Hard Rock, Heavy Progressive Rock, Krautrock, Germany 1970s (Tracks) McOil – “Sailing Around”

McOil – “Sailing Around” Track’s Video on YouTube

Category/Music Genres :

Hard Rock, Heavy Progressive Rock, Krautrock, Germany 1970s (Tracks)

Band :

McOil (Ochsenhausen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany)

German hard-edged rock band from Ochsenhausen (formed in 1976), with a typically German sound, akin to Jane, Harlis, Eloy, etc.
Taken from the book “The Crack In The Cosmic Egg”, Steven Freeman, Alan Freeman, ISBN: 0-95295-06-0-X, Leicester 1997.

Members :

Norbert Kuhpfahl (bass), Karl Wild (guitar, vocals), Andy Tischmann (drums, percussion), Doris Tischmann (keyboards, vocals), Walter Utz (keyboards, vocals), Rudolph Scheich (drums, percussion), Dieter Eisenmann (guitar)

Track :

“Sailing Around” (written by Walter Ulz) B2 track included on the album “All Our Hopes”

Album :

“All Our Hopes” released as a private press release (0010 sk) in 1979. Reissued by Garden Of Delight Records (CD 004) in 2000

Recorded at EGE-Sound-Studio in August/September 1979
Mixed in October  1979

McOil – “All Our Hopes” Full Album Video on YouTube

Line-up/Credits :

Bass – Norbert Kuhpfahl

Drums – Andy Tischmann

Guitar, Backing Vocals – Karl Wild

Keyboards, Vocals – Walter Utz

Producer, Mixed By – Dieter Ege

Track-list :

01. Be Careful – 4:11
02. All Our Hopes – 9:26
03. This Time Should Never End – 8:09
04. Mask Of Life – 4:58
05. Sailing Around – 5:56
06. Once In The Summernight – 3:58
07. What’s This Live – 5:56

Bonus:

08. A Better Day – 4:15

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“Garden Of Delights”

Prime time for progressive rock had already passed by when in 1979 McOil released their album ‘All our hopes’ in an edition of 1000 copies the style of which must be classified as a heavier type of progressive rock. As well as the bonus track taken from the band’s one and only single the original master tapes could be used for mastering the CD as they were in perfect condition due to excellent storage in the Ege sound studio. Almost unknown until now are early recordings of ‘Be careful’ and ‘Sailing around’ from the compilation ‘Rocksession ’79’ (AVC K 793203ST, February 1979), at that time with female vocals.

Walter Utz (key, voc), Norbert Kupfahl (b), Karl Wild (g, voc), Andy Tischmann (dr)

The Garden of Delights label recovers and restores half-forgotten recordings from the field of progressive rock music in all its different shades, ranging from psychedelic to fusion to blues-rock, provided that there are progressive elements in it. In its original sense, progressive means that these recordings were ahead of their time and did not go with the tide. This almost unavoidably meant that only a small circle of people knew about them. Most of them were released in the seventies in very small editions, on LP’s which can hardly be afforded any more today. These lost collectors’ items are now being made available on CD on Garden of Delights. Besides the costly remastering, special importance has been attached to making lavish, thick CD booklets providing everything worth knowing about the artists (as well as many rare photos), all of which come from the German-speaking countries.

“Cosmic Minds At Play”

“The group merged symphonic rock and hard rock into a style comparable to Jane and the polished “Sky” rock. Mc Oil were the quartet of Wlter Utz (keyboards, vocals), Norbert Kuhpfahl (bass), Karl Wild (guitar, background vocals), and Andy Tischmann (drums).In 1978 they released their single “Mask Of Lif” coupled with “A Better Day” (AVC Production). The following album “All Our Hopes” was recorded at the Ege Sound Studio from August to September 1979 and originally released in a limited edition of 1,000 copies.

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McOil – “All Our Hopes” Album photo (A’ Side)

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McOil – “All Our Hopes” Album cover photo (back)

McOil – “All Our Hopes” C.D. cover photo (front)

McOil – “All Our Hopes” C.D. cover photo (back)

McOil – “All Our Hopes” C.D. photo 

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Links related to the album/track :

McOil – “Sailing Around” Track’s Video link on “YouTube

McOil – “All Our Hopes” Full Album Download Link on “Krautrock Maniac” Blog

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McOil Band’s Page on “Discogs”

McOil Band’s Page on “Rate Your Music”

 

 

Classic Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Blues Rock, Heavy Progressive Rock, U.K. 1970s (Tracks) Wishbone Ash – “Phoenix”

Wishbone Ash – “Phoenix” Track’s Video on “YouTube”

Category/Music Genres :

Classic Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Blues Rock, Heavy Progressive Rock, U.K. 1970s (Tracks) 

Band :

Wishbone Ash (Torquay, Devon, U.K.)

