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Lazy Bones!! was the third album by the '70s Zambian band Witch. The group was part of the country’s Zamrock scene, a phenomenon that's been getting renewed attention in the ‘10s via reissues. Witch started off sounding like an exciting garage band and ended up playing rock with African elements; this 1975 release mixes hard rock with ’60s psych flavorings. “Black Tears” opens with gentle fuzztones blending with acoustic guitar before a boogie beat kicks in and the heavy riffing commences. “Motherless Child” evokes the Detroit-based band Rare Earth, another ‘70s outfit that mixed crunching rock and R&B. One section of “October Night” has a clearly African vibe that's mostly absent from the other material. The title track, perhaps the catchiest cut, has a swinging groove that’s irresistible. “Evil Woman” is a slice of scraggly psych that deftly deploys wah-wah. (The album's guitar playing is consistently inventive and sometimes downright wild.) “Little Clown” veers into perky pop, while the closer, “Up the Sky,” sports a steady chug that undergirds its melancholy vocals.

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No joke.

Not sure how I found this, but now I can't seem to be without it. Every track is psychedlic deliciousness. If this disappears off itunes like Amon Duul's Yeti did and you don't have it, you'll have missed out. Im not kidding, every track.

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Genre: World

A pioneering group from the nation of Zambia, Witch (the name was an acronym, standing for We Intend To Cause Havoc) were one of the defining acts of Zamrock, a fusion of Western rock and rhythm & blues with traditional African sounds; they were among Zambia's most popular and influential bands in the 1970s as a wave of psychedelic and hard rock gained an audience in Africa. A landlocked nation in the South of Africa, Zambia was formerly Northern Rhodesia until gaining its independence in 1964, and...
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