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    Main » 2010 » July » 09



    genre: boogie, southern
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers)
    time: 1:12'23"  size: 427 mb
     

    01. Introduction By Lacy Van Zant 6:05
    02. That Small 6:34
    03. I Know A Little 4:58
    04. Comin Home 6:42
    05. You Got That Right 3:48
    06. What's Your Name 4:37
    07. Gimme Back My Bullets 5:12
    08. Swamp Music 3:39
    09. Call Me The Breeze 7:30
    10. Dixie 8:29
    11. Free Bird 14:48

    Johnny Van Zant - lead vocals
    Gary Rossington - guitar
    Ed King - guitar, Yamaha DX7, backing vocals (on "Gimme Three Steps")
    Randall Hall - backing vocals, guitar
    Leon Wilkeson - backing vocals, bass
    Billy Powell - piano, organ, Yamaha DX7
    Artimus Pyle - drums
    Chris Pyle - percussion on "Gimme Three Steps"
    Dale Krantz Rossington - backing vocals
    Carol Bristow - backing vocals


    Special Appearances:
    Charlie Daniels - vocals, fiddle
    Steve Morse - guitar
    Toy Caldwell - guitar
    Jeff Carlisi - guitar
    Donnie Van Zant - vocals

    Views: 1452 | Date: 09.07.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (3)


    genre: hard
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 38'58"  size: 255 mb
    misc.: 1998
     
    Cosmic Dreams:
    Hecht, Horns, Hesslein and Rietenbach were all member of the sixties beat band German Bonds. This group disbanded at the turn to the seventies. Hecht and Horns had played in German Bonds since 1965, Hesslein replaced original guitarist Rainer Degner (who went on to make the weird Bokaj Relsiem-album) in 1968 and Rietenbach became their drummer in 1969. Hecht, Horns and Hesslein studied graphics and design at the Hamburg Art School from 1970, but also found time to make records: first the Electric Food album for Europa, then Asterix for Decca. These contained short hard rock tracks. In November 1970 they recorded the instrumental backing tracks for another studio project named Lucifer's Friend. The British vocalist John Lawton, then touring in Hamburg with his band Stonewall, was engaged to complete the vocal tracks. The album was released on Phillips in January 1971 and was pretty well received by German record buyers. As a result Lucifer's Friend became a permanent group which took on live appearances.
    Views: 2749 | Date: 09.07.2010 | Rating: 4.3 | Comments (0)


    Love ~ 1969 ~ Four Sail
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers,  size: 316 mb), mp3 (320k, covers, 115 mb)
    time: 50'07"
    misc.: 2002
     

    August" — 5:00
    "Your Friend and Mine - Neil's Song" — 3:40
    "I'm With You" — 2:45
    "Good Times" — 3:30
    "Singing Cowboy" (Lee, Jay Donnellan) — 4:30
    "Dream" — 2:49
    "Robert Montgomery" — 3:34
    "Nothing" — 4:44
    "Talking in My Sleep" — 2:50
    "Always See Your Face" — 3:30

    Bonus Tracks
    "Robert Montgomery" (alternate vocal) — 3:41
    "Talking in My Sleep" (alternate mix) — 2:55
    "Singing Cowboy" (unedited version) (Lee, Donnellan) — 5:52

    All songs written and arranged by Arthur Lee, except where noted.

    Arthur Lee: rhythm guitar, piano, conga, harmonica, vocal
    Jay Donnellan: lead guitar
    Frank Fayad: bass, backing vocal
    George Suranovich: drums, backing vocal (tracks 1, 5-10)
    Drachen Theaker: drums (tracks 2-4)

    Views: 2552 | Date: 09.07.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (0)


    Love ~ 1970 ~ False Start
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, vue? log, scans)
    time: 29'56"  size: 171 mb

    "The Everlasting First" — 3:01
    "Flying" — 2:37
    "Gimi a Little Break" — 4:10
    "Stand Out" (live) — 3:35
    "Keep on Shining" — 3:50
    "Anytime" — 3:23
    "Slick Dick" — 3:05
    "Love is Coming" — 1:24
    "Feel Daddy Feel Good" — 3:15
    "Ride That Vibration" — 3:34

    All tracks written and arranged by Arthur Lee, except "The Everlasting First" arranged by Jimi Hendrix and Arthur Lee.

