Do you like LIVE MUSIC with a psychedelic twist ?
We play an exciting mix of Rock and Blues and 60's R&B...
Arts Festival Appearance
We're very pleased to be making a return appearance at this Herefordshire Arts Festival, playing at The Temple Bar in Eywas Harold on Monday 27th May...
We will be kicking off at around 2.30 PM and we will have a special guest. James A Little, formerly Energi of 80's punk band Spizz Energi and former haed of Sony Publishing UK, will be dropping in to accompany us on a few tunes on bass...
Pedal Board TLC
Pedal boards can get very scuzzy if left out in a studio or rehearsal space. I have been using mine for the past few years with Psychedelic Hearts Club and it desperately needed cleaning and rewiring.
Spent a couple of hours on it today cleaning each pedal in turn and then redoing the signal path and power supply wiring.
Looks and sounds a lot better now ! Will try using it again in stereo with my Yerasov GTA-15s on Psychedelic Hearts Club gigs and use my Roland Blues Cube Artist set up for teaching...
Larry Coryell RIP
Jazz guitarist Lee Jones, Larry Coryell and Simon Tittley
I first became aware of Larry Coryell and The Eleventh House when I was 18 or 19 years old and getting into the jazz fusion of John McLaughlin and Mahavishnu Orchestra.
I later really got into Larry's playing listening to his 'Spaces Revisited' album which also featured guitarist Bireli Lagrene, (former Mahavishnu Orchestra) drummer Billy Cobham and the amazing Richard Bona on bass. I really enjoyed the guitar interplay between Larry and Bireli. At the time I was producing an album with jazz guitarist Lee Jones and I suggested he listened to this album as a source of possible inspiration.
Later while working on Lee's second album 'Songs from the 13th Hour' we were looking for a guitar player to duet with Lee on a track that was probably inspired by 'Spaces Revisited'. We approached Larry and he was happy to be featured on Lee's album.
Larry visited UK in late 2016 and played a couple of nights at London's Pizza Express. Lee & I attended the gig and hung out with Larry afterwards. He was very complimentary about Lee's playing and writing.
Around this was time (and having recently turned 60) I was contemplating a return to live music. I'd spent the previous 5 years working an annual 72 show theatre reading gig on guitar & bass, (working with the brilliant Music Director Rab Handleigh).
Larry was incredibly supportive and told me to go for it. His encouragement in part lead to the formation of the Psychedelic Hearts Club...
Lee & I were both very sad to hear of Larry Coryell's sudden passing in February of 2017. A hugely important and influential musician and a nice man - RIP Larry.
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