MOSES – Changes (LP, RE Valhalla 1971,2010)

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70s
psych
12"
Valhalla

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Moses was formed in 1969 in Esbjerg, Denmark. The band played their own unique style of heavy and pungent progressive blues, which was best appreciated in a hall filled with the smell of “fun tobacco.” Their album Changes from 1971 has long been coveted by record collectors around the world. Jørgen Villadsen and Søren Højbjerg played in the blues band Fresh Boiled in 1968. Henrik Laurvig, who played in different local bands, joined on drums and vocals shortly after the band had changed its name to Moses at the beginning of 1969. Moses was very much inspired by blues-oriented bands from that period such as Cream and The Jimi Hendrix Experience, but played only their own compositions with lyrics by Henrik Laurvig. Moses toured non-stop throughout their whole career, and at the end of 1969, were in contact with the independent record company Spectator Records. In the summer of 1970, they recorded Changes in 2 days in the Spectator Record Studio in Ålborg, Denmark. By the time Moses split at the beginning of 1972, they had developed a more progressive rock sound, inspired by bands like Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, etc.

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A1 Changes 6:25
A2 I’m Coming Home 7:03
A3 Everything Is Changed 5:50
B1 Beginning 3:42
B2 Skæv 4:45
B3 Warning

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Weight 230 g