Various - Brown Acid: The Sixth Trip FLAC album
This Trip kicks off with an outrageous number from Gold out of San Francisco circa 1970. Brown Acid - The Sixth Trip. CD Baby (от лица компании "RidingEasy Records").
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perhaps the Zendik b-side? The song length doesn't match up though. Reply Notify me Helpful.
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This album is a recompilation of tracks from the ‘60s and ‘70s that were never able to make it into the mainstream radio of those days. Daniel Hall and Lance Barresi once again compelled some the time-trapped jewels and put them together in their already famous Brown Acid series. The Seventh Trip is a going-back-in-time album. The songs included here are a great selection of hard rock and psych rock that showcase sounds similar to Black Sabbath, Jimmy Hendrix, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin
Brown Acid: The Sixth Trip. Riding Easy Records EZRDR 090. LP. 2018. Brown Acid: The Sixth Trip. Riding Easy Records EZRDR 090CD.
This trip kicks off with an outrageous number from Gold out of San Francisco circa 1970. The band used to open their sets with this over-the-top frantic jammer which is absolutely mind-blowing! Delving deeper into the depths, Canadians continue to prove that they could bang heads with the best of ‘em! Heat Exchange from Toronto released the rollicking ripper Inferno on the Yorkville label way back in 1968 and it’s still thumping almost fifty years later. LP - Standard LP. CD - Standard CD. Label Riding Easy. Genre 60s & 70s. Released 04/20/18.
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The Brown Acid series is curated by . label RidingEasy Records and retailer/label Permanent Records. Batting clean-up, we have Negative Space, the only LP sourced track on this album. This crunchy jam comes off the band’s 1970 record entitled Hard, Heavy, Mean, & Evil. At over six and a half minutes, The Calm After the Storm is the longest track included on this volume, but it never gets dull. Fun fact: before changing the name to Negative Space, Rob Russen called his band Snow and released the Sunflower 45 in 1969 – you might recall that groover from the First Trip.
Culled from endless hours of sifting through dusty records in forgotten corners all over the globe by the tireless crew at RidingEasy, the Brown Acid series is a Nuggets for modern times, every volume a crucial collection of impossibly obscure heavy ’n’ hairy proto-metal from the age of Aquarius. The fifth volume of anything is bound to show some wear and tear, and The Fifth Trip does have a few ho-hummers that would probably have been rejected from the first few volumes, most notably the pedestrian prog Clockwork by Cybernaut and the plodding stoner rock Mammoth and Zebra.
|A4||–Enoch Smoky||It's Cruel||3:37|
|A5||–Backwood Memory||Give Me Time||2:31|
|A6||–Flight||Luvin', Huggin' & More||2:45|
|B1||–Truth And Janey||Midnight Horsemen||3:08|
|B2||–West Minist'r||My Life||3:18|
|B4||–Johnny Barnes||Steel Rail Blues||4:35|
|B5||–Zendik||Is There No Peace||3:07|
- Compiled By – Daniel Hall, Lance Barresi
EZRDR-090 - A
EZRDR-090 - B S-101717
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