Bodkin - Three Days After Death 180 gram vinyl lp (due to size and weight, this price for the USA only. Outside of the USA, the price will be adjusted as needed)
Mega-sought after, mega-great 1972 British underground album always known as "Bodkin" but for some reason here renamed; don't worry, it's the one and only Bodkin album, which slays from beginning to end! Heavy, HEAVY progressive hard rock with lots of progressive/proto progressive elements, all driven forward by relentless Hammond organ/guitar work. An essential album from the days when hard rock could be as proggy as prog rock!
"We are proud to announce the release of this legendary underground UK album from 1972. This was a private pressing that rarely turns up. It's a beautiful example of UK music from those days when people were dreaming of a much better place to live. A heavy and hard prog trip of magnificence, with burning Hammond organ and killer fuzz lead guitars throughout. Goes along with Raw Material, Spring, Cressida and Steel Mill—nice! This issue comes with the original label artwork. Remastered 180 gm vinyl shrink-wrapped." "Bodkin were a Scottish quintet that released a self-titled album in 1972. They made a classic-sounding, rough-edged heavy progressive rock with the emphasis on Doug Rome's Hammond organ and complimented by Mick Riddle's guitar, Bill Anderson's bass, Dick Sneddon on drums and the cool wailing of Zeik Hume. Somewhat more jam-oriented than contemporaries such as Atomic Rooster or Uriah Heep (and not quite as hard-hitting), Bodkin nevertheless delivered spirited rock music with energetic interplay between guitar and organ, fine musicianship, and distractingly good compositions from the 21 year-old Doug Rome. Give it a listen, it will crush you against the wall until it is all over!"