Another Saturday morning Cinema memory, kids firing green spit from the balcony, Flash Gordon and the Claymen and a WWI veteran trying to calm 200 wild and deprived kids!
1910 Fruitgum Co... and this one-
Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart - Alice Long... You're still...
Welsh rock trio LOVE SCULPTURE featuring Dave Edmunds was active between 1966-1970 with the band releasing two studio albums the first of which was a 'blues' orientated album in keeping with the blues bands of the day such a John Mayall, Savoy Brown and Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac but the second album was more of a 'rock' orientated album and featured the now famous high-speed instrumental track called Sabre Dance which the band played at 100 mph from start to finish!!. An edited version of Sabre Dance was released as a 45rpm single and charted high in the British singles charts in 1968 at no.5. This tune called Sabre Dance was possibly the first 'speed metal' song ever recorded back in 1968 about 15 years before trash/speed metal was invented!!.
Currently re-listening to all my TEN YEARS AFTER cd/albums that appeared on the Decca/Deram label between 1967 & 1969 and after a label switch the chrysalis record label between 1969 & 1975. This four piece British blues/rock band actually turned out some really good albums from about 1969 through to 1975 although these days in 2023 they are pretty much a 'forgotten band' although they appeared at Woodstock in 1969 and appeared in the subsequent movie release performing an 11 minutes version of there signature song I'M GOING HOME anyway they deserve to be rediscovered by a younger generation of 1960s & 1970s rock fans.