Wishbone Ash Band’s photo, 1970

Members :

Andy Powell (guitar, vocals), Steve Upton (drums, 1969-90), Martin Turner (vocals, bass, 1969-80, 1987-91, 1995-96), Ted Turner (guitar, vocals, 1969-74, 1987-94), Laurie Wisefield (guitar, vocals, 1974-85), John Wetton (bass, vocals, 1980-81), Trevor Bolder (bass, vocals, 1981-83), Claire Hamill(vocals, 1981-82), Mervyn “Spam” Spence [aka O’Ryan] (bass, vocals, 1983-86), Jamie Crompton(guitar, vocals, 1985), Phil Palmer (guitar, vocals, 1985-87), Andy Pyle (bass, vocals, 1986-87, 1991-94), Robbie France (drums, 1990-91), Ray Weston (drums, 1991-94, 1997-2007), Mike Sturgis (drums, 1994-97), Roger Filgate (guitar, vocals, 1994-97), Tony Kishman (vocals, bass, 1994-95, 1996-97), Bob Skeat (bass, vocals, 1997-present), Mark Birch (guitar, vocals, 1997-2001), Ben Granfelt (guitar, vocals, 2001-04), Muddy Manninen (guitar, vocals, 2004-17), Joe Crabtree (drums, 2007-present), Mark Abrahams (guitar, 2017-present)

Related Artists :

Asia, Blast Room, Blue Meanies, Diamond Head, The Empty Vessels, Gringos Locos, Mistakes, Phenomena, Uriah Heep

Track :

“Phoenix” (written by Wishbone Ash) B2 track (closing track) included on the album “Wishbone Ash”

Album :

“Wishbone Ash” released on MCA Records ( MKPS 2014) on 4th December 1970 (recorded in September 1970, De Lane Lea Studios, London)

Wishbone Ash is the first studio album by Wishbone Ash. It peaked at No. 29 in the UK Albums Chart in January 1971.

Line-up/Credits :

Andy Powell – lead guitar, vocals

Ted Turner – lead guitar, vocals

Martin Turner – bass, vocals

Steve Upton – drums

Art Direction, Design – John C. LePrevost

Engineer – Martin Birch

Executive-Producer [Executive Production For The U.S.A.] – Don Shain

Photography By – Gene Brownell

Producer – Derek Lawrence

Written-By – Powell, Turner, Upton, Turner

Companies :

Published By – Miles Music (2)

Recorded At – De Lane Lea Studios

Copyright (c) – MCA Records International

Licensed From – MCA Records International

Manufactured By – The Decca Record Company Limited

Printed By – Moore & Matthes Ltd.

This version comes in a gatefold sleeve and has pink and red labels.

Track-list :

1. Blind Eye (3:42)
2. Lady Whiskey (6:11)
3. Error Of My Ways (6:56)
4. Queen Of Torture (3:21)
5. Handy (11:36)
6 Phoenix (10:27)

Total Time: 42:23

Lyrics :

Bird rise high from the cinders
Leave it all far behind
All the ruins and the fire

Bird raise your head from the ashes
Many men lay dead
You can see them like I

Phoenix rise
Raise your head to the sky

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“All Music”

For a band that quickly evolved into a radio-friendly prog-leaning outfit, it’s a wonder that Wishbone Ashstarted out as the boogie and blues-based group that this debut reveals. If the term “jam band” existed in 1970, Wishbone Ash surely would have been a major player in that genre. As it was, this album stacked up nicely when compared with other British hard rock releases that year. Not as complex or calculated as Led Zeppelin’s Led Zeppelin III but definitely more focused than Mott the Hoople’s Mad Shadows, Wishbone Ash more closely resembled Benefit by Jethro Tull, a group that hadn’t yet adopted its own progressive elements. The dual lead guitar attack of Andy Powell and Ted Turner was a component that none of the above bands possessed, but unfortunately their (shared) lead vocals lacked the punch and authority necessary for hard rock bands to be taken seriously. So while they could rock as loudly and convincingly as virtually anyone, their lead singers, perhaps, held them back from being the force they should have been. The follow-up, Pilgrimage, took steps to rectify Wishbone Ash’s odd position, but this album nevertheless opened eyes and ears and revealed to the rock & roll community a band with incredible potential and talent.

