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J.C  Heavy  UK  1971

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Jerusalem   UK  Heavy Progressive  1972

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Faust  Germany  1972

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Terje  Rypdal   Norway  1968

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Livin  Blues  Holland  1972

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The  Gods  Uk  1968

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The Pretty Things   UK  1966

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Dug Dug`s   Mexico  1972

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Stone Axe - Joshefus   US  1971

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Stonewall “Stoner”1974 Private Hard Rock Heavy Psych.

Recorded by a Long Island-based quartet in the late 1960s, but only issued without their knowledge in 1974, this awesome LP is regarded by hard rock connoisseurs as one of the finest albums ever recorded in the genre. Only a handful of original copies have ever surfaced, meaning that its frantic blend of riff-laden songs, tough organ and relentless drumming has only been heard by a few until now. Highly Recommended!! .. 

An extremely rare, privately pressed hard rock album with some psychedelic trappings. This type of album is far more likely to interest hard rock enthusiasts than connoisseurs of psychedelia and is a very marginal case for inclusion. Solitude and Atlantis are probably the most relevant tracks to this book. 
The band are thought to have been based in New York..

FRANCIS CRABB keyb’ds, gtr, vcls 
JOHN T. MILANI drms, perc 
ROBERT “BOBBY” RONDA ld gtr, vcls, hrmnca 
LEWIS WHITTAKER bs, vcls

Full  album in daiymotion……………………..

http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/x3elz2_John_Dug_stonewall-stoner-1972-us-hard-rock/1#video=x26yza4

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Uriah  Heep  Uk 1971

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Aunt Mary  Norway  1972

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Golden Earrings  Durch  1972

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Macabre  {Pentagram}    US  1972

From the Be Forewarned /Lazy Lady 1972 single
Story goes.. “We had a pure Spinal Tap moment with this single: the band had gathered at Bobby’s parents’ apartment and our manager Phil Knudsen walked in with the boxes of our very first single. We excitedly looked at it and couldn’t believe our eyes: the pressing plant had misspelled our name “Macbre,” leaving out the middle “a” and this became the first of many incidents that would almost indicate a curse upon the band. This became known as the “Mac-bree” single…” -Geof O’keefe

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gk0q6tjD6gY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxFOFMgKC3s