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    Main » 2010 » October » 05



    the Doors ~ 1969 ~ The Soft Parade
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, scans)
    time: 53'45"  size: 389 mb
    misc.: from '06 box

    Side one
    "Tell All the People" (Robby Krieger) – 3:23
    "Touch Me" (Krieger) – 3:12
    "Shaman's Blues" (Jim Morrison) – 4:49
    "Do It" (Morrison, Krieger) – 3:08
    "Easy Ride" (Morrison) – 2:41
    Side two
    "Wild Child" (Morrison) – 2:38
    "Runnin' Blue" (Krieger) – 2:33
    "Wishful Sinful" (Krieger) – 3:02
    "The Soft Parade" (Morrison) – 8:37
    bonus tracks:
    "Who Scared You" – 3:58
    "Whiskey, Mystics and Men" (Version 1) – 2:28
    "Whiskey, Mystics and Men" (Version 2) – 3:04
    "Push Push" – 6:05 Previously unreleased Doors jam
    "Touch Me" (Dialogue) – 0:28
    "Touch Me" (Take 3) – 3:40

    Jim Morrison – vocals
    Ray Manzarek – piano, Gibson G-101 organ, Hammond organ on Wild Child and The Soft Parade
    Robby Krieger – guitar, chorus vocal on Runnin' Blue
    John Densmore – drums

    with:
    Curtis Amy – sax solos (track 2)
    Reinol Andino – conga
    George Bohanan – trombone solo
    Harvey Brooks – bass (tracks 1, 2, 6, 8)
    Jimmy Buchanan – fiddle (track 7)
    Doug Lubahn[2] – bass
    Jesse McReynolds – mandolin
    Champ Webb – English horn solo
    Paul Harris – orchestral arrangements (tracks 1, 2 ,6 8)

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    the Doors ~ 1967 ~ Strange Days
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 40'35"  size: 317 mb
    misc.: from '06 box

    Side one
    "Strange Days" – 3:11
    "You're Lost Little Girl" – 3:03
    "Love Me Two Times" – 3:18
    "Unhappy Girl" – 2:02
    "Horse Latitudes" – 1:37
    "Moonlight Drive" – 3:05
    Side two
    "People Are Strange" – 2:13
    "My Eyes Have Seen You" – 2:32
    "I Can't See Your Face in My Mind" – 3:26
    "When the Music's Over" – 10:58
    bonus tracks:
    "People Are Strange" (False Starts & Dialogue) – 1:57
    "Love Me Two Times" (Take 3) – 3:19

    Jim Morrison – vocals
    Ray Manzarek – Vox Continental organ, clavinet (on Love Me Two Times), marimba, Fender Rhodes, keyboard bass on track 5.
    Robby Krieger – guitars
    John Densmore – drums
    with
    Douglas Lubahn – bass on tracks 1-4 & 6-9

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    the Doors ~ 1972 ~ Fool Circle
    genre: funk, blues
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 40'40"  size: 235 mb
    misc.: 1999

    Side one
    "Get Up and Dance" (Krieger, Manzarek) – 2:26
    "4 Billion Souls" (Krieger) – 3:18
    "Verdilac" (Krieger, Manzarek) – 5:40
    "Hardwood Floor" (Krieger) – 3:38
    "Good Rockin" (Roy Brown) – 4:22
    Side two
    "The Mosquito" (Densmore, Krieger, Manzarek) – 5:16
    "The Piano Bird" (Conrad, Densmore) – 5:50
    "It Slipped My Mind" (Krieger) – 3:11
    "The Peking King and the New York Queen" (Manzarek) – 6:25

    Robby Krieger - guitar, lead vocals, harmonica
    Ray Manzarek - keyboards, lead vocals, keyboard bass
    John Densmore - drums

    Additional personnel :
    Chico Batera - percussion on "Piano Bird" and "The Peking King and the New York Queen"
    Jack Conrad - bass on "4 Billion Souls", "Good Rockin", "The Piano Bird" and "The Peking King and the New York Queen"
    Chris Ethridge - bass on "Get Up and Dance"
    Venetta Fields - vocals
    Bobbye Hall - percussion on "Verdilac", "The Piano Bird" and "The Peking King and the New York Queen"
    Clydie King - vocals
    Charles Larkey - bass on "Verdilac" and "The Piano Bird"
    Charles Lloyd - tenor saxophone on "Verdilac"; flute on "The Piano Bird"
    Melissa MacKay - vocals
    Leland Sklar - bass on "Hardwood Floor", "The Mosquito" and "It Slipped My Mind"

