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    Main » 2010 » February » 06



    genre: blues

    country: us

    quality : lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans,  size: 248 mb), mp3 (320k, booklet scans, size: 96 mb)

    time: 39'24"

     

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    "Southbound" (Gregg Allman) - 3:41
    "February 3rd" (Composer Unknown) - 2:56
    "God Rest His Soul" (Steve Alaimo) - 4:02
    "Apollo 8" (Composer Unknown) - 2:37
    "It's Not My Cross to Bear" (Gregg Allman) - 3:36
    "Down in Texas" (alternate version) (Marlon Greene-Eddie Hinton) - 2:21
    "Three Time Loser" (Don Covay-Ronald Miller) - 2:40
    "Bad Dream" (Gregg Allman) - 3:37
    "She Is My Woman" (Composer Unknown) - 2:38
    "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" (Bobby Braddock and Curly Putman) - 3:12
    "Kind of a Man" (Composer Unknown) - 3:07
    "I've Been Trying (alternate version)" (Curtis Mayfield) - 2:35
    "In a Time" (Paul Hornsby) - 2:17

     

    Gregg Allman – organ, piano, vocal (all tracks)
    Duane Allman – guitars, vocal ("Down in Texas", I've Been Trying" and "In A Time")
    Paul Hornsby – piano, organ, vocal ("Down in Texas", I've Been Trying" and "In A Time")
    Johnny Sandlin – drums ("Down in Texas", I've Been Trying" and "In A Time")
    Pete Carr – bass ("Down in Texas")
    Mabron McKinney – bass ("I've Been Trying" and "In A Time")
    Several unknown studio musicians on horns, guitars, backing vocals, drums, bass, keyboards and percussion (tracks 1-11)

     
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    genre: eclectic, folk, pop
    country: uk

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

    time: 43'11" size: 255 mb

    issue: 1994

     

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    Tapestry Of Delights:

    Creme, Godley and Stewart had all been members of Manchester's beat scene. Creme's first group was The Sabres, Godley started out in Jerry Lee and The Staggerlees and was later in The Mockingbirds, which had been formed by Graham Gouldman in 1965. Gouldman was also a talented songwriter who wrote several hits for other artists and made several attempts at a solo career. Stewart first came to light in Wayne Fontana and The Mindbenders. When The Mindbenders broke away from Fontana Stewart stayed with them but when they finally split, Stewart and Gouldman bought a recording studio in Manchester. Godley and Creme, meanwhile, released a 45, I'm Beside Myself, under the pseudonym Frabjoy and Runcible Spoon, on which Stewart and Gouldman played as session musicians. Having done songwriting for the US Kasenetz-Katz production team, the group re-equipped their Manchester studio (now called Strawberry Studios) and wrote and recorded Neanderthal Man, a song with an extremely distinctive heavy rhythmic backing, which was released as a 45 under the name Hotlegs and became a massive worldwide hit, selling over two million copies. It peaked at No 22 in the US, but climbed to No 2 here in the UK. Subsequent recordings under this name failed but, as most of you know, a couple of years later the same personnel became 10cc.

     
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    genre: jazz

    country: uk

    quality : mp3 (192k, scans)

    time: 40'52" size: 81 mb


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    1. Hopper Tunity Box (3:34)
    2. Miniluv (3:32)
    3. Gnat Prong (7:55)
    4. Lonely Sea and the Sky (6:31)
    5. Crumble (3:55)
    6. Lonely Woman (3:20)
    7. Mobile Mobile (5:00)
    8. Spanish Knee (3:48)
    9. Oyster Perpetual (3:10)


    - Nigel Morris / drums
    - Frank Roberts / piano
    - Mike Travis / drums
    - Richard Brunton / guitar
    - Hugh Hopper / bass, percussion, guitar, saxophone (Soprano)
    - Gary Windo / clarinet (bass), saxophone
    - Marc Charig / cornet, horn (Tenor)
    - Elton Dean / saxophone, saxophone (Alto)

     
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    the Honeybus ~ 2002 ~ She Flies Like A Bird. The Anthology

    genre: beat,  psych

    country: uk

    quality : lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans,  size: 0,95 g), mp3 (320k, scans, 379 mb)

    time: 1:18`16"+1:17'44"

     

    Tapestry Of Delights:

    A classic one-hit wonder act this band will always be associated with the classic pop song I Can't Let Maggie Go.

