeleta. This rare album, together with Led Zep'sаdebut, was the very first LP I ever got (I decided that I needed to progress from listening to Enid Blyton records and this was a magnificent introduction to the world of rock for me!). The band's version of the James Brown classicаis one of the best you'll ever hear. They also did a fantastic version of "I (Who Have Nothing)",аthe track immortalized byаShirley Bassey, which was released as a single.
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Imagine my surprise when I recentlyаreceived a request to subscribe to The RockIt Scientist newsletter from none other than Sandy Pantaleo! Sandy told me thatаsince Liquid Smoke folded, he'dаbeen involved in a number of bands, one of them being a 12 piece funk outfit called Funk Philharmonik, which featured members of Tower of Power. He'd done some acting in the past and was currently working on a cruise ship.аI hope to get some info about Liquid Smoke from him in the future.
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02. Fuse - Permanent Resident, from the self-titled debut album in 1968.
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Fuse were another fantastic US outfit who released just one album before fading into obscurity. A hard rocking quintet, their average age was less than 18 years old, but the quality of musicianship from these youngsters was that of very seasoned pros, much the same as that of their UK contemporaries, Clear Blue Sky and Stray. Vocalist Joe Sunderberg had a really great voice, well suited to the powerful organ and guitar based hard rock that these guys were capable of delivering. Chip Greenman was on drums and Craig Meyers on guitar. Guitarist/keyboard player Rick Nielsen and bass player Tom Peterson would go on to become founding members of mega stars Cheap Trick. The album is nowаa minor collectible.
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03. Rhinoceros - Lady Of Fortune, from "Better Times Are Coming", their 3rd and final album, in 1970.
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Rhinoceros were another great band from he US. Formed around 1967, they wereаsigned to Elektra Records, who couldаalso boast about having theаlikes of Love, The Doors and The Paul Butterfield Blues Band in their stable. They released their self-titled debut album the following year. Musically, Rhinoceros were best described as sort of trippy psych rock, with a bit of blues and jazz thrown in the mix, not unlike bands such as Ultimate Spinach and Fever Tree. Their second album, "Satin Chickens", is arguably their best.аThey could also be a bit funky at times, as was demonstrated on this, their final album.аKeyboard player Michael Fonfara's name was spotted on an album by Robbie Rox and The Monster Horn Band aаfewаyears ago. All three Rhinoceros albums have now been released on CD.
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Duck & Cover
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I was very please to receive a copy of a CD of aаSouth Africa boogie/hard band called Duck & Cover. I'd never heard the band before, althoughаa few people had pointed them out to me. The band, who are based in Pretoria, have been around for about five years, playing the gigs and concerts to very appreciative audiences. TheаCD, their debut, was officially released at Tings 'n Times in early August.
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This is one HELLUVA great band! They're obviously influenced by some of the classic 70's outfits such as Status Quo, Angel City and AC/DC, with a bit of Rhino Bucket and Screaming Jetsаthrown in for good measure, and they do it extremely well! If you like good, old fashioned-style boogie rock with a production that's tighter than aаnew convict's butt, you need to get hold of this CD! They could quite easily be called South Africa's answer to bands you've heard and heard mentionedаbefore on The RockIt Scientist, such as Wolfmother and The Answer.аThe album is released on Wolmer Records, with production by Lani Van Der Walt.а
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Our own Rafe "Hotdog" Lavine works very hard and long hours, but I know that he really looks forward to his weeklyаtwo hour slot on Friday nights (8.00pm to 10.00pm). He was particularly knackered after a hard day at work this last Friday.аWhen he heard Duck & Cover, he forgot all about his heavy day and he couldn't stop raving about this fantastic new find. Rafe is THE connoisseur of boogie rock, so if he goes wild about an album or a band, you just KNOW that they gotta be good!
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So, the band that are highly endorsed by both The Hotdog vendor and The RockIt Scientist are:а
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Justin Smit & Jaco Mans - Guitars & Vocals
Nathan Smit - Drums
Francois Coetzee - Bass.
