Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Glory - "On The Air" 1970

Glory was probably San Diego's longest lived underground rock band. Formed in the late '60's, Glory played their own brand of straight ahead, kick-ass rock n roll up until the '80's at which time guitarist Jerry Raney formed the prolific Beat Farmers. "On the Air" was recorded live in 1970 during a broadcast from the studios of San Diego's underground rock station KPRI. The result was an "in your face" performance built around their amazing rhythm section and led by wailing guitars and powerful vocals. The recording shows that these guys were street-wise and nail tough. Overall the L.P. is dark, but energetic and shows why Glory earned their well deserved reputation as rock n roll mercenaries.







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