Lizard is the third studio album by British progressive rock band King Crimson, released in December 1970 by record label Island. It was the second recorded by a transitional line-up of the group that never had the opportunity to perform live, following In the Wake of Poseidon. This is the only album by the band to feature bassist and vocalist Gordon Haskell, apart from his appearance on the song "Cadence and Cascade" from the previous album, and drummer Andy McCulloch as official members of the band.
Lizard people are cold-blooded humanoid reptilians who have the power to shape-shift into human form. According to David Icke, a new-age philosopher and one of the most prominent theorists in the lizard people game, these creatures have had their claws in humankind since ancient time, and world leaders like Queen Elizabeth, George W. Bush, the Clintons, and Bob Hope are all lizard people. Encroaching on other conspiracy theorists' territory, Icke even claims that the lizards are behind secret societies like the Freemasons and the Illuminati," Time reported
Lord Creator (born Kentrick Patrick, circa 1940, San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago) is a calypso, r&b, ska and rocksteady artist. Alongside Cuban born Roland Alphonso, Barbadian Jackie Opel and fellow Trinidadians Lynn Taitt and Lord Brynner, Lord Creator was an important and positive 'outside' influence during the early development of the Jamaican music scene.
Murder Of The Universe (LP, Album). King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - The Lord Of Lightning vs Balrog (Official Video) 13:57. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Han-Tyumi & The Murder Of The Universe 13:03.
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Their second album of 2019 is on the way. by: Evan Minsker. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard. The idiosyncratic Australian band’s most streamlined album to date is risky only in that it is their first to be downright boring. The 20 Best Rock Albums of 2017. Featuring the National, Jay Som, Broken Social Scene, Waxahatchee, and more.
The group's name allegedly comes from an early English-made echo effect unit, and their sound is considerably influenced by US soul: the Sound Dimension were arguably as important to Jamaican music as Booker T. & The MG's, the Funk Brothers or MFSB were to American R&B.
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|B||–Sound Dimension||Everyday People|
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Everyday People is an instrumental cover version of Sly & The Family Stone - Everyday People.
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