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White Witch
White Witch
White Witch
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
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All Artists: White Witch
Title: White Witch
Members Wishing: 8
Total Copies: 0
Label: Capricorn / Umgd
Release Date: 3/16/1999
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Styles: Psychedelic Rock, Album-Oriented Rock (AOR)
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 731453873421

CD Reviews

Audio Brilliance
Stephen L. Stansell | Pembroke Pines, FL | 09/30/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am a Radio Personality that started my career in South Georgia in the early 70's. Right about the time this album was released. I was fortunate to not only acquire a promotional box of this album to give away on my radio station, but I also saw them live and met the band when they came for an on-air interview. This album is at the very top of all my all time favorites, and the band is truly one of the most talented to every perform live. What a treat! There really was something very magical about this band. Phil Walden knew it the first time he ever heard them. This album is an absolute masterpiece.
If you ever saw them perform it live, you know how powerful this music is. Ronn Goedert is the most sonically perfect Vocalist I've ever heard. I wish he was still with us. I wish this band would have given us more of their incredible work.
Thank you White Witch for giving us this album."
One Of The Most Underated Rock Bands Of The 70's.
Terry Dunn | Griffin, Georgia | 03/20/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Along with Captain Beyond, White Witch could probably be the most underrated rock and roll band of the 70's. No one instrument dominate the is a well mixed album. This is one of my favorite albums not only of the 70's, but of all-time. I couldn't name the best cut, but the opener, "Help Me Lord" and "Home Grown Girl" really rock. Our band covered the ragtime sounding "It's So Nice To Be Stoned". It was a favorite of our audiences. Listen...if you like rock and roll, you'll love this one.
This disc is a MASTERPIECE
blacknapkins | Sarasota, FL United States | 04/07/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This HAS to be one of, if not THE finest debut LPs from anyone. They had their own sound, and the influence they left behind is astonishing. So many bands copped riffs and licks from these guys. And Ronn Goedert the singer was SO far ahead of his time. He paved the way for all the hairband screamers of the 80's, none of whom can top him if they tried (AXEL, you listening?). What do they sound like? Great! Organ riffs ala Deep Purple, guitar crunches ala early Blue Oyster Cult, spacy melodies ala Bowie or Klattu- with great lyrics and crisp production, a perfect blend. The songs weave in and out of one another seamlessly, and the whole album is great from start to finish.From the machine gun paced rocker Illusion to the dreamy spacy Sleepwalk, to the lovely And I'm Leaving, this disc is a HUGE achievement. It's just so... cool! Sad to report that there will be no more music from these guys as Ronn recently passed away, according to the website for this band- only an upcoming tribute to Ronn. Such a shame- these guys deserved to occupy the status of Led Zeppelin."