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    the Stooges ~ 1970 ~ Funhouse
    genre: acid, punk
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)
    size: 865 mb
    misc.: 2005

    Disc one (36'40"):
    "Down on the Street" – 3:43
    "Loose" – 3:34
    "T.V. Eye" – 4:17
    "Dirt" – 7:03
    "1970" – 5:15 (also known as "I Feel Alright")
    "Fun House" – 7:47
    "L.A. Blues" – 4:57

    Disc two (1:13'28"):
    "T.V. Eye" [Takes 7 & 8] – 6:01
    "Loose" [Demo] – 1:16
    "Loose" [Take 2] – 3:42
    "Loose" [Take 22] – 3:42
    "Lost in the Future" [Take 1] – 5:50
    "Down on the Street" [Take 1] – 2:22
    "Down on the Street" [Take 8] – 4:10
    "Dirt" [Take 4] – 7:09
    "Slide" (Slidin' The Blues) [Take 1] – 4:38
    "1970" [Take 3] – 7:29
    "Fun House" [Take 2] – 9:30
    "Fun House" [Take 3] – 11:29
    "Down on the Street" (Single mix) – 2:43
    "1970" (Single mix) – 3:21

    Iggy Pop - vocals, mixing
    Ron Asheton - guitar
    Dave Alexander - bass
    Scott Asheton - drums
    Steve Mackay - saxophone
    Don Gallucci - producer, organ overdubs


    Views: 1409 | Date: 22.09.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Stonewall ~ 1974 ~ Stoner
    genre: heavy
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 31'57"  size: 246 mb
    misc.: 2004

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    An extremely rare, privately pressed hard rock album with some psychedelic trappings. This type of album is far more likely to interest hard rock enthusiasts than connoisseurs of psychedelia and is a very marginal case for inclusion. Solitude and Atlantis are probably the most relevant tracks to this book.

    01 - Right On 4:13
    02 - Solitude 3:54
    03 - Bloody Mary 4:12
    04 - Outer Spaced 3:31
    05 - Try & See It Through 6:01
    06 - Atlantis 4:42
    07 - Suite a) I'd Rather Be Blind b) Roll Over Rover 5:26

    Views: 1766 | Date: 22.09.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    Rod Stewart ~ 1971 ~ Every Picture Tells A Story
    genre: blues, folk
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 40'52"  size: 234 mb
    misc.: 1997

     Side One
    "Every Picture Tells a Story" (Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood) - 6:01
    "Seems Like a Long Time" (Theodore Anderson) - 4:02
    "That's All Right" (Arthur Crudup) - 3:59
    "Amazing Grace" (Traditional, arranged by Rod Stewart) - 2:03
    "Tomorrow Is a Long Time" (Bob Dylan) - 3:43
    "Amazing Grace" is not listed on the label on most editions, and on the CD is part of "That's All Right."

    Side Two
    "O. Henry" (Martin Quittenton) - 0:32 [an apparent reference to the American writer O. Henry]
    "Maggie May" (Rod Stewart, Martin Quittenton) - 5:16.
    "Mandolin Wind" (Rod Stewart) - 5:33
    "(I Know) I'm Losing You" (Norman Whitfield, Eddie Holland, Cornelius Grant) - 5:23
    "Reason to Believe" (Tim Hardin) - 4:06

    Ronnie Wood - guitar, pedal steel guitar & bass
    Sam Mitchell - slide guitar
    Martin Quittenton - acoustic guitar
    Micky Waller - drums
    Pete Sears - piano
    Ian McLagan - organ
    Danny Thompson - bass
    Andy Pyle - bass
    Dick Powell - violin
    Maggie Bell - "vocal abrasives" on the title track
    Madeline Bell & friends (Mateus Rose, John Baldry) - "vocal abrasives" on "Seems Like A Long Time"
    Lindsay Raymond Jackson ("the mandolin player in Lindisfarne") - mandolin
    Kenney Jones - drums on "(I Know) I'm Losing You"
    Ronnie Lane - bass on "(I Know) I'm Losing You"

    also: 1975 - Atlantic Crossing

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    Tin House ~ 1971 ~ Tin House
    genre: heavy
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 33'56"  size: 267 mb
    misc.: 2001

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    Produced by Rick Derringer, this is an excellent heavy blues rock album a la Third Power with lots of distortion, wah wah pedals etc. Radford would later play with Johnny Winter.

