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    Main » 2010 » September » 14



    Mighty Baby ~ 1971 ~ A Jug Of Love
    genre: psych, folk
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 1:02'16"  size: 321 mb
    misc.: 2006
     
    01. "A Jug Of Love" 6:22
    02. "The Happiest Man In The Carnival" 7:11
    03. "Keep On Jugging" 8:44
    04. "Virgin Spring" 9:25
    05. "Tasting The Life" 6:47
    06. "Slipstreams" 5:26

    bonus:
    07. "Devil's Whisper ( 45a )" 3:40
    08. "Virgin Spring ( 45b )" 7:03
    09. "Messages ( Prev. Unreleased )" 3:46
    10. "Ancient Traveller ( Prev. Unreleased )" 3:50
     
    • MIKE EVANS bs
    • ALAN KING vcls, gtr
    • ROGER POWELL drms
    • IAN WHITEMAN woodwind
     
     
    Views: 1981 | Date: 14.09.2010 | Rating: 4.7 | Comments (0)


    Medicine Head ~ 1971 ~ Dark Side Of the Moon
    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 34'08"  size: 216 or 83 mb
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    This was one of many bands brought to prominence by DJ John Peel, after they sent him a tape, he signed them to his Dandelion label. They started out as a duo gigging in the Midlands. Their early albums conjured up a very sparse understated atmosphere and contained several love songs. A highlight of their debut album was His Guiding Hand, which was also issued as a 45. They enjoyed Chart success with Pictures In The Sky but then the eccentric Hope-Evans quit and they reformed as a trio (line-up B) with ex-Yardbird Keith Relf on bass. Before 1972 was over, Hope-Evans turned up again and they reverted back to a duo augmented by session musicians for One And One Is One. The title cut and Rising Sun brought them further Chart success and they expanded to a quintet for their next album, Thru' A Five. Thereafter they hit hard times, although former Spencer Davis and Taste bassist Charlie McCracken was involved in a later line-up. Two Man Band, however, was recorded by the original duo of Fiddler and Hope-Evans.
    After their demise, Fiddler teamed up with former Mott The Hoople members in The British Lions and also worked and recorded as a solo artist. In the eighties he joined the ex-Yardbirds project The Box Of Frogs. Hope-Evans helped out Pete Townshend on his 1985 White City Soundtrack and played in a number of part-time groups.
    Their bass player on Thru' A Five, George Ford later played with Cockney Rebel.
     
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    Deep Purple ~ 1998 ~ Gemini Suite Live
    genre: prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 44'34"  size: 233 or 109 mb
    misc.: recorded '70


    1. First Movement: Guitar, Organ – 17:23
    2. Second Movement: Voice, Bass – 10:19
    3. Third Movement: Drums, Finale – 16:52

    Conducted by Malcolm Arnold
    Ian Gillan - vocals
    Ritchie Blackmore - guitar
    Roger Glover - bass
    Ian Paice - drums
    Jon Lord - organ, keyboards
    The Orchestra of the Light Music Society

    also:


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    Jefferson Airplane ~ 1992 ~ Loves You
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    size: 1,3g
     
    Disc 1














    Disc 1 (1:13'56"):
    "I Specialize in Love" (Marty Balin, Harry Collis) – 1:56 (Marty Balin Challenge single #9156)
    "Go To Her" (Paul Kantner, Irving Estes) – 4:05 (previously unreleased early version)
    "Bringing Me Down" (Balin, Kantner) – 2:22 (from Jefferson Airplane Takes Off)
    "Let Me In" (Balin, Kantner) – 3:28 (previously unreleased alternate take)
    "Chauffeur Blues" (Lester Melrose) – 2:28 (from Jefferson Airplane Takes Off)
    "Free Advice" (Darby Slick) – 2:29 (Great Society Northbeach single #1001)
    "Somebody to Love" (D. Slick) – 2:58 (from Surrealistic Pillow)
    "Today" (Balin, Kantner) – 3:00 (from Surrealistic Pillow)
    "Embryonic Journey" (Jorma Kaukonen) – 1:52 (from Surrealistic Pillow)
    "White Rabbit" (Grace Slick) – 2:33 (from Surrealistic Pillow)
    "Come Back Baby" (traditional, arranged by Kaukonen) – 2:55 (previously unreleased)
    "The Other Side of This Life" (Fred Neil) – 8:03 (previously unreleased live)
    "Runnin' 'Round this World" (Balin, Kantner) – 2:30 (previously unreleased live)
    "She Has Funny Cars" (Kaukonen, Balin) – 3:37 (previously unreleased live)
    "High Flyin' Bird" (Billy Edd Wheeler) – 4:03 (previously unreleased live)
    "Tobacco Road" (John D. Loudermilk) – 3:57 (previously unreleased live)
    "Let's Get Together" (Chet Powers) – 4:05 (previously unreleased live)
    "White Rabbit" (G. Slick) – 2:23 (previously unreleased live)
    "Comin' Back to Me" (Balin) – 7:38 (previously unreleased live)
    "Won't You Try/Saturday Afternoon" (Kantner) – 7:01 (previously unreleased live

