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The Exkursions - The Exkursions FLAC album


Performer: The Exkursions
Genre: Rock / Blues
Title: The Exkursions
Country: US
Released: 1971
Style: Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1490 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1523 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1802 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 256
Other Formats: AU MIDI MMF ADX DMF MPC MP2

This whole album is a real gem that can not be overlooked in the historical canvas of Jesus Music. The Exkursions - Third Eye 5:55. The Exkursions - It's Been Set Down 4:48. The Exkursions - Dry Ground 3:48. The Exkursions - Would You Believe 4:22. The Exkursions - You & Me 4:59. The Exkursions - What Happaned to Me (1971) 2:44. Ezhevika Fields by storozh.

The Exkursions ‎– The Exkursions. Selo: Not On Label ‎– 811G-2984. Formato: Vinyl, LP, Album. This album is surprisingly crisp for 1971 and has a great drum sound and groovy stereo effects. It still sounds raw, like someone jamming out in your living room but the production quality is not muddy or muffled like so many other recordings of that period. I have read Mike did some recording and touring with The Mike Bloomfield Band in the 60’s and I am sure that experience was helpful to him on the production end of things.

The Exkursions - The Exkursions. Месяц релиза - любой - January February March April May June July August September October November December.

Suenan bien pero vaya mierda, es que una cosa es que un album hable de cosas de la biblia o cosas religiosas como scorpions o judas priest de forma satírica y otra hacer propaganda cristiana con una música así, es mi modo de verlo. Me resulta muy patético, muy feo. no es lo mismo, los grupos así de música que intentan meterte la biblia por el culo y se centran en la religión me dan asco es casi como los testigos d. Matrix, Runout (Side A Etched Runout): Z3RS 2984-1 Matrix, Runout (Side B Etched Runout): Z3RS 2985-1.

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Picture Woman, 05:30.

Tracklist

Picture Woman 5:25
Dry Ground 3:49
Baby You Lied 6:03
What Happened To Me 2:37
Third Eye 4:50
You & Me 4:55
It's Been Set Down 4:47
Would You Believe 4:17

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
811G-2984 The Exkursions The Exkursions ‎(LP, Album) Not On Label 811G-2984 US 1971
AC-025, MJ2000 The Exkursions The Exkursions ‎(CD, Album) Hidden Vision, Exkursions Music AC-025, MJ2000 1998
BTW7787 The Exkursions The Exkursions ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) Born Twice Records BTW7787 US 2011

Swordsong
The catalog number on the spine is BTW7787. I couldn't find the catalog number listed here at all.

Tori Texer
High-octane power rock trio absolutely blitzes through eight tunes of heavy blues-influenced material in the vein of Hendrix and Cream. No muffled sounds here - the production is top- notch and the guitars shine forth loud and mean, heavily imbrued with 60's psych effects. 'Baby You Lied', a love-gone- bad slow blues rocker sounds like one of those lengthy Derek & the Dominoes tracks and features wild stereo separation that I'm sure made many a hippie smile back then. Dual rhythm guitar and leads gives the band a fuller sound than most trios. Singer/lead guitarist Mike Johnson gives an exceptional performance - he contributed a number of fine solo albums in the 70's but none of them cooks with near the intensity of this baby. 'Third Eye' is a good example - after starting with some bizarre psycho-babble, the piece breaks into a minute-and-a- half electric guitar jam (recalling Stu Heiss' opening solo in Rez Band's 'White Noise'). The intensity doesn't let up until 'Would You Believe', a smooth piece of soft jazz that Mike also included on his Velvet Prince album. This one delivers the mustard. Ken Scott (Archivist)

Keel
Another trio ( Mike Johnson, Fyl Jonnzen and Leon Wilson) with a blues rock influence in the vein of Cream or Hendrix. The lead singer and guitar player Mike Johnson has a stellar performance on this album and he continued to perform solo after The Exkursions broke up. Mike had a more jazz influenced sound.This album is surprisingly crisp for 1971 and has a great drum sound and groovy stereo effects. It still sounds raw, like someone jamming out in your living room but the production quality is not muddy or muffled like so many other recordings of that period. I have read Mike did some recording and touring with The Mike Bloomfield Band in the 60’s and I am sure that experience was helpful to him on the production end of things.This is the bands only album and it’s a treasure of fuzz guitar and blues licks with those “growly hippy” vocals that are just to cool! Sometimes it feels more like story telling than singing but it is done in a way that is never annoying. The drums and bass are very interesting and always keep the listener shufflin’ their feet or cruising down the highway.Songs range from the emptiness and addiction of the drug culture to the psycho babble song Third Eye, which is an amazing blues jam tune. The Last song is a very evangelistic salvation tune with more jazzy influences. This whole album is a real gem that can not be overlooked in the historical canvas of Jesus Music.I think this is on CD and still available in some places but it is on Spotify. Vinyl is Hard to find -MP