May Blitz 1970 Album
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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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