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    Kennėlmus ~ 1971 ~ Folkstone Prism
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 37'25"  size: 261 mb
    misc.: 1999
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    From Phoenix, Arizona, Ken Walker and Bob Narloch played as a duo originally in the sixties. Kennélmus was formed in 1970 and their two albums were recorded between 1970-72 in recording engineers' Chuck Hauke's studio using two Ampex 351-2 two track recorders. Even the Rockadelic reissue of the first album is becoming hard to find. This is the better of the two. The main attraction being the rarity rather than the music. Side one of the album is instrumental and while some of the tracks are in a primitive hard rock style not unlike Hootch, others are very dense and beautiful. The vocal tracks are very quirky and strangely recorded - it's clear that Kennélmus spent a great deal of time knob-twiddling in their studio! While the results are obviously mixed, the album is recommended.
    Views: 5391 | Date: 10.08.2010 | Rating: 4.5 | Comments (1)


    Kaleidoscope ~ 1968 ~ Beacon From Mars & Other Psychedelic Side Trips
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans), mp3 (320k, scans, 191 mb)
    time: 1:18'06"  size: 469 mb
    misc.: 2004
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    Kaleidoscope's music was so wide-ranging it is difficult to categorise. Not surprisingly therefore, all of their albums have become obscure collectors items. However, compilations of material from their first three albums are now available, and all the original albums have been reissued on CD.
    An explanation for the range of this group's music can be found in the backgrounds of its personnel. Lindley, born in LA, had previously played with a number of bands, including The New Christy Minstrels and The Greenwood Singers and had also played banjo for several labels. He formed the group in September 1966. They initially called themselves The Baghdad Blues Band. Feldthouse originated from Ismit in Turkey and played a wide range ot exotic instruments which included the sax bouzoukee, dobro, vina, doumbeg and dulcimer as well as the more mundane 12 string guitar and fiddle. He was responsible for the Eastern influence on tracks like Egyptian Gardens, Why Try and Keep Your Mind Open on their first album. Darrow was born in South Dakota, but raised in Claremont, California. His musical taste encompassed bluegrass, country, blues, jug band, R&B and old time jazz. Percussionist, Vidican, grew up in Hollywood and Epp was from Oklahoma City. Apart from the Eastern-influenced songs, other tracks on their first album included the traditional Come On In, Oh Death and the offbeat Minnie The Moocher. Another cut Please was chosen as the 'A' side for their first single with a non-LP track, Elevator Man. a more straight ahead rock track with some superb guitar playing from Lindley, on the flip. The single went nowhere. Next off they tried are mixed version of Why Try and a version of Little Orphan Annie, written by Darrow and Epp, which later tumed up on the Bernice album in a very different form. However, this 45 made no commercial impression either.
    Views: 2837 | Date: 10.08.2010 | Rating: 4.7 | Comments (0)


    Quicksilver Messenger Service ~ 1970 ~ Just for Love
     
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'32"  size: 227 mb
    misc.: 1992

    Side one
    "Wolf Run, Pt. 1" (Jesse Oris Farrow) – 1:12
    "Just for Love, Pt. 1" (Farrow) – 3:00
    "Cobra" (John Cipollina) – 4:23
    "The Hat" (Farrow) – 10:36

    Side two
    "Freeway Flyer" (Farrow) – 3:49
    "Gone Again" (Farrow) – 7:17
    "Fresh Air" (Farrow) – 5:21
    "Just for Love, Pt. 2" (Farrow) – 1:38
    "Wolf Run, Pt. 2" (Farrow) – 2:10

    Dino Valenti – vocals, guitar, flute, conga
    Gary Duncan – vocals, guitar, bass, maracas, wood block
    John Cipollina – vocals, guitar, steel guitar, slide guitar
    David Freiberg – vocals, bass, guitar
    Greg Elmore – drums, percussion
    Nicky Hopkins – piano, keyboards

    Views: 1618 | Date: 10.08.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Quicksilver Messenger Service ~ 1969 ~ Shady Grove
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 43'27"  size: 236 mb
    misc.: 1990

