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    genre: heavy prog
    country: norway
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 33'50"  size: 259 or 82 mb
    misc.: originally Vertigo

    Scented Gardens Of The Mind:

    A heavy rock group which formed in 1972. The first Flax album sold poorly at the time of release in 1976 and has become something of a collector's item. It contained theatrical heavy rock (vocalist Hermod Falch was occasionally dressed in a skeleton costume when the group performed live), strongly influenced by Deep Purple (at the time of Machine Head) and, to a lesser degree, Uriah Heep and Queen. Their music also had some symphonic elements.

    Flax disbanded in 1975 some months before their debut album was released but a new line-up appeared in 1978. The resulting Flax Tapes (1980) showed some musical improvement, but was indeed closer in content to heavy rock than to progressive rock.

    Willy Bendiksen also played with Hшst and Jшrun Bшgeberg occasionally with Junipher Greene

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    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 33'39"  size: 110 mb

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    From Chicago, a mix of psyche and heavy rock, with good organ and guitars plus the powerful voice of their singer, who was probably influenced by Janis Joplin.

    This outfit reportedly evolved out of The One Eyed Jacks from Champaign, Illinois.

    (Stephane Rebeschini/Max Waller)

    01. I Can Be Happy 2:52
    02. Joshua 4:21
    03. Amalynda Guinevere 2:07
    04. Gimme Your Sweet 2:23
    05. Guitar Store Song 1:01
    06. Only For The Moment 3:14
    07. It's Not The Same 3:13
    08. Wayback 1:35
    09. Waiting For Mary 4:13
    10. Mistress De Charmaign 3:09
    11. Santa Anna Speed Queen 2:11
    12. Gotta Get Together 3:22

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    genre: blues
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 36'33"  size: 232 mb
    misc.: 2005

    "Miss Judy's Farm" (Stewart, Wood) - 3:42
    "You're So Rude" (Lane, McLagan) - 3:46
    "Love Lives Here" (Lane, Stewart, Wood) - 3:09
    "Last Orders Please" (Lane) - 2:38
    "Stay with Me" (Stewart, Wood) - 4:42
    "Debris" (Lane) - 4:39
    "Memphis, Tennessee" (Chuck Berry) - 5:31
    "Too Bad" (Stewart, Wood) - 3:16
    "That's All You Need" (Stewart, Wood) - 5:05

    Rod Stewart - vocals
    Ronnie Lane - bass, guitar, vocals
    Ronnie Wood - guitar, harmonica
    Ian McLagan - piano, organ
    Kenney Jones - drums
    Harry Fowler - steel drums on "That's All You Need"

    see also:
    1971 ~ Long Player
    Wicked Messenger - 1970 FM Broadcast

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    genre: kraut
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'28"  size: 339 mb
     
    Garden of Delights: 
    Eulenspygel were one of the first bands in the early 1970s to risk the change from English to German lyrics. Only mainstream pop songs were in German, and people were afraid of becoming associated with that sort of shallow music. But the band succeeded as can be seen from the quality of their first record "Eulenspygel 2”, the first record to be published on the Spiegelei label from Stuttgart. The number "2” in the title was due to the fact that the band’s predecessor, Royal Servants, had already released an LP entitled "We” in 1970 featuring the same line-up. As a consequence of the change from English to German lyrics, the band named itself after the German wag Till Eulenspiegel in order to make society and state look into the mirror by posing intelligent and inciting questions.
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    genre: doo wop
    country: us
    quality: mp3 (256k, scans)
    time: 52'58"  size: 113 mb


    01. The Wanderer 2:47
    02. A Teenager In Love 2:37
    03. Runaround Sue 2:43
    04. Where Or When 2:38
    05. Lonely Teenager 2:19
    06. I Wonder Why 2:19
    07. Lovers Who Wander 2:31
    08. No One Knows 2:36
    09. Little Diane 2:46
    10. Love Came To Me 2:42
    11. When You Wish Upon A Star 2:28
    12. Ruby Baby 2:37
    13. Donna The Prima Donna 2:54
    14. Drip Drop 2:37
    15. This Little Girl 2:38
    16. Sandy 2:19
    17. In The Still Of The Night 2:38
    18. Be Careful Of Stones That You Throw 2:50
    19. The Majestic 2:39
    20. Abraham, Martin And John 3:20

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    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 42'18"  size: 310 mb
    misc.: 2006 japan remaster

    Side one
    1. "Burn" David Coverdale, Ritchie Blackmore, Jon Lord, Ian Paice 6:04
    2. "Might Just Take Your Life" Coverdale, Blackmore, Lord, Paice 4:36
    3. "Lay Down, Stay Down" Coverdale, Blackmore, Lord, Paice 4:15
    4. "Sail Away" Coverdale, Blackmore 5:48
    Side two
    5. "You Fool No One" Coverdale, Blackmore, Lord, Paice 4:47
    6. "What's Goin' on Here" Coverdale, Blackmore, Lord, Paice 4:55
    7. "Mistreated" Coverdale, Blackmore 7:25
    8. "'A' 200" Blackmore, Lord, Paice 3:51

