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Reacting to "Ibiza Flight" and "Blahsha" by Triode from the French band's 1971 album On N'A Pas Fini D'Avoir Tout Vu.

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Credits:
Artwork – René Oghia
Bass Guitar – Pierre Yves Sorin*
Drums – Didier Hauck
Engineer – Claude Martenot
Flute – Michel Edelin
Guitar – Pierre Chereze*
Percussion – Olav Estienne
Producer – Gérard Terrones

#JazzRockPsych #1971Music #AlbumsFrom1971 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Le Monstre de la Main Ou the Main Monster" and "Y'a Juste de T'ça" by Vos Voisins from the French-Canadian band's 1971 album Holocauste À Montréal.

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Credits:
Bass Guitar – André Parenteau
Drums, Percussion, Voice – Pierre Ringuet
Engineer – Michel Lachance
Guitar – Serge Vallières
Piano, Organ, Synthesizer, Voice – Jacques Perron

#VosVoisins #1971Music #AlbumsFrom1971 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "La Dune Fée" and "Eloge de la Folie" by Triangle from the French band's 1973 third album Homonymie.

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Credits:
Bass Guitar – René Devaux (2)
Drums – Jean-Pierre Prévotat
Guitar – Marius Lorenzini
Layout [Maquette] – Jacques Combet
Lyrics By, Music By – Triangle
Management [Equipement] – Ali Teraï, Didier Bricot, Félix Bussy, Philippe Lemenuel
Photography By – Didier Duval
Synthesizer, Keyboards, Wind – François Jeanneau
Vocals, Guitar – Denis Duhazé
Violin – Stephane Grappelli

#FrenchPsych #1973Music #AlbumsFrom1973

Reacting to "Mexico" and "Evasive Dreams Beyond" by Thors Hammer from the Danish band's 1971 self-titled album.

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Credits:
Bass – Henrik Bødtcher
Drums – Simon Koppel
Guitar, Piano – Michael Bruun
Organ, Piano – Henrik Langkilde
Saxophone [Tenor, Alto And Soprano] – Jesper Neehammer
Vocals – Peter Nielsen

Engineer – Bent Hulsrøj
Producer – Freddy Hansson, Leif Pedersen

#ThorsHammer #1971Music #AlbumsFrom1971 #DanishJazzRock #reactionvideos

Reacting to the song sequences "Where Is the Bar, Clay?/Caligula's Suite In Horror Minor/My Grandmother Likes Andy Williams, Too" and "...And The Producer Got Mad/Glove Story" by Recreation from the Belgian band's 1972 album Music or Not Music.

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Drums – Francis Lonneux
Guitar, Bass – Jean-Paul Van Den Bossche
Illustration – Nicole Claveloux
Organ, Piano – Jean-Jacques Falaise

#OrganPsych #1972Music #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Escape From the Storm" and "Lady With the Veil" by Kalevala from the Finnish band's 1972 album People No Names.

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Credits:
Bass Guitar – Lido Salonen
Composed By [All Compositions By] – Matti Kurkinen
Drums, Percussion – Markku Luukkanen
Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Leslie Guitar] – Matti Kurkinen
Engineer [Engineered By] – Karl Tamminen, Reino Aaltonen
Guest [Kalevala Mates], Acoustic Guitar – Ile Kallio (tracks: A3)
Guest [Kalevala Mates], Flute – Raimo Wallen
Guest [Kalevala Mates], Piano, Electric Piano – Olli Ahvenlahti
Lyrics By – Harri Saksala
Producer [Produced By] – Jukka Hauru
Translated By – Mats Huldén
Vocals, Harmonica, Percussion – Harri Saksala

#FinnishPsych #1972Music #reactionvideos

Reacting to "(Sweet) Sleeping Sixteen" and "Christo Said" by Womega from the Belgian band's 1975 album A Quick Step.

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Credits:
Bass – Jen Vanlessen
Brass, Flute – Paul Peters
Drums – Jos Bertrand
Engineer – Colin James Bateman
Guitar – Duk Vanlessen, Jos Vanlessen
Keyboards – Paul Vrijens
Producer – Johann Dubois, Paul Vrijens
Vocals – Herman Merken

#BelgianPsych #1975Music #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Metsonpeliä" by Pekka Pohjola from the Finnish bassist/composer's 1972 album Pihkasilmä Kaarnakorva.

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Credits:
Clarinet – Risto Pensola
Design [Designer] – Mats Huldén
Drums – Reino Laine
Engineer – Antti Joki, Erkki Hyvönen, Kari Tamminen
Organ – Jukka Gustavson
Piano, Bass, Violin, Composed By, Arranged By – Pekka Pohjola
Soprano Saxophone, Flute – Pekka Pöyry
Supervised By – Måns Groundstroem

#PekkaPohjola #1972Music #ReinoLaine #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Keep the Day Cool" and "Hot Dog" by Shampoo from the Belgian jazz-rock/psych band's 1971 album Volume One.

