Bosstown Sound

We're all familiar with the West Coast Psychedelic scene let by the Dead.
ULTIMATE SPINACH is one good competitor, from the East Coast, leader of the Bosstown Sound first initiated by Alan Lorber.

This "Behold and see" is their second album, not so different from their first one, with long instrumental parts and acid guitar solos that pave the way to psychedelic rushes.

Here we get some real great moments and some far out lyrics one would easily laugh at.

Here are 'Mind Flowers' and 'Fragmentary March of Green'.
To completely connect with the music, pot smoking is advised.


Ear candy anyone?

Freshly departed from BLUE CHEER, Leigh Stephens teams up with Mick Waller (from the Jeff Beck Group) to release their only effort in 1970.

This is not essential to any collection, but to BLUE CHEER fans (I'm one!) and other 70s Rock completists.

Some interesting Heavy Rock tracks, some fillers / Pop (?) tunes, some originals, some covers.

I give you the 2 main rockers : 'Naughty Lady' and 'Cocklewood Monster'


From Cincinnati, Ohio

WHALEFEATHERS have that special blend of Rock you can't get enough of.
They have the sound, the groove, the skills and everything in between.

Their second opus is clearly a record you'll have to own, once you'll have clicked on 'World of Pain' or 'Shadows', the opener and the closer.

They mix their Blues roots with a San Francisco Psych vibe, waving heavy organ parts and acid guitar solos.
They manage to confront all of their influences in one mere track, before moving to something different on the next cut.

Sorry about the sound quality. I bought my original French copy for 20€, still enjoyable, but not in the greatest shape.
US originals can rise up to $300 and french ones, to $100.