Tag: 1970

Josefus: Dead Man (Numero Group)

  Josefus is one of the greatest heavy metal bands you’ve never heard. Their sound is a blend of blues-rock and heavy metal. One might be tempted to label them as followers of Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath, but to do so might prove slightly incorrect, as the Houston-based band formed at roughly the same time,… Read More ›

Doris: Did You Give The World Some Love Today, Baby (RPM Records)

Doris Svensson is a little-known 1960s-era Swedish pop singer, but her real claim to fame is her second and last album, Did You Give The World Some Love Today, Baby. This album today is known mainly for its funky feel;  though its lack of success would damn it to obscurity, until crate-digging DJ’s discovered its… Read More ›

Don Rich – Sings George Jones (Omnivore Recordings)

Today sees the release of one of country music’s Holy Grails–the only known solo album by Don Rich. Who was he, you might ask? Rich was the creative partner of Buck Owens‘ backing band, The Buckaroos, from 1960 to the time of his fatal motorcycle accident in 1974. Dead at the young age of 32,… Read More ›