Side one "Daddy, Where Did I Come From" – 3:44
"Little Arabella" – 4:18
"Happy Freuds" – 3:25
"Intermezzo from the Karelia Suite" (Sibelius) – 8:57
"Don Edito el Gruva" (Emerson, Jackson, Brian Davison) – 0:13
Side two "Ars Longa Vita Brevis" – 19:20
"Prelude" (Emerson) / "1st Movement – Awakening" (Davison) – 5:50
"2nd Movement – Realisation" (Jackson, David O'List, Emerson) – 4:54
"3rd Movement – Acceptance "Brandenburger"" (Davison, Emerson, Jackson) – 4:23
"4th Movement – Denial" (Davison, Emerson, Jackson) – 3:23
"Coda – Extension to the Big Note" (Emerson) – 0:46
bonus: 08. Happy Freuds - single B-side 3:27
cd2 BBC sessions: 01. Ars Longa Vita Brevis 7:59
02. Aries 5:26
03. Lumpy Gravy 2:15
04. Little Arabella 4:18
05. Happy Freuds 3:23
06. Intermezzo From The Karelia Suite 7:31
07. I'm One Of Those People That My Father Tells My Sister Not To Go Out With 3:12
08. Azrael Revisited 5:05
09. Blues For The Prairies 4:19
10. Diary Of An Empty Day (& Top Gear Signature) 3:40
11. America/Second Amendment 7:15
12. Rondo 11:15
Keith Emerson – keyboards, vocals (except on "Ars Longa Vita Brevis")
Lee Jackson – bass guitar, vocals
Brian Davison – drums
Malcolm Langstaff – guitar (on "2nd Movement – Realisation")
Robert Stewart – orchestral arranger/conductor
wikipedia: Stay with The Hollies is the first album released by The Hollies. The album was released in the United Kingdom on the Parlophone label, owned by EMI, in January 1964. In Canada an album with the same title was released on the Capitol 6000 label, also owned by EMI, in July 1964 with a completely different track listing. In the US, Imperial Records released yet another version of this LP under the title Here I Go Again in June 1964.
Side one 1. "Talking 'bout You" Chuck Berry Clarke 2:09
2. "Mr. Moonlight" Roy Lee Johnson Nash 2:05
3. "You Better Move On" Arthur Alexander Clarke and Nash 2:46
4. "Lucille" Albert Collins/Little Richard Clarke and Nash 2:27
5. "Baby Don't Cry" Tony Hiller/Perry Ford Clarke and Nash 2:06
6. "Memphis" Berry Clarke and Nash 2:34
7. "Stay" Maurice Williams All 2:13
Side two 8. "Rockin' Robin" Jimmie Thomas Clarke 2:17
9. "Whatcha Gonna Do 'bout It?" Gregory Carroll, Doris Payne Clarke 2:20
10. "Do You Love Me" Berry Gordy, Jr. Clarke 2:10
11. "It's Only Make Believe" Conway Twitty/Jack Nance Clarke and Nash 3:13
12. "What Kind of Girl Are You" Ray Charles Clarke and Nash 3:03
13. "Little Lover" Graham Nash/Allan Clarke Clarke 1:58
14. "Candy Man" Fred Neil/Beverly Ross Clarke 2:28
bonus: 29. Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Stereo Version) / Bonus Track 2:43
30. I Understand (Stereo Version) / Bonus Track 2:32
31. Poison Ivy (Take 9 / Stereo Version) / Bonus Track 3:05
32. Poison Ivy (Take 10-12 / Stereo Version) / Bonus Track 1:59
Allan Clarke – vocals
Eric Haydock – bass guitar
Tony Hicks – vocals, lead guitar
Graham Nash – vocals, rhythm guitar
Bobby Elliott – drums, except as noted
Don Rathbone – drums on "Little Lover", "(Ain't That) Just Like Me" and "Searchin'"
genre: heavy psych blues
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McPhee and Cruickshank had first played together back in 1962 in a group called The Dollarbills (which in late 1963 changed their name to Groundhogs). By January 1966 the first incarnation of the Groundhogs was falling apart and soon afterwards McPhee joined Truth soon after they'd recorded Ray Davies' I Go To Sleep. He was only with them for about six months, before leaving to form Herbal Mixture with fellow ex-Groundhog Cruickshank and a young drummer, Mike Meekham, in the Summer of 1966. The name was derived from the fact Tony was a vegetarian who was also into alternative medicine, the resulting music reflected the burgeoning psychedelic era. A Love That's Died was an excellent psych-pop 45 with some good chopping riffs and some catchy fuzz guitar. The follow-up, Machines, was even better. A captivating psychedelic intro, some good changes of pace and compelling guitar work made this their magnum opus. The song was actually written by Manfred Mann. Better still, the retrospective Please Leave My Mind compilation includes both sides of the band's two 45s (and the flips are similar in style and almost as good). It also includes two demo versions of A Love That's Died (one featuring an obscure Scottish vocalist who was given a trial with the band before McPhee decided to handle the vocals), along with demos of Please Leave My Mind and Tailor Made, and of two previously unreleased tracks:- Something's Happening and Over You Baby. Herbal Mixture finally split in late 1967, having failed to achieve any commercial success. Early the following year, McPhee joined the John Dummer Blues Band before forming a new incarnation of the Groundhogs, which went on to achieve considerable success. He also recorded two albums with Jo-Ann Kelly, Me And The Devil and The Same Thing On Their Minds.
