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    Quintessence ~ 1970 ~ Quintessence

    genre: psych

    country: uk

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

    time: 48'17" size: 375 mb

    issue: 2004

     

    01 - Jesus, Buddha, Moses, Gauranga 5:01
    02 - Sea Of Immortality 5:19
    03 - High On Mt. Kailash 5:51
    04 - Burning Bush (Live) 2:35
    05 - Shiva's Chant 2:16
    06 - Prisms 3:12
    07 - Twilight Zones 5:18
    08 - Maha Mantra 1:37
    09 - Only Love 3:54
    10 - St. Pancras (Live) 6:19
    11 - Infinitum 1:46

    bonus: 

    12 - Jesus, Buddha, Moses, Gauranga (Live Version) 5:08

     

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    Quintessence ~ 1969 ~ In Blissful Company

    genre: psych

    country: uk

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

    time: 44'42"  size: 259 mb

    issue: 2004

     

    Tapestry of Delights:

    This underground group was formed in response to an advert in 'Melody Maker' and after auditioning had been held in All Saints Hall, Notting Hill Gate. The guiding lights were Raja Ram (who'd been born Ron Rothfield in 1940 in Melbourne, Australia) and Sambhu Babaji.

    Their music was a fusion of jazz, rock and Eastern music which made great use of jazzy flute and rock guitars. At times they veered towards the pretentious but at their best they were able to achieve a high degree of spiritual union with their audience through the chanting of mantras.

    In Blissful Company was recorded a few weeks after their formation following their rapid success in getting the audience to their feet at consecutive Implosion underground events at the Roundhouse in 1969. The self-titled Quintessence followed the next year. Very much a period piece it hasn't aged well. The opening track, Jesus, Buddha, Moses, Gauranga has a haunting quality and several other cuts like High On Mt. Koilash, Shiva's Chant, Moho Mantra and the finale, Infinitum are based around mantras and achieve a spiritual feel. Of the remaining material Burning Bush contains some good fuzz guitar and Prisms exudes an aura of freshness and optimism. The remaining cuts are rather tedious, mostly instrumental freak-outs.

    Dive Deep is generally less spiritual (the exception being the final track Sri Ram Chant). It's comprised of pleasant, predominantly instrumental longer tracks (six in all), of which the title cut and Sri Ram Chant sound the best. Much of the material is too self-indulgent.

    Shiva and Maha Dev left after the partly live Self album. Shiva went on to form the similar Kala.

     

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    Queen ~ 1974 ~ Queen II

    genre: heavy glam

    country: uk

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

    time: 55'29" size: 345 mb

    issue: 1991

     

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    Side White

    "Procession" – 1:12

    "Father to Son" – 6:12
    "White Queen (As It Began)" – 4:33
    "Some Day One Day" – 4:21
    "The Loser in the End" (Roger Taylor) – 4:01


    Side Black

    All songs written by Freddie Mercury.

    "Ogre Battle" – 4:08
    "The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke" – 2:39
    "Nevermore" – 1:17
    "The March of the Black Queen" – 6:03
    "Funny How Love Is" – 3:14
    "Seven Seas of Rhye" – 2:48

     

    bonus:
    12. See What a Fool I've Been [Original B-Side] 4:38
    13. Ogre Battle [1991 bonus remix and additional production by Nicholas Sansano] 3:30
    14. Seven Seas of Rhye [1991 bonus remix and additional production by Freddy Bast...


     

    All songs written by Brian May, unless noted otherwise.

     

    Freddie Mercury: Lead vocals, background vocals, piano, harpsichord

    Brian May: Guitars, bells on "The March of the Black Queen", lead vocals on "Some Day One Day", background vocals, piano and organ on "Father to Son."

    Roger Taylor: Drums, gong, marimba, background vocals, Additional Vocalist "The March of The Black Queen", lead vocals and rhythm guitar on "The Loser in the End"

    John Deacon: Bass guitar, acoustic guitar

     

    Roy Thomas Baker: Castanets on "The Fairy Feller's Master-Stroke.", Stylophone on "Seven Seas Of Rhye".

    Robin Cable: Piano effects (with Freddie Mercury) on "Nevermore."


