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    Main » 2010 » September » 21



    the Outlaws ~ 1974 ~ the Outlaws
    genre: southern
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 41'37"  size: 283 mb
    misc.: 2001
     
     
    "There Goes Another Love Song" (Thomasson, Yoho) – 3:06
    "Song for You" (Jones, Thomasson) – 3:34
    "Song in the Breeze" (Paul) – 3:07
    "It Follows from Your Heart" (Jones) – 5:22
    "Cry No More" (Jones) – 4:21
    "Waterhole" (Outlaws) – 2:06
    "Stay With Me" (Paul) – 3:32
    "Keep Prayin'" (O'Keefe) – 2:46
    "Knoxville Girl" (Paul) – 3:32
    "Green Grass & High Tides" (Thomasson) – 9:49
     
    Hughie Thomasson - lead guitar, vocals
    Billy Jones - lead guitar, vocals
    Monte Yoho - drums
    Frank O'Keefe - bass guitar
    Henry Paul - electric and acoustic guitar, vocals
     
    Views: 1621 | Date: 21.09.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    Oscar ~ 1974 ~ Oscar
    genre: heavy estrada
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 35'58"  size: 232 mb
    misc.: 2004
     
    Tapestry Of Delights: 
    Their second album is a mixture of progressive / folk rock and is pleasant enough without ever hitting the heights. All songs were written by Brian McGladdery with assistance on one from Geoff Gill (ex-Smoke) who also produced the album.
     
    01. "Well Known Lady" 4:26
    02. "Good Loving Woman" 3:58
    03. "Encore After Encore" 4:15
    04. "Hugo (Can You Hear Us)" 5:46
    05. "Feel Alright" 2:57
    06. "Looking Thru the Eye" 3:00
    07. "Never Coming Back" 3:21
    08. "Shady Lady" 3:30
    09. "Lord of the Night" 4:45
     
    TONY BAMFORTH keyb'ds
    GARY McDOUGAL bs
    BRIAN McGLADDERY gtr, vcls
    KEVIN PARROT gtr
    ROGER TWEEDALE perc
     
    Views: 1445 | Date: 21.09.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (1)


    Orange Bicycle ~ 2001 ~ Hyacinth Threads
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: mp3 (320k, booklet scans)
    size: 239 mb
    misc.: 2cd complete recordings

    Tapestry Of Delights:

    This rather lightweight vocal harmony outfit, evolved out of Robb Storme and The Whispers. They started playing quasi-psychedelic pop music in 1967. They had a No 1 in France with their debut single Hyacinth Threads although their future singles including a cover of The Rolling Stones' Sing This All Together did not happen at home.

    Their album was produced by John Peel and was largely comprised of cover versions of Elton John/Bernie Taupin material such as Take Me To The Pilot, which was also released as a single. It also included Dylan's Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You and Denny Laine's Say You Don't Mind.

    Wilson Malone recorded a self-titled solo album as Wil Malone in 1970 for Fontana and was also in Motherlight.

  • JOHN BACHINI bs
  • KEVIN CURRY drms
  • BERNIE LEE gtr
  • WILSON MALONE keyb'ds, vcls
  • R.J. SCALES vcls

  • Cd1 (45'56"):
    01 - Hyacinth Threads 2:55
    02 - Dropping Out 2:45
    03 - Rennaissance Fair 3:02
    04 - Amy Peate 2:07
    05 - I Can't Go On Loving Forever 3:53
    06 - Sister Sharon 2:23
    07 - Early Pearly Morning 3:01
    08 - Until The End Dreamer 0:42
    09 - Jane 2:37
    10 - Trip On An Orange Bicycle 0:37
    11 - La {Alt} 3:13
    12 - Nicely 2:59
    13 - Message For Mary {Lyrics On Musicmatch} 3:45
    14 - It's All Very Strange {Lyrics On Musicmatch} 2:19
    15 - Sing This Song All Together 2:41
    16 - Jenskadajka (Alt) 3:22
    17 - Drink Your Whisky 3:22

    Cd2 (48'29") :
    18 - Laura's Garden 3:16
    19 - Competition 2:43
    20 - Lavender Girl 2:21
    21 - Rainy Jane 2:58
    22 - Soft Winds 2:51
    23 - Trip On An Orange Bicycle 3:33
    24 - Box 49 2:16
    25 - Donna 3:44
    26 - Jenskadajka 3:33
    27 - Isn't It Nice 2:54
    28 - Go With Goldie 2:43
    29 - So Long Marianne 4:12
    30 - Madam Lamar 2:47
    31 - Carpet Man 3:02
    32 - L A 3:10
    33 - Here Come The Bumbles 2:30
    34 - Carry That Weight - You Never Give Me Your Money 2:35

    Views: 3613 | Date: 21.09.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (0)


    Orang-Utan ~ 1971 ~ Orang-Utan
    genre: heavy
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 38'48"  size: 238 or 94 mb
    misc.: 2005
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    An album with psychedelic leanings which could begin to interest collectors. It is in fact a U.S.A.-only release by a U.K. band.
     
