Regarded as a seminal release in the shred and neoclassical metal genre, Rising Force is the first studio album by guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen. The first edition of this record is now available as a numbered and gold edition!
A little gem in the blues-rock genre is the debut album by the Anglo-American band Juicy Lucy. The self-titled album immediately notched a hit with their cover version of "Who Do You Love?", which is fast, mean and powered by a vicious guitar.
We Had To Let You Have It is the album by Britain's first all-black rock band Noir. The sound of this mysterious band is a melt of soul, R&B, rock, blues rock formula, with minor incursions into jazz and hints of proto-prog. A couple of tracks of this record are also featured in the new TV Series Guerrilla.
If you like the surf and hot rod tunes of the early 1960s, you'll love the upbeat songs from the studio debut album Drop Out with The Barracudas by the rock band The Barracudas.
And the last release of this week is one of the unimpeachable gems of the late-'60s English folk scene,Anthems in Eden by Shirley and Dolly Collins.Recorded with an ensemble of early musical instruments, it was a completely unique approach to recording Englisch Folk music and was to be influential on bands such as Fairport Convention and Steeleye Span in the way that they addressed the traditional Folk repertoire.
Have a nice weekend,
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Juicy Lucy formed after the demise of The Misunderstood. Steel guitarist Glenn Ross Campbell, and Blackburn saxophonist Chris Mercer recruited guitarist Neil Hubbard, bassist Keith Ellis, and drummer Pete Dobson to complete the band. Their eponymous debut album was originally released in 1969, and is a heavy form of blues-rock, often played at break-neck speed. The album's cover features Burlesque dancer named Zelda Plum. The band immediately notched a UK Top 20 hit with a cover version of Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love?".