|Album:||A Visit To The Space Ship Factory||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Various Artists||Added:||Aug 2007|
|Add Date:||2007-08-19||Pull Date:||2007-10-21|
|Week Ending:||Sep 16||Sep 9||Sep 2||Aug 26|
|1.||Feb 13, 2021:||Mix Tape: For a Few Quatloos More
That Don't Help Me None
|4.||Dec 18, 2017:||Everything A to Z week 114
|2.||Oct 28, 2019:||Everything
People Come, People Go
|5.||May 21, 2008:||nag champa orangeasm
So Come On
|3.||Jan 29, 2018:||Everything A to Z Week 119
Why Not Tonight
|6.||Sep 12, 2007:||Baptism of Solitude
So Come On
(((1))) Swingin’, funky beat, garage-y guitars and histronic chorus. Dated but pretty swell.
(((2))) Excellent drumming and bass but the Guess Who-ish vocals don’t really work.
(((3))) Typical, early 70’s wailing guitar rock centered around the sing-songy chorus.
(((((4))))) Groovy, sorta-prog with a big guitar and organ sound. Some really cool drumming and vocal harmonies. Sorta like a less heavy Deep Purple.
(((((((5))))))) KILLER proto-metal from Israel (& the UK), totally over the top (for ’72 anyway). Loud & raunchy vocals and twin guitar harmonies! The riff is very close to early Rush and the vocals are reminiscent of Nazereth.
((((6)))) Low-end based Deep Purple/Led Zep-ish- rawk. Some really nice guitar work.
(((7))) Solid guitar playing but really weird, overcompensating “mystical dude” vocals.
((((8)))) Fuzzy, rudimentary, garage rawk/proto punk playing through Blue Cheer’s amps.
((((9)))) Weird, psych/hard rock, trippy organ-laden with dramatic Arthur Brown-like vocals.
((((10)))) Speaking of Mr. Brown, here he is with a space rock/psych with funky bass number. It oddly sounds like early Roxy Music.
(((11))) Vocal-centric with occasional moves to hard rock guitar/organ jams.
((12)) Nice guitars and organ but the overly-emoting vocals really kill it. (That and the dude reminds me of Lou Gramm of Foreigner).
(((13))) Silly vocals and a riff right out of James Gang’s “Funk #49”. Pretty amusing.
(((14))) Funky, loose 70’s rock with some pretty powerful Roger Daltry-like vocals.
((((15)))) The same “Rock Bottom”, “Doctor Doctor” UFO. This is pre- Michael Schenker. Solid, reverby, bassy, rambiling hard psych rock.
((16)) Beatles-ish vocals with fast strummy guitars. Some points for a few guitar wails but nothing else too interesting.
(((17))) Low-end hard-ish, swaggerin’ rock. Flat vocals but good interplay and solid groove towards the middle.
(((18))) Silly, vocal-based, bouncy pop with occasionally fuzzed out guitars, killer drum breaks and cowbell, yes–cowbell.
((19)) Twangy, Southern/Boogie Rock sounding thing. Discount Skynrd.
((20)) Low recorded, piano based swingin’ 70’s rock with more histronic vocals.
|1.||Treetops||Why Not Tonight|
|3.||Deadwood||That Don't Help Me None|
|4.||Fuzzy Duck||Just Look Around You|
|5.||Jericho||So Come On|
|7.||Mouse||It's Happening To Me And You|
|8.||Helter Skelter||I Need You|
|10.||Kindom Come||Spirit Of Joy|
|11.||Little Big Horn||Just A Game|
|12.||Strange Fox||Bring It On Home|
|18.||Axe||People Come, People Go|
|19.||Sunchariot||Do You Wanna Know|
|20.||Kansas Hook||Nervous Shakin'|