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    the Move ~ 1968 ~ The Move
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 50'24"+  size: 523 mb
    misc.: 2007

    wikipedia:
    The eponymous debut album.  The only one which was recorded by the group’s initial line-up before bassist Ace Kefford left, it includes both sides of their third and fourth singles ('Flowers in the Rain' and 'Fire Brigade'). 
    The album consisted of Roy Wood originals, and three cover versions that had featured prominently in their live set. "Weekend" was an Eddie Cochran song, and "Hey Grandma" had originally been recorded by US psychedelic band Moby Grape. "Zing Went the Strings of My Heart" was an old James F. Hanley standard, with an arrangement copied from The Coasters.
    The last track, "Cherry Blossom Clinic", was intended as a single at the end of 1967, and an acetate, with "Vote for Me" (a song which remained unreleased until 1997), was pressed. Release was cancelled, as the lyrics were about the inmate of a mental home, and in the wake of the controversy which had dogged 'Flowers In The Rain', with its promotional postcard featuring an allegedly libellous drawing of Prime Minister Harold Wilson, it was felt that potential further allegations of bad taste and scandal would harm their career irreparably.


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    the Morly Grey ~ 1971 ~ The Only Truth
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 47'49"  size: 269 mb

    Wiki
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    The highlight of this Youngstown, Ohio band's otherwise over-rated album is the seventeen-minute title track which is full of acid guitar work and incorporates the group's own arrangement of When Johnny Comes Marching Home. A free poster came with the album which has had a very limited reissue in the States in 1986.
    Curiously, on the label of the first single it says both of these songs are "from the L.P. The Last Supper". This was a working title for the album.
    Original drummer Paul Cassidy was replaced by Bob LaNave, and a new side was recorded containing the 17 min. The Only Truth. ~ (Mike McKay / Vernon Joynson / George Gell)
     
    Side One
    Peace Officer (5:30)Lead vocal,Paul Cassidy
    You Came To Me (4:12)Lead vocal, Mark Roller
    Who Can I Say You Are (3:40)Lead vocal, Mark Roller
    I'm Afraid (4:32)Lead Vocal, Paul Cassidy
    Our Time (6:29)Lead Vocal, Paul Cassidy

    Side Two
    After Me Again (3:07)Lead vocal,Bob LaNave
    A Feeling For You (2:33)Lead Vocal,Bob LaNave
    The Only Truth (17:02)Lead Vocal, Mark Roller


    (All songs Roller,Cassidy,Roller)

    Tim Roller - all guitars, backing vocals,composer
    Mark Roller - bass, lead vocals,composer
    Paul Cassidy - lead vocals, drums,composer
    Bob LaNave - drums,backing vocals (Side II)
     
    Views: 1692 | Date: 10.09.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    the Moon ~ 1968 ~ Without Earth + 1969 ~ The Moon
    genre: psych / prog
    country: us
    quality: mp3 (320k, booklet scans)
    time: 1:09'11"  size: 176 mb
    misc.: 2002

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    A late '60s pop-rock supergroup from Los Angeles. David Marks had been with the Beach Boys; Matthew Moore was with Matthew Moore Plus Four and did solo work before joining the Mad Dogs; David Jackson came from Hearts and Flowers and was later with Dillard and Clark; Larry Brown had drummed with Davie Allen and The Arrows (and no doubt on many other combos behind film soundtracks and those Sidewalk/Tower releases produced by Mike Curb) and would later turn up in Gunhill Road.

    Their albums are rated highly by some - not really psychedelic but with psychy touches and imagery, and more pop than rock - their sound has been compared to the Beatles and the Bee Gees from that period. Certainly well-crafted, dare one say, progressive-pop. Almost all material written by the band (predominantly Moore), the second album was produced and arranged by Moore and Brown. Worth investigating if this sounds appealing, especially as the LPs can still be found fairly easily and at reasonable prices.

