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    Main » 2010 » July » 27



    genre: blues, soul ...
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 37'03"  size: 250 mb
    misc.: mfsl gold

    Side one
    "Slunky" – 3:34
    "Bad Boy" – 3:34
    "Lonesome and a Long Way from Home" (Delaney Bramlett, Bonnie Bramlett, Leon Russell) – 3:29
    "After Midnight" (J. J. Cale) – 2:51
    "Easy Now" (Clapton) – 2:57
    "Blues Power" (Clapton, Russell) – 3:09
    Side two
    "Bottle of Red Wine" – 3:06
    "Lovin' You Lovin' Me" – 3:19
    "Told You For the Last Time" (Delaney Bramlett, Bonnie Bramlett, Steve Cropper) – 2:30
    "Don't Know Why" – 3:10
    "Let It Rain" – 5:02

    All selections written by Delaney Bramlett, Bonnie Bramlett and Eric Clapton, except as indicated.

    Eric Clapton – guitar, lead vocals
    Delaney Bramlett – rhythm guitar, vocals
    Leon Russell – piano
    Bobby Whitlock – organ, vocals
    John Simon – piano
    Carl Radle – bass
    Jim Gordon – drums
    Jim Price – trumpet
    Bobby Keys – saxophone
    Tex Johnson – percussion
    Bonnie Bramlett – vocals
    Rita Coolidge – vocals
    Sonny Curtis – vocals
    Jerry Allison – vocals
    Stephen Stills – vocals

    see also here: 1977 ~ Slowhand

    Views: 1754 | Date: 27.07.2010 | Rating: 2.0 | Comments (0)


    genre: heavy psych
    country: france
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 32'49"  size: 235 mb
    misc.: 2002

    Scented Gardens Of The Mind:
    Their album contained really good heavy rock, strongly influenced by Jimi Hendrix. Among the tracks was a version of "Crosstown Traffic". Bernard Monnieri later played in Terpandre, a group founded in 1973, although their only album (containing good symphonic rock) was not released before 1981.

    01. Explosion 5:48
    02. Pop Pull Hair 2:44
    03. Lot Of Things 4:40
    04. We All Come And Go 3:12
    05. To Where I Belong 6:16
    06. My Sorrow 3:07
    07. Cross Town Traffic 3:17
    08. Pop Orbite 3:45

  • Bernard Monnieri - guitars
  • Chico - vocals
    + others
  • ... Read more »

    Views: 1614 | Date: 27.07.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 58'49"  size: 402 mb
    misc.: 2001
     

    side A:
    "If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You" – 3:07
    "And I Wish I Were Stoned / Don't Worry" – 8:20
    "As I Feel I Die" – 5:06
    "With an Ear to the Ground You Can Make It / Martinian / Only Cox / Reprise" – 9:54

    side B:
    "Hello Hello" – 3:45
    "Asforteri" – 1:21
    "Can't Be Long Now / Francoise / For Richard / Warlock" – 14:21
    "Limits" – 1:35

    cd bonus:
    9/ A Day In The Life of Maurice Haylett
    10/ Why? (And I Wish I Were Stoned) (demo version)
    11/ Clipping The 8th (Hello Hello) (demo version)
    12/ As I Feel I Die (demo version)

    Pye Hastings – guitar, vocals
    Dave Sinclair – electronic organ, organ, piano
    Richard Sinclair – bass guitar, bass, guitar
    Richard Coughlan – Drum kit, drums

    with
    Jimmy Hastings – flute, saxophone
     
     
    Views: 2668 | Date: 27.07.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 58'49"  size: 242 mb
    misc.: 1995
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    All three of these 45s and originals of this Minneapolis-based band's debut album are very rare and expensive collectors' items. The album, which was produced by band leader Ken Erwin, commences and concludes with the 12.30 minute long instrumental title track, which at times contains some interesting sound effects. However, the standout track is a piece of classic paranoid acid dementia Cold Spider, which is also included on the Endless Journey, II and Changes compilations. The latter also includes Blow To My Soul. The Live album is very disappointing.
    They also had two cuts Mickey's Money and Blow To My Soul on the Money Music (August 100) 1967 compilation of Minneapolis bands, which had a very limited pressing and has also become very rare.
    Although the album has been subject to many 'reissues', these were without the bands approval, and only included one-half of the stereo mix. The Sundazed reissue, corrects matters, and includes a number of alternate takes and previously unreleased cuts, together with sleevenotes including an interview with Ken Erwin, and studio engineer Steve Longman.
    Views: 2475 | Date: 27.07.2010 | Rating: 4.2 | Comments (4)


    genre: funk, psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 50'21"  size: 307 mb
    misc.: originally released only in Holland

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    The first album consists of music to be seriously stoned to. Young negro-turned-mystic Bobby is joined by an orchestra and a host of other musicians including Funatics Hugh McCracken for a trip to the local souk-serious opium-den hippie scribblings, here. Sitars and tablas abound in this artifact of an era. Find a parsley cushion, adopt lotus position and contemplate your inner self (or navel fluff!). Produced by Alan Lorber whose other 'in' projects included Ultimate Spinach.

    The second album is a double more conceptual piece. The third is a homage to the 19th century painters and was recorded with a full orchestra, sometimes heading into progressive territory, with good electric guitar work, flutes and organ. Still with Lorber, Robert Callender also co-produced the aural documentary album by The Groupies.

    Before Callender embarked on a recording career, he was a radio producer for Murray the K at New York station WINS.

    (Max Waller/Lloyd Peasley/Stephane Rebeschini)


    Views: 2270 | Date: 27.07.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (1)


    Steppenwolf ~ 1969 ~ Early Steppenwolf
    genre: rhythm'n'blues
    country: canada
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 43'47"  size: 260 mb

    "Power Play" (Kay) – 2:55
    "Howlin' for My Darlin'" (Dixon, Howlin' Wolf) – 4:53
    "I'm Going Upstairs" (Hooker) – 7:14
    "Corina, Corina" (Arranged and Adapted by John Kay) – 3:54
    "Tighten up Your Wig" (Kay) – 3:14
    "The Pusher" (Hoyt Axton) – 21:27

    John Kay - Guitar, Vocals, Liner Notes
    Mars Bonfire - Guitar
    Nick St. Nicholas - Bass
    Jerry Edmonton - Drums
    Goldie McJohn - Keyboards, Organ

     
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    Smokie ~ 1976 ~ Midnight Café
    genre: glam, pop
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 1:02'00"  size: 438 mb
    misc.: 2007
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    This pop band formed in Bradford. Norman, Silson and Utley had previously been in a band called The Elizabethans. In 1968, with Pete Spencer also on board, they became Kindness and later Smokey, finally changing to Smokie in 1975. Their big break came when they joined Rak Records and Mickie Most introduced them to the songwriting partnership of Chinn and Chapman. Norman's distinctive vocals were quite appealing and with the likes of If You Think You Know How To Love Me, Don't Play Your Rock'n'Roll To Me, Wild Wild Angels, I'll Meet You At Midnight and Living Next Door To Alice they registered some good quality pop singles. They were still going strong as 1976 ended though they failed to make much impact on the lucrative US market, but competed well against the emerging punk scene for a while. When the hits dried up in the eighties Norman and Spencer, who'd been doing a greater share of the songwriting in Smokie's later days, turned to songwriting for other artists in the Rak stable. They were also responsible for the England World Cup Squad's This Time We'll Get It Right in 1982.
     
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