Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Bakery - Momento 1971

Bakery were an Australian progressive/hard rock band formed in Perth 1970. Bakery's debut album Rock Mass For Love was issued August of 1971 on Astor records which, according to Australian rock music historian Ian McFarlane, had been recorded during a mass at St. George's Cathedral in March of '71, and was not indicative of the band's psychedelic hard rock. The Group released two singles "Bloodsucker" (Feb. 1971), and "No dying in the Dark" (July). "No Dying in the Dark was a top 10 hit on the Perth singles chart. The bands influences were Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, and Led Zeppelin.

In Aug. 1972 they released their second album Momento . Following some extensive lineup changes in 1973 the band was on the touring circuit along Australia's East coast. In April of that year, "Living With a Memory" recorded live at the Sunbury Pop Festival appeared on the triple live album The Great Australian Pop Festival, Sunbury 1973 on Mushroom records. They disbanded in early 1975.
The second album, Momento IMHO is way better than the first, and heavy, which the 1st album is not. So I only included their 2nd L.P.







1 comment:

  1. не хуже всей психоделии золотых лет

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