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    Main » 2010 » March » 12



    genre: neo prog

    country:  germany

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

    time: 42'14"  size: 323 mb

    issue: 2005  remaster


    side A:
    1/ Through a Somber Galaxy - 6'00
    2/ Behind the Walls of Imagination - 6'25
    3/ Time to Turn - 4'32
    4/ Magic Mirrors - 5'25
    side B:
    5/ End of an Odyssey - 9'25
    6/ The Flash - 5'34
    7/ Say Is It True - 4'45


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    genre: neo prog

    country: us

    quality : mp3  (256vbr, scans)

    time: 1:02'27"  size: 122 mb


    reviews from GePR:

    Salem Hill is headed up by guitarist / vocalist / primary writer / keyboardist Carl Groves. Influences can be heard (the usual culprits - particularly Pink Floyd, Kings X, Kansas, Rush, Yes, and Crimson) - but Salem Hill goes beyond their influences and definitely has a sound of their own. While there first 2 CDs can be said to be progressive or at least have progressive leanings, depending on how you evaluate such things (and in any case are very good in their own right), it's their later three that are most worth checking out.

    Catatonia is a concept album. The songs tell the story of a guy disillusioned with life with some peculiar characteristics and I'll leave it to the reader to inquire further about the story if interested. Musically, it's primarily guitar oriented prog - with some keyboards added by Groves and Michael Ayers (who later joined Salem Hill). The Robbery of Murder is shows more musical growth and diversity, as well as a more intriguing story. Ayers joined Salem Hill so there's more going on between the guitars and keyboards. Not Everybody's Gold is not a concept album, but it contains the best music Salem Hill has put out (in my opinion). The keyboards are more integrated on this CD. The gem among all the tracks is "Sweet Home Suite" which is over 20 minutes long and is rich in instrumentation, complex time changes and polyrhythms, advanced harmonies, etc. - beyond that - it is truly orchestrated, not just arranged for a rock band. This track alone is worth buying the CD for. The rest of the CD contains some excellent progrock as well. -- Mike Tennenbaum


    Rumor had it after the release of Not Everybody's Gold that the band was on the verge of breaking up. This has been confirmed by the band, and in fact they had decided to call it quits. They called the recording of NEG everything from "not much fun" to "excruciating". Michael Ayers in particular wanted to dissolve the band. However, the original four members of the band (Michael Dearing - guitars, Carl Groves - vocals, guitars, keys, Kevin Thomas - drums, vocals and Patrick Henry - bass) got back together to do one more recording to fulfill a contractual agreement with Cyclops and suddenly discovered they were having a great time again. So, they are back together and working on a new album, tentatively titled Be, and they are shooting for a mid-2003 release date. It is supposed to Be another concept album. -- Fred Trafton


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    Mike Rutherford ~ 1980 ~ Smallcreep's Day

    genre: neo prog

    country: uk

    quality : mp3  (320k, scans)

    time: 51'28"  size: 132 mb

    issue: 1989

     

    1. "Smallcreep's Day" (Total Time 24:38)
       I. Between the Tick & the Tock – 3:59
       II. Working In Line – 3:07
       III. After Hours – 1:45
       IV. Cats and Rats (In This Neighbourhood) – 4:50
       V. Smallcreep Alone – 1:33
       VI. Out Into the Daylight – 3:49
       VII. At the End of the Day – 5:35
    2. "Moonshine" – 6:23
    3. "Time and Time Again" – 4:52
    4. "Romani" – 5:25
    5. "Every Road" – 4:13
    6. "Overnight Job" – 5:43

     

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    Ruphus ~ 1976 ~ Let Your Light Shine

    genre: heavy prog, fusion

    country: norway

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

    time: 40'20" size: 250 mb

     

    ProgArchives:

    RUPHUS is probably one of the most important 70’s Norwegian hard rock band with progressive tendencies (there were a few of those back then: AUNT MARY, TITANIC, POPOL VUH / ACE etc..) but their music evolution would differ greatly from those groups. Their debut "A New Born Day" is certainly one of the best Norwegian albums with a very exciting sound and its extraordinarily communicative enthusiasm, even if a bit dated. But three members left after the album release and a new singer was found for their second album "Ranshart", a more progressive record looking towards YES and FOCUS, but it was not quite as exciting as the debut. Future jazz-rock legend Terje Rypdal produced their third album "Let Your Light Shine", a jazz-rock album that had much success in Germany, but again, personnel change struck at the worst of times, but their fourth album "Inner Voice" continued the formula, but further changes undermined the group, eventually folding at the end of the decade to general indifference.

    RUPHUS’s discography is interesting to a few types of progheads from the more symphonic ones to the more fusional ones. ~ Hugues Chantraine
     

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    Room ~ 1970 ~ Pre Flight

    genre: heavy prog

    country: uk

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

    time: ' " size: 247 mb

    issue: korea

     

    Tapestry of Delights:

    Responsible for another extremely rare one-off album on Deram, Room offers progressive rock with strong bluesy overtones and even some excursions into jazzy territory, without ever leaving their rock foundations. A host of instruments, both strings and brass enliven the music, though at times it tends to get a bit too brassy. Jane Kevern sings well, but without much ability for different moods. Luckily the guitar parts are good too, so although more diversity in atmosphere would have made the record excellent, it is now not more than plain good. The arrangement of the final track Cemetery Junction with its unexpected foray into late 19th century symphonical, lifts this cut above the rest. This in fact refers to the major traffic crossroads in central Bournemouth (where the band were resident at the time).

    A Blandford Forum band, they won an NME 'Beat Contest'. Shortly after Pre-Flight was released John Hutcheson, who'd been in Ginger Man with drummer Bob Jenkins, joined the band on organ. ~ (Marcel Koopman)
     

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    the Rolling Stones ~ 1969 ~ Let It Bleed

    genre: psych

    country: uk

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

    time: 43'32"  size: 258 mb

     

    Side one

    "Gimmie Shelter" – 4:30
    "Love in Vain" (Robert Johnson) – 4:19
    "Country Honk" – 3:07
    "Live with Me" – 3:33
    "Let It Bleed" – 5:27

    Side two

    "Midnight Rambler" – 6:52
    "You Got the Silver" – 2:50
    "Monkey Man" – 4:11
    "You Can't Always Get What You Want" – 7:30

     

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    Claudio Rocchi ~ 1971 ~ Volo magico n.1

    genre: prog

    country: italy

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

    time: 36`20" size: 206 mb

    issue: 2003

     

    01. Volo Magico n°1 18:31
    02. La Realtà non Esiste 2:33
    03. Giusto Amore 11:10
    04. Tutto quello che ho da dire 4:05

     

    Bass - Eno Bruce

    Drums - Lorenzo Vassallo

    Guitar, Acoustic Guitar - Alberto Camerini , Ricky Belloni

    Lead Vocals, Guitar, Electronics - Claudio Rocchi

    Piano, Keyboards - Eugenio Pezza

    Vocals - Donatella Bardi

     

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