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    Slade ~ 2006 ~ The Slade box. A 4cd Anthology 1969-1991
    genre: heavy glam
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:15'06"+1:17'13"+1:15'45"+1:15'51"
    size:  2,1 g
     
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    Crack ~ 1979 ~ Si Todo Hiciera Crack
    genre: prog
    country: spain
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 40'51"  size: 259 mb
    misc.: 1998
     
    ProgArchives:
    This Spanish band came from Gijon, the northern part of the Iberian Peninsula. The members were Alex Cakrul (bass), Alberto Fontaneda (guitar, flute and vocals), Mento Heria (keybaords and vocals), Manda Jimenez (drums) and Rafael Rodriguez (guitar).
    Their only album "Si Todo Hiciera Crack" ('80) from CRACK is one of the jewels of the Spanish progressive rock. It contains seven tracks, all with a beautiful harmony between keyboards, guitar and flute. There are hints of early GENESIS (sensitive piano chords and moving Mellotron waves) and JETHRO TULL (flute) but the typical Spanish climate and the elaborate compositions makes this album to an enthralling and emotional experience. ~ 
    Erik Neuteboom, The NETHERLANDS 
     
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    Shiver ~ 1972 ~ San Francisco's Shiver
    genre: heavy psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 55'17"  size: 349 mb
    misc.: 2001
     
    The music on this cd represents the entire recorded output of this obscure early '70s acid-rock band. Shiver recorded this stuff live to two-track tape in the summer of 1972, and while they never released an album back in the day, it's clear that the world is ready for their heavy guitar jams now. Well, maybe not the world -- but certainly those of us, mostly too young to have "been there then", who aren't entirely satisfied with today's stoner metal and are always looking for the real deal, the lost stoner psych monster.
    Basically, Shiver were a bunch of hard-rocking hippie freaks, brought together by a Texas-bred drummer who moved to San Francisco to take up where his obvious heroes Blue Cheer left off. They soon had a rather rough, tough reputation, playing Haight street fairs and Hells Angels biker parties. At one point they even had a singer with an iron hook for a hand, which he could use as a slide for his guitar, or for more violent purposes. Shiver played "heavy psychedelic rock" at its most primal -- no overdubs, raw as hell.
    Rising from the same scene of Texas freaks like The 13th Floor Elevators, Johnny Gee & The G Men, and a pre-ZZ Top, Warlocks, Shiver moved to SF and this CD documents their complete output of early 70s heavy psychedelic rock. In a city known for peace, love and flower power, Shiver was an over the top, in your face, balls to the wall 'gang' of musicians that felt at home with Hell's Angels and Hippies alike. Free Love, Free Dope. Shiver played a lot of Street Fairs on Haight, Market and Castro streets, and got to jam with guys from Big Brother (Gurley & Albin) and other local heroes. These recordings were done on a twotrack machine at 2909 Mariposa in the Summer Of ґ72 and feature no overdubs or studio 'wizardry'. What you hear on these tracks is Shiver in itґs raw, powerful glory."
     
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    Seals & Crofts 1972 Summer Breeze
    genre: folksoft
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'45"  size: 242 mb
     
     

    "Hummingbird" – 4:35
    "Funny Little Man" – 3:29
    "Say" – 3:19
    "Summer Breeze" – 3:24
    "East of Ginger Trees" – 3:01
    "Fiddle in the Sky" – 3:54
    "The Boy Down the Road" – 3:08
    "The Euphrates" – 2:26
    "Advance Guards" – 3:25
    "Yellow Dirt" – 5:14

    All lyrics by Jim Seals, music by Jim Seals and Dash Crofts, except "Say", music and lyrics by Seals and Crofts

    Jim Seals – vocals, fiddle, guitar, saxophone
    Dash Crofts – vocals, mandolin, electric guitar, piano
    Robert Lichtig – bass guitar, flute, clarinet
    Larry Knechtel – piano
    Clarence McDonald – piano
    Mike Lang – piano
    Michael Omartian – piano
    John Ford Coley – piano
    Jim Gordon – drums
    Jim Keltner – drums
    John Guerin – drums
    Russ Kunkel – drums
    Wilton Felder – bass guitar
    Harvey Brooks – bass guitar
    Joe Osborn – bass guitar
    Louie Shelton – bass guitar, electric guitar, background vocals, production
    Milt Holland – tambura, tabla
    King Errison – congas
    Red Rhodes – steel guitar
    John Hartford – banjo
    Jim Horn – flute
    Dee Higgins – background vocals
    Don Shelton – background vocals
    Marty Paich – string arrangement

    Views: 2282 | Date: 02.08.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (0)


    Steppenwolf 1968 Steppenwolf
    genre: heavy
    country: canada
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 47'19"  size: 334 mb
    misc.: 1997

    Side one
    "Sookie Sookie" (Don Covay, Steve Cropper) –3:12
    "Everybody's Next One" (Kay, Gabriel Mekler) –2:53
    "Berry Rides Again" (Kay) –2:45
    "Hoochie Coochie Man" (Willie Dixon) –5:07
    "Born to Be Wild" (Mars Bonfire) –3:28
    "Your Wall's Too High" (Kay) –5:40

    Side two
    "Desperation" (Kay) –5:45
    "The Pusher" (Hoyt Axton) –5:43
    "A Girl I Knew" (Morgan Cavett, Kay) –2:39
    "Take What You Need" (Kay, Gabriel Mekler) –3:28
    "The Ostrich" (Kay) –5:43

    John Kay: guitars, harmonica,lead vocals.
    Rushton Moreve: bass guitar, backing vocals.
    Michael Monarch: guitars, backing vocals.
    Goldy McJohn: Hammond organ, piano, electric piano.
    Jerry Edmonton: drums, percussion, backing vocals.

    Views: 2646 | Date: 02.08.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (0)


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