This Wishbone Ash LP, while not my favorite due to the eighties new wavish sound, but those guitars shine through, especially on the 2 part instrumental track (Hole in My Heart)that closes the album.
The Underground All Stars - Extremely Heavy. Released in late 1969 on Dot records. Heavy is a relative term here, and this is basically another in a long line of Kim Fowley projects. He is listed as producer and probably is the uncredited vocalist on at least some if not all of the tracks here. The lone song he wrote (Happy Meadow Trail Dance)is the strongest track here. Yet another version
of Louie Louie is present also.
Notes From the Underground - same. Released on Vanguard in late '69 or early '70. Not bad hippie rock but a tad on the mellow side. Some folky rock and skiffle type tracks too.
This is only one file. It's kinda cool bluesy hard rock. The first track (Tricky Says) is a humorous song (as are many others)and lots of fun. The album as a whole is not bad. Released in 1970 on RCA records.
Tracks: Tricky Says We're Helpless/the Clothes You Wear/Pass the Salt Mother/the Peasants Are Revolting/Just A Note/Stoned In Saigon/For You/Desdemona/Fresh Today/Horrible Breathe
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If you in a soft rock mood, here is basically every album by Seals & Croft.