04/03/2009

The Groundhogs

Scratching the Surface (1968)

Blues Obituary (1969)
Thank Christ for The Bomb (1970)

Split (1970)
Who will Save the World ? (1972)
Hogwash (1972)

8 comments:

BlackSpring said...

Thanks a lot for this! I love groundhogs and didn't have more than the Split and Who will Save the World album. Cheers

Fatty Ghettoblaster said...
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BlackSpring said...

I will check Pink Fairies. I know the name but never heard them. Thanks for the hint. If you can check out Granicus. They're awesome.

Fatty Ghettoblaster said...

Yeah Blackspring if you love the Hogs check theses out too :

http://rebelbass.blogspot.com/2009/01/edgar-broughton-band-discograpy.html

http://rebelbass.blogspot.com/2007/11/deviants-all-3-lps-1967-69.html

http://rebelbass.blogspot.com/2007/11/pink-fairies-kings-of-oblivion-1973.html

http://rebelbass.blogspot.com/2007/11/pink-fairies-never-never-land-1971.html

http://rebelbass.blogspot.com/2007/11/pink-fairies-what-bunch-of-sweeties.html

http://rebelbass.blogspot.com/2007/09/samuel-prody-1970.html

http://rebelbass.blogspot.com/2007/09/may-blitz-vertigo.html

Voxx said...

Who will Save the World ? (1972) Link its broken! please reupload this! Thx!

jase_mac said...

first heard of this lot on the radcliffe & marconie show on radio 2 and they said the groundhogs were john lee hookers backing band when he on in the uk!...great stuff.

jase_mac said...

i beleive they were john lee hooker's backing band when he toured the uk...great band.

Anonymous said...

Thanx a lot!