Jethro Tull

Jethro Tull are an English rock band that released twenty studio albums between 1968 and 1999. They are best known for the classic rock evergreens “Aqualung,” “Bourée,” “Bungle In the Jungle,” “Living In the Past,” and “Locomotive Breath.” Their style encompasses blues, folk, hard rock, electronic and orchestral music. Singer Ian Anderson distinguished himself among […]

The Gods

The Gods were an English psych-rock band that released the 1968–69 Columbia albums Genesis and To Samuel a Son. They morphed into Head Machine for the 1970 album Orgasm on Major Minor. Frontman Ken Hensley and drummer Lee Kerslake played briefly with Toe Fat and landed lengthy memberships in Uriah Heep. John Glascock went onto […]

Carmen

Carmen was an English-American flamenco-rock band, formed in Los Angeles by guitarist–keyboardist David Allen. They relocated to London and released the 1973–74 albums Fandangos in Space and Dancing on a Cold Wind on Regal Zonophone. After opening the 1975 US Jethro Tull tour, Carmen recorded The Gypsies for Mercury. Members: David Allen (vocals, guitar, piano, […]

Chicken Shack

Chicken Shack was an English blues-rock band that released four 1968–70 albums on Blue Horizon, followed by two 1972–73 titles on Deram. Members: Stan Webb (guitar, vocals), Andy Silvester (bass, 1965-71), Alan Morley (drums, 1965-68), Christine Perfect (vocals, piano, 1968-69), Al Sykes (drums, 1968), Hughie Flint (drums, 1968), Dave Bidwell (drums, 1968-71), Paul Raymond (keyboards, […]

Carmen – Fandangos in Space (1973)

Fandangos in Space is the first of three albums by Californian flamenco/art-rock ensemble Carmen, released in 1973 on Regal Zonophone. Tracklist: A1. “Bulerias” (5:10) —i. Cante —ii. Baile —iii. Reprise A2. “Bullfight” (4:06) A3. “Stepping Stone” (3:45) A4. “Sailor Song” (4:07) A5. “Lonely House” (3:54) B1. “Por Tarantos” (1:40) B2. “Looking Outside (My Window)” (7:10) […]