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Chico Magnetic Band - Chico Magnetic Band flac album

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Performer: Chico Magnetic Band
Title: Chico Magnetic Band
Released: 1971
Style: Psychedelic Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.8 ✦

Chico Magnetic Band ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial). Don't you want to smoke a big rollin' of weed with him while listening to "electric ladyland" ? Reply Notify me Helpful. One of the first bands that Jean-Pierre Massiera took under his wing, Chico Magnetic Band were fronted by "Chico" (actually one Mahmoud Ayari, who moved from Tunisia to France with his parents at the age of fifteen), a singer with a Hendrix inspired style. They issued a few pop singles, some good, some a bit too poppy, and a classic LP that is well freaked-out psych/blues/rock with.

Chico Magnetic Band (1971). Album by Chico Magnetic Band. One Note Samba, Spanish Flea by Perrey and Kingsley (1966). is a cover of. Crosstown Traffic by Jimi Hendrix (1968).

Magnetic South is the first solo album by American singer-songwriter Michael Nesmith during his post-Monkees career. Released by RCA Records in 1970, the album peaked at Number 143 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. Magnetic South is considered an early example of country rock. A single, " Joanne/One Rose" was taken from the album and reached Number 21 on the Billboard singles charts and Number 6 on the Adult Contemporary charts. It was the highest position of Nesmith's solo career.

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Artist: Chico Magnetic Band Title: Chico Magnetic Band Year Of Release: 1969/2002 Label: Lizard Records Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Acid Rock Quality: Flac (tracks,. Tracklist: 01. Explosion 02. Pop Pull Hair 03. Lot Of Things 04. We All Come And Go 05. To Where I Belong 06.

Chico Magnetic Band - Phantasm - 1972. Metallic crunch abruptly yields to pastoral lull and just as abruptly back to crunch. Chico sings like some displaced hippie gone off his rocker. This is one of the great heavy-psych numbers I’ve heard. Magma devotees might raise their eyebrows at this choice, and I’m OK with that. For me this is the finest single slice of Magma (if we were talking about album sides, I’d go with one of the sides from MDK or Kohntarkosz). It bursts its seams with energy and chops and maniacal genius.