January 25, 2006 Playlist

"Kingdom Come" by Sir Lord Baltimore
Sir Lord Baltimore "Kingdom Come" 1970 (USA)
A truly unsung landmark in the development of "heavy metal" music, SLB's debut LP had several things going for it: Louis Dambra's guitar wankery which sounds like the missing link between Tony Iommi and Eddie Van Halen; John Garner, the greatest singing drummer in rock history because he sounds totally crazed at both; and their secret weapon, producer Edwin H. "Eddie" Kramer, who cut his teeth as an engineer on Hendrix's "Electric Ladyland" and later went on to produce some of KISS's best albums. "Kingdom Come" and Baltimore's disappointing self-titled second (and final) album have been reissued together on one CD.
R = Listener Request
KISS - 100,000 Years
Jeronimo - Time Ride
Uriah Heep - Traveller In Time
Grand Funk Railroad - Time Machine
Deep Purple - Child In Time
Sir Lord Baltimore - Master Heartache  CLASSIC ALBUM OF THE WEEK
Pentagram - Relentless (R)
Suck - Aimless Lady (Grand Funk cover)
The Human Equation - A Biker's Tune
Socrates Drank The Conium - Death Is Gonna Die
Clear Blue Sky - My Heaven
The Grodeck Whipperjenny - Inside Or Outside / Evidence For The Existence Of The Unconscious
Demon Fuzz - Past, Present & Future
Moby Grape - Omaha
Joe Byrd & the Field Hippies - The Elephant At The Door
Ultimate Spinach - What You're Thinking Of
Strawberry Alarm Clock - Rainy Day Mushroom Pillow
Jefferson Airplane - D.C.B.A.-25
Silver Apples - Gypsy Love
Roxy Music - The Bogus Man
Chrome - Blood On The Moon
Sonic Youth - Tokyo Eye
Can - Connection
Faust - Krautrock
Amon Duul 2 - Mr. Kraut's Jinx
Hampton Grease Band - Halifax

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