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Don't ask questions - just get this album!
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04. Duck & Cover - Whiskey, from "Duck & Cover", in 2006
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One of many fantastic tunes from this exciting SA boogie-rock band. The album is packed with some real "feel good" music that'll get you going. It's uncomplicated, very catchy, ballsy and just plain fun. A great effort from a young band that deserve serious kudos.
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As always, thanks to Annelise at Bowline Music for the intro to this, and other, great South African music. The work she puts into marketing and promoting these bands/artists is phenomenal - she'sаa real professional!а
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05. Cactus - Gone Train Gone, from "V", in 2006.
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Who would've thought that this legendary band would ever reform? Cactus, who were considered by many to be the US's answer to Led Zep, existed for about four years. Formed in the late 60's, the original band members were Carmine Appice on drums andаTim Bogert on bass (both ex-Vanilla Fudge), ex-Amboy Dukes' Rusty Day on vocals and Jim McCarty on guitar, from Buddy Miles Express and Mitch Ryder. They released four highly acclaimed albums (the final album," 'ot & Sweaty", featuringаnew vocalist Peter French and keyboard player Werner Fritzsching) before the band evolved into the New Cactus Band, releasing an album called "Son Of Cactus", with Mike Pinera, ex Iron Butterfly, on guitar, plus a fewаother newаmembers. Bogert and Appice went on toаwork with Jeff Beck, and Jim McCarty went on to work with bands/artists such as Catfish Hodge and others. Rusty Day died in the early 80's.аFast forward to the present day, and Appice, Bogert and McCarty areаback together again, with ex-Savoy Brown vocalist Jimmy Kunes! You'd swear that they hadn't been apart all these years - they're sounding as good today as they did all those years ago. Fantastic stuff from a truly legendary band.
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06. Savoy Brown - My Own Man, from "Savage Return", in 1978
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On the subject of guitaristаKim Simmonds' outfit, I thought I'd feature a more hard rocking style from the band who were wellаknown for such classics as "Street Corner Talking"аand "Hellbound Train". By this time, the band had trimmed down to a powerful trio, with bassist Ian Ellis handling the vocal duties andаTom Farnell on drums. The album was given a swift kick up the rear in the production department by our own Mutt Lange, who'd worked with City Boy, GrahamаParker & The Rumour, Clover and others.аKim Simmonds is still the only remaining original member of this blues/rock outfit who were formed in Englandаas The Savoy Brown Blues Band in the mid 60's. The amount of musicians that have passed through the ranks in Savoy Brown is staggering, but Simmonds has always managed to maintain a particularly high standard of musicianship and songwriting, and the albums he releases are always fresh and exciting. Oh, and he can play too! Clapton, Page, Beck - yes, they're all great, but Simmonds is equally on a par with any of them.
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11 September 2001
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It wasn't quite the 11th of September when this RockIt Scientist show was broadcast, but, as I have done every yearаsince those tragic events that changed our lives back in 2001, I decided to have a tribute and dedicationаto all those who lost their lives on that fateful day, and also to the many heroes that emerged from the rubble.а
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07. Off The Edge - Remember September, taken from a live recording at The Showcase,аon 18 September 2004а
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If you've been listening to The Dinosaur Days or The RockIt Scientist on the various radio stations for the past six years or so, you'll know that no South African band has had quite an impact on me as has Off The Edge. Both Rafe Lavine Phil Wright have also been supporting and promoting this band for many years. Originally formed by guitarist Peter Hanmer in the mid 80's, they recorded just one self-titled album and were put on ice. Peter, together with Tony Groenewald, revived the band in the late 90's, and a few albums were released, each better than the last.
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A few years ago, Peter met vocalist Clint Cunningham, and they gelled fantastically. With Glenn Welman on drums and Mike Dorea on bass, Off The Edge, who have only played a handful of live gigs, became regarded as one of the country's best bands. Thanks to Phil and Rafe, they received more airplay than any other band in the country. On the rare occasion that they did perform live, the venue was sold out. On the particular nightаin question, Peter and Clint performed this unbelievable acoustic track together. I can assure you that there weren't too many dry eyes in the house. Only available as an MP3 download from the Off The Edge website.
