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Friday, September 9, 2011

Chariot - Chariot (1968 us, great hard blues rock)

Hard rocking US power trio spun off from '66-'68 Los Angeles Knack. Dates of release are usually given as 1968, but it is believed to have been as late as 1971 Straight forward, hard rock with soulful raspy vocals, tight playing, tight songs Hard rocking, not really psychy.

A mainstream play at a radio friendly Grand Funk/ James Gang sound Guitar playing is tasteful, and in service to the song, therefore, no long crazed solos Overall, a solid and enjoyable late 60's/early 70's hard rock album.
by zphage

1. Yolanda Jones - 3:32
2. You Let Me Love You - 3:50
3. Gamblin' Man - 7:09
4. The War Is Over - 2:59
5. Home Wreckin' Mama - 1:55
6. Hey People - 3:25
7. Variety Woman - 3:09
8. Got To Be A Lover - 3:08
9. Poor Man Blues - 6:47
All Selections Written by Michael Kaplan

*Michael Kaplan - Vocals, Guitar
*Pug Baker - Drums
*Larry Gould - Vocals, Bass

Flac + Cue + Log + Single File + Artwork - 225mb
Pass: xara
(Thanx to original uploader)


juan manuel muñoz said...

many thanks marios.


mscmichael said...

Good one ! Thanks a lot...

Remy said...

Thanks Marios! That's weird about the uncertainty regarding the year of release. For whatever it's worth, if that is the original cover art it looks a lot more like 1971 than 1968 to me.
Not really important anyway. Great music!

space88 said...

Fine Release!Good Album!THANKS

guinea pig said...

Good sound!
Fresh wave at hot cubes!

Anonymous said...

oldfuzzface says"sounds good..I think I'll try it!..thanks for sharing Marios