    Line Notes:
    As most people don't know: Orang Utan grew from the dying members of Jason Crest. Terry Clarke (the original co-founder) was to leave Jason Crest, whilst the remainding members continued with new vocalist Brian Prebble and ex-Mike Stuart Span / Leviathan guitarist Brian Bennett under the new name. Their US-only album is full of far music heavier than the Crest ever managed to cut. ...
    This is one of the very best heavy albums of the period, and most definitely not for the popsykers! But if you dig Broughtons, Writing On The Wall or the Fairies I am sure you'll dig this big time; and song titles such as 'Fly Me High' and 'Magic Playground' leave one in no doubt that this is music stuffed full of brain fryin' chemicals. In fact, this is one of the very few genuine UK "Acid Rock" albums.
    Play loud, play very very LOUD!
     
    01 "I Can see Inside Your Head" 3:27
    02 "Slipping Away" 6:17
    03 "Love Queen" 4:33
    04 "Chocolate Piano" 6:37
    05 "If You Leave" 5:26
    06 "Fly Me High" 4:52
    07 "Country Hike" 4:09
    08 "Magic Playground" 3:27
     
    Views: 2837 | Date: 21.09.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (6)


    Opossum ~ 1974 ~ Bear's Banquet
    genre: jazz
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, booklet scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 47'39"  size: 521 or 261 mb
    misc.: 2003

    Crack In The Cosmic Egg:

    The roots of Morpheus, undocumented until the recent Garden of Delights CD release, they originated circa Spring 1971 from the town of Warburg (about 70 miles east of Dortmund) and existed until early 1975.

    The CD documents a studio rehearsal session and has fine studio quality, with four of the five tracks penned by band leader Gerold Adler. The opening Eddie Marshall number is given a distinct Krauty feel, as a relaxed Zappa/Mothers cum Xhol jazzy mood, with really nice electric-saxophone work, and elsewhere we have moods that feel kinda Nine Days Wonder or Colosseum, in a free-floaty mode. I could compare their hybrid to Annexus Quam, Munju and Embryo, with some nice lazy Latino and bluesy diversions. Excellent stuff through and through!

    01. "The Sun And The Moon Have Come Together" 11:15
    02. "Mittelstreifen" 10:16
    03. "Amina" 6:34
    04. "Opossum Novum" 4:04
    05. "Bear's Banquet" 15:31

    Peter Blцmeke (drums, flute, synthesizer), 
    Karl-Heinz Cornelius (bass), 
    Heinrich Holtgreve (alto saxophone, clarinet), 
    Robert Binnewies (keyboards, harmonica), 
    Gerold Adler (guitar), 
    Alfred Franke (drums)

    Views: 1937 | Date: 21.09.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (2)


    Old Man and the Sea ~ 1972 ~ Old Man and the Sea
    genre: prog
    country: denmark
    quality: lossless (ape tracks, log, scans)
    time: 41'55"  size: 252 mb
    misc.: 1996
     
    ProgArchives:
    Record collectors into Nordic rock are well aware of this band that recorded one album that is very much sought after (it was also counterfeited at least twice), with its highly rated Hammond-driven hard rock rather typical of that era. They do have their own sound but can be compared to a rough TULL (Aqualung-style) or ATOMIC ROOSTER, playing tight music, but also leaving some space for instrumental interplay on some tracks.

    01. "Living Dead" 7:51
    02. "Princess" 6:01
    03. "Jingoism" 6:52
    04. "Prelude" 1:11
    05. "The Monk Song (Part 1)" 5:54
    06. "The Monk Song (Part 2)" 3:37
    07. "Going Blind" 10:29

    Ole Wedel / lead vocals
    Benny Stanley / electric guitar
    Tommy Hansen / organ, piano, vocals
    Knud Lindhard / bass, vocals
    John Lundvig / drums
    (2004 re-issue credits Lars "Bekse" Thygesen as a drummer).

    Views: 2206 | Date: 21.09.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    Dashiell Hedayat ~ 1971 ~ Obsolete
    genre: psych
    country: france
    quality: lossless (flac separate, scans,  size: 222) & mp3 (320k, scans, 90 mb)
    time: 37'54"
     
     

    1. Eh, Mushroom, Will You Mush My Room? (16:42)
    a. Chrysler - 6:40
    b. Fille de L'Ombre - 2:18
    c. Long Song for Zelda - 7:44
    2. Cielo Drive/17 (21:09)

    Dashiell Hedayat / vocal, guitar, keyboards
    Daevid Allen / lead guitar
    Didier Malherbe / saxophone, flute
    Christian Tritsch / bass, acoustic guitar
    Pip Pyle / drums, guitar
    Gilli Smythe / vocal

    With:
    Robert Wyatt / voice
    William S. Burroughs / voice

    Views: 2078 | Date: 21.09.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


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