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Underground Unearthed Series Part 2: Khan – Space Shanty (1972)

Space Shanty is the lone album from Canterbury progressive rock supergroup, Khan and is a masterpiece in heavy prog genre
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Demons and Wizards -- Uriah Heep

Demons and Wizards is the 4th studio album of Uriah Heep and is a fine slice of British heavy progressive rock, or progressive hard rock.
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Underground Unearthed Series Part 1

Grannie was formed by guitarist Phil Newton in 1968/69 and was initially a cover band playing gigs around East London. Newton then began to write for the band and they began to master tracks like Leaving, Romany Refrain and Saga of the Sad Jester in rehearsals.
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How The West Was Won – Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin released How the West was Won as a 3 CD boxset in 2003 and it still remains their only official live album till date (with the exception of Live at the Olympia which was included as a bonus LP with 2014 reissue of Led Zeppelin I).
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Pet Sounds – The Beach Boys

Ask any music lover or critic about their Top 10 bands, and the name The Beach Boys is highly unlikely to figure in that list. But ask the same music lover or critic about the Top 10 albums, and ‘Pet Sounds’ will certainly appear in it.
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Hooked onto Vinyl on World Record Store Day

With Record Store Day on 21st April, Verus Ferreira explores how the invention of Thomas Edison’s marvel of the phonograph and Emile Berliner’s invention of the disc, is making a comeback in today's digital age.
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Superfly – Curtis Mayfield

Blaxploitation movies that emerged in the early 1970s, had black actors and communities as the heroes and laid emphasis on the plot, rather than being portrayed as sidekicks or as victims, which used to be the norm in Hollywood.
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She’s so Unusual – Cyndi Lauper (Import)

Going back to the 80s and one album that really rocketed an unknown star to popdom was ‘She’s so Unusual’. The midget girl with a powerful voice was totally new to the music world when she released her debut album, and what an album it came to be.
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The Best of The Platters (Import)

In 1953, bass singer Herb Reed put together a group of four men and called them "The Platters." Herb got the idea from a disc jockey referring to records as platters. The four men were Herb Reed, Joe Jefferson, Cornell Gunther, and Alex Hodge.
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The Search for Everything – John Mayer

John Mayer is some sort of a ‘chameleon of music’ and a very good one at that. He becomes a pop sensation with some kitschy songs. Then he goes and makes two solid albums influenced by the music of 70’s Laurel Canyon scene (born and raised and Paradise Valley), a new territory for him.
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