DOWNER-ROCK -ASYLUM (extremely rare downer-rock tracks early Judas Priest) COMP CD

SKU:
21275
$16.00
Width:
5.00 (in)
Height:
0.25 (in)
Depth:
5.00 (in)
Current Stock:
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A special hard-hitting selection of live and extremely rare downer-rock tracks featuring historically important material by very early Judas Priest and UFO plus Bedlam.

Also, pre-Judas Priest outfit The Flying Hat Band led by Glenn Tipton.

Amazingly, Audio Archives now present unique material from Rob Halford's first ever official Priest concert and even more staggeringly, the last Priest gig with original singer Al Atkins and drummer Chris Congo Campbell from April 1973.

The lengthy composition 'Morpheus' is one of Atkins' finest moments. 'Red Light Lady' plus two other songs showcase the impactful, yet nervous arrival of Halford during that crucial crossover period.

Truly significant recordings of huge appeal to all Priest fans. Other bands featured are Hackensack who deliver a fierce medley to kick things off plus Welsh heavies Budgie and the primordial Albert Monk with a deranged vocalist and a brutal, bass heavy style of 1970.

An 80 minute onslaught of undiluted downer-rock from quarter inch masters of excellent sound quality throughout.