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Missing Links (with bonus 7" EP)

LP (Item 640678) Half A Cow/Sundazed, 1965 — Condition: New Copy
LP & 7 Inch
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Badass bluesy rock from The Missing Links – an Aussie group from the 60s, but one who play with the best deep respect for American roots you'd fine in British acts of the time! By that trans-global pedigree, we mean to say that there's almost a Yardbirds-like feel to the record at times – although maybe without as much searing guitar work (although some of the solos are still pretty darn amazing) – a cool transplantation of key ideas from the generation before, served up with a nice degree of sneer that really sends the whole thing home! Titles include "Bald Headed Woman", "Mama Keep Your Big Mouth Shut", "Speak No Evil", "On The Road Again", and "Hobo Man". Also comes with a very cool bonus pic sleeve 7" single – a rare EP that features "I'll Go Crazy", "Don't Give Me No Friction", "One More Time", and "Wooly Bully".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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