    (Max Waller / Vernon Joynson / Hugh MacLean)

    '68:
    01. "Mothers and fathers" 2:06
    02. "Pleasure" 3:20
    03. "I should be dreaming" 2:34
    04. "Brother Lou's love colony" 3:58
    05. "Got to be on my way" 2:01
    06. "Someday girl" 2:42
    07. "Papers" 1:00
    08. "Faces" 2:07
    09. "Never mind" 1:51
    10. "Give me more" 2:49
    11. "She's on my mind" 2:22
    12. "Walking around" 1:57

    '69:
    13. "Pirate" 2:55
    14. "Lebanon" 1:45
    15. "Transporting machine" 1:41
    16. "Mary Jane" 2:16
    17. "Softly 17" 3:01
    18. "Not to know" 2:43
    19. "The good side" 2:59
    20. "Life is a season" 2:22
    21. "John Automaton" 2:18
    22. "Come out tonight" 2:48
    23. "Mr. Duffy" 2:56

    bonus:
    24. "Pirate song" 2:38
    25. "Not to know(mono 45 mix)" 2:42
    26. "Face in the crowd (Matthew Moore Plus 4)" 2:05
    27. "White silk glove (Matthew Moore plus 4)" 2:15
    28. "Come on home(Matthew Moore plus4)" 2:59

    • LARRY BROWN drums
    • DAVID JACKSON bs,vcls
    • DAVID MARKS gtr,vcls
    • MATTHEW MOORE keyb'ds,gtr,vcls 
    Views: 2843 | Date: 10.09.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (2)


    the Lovin' Spoonful ~ 1965 ~ Do You Believe In Magic? + 1966 ~ Hums of
    genre: folk
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers)
    time: 57'18"  size: 383 mb
    misc.: 1995
     

     '65:
    "Do You Believe In Magic" (John Sebastian) – 2:07
    "Blues in the Bottle" (Traditional) – 2:12
    "Sportin' Life" (Traditional) – 4:04
    "My Gal" (Traditional) – 2:38
    "You Baby" (Barry Mann/Phil Spector/Cynthia Weil) – 2:56
    "Fishin' Blues" (Traditional) – 2:02
    "Did You Ever Have to Make up Your Mind?" (Sebastian) – 1:59
    "Wild About My Lovin'" (Traditional) – 2:36
    "Other Side of This Life" (Fred Neil) – 2:30
    "Younger Girl" (Sebastian) – 2:20
    "On the Road Again" (Sebastian) – 1:51
    "Night Owl Blues" (Steve Boone/Joe Butler/Sebastian/Zal Yanovsky) – 3:05

    John Sebastian – vocals, guitar, autoharp, harmonica, organ
    Steve Boone – bass, vocals
    Joe Butler – drums, percussion, vocals
    Zal Yanovsky – electric and acoustic guitar, vocals

    '66:
    "Lovin' You" – 2:29
    "Bes' Friends" – 1:54
    "Voodoo In My Basement" – 2:29
    "Darlin' Companion" – 2:22
    "Henry Thomas" – 1:43
    "Full Measure" (Steve Boone, John Sebastian) – 2:42
    "Rain On The Roof" – 2:13
    "Coconut Grove" (Sebastian, Zal Yanovsky) – 2:43
    "Nashville Cats" – 2:35
    "4 Eyes" – 2:53
    "Summer in the City" (Steve Boone, John Sebastian, Mark Sebastian) – 2:45

    All songs by John Sebastian unless otherwise noted.

    John Sebastian – lead and background vocals, guitar, 12-string guitar, autoharp, piano, organ, ocarina, pedal steel guitar, Irish harp
    Steve Boone – electric and double bass, piano, organ, percussion
    Joe Butler – drums, percussion, background vocals, lead vocal on "Full Measure"
    Zal Yanovsky – electric and acoustic guitar, banjo, background vocals, slide whistle, lead vocal on "Voodoo in My Basement"
    Henry Diltz – clarinet
    Artie Schroeck – electric piano on "Summer in the City"
    Larry Hankin – "Jews" harp

    Views: 1873 | Date: 10.09.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    the Light ~ 2007 ~ Turn on … the Light
    genre: garage, psych
    country: us
    quality: mp3 (256k, scans)
    time: 1:13'04"  size: 145 mb
     
    Line Notes:
    THE LIGHT was a dynamic, multi-talented supergroup from California's Inland Empire. Initially trading in both fuzzed-out Music Machine-inspired punk and melodic, Left Banke-style pop, they evolved into an incendiary West Coast psychedelic rock ensemble comparable to the Buffalo Springfield and Moby Grape, but with the dual guitar firepower of the Beck-Page Yardbirds. Turn on THE LIGHT includes their sole 45 release plus 23 dazzling previously unreleased cuts.
     

