Thursday, February 11, 2016

Head Over Heels - s/t 1971

Formed in 1970, and disbanded in 1971, from the "land of the power trio's" Michigan, U.S.A., was alive only for a brief moment. At which time they left this, their sole self titled album. A God-Damned shame if you ask me, as this was a quality outfit. Keeping in the Michigan "Power Trio" tradition of screaming guitars, and early heavy metal type vocals. A lot of energy and talent in this one. Originally released in 1971, this album claimed almost instant cult status and sits in well with bands, Damnation, Power of Zeus, and Grand Funk, and sits in well with a host of other high energy American Rock 'n Roll bands.

1 comment:

  1. I am more inclined to believe they formed much earlier than 1970. I own the original acetate to the album and it is dated June 1969. Great group and I happen to own many records from Paul Frank’s personal collection. After they broke up he formed Fresh Start and they released one album titled “What America Needs”. He then was in a group called Bruzer who again only had one release titled “Round 1”. It’s great to see they get the recognition they deserve “and yes Paul kept copies of all his albums.


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