    The band formed in London in 1967. Pete Dello (real name Peter Blumsom) and Ray Cane (real name Raymond Byart) formed it as a vehicle for their songwriting aspirations. The other two original members were Colin Hare and drummer Peter Kircher, who'd previously played for the Folkstone-based Loving Kind. Signed to Decca's progressive Deram label, their debut 45 sunk without a trace but is worth checking out. The 'A' side was something of a novelty with a kazoo and birdwarbler, the flip a good slice of psychedelic pop with some fine fuzztone guitar and fast, upfront drumming. The follow-up, (Do I Figure) In Your Life?, was a rather wistful folksy ballad with intricate harmonies and a string accompaniment. Despite considerable airplay Chart action inexplicably eluded it, although several artists, including Dave Berry, Joe Cocker and Dana subsequently covered it. Certainly it was one of the classics that got away. The flip was another strong electric composition with some fine guitar work.

    It was a case of third time lucky for the band when Dello's I Can't Let Maggie Go became their one and only Top 10 hit in April 1968. Another superb arrangement of strings and woodwind it echoed all the freshness and optimism of Springtime and its reputation was further assured when it was adopted as the theme tune by Nimble's TV bread advert. With the band on the brink of stardom Dello quit disillusioned with the music business - initially to study musical theory and to learn to play the violin. The band replaced him with Jim Kelly, a Scottish guitarist who they'd met whilst playing out in Germany.

    Ray Cane now became their principal songwriter and his first 'A' side, Girl Of Independent Means, was quite catchy and the Cane, Hare and Kircher composition on the flip boasted fine harmonies. Sadly, the punters just weren't interested and over six months elapsed until their next 45, She Sold Blackpool Rock. Coming with a lush string arrangement, it lacked the magic of their second and third 'A' sides but was a fair attempt to emulate them. When it failed to make any impact the band split in the Summer of 1969 on the advice of their manager Terry Noon.

    Deram released the Story album posthumously in 1970 and aside from an earlier 'B' side, How Long, it consisted of entirely new material. Much of it, like the title track, She's Out There and He Was Columbus, was accomplished pop with their by now characteristic string quartet arrangement but their harder side was well represented by Under The Silent Tree.

    Deram also released the title cut as a 45 backed with a previously unreleased cut. Colin Hare and Pete Dello both embarked on solo careers after the band's demise (see their entries for details). Encouraged by the critical acclaim his solo album had received Dello reformed Honeybus in late 1971 with the original line-up. They recorded some tracks for the Bell label and one 45 resulted. In 1973 they recorded an album's worth of material for Warner Brothers but then vetoed its release. Just one 45 emerged and the 'A' side featured the band's classic string arrangement plus a mandolin. Their final reunion came in 1976 and Decca put a product of it, Julie's In My Heart, on the flip to I Can't Let Maggie Go, the same year. Only Pete Kircher has remained active in the music business since then, initially as a member of R&B revivalists Shanghai, then in Original Mirrors and from 1983-86 in Status Quo.

     
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    genre: prog

    country: uk

    quality : lossless (flac, cue, log, scans,  size: 235 mb), mp3 (320k, scans, 98  mb)

    time: 39'12"

    issue: 1999

     

    1. Tramp (3:30)
    2. Family (4:30)
    3. Pause for a hoarse horse (3:00)
    4. Red E. Lewis and the red caps (4:30)
    5. In my time (4:15)
    6. How would it feel (3:25)
    7. Bad days (4:10)
    8. Mother (4:05)
    9. Moses (5:10)
    10. Welwyn Garden City Blues (1:30)
    11. You're no good (3:00)

     

    - Laurie Wisefield / Electric guitar (lead), vocals
    - Mick Stubbs / Electric guitar, 12 string guitar, lead vocals
    - Mick Cook / Drums, Percussion
    - Cliff Williams / Bass guitar, vocals
    +
    - Clive John / keyboards, mellotron
    - Johnny (Willie) Weider / violin

