The Wizard is the second album by American blues guitarist Mel Brown recorded in 1968 for the Impulse! label. All compositions by Mel Brown except as indicated. Ode to Billie Joe" (Bobbie Gentry) - 4:23. Blues After Hours" (Pee Wee Crayton, Jules Taub) - 6:34. African Sweets" (Dee Ervin) - 3:10. Stop" (Jerry Ragovoy) - 4:21. Chuck a Funk" - 4:53. W-2 Withholding" - 2:12.
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Electric Wizard is the debut studio album by English doom metal band Electric Wizard released in 1994 through Rise Above Records and re-released bundled with their second album, Come My Fanatics. A remastered version was then released on CD and LP in 2006, with two bonus tracks, taken from a demo entitled Doom Chapter. The origins of Electric Wizard go back to 1988 when Jus Oborn formed the band Lord of Putrefaction.
We're Off To See The Wizard. Judy Garland (Dorothy). The Wizard Of Oz - The Original Film Recordings. 13. Optimistic Voices. The Wizard Of Oz Chorus. 14. Be A Clown (From: The Pirate) (Bonus Judy Garland Track). 15. Johnny One Note (From: Words And Music) (Bonus Judy Garland Track). 16. A Couple Of Swells (From: Easter Parade) (Bonus Judy Garland Track).
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Musically, The Original Wizard is hard-driving, power-trio rock informed by bits of both the blues and psychedelia, and, as such, it is one of countless albums trying to rise out of the crowded acid-rock field that had grown increasingly ponderous and meat-headed since the '60s, when psychedelia began as a means more than an ends. By the early '70s, that field had morphed mostly into excessive hard rock, characterized by self-importance, pedestrian songwriting, and overlong solos, and even the most popular bands tended toward self-absorbed posturing. The band occasionally comes across as far too full of themselves as well. Their music is loud, aggressive, and marinated in the sort of ominous, mystical chord changes that make it seem "important," even when a composition is not so.