Mick Farren was a raucous charasmatic vocalist who founded The Deviants in 1967. These were his spasmodic solo efforts, but he also went on to become quite a successful writer and a central part of London's Ladbroke Grove underground scene. Mona was comprised largely of heavy metal reinterpretations of R&B standards with quite a few spoken passages and has not aged at all well. The CD reissue, Partial Recall, not only gives Mona yet another airing (it was originally reissued by Psycho in 1984) it also includes a couple of tracks from Deviants 3 and three songs from Farren's later Vampire Stole My Lunch Money album.
"Mona (A Fragment)" (Ellas McDaniel) – 3:15
"Carnivorous Circus, Part 1" (Farren) – 15:19
"The Whole Thing Starts"
"But Charlie, It's Still Moving"
"Observe The Ravens"
"Society of the Horsemen"
"Summertime Blues" (Eddie Cochran, Jerry Capehart) – 2:41
"Carnivorous Circus, Part 2" (Farren) – 13:01
"Don't Talk to Me Mary"
"You Can't Move Me"
"In My Window Box"
"An Epitaph Can Point the Way"
"Mona (The Whole Trip)" (Ellas McDaniel) – 7:25
Mick Farren – Vocals and effects
Steve Hammond – Guitar and vocals
Pete Robinson – Organ and piano
Johnny Gustavson – Bass
Paul Buckmaster – Cello
Twink – Drums, vocals and percussion
Shagrat the Vagrant (Steve Peregrin Took) – Vocals and percussion
Raul – Conga
Italian rock & roll band from Padua, Italy, and founded in 1961, had an intense recording activity between '64 and '68 with the recording of two albums and several singles.
01. Piangevo Per Te 2:43
02. Il Mio Dolore 3:07
03. Credimi Cara 2:19
04. Anche Se Lei 2:11
05. Stasera Sono Solo 2:44
06. La Preghiera 2:36
07. Signora(Una Fetta Di Limone) 2:04
08. Non Piango Mai 3:09
09. Delfino Time 2:12
10. Quella Dei Sogni Miei 3:07
11. Tu Devi Ritornare Da Me 3:11
12. Non Farmi Ridere Di Te 2:31
13. Voglio Essers Il Tuo Uomo 2:44
01. Green Rocky Road 4:01
02. Whoopee Ti Yi Yo 3:25
03. Ribbon Bow 4:09
04. Katie Cruel 5:12
05. Little Margret 5:09
06. Red Rockin' Chair 3:50
07. Nottingham Town 6:26
08. Skillet Good and Greasy 3:56
09. In the Evening 5:28
In the second half of the the '70s, the Venetian composer/keyboardist LUCIANO BASSO recorded a series of albums, which represent an interesting mix of progressive music with classical influences and avant-garde. Trained as a pianist and composer at the music academy (Conservatorio) of his birthplace, he is currently a music teacher in the city of Padova. He has also contributed soundtracks to several documentary films produced by RAI, the Italian broadcasting company.
"Voci", the first album from 1976, is usually considered his best release, so that it was cited by "The Billboard Guide to Progressive Music" as one of the best-ever examples of classically-influenced progressive rock, comparing it to the work of such renowned bands as Focus and Curved Air. "Voci" contains five long instrumental tracks, with keyboards to the fore, backed by traditional, electric rock instrumentation. Among the guest musicians on this album, NUVOLE DI PAGLIA's bass player, Mauro Periotto.
Basso's later work has increasingly gone in the direction of contemporary classical music. He is also quite active as a concert pianist, performing both in Italy and abroad. ~ Raffaella Berry (Raff)
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