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Summertime Blues - Blue Cheer - Vincebus Eruptum (CD, Album)

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  1. Rock & roll had grown louder and wilder by leaps and bounds during the '60s, but when Blue Cheer emerged from San Francisco onto the national rock scene in with their debut album, Vincebus Eruptum, they crossed a line which most musicians and fans hadn't even thought to draw yet.9/
  2. Blue Cheer was an American rock band that initially performed and recorded in the late s and early s and was sporadically active until Based in San Francisco, Blue Cheer played in a psychedelic blues rock or acid rock style, and are also credited as being some of the earliest pioneers of heavy metal, with their cover of "Summertime Blues" sometimes cited as the first in the genre.
  3. Summertime Blues Written-By -- Cochran*, Capehart* Taken from: Blue Cheer -- Vincebus Eruptum Label:Philips -- PHS Format:Vinyl, LP, Stereo Country:U.
  4. As the tale goes, Blue Cheer were so loud that at one show a dog sitting on an amplifier actually exploded. Taking blues rock cues from England and adding sun-blocking stacks of Marshall amps, these acid-charred hippies not only inspired the term "power trio," they practically invented heavy metal.
  5. Blue Cheer - Vincebus Eruptum [Vinyl] - nothosrotegetistoscrimarrehamve.coinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Account Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select 4/5(1).
  6. Jul 12,  · Vincebus Eruptum is the debut album of Blue Cheer. Released on January 16, , the album features a heavy-thunderous blues sound, which would later be known as heavy metal. It also contains elements of acid rock, experimental rock, blues rock, stoner rock, and garage rock.
  7. The group's biggest hits, "Summertime Blues" and "Out of Focus," get spruced up nicely on Louder Than God, as does the remaining material from the especially small sounding Vincebus Eruptum. Obtaining this record might indeed be the best, or at least most cost-efficient way for casual fans to add essential music from the very influential Blue 9/
  8. Released in , this album rocked harder and louder than most everything that preceded it and influenced much of the hard rock that followed it. And with its opening psychedelic slaughter of Eddie Cochran’s “Summertime Blues” (which became a top 20 hit), Blue Cheer shared a dark side to San Francisco's music scene that catered more to bikers than hippies.
  9. 1. Summertime Blues [Eddie Cochran and Capehart] Well Lord I got to raise a fuss, Lord I got to raise a holler Well I been working all summer just to try and earn a dollar Well Lord I tried to call my baby, I tried to get a date.. Sometimes I wonder what I'm a-gonna do Lord there ain't no cure for the summertime blues.

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