Lectric Music Revolution - same (1971, Can, garagepop, RE-Marathon vinylrip, single flac + cue + splitter, DR8, artwork)

Although ultra rare & expansive i'm really not impressed. Sounds mostly like a cheap Rock'n'Roll band.

I too, was a little disappointed with this. Their choice of names just led me to believe they had something more to offer. It's basically garage driven, country flavored rock, and rather undistinguished at that. Still, in the right frame of mind, this can be enjoyable. Grades - 1 B+, 1 B, 3 B-'s, and 2 C+'s. The album has been booted.
***  rym  ***

Side One:
A1     I Am A Loser    
A2     Lectric Music Revolution    
A3     Future Is Past    
A4     Open Road Man    
A5     I Wonder    
Side Two:
B1     Funny Little Girl    
B2     Let Yourself Go    
B3     Tanya Canya    
B4     Live Today Tomorrow'S Not For Sure

Original Line-Up:
Jack MacDonald - Guitar, Vocals
Manny Slauenwhite - Lead Vocals, Guitar
George Smith - Keyboards
Wayne Pottie - Drums
Dennis Richardson - Bass, Vocals

Lectric Music Revolution - Open Road Man - 1969 (Canada)

Lectric Music Revolution - Future Is Past - 1969 (Canada)

[Rip and Scans by gigic2255]

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  1. Many thanks,has once again (which is it once already?it is difficult to enumerate!) for me something new!...opportunity familiarize yourself with it. Charm of vinyl plate...Milos,my friend, at a time when the music is stored primarily on digital media,they experiencing a renaissance. Talking about vinyl that today celebrate their feast Record Store Day. What is interesting to their followers, do not only today's generation of 40- and 50-year-olds,increasing numbers young music enthusiasts have them on their shelves. Vinyl is a format that was invented for listening to music. Plates placed on the gramophone to listen. The music that comes from other sources are treated as water. She is our 'only' companions...while, using vinyl is a kind of ritual!!!

  2. beautiful music! thank you very much


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