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Sunday, January 07, 2007

Playing for Time (1975-1989)
Inexactness (2001)
Two solo albums by the ex-leader and guitar player of High Tide and the Misunderstood.
"Playing for Time" is a collection of demos and assorted live recordings dating mainly from 1975 to 1977.This album also features Drachen Theaker on drums (ex High Tide and Crazy World Of Arthur Brown) and Pete Pavli on bass (ex High Tide).Essential for Prog/Psych heads.
Inexactness is imho one of the best Hard-Psych albums of the last decade.Tony's playing is absolutely outstanding and he's backed by Nick Saloman (Mr. Bevis Frond),Pete Pavli,Andy Ward and Ade Shaw (High Tide/Camel/Magic Muscle).
Here's the Deal :
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a great gift for fans of Tony Hill like me. Thanks a lot !!!!

11:23 PM  
Blogger psychfan said...

This is an awesome offering, Thank You! Great stuff!!

3:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is quite a coincidence. Yesterday, I was at your blog to see what was new. The Zorn was posted, but not these.

Hours later, I was at Tony Hill's web site: http://www.tonyhillsfiction.co.uk/ because his bass player (D E Holt) left a message at heavy rock spectacular and (as an old fan of The Misunderstood and High Tide), I got curious about Tony's current band "Tony Hill's Fiction" of which I had heard a few great mp3's years ago at mp3.com (there's a great current demo track on his site).

At Tony's site I saw these listed and also a High Tide" release from 2000 called "Open Season. I did a web search for the High Tide, which led me to your blog again. You had posted Open Season back in September (which has been rapidshreded - may I humbly ask for a re-post, please?)

Anyhow, I was thinking about trying to check out Tony's other releases and today I came back to your blog again and - snap!


Anne Ominous

4:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Many thanks for these. I have Inextactnss, and no doubt a few tracks from Playing for Time, but I'd download for hours on end to get something from Tony Hill that wasn't in my possession.

Now I'll dribble for a while...

7:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yessss great great great post!
thank you very much

7:38 PM  
Blogger Beathoven said...

Great album.I recently discovered the High Tide album and I love it.This is weirdness in the third degree.Now it seems they have another album which I'd like to discover.Any chance in upping the High Tide albums?
You are in my favorites!Thank you for all this great music.
Greetz from Belgium

5:46 AM  
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4:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

..hope i doesn't inzult anybody here but as someone with no noledge og the misunderstood or tony hill i have to sez this inexactness is pretty lame almost wanker stuff....lasted 10 minotes on my laptee but thatks for the memories and i drog your blog....

2:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations for your excellent blog I just discovered.
I used to be a fan of High Tide when they published their first two albums,back in the...???70´s???
So out of curiosity i´m gonna try this one.
Thanks from Brasil.FD

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