    Arthur Lee: rhythm guitar, piano, harmonica, vocal
    Gary Rowles: lead guitar
    Frank Fayad: bass
    George Suranovich: drums
    Nooney Rickett: rhythm guitar, backing vocal (tracks 2-10)
    Jimi Hendrix: lead guitar (track 1)

    Views: 2084 | Date: 09.07.2010 | Rating: 3.5 | Comments (1)


    genre: sympho prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 50'30"  size: 312 mb
    misc.: 1998
     

    01. Fantasia 3:39
    02. Sarabande 7:25
    03. Aria 3:46
    04. Gigue 11:12
    05. Bouree 11:08
    06. Pavane 7:43
    07. Caprice 3:14
    08. Finale 2:24

    Jon Lord - Hammond organ, piano, clavinet, synthesizers
    Paul Karass - Bass guitar
    Mark Nauseef - Percussion
    Andy Summers - Guitar
    Pete York - Drums
    Philharmonia Hungarica directed by Eberhard Schoener

     
    Views: 1828 | Date: 09.07.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    genre: heavy
    country: hungary
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:19'07"  size: 427 mb


    '71:

     Side One
    "Egy dal azokért, akik nincsenek itt" (Gábor Presser, Anna Adamis) – 5:04
    "A Napba öltözött lány" (Károly Frenreisz, Adamis) – 4:54
    "A kötéltáncos álma" (Tamás Barta, Adamis) – 3:33
    "A tengelykezű félember" (Presser, Adamis) – 4:24
    "Hej, én szólok hozzád" (Presser, Adamis) – 5:45
    Side Two
    "Ezüst nyár" (Presser, Adamis) – 3:03
    "Ordító arcok" (Barta, Adamis) – 4:17
    "Sose mondd a mamának" (Frenreisz, Adamis) – 3:49
    "Nem nekem való" (Frenreisz, Adamis) – 4:41
    "Royal blues (Gipszeld be a kezed)" (Barta, Adamis) – 3:06

    Tamás Barta – guitars
    Károly Frenreisz – vocals, Fender bass, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute, guitar
    József Laux – drums, percussion
    Gábor Presser – vocals, organ, piano, vibraphone
    Anna Adamis – lyrics

    75':

    "Intuitio molto furtivamente" - 3:58
    a. "Andante" (Presser)
    b. "Vivace kalapaccio" (Laux)
    c. "Allegro, allegro" (Presser)
    "Szólj rám, ha hangosan énekelek" - 4:40 (Presser, Anna Adamis)
    "Arra mennék én" - 3:20 (Presser)
    "Mindig magasabbra" - 3:54 (Presser, Laux)
    "És jött a doktor" - 4:28 (Presser)
    "Neked irom a dalt" - 5:20 (Presser)
    "Álomarcú lány" - 4:47 (Somló, Adamis)
    "Nekem ne mondja senki" - 3:57 (Somló, Adamis)
    "Egy elfelejtett szó" - 4:05 (Presser, Adamis)
    "Ülök a járdán" - 3:46 (Somló, Adamis)

    Gábor Presser - lead vocals, organ, piano
    János Karácsony - guitars, backing vocals
    Tamás Somló - bass, alto saxophone, harp, backing vocals, lead vocals ( 8, 10 )
    József Laux - drums, percussion

    Views: 1706 | Date: 09.07.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (0)


    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'58"  size: 266 mb
    misc.: 2000
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    From Boston and rated highly by some, this album includes some fine guitar and organ work on cuts like Baby: Where Are You?. Still an undiscovered gem this is worth searching out.

    Most of the vocals were performed by drummer Ernie Kamanis, and Peter Malick (who was 16 at the time the album was recorded) is still active, fronting his own Peter Malick Band playing blues / R&B influenced music in/around Boston.

    Walter Powers had previously been in the famed punk band The Lost. A reworked version of the album's opener, Michael Tschudin's You're Not There, appears on the highly-touted album Setting Forth by Odyssey. One track from the album, Stoned Is has also resurfaced on Marijuna Unknowns, Vol. 1.

    Michael Tschudin later played with Cynara and worked with Tim Curry. Peter Malick played with the James Montgomery Band and Walter Powers teamed up with his old Lost companion Willie "Loco" Alexander.

    (Vernon Joynson / Max Waller / Stephane Rebeschini)

    Views: 1670 | Date: 09.07.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


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