Putt on your bell bottoms, smell the incense and join this ride with a fresh beer on the side.
This is 70s rock with a nice bite of blues.
Producer HJ Bokkers captures the band in a natural atmosphere when all tracks were recorded live (except vocals).

“Hot jam in the boogaloo” has a kick-ass-rawk-and-roll mentality and “Baby I want your” presents a soulful side of Lazy Daisy. “Motor City” reminds me of the Blue Cheer in 1969 but it still has a fresh attitude to me.

This band is not affraid to share their jams with us. Listen to “Jezebel” and you witness a moment of sheer magic when they were just jamming for 2 minutes.

If you’re into hippie-rock ? Check this album out.


Edited by Bohudson on 12 Jul 2011, 11:12


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