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“Progarchives”

Founded in Torquay, UK in 1969 – Still active as of 2017

The history of WISHBONE ASH goes back to 1966, when drummer Steve Upton of the ‘Scimitars’ joined bassist Martin Turner and Martin’s brother Glen in the band ‘The Empty Vessels’. The trio named themselves ‘Tanglewood’ and moved to London. Glen Turner quit soon and was replaced by Ted Turner of Birmingham band ‘King Biscuit’. The line-up was finalised by guitarist Andy Powell (Ex-‘Sugarband’). The two guitarists developed a melodic twin guitar lead style that would become the trademark of ‘Wishbone Ash’.

In 1970 WISHBONE ASH released their self titled first record, establishing a mixture of Blues-Rock, Jazz and English Folk, that the band would elaborate on in their following records. The production work by Martin Birch was excellent and the record contains the masterpiece ‘Phoenix’, that would become a ‘Wishbone Ash’ live classic and give way to elaborate improvisations on stage. At the same time the band would start to use lyrics and imagery drawn from mythology and fantasy. like ‘The King will come’, ‘Throw down the sword’, ‘Persephone’ & ‘Argus’.

In 1971 ‘Wishbone Ash’ released ‘Pilgrimage’ and a year later ‘Argus’, both records bringing the WISHBONE ASH sound to perfection by introducing elaborate vocal arrangements and sophisticated instrumental passages. Both records are masterpieces. In 1973 the band released their fourth LP, ‘Wishbone Four’, and toured Europe, documented by their live release ‘Live Dates’ (1973) and followed by an extended America Tour. In 1974 Ted Turner left and was replaced by Laurie Wisefield (Ex-Home) who added steel guitar and banjo to the ‘Wishbone Ash’ sound on their 1974 release ‘There’s The Rub’. During the rest of the seventies the new line-up recorded a series of good but less interesting records.

In 1987 the original line-up re-united for a series of records, including the all instrumental ‘Nouveau Calls’ (1988), before going again though a series of line-up changes. At the end of the 90’s the band found a new stability with founding guitarist Andy Powell, bass player Bob Skeat and drummer Ray Weston, joined in 2004 by Finnish guitarist Muddy Manninen.

‘Pilgrimage’ and ‘Argus’ are highly recommended.

“All Music”

During the early and mid-’70s, Wishbone Ash were among England’s most popular hard rock acts. The group’s roots dated to the summer of 1966, when drummer Steve Upton formed a band called Empty Vessels with bassist/vocalist Martin Turner and guitarist Glen Turner. Empty Vessels soon changed their name to Tanglewood and moved to London; during a gig at the Country Club in Hampstead, they were seen by would-be rock manager Miles Copeland, who was impressed with the jazz and progressive rock influences within the band and offered to be their manager.

Glen Turner left the band at that point, and an advertisement for a guitarist resulted in the addition of both David Alan “Ted” Turner and Andy Powell, who provided the basis for the sound of the new lineup with intertwining riffs and phrases drawn from both soul and blues, coupled with Martin Turner’s melodic bass sound and Upton’s jazz-influenced drumming. A new name was called for, and after several suggestions by Copeland that proved unacceptable, “Wishbone Ash” was chosen from two lists of words. The group rehearsed for weeks at Copeland’s home, working out an entirely new repertoire, and played their first gig opening for the Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation. It wasn’t too long before they were opening for Deep Purple, where a soundcheck jam between Powell and Ritchie Blackmore led to a recording contract with the American Decca label.

Their self-titled first album appeared in 1970; Pilgrimage and Argus followed over the next two years, and each showed a major advance in the band’s sound. The release of 1973’s Wishbone Four reflected a greater maturity to the group, and was their first fully developed album, with songwriting that didn’t hide behind a progressive pose but luxuriated in the members’ folk music inclinations, without compromising the harder edge of their music. The album also saw the departure of Ted Turner, who was replaced by Laurie Wisefield.

