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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Red Fox
  • ASIN: B00014NBO2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,193 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Golovanov Alexey on 29 Jun. 2011
Sir Lord Baltimore is quite a messy and confusing affair from across the ocean (Brooklyn, NY, to be more precise), which is highly praised by its US fans as "pioneering heavy metal band" and as "the godfathers of stoner rock"*. Sir Lord Baltimore holds also "great historical significance" - a review of the debut album by one Mike Saunders has the "first known reference to "heavy metal" - wow! The same unscrupulous scribe compaired Sir Lord to Led Zeppelin (!), and found it superior to LZ, and had the stupidity to call Freed and Grand Funk "leaden, plodding slop".
However, Steppenwolf already sang "heavy metal thunder" in 1968, and the same year Blue Cheer (one of the first power trios) was playing proto-metal. In 1968 the most famous proto-metal tune weas performed - "Helter Skelter", followed by depressive rhythms of Iron Butterfly, and by 1970 (when the first album was issued) the fast growing scene of hard and heavy was dominated by Grand Funk, Mountain,and Black Sabbath and Deep Purple.
The great American musical democracy by 1970 had more self-appointed "Sirs" and "Lords" than some stray mongrel had fleas - Sir Charles & Daze, Sir Douglas Quintet, Sir Michael and The Sounds, Sir Raleigh & The Cupons, Sir Winston & The Commons - it can go endlessly... The name of the new act was not so innovative, same as the formula they were trying to use - it started as another power-trio (John Garner - drums/vocals, rather unusual combination, but not unheard of, Louis Dambra on guitars, and Gary Justin - bass). Apart from the big names, it is worth paying hommage to lesser souls of hard rock trios: Peacepipe,
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By Amazon Customer on 28 Nov. 2013
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a long lost classic in Heavy rock.one album on one cd what a bargain.if you like Heavy riffs,this ones for you
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One of those well hidden gems . Stoner rock history . And two for the price of one . Don't think : buy it .
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Excellent hard rock find 13 Oct. 2012
By bk1979 - Published on Amazon.com
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This cd features the first two albums from the band Sir Lord Baltimore. Kingdom Come (1970) and the self titled Sir Lord Baltimore (1971). The band, which formed in Brooklyn New York in 1968 by John Garner who is the vocalist and drummer,Louis Dambra the guitarist, and Gary Justin the drummer.The albums have a hard rock sound similar to bands like Mountain, Frijid Pink, and Free.Because of the sound of their music, they have been known as the godfathers of stoner rock. If you ike bands like Mountain, Frijid Pink, and Free, I reccomend this album very highly.
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A Hidden Gem 15 Aug. 2013
By HashGirl Samarripa - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a amazing album with two LP's on one CD. Sir Lord Baltimore has to be one of the most underrated rock bands from the 70's this is some great quality hard rock. It's pricey because it's very rare if you love early 70's style hard rock bands like Mountain then you will love this album
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Solid hard rock 2 May 2014
By SkinnylegPete - Published on Amazon.com
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This double album is worth the price. My copy came all the way from Germany- but still only took less that two weeks to arrive! The album has some variety of material including moods from things like the Grand Funk 'red album,' and more psychedellic themes like Blue Cheer. The musicians are no slouches- including some Bonham style triplets and good use of fuzzed out guitar attack. At first the vocals seemed a bit over the top, but I came to enjoy the exuberance and energy the singer gets across. Give this band a little preview on Youtube, but if hard rock is your fave, you can't go far wrong here.
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Forgotten Heavy Psych Classics! 30 Nov. 2013
By Rare Rock Album Collector - Published on Amazon.com
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My God i never knew this band existed until i was 51 years old.I can't go 1 day without cranking it up now! Both Albums are truly lost masterpieces.Hard to pick favorite tracks but(the you can't crank it loud enough)Kingdom Come & the epic Man From Manhattan seem to be my picks! Get this CD while you can!
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One of the best hardrock bands 28 Dec. 2013
By Jeffrey Laurens - Published on Amazon.com
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Unknown but not less than Black Sabbath or Led Zeppelin. I was very impressed by their sound when I bought the lp in 1972. I'm glad that now I managed to get the cd. A must for a hardrock fan !
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