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“His guitar work with Rocket 455 is the most quintessentially “Detroit” rock and roll this side of the MC5. The record was recorded in a 100-year-old, vacant house in Detroit, and features songs popularized by the likes of Son House, I.D. Stamper, Blind Lemon Jefferson, and Brother Will Hairston.”

The founding member of the ’90s garage gods, THE GORIES, Dan Kroha has released his first solo album “Angels Watching Over Me,” available NOW via Third Man Records.







From The Gories “The Shaw Tapes: Live in Detroit 5/27/88” (2013, Third Man Records)




(via “Some great covers by Ty Segall” via Walking With The Beast)

Photo: Paula Soler-Moya


The Heidelberg Project:
Bringing Color, Art, and Controversy to a Decaying Part of Detroit

スゴイ。スゴイ。

Photo: Tocqueville 2012

The Spike Drivers – Strange Mysterious Sounds (Swingin’ Time, 1967)


Ted Lucas flirted with fame in the late 60s in the Spike Drivers and Misty Wizards, studied with Ravi Shankar, went home to Detroit and played sitar for Motown, and recorded his album, referred to by family and friends as The OM Record (after Ted’s private label name), in Detroit and Nashville.”