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    Main » 2010 » October » 02



    Brian Pool and the Tremeloes ~ 1963 ~ Twist And Shout + 1965 ~ It's About Time
    genre: beat
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, cover)
    size: 335 mb
    misc.: 2004
     
     
    Cd1 (45'02"):
    Twist And Shout lp:
    01. "Twist And Shout" 2:08
    02. "Twenty Miles" 2:04
    03. "If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody" 2:38
    04. "You Don't Love Me Anymore (And I Can Tell)" 2:07
    05. "Meet Me Where We Used To Meet" 2:24
    06. "Don't Be Afraid Little Darlin'" 1:58
    07. "We Know" 1:52
    08. "Alley Oop" 3:25
    09. "Baby Workout" 2:31
    10. "Over The Mountain, Across The Sea" 2:28
    11. "Twist Little Sister" 1:58
    12. "Da Doo Ron Ron" 2:11
    13. "Run Back Home" 2:02
    14. "South Street" 2:20
    15. "Peanuts" 2:20
    16. "Keep On Dancing" 1:59
    Swinging On A Star ep :
    17. "Twenty Miles" 2:03
    18. "Come On In" 2:21
    19. "Swinging On A Star" 2:24
    20. "Yakety Yak" 1:50
     
    Cd2 (46'57") :
    It's About Time lp:
    01. "Time Is On My Side" 2:40
    02. "Someone, Someone" 2:59
    03. "You Can't Sit Down" 2:18
    04. "I Could Make You Love Me" 2:05
    05. "Rag Doll" 2:54
    06. "After A While" 2:05
    07. "Chills" 1:56
    08. "Times Have Changed" 2:31
    09. "Hands Off" 2:18
    10. "The Uncle Willie" 2:26
    11. "Michael Row The Boat Ashore" 2:43
    12. "What Do You Want With My Baby" 2:26
    13. "Song Of A Broken Heart" 2:22
    14. "Heard It All Before" 3:14
    15. "Well Who's That" 1:41
    Time Is On My Side ep:
    16. "Time Is On My Side" 2:40
    17. "Sho' Miss You Baby" 2:46
    18. "It's All Right" 2:32
    19. "You Don't Own Me" 2:21
     
    ALAN BLAKELY gtr, vcls keyb'ds
    MICK CLARK bs
    DAVE MUNDEN drms
    RICKY WEST (WESTWOOD) gtr
    LEN 'CHIP' HAWKES bs, vcls
     
    as The Tremeloes:
     
     
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    Trees ~ 1970 ~ On The Shore
    genre: folk
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    size: 541 mb  misc.: 2007
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    A very pleasant folk-rock outfit. Celia Humphries' vocals are extremely appealing. Both albums are now sought-after. Of particular note was the first one, especially the title track, a delicate and mysterious acoustic song which really was rather special. The remaining material wasn't quite as good but it showcased Humphries' lovely vocals, which were mostly accompanied by sparse instrumentation. Other highlights include good arrangements of the traditional numbers, She Moved Thro' The Fair and Nothing Special, which was also put out on 45.
    The second album is better overall. Tracks like Fool, Murdoch, Streets Of Derry and Sally Free And Easy showcase Humphries' gorgeous vocals and the instrumentation is fuller and more ambitious. Sally Free And Easy, probably the album's highlight, has a lovely piano intro and the final track, Sally On The Shore is well worth a listen.
    Clarke was subsequently a session player. Lyons and Eden both later played with Mr. Fox and Lyons went onto Five Hand Feel. Fleming later joined the J.S.D Band.
     
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    Badger ~ 1973 ~ One Live Badger
    genre: prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 40'55" size: 285 mb
     
    The band was co-founded by keyboardist Tony Kaye after he left Yes, with David Foster. Foster had been in The Warriors with Jon Anderson before Anderson co-founded Yes. Foster later worked with the band on Time and a Word. Kaye had worked on a solo project by Foster that was never released.
    The pair found drummer Roy Dyke, formerly of Ashton, Gardner & Dyke, and Dyke suggested Brian Parrish on guitar. The new band signed to Atlantic Records.
    Badger's first release was the live album, One Live Badger, co-produced by Jon Anderson and Geoffrey Haslam, and was taken from a show opening for Yes. In the progressive rock genre, five of the songs were co-written by the whole band, with a sixth by Parrish.
     
    1. "Wheel of Fortune" 7:50
    2. "Fountain" 7:22
    3. "Wind of Change" 7:15
    4. "River" 6:50
    5. "The Preacher" 3:59
    6. "On the Way Home" 7:39
     
    Dave Foster (bass guitar)
    Roy Dyke (drums) 
    Brian Parrish (guitar) 
    Tony Kaye (keyboards) 
    Martin Dean (photography)
     
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    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 37'05" size: 195 mb 
     
    Supernatural Fairy Tales is the only L.P. by Art, a re-named band formerly known as The V.I.P.'s. Their album is adventurous and quite unique British psychedelic rock. It's quite primitive in places, but utilises a wide range of instruments with plenty of sound effects and variety, although side two is a bit nondescript.
    The album contains mostly band compositions plus a cover of The Young Rascals' "Come on Up" and Buffalo Springfield's "For What It's Worth".
    All members of Art sooner or later met again in Spooky Tooth.
     
