Masters Of Reality "John Brown" live 1990 at Sound City with Ginger Baker
get it on 2xVinyl http://bit.ly/PurchaseOnVinyl get it on 2xCD http://bit.ly/PurchaseCD "John Brown" Recorded live at Sound City with legendary drummer Ginger Baker. Delicious Vinyl proudly reissues the 1988 debut self-titled LP from heavy rock legends Masters Of Reality in a deluxe edition combining their long out-of-print 1997 album How High The Moon: Live At The Viper Room. Both of these heavy rock thrillers were captained by Masters Of Reality founder and frontman Chris Goss. Fans of Queens Of The Stone Age should recognize the name Chris Goss. The Godfather of the California desert rock scene that blossomed in Joshua Tree, Goss produced QOTSA's breakthrough album 'Rated R' in 2000 and received a Grammy nomination for his work on their 2007 release 'Era Vulgaris'. Masters Of Reality has the distinction of being the only artist signed to both Def Jam and Delicious Vinyl. Originally label mates with Public Enemy and Slayer, Masters Of Reality's self-titled debut album was released by Def American in 1988. Two years later, Delicious Vinyl founders Matt Dike and Mike Ross, huge Masters fans, bought the band's contract from Rick Rubin and re-released the album to renewed acclaim. When Masters began disintegrating on tour, Goss relocated to Los Angeles and rebuilt his engine in the form of a new line-up of the band. That's the revitalized line-up that recorded the stunning live album How High The Moon: Live At The Viper Room.