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Thunder And Roses - King Of The Black Sunrise (1969) [Reissue] (1998)

Rock, Hard Rock, Blues Rock | Author: sirk | 19-12-2018, 13:04
Thunder And Roses - King Of The Black Sunrise (1969) [Reissue] (1998)Artist: Thunder And Roses
Title Of Album: King Of The Black Sunrise
Year Of Release: 1969/1998
Label (Catalog#) : Lizard Records [LR 0705-2]
Country: USA
Genre: Heavy Psychedelic Blues Rock
Quality: FLAC (image + cue,log,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 00:35:33
Total Size: 244mb(+3%)

Thunder and Roses was an early power trio from Philadelphia USA, recorded “King of the Black Sunrise” and released by United Artists Records in 1969. This garage rock album is a hard rockin’, ultra heavy, Hendrix-inspired, slab of bluesy psychedelia. Track one, the classic “White Lace and Strange”, was covered by Nirvana in a radio broadcast that is included on their box set “With The Lights Out”.

The trio pay their respects to Hendrix with a strong version of Red House, then lay waste with a blitzkrieg of superb heavy psychedelic guitar like Cream, they never let the blues influences swamp the rock. Chris Bond went on to play for and produce Hall and Oates.

Thunder And Roses - King Of The Black Sunrise (1969) [Reissue] (1998)
Thunder And Roses - King Of The Black Sunrise (1969) [Reissue] (1998)

1. White Lace and Strange - 3:16
2. I Love a Woman - 4:43
3. Country Life - 2:51
4. Red House (J. Hendrix) - 5:40
5. Moon Child - 4:14
6. Dear Dream Maker - 3:33
7. King of the Black Sunrise - 3:51
8. Open Up Your Eyes - 7:26

Chris Bond - Guitars, Vocals
Tom Schaffer - Bass, Vocals
George Emme - Drums

All thanks to original releaser

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