четверг, 18 октября 2007 г.

RUGBYS - HOT CARGO – 1969 (US) hard rock

The sole obscure album from this Louisville, KY, hard rock group was recorded between 1966 and 1969 and was originally released on the Amazon label. The group's sound touched on hard rhythm & blues, garage, and beat, with striking similarities to West Coast fuzz legends Blue Cheer, who were creating distortion-heavy rock during the same era. Similarly, Rugbys mix heavy, fuzzed rhythms with psychedelic pop to excellent effect -- a highly recommended obscurity from the '60s rock underground in the vein of garage kings the Litter, Sonics, and Blue Cheer.

MIKE HORNEI bs
ED VERNON keyb'ds
STEVE MCNICOL ld gtr
GLEN HOWERTON drms
1 You, I
2 Juditha Gina
3 Song to Fellow Man
4 King and Queen of the World
5 Light
6 Rockin' All over Again
7 Lines of Thought
8 For Love Gone
9 Wendegahl (The Warlock)

Highly recommended!
Rip from CD 256@ (full artwork included)
Download link
http://link-protector.com/287192/

3 комментария:

bill комментирует...

Yes, highly recommended!! A great album. Superb cover and fantastic music. Many thanks.

gongogong комментирует...

Thanks. I felt like listening to this disc. Greetings.

Анонимный комментирует...

Excellent late 60s rock. It's closer to garage rock then hard rock in my opinion.