    David Coverdale - lead vocals
    Ritchie Blackmore - guitar
    Glenn Hughes - bass, vocals
    Jon Lord - keyboards
    Ian Paice - drums

    ... Read more »

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    genre: heavy psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 59'32"  size: 360 mb
    misc.: 2000 remaster

    1. "Chasing Shadows" Lord, Paice 5:34
    2. "Blind" Lord 5:26
    3. "Lalena" Leitch 5:05
    4. "Fault Line" Blackmore, Simper, Lord, Paice 1:46
    5. "The Painter" Evans, Blackmore, Simper, Lord, Paice 3:51
    6. "Why Didn't Rosemary?" Evans, Blackmore, Simper, Lord, Paice 5:04
    7. "The Bird Has Flown" Evans, Blackmore, Lord 5:36
    8. "April" Blackmore, Lord 12:10
    Bonus tracks:
    8. "The Bird Has Flown" (alternate b-side version) Evans, Blackmore, Lord 2:54
    9. "Emmaretta" (single a-side) Evans, Blackmore, Lord 3:00
    10. "Emmaretta" (BBC radio session; January 16, 1969) Evans, Blackmore, Lord 3:09
    11. "Lalena" (BBC radio session; June 6, 1969) Leitch 3:33
    12. "The Painter" (BBC radio session; June 6, 1969) Evans, Blackmore, Simper, Lord, Paice 2:18

    Ritchie Blackmore - guitar
    Rod Evans - lead vocals
    Nick Simper - bass, backing vocals
    Jon Lord - Hammond organ, keyboards, backing vocals
    Ian Paice - drums

    see also:
    1968 ~ Shades Of Deep Purple
    1968 ~ The Book Of Taliesyn
    1971 ~ Fireball
    1972 ~ Machine Head
    1972 - Live in Japan
    1975 - Come Taste The Band
    1996 - Mk III The Final Concerts 2cd
    2000 - Extended Versions: The Encore Collection2003 - Kneel & Pray: Live in Montreux 1969
    Final Truckin'

    ... Read more »

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    genre: blues
    country: us
    quality: mp3 (192k, scans)
    time: 1:24'01"  size: 145 mb

     Side A
    "Winin' Boy Blues" (Jelly Roll Morton) – 5:57
    "Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning" (Reverend Gary Davis) – 3:08
    "Embryonic Journey" (Jorma Kaukonen) – 1:56
    "Killing Time in the Crystal City" (Kaukonen) – 6:35
    Side B
    "I Wish You Would" (Billy Boy Arnold) – 4:20
    "Genesis" (Kaukonen) – 4:16
    "Extrication Love Song" (Kaukonen) – 4:26
    "Talking 'Bout You" (Chuck Berry) – 5:34
    Side C
    "Funky #7" (Kaukonen, Jack Casady) – 8:49
    "Serpent of Dreams" (Kaukonen) – 6:43
    "Bowlegged Woman, Knock Kneed Man" (Bobby Rush, Calvin Carter) – 4:51
    Side D
    "I See the Light" (Kaukonen) – 5:49
    "Watch the North Wind Rise" (Kaukonen) – 4:58
    "Sunrise Dance with the Devil" (Kaukonen) – 5:38
    "I Can't Be Satisfied" (McKinley Morganfield) – 4:58

    Side A
    Jorma Kaukonen – vocals, acoustic guitar
    Side B/C/D
    Jorma Kaukonen – vocals, guitar
    Jack Casady – bass
    Nick Buck – keyboards, backup vocal on "Talking 'Bout You"
    Bob Steeler – drums

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    genre: blues
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 36'10"  size: 317 mb

     Side A
    1. "Santa Claus Retreat" Jorma Kaukonen 4:10
    2. "Watch the North Wind Rise" Kaukonen 4:39
    3. "It's So Easy" Buddy Holly, Norman Petty 2:32
    4. "Bowlegged Woman, Knock-Kneed Man" Bobby Rush, Calvin Carter 3:05
    5. "Drivin' Around" Nick Buck 2:53

    Side B
    1. "I Wish You Would" Billy Boy Arnold 3:10
    2. "I Can't Be Satisfied" McKinley Morganfield 3:52
    3. "Talkin' 'Bout You" Chuck Berry 3:29
    4. "Extrication Love Song" Kaukonen 4:11
    5. "Song from the Stainless Cymbal" Kaukonen 4:01

    Jorma Kaukonen – vocals, guitar
    Jack Casady – bass
    Bob Steeler – drums, percussion
    Additional Personnel:
    Nick Buck – keyboards
    John Sherman – 2nd guitar on "Bowlegged Woman, Knock-Kneed Man"
    Karen Tobin – background vocals

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    genre: blues
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 44'54"  size: 263 mb

    Side A
    1. "Sleep Song" 4:23
    2. "Funky #7" (Jack Casady, Kaukonen) 5:47
    3. "Walkin' Blues" (Robert Johnson) 5:22
    4. "Invitation" 6:50
    Side B
    1. "Hit Single #1" 5:10
    2. "Serpent of Dreams" 6:52
    3. "I Don't Wanna Go" 4:56
    4. "Great Divide: Revisited" 5:16

    All songs written by Jorma Kaukonen, except where noted.