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    Queen ~ 1973 ~ Queen

    genre: heavy glam

    country: uk

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

    time: 46'12" size: 308 mb

    issue: 1991

     

    Tapestry of Delights:

    Queen were formed in 1970 when Brian May and Roger Taylor (both formerly with Smile and prior to that May had been in a teenage band called The Others) teamed up with Freddie Mercury (real name Frederick Bulsara), who'd been born in Zanzibar on 5 September 1946. Bulsara had come to live in England with his family in 1959 at Feltham in Middlesex just a short walk from Brian May's home although the two didn't meet until 1970. Bulsara had previously sung with Wreckage, who didn't make it onto vinyl. After some months of auditioning the line-up was completed by bassist John Deacon, a science graduate from Leicester.

    From early 1971 they picked up gigs whenever they could but continued to pursue their individual occupations. Their initial breakthrough came in November 1972 when they were signed by Trident Productions after some of the company's executives had attended a Queen concert on the recommendation of two of the firm's engineers who had heard a demo tape of the band.

    Trident financed a debut album, produced by the two engineers who'd 'discovered' them (Roy Thomas Baker and John Anthony), which was leased to EMI. EMI launched Queen with a gig at London's Marquee on 9 April 1973. Whilst the debut album was awaited Freddie Mercury recorded a revival of The Beach Boys' classic I Can Hear Music using the pseudonym Larry Lurex. It didn't chart. The same fate befell Queen's debut single Keep Yourself Alive.

    Their first album veered towards the hard rock of groups like Led Zeppelin although the style and posturings of frontman Freddie Mercury derived from the 'glam' rock era. Sales were slow at first, but eventually as the band became better-known it peaked at No 24 in the UK and No 83 in the US the following year.

    On 12 April 1974 Queen started a US tour as support to Mott The Hoople. Meanwhile, their second 45, Seven Seas Of Rhye got to No 10 in the UK. During the tour Brian May developed hepatitis and then a duodenal ulcer resulting in the tour eventually being abandoned in May 1974. This more or less coincided with the release of their second album Queen II, which got to No 5 in the UK and regenerated interest in their first album.

    Their third album Sheer Heart Attack brought them international recognition, climbing to No 2 in the UK and No 12 in the US the following year going gold. Among its finer moments were the excellent Killer Queen, a dynamic song with some good harmonised vocals, which was released as a 45 and also got to No 2 in the UK and No 12 in the US. The group toured the UK extensively to help promote their album and 45 during 1974. In February 1975 they turned their attention first to the States and later in the Spring they toured the Far East. Their next 45 Now I'm Here narrowly missed the UK Top Ten.

    A Night At The Opera was their magnum opus with the seven-minute long lavishly produced and operatic Bohemian Rhapsody the jewel in its crown. ... and so on ....

     

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    Procol Harum ~ 1977 ~ Something Magic

    genre: mainstream

    country: uk

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

    time: 40'37" size: 250 mb

    issue: 1995

     

    Something Magic 3.34

    Skating on Thin Ice 4.46
    Wizard Man 2.30
    The Mark of the Claw (Grabham/Reid) 4.37
    Strangers in Space 6.02

     

    The Warm & The Tree 18.35
    Part I Introduction. Menacr. Occupation.
    Part II Enervation. Expectancy. Battle.
    Part III Regeneration. Epiloque.
    (Brooker / Reid )


    Gary Brooker - voice, pno

    Mick Grabham - el. gtrs

    Pete Solley - orgn, snthzrs

    Chris Copping - bss

    B.J. Wilson - drms


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    Procol Harum ~ 1974 ~ Exotic Birds And Fruit

    genre: mainstream

    country: uk

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

    time: 41'16" size: 250 mb

    issue: 1995

     

    Side one

    1. "Nothing But The Truth" 3:13
    2. "Beyond The Pale" 3:03
    3. "As Strong as Samson" 5:05
    4. "The Idol" 6:38

    Side two:

    "The Thin End of The Wedge" 3:44
    6. "Monsieur R. Monde" 3:40
    7. "Fresh Fruit" 3:05
    8. "Butterfly Boys" 4:25
    9. "New Lamps For Old" 4:00

    bonus:

    "Drunk Again (B-side)" 4:31

     

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    the Pretty Things ~ 1968 ~ S.F. Sorrow

    genre: psych

    country: uk

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

    time: 1:08'45" size: 315 mb

     

