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    genre: heavy, hard
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers,  size: 395 mb)
    time: 47'38"  

    Sad Wings of Destiny is the second album by the English heavy metal group Judas Priest, released in 1976. It is considered the album where Judas Priest consolidated their sound and image, and songs such as "Victim of Changes" and "The Ripper" became live standards.
    Noted for its riff-driven heavy metal sound and Halford's soaring vocals, the album displays a wide variety of styles, moods, and textures, inspired by an array of groups such as Queen, Deep Purple, and Black Sabbath. Centrepiece "Victim of Changes" is a long track featuring heavy riffing trading off with powerful, high-pitched vocals; extended leads; and a slow, moody breakdown toward the end. "Tyrant" and "The Ripper" are short, dense, high-powered rockers with many parts and changes. Riffs and solos dominate "Genocide", "Island of Domination", and "Deceiver", and the band finds more laid-back moments in the crooning piano-backed "Epitaph" and the moody "Dreamer Deceiver".
    Judas Priest recorded their first two albums with independent Gull Records under tight budgets, unrelieved by the positive reception of Sad Wings of Destiny. After living off a single meal per day while working side jobs to support themselves, the group grew frustrated with the financial situation and signed with CBS Records for their next album, Sin After Sin (1977). Breaking their contract resulted in the rights to the album and demo recordings falling into Gull's hands.

    01. Victim Of Changes 7:53
    02. The Ripper 2:51
    03. Dreamer Deceiver 5:54
    04. Deceiver 2:47
    05. Prelude 2:02
    06. Tyrant 4:28
    07. Genocide 5:51
    08. Epitaph 3:21
    09. Island Of Domination 4:15

    Rob Halford – vocals
    K. K. Downing – guitar
    Glenn Tipton – guitar, piano
    Ian Hill – bass guitar
    Alan Moore – drums

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    genre: prog
    state: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers,  size: 247 mb)
    time: 47'38"  

    Too Old to Rock 'n' Roll: Too Young to Die!, as an album, had lower sales than the preceding album Minstrel in the Gallery and following album Songs from the Wood. It reached No. 14 in the United States, No. 25 in Britain, No. 10 in Austria, No. 10 in Norway, and No. 27 in Sweden. It was Jethro Tull's only album of the 1970s not to achieve Gold certification.
    Rolling Stone complained about the "muddled story" of the album, saying that "Ian Anderson should stick to music, because he most definitely is not a storyteller." The same review praised Anderson's skill at musical composition, and the guitar solos of Martin Barre.
    AllMusic's review called the album "one of the minor efforts in the [Jethro Tull] catalogue"/
    oe; great Lp forever)

    01. Quizz Kid 5:12
    02. Crazed Institution 4:49
    03. Salamander 2:52
    04. Taxi Grab 3:57
    05. From A Dead Beat To An Old Greaser 4:11
    06. Bad-Eyed 'n' Loveless 2:13
    07. Big Dipper 3:38

    08. Too Old To Rock 'N' Roll: Too Young To Die 5:43
    09. Pied Piper 4:35
    10. The Chequered Flag (Dead Or Alive) 5:24

    Ian Anderson – vocals, acoustic guitar, flute, harmonica, occasional electric guitar and percussion
    Martin Barre – electric guitar
    John Evan – pianos, keyboards
    Barriemore Barlow – drums, percussion
    John Glascock – bass guitar, vocals

    David Palmer – saxophone on track 5, piano on track 11
    Maddy Prior – backing vocals on track 8
    Angela Allen – backing vocals on tracks 2 & 7
    Orchestrations by David Palmer. Orchestra conducted by David Palmer.

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    genre: rock
    state: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers,  size: 247 mb)
    time: 47'38"  

    01. Ainґt That Lovinґ You Baby 3:55
    02. Child 4:19
    03. Down On The Bayou 3:16
    04. Watching You, Watching Me 3:13
    05. Mississippi Delta 4:06
    06. Ridinґ Thumb 3:33
    07. Time 3:18
    08. Lie To Me 3:30
    09. Burning Low 2:10
    10. Creator 6:09

    Pattie Santos - vcls
    Bill Gregory - gtr
    Fred Webb - piano, organ, vcls
    Greg Bloch - violin, mandolin
    Bud Cockrell - bass
    Val Fuentes - drms, vcl

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    Views: 59 | Added by: olegelagin | Date: 19.09.2014 | Comments (0)

    genre: bubble, pop
    state: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers,  size: 247 mb)
    time: 47'38"  

    Brian Hyland (born November 12, 1943) is an American pop recording artist who was particularly successful during the early 1960s. He continued recording into the 1970s. Allmusic journalist Jason Ankeny states, "Hyland's puppy-love pop virtually defined the sound and sensibility of bubblegum during the pre-Beatles era." Although his status as a teen idol faded, he went on to release several country-influenced albums and had additional chart hits later in his career.