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Credits:
Bass [Uncredited] – Rudy Pinlée
Drums [Uncredited] – Cel De Cauwer
Organ [Uncredited], Piano [Uncredited], Vocals [Uncredited] – Luc Smets
Photography By, Design – Luk Rijckaert
Producer, Guitar [Uncredited] – Yves De Vriendt
Saxophone [Uncredited] – François Maes, Giorgio Chitschenko

#JazzPsych #1971Music #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Life" and "The Youngest Day" by Waterloo from the Belgian psych band's 1970 album First Battle.

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Credits:
Artwork, Layout – Alain Robert
Bass – Jean-Paul Janssens
Drums – Jacky Mauer
Guitar – Gus Roan
Lead Vocals, Flute – Dirk Bogaert
Organ – Marc Malyster
Producer – Jean Martin (6)
Saxophone – John Van Rymenant
Bass – Jean-Paul Musette
Drums – Jacky Mauer*
Organ – Frank Wuyts

#BelgianPsych #1970Music #reactionvideos

Reacting to "You Got Me Hummin'" and "Planes" by Placebo from the Belgian jazz-psych band's 1971 album Ball of Eyes.

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Credits:
Baritone Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Flute, Percussion – Johnny Dover
Bass – Nick Kletchkovsky
Design [Cover] – Micheline Stainier
Drums, Percussion – Freddy Rottier*
Photography By [Cover] – Robert Pernet
Photography By [Inside] – Marc Francart*
Piano, Electric Piano, Electric Harpsichord, Melodica, Arranged By – Marc Moulin
Producer – Jean Huysmans
Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Alex Scorier
Trumpet – Nic Fissette*
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Richard Rousselet

#MarcMoulin #1971Music #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Great Lager Street" and "Sophie's Cat" by ARC from the English band's 1971 album ...At This.

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Credits:
Micky Gallagher — piano, organ, guitar, vocals
John Turnbull — guitar, percussion, vocals
David Montgomery — drums, percussion
Tom Duffy — bass, vocals

#MickyGallagher #1971Music #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Long Live Man Dead" and "Time and Space" by Gnidrolog from the English band's 1972 album ...In Spite of Harry's Toe-Nail.

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Credits:
Bass, Cello – Peter Cowling
Composed By, Arranged By – Gnidrolog
Lead Guitar, Vocals – Stewart Goldring
Lead Vocals, Guitar, Recorder, Tenor Saxophone, Horn, Harmonica – Colin Goldring
Lyrics By – S.Goldring*
Percussion, Flute, Oboe, Piano – Nigel Pegrum
Producer – John Schroeder

#Gnidrolog #1972Music #reactionvideos

Reacting to "No More Blues" and "What?" by Jukka Hauru from the Finnish jazz-rock guitarist's 1972 album Information.

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#JukkaHauru #1972Music #FinnishJazzRock #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Gong-Gong the Elephant Song" and "Across the Windowsill" by Burnin' Red Ivanhoe from the Danish band's 1970 self-titled second album.

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Credits:
Bass – Jess Staehr*
Cover [Design] – Burnin Red Ivanhoe, Poul Bruun
Drums – Bo Thrige Andersen
Engineer [Recording] – Mike Ross*
Harmonica, Trombone, Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Kim Menzer
Lacquer Cut By – T*
Photography By – Poul Bruun
Producer – Eddie Lee Beppeaux, Tone Reeves
Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Organ – Karsten Vogel
Vocals, Guitar – Ole Fick

#BurninRedIvanhoe #1970Music #KarstenVogel #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Papillon" and "Grand Canyon Suite: IV. The Rapids | V. The Mighty Colorado" by Refugee from the symphonic supertrio's 1974 self-titled album, featuring keyboardist Patrick Moraz and the rhythm section of The Nice.

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Patrick Moraz - mini-moog, AKS synthesiser, piano, electric piano, clavinet, organ, pipe organ, marimbaphone, alpine horn, electronic slinky, mellotron, occasional vocals
Lee Jackson - bass, electric cello, guitar, 12-string acoustic guitar, lead vocals
Brian Davison - drums, tympani, gongs, Tibetan temple bells, African drums, kabassa, broken glass

#PatrickMoraz #1974Music #45YearsSince1974 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "The Guru's Breakdance" and "Traumland" by Sportquartett from the German band's 1984 self-titled album.

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#GermanJazzRock #1984Music #35YearsSince1984 #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Tête de Mort" and "L'envers est L'endroit" by So & Co from the French psych band's 1975 self-titled album.

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Credits:
Bass, Guitar, Vocals, Piano, Recorded By – Jacques Brely*
Drums, Guitar, Percussion – Patrice Cramer
Guitar, Piano, Vocals, Percussion – François Ovide
Mixed By – Andy Scott, Dominique Blanc-Francart*
Producer – Gérard Entremont
Recorded By – Gilbert Grenier
Recorded By, Artwork By – Patrice Cramer
Saxophone, Vocals, Wind – Alain Potier

#AvantPsych #1975Music #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Electronic Baby" and "Let It All Hang Out" by Mr. Albert Show from the Dutch sax/organ-rock band's 1971 second album Warm Motor.

