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The 70's were responsible for birthing not only Heavy Metal, but also a mountain of obscure Heavy Rock classics that all pretty much flew under the radar due to the lack of money to get these bands and records more well known. Bolder Damn from the U.S. is a prime example of how amazing a band can be, but yet virtually still unknown to a lot of people until now. Talk about HEAVY, this band was extremely heavy for the time of their debut release in 1971. They certainly challenged Black Sabbath in terms of heaviness. Their closing song 'Dead Meat' would be considered some of the heaviest/proto-doom riffs to be heard back then. 'Dead Meat' was an epic barnburner for the time. Even to this day that song is it still carries the same impact it did when it was originally released, much like the song 'Black Sabbath'. For people that know more obscure greats like 70's era Pentagram and Sir Lord Baltimore, this album fits right in with those. It's a little more in the psych/fuzz heavy rock genre, but what's not to love there? The album was re-mastered and the booklet contains a history of the band, lyrics, and old photos.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 19, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: February 19, 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Shadow Kingdom Records
  • ASIN: B00AJLHVDO
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,591 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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A very rare sole album by powerful and talented hard rock outfit from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, which was around since 1968/1969. Some music guides and multiple reviews on the Net compare the music with Black Sabbath - it could be only if one didn't listen to the album, didn't hear Osbourne & Co. (unheard of before, but happens often nowadays),or rolled one with heavy staff from Kandahar instead of usual mild grass of Acapulco. Bolder Dawn found its inspirations on American soil in the same sources as Grand Funk, Creedence Clearwater Revival and, to a smaller grade, Blue Cheer. Their music has no repetitive and menacing harmonies of Sabbath - it has hope (although they are quite able to belt some fearsome tracks). Bolder belongs to a lesser brethren of American hard-rock (see the list below, which I advise to check) who didn't make it, but they were good. Most references would mention also impressive live shows predating shock cabaret of Alice Cooper - again, when Screaming Jay Hawkins was around, one didn't need any European influence (and, by the way, Finchley Boys - Everlasting Tributes were also known for using theatricals).
The musicians were: John Anderson (vocals, rhythm guitar), Glenn Eaton (guitar), Robert Eaton (drums), Ron Reffett (bass). Early line-up (before 1971) also included Marc Gaspard on keyboards and Dean Noel on bass.
Bolder Damn very fast built itself into a very tight and self-confident act on stage, which used to open for national headliners touring in Florida.
In 1972 the band recorded this awesome album in Hyperbolic Studios of their hometown ; the session lasted for 4 hours only, and no tricks of the trade were used - it is almost live recording.
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