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    Main » 2010 » February » 05




    genre: pop

    country: uk

    quality : lossless  (ape, cue, log, scans)

    time: 46'14" size: 303 mb


    Count Me Out (Brooker / Sutherland)
    Two Fools In Love (Brooker / Fisher / Reid)
    Echoes In The Night (Brooker / Fisher / Reid)
    Ghost Train (Brooker / Fisher / Reid)
    Mr. Blue Day (Brooker / Sutherland)
    Saw The Fire (Brooker / Fisher / Reid)
    The Long Goodbye (Brooker / Fisher / Reid)
    Hear What You're Saying (Brooker / Fisher / Reid)
    Missing Person (Brooker / Sutherland)
    Trick Of The Night (Brooker / Fisher / Reid)


    Gary Brooker – Keyboards, vocal

    B.J.Wilson – Drums & Percussion

    Matthew Fisher – Keyboards

    Matt Lettley, Henry Spinetti – Drums

    Ray Cooper – Percussion

    Tim Renwick, Phil. Palmer, Robert Ahwai – Guitar

    Eric Clapton – Lead guitar on Echoes in the night

    Dave Bronze, John Giblin – Bass

    Jamie Talbot – Sax

    Rory Gallagher – Slide Guitar

    Jean Rich, Ronnie Carryl, Linda Page, Jeanette Sewell, Shola Phillips, Franky Brooker – Backing Vocals

    The London Community Gospel Choir

    The National Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Nicholas Dodd

     
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    the Box Tops ~ 1968a ~ Cry Like A Baby

    genre: pop

    country: us

    quality : lossless  (flac tracks, cue, log, covers)

    time: 45'15" size: 230 mb

     

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    From Memphis and originally known as The Devilles, The Box Tops got the hit of the Summer of 1967 with The Letter, written by Wayne Carson Thompson and masterfully produced by Dan Penn, the famous songwriter. Their singer, Alex Chilton, was only 16 when it was recorded and Bill Cunningham was the brother of B.B. Cunningham from The Hombres. The line-up of the group was quite unstable, Chilton being the only continuous member and several tracks were in fact recorded by the American Recording Studios house band (Cogbill, Spreen, Leech, Moman...).

    Very much a singles band, their albums are of minor interest but always contained some successful hits. The singles were released on Mala, a sub-label of Bell.

    When the group broke up, Alex Chilton went on to form Big Star, which was a total commercial failure at the time but is now regarded as one of the first and finest examples of power pop. Chilton went solo and had a long, prolific and extremely chaotic career of singer, songwriter and producer (he notably produced the first Cramps album).

    The Box Tops reformed in 1997 and recorded a live CD released in France by Last Call.

    Tom Boggs also played with Tommy Burk and The Counts. ~ (Stephane Rebeschini)

     
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    genre: psych

    country: us

    quality : lossless  (flac, cue, log, scans)

    time: 32'37" size: 218 mb

    issue: 1996

     

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    This is one of those interesting albums that linked the psychedelic and progressive eras. An album of imagination, variety and different moods. It's not all good - some cuts are plain bad - but others are superb. The opening track, Electric Star, is an exquisite slice of floating, melodic psychedelia, which occasionally lapses into dementia. Watch veers towards acid rock with some fine guitar licks. Another Face has a haunting keyboard introduction but then picks up tempo with lots of fuzz guitar. Those three tracks are the highlight. A few songs are bluesy but often contain unpredictable mood changes and the final track, Steve's Jam, contains lots of good fuzz guitar. This album is horrendously rare.

     
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