Psychedelic track from an 1985 cassette called Feed Your Head
Discogs: Originally founded in 1982 as a "psychedelic space pop" band by Gary Masters (Gary Moonboot, guitar), Kim Russell (Kim Oz, vocals) and guitarist Gary Twining. Wayne Buaku (bass) and Jim Lacey (drums) completed the band. Later they formed their own label Fungus Records and started working together with the Magick Eye Records as well. Kim Russell became Kim Masters. Soon after Marc Hunt (AKA Swordfish) replaced drummer Jim Lacey in 1989, they began to explore the Ambient-Dub (and eventually Goa/Trance/House) territory with their side-project Astralasia. While the members still considered themselves mainly as being the Magic Mushroom Band, Astralasia was a huge success from the start, and they soon spent more time on the side project than on the original formation. After the founding members Gary Moonboot and Kim Oz left, the band has been "on hold" since 1995. The side-project Astralasia is still alive and active.
hard core skate-trash-punk: 1983 album Suicidal Tendencies
Excellent amalgation of fast guitar, driving bass and drums topped by Mike Muirs acerbic polemics.
Founded in the US in 1982 Suicidal Tendencies were: Mike Muir, Mike Clark, Dean Pleasants, Ron Brunner Jr., Steve Brunner
Peelie could have used any number of sources for this track.
Possibilities are the When the Sun Goes Down, Vol. 8: Bluebird Blues album released in (1970) by RCA Victor as a collection of older material and it can also be found on: Various Artists Harmonica Blues, Vol. 2: 1946-1952 (2003)
No info as yet..........
available on CSLP 20 Various Artists - The CSA Collection Volume 3: Chant Rub A Dub
to be written
possibly a session track bbc link
UK independent band, formed: 1982-83 in Manchester/ UK - Album version was on the 1986 LP This Train...
Blackpool Uk early 80's abrasive indie/hardcore punk: track from The Gift Of Life LP
Normally a producer so the actual artist may be incorrect
source: Turnin’ Out/Can’t Step Off The Path/I’m A Living Sickness, “The Waking Dream” LP, Psycho, PSYCHO 35, 1985
available on THE HARD GRIND BLUESMAN 1956-64 (LP)
Kansas City March/Hardworking Man (B. Brown & his Rockin' McVouts)/Hard Grind/Driving Home Pt.1 (Charles Walker)/Drafted (Wilbert Harrison)/Slow Draggin'/Rockin' With "B" (B.Brown & his Rockin' McVouts)/Scratch 'N' Twist/Hard Times (The Slop) (Noble "Thin Man" Watts)/Your Evil Thoughts (Lee Roy Little)/Charles Walker Slop (Charles Walker)/Jersey City (Bobby Long)/Believe Me Darling (June Bateman)/Scratchin'/Country Boy/Cut And Dried (released 1984)