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    the Doors ~ 1971 ~ Other Voices
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'48"  size: 245 mb
    misc.: 1999

    Side one
    "In the Eye of the Sun" (Ray Manzarek) – 4:48
    "Variety Is the Spice of Life" (Robby Krieger) – 2:50
    "Ships w/Sails" (Robby Krieger/John Densmore) – 7:38
    "Tightrope Ride" (Ray Manzarek/Robby Krieger) – 4:15
    Side two
    "Down on the Farm" (Robby Krieger) – 4:15
    "I'm Horny, I'm Stoned" (Robby Krieger) – 3:55
    "Wandering Musician" (Robby Krieger) – 6:25
    "Hang On to Your Life" (Ray Manzarek/Robby Krieger) – 5:36

    John Densmore – drums
    Robby Krieger – guitar, vocals, harmonica
    Ray Manzarek – keyboards, vocals, keyboard bass

    Additional personnel :
    Jack Conrad – bass on "In the Eye of the Sun", "Variety Is the Spice of Life" and "Tightrope Ride"
    Jerry Scheff – bass on "Down On The Farm", "I'm Horny, I'm Stoned" and "Wandering Musician"
    Wolfgang Melz – bass on "Hang on to Your Life"
    Ray Neapolitan – bass on "Ships w/Sails"
    Willie Ruff – acoustic bass on "Ships w/Sails"
    Francisco Aguabella – percussion on "Ships w/Sails" and "Hang on to Your Life"
    Emil Richards – marimba, kickshaws and whimwhams on "Down on the Farm"

    also:

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    Donovan ~ 1965 ~ Fairytale
    genre: folk
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 56'40"  size: 336 mb
    misc.: 1999

    01. "Universal Soldier [Mono]" 2:17 *
    02. "I'll Try for the Sun [Mono]" 3:40
    03. "Sunny Goodge Street" 2:57
    04. "Colours" 2:47
    05. "Circus of Sour" 1:52
    06. "The Summer Day Reflection Song" 2:14
    07. "Candy Man" 3:28
    08. "Jersey Thursday" 2:15
    09. "Belated Forgiveness Plea" 2:58
    10. "The Ballad of a Crystal Man" 3:53
    11. "The Little Tin Soldier" 3:01
    12. "The Ballad of Geraldine" 4:42
    13. "Oh Deed I Do" 2:08
    14. "Do You Hear Me Now [Mono]" 1:51 *
    15. "The War Drags On [Mono]" 3:44 *
    16. "The Ballad of a Crystal Man (edit) [Mono]" 3:19 *
    17. "Turquoise [Mono]" 3:34 *
    18. "Hey Gyp (Dig the Slowness) [Mono]" 3:14 *
    19. "Colours [Mono]" 2:46 *

    * - bonus tracks

    Skip Alan – drums
    Donovan – banjo, guitar, harmonica, vocals
    Brian Locking – bass
    Harold McNair – flute
    Shawn Phillips – guitar, 12 string guitar

    also:

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    the Traveling Wilburys ~ 1988 ~ Vol.1
    genre: rockabilly, country
    country: uk/us
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, scans)
    time: 36'22"  size: 283 mb
    misc.: japan


    01. "Handle With Care" 3:20
    02. "Dirty World" 3:29
    03. "Rattled" 2:59
    04. "Last Night" 3:51
    05. "Not Alone Any More" 3:25
    06. "Congratulations" 3:30
    07. "Heading For The Light" 3:37
    08. "Margarita" 3:16
    09. "Tweeter And The Monkey Man" 5:28
    10. "End Of The Line" 3:27

