Stu Nunnery “Isle of Debris” from Stu Nunnary (Crest Records 1973)Buy it!
The Bubble Puppy “Beginning” from a gathering of promises (fuel 1969)Buy it!
Crosby and Nash “Traction in the Rain” from BBC In Concert 1970 (self-released 1970) —Possibly their first live recorded gig.Buy it!
Afrocelt Sound System “Life Begins Again” from Afrocelt Sound System (Realworld 1999) —You should be able to recognize the guest vocalist!Buy it!
Gene Edelin Band (now the Nightowls, Gene rip) “Thunderbird” from Live at Fat Cats 1980 (Self Produced 1980) LBuy it!
The Night Owls “I've Tried” from A Sacred Christmas with the Nightowls (Artist produced 2012) L —Steve Miro and Muddy Smith of St. Louis!Buy it!
Grannie “Tomorrow Today” from Grannie (Hugo Montes Production 1971) —This is the self-titled LP by East London band Grannie was recorded at a demo studio in late 1971 and then issued on vinyl in a total pressing of just 99 copies.Buy it!
Batdorf and Rodney “Let Me Go” from Off the Shelf (Atlantic 1972) —www.batdorf.com He's coming back to the Focal Point in March!Buy it!
The Byrds “It Happens Each Day” from Younger Than Yesterday (COLUMBIA/LEGACY 1967)Buy it!
Alice Cooper “Living” from Pretties for You (Enigma 1969) —very early sounds before he had hits!Buy it!
Winwood and Clapton “Can't Find My Way Home” from Live at Madison Square Garden 2008 (Warner Bros. 2008) —Would have been great to hear and see live!Buy it!
The Jeff Beck Group “Morning Dew” from Truth (EMI 1968) —with the early vocals of a young pre-famous Rod StewartBuy it!
Blodwyn Pig “See My Way” from Getting to This (BGO 1970) —with the original guitar player from Jethro Tull. He quit Tull in 68'.Buy it!
Alan Parsons “I Robot” (Arista 1977) —One of the best producers out there back then.Buy it!
Akpitae “To Oayma” from Akpitae (Polygram 1973) —Geez, I think they are a Greek prog band, I can barely translate the spelling.Buy it!
The Beatles “Norweigan Wood” from Rubber Soul (Capitol Records 1965) —As good as it gets!Buy it!
Joe Byrd and the Field Hippies “You Can't Ever Come Down” from The American Metaphysical Circus (Columbia 1969) —This one was recorded after his departure from the band The United States of America, and featured some of the earliest recorded work in rock music utilizing extensive use of synthesizers and vocoder, along with an extended group of West Coast studio musiBuy it!
The Allman Brothers Band “Ain't Wastin Time No More” from Eat a Peach (Capricorn 1972) —Another great live album.Buy it!
Fuzzy Duck “Time Will Be Your Doctor” from Fuzzy Duck (Papillon 1971) —British Prog Rock featuring Mick Hawksworth of Five Day Week Straw People and Andromeda, as well as Crazy World of Arthur Brown keyboardist Roy Sharland and drummer Paul Francis of Tucky BuzzardBuy it!
BTO “Hold Back The Water” from Trial by Fire (CMC 2000) —A great reunion from Fred Turner and Robbie Bachman, not Randy Bachman this time.Buy it!
Charlee “Wizard” from Charlee (Mind Dust 1972) —Canadian hard rock band, no relation to the band Charlie!Buy it!
Commander Cody And His Hot Lost Planet Airmen “Smoke Smoke Smoke” from Country Casanova (Paramount Records 1973) —Love it!Buy it!
Deep Purple “Listen, Learn, Read On” from The Book of Talisyn (spitfire 1968) —The MK1 version of the band!Buy it!
THE FAMILY “Winter” from Music In A Dolls House (Puka Music 1968) —An amazing sound for 1968! Great UK bandBuy it!
Bob Dylan “One More Cup of Coffee for the Road” from Live 1975 (Columbia 1975) —The legend once again!Buy it!
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