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Bass – Tom Fautubun
Design [Album] – Joost Swarte
Drums, Percussion – Broer Bogaart
Lead Guitar – Eric Lintermans
Lead Vocals, Saxophone, Flute, Guitar, Keyboards, Vibraphone [Vibes] – Bertus Borgers
Organ, Piano, Blues Harp, Keyboards – Bonki Bongaerts*
Producer – Peter Koelewijn

#MrAlbertShow #1971Music #HeavyPsych #reactionvideos

Reacting to "City of the Damned" and "Victimized" by Rikki and the Last Days of Earth from the London band's 1977 single, later included on their 1978 album Four Minute Warning.

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Credits:
Bass – Andy Prince
Drums – Hugh Inge Innes Lillingstone
Guitar – Valac Van Der Veene
Keyboards – Nik Weiss
Mastered By – MELYS
Producer – Rikki Sylvan
Vocals – Rikki Sylvan

#RikkiAndTheLastDaysOfEarth #1977Music #77Punk #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Let Love Flow For Peace" and "Mood I L.O.V.E. Love" by Sunbear from the American jazz-funk/soul combo's 1977 self-titled album.

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Credits
Acoustic Guitar – Werner Schuchner
Alto Saxophone – Ernie Watts
Arranged By – Greg Phillinganes (tracks: A2, B5), Sunbear
Arranged By [Horns] – John Parrish
Arranged By [Rhythms] – Sunbear
Arranged By [Vocals] – Dick Griffey, Sunbear
Backing Vocals – Carolyn Lucas*, Walter Scott
Baritone Saxophone – Jackie Kelso
Bass – Werner Schuchner
Clavinet – Ahaguna Sun, Greg Phillinganes, Roger Smith (6)
Composed By – Ahaguna Sun, Werner Schuchner
Drums – Ahaguna Sun
Electric Piano – Ahaguna Sun, Greg Phillinganes, Roger Smith (6), Werner Schuchner
Engineer [Mastering] – Richard Simpson
Engineer [Mixing] – Don Holden
Engineer [Recording] – Don Holden
Executive-Producer – Dick Griffey, Don Cornelius
Flugelhorn – John Parrish, Oscar Brashear
Flute – Ernie Watts
Guitar – Werner Schuchner
Harp – Greg Phillinganes
Organ – Jesse Butler
Percussion – Ahaguna Sun, Werner Schuchner
Photography By – Ron Slenzak
Piano – Greg Phillinganes
Producer – Dick Griffey, Don Cornelius, Sunbear
Synthesizer [Moog] – Greg Phillinganes, Roger Smith (6)
Tenor Saxophone – Ernie Watts, Bill Greene*
Trombone ..

Reacting to "One Man Band (Plays All Alone)" and "Give In To Love" by Ronnie Dyson from the American soul singer's 1973 album One Man Band.

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#RonnieDyson #ThomBell #1973Music #TriMaxSoul #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Una Casa Piena di Stracci" and "Alle 4 di Mattina" by Mauro Pelosi from the Italian singer/songwriter's 1977 self-titled third album.

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Credits:
Arranged By – Pinuccio Pirazzoli
Bass – Pinuccio Pirazzoli
Electric Guitar – "Bambi" P.N. Fossati, Ricky Belloni
Guitar – Claudio Bazzari, Mauro Pelosi, Pinuccio Pirazzoli
Harmonica – Edoardo Bennato
Percussion – George Aghedo, Mauro Paoluzzi
Piano – Alberto Mompelio
Violin – Lucio Fabbri

#MauroPelosi #1977Music #ItalianProg #reactionvideos

Reacting to "Crossover" by Tom Ranier from the jazz-funk keyboardist's 1976 album Ranier.

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Credits:
Bass – Dave Parlato
Drums – Bart Hall
Engineer [Recording], Engineer [Remix] – Randy Nicklaus
Guitar – Peter Woodford
Keyboards, Synthesizer, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Tom Ranier
Percussion, Congas – Laudir De Oliveira
Photography By – Kenneth McGowan
Producer – John Court
Saxophone – Tom Ranier
Trombone – Frank Rosolino
Vocals – Pattie Brooks, Petsye Powell

#TomRanier #1976Music #JazzFunk #reactionvideos

Reacting to "At My Home" by Twenty Sixty Six and Then from the German hard-rock/psych band's 1972 album Reflections on the Future, plus the 1971 track "I Wanna Stay," released on the album's expanded reissue Reflections on the Past.

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Credits:
Bass – Dieter Bauer
Drums – Konstantin Bommarius
Guest, Drums – Curt Cress
Guest, Flute – Wolfgang Schönbrot
Guitar [Guitars] – Gagey Mrozeck*
Illustration [Cover-Illustration] – Günter Karl
Keyboards – Steve Robinson, Veit Marvos
Lead Vocals, Lyrics By – Geff Harrison

#TwentySixtySixAndThen #1972Music #GermanRock #reactionvideos

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The years 1970 through 1985 produced at least 1,000 wonderful albums each... a lifetime supply of musical joy and discovery from this magical 15-year timeframe.