Holy Fuck - in Session

Is Clint Boon the new Tony Wilson? Let's hope so, I love the half dozen kids stood around feeling slightly awkward whilst Holy Fuck do their stuff. Boon's interview mid session is a classic, especially about getting 'turned on', I can believe it!

U.F.O - Boogie

Some Greebo action from UFO before they went shit and heavy metal


Faust (1971)

Amon Duul II - Soap Shop Rock/Surrounded by the Stars


Renate ?? YAYYYYYYYYYYY *semi*

Gong - Live 1971 and Interview

"More pothead pixie lunacy"

Gong - Fohat Digs Holes in Space (1972)

"Nice cuppa funky dunk for a quick dip of the Lip"

We really like the dolls hands holding the mic ;)

John Martyn - Dealer

Lashings of Echoplex and a serious opium haze

Comus - First Utterance

One of the UK's greatest unsung bands along with Dark and Zior. They released their debut LP "First Utterance" in 1971 on Dawn records and it failed to do well due to a postal strike that held up distribution and it sank without trace making prices of the original gatefold LP to rocket. The album contains some of the best byrdy wyrdy folk along the lines of Trees,Subway,Fairports but with more of an mystic eastern feel. One of the main things about Comus is their un-nerving sound that comes from Roger Wooton's vocals delivered in a pained shrilled way that is very compelling and this is layered upon the droning eerie violin tones of Colin Pearson and the female vocals from Bobby Watson. Lyrical content is not for the faint hearted involving such themes as Rape,violence, mental disorders and murder (Not your usual skip through the folky forest). They split right after this LP only to regroup in 1974 for 2nd LP "To Keep from Crying". The line up was expanded to include Gong sax blaster Didier Malherbe among others.

First Utterance