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Strange Voodoo from Electric Salad Studio: Volume 1

Label: Damp Recordings
Released: 2016
Track listing: Rising Up; Here Come The Change; No One Knows; Can’t Reach The Floor; Pushing It Too Hard; Holding A Dream; In The Here And Now (AKA An Adventure In Japanese Plum Bottleneck Glissando); There Goes Your Soul; And When You Arrive At The End You Are At The Beginning

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Deviant Amps: Strange Voodoo from Electric Salad Studio: Volume 1

Read "Strange Voodoo from Electric Salad Studio: Volume 1" reviewed by Jack Gold-Molina

Deviant Amps is a psychedelic rock juggernaut from England that was founded in 1982 by guitarist and vocalist Paul Woodwright. While the band itself is an independent festival mainstay, Woodwright is also one of the organizers of Kozfest, which takes place just after midsummer each year and features some of the finest talent the world of ...


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