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Off The Edge have been relatively silent for a while, as the band are now performing to packed houses countrywide as Clint & Co, doing tributeаshows to the likes of U2, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Joe Cocker and others. The great news is, though, that theyаare alsoаin the process of putting down some new tracks for aаforthcoming Off The Edge album! You'll be the first to know of furtherаdevelopments. Website: www.offtheedge.co.za
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In the meantime, though, if you'd like to see the amazingly talented and exciting Clint & Co in action, they recently took residency at The Soundstage in Midrand (011-315-5084 - www.soundstage.co.za),аwhere they'll be performing their new "Midnight Hour" show, Tuesdays thru Sundays, for the foreseeable future (until New Year's Eve, 2006-2007, to be exact). Clint, who is a very entertaining and gifted frontman, is backed by these three superb musicians, together with a keyboard player and some backing singers.а
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Entertainment at its finest!
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I've recently had numerous requests to feature some of the lesser known, and better bands, of the NWOBHM (New Wave Of British Heavy Metal) scene.
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You ask - I provide!
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08. Dark Star - The Musician, from "Dark Star", in 1981
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Not quite what you'd expect to hear from a band considered to be aаHeavy Metal act. A nice acoustic track, nonetheless. If you're a musician, you can relate to the words! This UK trio, formed initially in 1979аas Berlin, came from the UK Midlands. They released two albums and folded in the late 80's
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09. Samson - Tomorrow Or Yesterday, from "Survivors", in 1979
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If you're a regular RockIt Scientist listener, you'll be familiar with Paul Samson's work. The early days of the band featured John McCoy on bass (previously with jazz/rock outfit Zzebra) - later replaced by Chris Aylmer and Barry Purkis (aka Thunderstick) on drums, together with Paul Samson on guitars and vocals, although Bruce Dickinson (Bruce Bruce) and thenаNicky Moore would take over vocal duties. Paul Samson tragically died a few years ago - Angel Air Records have just released the album he was busy with prior to his death. "P.S" is available now via their website www.angelair.co.uk
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10. Chevy - Skybird, from "The Taker", in 1980
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This Warwickshire based outfit had serious potential. Formed in the mid 70's, they used to tour with Hawkwind. They unfortunately folded in 1984, having released just the one album. Members of the band later emerged in "Red On Red".
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11. Praying Mantis - Captured City, from "Metal For Muthas", and EMI compilation, released in 1980
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There's quite a bit on this fantastic NWOBHM outfit elsewhere on The RockIt Scientist website, so you can read up on them there. The Metal For Muthas compilation featured tracks by some bands that were never released on any other albums. Praying Mantis were one of the better bands on the compilation.
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12. Xero - Cutting Loose, from"Metal For Muthas Volume 2", also in 1980
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Case in point were this hard rocking outfit who wereаformed in London in 1979. They weren't around long enough to record enough material for a full-on album. They also appeared on another compilation called "Brute Force", and they alsoаappeared on The Friday Rock Show.аа
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13. Demon - Don't Break The Circle, from "The Unexpected Guest", in 1982
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One of my favorite bands. Demon were formed in Staffordshire in the latter part of 1980 by vocalist Dave Hill and guitarist Mal Spooner. Next toаSamson's Nicky Moore, Fist's Ron Chenier and Thunderhead's Ted Bullet, Dave Hill had (and still has)аone of the finest voices of the hard rock/metal scene during the 80's and 90's. Demon's early albums were packed full of catchy, potent heavy metal riffs, which they carried over, albeit with a more progressive slant, on subsequent albums such asаThe Plague, Taking The World By Storm, and others. Spooner died in the mid 80's, but Demon are still a going concern, having released a new album, "Better The Devil You Know", in 2005.а
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14. Diamond Head - Am I Evil, from "The White Album", in 1980
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Diamond Head are considered by many to be the best band to emerge from the NWOBHM (indeed, they went on to become the band that inspired the great Metallica!). They were formed in the spring of 1976 by guitarist Brian Tatler and drummer Duncan Scott, together with bassist Colin Kimberley and guitarist/vocalist Sean Harris. They recorded a number of albums between 1980 and 1993, and many compilations and rarities have also been released.
