These songs were an ideal vehicle for the Julus’ energy and vision.
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A classic representation of everything that made a 1974 Dead show so special.
Dark and intriguing, it left us eager for a second album that, alas, never came.
These aren’t garage acolytes, the kind who nail the details but miss the feel.
Not the band’s greatest, but certainly an indicator of where they were headed.
This serves as a tasty sampling of their output on Columbia Records.
Arriving in an era dominated by neon sensibilities, Van Morrison instead stayed the course.
College student Matt Bray demonstrates the power of anyone with a little imagination and a whole lot of time can have to single-handedly put a long-forgotten dance floor hit back in the spotlight.
Simon blended familiar contexts with his first extended travels into world music.
How good was Traffic? So good that the band from Birmingham, England warranted this album only two years after getting together.