22 de marzo de 2007

Euclid - Heavy Equipment 1970 (Hard rock psych)


Un disco clásico del hard rock sicodelico, fue grabado originalmente por la etiqueta Flying Dutchman en 1970. Con unos músicos excelentes y muy experimentales, tiene el elemento crudo y feroz del garage de la alta energía mezclado con una convicción psychedelic. Éstos con sus características que combinaron con su nueva disciplina del rock heavy/hard, dio lugar a uno de los mejores álbums pesados tempranos del rock registrados en los Estados Unidos

Euclid - Heavy Equipment 1970

1 comentario:

The Jorgy dijo...

Let me put this way: Heavy Equipment is an unfocused effort. It has hard rock attitude, garage feelings and beat pop-ups, which is good. But all was distributed in improper compositions, for me of course, and that's bad. The album also has the worst "Gimme Some Lovin" and "It's All Over Now" covers I've ever heard. No matter how hard these guys playing, they always sound poppier than it could be.

Nevertheless, "97 Days" is the only good hard rocking song they got in this album. So, guys, what were you trying to spread, then?