Monday, July 7, 2008

Irish Coffee - Masterpiece - The Show

Hello all, were back with a little something more in line w/ the devil's music....

Irish coffee (Irish: Caife Gaelach) is a cocktail consisting of hot coffee, Irish whiskey, and sugar, stirred, then with thick cream floated on top. The coffee is drunk through the cream. The original recipe explicitly uses cream that has not been whipped, although whipped cream is often used. Irish coffee may be considered a variation on the hot toddy.


The Belgian quintet Irish Coffee: Who put out a self-titled album of blues-based hard rock with an edgy attitude in 1971 on Triangle Records. Here's the 1st single....

IRISH COFFEE officially started in 1970, originating from another band called "The VOODOO". In the beginning they played only covers from British & American bands, such as DEEP PURPLE, LED ZEPPELIN, The WHO, The KINKS etc... This band from Belgium, is killer hardrock with seering leads and really strong vocals, well composed songs.

They wrote and recorded a single album of their own music. IRISH COFFEE did a lot of live-gigs those days and were a support-act for bands like: FOCUS, Dr. FEELGOOD, YES, and many others. Unfortunately the band band splitted-up in 1975. But now the vocalist, guitarist and drummer have re-banded with a new organist and bassist and are touring in 2002-2003 playing their old stuff.

1- Masterpiece / The Show (Triangle, 1971)
2- Carry On / Child (Triangle, 1971)
3- Down Down Down (Triangle, 1972)
4- Witchy Lady / I'm Hers (Barclay, 1973)

Irish Coffee - Masterpeice

Irish Coffee - The Show

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