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(Quote)If you've never seen it the handwritten and drawn psych rock / comics fanzine (more like a thick illustrated book) of the same name is a thing of wonder.(Quote)Glad you enjoyed your rail trip around Scotland. Hope the strikes didn't affect you. No rail on Orkney of course but I'm getting quite mystical about clear skies and lovely cloud patterns! Makes a change from South London f…(Quote)And thanks to you for the reminder. Don't think I'd heard their first before and it's a long time since I heard their second and some would say better album The World of Genius Hans (with the smoking cow on the cover). Also…in Favourite Rock Albums from the late 60s and early 70s Comment by djh June 19Parking this here as I didn't want to start another thread.Just t…(Quote)
One of those great lost bands that I'd not have heard of if not for (I think) Audion. The opening track is quite frantic, I thought it was pitched up at first.
in Favourite Rock Albums from the late 60s and early 70s Comment by djh June 17(Quote)
That's a great song, not sure I've heard it before. I know the name, sort of, via Wigwam.
in Favourite Rock Albums from the late 60s and early 70s Comment by djh June 17@Germanprof Good to read a positive update, hope you mske it back safely. Funnily enough the only time I've had to buy a flight at short notice was also The Netherlands. …(Quote)
Knowing St Pancras as I do I can well understand that. I wonder how many new cases resulted from that "crush"? Get well soon and I hope you get your flights sorted.
And there I was jealous of your trip. Get well soon.I keep coming back to this YouTube find(Quote)
It's a couple of years since I did that, just before they started the through service. Colour me jealous!
Easing my way into the day.(Quote)
Many thanks for the heads up on this one. Mosaic OOP sets are fiercely expensive. Also I don't usually get much joy from the Internet Archive in regards to complete albums. A great find and I see the companion live set should be…RIP Cathal Coughlan at just 61