• 70's soul music, Blue Oyster Cult articles

    From Jason Gross@21:1/5 to All on Sat Oct 1 11:47:35 2016

    In the latest issue of Perfect Sound Forever online music magazine <http://www.perfectsoundforever.com>, you'll find (among other things):

    Tyrannic rise & mutated fall by Pete Crigler
    "If KISS seemed too scary, Judas Priest were too heavy, Led Zeppelin were too bluesy and Deep Purple too bland, then you always had Blue Oyster Cult. They were one of the most distinct and different bands of the era. Great musicianship, intriguing lyrics
    and a phenomenal stage presence all helped to make them one of the defining bands of the '70's."

    Psych, studio rock & folk obscurities by Mark Tucker
    Reviving and rediscovering Canadian psych prog rockers Brahman, the polished studio rock of Krazy Kat and underground folk-rock legend Bobby Neuwirth.

    Understanding the Quiet Storm by George Light
    "It began in the late 1960's as everything does (or so one Baby Boomer version of history goes). But it’s full and “deathly” flowering didn’t occur until the middle four years of the 1970's (1973-6). Marvin Gaye kicked it off, or more properly, a
    bit of an audio recording of Fred and Madeline Ross did."

    We're always looking for good writers and/or ideas so let us know if you have anything to share.

    See you online,

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