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Category Archives: Rock
Closing out this little excursion into the Georgian music scene, we will take a listen to the album that started my interest of the Georgian language and music, 33a!
Oh, and so sorry for the loooong wait between the reviews, I’ll try to not keep you in the wait for so long.
Now, I do not confess to have the greatest knowledge about the progressive rock music of the 70’s. Still I do like listening to the classics whenever they play on the radio or when a friend plays a song. And the influence and impact it had on the music timeline is undeniable, and as far as I know, almost every country that got in contact with the American super groups tried for themselves to emulate the style, with some more successful results than others. The countries that were behind the Iron Curtain of the time had a bit more trouble to try their hands on this new music genre. Still, there were the bands that somehow got a green light to record and release an album, influenced by the “capitalist super groups”, and ივერია(Iveria) was one of those bands!
This is a quite fun 7″ I found in a box of mixed, unknown albums, behind the counter of a local records store. And before you now, my astute and lovely readers, I will to the best of my abilities recreate the entirety of the Octis and Ocrilim’s split 7″ record.
*Repeat 34 times*
Thank you, thank you!
Time for something a little less pretentious and somewhat more musically interesting; time for some experimental, psychedelic, art, noise rock.
What?! Don’t give me that look, I’m totally cereal, guise! Come on!