GREETINGS FROM OHIO [Rare 70’s Garage/Hard Rock]

Greetings From Ohio (1)

 

“Long lost, meticulously-sought out jewels of hard rock and heavy psych/prog from the ’60s and ’70s glory days.
The first release in the Archives of Acid is a fourteen-track collection of the best, rarest singles from Ohio’s rich history of rock, spanning 1970 to 1977. It traverses grungy hard rock with Big Blue and Travis, epic rock with Myth Band and proto-punk with Erving Forbush and Dry Ice.
Also along for the ride is some heavy funk (Cincinnati Joe) and Southern rock from Zachariah. And that’s not all, give it a spin to see what other delights are in store…” [Archives of Acid]

Yep! Another collection of 70’s hard rock/proto-punk rarities in style of Bonehead Crunchers-Freaks comps you alredy dig here on Surfadelic. This stuff I dug from Archives of Acid bandcamp and made some sound cleaning/fixing, so you can get it in the best possible shape. Well Ohio… here we go, Dig!!!

 

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7 thoughts on “GREETINGS FROM OHIO [Rare 70’s Garage/Hard Rock]

  1. LOVE THIS! Thanks for putting in the effort, and that goes for building and uploading this comp in particular and for the all-around excellence and attention to detail that is “Surfadelic!” Keep it up!!!

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  2. Thank you, I love the hard psych proto punk sound, have been buying all of the Bonehead Crunchers and associated LPs and this is new and damn good!
    Thank you again!
    ;o)

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