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May Blitz 1970 Album

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May Blitz is the self-titled debut album by British/Canadian power trio May Blitz. It was released in 1970 by Vertigo Records in the UK, and Paramount Records in the US.
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Tony Benyon
Tony Benyon
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Tony Newman
Tony Newman
Drums, Vibes, Congas, Bongos
Reid Hudson
Reid Hudson
Bass, Backing Vocals
James Black
James Black
Guitars, Lead Vocals
Tracklist
1. Smoking The Day Away 8m 21s
2. I Don’t Know 4m 45s
3. Dreaming 6m 35s
4. Squeet 6m 51s
5. Tomorrow May Come 4m 48s
6. Fire Queen 4m 18s
7. Virgin Waters 7m 1s

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This U.K. based power trio took the Cream blueprint and stretched it to deeper, darker, and more byzantine extremes on "Smoking The Day Away", a track which managed to consistently find its way on various playlists of mine for years. It's a hard act to follow, but for the rest of their debut album, May Blitz does a fairly good job, making some decent in-roads with other genres ("Fire Queen" feels like a heavier take on Mitch Ryder, "Virgin Waters" ventures into progressive/epic territory). Plus, the band's quirky sense of humor ("Squeet") matches up with the creepy album cover. This is one obscurity worth uncovering.
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