    01. Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka-Dot Bikini 2:24
    02. Rosemary 2:16
    03. Let Me Belong To You 3:06
    04. Ginny Come Lately 2:54
    05. Sealed With A Kiss 2:41
    06. Warmed Over Kisses (Left Over Love) 2:22
    07. If Mary's There 2:42
    08. I'm Afraid To Go Home 2:45
    09. Save Your Heart For Me 2:12
    10. 3000 Miles 2:44
    11. The Joker Went Wild 2:45
    12. Run, Run, Look And See 2:41
    13. Holiday For Clowns 2:36
    14. Get The Message 2:46
    15. Tragedy 2:56
    16. Stay And Love Me All Summer 2:42
    17. Could You Dig It 2:29
    18. Gypsy Woman 2:37

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    genre: beat
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers,  size: 616 mb, misc.: jap mono/stereo versions extended), mp3 (320k, covers, stereo version  ext, 274 mb)
    time: 1:15'13"  

    In The Hollies Style is the second studio album by British beat group The Hollies, released on the Parlophone label in November 1964.
    As a result of poor sales of stereo copies of the band's debut album in the UK, In the Hollies Style was only available there in mono while stereo mixes were shipped to other markets. The stereo mix was finally released in the UK and retitled The Vintage Hollies in 1967.

    Side one    
    1. "Nitty Gritty/Something's Got a Hold on Me" (Lincoln Chase/Etta James, Leroy Kirkland, Pearl Woods) Clarke 4:13
    2. "Don't You Know"   Clarke 1:57
    3. "To You My Love"   Nash 2:08
    4. "It's in Her Kiss" (Rudy Clark) Clarke, Nash and Hicks 2:15
    5. "Time for Love"   Clarke 2:31
    6. "What Kind of Boy" (Big Dee Irwin) Clarke 2:39

    Side two 
    7. "Too Much Monkey Business" (Chuck Berry) Clarke, Nash and Hicks 2:28
    8. "I Thought of You Last Night" (Ralph Freed) Clarke and Nash 2:18
    9. "Please Don't Feel Too Bad"   Clarke 2:27
    10. "Come on Home"   Clarke and Nash 1:53
    11. "You'll Be Mine"   Clarke 2:02
    12. "Set Me Free"   Clarke and Nash 2:28

    25. What Kind Of Boy (Mono Version) / Bonus Track 1:46
    26. When I'm Not There (Mono Version) / Bonus Track 1:49
    27. We're Through (Alternative Take / Mono Version) / Bonus Track 2:20
    28. Yes I Will (Alternative Take / Stereo Version) / Bonus Track 3:34
    29. Yes I Will (Alternative Remix / Stereo Version) / Bonus Track 2:58
    30. She Said Yeah (Mono Version) / Bonus Track 1:44
    31. Honey And Wine (Mono Version) / Bonus Track 2:29

    Allan Clarke – vocals
    Tony Hicks – lead guitar, vocals
    Graham Nash – rhythm guitar, vocals
    Eric Haydock – bass
    Bobby Elliott – drums, percussion

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    genre: psych, jazz
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (flac tracks, cue, log, covers,  size: 510 mb)
    time: 49'59"

    Streetnoise is a 1969 album by Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity, originally released as a double LP.
    It includes cover versions of The Doors’ "Light My Fire", Nina Simone’s "Take Me To The Water", Laura Nyro’s "Save The Country", Miles Davis' "All Blues", Richie Havens' "Indian Rope Man", and "Let The Sunshine In" and "I Got Life" from the musical Hair. Driscoll covers this wide range of musical influences easily and with her highly emotive and distinctive vocals, and with Auger's intense Hammond organ, the album is instrumentally interesting, too.
    Streetnoise was a record that may have been informed by its era, but it certainly isn't stuck there, especially as the 21st century opens. The music here sounds as fresh and exciting as the day it was recorded. The sound on the reissue is completely remastered and packed in deluxe form; it all adds up to a must-have package for anyone interested in the development of Auger's music that was to change immediately after this record with the invention of the Oblivion Express, and also for those interested in Driscoll's most brave, innovative, and fascinating career as an improviser who discovered entirely new ways of using the human voice. Streetnoise is brilliant. ~ —Thom Jurek, Allmusic

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    genre: psych
    state: us
    quality: lossless (ape tracks, no cue, log, covers,  size: 226 mb)
    time: 49'59"

    Thirty Seconds Over Winterland is an album by the American psychedelic rock band Jefferson Airplane. It was recorded live in August and September 1972, at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago and the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. It was released in April 1973.
    Recorded during the Long John Silver tour, Thirty Seconds Over Winterland was the band's second live album, after Bless Its Pointed Little Head.

    Side one    
    1. "Have You Seen the Saucers?" (recorded September 21 at Winterland) Paul Kantner 4:15
    2. "Feel So Good" (recorded September 22 at Winterland) Jorma Kaukonen 11:10
    3. "
    Crown of Creation" (recorded August 25 at Chicago Auditorium) Kantner 4:05
    Side two 
    1. "When the Earth Moves Again" (recorded August 25 at Chicago Auditorium) Kantner 4:05
    2. "Milk Train" (recorded August 25 at Chicago Auditorium) Grace Slick, Papa John Creach, Roger Spotts 3:57
    3. "Trial by Fire" (recorded August 24 at Chicago Auditorium) Kaukonen 5:00
    4. "Twilight Double Leader" (recorded September 21 at Winterland) Kantner 5:41

    Jack Casady – bass
    Paul Kantner – vocals, rhythm guitar
    Jorma Kaukonen – lead guitar, vocals
    Grace Slick – vocals
    Papa John Creach – electric violin
    John Barbata – drums, percussion
    David Freiberg – vocals

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