“Peter Michael HAMEL founded BETWEEN, an international band specialised in improvisational / « ethnic » rock music. The name Between comes from the fact that Hamel’s music is originaly “in-between”, always making a combination between “popular music” and “serious music”… “And the waters openened” recorded in 1973 carries on improvisations and acoustic exploration, played in a rather “spacey” rock atmosphere, sometimes closed to krautrock, weird flavour.”
Heavy psychedelic jams by members of Journey, Santana and Sly & the Family Stone.
Space jams by English space rock band Hawkwind recorded live at Liverpool Stadium 22.12.72 and at Brixton Sundown, London 30.12.72.
Lobby Loyde, “godfather of heavy rock in Australia”, with guests Thorpe and Leo de Castro jamming at the Sunbury Pop Festival.
“An obscure instrumental Krautrock band from the 70s. Ecclectic, psychedelic epic rock with lot of Hammond organs, heavy drums and jamming guitars. Their album Orion Awakes (1973) belongs to Pyramid Records archives. Amazing, catchy improvised free spacey rockin’ trip that can reminds the best efforts delivered by early Pink Floyd, Gila, Dies Irae, Jane.”