Sunday, December 5, 2010

Who can help??

This song in full lenght Africa Show - “Massanga Mama”


Thursday, August 26, 2010

This is the end of Chrisgoesrock

Admin Reply:

I have closed my blog myself, i have a new job and have no time for blogging anymore.

Search after other musicblogs, i'm sure you will find a new one. Happy music hunting!! :-)

I thank you all for everything over the years.


Friday, August 20, 2010

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Saturday, July 31, 2010


Friday 30

Blog is deleted again, will add a new one in august-september, don't know exactly when.


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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

ChrisgoesInrock Huddinge Hill dropoutrecords Chrisgoesrock again

he he he fuck the nerds !!! YES HE IS BACK AGAIN !!!!

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Ink 2009

Peter Stark - Mushroom Country

Another private pressing from a band that recorded a single record only to disappear without trace immediately after. Peter Stark's Mushroom Country, with its unusual phallic mushroom artwork and 'cosmic folk' groove, has become an extremely collectable album of late. Recorded at The Mike studio in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the album appeared on the Montage label in 1976, although for some reason no catalogue number was assigned. The album features 8 original works by Stark and his brother Ben, and a particularly fine cover of Donovan's 'Hey Gyp'. Musically, the album takes us on a tour of genres, from the instrumental 'Raga For Bayleaf', the folky 'You Make Me Feel' and the blues of 'Searching'. There is a real charm about Mushroom Country, with its varied instrumental accompaniment to Stark's vocals and fluid guitar and a 'we're having a great time doing this' vibe that pervades throughout. Hippie folk? Well, possibly, but none the worse for that. (
PW zille71


Saturday, November 14, 2009

Damo Suzuki Band - V.E.R.N.I.S.S.A.G.E

Despite the fact that two-thirds of Damo Suzuki's lyrics are incomprehensible, the power of Suzuki's delivery makes it okay. Vernissage, released in 1998, features the sprawling songs that guarantee Damo Suzuki Band will never get airplay on the local station (the shortest song on this record is over 8 minutes, the longest an epochal 26:39). Ever since Damo Suzuki added his primal vocal power to Krautrock pioneers Can, he has been exploding conceptions of what constitutes how rock is done. Take for example the fact that, beginning with Vernissage, his band apparently intend only to release live albums -- some of which are seven CDs long (P.R.O.M.I.S.E.). Listeners will recognize in Vernissage what could be described as the Police meets Pink Floyd as interpreted by Can. Here you have former Can drummer Jaki Leibezeit's trademark rhythms holding down occasional bursts of '80s-style keyboard and David Gilmore-esque arpeggios, while Suzuki's howls swell and shrink as the obvious impresario sees fit. If you have the head space to drift in and out of your own thoughts during a 20-plus-minute song, then Vernissage might provide a comforting aural landscape in which to do it.
PW zille71

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Update Music Order

If you know some other ! Let me know this ......

Thursday, August 27, 2009


This is the best Blog from the last month, rare Vinyl collection in a very good quality !!!

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Friday, February 20, 2009




The requested site "chrisgoesrock" is not registered at uCoz Web Services

Friday, February 6, 2009

Chrisgoesrock-blog ( new URL )

Chrisgoesrock is down again !!!!!

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Tuesday, September 2, 2008

REQUEST who can help me ??

Montoro - Esencia 1991, spanish group


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