Epitaph - Epitaph (1971) [Reissue 2005]

....If you're looking for a piece of excellent musicianship
that has probably NEVER been played on the radio,
then Epitaph's first self-titled album/CD is for you.
Ever since I first heard this well-crafted rock album,
I was hooked.
Formed around 1969, the band is half German,
half British, and their music is like a fusion of
Deep Purple or Uriah Heep meets King Crimson.
Though they were never popular in the U.S.,
their musical creativity is on full display in every song,
including the bonus tracks!!!!

Track Listings: (DIGIPACK Polydor 2005)

1. Moving To The Country
2. Visions
3. Hopelessly
4. Little Maggie
5. Early Morning
6. London Town Girl (bonus track)
7. Autumn (bonus track)
8. Are You Ready (bonus track)
9. I'm Trying (bonus track)
10. Changing World (bonus track)


Cliff Jackson - vocal/guitar
Klaus Walz - guitar/vocal
Bernd Kolbe - bass/mellotron/vocal
Jim McGillivary - drums



Back in Purple said...

Thank you for this post! Very good album. I added your blog in my link list.

progDeaf gerEars said...

Fine , and i did the same for your nice blog

BearTheHero said...

What's The password? I was excited to unzip the file and rock out yesterday lol

BearTheHero said...

Derp, nevermind. My apologies, I found it.

progDeaf gerEars said...

Enjoy the music man ;-)