Locked In and New England followed; Martin Turner departed after 1979’s Just Testing, to be replaced by ex-King Crimson bassist/singer John Wetton. Wishbone Ash soldiered on through the ’80s, and in 1986 even got back with Copeland, by then a major player in the recording industry by virtue of his management of the Police and his founding of I.R.S. Records. Wishbone Ash’s history came full circle with the reunion of Powell, Upton, Ted Turner, and Martin Turner, who recorded three albums for I.R.S. They remained a working band into the ’90s, led by Andy Powell and Ted Turner and touring and recording regularly, though Upton quit the band.

Martin Turner was replaced in 1993 after the band recorded The Ash Live in Chicago. He was replaced by returnee Andy Pyle, who remained only until 1994. Powell, the lone original member of the band, enlisted guitarist/songwriter Roger Filgate, bassist/vocalist Tony Kishman, and drummer Mike Sturgis for a European tour in 1995. When Kishman, weary from touring with Ash while working with other musicians in the United States, took a breather, Martin Turner finished the tour for him. Kishman returned to resume vocal duties on Wishbone Ash’s 1996 studio effort Illuminations. In the aftermath, everyone but Powell quit again. He utilized a revolving-door approach to musicians and took the unusual step — at the end of the first wave of rave culture — of releasing two electronic dance albums on Invisible Hands Music that grafted synthetic beats onto Wishbone Ash guitar riffs. Trance Visionary was first, spawning a four-mix 12″ that was a dancefloor smash and reached 38 on the U.K. dance chart, followed by the less successful yet critically acclaimed Psychic Terrorism.

In 2000, for the band’s 30th anniversary, the acoustic collection Bare Bones was issued just before they hit the road to celebrate. While the personnel continued to shift and change, it didn’t prevent Powell and company from recording Bona Fide, a back-to-basics studio date issued in 2002 before the band toured America with Savoy Brown. In 2004, Finnish guitarist Muddy Manninen joined the band, replacing guitarist Ben Granfelt who had been a member since 2001. In 2006, the band issued Clan Destiny before the departure of longtime drummer Ray Weston. He was replaced by Joe Crabtree, who made his recorded debut with the group on 2007’s Power of Eternity. Other than touring, the band was inactive until 2011 when they issued their 23rd album, Elegant Stealth, with the same lineup. Since 2004, Turner has taken to touring with a band called Martin Turner’s Wishbone Ash. Powell sued and won the sole right to the name in 2013. When the acclaimed Blue Horizon appeared in 2014, it marked the third straight studio recording to feature the same lineup — the longest-standing roster in Wishbone Ash’s history. Manninen left after the tour and was replaced by guitarist Mark Abrahams. In 2018, the band’s 12th album, Twin Barrels Burning, was remastered and reissued by Cherry Red.

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Wishbone Ash – “Wishbone Ash” Album’s cover photo (front)

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Wishbone Ash – “Wishbone Ash” Album’s photo (A’ Side)

Wishbone Ash – “Wishbone Ash” Album’s photo (B’ Side)

Wishbone Ash – “Wishbone Ash” Album’s Artwork photo

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Wishbone Ash – “Wishbone Ash” Full Album Video Playlist on “YouTube”

Wishbone Ash – “Phoenix” Track’s Video on “YouTube”

Wishbone Ash – “Wishbone Ash” Full Album Audio Playlist on “Spotify”

Wishbone Ash _ “Wishbone Ash” Full Album Audio Playlist on “Google Play”

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Wishbone Ash Band’s Homepage

Wishbone Ash “Martin Turner’s Homepage”

Wishbone Ash Band’s Page on “Facebook”

Wishbone Ash Band’s Homepage on “Twitter”

Wishbone Ash Band’s Page on “Discogs”

Wishbone Ash Band’s Page on “Rate Your Music”

Wishbone Ash Band’s Page on “Songfacts”

Wishbone Ash Band’s Page on “Spotify”

Wishbone Ash – Band’s Page on “Bandcamp”

Wishbone Ash Band’s Page on “Apple Music”

Wishbonen Ash Band’s Page on “Google Play”

Wishbone Ash Band’s Page on “Deezer”

Wishbone Ash Band’s Page on “Setlist Fm”

Hard Rock/Heavy Progressive Rock/Heavy Psychedelic Rock/Space Rock U.K. 1970s (Tracks) Pinnacle – “Astral Traveller”

Hard Rock/Heavy Progressive Rock/Heavy Psychedelic Rock/Space Rock U.K. 1970s (Tracks)

Pinnacle (Liverpool. Merseyside, U.K.)