    Disc 2Disc 2 (1:14'52"):
    "The Ballad of You and Me and Pooneil" (Kantner) – 11:38 (previously unreleased alternate version)
    "Things are Better in the East" (Balin) – 3:18 (previously unreleased)
    "Watch Her Ride" (Kantner) – 3:15 (from After Bathing at Baxter's)
    "Two Heads" (G. Slick) – 3:14 (from After Bathing at Baxter's)
    "Martha" (Kantner) – 3:26 (single version) (RCA single #47-9389)
    "Don't Let Me Down" (Balin, Ernie K-Doe) – 2:54 (previously unreleased)
    "Crown of Creation" (Kantner) – 2:53 (from Crown of Creation)
    "Lather" (G. Slick) – 2:57 (from Crown of Creation)
    "In Time" (Kantner, Balin) – 4:14 (from Crown of Creation)
    "House at Pooneil Corners" (Kantner, Balin) – 5:51 (from Crown of Creation)
    "RiBump Ba Bap Dum Dum" (Spencer Dryden, Bill Goodwin) – 1:32 (previously unreleased)
    "Would You Like a Snack?" (G. Slick, Frank Zappa) – 2:38 (previously unreleased)
    "3/5 Mile in 10 Seconds" (Balin) – 4:45 (live) (from Bless Its Pointed Little Head)
    "It's No Secret" (Balin) – 3:28 (live) (from Bless Its Pointed Little Head)
    "Plastic Fantastic Lover" (Balin) – 4:24 (previously unreleased live)
    "Uncle Sam Blues" (traditional, arranged by Kaukonen, Jack Casady) – 5:27 (previously unreleased live)
    "Wooden Ships" (David Crosby, Kantner, Stephen Stills) – 5:52 (alternate take) (from Quadraphonic Volunteers)
    "Volunteers" (Balin, Kantner) – 2:17 (alternate take) (from Quadraphonic Volunteers)

    Disc 3Disc 3 (1:14'50"):
    "We Can Be Together" (Kantner) – 6:00 (alternate take) (from Quadraphonic Volunteers)
    "Turn My Life Down" (Kaukonen) – 2:56 (from Volunteers)
    "Good Shepherd" (traditional, arranged by Kaukonen) – 4:24 (from Volunteers)
    "Hey Fredrick" (G. Slick) – 9:04 (alternate take) (from Quadraphonic Volunteers)
    "Emergency" (Balin) – 4:36 (from "Go Ride the Music" documentary)
    "When the Earth Moves Again" (Kantner) – 3:55 (from Bark)
    "Pretty as You Feel" (Casady, Joey Covington, Kaukonen) – 3:09 (single version) (Grunt single #65-0500)
    "Law Man" (G. Slick) – 2:42 (from Bark)
    "Feel So Good" (Kaukonen) – 9:23 (previously unreleased extended version)
    "Twilight Double Leader" (Kantner) – 4:47 (from Long John Silver)
    "Aerie (Gang of Eagles)" (G. Slick) – 3:55 (from Long John Silver)
    "Trial by Fire" (Kaukonen) – 4:51 (live) (from Thirty Seconds Over Winterland)
    "Dress Rap" (G. Slick) – 1:25 (previously unreleased live)[n 6]
    "You Wear Your Dresses Too Short" (Balin) – 12:35 (previously unreleased live)

     
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    Jane ~ 1979 ~ Sign No. 9
    genre: heavy
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 44'04"  size: 295 mb

    01. "No. 9" 6:40
    02. "That's The Way" 5:49
    03. "Love Can't Wait" 6:00
    04. "Henry Goes Married" 4:18
    05. "Say Hello" 5:05
    06. "Moonstone" 4:52
    07. "Love On Earth" 4:40
    08. "Letter To Mariann" 3:14
    09. "I Know One Day" 3:28