    "Shady Grove" (P. O. Wands) 2:59
    "Flute Song" (Denise Jewkes) 5:17
    "Three or Four Feet from Home" (Cipollina) 2:58
    "Too Far" (Freiberg) 4:23
    "Holy Moly" (Gravenites) 4:20
    "Joseph's Coat" (Cipollina/Gravenites) 4:36
    "Flashing Lonesome" (Freiberg/Gravenites) 5:21
    "Words Can't Say" (Freiberg/Jewkes) 3:17
    "Edward, the Mad Shirt Grinder" (Hopkins) 9:10

    John Cipollina - guitar, vocals
    Nicky Hopkins - organ, piano, celeste, cello, harpsichord, keyboards
    Greg Elmore - drums, percussion
    David Freiberg - viola, bass, guitar, vocals

    Views: 2057 | Date: 10.08.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (1)


    Quetev Meriri ~ 2008 ~ Quetev Meriri
    genre: avant folk
    country: israel
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 44'27"  size: 253 mb

    headheritage's review:
    One of the most intriguing trios to emerge in a long while must be Israel’s Quetev Meriri, whose self-titled debut is just out now on the Gush Punk label. In just 44 minutes of degraded free noise, Ashkenáze mouth music, ritualistic avant-Kletzmorim ritual and droning back porch meanderings, Quetev Meriri create an amazing and alienating travelogue soundtrack that successfully celebrates the lives of such Jewish notables as Marxist philosophers Rosa Luxemburg and Walter Benjamin, theologians Franz Rosenzweig and Emmanuel Levinas, and Serbian poet Vasko Popa; and all achieved via bizarre instrumental themes and heady Hebrew vocal harmonies. Except for the MEET THE RESIDENTS-plays-Trumpton theme of ‘Franz Rosenzweig’, Quetev Meriri’s massed accordions, post-punk guitars, slapped banjos, percussion devices and triple voices conspire to create an amazing stew of sound the like of which I’ve never before encountered. If you want your mind blown but cannot afford the time off work (or the black market price of general anaesthetic), score this truly essential sucker from the aforementioned Gush Punk label, and pronto, Tonto.

    Views: 1204 | Date: 10.08.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (0)


    Queen ~ 1976 ~ A Day At The Races
    genre: heavy glam
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (WavPack, cue, log, covers)
    time: 44'22"  size: 270 mb

    Side one
    1. "Tie Your Mother Down" Brian May 4:48
    2. "You Take My Breath Away" Freddie Mercury 5:09
    3. "Long Away" May 3:34
    4. "The Millionaire Waltz" Mercury 4:54
    5. "You and I" John Deacon 3:25

    Side two
    1. "Somebody To Love" Mercury 4:56
    2. "White Man" May 4:59
    3. "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy" Mercury 2:54
    4. "Drowse" Roger Taylor 3:45
    5. "Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together)" May 5:50

    Freddie Mercury: Lead Vocals, Piano, Backing Vocals
    Brian May: Electric Guitars, Acoustic Guitars, Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Piano, Plastic Piano, Harmonium
    Roger Taylor: Drums, Percussion, Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Electric Guitar
    John Deacon: Bass, Acoustic Guitar
    +
    Mike Stone: Additional Vocal on "Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy"

    Views: 1122 | Date: 10.08.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Q65 ~ 1992 ~ Afghanistan. Negram Years 1970-1971
    genre: heavy  psych
    country: holland
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:14'15"  size: 473 mb
     

    01 - Love Is Such A Good Thing 3:12
    02 - Injection 1:28
    03 - Baby Don't Worry 3:22
    04 - I'm Glad 2:43
    05 - Nobody Knows When You're Down & Out 3:40
    06 - Please Come Back To Me 3:05
    07 - We Are Happy 4:23
    08 - I Gotta Move 2:50
    09 - There Was A Day 2:46
    10 - Don't Let Me Fall 2:48
    11 - Crumblin' 2:58
    12 - Night 8:02
    13 - Sexy Legs 1:55
    14 - I Just Can't Wait 4:56
    15 - We're Gonna Make It 2:54
    16 - Saddy 2:45
    17 - On The Highway (previously unreleased) 6:52
    18 - Rock & Roll Medley (Bonus) 14:07

    Views: 2623 | Date: 10.08.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (9)


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