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Stoner Rock requests are coming in thick and fast!
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15. Alabama Thunderpussy - Hymn 43, from "Sucking The 70's", a double Stoner Rock compilation, released in 2002
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Just love that name!а Alabama Thunderpussy are probablyаnot the kind of band that're going to get much airplay, with a name like that. A great pity, as they damned good! Probably best described as Stoner meets Southern Rock, they've released around six albums to date. They do a great version of the Jethro Tull classic on this double compilation, which features contributions from some of the best Stoner bands around, such as Spirit Caravan, Five Horse Johnson, Raging Slab and others.
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16. Spiritual Beggars - Beneath The Skin, from "Open Fire", in 2002
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One of the most acclaimed Stoner Rock albums, by one of the genre's best bands. The album was certified by critics the world over as aаsmolderingаtreasure of timeless, melodic heavy rock. Formed in Sweden, the band first started making waves with their "Ad Astra" album in 2001. Led by former Carcass guitarist Michael Amott, the band were formed in the mid to late 90's. They've released six albums to date as well as a live DVD. Seriously powerful stuff, but with an element of class that puts them in a league of their own.аCombine the melodic power of Black Sabbath and the ferocious brute force of Blue Cheer, add a Hammond B3,аand you have Spiritual Beggars.а
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17. Lowrider - Freelance Fiend, from "Sucking The 70's", that double Stoner Rock compilation, released in 2002
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Lowrider are another very competentаSwedish outfit who have taken the Stoner Rock movement to another level. They combine the timeless old school heavy rock riffs of the 70's with a modernаslant, although they wouldn't be out of place supporting greats such as Led Zep or Deep Purple in their day. They do a great cover of "Freelance Fiend", a track originally written and performed by Peter French's Leaf Hound, way back in 1971.а
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18. Orange Goblin - Black Egg, from "Thieving From The House Of God", in 2003
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Fifth album from this UKаStoner outfit, who started out in the late 90's. The album features a great version of ZZ Top's "Just Got Paid". The band have received indifferent reviews from a number of different quarters, especially for their "Coup De Grace" album in 2002, which touched on punk metal. Trimmed down to quartet,аguitarist Peter O'Malley having moved on,аthe band are back to their best on the featured album.
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19. Gov't Mule - Brand New Angel, from "High & Mighty", their brand new album
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Right: where does one start? Are the words "brilliant", "unbelievable" and "timeless" enough to describe this US band? You've heard it all before, when it comes to Warren Haynes and his band. The vocalist/guitarist has the uncanny knack to write the most incredible music, fromаsoulful bluesyаballads to power rockers. He's an awesome guitarist and his voice is out of this world - truly one of the finest musicians rock music has ever produced.аYou have to be pretty good to be nominated for seven Grammy Awards! The line-up still features powerhouse drummer Matt Abts, bassist Andy Hess, who had some big shoes to fill in Allen Woody,аand keyboard player Danny Louis. Maybe I'm a bit biased, but when you're dealing with the cream of the crop, theyаtake some beating, and it'll take a really special band to knock Gov't Mule off their perch.