    (Stephane Rebeschini)

    01 "I Want Your Body" 1:50
    02 "30 Weight Blues" 2:24
    03 "Be Good and Be Kind" 3:44
    04 "You've Gone Too Far" 3:49
    05 "Silver Star" 4:10
    06 "Personal Gain" 4:31
    07 "Jezebel Give Me Your Lovin" 2:45
    08 "Tomorrow" 3:01
    09 "Endamus Finallamus" 3:57
    10 "Lady of the Silent Opera" 3:44

    JEFF COLE bs, vcls
    MIKE LOGAN drms, perc, vcls
    FLOYD RADFORD gtr, vcls

    Views: 1965 | Date: 22.09.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (4)


    Thundertree ~ 1970 ~ Thundertree
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 34'58"  size: 234 mb

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    A Minneapolis band whose album transgresses psychedelia and progressivism. It's now becoming a minor collectable and is very hard to find. The medley on side two is full of variety and interest but the highlights are the opening cut, Head Embers, which has lots of good guitar work and the mildly psychedelic, At The Top Of The Stairs. There are a few awful tracks, but there are lots of ideas on this album and if you're into psychedelic guitar and keyboards this is one for you.

    The band evolved out of The Good Idea. When that band had split in 1969, John Miesen landed a deal with Roulette on the basis on an unreleasedThe Good Idea track, 12:25, which was used for one side of the Thundertree album.

    Bill Hallquist later recorded two solo albums. The first under the name of Billy, Persephone (Orion 20510) 1972, although he's more often referred to as Persephone Billy, due to a typographical error on the sleeve. On this he was helped out by, amongst others, Rick liaBraaten (also ex-Thundertree). The album, which is pretty rare and sought-after, consists of pleasant, dreamy folk-rock and comes in a striking black and white cover. After second, Travelin' (Mill City) 1976, Bill Hallquist did some session work including Kevin Odegard's Silver Lining album. (Kevin, in turn played on one of the songs on Dylan's Blood On The Tracks). Bill:- "In 1976 Kevin and I played together in The K.O. Band. Our drummer later became a member of Prince and The Revolution (Bobby Z), and guitar player (Jeff Dayton) currently plays with Glen Campbell. After that I played with a folk trio Macavity with Tim Sparks (Rio Nido), followed by a bar band Cimarron. Later, I wrote/produced radio jingles before becoming Director of Marketing at K-tel here in the U.S. I am still active musically as a songwriter and as a member of Perfectly Loud. The K.O. band is doing a reunion gig Sept. 1, 2000 at a club here in Mpls./St. Paul".

    Views: 2127 | Date: 22.09.2010 | Rating: 4.2 | Comments (2)


    Three Man Army ~ 2005 ~ Three Man Army 3
    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 33'14"  size: 217 mb
    misc.: originally recorded '73/'74

    01. "Three Days To Go" 4:28
    02. "Dog's Life" 2:57
    03. "Jubilee" 4:36
    04. "Look At The Sun" 3:20
    05. "Don't Wanna Go Right Now" 5:21
    06. "Come To The Party" 2:30
    07. "Let's Go Get Laid" 3:52
    08. "Doctor" 2:44
    09. "You'll Find Love" 3:26

    Paul Gurvitz - bss, vcls
    Adrian Gurvitz - gtr, vcls
    Nony Newman - drms

    Views: 1414 | Date: 22.09.2010 | Rating: 4.3 | Comments (0)


    Three Man Army ~ 1970 ~ A Third Of A Lifetime

    genre: heavy
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 1:03'28"  size: 403 or 160 mb
    misc.: 1990

    Tapestry of Delights:

    The Gurvitz brothers had earlier played in Gun and Baker-Gurvitz Army and Adrian Gurvitz also made solo recordings.

    Buddy Miles was an American artist, who made several recordings with his own band. Tony Newman also made solo recordings and Doris Troy was born in New York City as Doris Payne on 6 January 1937. A R&B vocalist and songwriter she made several solo albums and singles. She also sang backing vocals on Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon.

    ... Read more »

    Views: 2360 | Date: 22.09.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    I Teoremi ~ 1972 ~ I Teoremi
    genre: heavy prog
    country: italy
    quality: lossless (ape tracks, scans)
    time: 40'53"  size: 210 mb
    misc.: 1993
     
    ItalianProg:
    A quartet from Rome, though their singer Vincenzo "Lord Enzo" Massetti came from Naples, having had a solo career since the late 60's and having also participated at the 1968 Festival degli Sconosciuti in Ariccia. 
    The group's debut was with a single in 1971, Sognare backed by an italian version of Jethro Tull's With you there to help me called Tutte le cose. The line-up on the single was different from their later LP, with Tito Gallo on vocals. 
    The album, simply called  I Teoremi, is one of the rarest italian prog-era albums, though not a proper prog LP, as it contains a hard rock inspired sound in the same style as early Rovescio della Medaglia.  It was issued in 1972 on the small Polaris label, that also produced the Alpha ralpha boulevard LP by I Numi, and contains seven self-penned tracks, mostly in the hard rock vein, with light prog influences as in the long Mare della tranquillità, the only track including piano. A very good album whose original copies are worth a fortune.
    Bassist Aldo Bellanova later went to Samadhi, while Lord Enzo left Italy to Thailand where he is still working as singer.
    Drummer Claudio Mastracci briefly played with Il Punto (also at Villa Pamphili festival in Rome with them), and later with some pop artists like Donatella Rettore and Sergio Caputo, and in some TV shows orchestras. He still works as drum teacher. Guitarist Mario Schilirò has played with important italian artists like Antonello Venditti and, still now since many years, Zucchero.

