These were requests for people over at groovy fab. I decided to put them over here too. Kathy & Carol was a rare barely released LP on Elektra records back in '65 until the good folks at Collector's Choice released it. It bombed too, but I found a copy at my library (they come up with this but try to find Joe Walsh or Bob Dylan there) and ripped a copy. It's just Kathy, Carol and an acoustic guitar on most tracks (on the others its Kathy and Carol without guitar). I detect a bit of celtic influence here but what do I know. I am no expert on folk. I will say these girls sing much better than Dave Van Ronk.........
From 1973 here is Cleveland Ohio's own Granicus. This is their only LP and it's Led Zepish hard rock. In fact the singer sounds quite a bit like Bob Plant from time to time (also sounds a bit like Dave King from Fastway too, but Dave was probably going for Plant too). But this is hard for '73, bluesy and soulful too. This was recorded from vinyl by a friend a long time ago and is a single file.
Songs: You're in America/Bad Talk/TwilightPrayer/Cleveland, Ohio/Nightmare/When You're Movin'/Paradise.
I also uploaded the Ram Jam albums too, but they ended up over at Zinhof's so if you want it, go to get it there.
I don't have a clue what to put up here next, anyone up for the Grease 2 soundtrack? How about Engelbert Humperdinck? Heino? Mrs. Miller? anyone? anyone? hello?