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Neil Merryweather, Canadian bass player, started a band in the late sixties, after quitting Bruce Cockborn’s band Flying Circus.
His early albums like Merryweather, and Word To Mouth were more towards the psych rock, but the two albums he recorded for Mercury Records that were releaed in 74-75 were just amazing glam/hard rock albums, with a much heavier sound.
Space Rangers (released in 1974 and sounds exactly like 1974 should sound)
Masculine guitars, brilliant drum/bass work, strings arrangments, powerful vocals and one killer cover of Eight Miles High, and this is just the begining. The songs are so damn good that this album will be playing constantly in your ears once you’ll listen to it.
1. Hollywood Boulevard
2. Step In The Right Direction
3. Eight Miles High
4. King Of Mars
5. Neon Man
6. Sunshine Superman
7. Road To Hades
8. High Latitude Hide ‘N Seek
10. Sole Survivor
Neil Merryweather - bass and vocals
Tim McGovern - drums
Timo Laine - guitar
Michael “Jeep” Willis - guitar
Robert Silvert - chamberlain and synthesizer
Edgemont - synth patches