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3CD Set Exploring Rock's Dark Underbelly And Explorations In The Occult, Witchcraft, Bad Majick And Satanism From 1966 Onwards. From Monstrous Heavyweights Genesis, Jethro Tull, Free, Black Widow, Cozy Powell And Van Der Graaf Generator To Unexpected Dabblers Such As Sandie Shaw, Strawbs And Dave Dee And Co. Curated And Overseen By Martin 'Cally' Callomon Of Antar, Bam-Caruso And Penkiln Burn Stock. As the Fab dream of the first half of the 1960s began to fade and the acid took it's unpredictable hold, spirituality in it's many forms provided some outlet for many of pop and rock's weariest souls and most enthusiastic experimenters. As the rock became harder and more progressive, the drugs grew dirtier and peace and love began to falter, the individualistic indulgence promised by the occult and it's many sisters drew it's cloak around already established acts and birthed countless other bastard and hybrid offspring. Divided into several offshoots and outlets - Buried Underground, Phantom Sabbaths, Popular Satanism, She Devils, Folk Devils, Evil Jazz, Beelzefunk and Incantation Chants - 'The Devil Rides In' captures a snapshot of that time and place, when rock, jazz, funk and folk took a step into the darkness, returning with tales of possession, witchcraft, covens, occult ceremonies, black masses, sabbats and encounters with He Who Walks Backwards himself. Enthusiastic and celebratory in places, damaged and cautionary in others, these artists offered a counter balance to the thread of Christian and Eastern spirituality also working it's way into rock at that time. Sometimes overtly, sometimes veiled, but always with something to say.
3CD Set Exploring Rock's Dark Underbelly And Explorations In The Occult, Witchcraft, Bad Majick And Satanism From 1966 Onwards. From Monstrous Heavyweights Genesis, Jethro Tull, Free, Black Widow, Cozy Powell And Van Der Graaf Generator To Unexpected Dabblers Such As Sandie Shaw, Strawbs And Dave Dee And Co. Curated And Overseen By Martin 'Cally' Callomon Of Antar, Bam-Caruso And Penkiln Burn Stock. As the Fab dream of the first half of the 1960s began to fade and the acid took it's unpredictable hold, spirituality in it's many forms provided some outlet for many of pop and rock's weariest souls and most enthusiastic experimenters. As the rock became harder and more progressive, the drugs grew dirtier and peace and love began to falter, the individualistic indulgence promised by the occult and it's many sisters drew it's cloak around already established acts and birthed countless other bastard and hybrid offspring. Divided into several offshoots and outlets - Buried Underground, Phantom Sabbaths, Popular Satanism, She Devils, Folk Devils, Evil Jazz, Beelzefunk and Incantation Chants - 'The Devil Rides In' captures a snapshot of that time and place, when rock, jazz, funk and folk took a step into the darkness, returning with tales of possession, witchcraft, covens, occult ceremonies, black masses, sabbats and encounters with He Who Walks Backwards himself. Enthusiastic and celebratory in places, damaged and cautionary in others, these artists offered a counter balance to the thread of Christian and Eastern spirituality also working it's way into rock at that time. Sometimes overtly, sometimes veiled, but always with something to say.
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Devil Rides In: Spellbinding Satanic Magick / Var - Devil Rides In: Spellbinding Satanic Magick / Var

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Format: CD
Label: STRAWBERRY
Rel. Date: 08/02/2024
UPC: 5013929432635

Devil Rides In: Spellbinding Satanic Magick / Var
Artist: Devil Rides In: Spellbinding Satanic Magick / Var
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Atomic Rooster- Death Walks Behind You
2. Free- Seven Angels
3. Argent -Dance in the Smoke
4. The Gun- Race with Devil
5. Complex -Witch's Spell
6. Leviathan- Flames
7. Writing on the Wall-Lucifer Corpus
8. Genesis- One-Eyed Hound
9. Harsh Reality- Heaven and Hell
10. Van Der Graaf Generator- the White Hammer
11. Dr. Z- Evil Woman's Manly Child
12. Graham Bond- the Pentagram Ritual
13. Zior -Entrance of the Devil
14. Sam Gopal- the Dark Lord
15. The Open Mind Magic Potion
16. Elias Hulk- Nightmare
17. The Flying Machine -The Devil Has Possession of Your Mind
18. The Creation- Nightmares
19. The Easybeats- Heaven and Hell
20. Elmer Gantry's Velvet
21. Opera -Talk of the Devil
22. Fancy -Between the Devil and Me
23. Icarus - Devil Rides Out
24. The In-Be-Tween- Girl
25. Child, I Am An Evil Witchman 8 Nirvana- Christopher Lucifer
26. Paul's Troubles -The Devil Jumps Up
27. Tintern Abbey- Witchcraft
28. The Move- Night of Fear
29. Curved Air- Screw
30. Jacula- Long Black Magic Night
31. Julian's Treatment- the Black Tower
32. Man- Erotica
33. Sandie Shaw- Sympathy for the Devil
34. Coven- Pact with Lucifer
35. Jade Bad Magic
36. Jethro Tull- the Witch's Promise
37. Strawbs- Keep the Devil Outside
38. Comus- the Bite
39. Third Ear Band- Devil Weed
40. Family- Anyway
41. Mighty Baby- Devil's Whisper
42. The Crazy World of Arthur Brown -Devil's Grip
43. Blodwyn Pig- the Modern Alchemist
44. Manfred Mann Chapter
45. III -Devil Woman
46. Curtis Knight Zeus- the Devil Made Me Do It
47. Onyx- Air
48. Shape of the Rain -Big Black Bird
49. Jason Crest- Black Mass
50. The Accent- Red Sky at Night
51. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Titch- the Sun Goes Down
52. The Laurels- Devil's Well
53. Tear Gas- Witches Come Today
54. Black Widow- Come to the Sabbat
55. Lucifer's Friend- Ride the Sky
56. Cozy Powell- Dance with the Devil
57. Titanic- Heia Valenga

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3CD Set Exploring Rock's Dark Underbelly And Explorations In The Occult, Witchcraft, Bad Majick And Satanism From 1966 Onwards. From Monstrous Heavyweights Genesis, Jethro Tull, Free, Black Widow, Cozy Powell And Van Der Graaf Generator To Unexpected Dabblers Such As Sandie Shaw, Strawbs And Dave Dee And Co. Curated And Overseen By Martin 'Cally' Callomon Of Antar, Bam-Caruso And Penkiln Burn Stock. As the Fab dream of the first half of the 1960s began to fade and the acid took it's unpredictable hold, spirituality in it's many forms provided some outlet for many of pop and rock's weariest souls and most enthusiastic experimenters. As the rock became harder and more progressive, the drugs grew dirtier and peace and love began to falter, the individualistic indulgence promised by the occult and it's many sisters drew it's cloak around already established acts and birthed countless other bastard and hybrid offspring. Divided into several offshoots and outlets - Buried Underground, Phantom Sabbaths, Popular Satanism, She Devils, Folk Devils, Evil Jazz, Beelzefunk and Incantation Chants - 'The Devil Rides In' captures a snapshot of that time and place, when rock, jazz, funk and folk took a step into the darkness, returning with tales of possession, witchcraft, covens, occult ceremonies, black masses, sabbats and encounters with He Who Walks Backwards himself. Enthusiastic and celebratory in places, damaged and cautionary in others, these artists offered a counter balance to the thread of Christian and Eastern spirituality also working it's way into rock at that time. Sometimes overtly, sometimes veiled, but always with something to say.
        
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