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Zior

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  • Audio CD (21 July 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Repertoire Records
  • ASIN: B005LNJAC0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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"Zior" was short-lived and rather unfortunate act, which contribution to spreading around the seeds of future obsession with occult and magick is hard to overestimate. "Zior" had two incarnations (music wise): first - live band recreating black mass and trying to enchant and entrance themselves and the audience, the band of happening (in this aspect not unlike "Hawkwind" or "Magma" - one cannot really appreciate it without being there. Or being completely stoned - it concerns "Grateful Dead" also). The live gig had more importance and was more impressive than the studio work. The second "face" of "Zior" is an assembly of extremely talented and creative musicians in the studio. These two incarnations correspond to two chronological periods in brief history of "Zior": competent, but not exceptional hard-rock - 12 songs from the first (and only) official album of "Zior", 1971, and second stage is saved for posterity on so-called Second album, these are 8 bonus tracks on this CD. The second album was somehow sneaked out to Germany and released there in 1973 (without musicians permission). The second and last period of "Zior" existence was also recorded as lengthy jam sessions, due to copyright and legal issues released as Monument. The last years of "Zior" life produced amazing blend of psychedelia, progressive and hard rock.Read more ›
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This isn't a bad album, reflecting various influences from hard rock in the early 1970s.
BUT how anybody listening to this could mistake it for Wishbone Ash is beyond me! Utterly different vocals, no twin lead guitars nor the characteristic inventive shifting of lead/rhythm between Ted & Andy, far less subtlety in arrangement & playing, power bass rather than Martin Turner's much more gentle approach, and no sign of Steve Upton's signature almost-jazz drumming.
Amazon - THIS IS NOT BY WISHBONE ASH!!!
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Zior are a 4 piece satanic rock band from the UK; whose music, by the sound of it, is strongly influenced by Crazy world of Arthur Brown and Atomic Rooster. The tracks on this album vary from heavy metal (entrance of the devil). 60s style beat/psych (loves desire/now i'm sad). Blues rock (duji Judy) and satanic rock such as "your life will burn". On the CD reissue there many bonus tracks; some obscure as hell, and even singles such as "cats eyes" . Although the original album was released in 1971, many of the tracks do sound as if they were recorded back in the 1960s. (perhaps they were?). Awarded only 4 stars for the record as some tracks are a little obscure and may only appeal to those into the more esoteric side of late 60s/early 70s rock music.
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Among many bootlegs these years,expensive Japan edition,Repertoire did it finally without announcements in their catalogue.I can`t strictly put them in any pure category of the music.There's many styles here:R&B,blues,rock,progressive rock,proto-heavy metal,folk and tribal voodooism.They were into occult.Guitarist John Truba still has their stage masks which wait to second coming.Who knows,maybe.The rest was:Keith Bonsor-vocals,organ,flute and bass,Peter Brewer-drums,piano and harp and Barry Skeels-bass.Arrangements were from Peter Lee Stirling(Rumpelstiltskin...)
They recorded an album for the Beacon label under the name of Monument which was not so interesting.Worth to have and track down.
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