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Chevelle
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Chevelle

Protected Witness, from Southern California

Chevelle was last seen:
Feb 25, 2013
    1. architect
      architect
      I have Electric Savage on vinyl too. It's good, something I need to listen to more though. I'll have to check out Scope, never heard of them.
    2. architect
      architect
      Yeah I picked up Marscape on vinyl a few months ago too. Stellar album! Especially the first side. I think it was recorded in early '76, so essentially it's the 1st Brand X album.
    3. architect
      architect
      That's funny. I like Sea Son better than Straight to the Krankenhaus. The two songs That stand out on that album for me are Alfred and My Second Hand Rose. I picked up Sea Son on vinyl for $10 at a record show last month.

      Brand X Made me see Phil Collins in a different light, more as a drummer/musician rather than a singer, even though he does have an instantly recognizable voice. Not sure what Brand X albums you have but my top 3 are Masques, Morrocan Roll and Livestock.
    4. architect
      architect
      Yeah I've listened to Isotope. Also a band called Secret Oyster is awesome too. They're a prog/jazz band from Denmark I think. Great stuff. I like Jean Luc Ponty as well, but my favorite fusion band has to be Brand X.

      I've tried to listen to Allan Holdsworth but I just can't get into it.
    5. architect
      architect
      I was looking at your jazz/rock fusion photos and i love a lot of the albums there too! I only got into fusion about a year ago so I'm soaking up all I can. I hadn't heard of some of those bands but I listened to them on Spotify. Nova and Flying Island stand out. And the Larry Coryell/Alphonse Mouzon record. Great stuff!
    6. Nololob
      Nololob
      Ah yeah, I love Omega. I'm seeing them in London next month.
      I only have one release both on CD and LP (I'm getting soon on mail). It's my favourite album, Omega 5 (later released as Szvit, some of the tracks were included on 200 Years After The Last War and Omega III). Personally I don't care about the Hungarian language, I love the music they play. If you ever get a chance, check out 'The Hall Of Floaters In The Sky' and 'Time Robber'. Both magnificent albums. :)
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