     
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    Leaf Hound ~ 2007 ~Unleashed
    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 48'00"  size: 332 mb
     
    01. "One Hundred And Five Degrees" 4:37
    02. "Barricades" 4:56
    03. "The Man With The Moon In Him" 5:32
    04. "Nickles And Dimes" 5:49
    05. "Stop, Look And Listen" 6:02
    06. "Overtime" 3:24
    07. "Too Many Rock'n'Roll Times" 4:00
    08. "Deception" 6:14
    09. "Breakthrough" 7:27
     
    Dedicated to the memory of Vincent Crane.
     
    Peter French - vocals
    Luke Rayner - guitar
    Ed Pearson - bass
    Jimmy Rowland - drums
     
    Views: 1527 | Date: 22.09.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (2)


    Leaf Hound ~ 2006 ~ Live At London 2006
    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: mp3 (320k, covers)
    time: 37'30"  size: 86 mb
     
    01. "Stagnant Pool" 4:39
    02. "Drowned My Life In Fear - Overtime - 105 Degrees" 5:10
    03. "Sad Road To The Sea" 7:21
    04. "Too Many Rock' n 'Roll Times" 7:01
    05. "Freelance Fiend - Nickels And Dimes - Breakthrough" 5:59
    06. "Growers Of Mushroom" 7:19

    Pete French - Vocals
    Luke Rayner - Guitar
    Jimmy Rowland - Drums
    Ed Pearson - Bass

    Recorded Live At Half Moon, Putney, London, UK on 01/29/2006

    Views: 1350 | Date: 22.09.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (1)


    Leaf Hound ~ 1971 ~ Growers Of Mushroom
    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, scans)
    time: 44'22"  size: 295 or 112 mb
    misc.: 1994
     
    Tapestry Of Delights:
    A hard rock album. The Decca release, in particular, is ultra-rare and very sought-after by collectors of this genre. In fact the album is perhaps the most expensive major label album of the 'progressive' era.
    Their vocalist Pete French, a South Londoner, played with his cousins Mick Halls in various rock/blues outfits like Switch and Joe Poe before teaming up with Bob Brunning to form the Brunning Sunflower Blues Band. By 1969, French had moved on to Black Cat Bones and Halls later joined him. Then, in the latter half of 1970, they evolved into Leaf Hound.
    The album's name is very misleading. Anyone expecting an acid rock classic from the title and cover of the UK release is going to be very disappointed. This is driving hard rock in the Led Zeppelin mould which is only likely to appeal to fans of this genre. Nonetheless French's voice is raw and strong ideally suited to music of this type and the album is full of driving, incisive guitar work from Mick Halls and his colleagues. This is particularly evident on tracks like Drowning My Life In Fear, Stagnant Pool, Sad Road To The Sea and A Minute To Go but there are no weak cuts on the album.
    During their short time together Leaf Hound got to tour Germany and their album was licensed to Telefunken for German release before it was put out in this country. Inexplicably the German release omitted two cuts:- Freelance Fiend and the title track but it did come with a poster of the band. Telefunken also issued one of the album's strongest tracks Drowned My Life In Fear on a 45 backed by a non-LP song It's Going To Get Better (Telefunken U 56 154) in a picture sleeve in 1971. The Telefunken album release was pirated a few years back.
    After Leaf Hound's demise French was briefly in Big Bertha, then joined Atomic Rooster. He later figured in US boogie band Cactus before returning to the UK to join Randy Pie. He played on their three German-only 1977 albums and put out a solo album and 45 the following year which were only released in Germany.
     
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    T.Rex ~ 1997 ~ Electric Warrior Sessions
    genre: glam
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 50'06"  size: 272 mb
     
     
    1) Get It On;
    2) Monolith
    3) Cosmic Dancer
    4) Life's A Gas
    5) Honey Don't
    6) Woodland Rock
    7) Monolith (2nd version);
    8) Summertime Blues;
    9) Jeepster
    10) Baby Strange
    11) Jewel
    12) Get It On (2nd version)
     
    also:
     
     
    Views: 1354 | Date: 22.09.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (1)


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