Record Collector magazine reviews Blue Cheer and Leigh Stephens releases

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RECORD COLLECTOR – April 2010 Issue
VINYL COLLECTOR

BLUE CHEER: VINCEBUS ERUPTUM (Mono Edition) – 5 STARS
BLUE CHEER: OUTSIDEINSIDE – 5 STARS
LEIGH STEPHENS: RED WEATHER – 5 STARS


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Mojo Magazine Blue Cheer “Vincebus Eruptum” Review

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MOJO – April 2010 Issue
THE VINYL COUNTDOWN #1

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Alex Chilton (1950 – 2010)

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Alex Chilton (December 28, 1950 – March 17, 2010)

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Spotlight on the Stooges

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The Stooges, led by lead singer/rock ‘n’ roll wildman Iggy Pop, were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on March 16, 2010. There’s no better way to celebrate than with searing, high-octane Stooges vinyl on Sundazed!

Order your Stooges vinyl HERE!

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Lee Freeman: November 8, 1949-February 14, 2010

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RIP, our friend, Lee Freeman. Lee, 60, rhythm guitarist for the Strawberry Alarm Clock, died of cancer Feb. 14 at his home in the Bay Area.

Freeman was an original member of the band, originally called Thee Sixpence when it was formed in 1966. Throughout the late 60′s, the SAC made consistently-great albums and singles for the UNI label. The group also supplied music for-and appeared in-the incredible A.I.P. film “Psych-Out”. Freeman, born Nov. 8, 1949, in Burbank, continued to play with the band during recent reunions.

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Richard Delvy: April 20, 1942-February 6, 2010

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Richard Delvy: April 20, 1942-February 6, 2010

Sundazed Music mourns the passing of our friend Richard Delvy, whose five-decade career exercised an immense impact upon popular music.

As a producer, musician and bandleader, Richard played a key role in the development of surf music in the 1960s. He first made his  mark as drummer of pioneering surf combo The Bel-Airs, one of the first and most influential of California’s instrumental surf outfits.  With The Bel-Airs, Delvy helped to build the foundations of the surf sound, scoring the immortal hit “Mr. Moto” while the band members were still in high school.  Richard remained in the surf vanguard as leader of The Challengers, building a large and varied body of work beginning with the seminal 1963 album Surfbeat, and playing a key role in expanding the surfer culture from regional movement to national phenomenon.

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