    01. "Back up" 2:51
    02. "Music box" 1:56
    03. "Every day" 2:13
    04. "What you need (is me) (live)" 2:24
    05. "Somebody touch me" 3:30
    06. "Good inside" 2:07
    07. "Got to have you" 2:39
    08. "Just like the last time (live)" 4:20
    09. "Tobacco road (live)" 3:14
    10. "Somebody touch me (live)" 3:19
    11. "I feel free (live)" 3:54
    12. "Good inside (live)" 2:07
    13. "Can't you hear me (live)" 2:32
    14. "Got to have you (live)" 2:24
    15. "Got a good reason (live)" 2:09
    16. "Just like the last time" 4:19
    17. "Can't you hear me" 2:42
    18. "Tell me, tell me (version 1)" 3:57
    19. "She's not there (live)" 3:02
    20. "Milk cow blues (live)" 4:29
    21. "I need love" 2:42
    22. "When I look at her" 2:19
    23. "Tell me, tell me (version 2)" 2:51
    24. "It's all over " 2:24
    25. "Die another day" 2:41

    THE LIGHT Mark I (Tracks 18, 21-23): Pete Samson (vocals, bass), Bob Anglin (lead guitar, vocals), Greg Eckler (rhythm guitar, vocals), Brent Carwright (drums)

    THE LIGHT Mark II (Tracks1-4,19, 20,24): Pete Samson (vocals, bass), Steve Hoard (Vocals, rhythm guitar), Bob Anglin (lead guitar, vocals), Greg Eckler (drums, vocals)

    THE LIGHT Mark III (Tracks 5-l7) Pete Samson (vocals, bass), Steve Hoard (vocals, rhytm guitar), Bob Anglin (lead guitar, vocals), Greg Eckler (drums, vocals), Joe Casados (lead guitar).

    Track 26 is a post-LIGHT recording featurmg Pete Samson (lead vocals, guitar, Phil Kelley (8-string bass, backing vocals), Greg Eckler (drums, backing vocals).

    Views: 1312 | Date: 10.09.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Herman's Hermits ~ 1991 ~ Best of The EMI Years
    genre: beat
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans, 574 mb) & mp3 (320k, scans, 266 mb)
    time: 50'33"+1:01'23"
     

    Vol 1:
    01. "I'm into something good" 2:36
    02. "I'm Henery the eight I am" 1:52
    03. "Silhouettes" 2:01
    04. "Show me girl" 2:36
    05. "Can't you hear my heartbeat" 2:16
    06. "Take love, give love" 1:53
    07. "Wonderful world" 2:01
    08. "Mrs. Brown you've got a lovely daughter" 2:49
    09. "Just a little bit better" 2:55
    10. "A must to avoid" 1:56
    11. "You won't be leaving" 2:22
    12. "Listen people" 2:31
    13. "Hold on" 2:08
    14. "This door swings both ways" 2:08
    15. "Leaning on a lamp post" 2:34
    16. "All the things I do for you" 2:19
    17. "Little boy sad" 2:28
    18. "Dial my number" 1:56
    19. "George and the dragon" 2:12
    20. "East west" 2:00
    21. "Dandy" 2:03
    22. "No milk today" 2:57

    Vol 2 :
    01. "There's A Kind Of Hush" 2:36
    02. "Green Street Green" 2:13
    03. "Little Miss Sorrow, Child of Tomorrow" 2:34
    04. "One Little Packet of Cigarettes" 2:01
    05. "Don't Go Out Into The Rain (You're Going to Melt)" 2:13
    06. "Jezebel" 3:24
    07. "Busy Line" 2:30
    08. "Museum" 2:40
    09. "Rattler" 3:15
    10. "I Can Take or Leave Your Loving" 2:34
    11. "It's Nice to be Out In The Morning" 2:26
    12. "Ooh, She's Done It Again" 2:18
    13. "Sleepy Joe" 3:11
    14. "Sunshine Girl" 2:39
    15. "The Most Beautiful Thing In My Life" 1:54
    16. "Somehting is Happening" 3:10
    17. "My Sentimental Friend" 3:17
    18. "Here Comes the Star" 3:23
    19. "Years May Come, Years May Go" 3:39
    20. "Bet Yer Life I Do" 2:38
    21. "Lady Barbara" 3:44
    22. "Oh, You Pretty Thing" 3:04

