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BLUE CHEER<<<<very much of the (latterday) Blue Cheer'It hovers between Hard rock &--Country-ish folk rock.a AMAZING<<<"lost" CLASSIC. Read morePublished 4 months ago by babytrina
a cup of strong LEMONADE and would like 1968 San Francisco progressive music radio you'll probably enjoy this CD a lot, especially the 9 tracks that comprised the bands eponymous... Read morePublished on May 20, 2013 by Ernest
bought this LP in i think 1970, still have it ! and now this CD-issue !
Good job to bring this out, it's an example of good WestCoastPsychRock, wonderful songs which rock you,... Read more
This is one of the pioneer albums wandering into the psychedelic music of the times. It was a bit folksy at times, but that was a bit of the Dylan influence in the mid 60'. Read morePublished on October 13, 2012 by Todd1658
Now I know why it was so hard to find this album. Lemonade Kid is the only decent tune. Great service.Published on June 15, 2012 by Jason A. Schlueter
Kak is straight forward rock from the late 1960s. It has a unmissable garage twinge.
But the playing and the arrangements here are more fleshed out than on your average... Read more
I got my KAK album years ago. To bad the group only put out one album.
What a plesent surprise to find a CD with un-issued cuts. Read more
this is a very enjoyable cd. it's style is from psychedelic rock to acoustic folk. if you like the san francisco sound of the 60s/70s, this will fit in with your collection. Read morePublished on January 9, 2007 by Joseph L. Kolb