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20. Blindside Blues Band - I Shoulda Loved You, from "Long Hard Road", in 2006
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It's been a number of years since the Blindside Blues Band released any new material. Guitarist/vocalistаMike Onesko is well know to Dinosaur Days and RockIt Scientist listeners, having been featured regularly with his various bands, one of them being his killer Guitar Army,аreleasedаa while back. He's appeared with some big names in the industry, such as Leslie West, Tim Bogert, Pat Travers and others, and he's also appeared on a number of tribute albums, one of them being the recentаfantastic "Voodoo Crossing" tributeаtoаHendrix.аThis new Blindside Blues album, which features Billy Gressock and Scott Johnson, together with Onesko on guitars, Emery Ceo on drums and Michael Barrick on drums. Easily one of the band's, and Mike Onesko's bestаwork, it was released on Grooveyard Records (www.grooveyardrecords.com)аabout six months ago. There are tons of blues/rock albums out there, not many of them with anything really different or exciting. This, however, is certainly one of the best of the genre you'll hear in a long time.а
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21. Leslie West - Woman, from ''Blue Me", in 2006.
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Leslie West, the man who, together with the late Felix Pappalardi, formed Mountain all those years ago, is one of the most respected guitarists in the rock and blues/rock world. He's released quite a few solo albums, in addition to keeping Mountain's famous name and reputation alive andаup there with the best of them. His new solo album, which features Aynsley Dunbar on drums, Tim Fahey on bass, Kevin Curry and Todd Wolfe on rhythm guitars and Art Groom on Hammond organ, is essentially aаcovers album of fantastic versions of numbers by Muddy Waters, Sammy Hagar &аRonnie Montrose, Lowell Fulson & Lloyd Glenn and, in the case of the featured track, Andy Fraser and Paul Rodgers, of Free. Leslie West has a very distinctive guitar and vocalаstyle - you just need to close your eyes for a moment and you'll recognize those power chords in an instant. His solo albums, especially the more recent ones such as "Guitarded", "Got Blooze" and "Blues To Die For", remind you that he isаstillаone of the greatest guitarists in the world.а
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22. Damnation Of Adam Blessingа- New York City Woman, from "The Second Damnation", in 1970.
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This Cleveland-based US quintet were formed by vocalist Adam Blessing in the late 60's,аevolving out of two midа60'sаgarage bands, The Society and The Alarm Clocks. Essentially a melodic/hard rock act, they were alsoаextremely competent at doing the odd blues number, as per the featured track. They were also known to use orchestration to great effect, especially on theirаfinalаalbum "Which Is The Justice, Which Is The Thief", by which time they were known as Damnation. They releasedаthree very goodаalbums and folded in the early 70's, although they reformed under the name of Glory. Akarma Records released allаthree Damnation Of Adam Blessing/Damnationаalbums in a lavish LP sized box set, complete with booklet, a few years ago. They also released the sole album by Glory, which proved to be as good as the material they put out under their earlier names.
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23. Catfish - 300lb Fat Mama, from "Catfish", in 1970.
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Catfish were a US psych/blues outfit formed by vocalist/guitarist Bob "Catfish" Hodge, a fairly large gent not known for havingаvisited Weight Watchers too regularly. He was a fantastic vocalist and guitarist, and judging by the way he had the audience eating out of his hand on the second (and last) Catfish album, "Catfish Live", he was quiteаan entertaining frontman. The band, whilst being very tight, were quite experimental at the same time.аHodge later recorded as soloist, under the name of Catfish Hodge.
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24. Dan Patlansky - Try My Lovin' Arms, from "Real", in 2006 а
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Couldn't resist getting in another track from this sensational young South African guitarist's brand new album. Refer to the write-up on Dan and the new album above.
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25. SRC - Midnight Fever, from "A Traveller's Tale", in 1970, their final album.а
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This Detroit - based US hard rock outfit were formed in the mid sixties, initially as TheаTremolos and later The Fugitives, by brothers Glen and Gary Quackenbush (can you image how they must've been ripped offаwith a surname like THAT?!). Their self-titled debut received a fair amount of airplay in the UK by virtue of the fact that respected dj John Peel enjoyed the Doors-sounding organ on the track "Black Sheep". The band unfortunately failed to capture the interest of the US public and they folded in 1970. Bass guitarist Al Wilmot joined Lighthouse in 1972.