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    Side 1 

    "S.F. Sorrow is Born" – 3:12
    "Bracelets of Fingers" – 3:41
    "She Says Good Morning" (May, Taylor, Waller, Alder) – 3:23
    "Private Sorrow" (May, Taylor, Waller, Povey) – 3:51
    "Balloon Burning" (May, Taylor, Waller, Povey) – 3:51
    "Death" (May, Taylor, Waller, Alder) – 3:05
    Side 2 

    "Baron Saturday" – 4:01
    "The Journey" (May, Taylor, Waller, Alder) – 2:46
    "I See You" – 3:56
    "Well of Destiny" (Smith, May, Taylor, Waller, Povey, Alder) – 1:46
    "Trust" – 2:49
    "Old Man Going" (May, Taylor, Waller, Povey, Alder) – 3:09
    "Loneliest Person" (May, Taylor, Waller, Alder) – 1:29

    2003 reissue: 

    "Defecting Grey" [Bonus Track] – 4:31
    "Mr. Evasion" [Bonus Track] – 3:31
    "Talkin' About the Good Times" [Bonus Track] – 3:46
    "Walking Through My Dreams" [Bonus Track] (May, Taylor, Waller, Povey) – 3:47

     

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    Patto ~ 1970 ~ Patto

    genre: psych boogie

    country: uk

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

    time: 41'05" size: 246 mb

    issue: 2002

     

    1. The Man 6:21

    02. Hold Me Back 4:46
    03. Time To Die 3:01
    04. Red Glow 5:20
    05. San Antone 3:15
    06. Government Man 4:26
    07. Money Bag 10:11
    08. Sittin' Back Easy

     

    Mike Patto / vocals

    Ollie Halsall / guitar, piano, vibes, vocals)

    John Halsey / drums, vocals

    Clive Griffiths / bass

     

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    Patto ~ 1995 ~ Sense Of The Absurd

    genre: boogie

    country: uk

    quality : mp3 (256k, booklet scans)

    time: 55'42"+58'56" size: 220 mb
    misc: '70 Patto + '71 
    Hold Your Fire

     

    PattoFan.com:

    If you are looking to get just one CD release from Patto, this is it! "Sense of the Absurd" is a repackaging of Patto's first two albums, "Patto" (1970) and "Hold Your Fire" (1971). The original master tapes were used, so the albums sound better here than on the Repertoire CD releases of the individual albums. Plus there is more than 30 minutes of previously unreleased bonus tracks!

    No explanation or credit is given for the new cover artwork pictured at the top of this page.

    The booklet folds out into a nice 6-panel sheet with photos of Patto/Timebox and liner notes from Richard Lane.

     

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    Pan ~ 2004 ~ On the Air

    genre: psych, blues

    country: denmark

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

    time: 52'52" size: 335 mb

    misc.: live '70

     

    1. Far Away form Home 2:15
    2. Freedom 9:54
    3. Time 6:27
    4. I cannot keep from crying 14:42
    5. I ain't got no Home (Ramblin' Man) 2:15
    6. Deliverance 5:55
    7. If I was Another Man 6:14
    8. From A Tree 5:04

     

    Robert Lelievre - sang, guitar
    Arne Wurgler - el bas
    Henning Verner - orgel
    Thomas Puggaard-Muller - guitar
    Michael Puggaard-Muller - trommer
    Niels Skousen - sang until 07 jan

     

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    Pallas ~ 1984 ~ The Sentinel

     

    genre: neo prog

    country: uk

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

    time: 57'29" size: 380 mb

    issue: 2004

     

    01. Shock Treatment (4:29)

    02. Cut + Run (4:59)
    03. Arrive Alive (4.05)
    04. Rise And Fall (6:05) (part 1)
    05. East West (4:58)
    06. March On Atlantis (5:23)
    07. Rise And Fall (part 2) (4:08)
    08. Heart Attack (7:59)
    09. Atlantis (7:59)
    10. Ark of Infinity (7:05)

     

    Ronnie Brown / keyboards

    Derek Forman / drums, percussion

    Euan Lowson / vocals

    Niall Mathewson / guitar

    Graeme Murray / bass, vocals


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    Pink Floyd ~ 1977 ~ Animals

    genre: psych

    country: uk

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

    time: 41'40" size: 212 mb

    issue: '07's box

     

    Wiki

     

