Entrance Of The Devil - Zior - Every Inch A Man (CD, Album)

Get free delivery with Amazon Prime. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Amazon Payment Products. English Choose a language for shopping. Listen Now with Amazon Music. Amazon Music Unlimited. I Really Do. Za Za Za Zilda. Love's Desire. New Land. Now I'm Sad. Give Me Love. Oh Mariya. Your Love Will Burn. I Was Fooling. Before My Eyes Go Blind. Rolling Thunder. She's a Bad, Bad Woman. Entrance of the Devil. The Chicago Spine. Have You Heard the Wind Speak. Time Is the Reason. She'll Take You Down. Dudi Judy.

Strange Kind of Magic. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Customer images. See all customer images. Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Great oldie. Memorable chorus, and vocals that remind me of Leslie West of Mountain fame. Really beautiful the way he does that.

The professional songwriting these guys possess makes it a shame they weren't more well-known. It possesses the same kind of tenderness before shifting into a speedy rhythm with Jethro Tull-like flutes. Rex sounding guitar riffage with really high pitched vocals. So far I think the songwriting is beyond amazing, seriously.

Especially considering how unknown these guys are. Throw in some harmonica and you have yourself a terrific song! The poetic nature of the vocals and the type of experimentation taking place here makes me recall a krautrock band from the same time period, such as Amon Duul II.

More like blues with a unique twist. These type of songs are impossible to dislike. Wow these guys really ARE top notch professional musicians. It's a little clunky and amateur-ish due to the simplistic way it's written but even then I enjoy the song either way. I love the lyric that goes something like "Before you wheel that suitcase out the door!

This song's awesome! This is a great blues song which emphasizes being really darn catchy- the best kind of blues. This song begins with a guitar riff almost identical to the one in Led Zeppelin's "Trampled Under Foot". The pulsating mystical drumming, the chorus "There's a straaaaange kind of magic brewin" "You don't have to know what love's all about, come on over and we can work it on out" is a great lyric Oh well. The guitar playing is appropriate and heavy in all the right ways.

The song quickly shifts into a guitar riff that's so good I can't believe how overlooked this album is! The riff then speeds up and reminds me of the band the Pink Fairies a little bit. The perfect party song! I gotta tell ya- if you're looking for songwriting that's sharp and music that's fun with an emphasis on diversity, look no further than this Zior album. Extra thanks to everyone who has been supporting us during this time!

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Every Inch A Man Cat's Eyes 3 Suspended Animation Angel Of The Highway Tracks 1 to 13 are their second studio album as ZIOR called "Every Inch A Man" - released early in Germany on Global/Interchord Records CD3 ( minutes): 1. Dog Man [Side 1] 2. Stale Flesh 3. Don't Run Me Down 4. Give Me Life 5. The /5(9).

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  1. May 03,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Zior - Every Inch A Man at Discogs. Complete your Zior collection/5(61).
  2. May 03,  · Every Inch a Man was the second and also the last record by this heavy psych/blues rock group. It continues on the same style as it's predecessor but this time the material is more consistent and also a bit heavier. Although there are still a few mediocre tracks on this album most of the material is still pretty solid/5(8).
  3. May 12,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Every Inch A Man on Discogs.3/5(2).
  4. • A year or so later, Nepentha boss Larry Page put out the German-only release “Every Inch A Man”, an equally thrilling collection that contained such archetypically demonic Zior creations as ‘Have You Heard The Wind Speak’ and ‘Entrance Of The Devil’, the latter an integral part of the band’s stage show.
  5. LP gram deluxe heavy paste-on cover Although Zior sprung from the Southend's early sixties R&B scene, Kevin Bonsor and Pete Brewer soon found branched out into more experimental territory. Well known for their interest in black magic and the occult, their wild live performances helped them grow a strong fan base, especially in Germany where their second album, Every Inch A Man.
  6. Nov 14,  · A distressed woman’s scream followed by a man’s sinister laughter sets the tone for Zior’s sophomore album as squealing guitar feedback bleeds in, opening the dark tones of “Entrance of the Evil,” a hard-grooving little intro that ushers in “The Chicago Spine” — which sounds somewhat like Black Sabbath covering Steppenwolf.
  7. Nov 03,  · 1. Entrance Of The Devil 2. The Chicago Spine 3. Have You Heard The Wind Speak? 4. Time Is The Reason 5. She'll Take You Down 6. Dudi Judy 7. Stange Kind Of Magic 8. Ride My Baby 9. Evolution Every Inch A Man Cat's Eyes Suspend Animation Angel Of The Highway.
  8. Own this for the bonus tracks. Album to be reviewed when I get to it in my vinyl. This is decent, prog flavored hard rock with a bar-band sound, and featuring some funky blues mat'l and gruffy vocals. The 8 bonus cuts included here are all good, and consistent with the stuff on the album. All 8 are taken from their second LP.

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