Zephyr's debut record is a nice mix of blues rock and hard rock. Tommy Bolin's guitar work is easily the greatest thing here. His solos are mostly just amazing. Candy Givens is the secondary Janis Joplin. Formed in 1968/69 in Boulder, Colorado by guitarist Tommy Bolin, keyboardist John Faris, bassist David Givens, drummer Robbie Chamberlin and vocalist Candy Givens, this band was totally innovative with roots in jazz, blues and the cosmic and had all the right moves to take them to the top.
The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions 1967–1969 is a boxed set by British blues rock band Fleetwood Mac, released in 1999. It was a 6CD compilation of previously released material, plus outtakes and unreleased tracks from the band's early line-up, coming in a longbox with individually boxed CDs and a booklet of extensive notes and anecdotes, written by producer Mike Vernon. It represents the entire recorded output of Fleetwood Mac whilst they were signed to the Blue Horizon label.
If anyone needs conclusive proof that the brothers Gibb weren't always the chest-medallion-flashing kings of mainstream disco or, since about 1980 on, meaningless AOR washouts, the nearly 40-minute collection of the Bee Gees' earliest hits will suffice in spades..
When a traveling Wild West show comes to town, the natives are frightened by a one-foot-tall horse that is believed to be a bad omen. The superstitious natives try to return the horse to The Valley of Gwangi to avert disaster. Tuck (James Franciscus) and T.J. (Gila Golan) try to help archaeologist Bromley (James Naismith) find the tiny equine in the valley, but they unleash a prehistoric giant monster in the process in this implausible adventure feature.
The original debut album of Santana was recorded from May until August 1969 and released shortly after the Woodstock festival has happened. Santana founded a new style, something very danceable, heavily Latin-Rock influenced yet it just echoed the sounds of the streets. Thanks to this Legacy Edition from Sony fans are treated with the original remastered album (tracks 1 - 9 on the first disc), additional alternative takes, unreleased songs, studio jams and - most important - nearly the complete Woodstock set in superb audio quality. It just misses the song "Evil Ways". This song can be found on the Woodstock edition of this album.
The Beatles loved Grapefruit so much that they signed them to their Apple Music Publishing Company. John Lennon even suggested the band’s name. George Alexander (the brother of George Young of The Easybeats) was the leader, joined by John Perry and brothers Pete and Geoff Swettenham, formerly of Tony Rivers & The Castaways. The fruity ones enjoyed a hit single with ‘Dear Delilah’ in 1968 and released debut album ‘Around Grapefruit’, acclaimed for its orchestral arrangements and vocal harmonies. ‘Deep Water’, Grapefruit’s second album, was released in 1969 and marked a seismic switch towards soul, rock and country influences. We have added six bonus tracks to the original album, including four single versions plus two other recordings.