Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Transmission 8207

A friend and protege of Jimi Hendrix, Velvert Turner never rose above his "wanna-be" reputation and following the release of his long deleted 1972 debut album, started a long slide into the musical shadows until his death in 2000. We kick things off with The Velvert Turner Group's 3 O'clock Train, followed by tunes from Groundhogs with a young T.S. McPhee on guitar, Nucleus led by Ian Carr and a beat heavy freak fest with A3, Almamagretta, Roxy Music, Tranquility Bass, Ultravox, Suicide and Ruts DC VS Mad Professor.

T8207 is a 60.2MB 128k mp3 1:05:51 in length made loud to be played loud!

"Oh what have I done?, Let's hear it for Frankie"


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