Tag Archives: Psychedelic Rock

Automatism ~ Immersion

This release was pretty good. If you’re a fan of psychedelic jam rock, you will more than likely find this appealing. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but, I kind of enjoyed it. There is no singing on this album, … Continue reading

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Nektar ~ The Other Side

I’ve got to tell you, this is an entirely different sound for Nektar. Usually you get those long epic psychedelic songs. This album is more structured & a bit more pop. Everything flows where it is suppose to be. I … Continue reading

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Krief ~ Chemical Trance

  This album went into different directions for me. This starts off with a psychedelic 1960’s Pink Floyd sound, then as the album continues, it goes off into a John Lennon sound. At first I wasn’t quite there with it, … Continue reading

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River Cult ~ Chilling Effect

  Another band with that live garage band sound, that has that vintage classic sound. The distortion is turned up high, the drums are right in your face & the bass is doing what bass is supposed to be doing…keeping … Continue reading

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Lonely Robot ~ Feelings Are Good

  John Mitchell, whose name you may associate with Frost*, Kino, It Bites, & Arena, is a very talented multi-instrumentalist. On this album, you can hear this. His vocals remind me of another vocalist named Mark Truack of Unitopia. This … Continue reading

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Jorn ~ Heavy Rock Radio 2 – Executing The Classics

  Jorn, being a great progressive rock band, is now doing covers on this album, some of which, are not progressive songs. Most of the songs, you will know. Some are not as well known. This album has it’s own … Continue reading

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Shaman Elephant ~ Wide Awake But Still Asleep

  Another album in the hard rock follows my last review. This is not thrash metal, it is more melodic in nature, but, the musicians all stand out on the album. The drummer really stands out even more than the … Continue reading

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Alan Davey ~4 Track Mind Boxset

  Hawkwind fans unite, as bassist Alan Davey brings you a slew of demos & stuff that really feels like Hawkwind, but, sometimes a bit cleaner. I liked the cleaner parts that I had heard. I liked them sometimes better … Continue reading

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The BEST of 2019

  OK. Hopefully, I’ll get them all, but, I’m sure that I’ll miss a few. Here is my list, in no particular order. The Who – The Who, – The first NEW Who album in over a decade. It’s not … Continue reading

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King Crimson ~ In The Court Of The Crimson King 50th Anniversary Edition

  OK, this is the end of my 2019 submissions, and, what better way to go out than by bringing back this great album by King Crimson. In my opinion, their best. Featuring vocals by Greg Lake. This is a … Continue reading

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