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Crazy Man - Josefus - Dead Man (CD, Album)


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  1. May 09,  · Dead Man, an Album by Josefus. Released in June on Hookah (catalog no. LP H; Vinyl LP). Genres: Heavy Psych, Psychedelic Rock/5(22).
  2. They recorded an album in Phoenix, Arizona, during December with producer Jim Musil, and for a short while performed under the name Come. Their next album, Dead Man, was recorded in March Josefus performed its last concert in Houston, Texas, at an auto show, though the group would later reunite in the late s.
  3. Dead Man, an Album by Josefus. Released in on TRC (catalog no. TRC ; CD). Genres: Heavy Psych, Psychedelic Rock.
  4. Listen free to Josefus – Dead Man (Crazy Man, I Need a Woman and more). 7 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at talitcompsapostreathighdeadguterconscomp.coinfo
  5. Dead Man is a 13th Floor Elevator descent headlong into southern-fried bloody Sabbath. Released on the Hookah imprint in , the LP’s gaping cranium cover, sludged-up blues, and bone-bleached riffs outsold Let It Be, if only locally, being far “too psychedelic” and skull-crushing for Houston’s International Artists label to touch.A Texas-bound band except in tracking Dead Man inside.
  6. One of the great lost albums of Southern hard rock, Dead Man was the debut album of the Houston band, Josefus. Formed in , Josefus soon garnered a huge live following, opening for acts like ZZ Top and Grand Funk Railroad. Unfortunately, their debut album, a heavy mix of Zeppelin-inspired acid rock with a Southern twist, was destined to obscurity, due largely to the fact that it was.
  7. Look into the third eye adorned on Get Off My Case’s album cover for a window into the dead end of Houston’s ’60s through the psyche of four longhairs fresh from high talitcompsapostreathighdeadguterconscomp.coinfoved in the arid, bone dry air of a Phoenix recording studio and subsequently shelved, Get Off My Case offers a precursory glimpse at early hard-rocking Texans, Josefus.