And of course I couldn't just make a post with another track I forgot so here are a couple new things and Bigfoot Kit sent some albums that have been on my wish list for awhile to replace my beat to death originals.
First up here is missing track 6 from the Group Therapy album. Sorry again!
Here is an old 45 I was absolutely blown away by. If you like the hard Strawberry Alarm Clock stuff give this a try, these guys kinda sound like 'em but have some moves of their own. This pic over here is just something I found, it probably has nothing to do with this band. If you search around on the net there isn't a whole lot about them (they do have a page or two), but this single is circa 1967-8 and is great heavy psych and rarity in the fact that both sides are excellent.
And the other day when I was babbling on about songs I listened to as a kid and didn't really know what they were about, I casually mentioned these guys and I got an email asking if I had the album, which I do. So here in all of it's cannibalistic glory is Timothy plus all the other stuff they recorded (it's the Collectables CD). I read a great essay about how the song came to be by it's creator Rupert Holmes (yeah the Pina Colada song guy). The original goal was basically to get a song past the censors. And Timothy turned out to be the result. I still love it but since I know the story it's a bit creepy. Maybe it's even more intriguing because of it.
And from Kit, here's the aforementioned Crack the Sky LPs. I love these guys!!!
Crack The Sky - same (1st)
Crack The Sky - Animal Notes (1976)
Crack The Sky - Safety In Numbers (1978)
Full cd artwork & txt files in each rar. Thanks Kit, I am havin' a ball listening to these!!!!