“Astral Traveller” A4 (A side closing track),  (written by Mylett/Thomas) included on the album  “Assasin” on cover “Assassin” on label

Released on Stag Music ( HP 12S) in 1974

Line-up/Credits :

Alan Lawrence – Bass
Neil McKenna – Drums
Dave Mylett – Organ
Owen McCann – Vocals
Paul Thomas – Guitar

Dave Roylance – producer

Mick John – Engineer

Ken Travers – Photography 

Pinnacle – “Assasin” on cover“, Assassin” on label Album cover photo (front)

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Pinnacle – “Astral Traveller” Video file link on YouTube

Pinnacle – “Assassin” Full Album Video file link on YouTube

Pinnacle Band’s Page on Discogs

Pinnacle Band’s Interview on It’s A Psychedelic Baby Magazine Blog

Pinnacle Band’s Page/Full Album Download Link on Muro Do Classic Rock Blog

Pinnacle – “Assassin” Full Album Download Link on Rock Archeologia 60-70 Blog

 

Hard Rock/Heavy Progressive Rock U.K. 1970s (Tracks) Warhorse – “Back In Time”

Hard Rock/Heavy Progressive Rock U.K. 1970s (Tracks) 

Warhorse (U.K.)

“Back In Time” (written by Warhorse) A2 track included on the album “Red Sea”

Released on Vertigo Records ( 6360 066) on 29th March 1972

Red Sea is the second and last album by English hard rock band Warhorse. The band is most known for his bass player, who was the original bassist of Deep Purple (“Mark 1”) from 1968–1969 for the first three albums.

Within weeks of Nick Simper’s final show with Deep Purple on July 4th 1969, he had played the Isle Of Wight Festival as part of singer Marsha Hunt’s backing band White Trash, and was beginning to plan a new group of his own.

After just a couple of gigs with Marsha, Nick realised that the rest of her band weren’t really up to the job, said as much, and found himself with the job of finding suitable replacements. He roped in Ged Peck on guitar (with whom he’d toured with The Flowerpot Men and Billie Davis), and his old Pirates band-mate Roger Pinner (aka Roger Truth) on drums. Pinner was soon replaced by Mac Poole. While this was going on Nick still found time for outside work, playing BBC sessions with The James Royal Set, and also putting together his own extracurricular band.

Ged Peck and Mac Poole were first on board, followed by singer Ashley Holt, who had auditioned for Deep Purple back in 1968. The James Royal Set’s keyboard player Rick Wakeman took part in early rehearsals but proved unreliable, and when the band’s first demo was recorded in April 1970 he was replaced by Frank Wilson. Very soon afterwards the band became a full time operation when Marsha Hunt folded her group due to the fact that she was pregnant by Mick JaggerInitial events made it look as if Warhorse’s starting path would be similar to that of Deep Purple. A record contract quickly arrived (with the new Vertigo label), an album was recorded, and the band made their debut live show – supporting Mott The Hoople in Hemel Hempstead.

‘Warhorse’ was released in November 1970, sounding pretty much like a heavier version of Deep Purple Mk1, and fully illustrating how much Nick Simper had contributed to both bands. However, Vertigo’s promotion concentrated more on the label than the album, and it undeservedly failed to chart, as did the belated single ‘St.Louis’ (an Easybeats song which had been in Deep Purple’s live repetoire until August 1969). Around the same time, Ged Peck made his exit, apparently after increasing difficulty in dealiing with Simper’s pre-eminence in the group. His replacement was Pete Parks from Black August, a band who had been sharing Warhorse’s rehearsal room.

Warhorse had built up a healthy live following inside their first year, and continued to do so when Pete Parks seamlessly stepped in on guitar, but the band’s fortunes had already peaked.They were forced to rush the recording of their second album ‘Red Sea’, which nevertheless received favourable press reviews, and pushed the band’s heavy credentials forward by being more guitar based than its predecessor. However, it received very little label promotion, and soon after its June 1972 release Warhorse were dropped from the roster. Around the same time Mac Poole decided to throw his lot in with Gong, after having deputised with them for a few shows.