     

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    genre: psych

    country: uk

    quality : ogg  (360vbr, covers)

    time: 1:06'33"+58'10" size: 219 mb

     


    CD 1 (66:27):
    1. Ghost Dance (6:41)
    2. Watching the Grass Grow (4:46)
    3. D-Rider (8:59)
    4. Master of the Universe (8:35)
    5. Sonic Attack (7:30)
    6. Thoth (5:23)
    7. King (1:59)
    8. God Rock - Slo Blo (7:49)
    9. Serenade (2:29)
    10. Throw Away the Rind (3:00)
    11. Utopia 2000 (1:58)
    12. Brainstorm (7:18)


    CD 2 (58:06):
    13. Ejection (5:34)
    14. The Awakening (2:05)
    15. The Right Stuff (5:08)
    16. Armour for Everyday (6:31)
    17. Nirbasion Annasion (5:23)
    18. You Shouldn't Do That (10:55)
    19. T.V as Eyes (4:32)
    20. Orgone Accumulator (5:12)
    21. Silver Machine (12:46)


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    genre: psych

    country: uk

    quality : lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet hq art, size: 469 mb), mp3 (320k, scans, 191 mb)

    time: 1:03'04"

     

    Side 1

    "Abducted" (Ron Tree, Brock) – 2:45

    "Alien (I Am)" (Brock) – 7:46

    "Reject Your Human Touch" (Tree, Brock, Richard Chadwick, Alan Davey) – 2:20

    "Blue Skin" (Tree, Brock, Chadwick, Davey) – 7:07

    Side 2

    "Beam Me Up" (Hawkwind) – 4:11

    "Vega" (Davey) – 3:51

    "Xenomorph" (Tree, Davey) – 4:52

    "Journey" (Brock, Davey) – 3:12

    Side 3

    "Sputnik Stan" (Davey) – 7:03

    "Kapal" (Brock, Chadwick, Davey) – 5:11

    "Festivals" (Kris Tait, Brock) – 6:50

    Side 4

    "Death Trap" (Robert Calvert, Brock) – 3:57

    "Wastelands" [aka "Wastelands Of Sleep"] (Brock) – 1:22

    "Are You Losing Your Mind?" (Tree, Brock, Chadwick, Davey) – 2:33
     
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    genre: prog

    country: uk

    quality : lossless  (ape, cue, log, scans, size: 230 mb), mp3 (320k, scans, 115 mb)

    time: 41'40"

     

    "When Language Corrodes" – 2:46
    "Babel" – 4:36
    "Logodaedalus" – 2:18
    "Like Perfume" – 1:32
    "Your Word" – 1:09
    "Always & A Day" – 2:08
    "Cretans Always Lie" – 3:25
    "All Greek" – 4:14
    "Call That A Conversation?" – 3:13
    "The Meanings Changed" – 1:57
    "Converse" – 2:09
    "Gone Ahead" – 5:39
    "Power Of Speech" – 2:41
    "If Language Explodes" – 3:46

     

    Peter Hammill - vox, keyboards, guitar
    Stuart Gordon - violins
    David Jackson - saxophones, flutes

     
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    genre: prog

    country: uk

    quality : lossless  (wv, cue, log, booklet scans, size: 396 mb), mp3 (320k, scans, 200 mb)

    time: 1:08'13"

    issue: 2006 remaster
     

    side A:
    "Modern" – 7:28
    "Wilhelmina" – 5:17
    "The Lie (Bernini's Saint Theresa)" – 5:40
    "Forsaken Gardens" – 6:15

    side B:
    "Red Shift" – 8.11
    "Rubicon" – 4:11
    "A Louse Is Not a Home" – 12:13

     

    08. The Lie (Live In Kansas City 16.02.78) 6:36
    09. Rubicon (BBC Radio One John Peel Session) 5:10
    10. Red Shift (BBC Radio One John Peel Session) 5:51
     
