Jimi Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix (1942–1970) was an American rock guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, and producer who released three 1967–68 albums on Track–Reprise with his London-based power-trio The Experience, followed by the 1970 live release Band of Gypsys. Early Life He was born Johnny Allen Hendrix on November 27, 1942, in Seattle, to James Allen “Al” Hendrix (1991–2002) and […]

Fat Mattress

Fat Mattress was an English folk-rock/psych band that released two albums on Polydor in 1969 and 1970. Guitarist Noel Redding also played bass in the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Late-period member Steve Hammond composed their non-album b-side “Black Sheep of the Family,” covered by Quatermass and Rainbow. Members: Neil Landon (vocals), Jim Leverton (bass, keyboards), Eric […]

Road

Road were an English-American hard-rock band that released a self-titled album on Motown-subsidiary Natural Resources in 1972. Members: Noel Redding (bass, vocals), Rod Richards (guitar, vocals), Leslie Sampson (drums, vocals, percussion) Discography: Road (1972)

Mandalaband ‎– The Eye of Wendor: Prophecies (1978)

The Eye of Wendor: Prophecies is the second of two albums by Mandalaband, released in 1978 on Chrysalis. Tracklist: A1. “The Eye of Wendor” (4:43) A2. a. “Florian’s Song” (3:10) —|. b. “Ride to the City” A3. “Almar’s Tower” (1:54) A4. “Like the Wind” (2:41) A5. a. “The Tempest” (1:10) —|. b. “Dawn of a […]