Blind Ravage were formed in Montreal in the late Sixties by well-seasoned musicians, including keyboard virtuoso Serge Fleury and ace guitar player Jean Charbonneau. In 1971 they released their only album on the Crescent Streel label. Hard-rock with bluesy overtones, heavy guitar playing, punkish vocals and swirling Hammond organ. Nine original songs plus a killer hard-rock version of “Susie Q”.
Here’s the first ever vinyl reissue, featuring remastered sound and insert with linernotes.