Thursday, July 22, 2010

LAGGER BLUES MACHINE-TANIT LIVE, LP, 1992 (RECORDED: 1970), BELGIUM




Meaty hard rockin' psych/prog thunder recorded live and with a sound that bears scant resemblance to the band they'd later morph into two years later with the release of their very studio crafted debut Tanit, which this shares no overlap with despite the title's inference. Heavy was clearly the guiding principle with this crew circa 1970, with Cream and Black Sabbath being obvious antecedents, though with a proto-prog dimension extending their attack in a way that reminds of folks like May Blitz, Clear Blue Sky and, latterly, the modern psych moves of Tangle Edge.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey quite strange Jean luc Duponchel used to be my boss a few years ago , not that much a good experience...

Neil said...

I love these guys... I always thought they sounded like a Supersister gone heavy. They also reminded me of some of Gnidrolog's instrumental moves. Great stuff!

Anonymous said...

just discovered, real music