    Side one
    1. "Pigs on the Wing 1" (Waters) vcls: Waters 1:24
    2. "Dogs" (Gilmour, Waters) vcls: Gilmour, Waters 17:06

    Side two
    1. "Pigs (Three Different Ones)" (Waters) vcls: Waters 11:28
    2. "Sheep" (Waters) vcls: Waters 10:21
    3. "Pigs on the Wing 2" (Waters) vcls: Waters 1:27

     

    All lyrics by Roger Waters

     

    David Gilmour — guitars, bass guitar, vocals, talk box, synthesizer, lead vocals on the first half of "Dogs"
    Nick Mason — drums, percussion
    Roger Waters — bass guitar, lead vocals on remaining songs, acoustic and rhythm guitar
    Richard Wright — Hammond organ, Wurlitzer electric piano, Fender Rhodes electric piano, Hohner Clavinet, Yamaha grand piano, ARP Solina String Machine, ARP synthesizer, Minimoog, backing vocals

     

    Snowy White — lead guitar on "Pigs on the Wing" (8-track cartridge version only)


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    Pink Floyd ~ 1975 ~ Wish You Were Here

    genre: psych

    country: uk

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

    time: 44'15" size: 249 mb

    issue: '07's box

     

    Wiki

     

    Side one

    "Shine on Uou Crazy Diamond" vcls: Waters 13:30
       Part 1. (Wright/Waters/Gilmour)
       Part 2. (Gilmour/Waters/Wright)
       Part 3. (Waters/Gilmour/Wright)
       Part 4. (Gilmour/Wright/Waters)
       Part 5. (Waters/Gilmour/Wright)
    "Welcome to rhe Machine" (Waters) vcls: Gilmour 7:31

    Side two
    "Have a Cigar" (Waters) vcls: Harper 5:08
    "Wish You Were Here" (Waters/Gilmour) vcls: Gilmour 5:40
    "Shine on You Crazy Diamond" vcls: Waters 12:31
       Part 6. (Wright/Waters/Gilmour)
       Part 7. (Waters/Gilmour/Wright)
       Part 8. (Gilmour/Wright/Waters)
       Part 9. (Wright)

     

    All lyrics by Roger Waters.

     

    David Gilmour – vocals, guitars, lap steel guitar, EMS Synthi AKS, keyboards, tape effects; 6 & 12 strings acoustic guitar on "Wish You Were Here"

    Roger Waters – vocals, bass guitar, guitar, VCS3, tape effects

    Nick Mason – drums, percussion, tape effects

    Richard Wright – keyboards, VCS3, clavinet, background vocals

    +

    Dick Parry - sax on `Shine on You Crazy Diamond`

    Roy Harper - vcl on `Have a Cigar`

    B.vcls - by Venetta Fields and Carlena Williams


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    Pink Floyd ~ 1973 ~ The Dark Side Of The Moon

    genre: psych

    country: uk

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

    time: 42'50" size: 254 mb

    issue: '07's box

     

    Wiki

     

    Side one

    1. "Speak to Me" (Mason) Instrumental 1:30
    2. "Breathe" (Waters, Gilmour, Wright) vcls: Gilmour 2:43
    3. "On the Run" (Gilmour, Waters) Instrumental 3:30
    4. "Time" (containing "Breathe (Reprise)") (Mason, Waters, Wright, Gilmour) vcls: Gilmour and Wright 6:53
    5. "The Great Gig in the Sky" (Wright, Clare Torry) vcls: Clare Torry 4:15

    Side two

    1. "Money" (Waters) vcls: Gilmour 6:30
    2. "Us and Them" (Waters, Wright) vcls: Gilmour and Wright 7:34
    3. "Any Colour You Like" (Gilmour, Mason, Wright) Instrumental 3:24
    4. "Brain Damage" (Waters) vcls: Waters 3:50
    5. "Eclipse" (Waters) vcls: Waters 1:45

     

    All lyrics by Roger Waters

     

    David Gilmour – vocals, pedal steel and electric guitar, VCS 3 synthesiser, production

    Nick Mason – drums, percussion, tape effects, production

    Roger Waters – bass guitar, vocals, VCS 3 synthesiser, tape effects, production

    Richard Wright – keyboards, vocals, VCS 3 synthesiser, production

     

    Additional musicians

    Dick Parry – saxophone on "Money" and "Us and Them"

