Here's a boatload of various cool stuff. From garage rock to hard rock and everything in-between I think I've got it covered. First off, here's a great one from the NC6. In fact, the only album that is really of the garage genre from these guys as most of their other albums are more sunshine pop/bubblegummy type stuff.
One from vinyl here. This is Kracker's LP La Familia. The one I have has a box cover made to resemble a cigar box. Inside that cigar box is a mixed bag of hard rock, blues rock, latin rock, and good ol rock and roll. There are no bad tracks here at all, I really like this one!!!
Another one from vinyl, and this is one file (no track separation). It's the Weight with their '69 psychy One Man's Queen Is Another Man's Sweathog. Is that an ugly cover or what? Maybe where Jo Jo Gunne got the idea for their Jumpin' the Gunne LP.
I debated on sticking this up here and guess what...... why not? It's the first solo album from Roger Taylor, drummer for Queen, and in my opinion it's better than anything his band was releasing at the time. It's classic rock, maybe with a tinge of new wave, but done tastefully so as not to overpower a decent batch of songs.
Roger wasn't a bad singer! The album opener No Violins and the 50's influenced Let's Get Crazy are recommended.
A great LP from '69!! Keef Hartley Band's Halfbreed.
And for a bit of folky comic relief, here's the Moral Eels Eat the Holy Modal Rounders.
An underrated LP from Joe Cocker. This was released in 1976. Joe was in pretty bad shape around this time, but he shows he still has what it takes in the vocal department.
And last but not least from me, here is Eno's first solo album and also my favorite Here Come the Warm Jets. Baby's On Fire still freaks me out a bit and Robert Fripp's solo on it gives me chills. I've always liked Driving Me Backwards, Blank Frank and the 50's inspired Cindy Tells Me also. The latter kinda reminds me of a Robert Calvert song but the title escapes me.
I hope everyone enjoys all these, and if you do, please find it in your heart to go over to my other blog (www.liveandotherwise.blogspot.com) and give my ads at the top of the page a click or two. La familia and I would really appreciate it. I may even get and update done over there in the next day or so.
And just in case those above aren't something that you want, Cor who is quickly becoming a regular contributor here has sent even more great stuff. Thanks Cor, I really appreciate it!!!