     
    Views: 1985 | Date: 10.09.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    Herman's Hermits ~ 1968 ~ Mrs Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter
    genre: beat
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, booklet scans, 304 mb) & mp3 (320k, booklet scans, 132 mb)
    time: 54'51"
    misc.: 2000
     

     Side 1:
    01. "It's Nice To Be Out In The Morning" 2:27
    02. "Holiday Inn" 2:22
    03. "Ooh, She's Done It Again" 2:17
    04. "There's A Kind Of Hush All Over The World" (mono) 2:34
    05. "Lemon And Lime" (Vocals by Stanley Holloway and Herman's Hermits)
    2:45

    Side 2:
    06. "The Most Beautiful Thing In My Life" 1:54
    07. "Daisy Chain Part I" 2:50
    08. "Daisy Chain Part II" 1:59
    09. "The World Is For The Young" (Vocals by Marjorie Rhodes, Sheila White, Stanley Holloway and Mona Washbourne) 2:44
    10. "Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter (rechannelled)" 2:48

    2000 bonus:
    11. "Regardez-Moi (mono, French version of 'Here Comes The Star')" 3:22
    12. "Years May Come, Years May Go (mono)" 3:38
    13. "Smile Please (mono)" 2:43
    14. "Bet Yer Life I Do (mono)" 2:38
    15. "Searching For The Southern Sun (mono)" 2:42
    16. "Lady Barbara" 3:43
    17. "Don't Just Stand There" 3:43
    18. "Big Man (mono)" 2:20
    19. "Wings Of Love (mono)" 3:18
    20. "Mum & Dad (mono)" 2:02

    Derek Leckenby - vocals, guitar;
    Karl Green - vocals, bass;
    Keith Hopwood - vocals, guitar;
    Barry Whitwam - drums;
    Peter Noone - keyboards, vocals, guitar.

    Views: 1814 | Date: 10.09.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Herman's Hermits ~ 1967 ~ Blaze {2001 cover}
    genre: beat
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (WavPack, cue, log, booklet scans, 292 mb) & mp3 (320k,scans, 131 mb)
    time: 55'42"
    misc.: 2001 remaster by Eroc
     
     

    Side 1:
    01. Museum 2:42
    02. Upstairs, Downstairs 2:12
    03. Busy Line 2:31
    04. Moonshine Man 2:32
    05. Green Street Green 2:13

    Side 2:
    06. Don't Go Out Into The Rain (You're Going To Melt) 2:13
    07. I Call Out Her Name 1:52
    08. One Little Packet Of Cigarettes 2:00
    09. Last Bus Home 2:19
    10. Ace, King, Queen, Jack 2:49

    2001 bonus:
    11. Sleepy Joe 3:10
    12. Just One Girl 2:37
    13. London Look 2:06
    14. Sunshine Girl 2:37
    15. Nobody Needs To Know 2:38
    16. Something Is Happening 3:10
    17. The Most Beautiful Thing In My Life 1:54
    18. Ooh, She's Done It Again 2:17
    19. My Sentimental Friend 3:18
    20. My Lady 2:44
    21. Here Comes The Star 3:23
    22. It's Alright Now 2:25

    Original Cover put on BackDerek Leckenby - guitar, vocals;
    Karl Green - bass, vocals;
    Keith Hopwood - guitar, vocals;
    Barry Whitwam - drums;
    Peter Noone - guitar, keyboards, vocals.

    Sixth album released by MGM Records in the U.S. and Canada for the band Herman's Hermits. The album was released in October, 1967. Blaze was not released in the U.K. at the time. EMI/Columbia the group's U.K. label did press the LP, but for export sales only.

    Restored & remastered by Eroc

    Views: 2152 | Date: 10.09.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


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