(blues rock, psychedelic rock)
Manal by Manal (1970)
1. Jugo De Tomate (2:45)
2. Porque Hoy Nací (4:30)
3. Avenida Rivadavia (2:50)
4. Todo El Día Me Pregunto (6:10)
5. Avellaneda Blues (5:30)
6. Una Casa Con 10 Pinos (4:15)
7. Informe De Un Día (8:00)
The debut studio album of the Argentine rock band. It was released in 1970 by Mandioca record label. The band from Buenos Aires, Argentina, was formed in 1968 by Alejandro Medina (bass, organ, vocals), Javier Martínez (drums, vocals) and Claudio Gabis (guitars, piano).
(prog rock, psychedelic rock)
Marsupilami by Marsupilami (1970)
1. Dorian Deep (7:21)
2. Born To Be Free (5:33)
3. And The Eagle Chased The Dove To Its Ruin (6:25)
4. Ab Initio Ad Finem (The Opera) (10:32)
5. Facilis Descencus Averni (9:19)
The debut studio album of the American rock band. It was released in 1970 by Transatlantic Records label. The band from Taunton, Massachusetts, US, was formed in 1968; their name was taken from a cartoon character created by Belgian artist André Franquin.
May Blitz
May Blitz
(hard rock, prog rock)
May Blitz by May Blitz (1970)
1. Smoking The Day Away (8:21)
2. I Don't Know? (4:45)
3. Dreaming (6:35)
4. Squeet (6:51)
5. Tomorrow May Come (4:48)
6. Fire Queen (4:18)
7. Virgin Waters (6:34)
The debut studio album of the Canadian-British rock band. It was released in 1970 by Vertigo Records label. The band was formed in 1969 and consisted of Reid Hudson (bass, vocals), James Black (guitars, vocals) and drummer Tony Newman.
(hard rock, prog rock, classic rock)
Medusa by Trapeze (1970)
1. Black Cloud (6:13)
2. Jury (8:10)
3. Your Love Is Alright (4:54)
4. Touch My Life (4:06)
5. Seafull (6:34)
6. Makes You Wanna Cry (4:41)
7. Medusa (5:40)
The second studio album of the British hard rock band. It was released in November 1970 by Threshold Records label. It is the first album of band recorded as a trio: Mel Galley (guitar, vocals), Glenn Hughes (bass, piano, vocals) and Dave Holland (drums); the album was produced by The Moody Blues bassist John Lodge.