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Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Hell Preachers Inc. - Supreme Psychedelic Underground (USA, 1968)

A very rare record from 1968. Hell Preachers seems to me like a band which is formed just for this project. They don't have any recording except this LP. But also there are some rumours around which say that the whole album has been recorded by Deep Purple (band members: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Paice, Jon Lord) ; but it's just a rumour, so I'm not sure. And I didn't know anything else about this magnificient psychedelic album...The music is great, that's certain! Enjoy!

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Blogger crampboy said...

hallo....thanx 4 the good info about psychedelic music.....nice work....sure turkish 60's & 70's have many things to all!!!great bands....still have......
how can i download this band "hell preachers inc."?????
may i????...please!!

greetings from greece!!

10:35 PM  
Blogger raremarc said...

welcome to this virtual underground world of share :)
very good music.
good luck, and see u

10:57 PM  
Blogger QQF resident said...

That's a mouth-watering blog profile you put up. Will be looking forward to future shares here ;)

1:07 AM  
Blogger GarColga said...

Wow never heard of this! Thanks!!

2:36 AM  
Blogger Santo said...

Is this an instrumental recording?

7:28 AM  
Blogger litlgrey said...

Europa, much like Alshire, was one of the cheapie labels in the D.L. Mueller/Miller orbit, meaning that nothing you ever heard or saw about it was quite what bit seemed. Like Animated Egg which also appeared on Europa about the same time (see the rear cover scan), artists such as "The Hell Preachers" appeared under pseudonyms and Mueller was the inevitable beneficiary of the publishing rights. Much can thankfully be found on the web about this, thanks in no small part to the efforts of websites like Space Age Pop.
And no, I don't work for any of 'em!

3:56 AM  
Blogger dan said...

Thanks for sharing this album,
if you don't mind, I mentioned it on my 2nd blog ,

if you have the time go see it once, I put there all the various music I like that people must discover.
keep up the good work

7:05 PM  
Blogger unknown said...

great LP

10:24 PM  
Blogger Zarles Kreiger said...

awesome blog :), is it possible to re-post this LP, ive been trying to get my hands on it for such a long time,and when i find it the link is dead, if you can that would be terrific


3:21 PM  
Blogger I Want Tonta The Indian! said...

ok dan,

phil aka fried icecream from uk here - i've got this LP and included shalom on a mix a few years back - great sound fx - preacher man is the obvious 'funky' tune whichi've played on a few occasions too - turkish prog/psyche is v big in uk these days with b-music etc digging up lots of classic material = love to hear more from this site - all the best

10:26 PM  
Blogger Neil Partrick said...

I wonder if anybody has been able to download this successfully. I am in Dubai and the local telecom provider is pretty restrictive, maybe thats the problem. I used to love this LP and havent heard it for 25 years. Yours, in great frustration. DN

1:15 PM  

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