    Otis Wilbury (Jeff Lynne) – keyboards, guitars, lead & backing vocals
    Nelson Wilbury (George Harrison) – guitars, lead & backing vocals
    Charlie T. Wilbury Jr (Tom Petty) – acoustic guitar, bass guitar, lead & backing vocals
    Lefty Wilbury (Roy Orbison) – acoustic guitar, lead & backing vocals
    Lucky Wilbury (Bob Dylan) – acoustic guitar, harmonica, lead & backing vocals
    Additional personnel:
    Buster Sidebury (Jim Keltner) – drums
    Jim Horn – saxophones
    Ray Cooper – percussion
    Ian Wallace – tom toms on "Handle with Care"

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    Traffic ~ 1970 ~ John Barleycorn Must Die
    genre: prog related, fusion
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 59'57"  size: 381 mb
    misc.: remaster

    01. Glad 7:00
    02. Freedom Rider 5:30
    03. Empty Pages 4:35
    04. I Just Want You To Know 1:31
    05. Stranger To Himself 3:57
    06. John Barleycorn (Must Die) 6:27
    07. Every Mothers Son 7:08
    bonus:
    08. Sittin' Here Thinkin' Of My Love 3:33
    09. Backstage & Introduction 1:50
    10. Who Knows What Tomorrow Will Bring (Live) 6:56
    11. Glad (Live) 11:30

    Jim Capaldi / drums, percussion, vocals 
    Steve Winwood / guitar, organ, piano, percussion, vocals
    Chris Wood / saxophone, flute, organ, electric saxophone, percussion

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    Traffic ~ 1968 ~ Traffic
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 40'42"  size: 275 mb


    01. You Can All Join In 3:39
    02. Pearly Queen 4:20
    03. Don't Be Sad 3:23
    04. Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring 3:14
    05. Feelin' Alright 4:18
    06. Vagabond Virgin 5:23
    07. Forty Thousand Headmen 3:15
    08. Cryin' To Be Heard 5:13
    09. No Time To Live 5:18
    10. Means To An End 2:38

    Dave Mason / vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica
    Steve Winwood / vocals, guitar, piano, harpsichord, organ, bass
    Jim Capldi / vocals, drums, percussion
    Chris Wood / flute, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, bass, percussion, bells

    also:

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    Tractor ~ 1972 ~ Tractor
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:00'53"  size: 371 mb

    Tapestry of Delights:
    This progressive duo were previously known as The Way We Live and came from Rochdale.

    The album, which is now sought-after by collectors, is recommended. It's a nice mix of acoustic ballads and heavier material, but it's the latter that really catches the ear. The opening cut, All Ends Up, begins with strange sound effects which give way to a heavy futuristic sound, which is undoubtedly one of the album's highlights along with the finale, Make The Journey, which again features distorted guitars and wild drums. Sandwiched in between are more complex heavy progressive cuts like Little Girl In Yellow and acoustic ballads likeThe Watcher, spoilt only by the throwaway, Ravenscroft 13 Bar Boogie.

    The Repertoire reissue comes with the original artwork, an annotated booklet and a picture disc CD which contains three bonus tracks from 1973. The Sunflower release is a collection of previously unissued and rare material dating from 1971-91. Its highlight is Peterloo, a 21-minute cut in five movements, detailing the events of the 1819 massacre. The World Wide Records' CD will mainly interest archivists and Tractor fanatics due to the inclusion of a number of pre-album demos of which the Eastern-tinged Siderial, the inventive acoustic number, Madrigel, and the fuzzy Willow seem the pick.

    They reformed to record 45s in the late seventies and early eighties, one under the moniker Jim Milne and Tractor.

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    Ton Steine Scherben ~ 1972 ~ Keine Macht für Niemand
    genre: kraut
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:02'30"  size: 457 mb
    misc.: 2006

    Crack in the Cosmic Egg:

    Mentors of the cliché "agit-rock", Ton Steine Scherben (Sound Of Stones Breaking Glass) took their roots from American 1960's punk like the Velvet Underground and The Stooges, added a touch of heavy blues and a strong dose of German angst. Presenting their raw aggressive rock frequently at free festivals in the late-1960's, none of the German labels would touch them.

    WARUM GEHT ES MIR SO DRECKIG? was privately issued and contains some of the most anguished, lyrically venomous, raw rock to come out of Germany. Toning down their act a little, KEINE MACHT FÜR NIEMAND put them on a more accessible footing, less intense it also included a few excellent more experimental tracks showing that they could do much more than insult or aurally assault people, they could produce high quality rock too.

