Sub - In Concert. 1971 Germany

In a nutshell, Sub is a Krautrock version of Deep Purple. Which works real well for me, especially these days as 70s hard rock is really resonating. Long tracks with intense solos, but with that Germanic vibe not present with Lord and Blackmore. It's not a live concert, though it plays like one, and perhaps that's why they went forward with the idea. For this kind of album, Sub is top of the class.

Personal collection
CD: 1994 Penner

Original LPs on Help (Italy) are very rare. My first copy was the reissue LP (2012 Garden of Delights), but I recently sourced the CD. Since it's the same in every way, I decided to cut the one that occupied the most space.

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