Eye Q, Please The Nation

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2022 03 04

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    A1. Please The Nation
    A2. Angel Face
    A3. I Am Selfish
    A4. Eniweth
    A5. No More Crying
    A6. Making Life Out Of Music
    B1. Walking Down The Street
    B2. Rock & Roll Soul
    B3. Lovely Lady
    B4. Looking For The Day
    C1. Lonely
    C2. No More Crying
    C3. Beginning
    C4. Good Turning Bad
    D1. I Am Selfish
    D2. Dancing
    D3. Are You Satisfied
    D4. Worthless Woman
    D5. Rock & Roll Soul
    D6. Waiting For The Chance


    The Effect Of Heavy Music: Rock Music And Revolution In 70s Zimbabwe. Eye Q’s music has never been collated and issued outside of its country of origin. Now, as part of the Now-Again Reserve series, their rare singles and even rarer album are presented in full. Just as the hippie era came to an end in America, a second 60s was beginning: in what is now Zimbabwe, young people created a rock and roll counterculture that drew inspiration from hippie ideals and the sounds of Hendrix and Deep Purple. The kids in the scene called their music “heavy,” because they could feel its impact, and it resonated from Zambia to Nigeria. At its peak in the mid-70s, the heavy rock scene united tens of thousands of young progressives of all racial and social backgrounds. The country was called Rhodesia then, one of the last bastions of White rule in Africa, and heavy rockers defied segregation laws and secret police to make a stand for democratic change. Eye Q is one of the greatest bands of the scene: their rock stands on par with the early Zamrock of WITCH and Ngozi Family. Please The Nation encapsulated Eye Q’s desire to forge forth, in a new, free country, and this set collates their 7” singles, ultra-rare album and songs from master tape and presents their music for the first time outside of Zimbabwe. In the accompanying oversized booklet, a trio of authors collaborate to tell the Eye Q story, and to investigate the genesis of the heavy rock scene under Ian Smith’s racist, oppressive government, and its dissipation after Zimbabwe’s liberation. The set also includes a download card for WAV files for all vinyl tracks, as well as bonus tracks.