    Jorma Kaukonen – guitars, vocals
    Jack Casady – bass
    Bob Steeler – drums, percussion

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    genre: blues
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 38'06"  size: 327 mb
     

     Side one
    1. "True Religion" Jorma Kaukonen 4:42
    2. "Highway Song" Kaukonen 3:14
    3. "99 Year Blues" Julius Daniels 3:58
    4. "Sea Child" Kaukonen 5:00

    Side two
    1. "Keep On Truckin'" Bob Carleton 3:40
    2. "Water Song" (instrumental) Kaukonen 5:17
    3. "Ode for Billy Dean" Kaukonen 4:49
    4. "Let Us Get Together Right Down Here" Rev. Gary Davis 3:27
    5. "Sunny Day Strut" (instrumental) Kaukonen 3:14

    Jorma Kaukonen – guitars, lead vocals
    Jack Casady – bass, vocals, eyebrow
    Papa John Creach – violin, vocals
    Sammy Piazza – drums, tympani, other percussion, vocals
    Additional personnel:
    Nick Buck – organ, piano on "True Religion" and "Keep On Truckin'"
    Richmond Talbott – vocals, slide guitar on "99 Year Blues"
    David Crosby – vocals on "Highway Song

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    Hot Tuna ~ 1971 ~ First Pull Up, Then Pull Down
    genre: blues, folk
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans, 400 mb) & mp3 (192k, scans, 207 mb)
    time: 44'30"

    Side one
    1. "John's Other" Papa John Creach 8:12
    2. "Candy Man" Rev. Gary Davis 5:44
    3. "Been So Long" Jorma Kaukonen 3:42
    4. "Want You to Know" Bo Carter 4:26

    Side two
    1. "Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning" Davis 8:08
    2. "Never Happen No More" Blind Blake 3:47
    3. "Come Back Baby" traditional, arranged by Kaukonen 9:28

    Jack Casady – bass
    Jorma Kaukonen – vocals, guitar
    Papa John Creach – electric violin
    Sammy Piazza – drums
    Will Scarlett – harmonica

    see also:
    1970 - Hot Tuna, Live at The New Orleans House, Berkley
    1973 - the Phosphorescent Rat
    2000 - Yellow Fever

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    Grave ~ 1975 ~ Grave 1
    genre: heavy
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, covers)
    time: 1:04'57"  size: 365 mb
    misc.: 1989
     
    Cosmic Dreams:
    Another one of those sacred "heavy progressive" legends! Grave were a band of teenagers that formed in a Brinkum (near Bremen) basement in 1975. With a primitive tape recorder, six tracks were recorded live in the studio (Summer 1975) and released as Grave I in a limited edition of 100 copies. This was plain, straight forward and simple garage rock, like the fast competent rehearsals from your neighbourhood teenage combo. I cannot understand why this has become such a hunted collector's item, and that people are prepared to pay 1,000 DEM for it! But of course, other people have different opinions.
     
    01. Morning Sun 5:55
    02. Initations 3:57
    03. The Hunter 8:06
    04. Ohrwurm 3:11
    05. Please Gunter Play the Bass 5:48
    06. Little Giant 7:21

    bonus:
    07. Funky Stadtkommandant 7:54
    08. Grave Boogie 4:45
    09. Hey Little Lady 3:41

    Wolfgang Kiesler - gtr
    Klaus Moritz - drms
    Lutz Wowerat - gtr, vcl
    Gunter Wendehake - bss

    10. Father Dead 5:58
    11. Get Out of My Life (Imitaions II) 2:10
    12. Death Driver 3:23
    13. Out of Sight 2:47

    Wolfgang Kiesler - gtr
    Klaus Moritz - drms
    Lutz Wowerat - gtr, vcl
    Thomas Lamp - gtr
    Anke Meyer - vcl

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    genre: heavy
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 1:03'24"  size: 428 mb
    misc.: 2002
     

    "Are You Ready?" - 3:28
    "Anybody's Answer" - 5:17
    "Time Machine" - 3:45
    "High on a Horse" - 2:56
    "T.N.U.C." - 8:42
    "Into the Sun" - 6:29
    "Heartbreaker" - 6:35
    "Call Yourself a Man" - 3:05
    "Can't Be Too Long" - 6:34
    "Ups and Downs" - 5:01

    Bonus Tracks - CD releases
    "High on a Horse" (Original Version) - 4:25
    "Heartbreaker" (Original Version) - 6:52

    All songs written by Mark Farner.

    see also:
    1971 ~ E Pluribus Funk

    ... Read more »

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