Lancelot Link And The Evolution Revolution (1970)

“Is that your superstatic instamatic electric vibrations rolling up and down inside of me?” After the previous post, and on a week that tradition dictates should celebrate me, I want to hear something that makes me hysterically happy. And what could be sweeter than a bubblegum pop record tied into a live action Saturday morning … More Lancelot Link And The Evolution Revolution (1970)

African Head Charge ‎– My Life In A Hole In The Ground (1981)

From the Why Do I Have This? file. When I was first in college I bought the record collection of an older student. It was forty or so LPs, and I don’t even remember what I was after in there—maybe Henry Cow or Art Bears or something. It was also one stop shopping for all … More African Head Charge ‎– My Life In A Hole In The Ground (1981)

Magic Sam Blues Band ‎– West Side Soul (1967)

“All of your love — can it be mine?” This little pastime of mine occasionally challenges me to rethink what I believe to understand—like feeling just in dismissing electric blues out of hand—only to have something like “My Love Will Never Die” come out of nowhere and knock me out of my chair. A mystery man … More Magic Sam Blues Band ‎– West Side Soul (1967)

Claudine Longet – Let’s Spend The Night Together (1972)

“Sleep pretty darling, do not cry / and I will sing a lullaby” Sugary things are generally better in small doses, and for five years, Claudine had been primarily a singles act. Those songs were often collected with other hits of the day on LPs, but Let’s Spend The Night Together seems like her belated … More Claudine Longet – Let’s Spend The Night Together (1972)

45 grab bag

“It’s all about the heat / at the Sexodrome” Falling behind on my posts, so no more waiting around for inspiration to strike, hence grabbing a few 45s at random. I’ve got them stored in three different containers, and with eyes closed I’ve plucked one from each, and happily they’re all pretty different. Zakary Thaks … More 45 grab bag