Captain Beefheart – Safe as Milk
Interesting themes and ideas brought to life. Sometimes a nice, surrealistic setting comes short by returning to the conventional blues rock scheme. An album worth listening to.
Tom Waits – Swordfishtrombones
By mixing together jazz, blues and a piece of his own soul, Tom Waits has truly found a music niche of his own. Enter it for an ultimate chillout.
The Monks – Black Monk Time
A clear “stomping” beat that fuses the whole album works well. Blast off with The Monks!
Os Mutantes – Mutantes
A Brazilian psychedelic rock jewel, extremely rich with ideas. The Spanish language doesn’t disturb, but on the contrary sounds funny and leads on to a mental equilibrium.
The Mothers of Invention – Freak Out!
The Godz – Contact High with the Godz
Faust – Faust
If I should compare Faust with anything, then it is basically Revolution n.9 taken much further. This record came from another plane, yet is harmonic musically.
David Bowie – “Heroes”
Beaty and the Beast as well as the ambient tracks on the B-side of the album are nice, but overall the album failed to impress me.