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Birth Control live 1971

Back in 1971, there really wasn't a big line between progressive rock and other types of rock. Birth Control was somewhere in the middle. Blazing Hammond organ, and a drummer who sings... lots of fun.

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-02-04


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