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acid rock and moral degeneracy, 1967-now

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May 21st, 2008

A trip to Hungary

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Omega, 1969

Tízezer Lépés:

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January 24th, 2008

Iran

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Kourosh Yaghmaei

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Niayesh, live on the television program Rangarang (excerpt):


Niayesh, full studio recording with images that probably make more sense if you understand the lyrics:

Vietnam

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The CBC Band, live at the Sherwood Forest night club in Saigon, 1973. Sound drops off very briefly at the beginning of the clip but resumes.


And an interview with a fan:

December 23rd, 2007

December 21st, 2007

Earth and Fire, 1972

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December 20th, 2007

Jugoslavija!

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Bijelo Dugme, "Da Sam Pekar"



"Šta bi dao da si na mom mjestu"

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Kraftwerk performing their "hit" Ruckzuck. Note the melodic ideas that recur in Autobahn. Early Kraftwerk is a rough go for me for the most part, as they can be quite insular and trying too hard to be avant-garde. This, however, is interesting because they give you something to hang on to musically here, probably due to nutjob drummer Klaus Dinger, who formed Neu with Michael Rother shortly after this. Ruckzuck is a hold-over song from Ralf Hutter and Florian Schneider's earlier band, Organisation:



Your patience may expire on the Organisation clip, probably due to the anonymous percussionist who appears to be tripping hard, and plays like it too. What a goober.
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German band. Inga Rumpf was the vocalist. She was thrown out of a folk group because her voice was too loud and rough, just in time to form a rock band. Love her voice, Steve Winwood and Genya Ravan combined. They were pretty big in Germany. They later evolved into Atlantis, a group that IMHO is not as good as Frumpy. Inga is still around today in good voice, mostly doing gospel now.

December 17th, 2007

The Hutzuls

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I know nothing about this band except what it says in the captions; The Hutzuls were a Ukrainian underground rock group the members of which are all dead now, and these were recorded in 1975. The third clip is a Ukrainian-language Black Sabbath medley!
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