Drummer Mac Poole was replaced by Barney James, and Warhorse picked themselves up yet again, this time beginning to incorporate soul elements into their music.After a time Rick Wakeman appeared back in the scene. He produced a set of demos for the band, and then borrowed Holt and James to help record his UK #1 ‘Journey To The Centre of The Earth’ solo album. Despite the fact that a new record contract for Warhorse was in the offing, both men decided to throw their lot in permanenty with Wakeman, and in June 1974 Nick Simper decided to bring the band to a close.

Line-up/Credits :

Ashley Holt – Vocals
Mac Poole – Drums
Nick Simper – Bass
Frank Wilson – Keyboards, Piano
Peter Parks – Guitar

Additional personnel :

Peter Parks – acoustic guitar

Rick Breach – photography, sleeve art, sleeve design

Dave Stock – engineer

Phillip Walker – liner notes

Nick Watson – remastering (CD reissue)

Warhorse – “Red Sea” Album cover photo (front)

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Warhorse – “Red Sea” Album cover photo (A’ Side)

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Warhorse – “Back In Time” Video file link on YouTube

Warhorse – “Red Sea” Full Album Video file link on YouTube

Warhorse – “Red Sea” Full Album Audio file link on Spotify

Warhorse – “Red Sea” Full Album Download Link on Rockasteria Blog

Warhorse – “Red Sea” Full Album Download file link on Back In Purple 70 Blog

Warhorse Band’s Page/Discography/Full Albums/Download Links on Muro Do Classic Rock Blog

Warhorse Band’s Page/Family Tree on Deep Purple Net Page

Warhorse Band’s Page on Rate Your Music

Warhorse Band’s Page on Discogs

Hard Rock/Heavy Progressive Rock Holland 1970s (Tracks) Cargo – “Sail Inside”

Hard Rock/Heavy Progressive Rock Holland 1970s (Tracks)

Cargo (Amsterdam, Holland)

“Sail Inside” (written by Cargo) A1 track included on the album “Cargo” 

Released on Harvest Records (5C 052-24582) in 1972

Line-up/Credits :

Willem De Vries – Vocals, Bass
Jan De Hont – Guitar
Ad De Hont – Guitar
Dennis Whitebread – Drums
Hessel De Vries – Vocals, Electric Piano
Jerry Gobel – Drums
Ador Otting – Hammond Organ
Frans Smith – Drums
Snuffel – Drums

Cargo – “Cargo” Album cover photo (front)

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Cargo – “Sail Inside” Video file link on YouTube

Cargo – “Cargo” Full album Video file link on YouTube

Cargo – “Cargo” Full Album Download file link on Muro Do Classic Rock Blog

Cargo Band’s Interview on It’s A Psychedelic Baby Magazine Page

 

Hard Rock/Heavy Progressive Rock U.K. 1970s (Tracks) Atomic Rooster – “Head In The Sky”

Hard Rock U.K. 1970s (Tracks)

Atomic Rooster (London, U.K.) Hard Rock/Heavy Progressive Rock band

“Head In The Sky” B2 track inluded on the album “In Hearing Of”

Released on Pegasus Records (PEG 1) in August 1971

Line-up/Credits :

Vincent CraneHammond organ (all tracks), piano, vocals

John Cannguitars

Pete French: vocals

Paul Hammonddrums (all tracks), percussion

Lyrics :

The scared are the chosen few
Looking for the times we knew
Colour of the day’s gone by
Hang your head up to the sky
The sky, your head’s in the sky
The day’s going by
Fight for the nights you had
All the good take from the bad
Sign up on the dotted line
Payment for the times you died
You die, your head’s in the sky
Your head’s in the sky
The day’s going by
Your head’s in the sky
The scared are the chosen few
Looking for the times we knew
Colour of the day’s gone by
Hang your head up to the sky
The sky, your head’s in the sky
The day’s going by
Your head’s in the sky
The day’s going by
Your head’s in the sky
The day’s going by
Your head’s in the sky
The day’s going by

Atomic Rooster – “In Hearing Of” Album cover photo (front/back)

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Atomic Rooster – “Head In The Sky” Video file link on YouTube

Atomic Rooster Band’s page on Spotify

Atomic Rooster – Discography Full albums download file links on MuroDoClassicRock Blog

Atomic Rooster – “In Hearing Of” Full album download file link on Zippyshare