    Ever trying to move further, both musically and lyrically, they kept coming on in leaps and bounds, taking both the music press and their audience by surprise. Their finest moment, as far as we are concerned, was their second double, the really ambitious WENN DIE NACHT AM TIEFSTEN, which saw them develop on an even more progressive level, with heavy rock and psychedelic touches, more Krautrock really, with diversions to Zappa-esque humour, and several experimental moments: most especially the long suite encompassing side 4.

    ... Read more »

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    Tømrerclaus ~ 1978 ~ Tømrerclaus
    genre: psych
    country: denmark
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 58'43"  size: 386 mb

    Scented Gardens of Mind:
    Claus Clement Pedersen, aka Tømrerclaus, decided to do something different to the usual rock guitarist routine and moved to Christiania (in Copenhagen) in 1975. This was a largely self-governed area that, since the late sixties, has been a refuge for hippies, artists and various freaks. The result was a privately recorded and released album and two cassettes, Snydt (1977) and Hepar (1978). All of them contained hilarious tracks based on demented fuzz guitar and even some on fuzz cello (the album contained the best material, though)! The only comparisons might be Oliver's album Standing Stone, a British private release, or a brain damaged, one-man-band Jimi Hendrix. All lyrics were in Danish. Great fun and completely unpretentious!

    01 - Sorte Mand 4:44
    02 - NЖr SpindelvСvene Blomstrer 4:01
    03 - Forvalterdrengen 3:20
    04 - Prisen For At Ryge Cigar 3:25
    05 - Cellokarma 4:13
    06 - Kanibalerne Kommer 2:53
    07 - En Dag Da Jeg LЖ I Luften 3:17
    08 - Mr. Fantastic 2:01
    09 - Dauu 2:03
    10 - SЖdan Er Den Altid 3:49
    11 - Koda Er Nedtur 2:11
    12 - Jeg Vil Gerne Standses 3:02
    13 - Hepar 2:22
    14 - GrЫnbenet RЫrhЫne 2:37
    15 - HЫnserock 2:54
    16 - En Lille Stue 1:45
    17 - LЫvesang 3:54
    18 - Supersound 2:20
    19 - Gamle Skygger 1:36
    20 - Guitarstorm 2:16

    "Tømrerclaus" - electric & acoustic guitars, bowed fuzz cello, bass, vocals
    Boline - vocals

    Views: 1580 | Date: 05.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    Tomorrow ~ 1968 ~ Tomorrow
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 76:02  size: 460 mb
    misc.: 1999
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    Tomorrow was one of the leading psychedelic bands of the era. West, Howe and Wood had all earlier played with the In Crowd, a mid-sixties R&B group who released three singles, one of which, That's How Strong My Love Is, reached No 48 in May 1965. They changed their name to Tomorrow at the dawning of the psychedelic era in 1967. While playing with this band, West was working on the 'Teenage Opera' project with German producer Mark Wirtz. This was never actually completed, but two tracks from the projected album, Excerpt From A Teenage Opera and Sam, reached Nos 2 and 38 respectively in 1967. Meanwhile, neither of Tomorrow's singles - the fine psychedelic version of My White Bicycle and the psych-pop number Revolution broke through. Both were included on their album, composed largely of Hopkins/Burgess songs and produced by Mark Wirtz. Among the more interesting tracks on the album were The Journey Of Timothy Chase, Auntie Mary's Dress Shop, the Eastern-influenced Real Life Permanent Dream and a competent version of Lennon/McCartney's Strawberry Fields Forever. This group failed to survive the psychedelic era, but Howe went on to form Bodast and later to play with Yes. Twink, meanwhile joined Aquarian Age and then The Pretty Things. John Wood was also in Aquarian Age. He later found fortune, if not fame, working as a croupé in Mediterranean casinos. The band also appeared in 'Smashing Time', a movie which included Lynne Redgrave but don't perform any music, although they mimed to Skip Bifferty's. They once shared the stage with Jimi Hendrix at the UFO club in 1967.
     
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