Secondly, I got so fed up with the nag screens I took the plunge and upgraded to the new blogger. It seems to work about 50 times better than the old one, so yippee for that.
Thirdly and lastly (more new words), I got tired of the emails to upload my stuff to rapidshare, so the last guy that emailed, I emailed back if you want rapidshare so goddamn bad, buy me an account. Well lo-and-behold, the person sent me 10 bucks to buy the damn thing so now I guess I'm back to rapidshare for awhile. If anyone asks me not to post to rapidshare and I'm going to lose whats left of my mind and start shooting.
Oh, and no, I still haven't uploaded that missing Simon Stokes track yet. I will soon, promise!
Sorry if I sound like Oscar the Grouch, but my fuse is very short and after that bunch of silliness that occured in the comments of the last post (take a look if you haven't seen it, but I delted most of the carnage), I have had enough. This is supposed to fun for christsakes. I've bitched enough now--sorry to the majority of you who don't deserve this shit.
Now on with the show------------
The last of the red hot Hookfoot LPs. This one is Communications from 1973. Very consistant band--if you liked the others I posted, you'll like this one. This one is on megaupload cuz it is ripped at 320k and was a bit too big for RS.
Had a request for this a long time ago and I told the guy I didn't have it. Well while scouring my MP3's looking for something else--there it was. I gotta get my shit cataloged.
This is kinda jazzy funky rock from 1974 and has a cool band history inside the rar file as well as front and back covers. Interesting cover too!
Ta-Daa! It's an album from Thundermug. Nice sized cover over at the left too. Sorry it was all I could scrounge up odd the web.
This was a request over at the other blog, but since Kit just posted a great set of cool shit, I decided to put it here. These guys were always highly touted 'round my town as a great seventies hard rock band. I was slightly disappointed at first listen, but I decided my expectations were set too high by hype and after judging them on their own merits have grown to really like these guys. If you like this one I have another so let me know. Good AOR-hard rock.
Another cool seventies hard rock album from Moxy. While I digging for a cover I found this concert ad floating on the net. Would this show have been cool or what?
Unbelievable line up there, bet the folks showing up for that show got their eardrums rattled.
And last but not least, trying to get back to basics of what this blog is all about, a great psych LP from the Third Power called Believe. Released late in the genre (1970) but still a sparkling example of it. Stunning stuff. And that wraps my post for today.
Link is fixed!!