Swordfish Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
2 years ago
Why have I only just discovered this? Sounds like hawkwind, krautrock, and some other madness.great acid music
1 year ago
a notable example of psychodelic/space prog genre
7 months ago
If someone here doesn't already discovered "Van Der Graaf Generator" or "Peter Hammill", I recommand them to him
Listen to the men (they’re probably men). Arthur Brown - aka the guy who shouted ‘I am the God of hellfire!’ - was the brains, voice and drum programmer behind the third and final LP from Kingdom Come. Initially released in 1973, this limited-edish re-press from Swordfish features liner notes from Brown himself.
Originally released in 1972 the guys at Swordfish have obtained the rights to remaster and reproduce Kingdom Come’s self titled album in full including artwork. The last recording of the Arthur Brown and Andy Dalby fronted lineup, Kingdom Come is definitive psychedelic prog-rock reaching up to Frank Zappa territories at times. Features new insert.
This self-titled offering from The Mothers Earth Experiment is a well-informed and sprawling offering, containing worldy influences ranging from spheres of jazz, psych, metal and electronica. As a six-track offering its message is artistic freedom, and a debut album it forms an extremely solid foundation to build upon.
Here are some legendary recordings from the legendary world of Arthur Brown himself alongside his Kingdom Come outfit. This is a visionary work of psychedelics, prog and electronics from some time in the year we used to know as 1971. 45 years later it has been re-issued with original artwork and two sided poster.
After the death of Father Yod in 1975, members of his Hollywood Hills spiritual commune and freeform psychedelic rock group Ya Ho Wha 13 were joined by Sky Saxon, the fromer frontman of The Seeds to become Fire Water Air. This is the first remastered reissue of the group's first release from 1977, packaged along with liner notes by Ya Ho Wha 13 mainstay, Djin Aquarian. In this era of commodified psyche-by-numbers, records like this ,which document the wild sounds of those early psychedelic explorers who really walked the walk, feel more vital than ever.