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Like it or not kiddies, I am stuck currently in a groove of early 1970's-hard-psych-morphing-into metal, to me , an underappreaciaeted "scene", if it even was a "scene" (getting cautht between so many "legit" secenes).......but Arzachel belongs with the recent postings of Dark, BF Trike, and also maybe some others that I may get to yet such as Stray Dog.......these were IMPORTANT bands in gettting us from "there" to "here", and should be appreciated as such.

Arzachel were Guitarist/vocalist Steve Hillage, Organist Dave Sewart, drummer Clive Brooks, and Bassist Mony Campbell....they cranked out but thisone fine album of hard prog-psych, what fits the era's prog-rock sounds, thing Egg or Caravan for example (and yes I have pently of both, should you be enticed....this was a metammorphasis point for the hard rock we love, several styles/types blending together to become........well, I don't know, really, but it WAS an important and overlooked step in the evolution of the rock n roll that the REST OF US listen to.......in other words, and trying to be , this did NOT melph into Nickleback or something.........check this out and see what you think, the heavy psych of the early 1970's has been seriously overlooked/underappreciated, and should not have been........WELCOME TO THE WEEKEND, A LONG ONE YET!

ARZACHEL-01 Garden of Earthly Delights/02 Azathoth/03 Queen St. Gang/04 Leg/05 Clean Innocnet Fun/06 Metempsychosis

Althougyou may not be familiar with it, it is quite a good album, you will be suprised and I suspect will enjoy it a good deal.....if not? Well, that is why Baskin-Robbins has 31 Flavors, ain't it?



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