Josefus — the band which with luck could be known as well as “Deep Purple”. Well, maybe it’s luck that they weren’t, and didn’t deteriorate so shamelessly.
If you look at allmusic.com’s review, it’s quite clear the reviewer (though kinda famous) is quite clueless 😀
Great song from 1967, which was becoming very popular until some bright soul grokked drug references, and radio stations took the song out of circulation. Drug references in rock music from 1967, seriously?
Some nice music for the New Year.
I (Alexey, not Dmitry) play bass in a band called Monkey Sea.
And here’s the latest recorded jam session:
Enjoy if you can.
Wikipedia informs us about Led Zeppelin:
Although the group was initially unpopular with critics, they achieved significant commercial success with albums such as Led Zeppelin (1969), Led Zeppelin II (1969), Led Zeppelin III (1970), their untitled fourth album (1971)…
Right. “Such as”.
Do you know where it comes from? “Gran Vals” by Francisco Tárrega. See video at 0:23.
I just realised that “Main Theme” from Pink Floyd’s “More” sounds very much like something that could be performed by “Can”.
Compare around 2:00 here:
I’m not saying they are similar, no, but there’s something in the mood and sound, isn’t it?