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From Blue Cheer guitar psycho, this is something of an unknown "gem", one that Blue Cheer fans or folks of just plain old odd-ball hard rock may enjoy. "Red Weather" was released in 1969 after the rise and fall of Blue Cheer, and it's a GOOD ONE, should you like this kind of thing.......this is a good one, worth a listen anytime for a novice, tracks like "Drifting" and "I Grow Higher" are fine, shall we call them, "post-Blue Cheer" nuggets? Hell I don't know, but they sure as fuck sounded great this afternoon to ME......see what the fuck ya think?

LEIGH STEPHENS-RED WEATHER-01 Another Dose of Life/02 Drifting/03 Indians/04 I Grow Higher/05 Red Weather/06 If You Choose To/07 Joannie Mann/08 Chicken Pot Pie

OK, slackers, I gave ya some "nazi-rock" a couple hours ago, now I give you some lesser-known hippie-metal-slop-psych......I work my balls off to get you guys the best in rock n roll, the least you can do is tell my what ya think bout em.......right? Do it in the memory of Brian, to say the least!

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