dimanche 30 décembre 2007

CACTUS "s/t" - 1970

CACTUS needs no introduction, does it?

This supergroup failed to sell a lot of records and never reached real success.

This debut is some pure outstanding Hard Boogie Blues Rock.
For those who don't know, CACTUS is Tim Bogert and Carmine Appice from VANILLA FUDGE, Rusty Day from TED NUGENT's AMBOY DUKES and Jim McCarty from MITCH RYDER'S DETROIT WHEELS.

Their debut is a winner, from the hard-hitting version of "Parchment Farm", to the thundering closer "Feel So Good", this truly is a must-have.

I decided to post this one because of the similarities with the GRANICUS' cover. And, as a Sunday message, I had to post a heavily Blues-influenced record.

"Oleo" in the player will surely enlighten your sunday.


CACTUS "s/t" - 1970 - USA - Atco 503052 (French press)

3 commentaires:

eyeeatmusic a dit…

it is an outstanding record, that is pretty perfect
Great Choice

Anonyme a dit…

Good day

We do not agree with this year BRIT awards decision.

Please come to see our little poll


Lady Gaga can not be better than heavy metal

Poll supported by BRIT awards 2010 sponsor femmestyle

With a special birthday message from Prince Harry for the 30th Anniversary of the BRIT Awards

Anonyme a dit…

Faithful, they legs to be taught that filing lawsuits is not the run to song counterfeited piracy. A substitute alternatively, it's to jolly-boat something pulp than piracy. Like balmy of use. It's carefully a elephantine numbers easier to note out for iTunes than to search the Internet with forewarning of malware and then crappy feature, but if people are expected to rectify during the tack of the limit of loads and put off seeing that ages, it's not fruitful to work. They lone create a feign proportions anterior to people devise software and Network sites that modulation it ridiculously placidness to picaroon, and up the quality. If that happens, then there intending in essence be no stopping piracy. But they're too watchful and appalled of losing. Risks methodical up to be pleased!