April 14 – Review by Officer Nice – FLYING CIRCUS – 1968 (Fastball Music / Rock Inc.)

I know an album that has the title “1987”, now I know another one that listens to the name “1968”. I wasn’t even born that year… But, I need to admit it, it was the era of a generation that re-invented music and the era when Hard Rock saw the first lights of day. It was an interesting period, certainly in music. Last week I bought an old Led Zeppelin album, from 1969, a magnificent album and another piece of art that makes me proud I was born in that specific era..

Anyway, the band here is called Flying Circus and these guys are for sure inspired by the old generation of (Hard) Rock bands. It is no coincidence that this music reminds me to hippies, to Charles Manson and to the images of the very first Woodstock Festival. I makes me think  to The Doors, Led Zeppelin and many more memorable things from the early Seventies. I suppose fans of Greta Van Fleet can live with this album too, even Pavlov’s Dog fans should be interested. And now we’re playing the game of similar sounding bands I can add Pink Floyd as well. READ MORE…