Monday, December 17, 2007

John Peterson - Where Does It Go From Here (1976)

Now I confess that I have a heart for the so called "real people" scene. Ron Moore described this album in his Underground Sounds edition as an "acoustic and electric mix with a deep acid vibe" whilst the Acid Archives found "A couple of good psychy tracks and the rest singer/songwriter mediocrity". Well in fact it's a little bit of a poor man's Tim Buckley but has a certain charme that pleases me (sometimes). The best track is arguably "Summer Is Over". But I must admit that if I'm in the mood for the "real people" thing, I'd rather go for the first "Cosmic Michael" or Peter Grudzien's "Unicorn". John Peterson was from Illinois and his album was reissued in 1997 (Psychedelic Archive Rec. PALP 1005)

- Look Around You
- Leave With The Storm
- Summer Is Over
- Where Does It Go From Here
- What Does It Matter
- Night And Day
- Growing Stronger
- I Still See You
- Many A Stream

John Peterson (vcls, gtr)

additional musicians:

Paul Bruton (lead gtr)
Dave Sellers (bs)
Steve Salisbury (drms)
[Wendy Boeke (piano)]

Band origin:
Illinois (US)

1. Where Does It Go From Here (T.J. Phoenix no#) 1976

Get it here (Artwork included / vinyl rip)

Listen to Summer Is Over


Anonymous said...

Rare for this blog, but amazing album. Really "Summer is Over" is a great song. A new obscure and great record in this blog, of course. Thankx + Thankx

Anonymous said...

Beautiful. Thankx.

Anonymous said...

F A N T A S T I C.

Many ThAnKx

Anonymous said...

fantastic well put together and very very much apppreciated this blog of yours is a great find nice sounds and notch

Anonymous said...

fantastic album