Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Chakra-Chakra (1979) US

This is another rarity for all you froggers, this an almost impossible to find album by the american band Chakra, i didnt found too much info about this so all i can say is that very mystical lyrics and excellent and rare prog is waiting for you ...enjoy!

luz, amor y vida

12 comments:

Hombre Esquizoide del Siglo XXI said...

http://lix.in/a1187c

Alex S said...

Sounds interesting, checking it out right away. Thanks!

Love=Hell, Space=Acid said...

Nice album by this US -Progressive act that something like YES or Gentle Gigant. The band was from Redondo Beach-California and released this album in 1979 on BrotherStudio (BS15). I think they were religous or something becuse if Im not completly wrong the lyrics had some christian themes. But a nice album :)
Thx man

Misongod said...

I am looking for this long time .
Grateful
Dom

Έσάρ Σέβεντιουάν said...

That must be special! Thanks for the share!

Anonymous said...

How in the world did you people ever get my album....Wrote and produced several children's projects Hanna Barbera, Rhino, Nick...wrote several musicals and shit like that....Don't sing anymore but am actually going to at a concert in louisville ky. Jan 13th
I don' t have this album....how did you get it?
Davidlamb 102@Hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Woah, happened upon this post, and looks like Dave did too (that's David Lamb, Chakra vocalist in the last post), BTW, we were a lot better live--the half-inch 8-tack we recorded on caused us to cut back (and the lack of any kind of reverb at the backyard studio didn't help). Hey, but just had to chime in--glad you found and enjoy the album. I keep threatening to take time to put together a website with pix and some rare recordings...

Nigel Redmon (keyboards, Chakra) earlevel@earlevel.com

Anonymous said...

Wow!! I've been looking for this one!! Thanks!!!

Mark said...

It's nice, and somewhat surprising, to see the music lives on. I'm with Nigel - this recording really didn't capture the feel of the band. I noticed some edits on a couple of the songs, presumably to cut some defects out of the available recording. Enjoy it.

Mark Blumenfeld - Chakra guitars
markblu@markbludigital.net

aram said...

dead link.

Cindy Lamb said...

I'm with Nigel as well. This album was weak in contrast to the stellar live performances the band gave. A progger's delight, indeed.

Anonymous said...

please re up. i would like get this album.
thanx

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