All right, all right twist my arm already! There have been a few requests to put some heavier releases up in the RRITW section and I'm nothing if not a pleaser. So here are two harder nuggets from the underside of the world. Enjoy!

Jesse Harper - Guitar Absolution
Jesse's true name is Doug Jerbine, a member of the cult New Zealand band The Brew. When Doug left New Zealand for a stint in England he adopted the moniker Jesse Harper. In his travels he reportedly impressed Hendrix, but no arrangements were
ever made for the two to sit down to tape. This album shows just where that interest might have stemmed from. A driving set of blues with a distinctive hard edge. Guitar Absolution is truly a lost guitar gem. Unfortunately Harper was bedazzled by the burgeoning Hare Krishna movement and shortly after this album abandoned his music career, abruptly ending what could have been some great musical accomplishments.

[MP3] Jesse Harper - Midnight Sun
[MP3] Jesse Harper - Blues News

Support the artist. Buy it HERE

Human Instict - Stoned Guitar
Another shot out of New Zealand’s 70's cult bands, Human Instinct had in Billy TK what The Brew had with Jesse Harper. Definitely touting the hard edge of NZ rock, but with a distinct psychedelic flair, Human Instinct were more than just crushing
riffs. Human Instinct and Harper crossed paths and eventually the band went on to record a few of his songs, proving that Harper wasn't merely competition but also a compatriot. This album would remain a high point for the band, after its release members began to split and the quality took a turn downward.

[MP3] Human Instict - Stoned Guitar
[MP3] Human Instict - Midnight Sun

Support the artist. Buy it HERE

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Blogger Leonid said...

wow, both great finds.

longtime reader.

in other news, your email box is full, or so I've been told.

shoot one over if you're interested in getting some music.

Leo/ Spanish prisoners: lmaymind At gmail dot com

8:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

awesome. I had to go a whole week without these posts and this makes up for it well. Keep the heavy ones coming

2:49 PM  
Blogger Peter said...

great great great! keep it coming. happy new year.

9:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi I am like 13 yr old & Blonde, and I love guitar and Eric Clapton for an old guy and John Mayer is neat, he's so cutie pie.
Also...I just had to tell everyone that!! I went to a rock show and saw GW Williams Friday. he was the bestest ever.I am so in love with an older guitar man.ok so he doesn't know,but I have a crush on GW Williams.
I got his press release here
Part of him Press Release Is down Below
Friday evening,I attended the GW Williams,Rock & Blues guitar concert in Seattle I couldn't believe what GW Williams did, neither could 113,473 other people in attendance, GW Williams and his Rock n Roll & jazzy blues guitar style ,along with his Elvis like singing voice may have opened a whole new world of music,maybe a new style was born last Friday night.Rock,Blues,Jazz Guitarist GW Williams Gets 45 minute Standing Ovation IN Seattle Concert

3:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


The comments posted about GW Williams are part of a viral marketing campaign. This person has a home-made recording on Amazon.com. You can listen to samples and see why it's clear that they had to resort to this sort of thing.
The reference to Eric Clapton seems to be drawing him in.
Please feel free to delete this entry along with his.
This seems like a nice place. It's too bad he's decided to invade it.
We've been doing battle with him and his multiple personalities on Topix. There are several indications in his posts and IP addresses that point to him being incarcerated quite possibly at Folsom prison near Sacramento.

Again, I apologize for barging in. Please feel free to block me and this other person as well.

6:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

'Garage band' quality guitar player GW Williams fakes blog entries so it looks like has fans.

Just so you know.

8:53 AM  

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