    Clare Torry – vocals on "The Great Gig in the Sky", background vocals

    Lesley Duncan – background vocals

    Barry St. John – background vocals

    Liza Strike – background vocals

    Doris Troy – background vocals


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    Pink Floyd ~ 1972 ~ Obscured By Clouds

    genre: psych

    country: uk

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

    time: 40'32" size: 230 mb

    issue: '07's box

     

    Wiki

     

    Side one

    1. "Obscured by Clouds" (Gilmour, Waters) Instrumental 3:03
    2. "When You're In" (Gilmour, Waters, Wright, Mason) Instrumental 2:30
    3. "Burning Bridges" (Wright, Waters) vcls: Gilmour, Wright 3:29
    4. "The Gold It's in The..." (Gilmour, Waters) vcls: Gilmour 3:07
    5. "Wot's... Uh the Deal?" (Gilmour, Waters) vcls: Gilmour 5:08
    6. "Mudmen" (Wright, Gilmour) Instrumental 4:20

    Side two

    7. "Childhood's End" (Gilmour) vcls: Gilmour 4:31
    8. "Free Four" (Waters) vcls: Waters 4:15
    9. "Stay" (Waters, Wright) vcls: Wright 4:05
    10. "Absolutely Curtains" (Gilmour, Waters, Wright, Mason) Instrumental 5:52

     

    David Gilmour – guitars, vocals, VCS3

    Nick Mason – drums, percussion

    Roger Waters – bass guitar, vocals, VCS3

    Richard Wright – keyboards, vocals, VCS3


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    Pink Floyd ~ 1971 ~ Meddle

    genre: psych

    country: uk

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

    time: 46'52" size: 227 mb

    issue: '07's box

     

    Wiki

     

    One of These Days (Mason, Gilmour, Waters, Wright) vcls: Mason (Vocal phrase) 5:57

    A Pillow of Winds (Gilmour, Waters) vcls: Gilmour 5:10
    Fearless (Gilmour, Waters) vcls: Gilmour 6:08
    San Tropez (Waters) vcls: Waters 3:43
    Seamus (Mason, Gilmour, Waters, Wright) vcls: Gilmour 2:16

     

    Echoes (Mason, Gilmour, Waters, Wright) vcls: Gilmour and Wright 23:29

    David Gilmour – lead guitar, bass guitar on "One of These Days", lead vocals on "A Pillow of Winds", "Fearless", "Seamus" and "Echoes", harmonica on "Seamus"

    Roger Waters – bass guitar, rhythm guitar on "Fearless", lead vocals and guitars on "San Tropez"

    Richard Wright – piano, hammond organ, farfisa organ, vocals on "Echoes"

    Nick Mason – drums, percussion, vocal phrase on "One of These Days"

    Additional personnel:

    Seamus the Dog – vocals on "Seamus"


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    Pink Floyd ~ 1969 ~ More

    genre: psych

    country: uk

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

    time: 45'01" size: 230 mb

    issue: '07's box

     

    Wiki

     

     Side one

    1. "Cirrus Minor" Waters 5:18
    2. "The Nile Song" Waters 3:26
    3. "Crying Song" Waters 3:33
    4. "Up the Khyber" Mason, Wright 2:12
    5. "Green Is the Colour" Waters 2:58
    6. "Cymbaline" Waters 4:50
    7. "Party Sequence" Waters, Wright, Gilmour, Mason 1:07
     Side two

    1. "Main Theme" Waters, Wright, Gilmour, Mason 5:27
    2. "Ibiza Bar" Waters, Wright, Gilmour, Mason 3:19
    3. "More Blues" Waters, Wright, Gilmour, Mason 2:12
    4. "Quicksilver" Waters, Wright, Gilmour, Mason 7:13
    5. "A Spanish Piece" Gilmour 1:05
    6. "Dramatic Theme" Waters, Wright, Gilmour, Mason 2:15

     

    All lead vocals performed by David Gilmour

     

    David Gilmour – acoustic, electric, slide, and Flamenco guitars, tape effects, bongos, vocals

    Nick Mason – percussion, drums, bongos

    Roger Waters – bass guitar, guitar, tape and birdsong effects, bongos, gong

    Richard Wright – Hammond and Farfisa organs, piano, vibraphone, bongos


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