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Indescribably Delicious - Good Enough to Eat (1999)

2-06-2015, 16:01
Rock | FLAC / APE

Indescribably Delicious - Good Enough to Eat (1999)

Artist: Indescribably Delicious
Title Of Album: Good Enough to Eat
Year Of Release: 1969
Label: Akarma/AK 046
Genre: Psychedelic Rock
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 27:09
Total Size: 128 mb
WebSite: discogs


01. It's Been A Hard Day (1:58)
02. Big Ben (2:39)
03. Is It Love (2:42)
04. The Kids Are Alright (2:05)
05. Baby I Love You (2:16)
06. Brother Where Are You (2:44)
07. I Gotta Love You Again (1:56)
08. Take A Little Bit Of Lovin (1:52)
09. The Rest Of My Life (2:16)
10. Take Me For One Last Ride (2:33)
11. In Too Deep (1:41)
12. The World Is Ended Right Now (2:28)

Another one of Bill Holme's All American Releases, Indescribably Delicious was formed in the Bay Area of California in the early 60's. The band became local favorites and by the mid 1960's was opening for such acts as Steppenwolf, The Turtles, The Yardbirds and many more. The band consisted of Jim Conroy on vocals, Gary Solomon on vocals and sax, Greg Munford played guitar, keyboards and sang, Art Johnson was on rhythm guitar and Mark Cohen the drummer. The band recorded singles for the All American label and in 1969 completed their first album that was never released. The music of the band ranges from an r&b beat style similar to the Animals (with vocals remarkably sounding like Eric Burdon) to pop and even garage sounds. This album contains a dozen songs mostly written by band members except for a fantastic poppy cover of Pete Townsend's (The Who) classic, The Kids Are Alright, and two other obscure blues numbers. In the same vein as the more "popular" bands of the day such as Shadows Of Night, Every Mother's Son, The Monkees or the Outsiders, The Indescribably Delicious is one of those long lost gems that are waiting to be discovered. The only downside to this album is that it clocks in at under 30 minutes and leaves the listener wanting more.

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