Emblem

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GOSPELFOLK

A major ‘60s garage/psych rarity here. Even the embarrassingly inept Emblem production values cannot stifle the raw punk enthusiasm of...

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TODAY’S WITNESS

Today’s Witness  (Emblem  JDR 345)  1973  UK *         British folk outfit with guitars, bass, flute, drums,...

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DIRECTION

Direction (Emblem  JDR 346)  1973?       Late entry for the Emblem label, still just as primitive and low-budget...

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MESSENGERS OF THE CROSS

From England’s subterranean gospel label (home of The Gospelfolk and The Sharons) comes yet another great garage band entry. The...

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CONCORDS, THE

This one did not find it's way into The Archivist, two additional songs on a 7" single, not on either...

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CONCORDS, THE

Larry Norman may not have been in diapers when this group first began playing, but he may very well still...

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CONCORDS, THE

A Turn For The Better (Emblem JDR 311) 1967 UK *   Perhaps The Concords’ style is not so much...

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PAUL BRECHT SINGERS, THE

Early Emblem recording of sometimes interesting UK '60s folk from young guy/gal six piece. Features acoustic guitar with some...

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SHARONS, THE

Someone To Turn To  (Emblem  JDR 325)  1970  UK*     In the Greenbelt Live! booklet Malcolm Dony gives a...

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