Nice Blue Oyster Cult reference in Area 39 of Geir Loe Cyn-Crul! Rock on!
So, do you also like Hawkwind, Anthony and bkad2005?
I had one of their albums. I haven't listened to Hawkwind in ages. Are they at the top of your list, Allan?
@Anthony: Not necessarily the very top, but definitely a favorite. Their earlier work involved Michael Moorcock, both thematically as well as a writer/performer with the band. My favorites:
- X In Search of Space
- Space Ritual
- Hall of the Mountain Grill
- Warrior on the Edge of Time
- Quark, Strangeness, and Charm
- Chronicle of the Black Sword
- Electric Tepee
- Love in Space
Space Ritual is their quintessential early sound, while Lemmy was still in the band. It's a live triple album. Hall and Warrior and Quark are most-often in heavy rotation for me.
If you like Moorcock-influenced BOC, you should give HW a try---the two were paired bands on the old boc-l email list that I've been on and off off since I was an undergrad ;)
PS - Happy Christmas and Merry New Year! :D
Seven years of labor!
I'm guessing we might share a favorite album.
Imaginos is utterly brilliant. It barely classifies as BOC, of course...but it is brilliant.
I thought this might catch your eye, perhaps?: http://www.martinpopoff.com/html/flaming-telepaths-imaginos-expanded-and-specified.html
Reading Night Wolf Inn now. Ha! The Four Winds Bar!
The night wolf in is FULL of them. And if you haven't looked closely at the city of brass map, look again. 😝
I haven't read Night Wolf Inn yet. I purchased it along with Zjelwin Fall and Geir Loe Cyn-Crul but spent the evening reading the latter two. Very nice!