• truth and janey Topeka Jam: Live 1974 (double LP, £25.75)

    label: Lion Productions

    Excavated from the archives of a long-time roadie and brought back from the brink of disintegration comes this double album set featuring live material recorded during several nights in Topeka, Kansas circa 1974. Truth and Janey are captured here in raw form doing what they did best, stretching out into extended jam sessions featuring heavy guitar action from Billy Lee Janey, booming fuzz bass from Steve Bock, held together by Denis Bunce locked in the zone behind his drum kit. 'Midnight Horsemen,' originally released as as 3-minute single in 1972, is featured here as a side-long 22-minute jam and is a prime example of vintage Truth and Janey. Also included are several previously unreleased songs which have not been heard in over 40 years, as well as early versions of 'Down The Road' and 'My Mind,' from their 1976 underground hard rock classic debut album 'No Rest For The Wicked'. Side One:  Midnight Horsemen (22:34) / Side Two:  01. Help Me (6:53) 02. Country Fever (6:08) 03. My Mind (7:17) / Side Three:  Trains Must Roll (19:54) / Side Four:  01. Cut and Dried (4:44) 02. Down the Road (4:51) 03. Around and Around (4:29)

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