Aching Void - Swirling Colors/Voices (Rockadelic RR-106) Aching Void were a trio, possibly from N.Y. This single, released around 1989, on the cult Rockadelic label, is full of fuzz, that creeps in your brain. Here's the Lama review: The titles and band name promise some pretty hardcore neo-psych, and the A-side single delivers, from the heavily reverbed bass riffs to the incessant, spastic lead guitar to the sound effects on the vocals to the absurd scream that ends the verses. There’s a scattershot feel to this one, and it comes off as a random burst of wacked-out energy. The B-side is a bit slower, but has the same spaced out, crude feel to it (at one point it seems like the bass player or the drummer misses a cue), and plenty more of the fuzz guitar. Fun, indeed.
BLO - 1972 - Chapter 1 01 Preacher Man 02 Time To Face The Sun 03 Beware 04 We Gonna Have A Party 05 Don't 06 Chant To Mother Earth 07 We Are Out Together 08 Miss Sagitt (instrumental)
band from Nigeria became very famous among collectors worldwide.
Perhaps this is the most sought after album from Africa. The 3 members,
Berkely Jones, Laolu Akintobi and Mike Odumosu created the name BLO
from B for Berkely, L for Laolu and O for Odumosu. 2 members toured
with Ginger Baker in 1972 and BLO supported Osibisa on tour in Nigeria.
At that time BLO was voted as the best band in Nigeria.