    Klauss Hess / acoustic & electric guitars, keyboards, vocals 
    Peter Panka / drums, percussion, vocals 
    Martin Hesse / bass, vocals 

    Views: 1411 | Date: 14.09.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    Jane ~ 1976 ~ Live at Home
    genre: heavy
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:14'47"  size: 381 mb
    misc.: 1992
     
    01. "All My Friends" 4:59
    02. "Lady" 3:38
    03. "Rest Of My Life" 4:48
    04. "Expectation" 5:24
    05. "River" 3:51
    06. "Out In The Rain" 6:24
    07. "Hangman" 11:59
    08. "Fire, Water, Earth + Air" 3:55
    09. "Another Way" 5:25
    10. "Hightime For Crusaders" 5:05
    11. "Windows" 19:17
     
    Klaus Hess / lead guitar, vocals, Taurus bass pedals
    Martin Hesse / bass, vocals 
    Peter Panka / drums, vocals 
    Manfred Wieczorke / keyboards, vocals
     
    also:
     
    Views: 1503 | Date: 14.09.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    Rocket Scientists ~ 1995 ~ Brutal Architecture
    genre: neo prog
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:04'49"  size: 407 mb
     
     

    01. "Dark Water (Part One)" 4:12
    02. "Wake Me Up" 5:44
    03. "Copernicus" 2:53
    04. "Brutal Architecture" 6:20
    05. "Nether" 4:04
    06. "Dark Water (Part Two)" 1:39
    07. "The Fall of Icarus" 6:30
    08. "Resolution" 7:30
    09. "Rainy Days and Pastel Grays" 7:13
    10. "Millennium 3" 7:15
    11. "Mariner" 11:30

    Tommy Amato / drums, piano
    Mark McCrite / guitar, vocals
    Erik Norlander / keyboards, vocals
    Don Schiff / stick

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    the Roches ~ 1979 ~ The Roches
    genre: folk
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, scans)
    time: 39'57"  size: 211 mb
     
     
    01. "We" 2:36
    02. "Hammond Song" 5:46
    03. "Mr. Sellack" 4:03
    04. "Damned Old Dog" 4:07
    05. "The Troubles" 3:27
    06. "The Train" 3:30
    07. "The Married Men" 4:33
    08. "Runs In The Family" 3:30
    09. "Quitting Time" 4:19
    10. "Pretty And High" 4:06
     
    Maggie Roche
    Terre Roche
    Suzzy Roche
     
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    Terry Reid ~ 1976 ~ Seed of memory
    genre: country
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 43'14"  size: 244 mb
    misc.: 1995
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    Reid was born in Huntingdon, England, in November 1949, forming Terry Reid and The Jaywalkers when he was just 15. After these two 45s, Terry was approached by Jimmy Page and asked to join Led Zeppelin. He had to decline because he was contracted to Columbia producer Mickie Most so he recommended Robert Plant instead. Thereafter Reid spent most of his time in America, where he recorded two albums in the late sixties:- Bang Bang You're Terry Reid and Superlungs. He returned briefly to the UK as a member of Arrival in 1969, but spent most of the seventies in America, recording just three albums:- River, Seed Of Memory and Rogue Waves.
    The Hands Don't Fit The Glove contains the whole of his first album and his two 45s from 1967 and 1968 respectively. The album shows Reid to have been a powerful lead guitarist on tracks like Donovan's Superlungs My Supergirl, which can also be heard on the Psychedelic Dream compilation, and he also turns out reasonable covers of Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited and Lorraine Ellison's Stay With Me Baby. Of the two 45s, the first is a good soul-styled vocal performance, the second was poppier.
    Terry also had a US-only album, Bang, Bang, You're Terry Reid in 1968, which has been reissued on CD (Beat Goes On BGOCD 164) in 1993. The album is full of cover versions of songs like Cher's Bang Bang, Gene Pitney's Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart, a long version of Donovan's Season Of The Witch and Eddie Cochran's Summertime Blues, which he combines into a long cut with his own composition, Writing On The Wall.
    Seed Of Memory, which was produced by Graham Nash, was one of the best singer-songwriter albums of the seventies and is full of mood sounds with poignant lyrics - musically very much in the mode of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. It passed largely unnoticed at the time because ABC Records went bust within a few days of its release.
    Reid was also offered the opportunity to join Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin yet ended up in neither.
     
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