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Lovin' Fire: 20 Obscure Gems from the UK and Europe [Vinyl]


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Previously issued on CD by Psychic Circle, now issued on deluxe LP format as well; 180 gram pressing. Brand new prog compilation containing rarities, compiled by legendary psych musician and Psychic Circle label-head, Nick Saloman (The Bevis Frond). As the '60s gave way to the '70s, it wasn't just fashion that was in a frenzied state of flux. Music, too, was undergoing a seismic transformation. By late '69, progressive rock was becoming established as the prevailing musical genre, a position it was to occupy until the birth of punk in the next decade. This compilation comprises 20 unknown diamonds, previously un-comped on CD, from prog's early days. Artists include: Silence, Ray Owen's Moon, Ipsissimus, The Warm Sensation, Pacific Sound, Apartment 1, White Mule, Left Side, Mayroc, The Exchange And Mart, The Royal Servants, Custer's Track, Rainbows, The Locomotive, Andromeda, Whichwhat, The Influence, Children, Hunter and Paul Nicholas.

1. Mother's Game
2. Talk to Me
3. Lazy Woman
4. The Clown
5. Thick Fog
6. Fuzz Buzz
7. Looking Through Cat's Eyes
8. Mama, You Said the Right Words
9. Lovin' Fire
10. I Know That I'm Dreaming
11. Work, Pt. 2
12. On the Run
13. New Day Dawning
14. Movin' Down the Line
15. Rainbow Chasing
16. Parting
17. Driving Me Wild
18. Piece of My Heart
19. Some Time for Thinking
20. Lamp Lighter

Product Details

  • Vinyl (September 11, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Psychic Circle
  • ASIN: B000TKODDG
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,438,989 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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A collection of obscure but no less interesting sampling of the changing cultural and musical scenes from 1969 to 1971 as mods, psychs and hippiedom slide both smoothly and tumultuously into prog, rock, punk and skinheads. Samplings range from UK, Europe to possibly an Aussie outfit.

Kudos to the compiler, Nick Saloman, for sifting through the avalanche of offerings during this period and providing a differentiated enough range of musicality while consciously avoiding duplicating what's already available on other compilations. For instance the driving Fuzz Buzz of Apartment 1 contrast well with the mellow grinding sensuality of Looking Through Cat's Eyes by White Mule.
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