2011 limited edition LP replica release by Phoenix Records. Classic wasted stoner rock from 1971. Joint 1st in Julian Cope’s Top 50 Japanese album chart (along with Flower Traveling Band’s Satori). Speed, Glue & Shinki's landmark debut album, 1971's Eve, is one of the greatest contradictions of its time (maybe all time): a primitive, deranged, and at times downright sloppy mutation of acid blues and proto-metal, akin to the Bloomfield/Kooper/Stills Super Session crashing headlong into earliest Zeppelin and Sabbath records, as performed by musicians whose instrumental chops were actually beyond reproach…but you'd never be able to tell from this!
Julian Lennon is a British musician and photographer. He is the first child of John Lennon with his first wife, Cynthia. The Beatles' manager, Brian Epstein, was his godfather. Lennon was named after his paternal grandmother, Julia Lennon. Lennon was the direct inspiration for three Beatles' songs: "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds", "Hey Jude" and "Good Night". He is devoted to philanthropic endeavors, most notably his own White Feather Foundation and the Whaledreamers Organization, both of which promote the co-existence of all species and the health and well-being of the Earth. The Secret Value of Daydreaming is the second studio album by Julian Lennon.
‘Coming Home’ is Julian Sas’s ninth studio album and the first as a foursome with new addition Roland Bakker on keyboards. Fans and critics paying attention to detail already noticed on Sas’s previous outing ‘Bound To Roll’, a modest change of direction. Especially the fat Hammond organ licks caught their attention. A song that highlights the new direction is the dark sounding ‘A Change Is Gonna Come’ in which Julian Sas on guitar and Roland Bakker on keyboard play a joint melody-line. The lyric, Julian explains, is about the quest of man. Where and why? Aren’t we all looking for a change? A life of freedom in every sense without fear? A life without threads of religious or political fanatics? Many of the songs on ‘Coming Home’ are about freedom, spiritual and physical, about taking responsibility and the like…
Julian Bream is one of the most famous classical guitarists of the twentieth century and he has achieved worldwide fame not only for the guitar but also for his work with the Renaissance Lute. He is considered to be one of the most important ambassadors of the classical guitar and has formed a solid bridge between the music of the past with the technology of today. He helped usher the classical guitar into the modern age.