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    genre: rock'n'roll

    country: us

    quality : lossless  (ape separate, log)

    time: 33'29" size: 235 mb

    issue: 1999, live


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    1 Lullaby of Birdland Twist Weiss, Shearing 3:48
    2 Twist Marie Alfred 3:30
    3 One-Two-Three Twist 3:58
    4 Down by the Riverside Twist Traditional 3:38
    5 Queen of the Twisters Pomus, Shuman 2:40
    6 Caravan Twist Ellington, Tizol, Mills 3:02
    7 I Want a Little Girl Moll, Mencher 3:51
    8 Whistlin' and Walkin' Twist Beecher, Williamson 3:40
    9 Florida Twist Caruso, Pompilli 3:47
    10 Eight More Miles to Louisville Jones, Jones 1:26
     
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    genre: heavy

    country: uk

    quality : mp3  (224k, cover)

    time: 1:13'58" size: 122 mb

    misc.: rec. '73

     

    1 Intro 0:47
    2 Rock And Roll Woman 5:20
    3 Ordinary Girl 6:39
    4 Up The Hard Way 14:17
    5 Northern Girl 6:37
    6 Where I Am 4:53
    7 Statesboro' Blues 4:42
    8 Shangri-La 4:54
    9 Angela Theme Goodboy, Badboy 7:18
    10 A Long Way To Go 7:45
    11 Up The Hard Way 10:41

     

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    genre: heavy

    country: uk

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

    time: 1:04'57" size: 403 mb

    misc.: compil. rec. '69-'72

     

    Tapestry Of Delights:

    This hard rock band is perhaps most significant for the inclusion of Nicky Moore who was later in Tiger and Samson. However, his growling vocal style was certainly not for all. (VJ/MWh).

     

    ... Read more »

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    genre: country

    country: us

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

    time: 58'54" size: 366 mb

    issue: 1997

     

    Original album tracks:

    "You Ain't Going Nowhere": Bob Dylan Rec. date: March 9, 1968
    "I Am A Pilgrim": Traditional, arranged by Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman Rec. date: March 13, 1968
    "The Christian Life": Charles and Ira Louvin Rec. date: April 24, 1968
    "You Don't Miss Your Water": William Bell Rec. date: April 15, 1968
    "You're Still On My Mind": L. McDaniel Rec. date: April 17, 1968
    "Pretty Boy Floyd": Woody Guthrie Rec. date: March 12, 1968
    "Hickory Wind": Gram Parsons and Bob Buchanan Rec. date: March 9, 1968
    "One Hundred Years From Now": Gram Parsons Rec. date: May 27, 1968
    "Blue Canadian Rockies": C. Walker Rec. date: April 24, 1968
    "Life in Prison": Merle Haggard and J. Sanders Rec. date: April 4, 1968
    "Nothing Was Delivered": Bob Dylan Rec. date: March 15, 1968

     

    1997 Bonus Tracks:

    "You Got A Reputation": Tim Hardin Rec. date: March 14, 1968
    "Lazy Days": Gram Parsons Rec. date: March 11, 1968
    "Pretty Polly": Traditional, arranged by Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman Rec. date: March 13, 1968
    "The Christian Life" (rehearsal -- take 11): Rec. date: April 24, 1968 Previously unreleased rehearsal version with Parsons vocals
    "Life in Prison" (rehearsal -- take 11): Rec. date: April 4, 1968 Previously unreleased rehearsal version with Parsons vocals
    "You're Still On My Mind" (rehearsal -- take 43): Rec. date: April 17, 1968 Previously unreleased rehearsal version with Parsons vocals
    "One Hundred Years From Now" (rehearsal -- take 2): Rec. date: May 27, 1968 Previously unreleased rehearsal version with Parsons vocals
    "All I Have Is Memories": E.D. Hewitt-R.J. Ledford Rec. date: May 1, 1968 Previously unreleased instrumental

     

    The Byrds v. 4.1

    Roger McGuinn: vocals, guitar

    Chris Hillman: vocals, bass, mandolin

    Gram Parsons: guitar

    Kevin Kelley: drums

    plus:

    Earl "Les" Ball: piano

    Jon Corneal: drums

    Lloyd Green: steel guitar

    John Hartford: banjo, guitar, fiddle

    Roy M. Huskey: bass

    Jay Dee Maness: steel guitar

    Clarence White : guitar

     
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