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X-Ceptions, The - Live At The Gables flac album

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Performer: X-Ceptions, The
Title: Live At The Gables
Category: Other
Rating: 4.1 ✦
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All Funk and Psych covers. Two originals recorded in the studio. Both feature some fuzz guitar, the first one concerened about civil rights and features plenty of horns, light organ, flute, and a nice guitar solo. The second features recurring fuzz guitar along with some great vocals. Most of the covers are decent and somewhat raw.

The SUPER HOT NJ/Phila area band known as the "X-Ceptions" blazed a trail in the 70's. Old Phila Daily News ad from March 1975-a whole page of bar ads including X-Ceptions at Gables.

This song was originally written and recorded by X-ceptions to the Rule in 1991. This version is a re-working of the original.

The Xceptions, Omaha, Nebraska.

Live at the Gables playing on original LP Vynal. ‘Chequepoint Charlie’ by X-ceptions to the Rule. This song was written and recorded by X-ceptions to the Rule in Minden, Germany, 1992. Jerry Christopher's X-Ceptions. This song was written and recorded by X-ceptions to the Rule in 1991, Minden, Germany.

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