sábado, 25 de novembro de 2017

DO WHAT THOU WILT: The Satanic Rites Of British Rock 1970-1974


COLETÂNEA COM BANDAS RARÍSSIMAS!! LANÇAMENTO SÓ EM VINIL!!
SOMENTE 205 CÓPIAS FORAM ORIGINALMENTE LANÇADAS E COM AS CAPAS NUMERADAS E PINTADAS A MÃO!! SÃO OBSCURIDADES DOS ANOS 70 DESENTERRADAS DAS PROFUNDEZAS, COM ALGUMAS GRAVAÇÕES SOANDO UM POUCO PRIMITIVAS NUMA SONORIDADE HEAVY PROTO ROCK!! ABAIXO INFORMAÇÕES SOBRE AS FAIXAS E BANDAS QUE APARECEM NO LP!!

COLLECTING WITH RARE BANDS! RELEASE ONLY IN VINYL !!
ONLY 205 COPIES WERE ORIGINALLY DISTRIBUTED AND WITH NUMBERED AND HAND PAINTED COATS !! THEY'RE WAVES OF THE 70 's WITHOUT DEEPLY, WITH SOME PRIMITIVE RECORDS IN HEAVY PROTO ROCK SOUNDS! BELOW INFORMATION ABOUT THE TRACKS AND BANDS THAT APPEAR IN THE LP !!

"stylish cdr version of instantly sold out 200 copies only bootleg album. 'do what thou wilt - the satanic rites of british rock delivered from acetates and rare pressings 1970 - 1974' features 14 tracks from unknowns such as camelot, pony, shado, heatwave, sioux, yellow, wooden lion and more. the recordings are often very primitive as apart from 2 or 3 tracks which were released on private pressings, all the remainder did not get further than acetate stage, making this album the only way to hear these tracks"

GRIND - Rip Off [UK 1973]
https://youtu.be/mtmND8vzvMo
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CAMELOT: Nothing has been left to devour over in a literary sense with CAMELOT, but their single-sided emidisc acetate offering should suffice to satisfy's anyone's hunger for primitive heavy rock!!

PONY: "I'm a mover" maybe more familiar to die-hard fans of blues rockers FREE, but here's a more raucous and battered version from PONY's surviving acetate recorded circa 1970. Backed with "Better by you, better than me" as more famously recorded by Spooky Tooth.

SHADO: Another incredible bunch of unknowns who were fortunate enough to be handled by local promoter, John Hessenthaler who is still in the business over 35 years later!! "Evil city" is the A-side of their 1974 single for Montrose records.

HEATWAVE: Led by guitarist Mervyn Selby Read in the early 70s, this Welsh band were making plenty of carnivorous noises in the valleys with their single for Harp records ("One-eyed man" c/w "9-9-9")

GRIND: One of the clearest and BEST examples of British proto punk along with Crushed Butler, 3rd World War, Hawkind and Mick Farren's Deviants who all formed a fairly decent chunk of anarchic rock on the British heavy rock underground circa 1969-1974. Muir, Barber and Hastings laid down these two shit-faced punkers on 31st October, 1973. Unfortunatly, it's only been possible to locate one of their two acetates which leaves another 2 tracks missing, WHAT A FUCKING BAND!!!!!!

SIOUX: Messrs. Holcombe, Natori and pattenden arrived in 1973 with an EP pressed up by SRT. Hipping yarns ensued with the recording of "Prosmoe", "Warlove", "You're all I need" and "Happiness in the sky". Christ knows what happened to SIOUX, but let's hope they carried on rocking!!

SARDONICUS: A bunch of anonymous punk unknowns whose collective venom spews out and throws up two disturbed rockers. "Evaporate Brain" and "Nymph" were recorded at County Recording Services in Bracknell, Berkshire in 1973.

YELLOW: The only band on this compilation that had any real luck as they had a single out on CBS in the late 60s and went on to enjoy other releases. YELLOW regrouped after two splits and laid down some demos at Impulse studios inNewcastle and then at Multicord studios in Sunderland from where this demonic and twisted beast arose in 1971. A quickly formed Abreaction record label released "The Hobo song" alongside "Daylight Child" by LUCAS TYSON who went on to become CIRKUS. Also included on the EP were BRASS ALLEY and TRIOLOGY.

TONGE: A Brighton band featuring Alan Grinyer (vocals), Dave Barnard (bass), Eric Wright (guitar) and Nick Oldfield (drums). TONGUE recorded a session for their local radio station circa 1972. 2 tracks were loaded onto acetate "Old father time" and "Looking at the world".This song later became "When they take me away" on a Depression demo.

WOODEN LION: There were 2 bands calling themselves WOODEN LION in Britain in the early 70s. This WOODEN LION are an unidentified bunch of long hairs who recorded "Tales of evening" and "Rise of the moon" and walked away with a crumbling acetate.

BARE SOUL: BARE SOUL came from East Yorkshire circa '69 and recorded several tracks in a studio based in Hull which had recorded future stars like Mick Ronson and Def Leppard !! Flash reveals BARE SOUL's envious appetite for pure destruction perfectly!!

UNICORN: Another "never heard of 'em" act who were assembled for a short time in 1970, but managed to record "Another world" and "Going home" in Hollick and Taylor studios, Perry Barr, Birmingham, They probably carried on but under a different name when they realised that there was another act called UNICORN who were already signed and making records with the Big T label at the same time.

LUCIFER: "Fuck you" sums up this entire project suitably. LUCIFER was Peter Walker of late 60s psychedelic set THE PURPLE GANG. Having retired himself from this band as the lead singer and kazoo player in 1969, Walker turned to his old affair with witchcraft and joined a coven. Obviously the big wig labels wouldn't touch this shit with a lengthy bargepole so he decided to go it on his own. "Fuck you" was his first ventured and advertised it in underground mag OZ for 50p as "A love song - FUCKROCK" the lucky bleeders were also entitled to a Fuck You poster too (plus P+P)!!
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