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TDATS 23: From Far & Wide [Obscure Heavy '70s Prog and Hard Rock from Canada]

TDATS 23: From Far & Wide [Obscure Heavy '70s Prog and Hard Rock from Canada]

Playing tracks by

Troyka, Thundermug, Steel River, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Neil Merryweather and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 4th in the #metal chart, 5th in the #heavy metal chart, 7th in the #classic rock chart, 15th in the #alternative rock chart and 20th in the #psychedelic chart.

Read and download at: http://www.aftersabbath.com/2010/06/day-after-sabbath-23-from-far-wide.html

TDATS 23 is a colletion of music from Canada. [EDIT: There has since been two more, Vol58 and Vol92] After Troyka's rousing intro Thundermug are first up with one of their heaviest songs 'Bad Guy'. BTO are nice'n heavy with 'Not Fragile'. Steel River play fuzzy psych on 'Losing Friends' and Neil Merryweather is represented twice, with his bands Space Rangers and Ivar Avenue Reunion. It's tempting by their name to compare Warpig with Sabbath but I consider them in Deep Purple/Uriah Heep territory. Mahogany Rush display Frank Marino's guitar atmospherics. Walter Rossi was in the band 'Charlee' that I have used on Vol 5, his infectious riffing is back on 'Hey Serena'. Timo Laine was one of the first artists to use a polyphonic guitar synth and keyboardist David Stone went on to play for Rainbow. Their track 'Universe' is a slab of intriguing space prog with doomy overtones.

Comments

mymszlok
mymszlok

Mohagany Rush feels like The Day After The Hendrix!

Rich AfterSabbath

Thanks for the link and comments!