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Old 11-06-2019, 05:07 PM   #221 (permalink)
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The band Dogfeet seems pretty obscure and doesn't turn up in the places where I usually search (incl. MB itself). But this album has some solid guitar jamming; it's worth tolerating the introductory drum solo to get to the rest of the album imo. Also, as is usual with my opinion, the guitars are good, the vocals, meh :-

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La Théorie Des Cordes - Singes Electriques

Instrumental jazzy Prog or proggy Fusion or whatever.
Great stuff.

https://open.spotify.com/album/7FvL4aJdNFs9zybPjFrNi3
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^ That's a nice piece of prog, Booman, so clearly of its time, when bands were exploring beyond pop and rock.

After some humming and hawing, I decided this might be the place to put "Dark Sunrise", which has lots of elec guitar. On the strength of this track I'm gonna check out what else I can find by Rikki Ililonga and his band, Musi-O-Tunya:

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The band Dogfeet seems pretty obscure and doesn't turn up in the places where I usually search (incl. MB itself). But this album has some solid guitar jamming; it's worth tolerating the introductory drum solo to get to the rest of the album imo. Also, as is usual with my opinion, the guitars are good, the vocals, meh :-

this is an amazing album
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Holy ****, how ****ing good is Frumpy!?
I always thought they were some lame-ass second tier Krautrock band.
They decidedly aren't.
This isn't Krautrock at all, they probably get lumped in there due to being German. This is some badass proggy heavy psych. Killer vocals (probably the best 70s female rock vocals I've ever heard), awesome organ and guitar, just overall rocking and beautiful stuff.
I could see Lisna and Plank digging this.



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