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    Main » 2010 » May » 09



    genre: kraut
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 42'25"  size: 259 mb

    Cosmic Dreams:
    A band from Berlin that made one of the best 'rock albums' on the legendary green Brain 1,000-series. The members reputedly lived as a commune. Tears Are Going Home was recorded in Berlin, but mixed at Windrose Studios, Hamburg, by the hard-working Konrad Plank, assisted by Hans Lampe. The seven tracks on the album are extremely varied, covering the important styles of progressive rock of the day: the heavy space style of Hawkwind (on the title track), strange folk-rock ("All My Love To You", "Would Be Better You Run") and West Coast rock ("I'm Just A Mad Dog"). Sadly, no more was ever heard from the band. For many years their album could be acquired quite cheaply, but recently the band seems to have been discovered by collectors and the price has risen.

    Views: 2352 | Date: 09.05.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    genre: avant-garde
    country: france
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 36'28"  size: 173 mb
    misc.: 1994

    Scented Gardens Of The Mind:
    Lard Free was a tool for Gilbert Artman's musical experiments, starting with what sounds like King Fripp having his Mahogany Brain squeezed through a Soft Machine. Six tracks of four musicians going through the motions to largely repetitive rhythms. Not entirely successful, but still interesting and certainly worth hearing for the open minded.
    I'm Around About Midnight switched to electronics with notable contributions from Richard Pinhas. Arguably this is more interesting than the earliest Heldon album, being more varied and less derivative (of Fripp & Eno, that is). Spirale Malax was a masterpiece - and in effect krautrock made in France. This departure into the deepest corridors of dreams has the same transient magic as Tangerine Dream albums between 1974-75, with equally surreal production where instruments seem to undulate between the speakers. Too bad Gilbert Artman deserted this direction in favour of Urban Sax!

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    genre: rock/pop
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape vinyl rip, cue, log, scans)
    time: 38'26 "  size: 266 mb

    "Running Back to Me" (Fogerty, Oda)
    "Life Is But a Dream" (Fogerty)
    "Mistreater" (Oda)
    "Run With Your Love" (Oda)
    "Bart" [instrumental] (Oda)
    "Take Me Back to London" (Fogerty, Oda)
    "Can You Really Say" (Davis)
    "Singin' the Blues" (McCreary)
    "Dance All Night" (Davis)

    Tom Fogerty - guitar, harmonica, vocals
    Randy Oda - guitar, keyboards, vocals
    Anthony Davis - bass, vocals
    Bobby Cochran - drums, percussion, vocals

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    Carson ~ 1972 ~ On The Air + 1973 ~ Blown
    genre: blues
    country: australia
    quality: mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 1:19'24"  size: 192 mb
     
    Dreams, Fantasies & Nightmares:

    A popular Melbourne band who operated between 1971-73. They were earlier known as Carson County Band. Their work was wide-ranging, but can best be described as boogie rock.

    The Travelling South 45 saw the band extend out beyond their earlier strict blues format on the 'A' side. which was notable for a dual guitar lead riff that leads into a passage of superb slide guitar playing. The flip side was a strong blues song with lots of riffs and superb slide guitar.

    Their debut album Blown was a solid effort full of wild bluesy hard rock. It's notable for Sleepy Greg Lawrie's slick slide guitar work and sported a cover with striking (but simple) sci-fi imagery. It contained a version of Boogie, which differed considerably from the single. The material ranged from powerful numbers like this to laid back blues evidenced in Up In Queensland and Sunday In The City with a rock 'n' jazz offering in Rock And Roll Game and an instrumental Banana Power providing further diversity.

    By 1973 they'd lost their sense of direction as evidenced on On The Air. If you're into blues though, there's still a lot of relaxed playing to be heard on here. There are some good guitar licks on Elmore James' Dust My Broom and another version of Boogie, whilst Dingo and Laid-back Feel were good mood pieces. The album is a document of their performance at the 1973 Sunbury Rock Festival.

    It was no real surprise when they went their separate ways after Sunbury 1973. Broderick Smith went on to The Dingoes.

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    genre: prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (WavPack, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 1:00'54"  size: 363 mb
     
    01. The Show Of Our Lives 4:55
    02. Stuck In A Hole 3:15
    03. Dabsong Conshirto 12:32
    04. All The Way 6:33
    05. A Very Smelly Grubby Little Oik/Bobbing Wide/Come On Back/Grubby Oik Reprise 11:45
    06. Behind You 5:13
    07. The Last Unicorn 5:34
    08. Nightmare 6:18
    09. Better By Far 4:49
     
    David Sinclair (keyboards)
    Dek Messecar (bass)
    Geoffrey Richardson (viola)
    Jan Schelhaas (keyboards)
    Mike Wedgewood (bass, vocals)
    Pye Hastings (guitar, vocals)
    Richard Coughlan (drums)
     
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    genre: jazz/fuzion
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 41'04"  size: 269 mb
     

    01. Marilyn Monroe 4:15
    02. Das Schwein trгgt 5:00
    03. Signed 8:34
    04. There was a time 12:35
    05. Stars on the stage 10:40

    Roland Schaeffer - sax, gtr, clarinet
    Eddy von Overheidt - tasten
    Rainer Bodensohn - flute
    Enno Dernov - bss
    Horst Mittmann - drms

    see also:

    1972 ~ Smile A While

    2003 ~ Bremen 73

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