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Name:HISTORY OF POP AND ROCK MUSIC - part 249

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GRAND FUNK RAILROAD - Inside Looking Out (1970) (Atlanta Pop Festival).MPG (Size: 558.79 MB) (Files: 5)

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 HISTORY OF POP AND ROCK MUSIC.doc

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 LUCIFER'S FRIEND - Ride the sky (1971).VOB

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 WARHORSE - Ritual (1971).VOB

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PART 249



GRAND FUNK RAILROAD - Inside Looking Out (1970) (Atlanta Pop Festival)
LUCIFER\'S FRIEND - Ride the sky (1971)
WARHORSE - Ritual (1971)



The second Atlanta International Pop Festival was a music festival held at the Middle Georgia Raceway in Byron, Georgia. Originally scheduled for July 3 to July 5, 1970, it did not finish until near dawn on the 6th. Like the Woodstock festival the previous summer, the event was promoted as \"three days of peace, love and music.\" Performers included The Allman Brothers Band, Jethro Tull , Terry Reid, B.B. King, Procol Harum, Jimi Hendrix, Chambers Brothers, Poco, Grand Funk Railroad, Captain Beefheart, Ravi Shankar, 10 Years After, Johnny Winter, John Sebastian, Mountain, and Spirit
Lucifer\'s Friend was a 1970s German rock band. Lucifer\'s Friend was known for changing musical styles and influences on each album. The self-titled 1970 debut had dark lyrics and a stripped-down guitar and organ style and sounded similar to Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. That album is still sought after by fans of early heavy metal music. The second album, \"Where the Groupies Killed the Blues\", took an entirely different direction; it was a very experimental album of progressive and psychedelic rock, mostly composed by John O\'Brien Docker. So Allmusic author, Eduardo Rivadavia, noted the group as, \"early practitioners of heavy metal and progressive rock.\"
On the third album,\"I\'m Just a Rock & Roll Singer\", they changed direction again, this time in the straightforward rock style popularized by such groups as Grand Funk Railroad, and gritty \"life on the road\" themes in the lyrics. Banquet featured extended, multi-layered jazz fusion compositions and a 30-piece backup band, alternating with some shorter tracks reminiscent of Chicago and Traffic. Those first four albums are all concept albums of a sort and along with the self-titled Asterix album are the most sought after today. \"Ride the sky\" is the opening track on their album \" Lucifer\'s Friend\", released in 1971, and was the lead single from the album.
Warhorse were a British band formed by the former Deep Purple bassist, Nick Simper. Simper left Deep Purple in 1969, and joined Marsha Hunt\'s backing band. Not long after, Simper replaced her backing band with Ged Peck on guitar and Mac Poole on drums. When Hunt became pregnant, the band stopped touring, and Simper and Peck re-organized the group as Warhorse. Warhorse released their debut album, \"Warhorse\" in November 1970. The band began to tour, but made little progress, and the album failed to chart. A single, \"St. Louis\", was also released, which also failed to chart. By 1971, after arguments about style, Peck left and moved to classical guitar playing. He was replaced by Pete Parks. In June 1972, their next album \"Red Sea\" was released, but soon after its release, Warhorse were dropped from the label. Around the same time, Poole decided to leave Warhorse, for Gong. Warhorse\'s last concert in 1974 was at Polhill College, Bedford.

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