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26. Bloodrock - Days And Nights, from "Passage", in 1973
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Quite a controversial band, apparently.аBloodrock, who were formed in the US in the late 60's, were managed by Terry Knight, the equally controversial manager who "looked after" Grand Funk Railroad, and who sought an equally uncompromising outfit to consolidate the success he had withаMark, Don & Mel. Bloodrock were considered by many to be one of the least appealing of the West Coast US bands playing in the acid rock period, which is a shame, because they wrote some fantastic numbers. Guitarist John Nitzinger, (of Nitzinger, PM and Bugs Henderson fame),аwrote a few tracks for the band, butаnever joined them officially. They split in the mid 70's, with vocalist Jim Rutledge and guitarist Lee Pickens both recording solo albums in the mid to late 70's.
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As an aside, Terry Knight, who wasаfound to have been very dishonest in his dealings with Grand Funk as their manager, was killed in an argument with his daughter's boyfriend, a year or so ago.а
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27.аGypsy - I Was So Young, from "Gypsy", their debut album,аin 1970.
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Although this band's name was Gypsy, the UK pressing of the featured album was called "American Gypsy", so as not to cause confusion with the early 70'sаUK band of the same name.аGypsy was formedаin the late 60's, by guitarist James Johnson, bassist Doni Larson and drummer Tom Green, evolvingаout ofаa mid 60's Minneapolis-based band called The Underbeats.а The above line-up was augmented by keyboard player/vocalist James Walsh and second guitarist Enrico Rosenbaum. Theyаbecame the house band at LA's famed WhiskeyаA Go-Go club, replacing Chicago (Transit Authority), who hadаset out on a major tour to promote their recently released debut album.аGypsy's debut album, a double lp set, had some fantasticаorgan and guitar based progressive rock numbers, some of them quite long.аDrummer Bill Lordan later joined the band, who finally split in the mid 70's, having releasedаfour albums. James Walsh embarked on a solo career, and Lordan joined Sly & The Family Stone before spending a number of years with Robin Trower.
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28. Fabulous Rhinestones - Vicious Circle, from "Freewheelin", in 1973, their 2nd album.
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This very promising US melodic rock/funk band were formed in 1972 by guitarist/vocalist Kal David, who'd previously worked with Neil Merryweather and The IllinoisаSpeed Press, bassist Harvey Brooks (John Cale, Miles Davis, Electric Flag and others), and keyboard player/vocalist Marty Grebb (Lovecraft, Bonnie Raitt & others). They signed to Just Sunshine Recordsаand released their debut albumаthat year. This 2nd album featured contributions fromаthe Brecker Brothers andаDavid Sanborn. By the time the third and final album came around (in 1975), they'd dropped the "Fabulous" bit and were known simply as The Rhinestones.аThey split shortly afterwards. A great pity, as they were a fine band.
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29. Minnesoda - Child's Play, from "Minnesoda", in 1972.
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Although their album was released on the famous Capitol Records label, info onаthis eight piece US horn rock is almostаnon-existent, much the same as other great brass/horn rock bands such as Puzzle, Sunship and others. They were pretty good, and their songs were well written. Musically very competent, it's a shame that they didn't record any (known) other albums.
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30. Marshall Tucker Band - The Last Of The Singing Cowboys, from "Running Like The Wind'', in 1979.
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Not quite indicative of MTB's music, but a fantastic track, nonetheless. The horn section on this track reminds you of Chicago and Blood, Sweat & Tears at their respective peaks.аWritten by rhythm guitarist George McCorkle, this number demonstrates just how versatile the Marshall Tucker Band were (and still are! They released an awesomeаnew studio album, "Beyond The Horizon", a few yearsаago). The album featured Toy (guitar)аand Tommy (bass) Caldwell, both of whom have since passed on, vocalist Doug Gray, drummer Paul Riddle and sax player/flautist Jerry Eubanks, the "classic", and best, MTB line-up. The album also contains one of my all-time favorite numbers, the title track, "Running Like The Wind".


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