    1. "I Think I'm Going Weird" 3:21 
    2. "What's that Sound" 2:49
    3. "African Thing" 4:06
    4. "Room With a View" 3:40
    5. "Flying Anchors" 2:43
    6. "Supernatural Fairy Tale" 3:36
    7. "Love Is Real" 3:19
    8. "Come on Up" 3:01
    9. "Brothers, Dads and Mothers" 3:29
    10. "Talkin' to Myself" 1:41
    11. "Alive Not Dead" 2:14
    12. "Rome Take Away Three" 3:00
     
    Luther Grosvenor (guitars)
    Mike Harrison (vocals, keyboards)
    Mike Kellie (drums, percussion)
    Greg Ridley (bass, guitar)
     
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    the Allman Brothers Band ~ 1970 ~ Atlanta International Pop Festival
    genre: blues-rock
    country: us
    quality: mp3 (320k,covers)
    time: 1:19'54"+ 1:14'35" size: 357 mb 
     
    The second Atlanta International Pop Festival was a music festival held at the Middle Georgia Raceway in Byron, Georgia. Originally scheduled for July 3 to July 5, 1970, it did not finish until near dawn on the 6th. It was the only successor to the first Atlanta International Pop Festival 1969. The event was promoted by Alex Cooley, who had organised the same event the previous year, as well as the Texas International Pop Festival
    Like the Woodstock festival the previous summer, the event was promoted as "three days of peace, love and music." Tickets for the festival were priced at $14. Also like Woodstock, it became an "open event" when the promoter threw open the gates after crowds outside began to tear down the plywood fence that had been erected around the site. An estimated 350,000 to 500,000, and possibly 600,000 people attended.
     
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    Virus ~ 1973 ~ Remember
    genre: heavy prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 49'52"  size: 343 mb
    misc.: 2004
     
    01. "Everybody Knows That I´ve Got That Feeling" 4:06
    02. "This Is No Anarcy" 4:46
    03. "Remember" 5:25
    04. "Rock´n´ Roll" 3:41
    05. "In Any Way" 5:02
    06. "Settle Down" 4:01
    07. "Living In The Country" 7:28
    08. "King Heroin" 5:14
    09. "Woods Fun" 10:08
     
    Jörg-Dieter Krahe / keyboards
    Jürgen Schäfer / vocals, bass
    Werner Vogt / vocals, bass
    Reinhard Iffländer / guitar
    Jürgen Dose / saxophone
    Axel Nieling / percussion
    Wolfgang Rieke / drums
     
    Views: 1616 | Date: 02.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (2)


    Virus ~ 1971 ~ Thoughts
    genre: heavy prog
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'59"  size: 269 mb
    misc.: 1997
     
    01. "King Heroin" 5:39
    02. "Mankind" 5:01
    03. "Theme" 0:24
    04. "Old Time Movie" 4:15
    05. "Butterflies" 4:28
    06. "Take your Thoughts" 6:11
    07. "Sittin' and Smokin'" 2:58
    08. "Going On" 4:34
    09. "Deeds of the Past" 2:14
    10. "My Stand-Eyed Girl" 4:14
     
    Jörg-Dieter Krahe / keyboards 
    Bernd Rosner / guitars 
    Werner Vogt / vocals, bass, guitar 
    Jürgen Schäfer / vocals, bass 
    Wolfgang Rieke / drums 
    Axel Nieling / percussion, drums

     
    Views: 2143 | Date: 02.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (2)


    Virus ~ 1970 ~ Revelation
    genre: heavy prog
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 48'18"  size: 272 mb
    misc.: 1996
     
    Cosmic Dreams:
    With Revelation, the young heavy psychedelic rock group Virus produced one of best early progressive albums in Germany - indeed it was a revelation! Their style was strongly influenced by Pink Floyd (David Gilmour) and Deep Purple (Ian Lord). The album had five long tracks. The title track included an instrumental classical adaptation of the Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black". Their instrumental work was even better on the 12 minute "Endless Game". The varied album also had a more hard rocking track named "Burning Candle". Finally "Nur Noch Zwei Lichtjahre" guided the listener into deep space, much like a mellow and matured "Interstellar Overdrive". The album was recorded in Star Studios, Hamburg and produced by none other than Konrad Plank. Virus were Werner Monka, Jorg-Dieter Krahe, Bernd "Molle" Hohmann, Reinhold Spiegelfeld and Wolfgang Rieke. The nickname "Molle" on the sleeve of Revelation was mistakenly connected to Werner Monka.
    For Thoughts (1971), both Virus' sound and the band itself had changed considerably. Only Krahe and Rieke were left from the original group. Bernd Hohmann had left for Weed. Gone were the psychedelic space-rock and long instrumental workouts. Virus now played a more mainstream, rough and heavy blues-rock, not at all bad, but clearly inferior to their debut. They also contributed to the great Pilz album Heavy Christmas (1971), before vanishing from the scene...
     
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    Group 1850 ~ 1974 ~ Polyandri

    genre: psych
    country: netherlands
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 38'53"  size: 243 mb
    misc.: 2006

    01 - Jojo 1:35
    02 - Between Eighteen And Fifty Part- 1850 2:54
    03 - Flower Garden 0:32
    04 - Thousand Years Before 4:34
    05 - Starfighter 2:28
    06 - Silver Earring 4:10
    07 - Patience 2:47
    08 - U.S.S.R. Gossip 5:02
    09 - Cages 5:21
    10 - Avant Les Pericles 6:17
    11 - Pumping Up The Rubber Trees 3:13

    Peter Sjardin - vocals, organ, flute
    Dave Duba - guitars
    Dolf Geldof - bass
    Martin van Duynhoven - drums
    Paul van Wageningen - drums
     
    With:
    Neppy Noya - congas
    Barry Hay - flute
    Hans Dulfer - sax
    Leo Bennick - guitar
    Frank van der Kloot - guitar

    see also: 1969 - Paradise Now

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    Views: 1761 | Date: 02.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (1)


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