Discussion in '70's Music' started by DaKillerWolf, Jul 30, 2010.
Oops I though the same thing. Sorry!
Nobody pays attention to such things. I saw that this thread had a recent post over in the Recent Threads column on the right. Those different decade listings are a major waste of time and effort. They are about as meaningless as can be.
Here are a few..on gatefold that never leave the turntable for long
Paladin- Charge album from '72.
Originally in The Bystanders..who did a credible take of Keith's 98.6 Deke Leonard went on to feature in Man.
This solo outing..Iceberg is a treasure.
One from 1971..the Pegasus label.
Three Man Army..sounds and smells great..90p paid!
When they recorded Nutz Live Cutz
at Nottm Boat Club - i was there and their rendition of One More Cup Of Coffee For The Road was bangin'
Nutz -Just For The Crack.
I had a rare cd that I bought from the HMV shop in London around 6 or 7 years ago that I subsequently sold and am now p*ssed off that I sold it anyway the cd was of an American band called UPS and they were a bunch of long hairs who appeared to have had a connection with the MC5 and played gigs with them in the very late 1960s & very early 1970s anyway I can't find any info on this band on Wikipedia and there doesn't appear to be any of there cds on Amazon either??.
E-Z not heard of them..have you looked in Record Collector Magazine?
I will have a search in some back issues..on the hunt!..later.
Ok thanks I shall dig a bit deeper on the web. I believe they were popular amongst the hippies in parts of the USA but they obviously never broke BIG outside of the states.
E-Z..i have looked on MC5 sites to see who supported them etc.. found nothing.
Maybe a member on here Stateside will know more?
The Record Collector Rare Guide might produce a name.
Separate names with a comma.