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    Main » 2010 » October » 08



    Ars Nova ~ 1969 ~ Sunshine and Shadows
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac separate, covers)
    time: 39'08"  size: 271 mb
    misc.: 2005

    01. "Sunshine & Shadows" 3:11
    02. "I Was Once" 3:01
    03. "Temporary Serenade" 3:05
    04. "She Promises Everything" 3:23
    05. "Well, Well, Well" 3:01
    06. "You Had Better Listen" 4:09
    07. "Round Once Again" 3:23
    08. "Walk On The Sand" 6:27
    09. "Rubbish" 3:34
    10. "Please Don't Go" 5:54

    Wyatt Day (guitar),
    John Pierson (vocals, bass, trombone),
    Sam Brown (guitar),
    Jimmy Owens (trumpet, cornet),
    Art Koenig (bass),
    Maury Baker (drums)
    Jo Hunt (drums)

    Views: 1938 | Date: 08.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    Ars Nova ~ 1968 ~ Ars Nova
    genre: psych, prog
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac separate, alien lp covers)
    time: 34'46"  size: 239 mb
    misc.: 2004 Sun


    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    "In a sometimes almost desperate search to elevate the standard of rock, many groups shared the desire to marry their music with classical compositions. Ars Nova succeed better than most in making a convincing attempt, since their brand of cross-over incorporates not only baroque instrumentation in a psychedelic environment, but also baroque composition techniques as fugas, chorales and pavanes, often scored for brass and guitar. On their first album, produced by Paul Rothschild and Arthur Gorson, they also write lovely tunes and the whole album does, surprisingly enough, not become as pretentious as it could have been, the name of the band notwithstanding. Two of the tracks even get covered (Fields Of People by The Move and I Wrapped Her ln Ribbons by Galliard, both U.K. bands!). Other highlights include March Of The Mad Duke's Circus, with vaguely renaissance-like harmonies and General Clover Ends A War, a bitter and driven satire on military affairs. Most tracks were penned by Wyatt Day, sometimes helped by Jon Pierson. Greg Copeland, a young songwriter also working with Steve Noonan and Jackson Browne, wrote the lyrics of four songs.

    The formation changed after the first album and among the departing members, Maury Baker went on to play on Tim Buckley'sStarsailorJanis Joplin's Kosmic Blues and Augie Meyer's Head Music albums. Bill Folwell guested on the second Insect Trust album and Jonathan Raskin appeared on Tom Rush's Circle Game.

    ... Read more »

    Views: 2853 | Date: 08.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (5)


    Wayne Fontana and The Mindbenders ~ 1964 ~ Wayne Fontana and The Mindbenders + 1965 ~ It's Wayne
    genre: beat
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:16'18"  size: 295 mb
    misc.: 2001
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    Wayne Fontana (whose real name was Glyn Ellis) formed his first outfit, The Jets, a semi-professional combo that worked the Manchester club circuit, whilst working as a telephone engineer. Prior to this he'd played in a school skiffle group, The Velfins. Their first break came when this rough and ready group were spotted playing at Manchester's Oasis Club by Fontana Records talent scout Jack Baverstock. However, at the sound check only Wayne and drummer Rick Rothwell had shown up and they'd had to frantically recruit a couple of substitutes, bassist Robert Land and guitarist Eric Stewart, to complete the band. Basically, the band were competent musicians though a little short on imagination. Fontana decided to name his new backing group The Mindbenders after a psychological horror movie playing at his local cinema.
    Predictably they made their vinyl debut with a series of cover versions. First off was their revival of Fats Domino's Hello Josephine, which scraped into the lower reaches of the Top 50. Their next two discs, For You, For You and Little Darlin', failed to capitalise on their limited early success, and it wasn't until their cover of Ben E. King's Stop Look And Listen that they enjoyed some further modest Chart success.
    Views: 2248 | Date: 08.10.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (3)


    Flower Travellin' Band ~ 1971 ~ Satori + 1972 ~ Made in Japan
    genre: psych
    country: japan
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:17'18"  size: 470 mb
    misc.: 2005
     
    '71:
    1. "Satori, Pt. 1"   5:25
    2. "Satori, Pt. 2"   7:06
    3. "Satori, Pt. 3"   10:44
    4. "Satori, Pt. 4"   11:01
    5. "Satori, Pt. 5"   7:58
     
    Joe Yamanaka – vocals, harmonica
    Hideki Ishima – guitar
    Jun Kozuki – bass guitar, guitar
    Joji "George" Wada – drums
     
    '72:
    06. "Introduction" 0:25
    07. "Unaware" 5:52
    08. "Aw Give Me Air" 3:21
    09. "Kamikaze" 4:17
    10. "Hiroshima" 5:14
    11. "Spasms" 5:24
    12. "Heaven And Hell" 3:51
    13. "That's All" 6:39
     
    Vocals - Joe Yamanaka
    Guitar, Sitar - Hideki Ishima
    Bass - Jun Kozuki
    Drums - George Wada* , Paul Delon
     
    Views: 2030 | Date: 08.10.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (2)


    Flower Travellin' Band ~ 1970 ~ Anywhere
    genre: psych
    country: japan
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 47'41"  size: 278 mb
    misc.: 2006


    "Anywhere" (0:52)
    "Louisiana Blues" (15:49) (Muddy Waters)
    "Black Sabbath" (8:53) (Black Sabbath)
    "House Of The Rising Sun" (7:41)
    "21st Century Schizoid Man" (13:25) (King Crimson)
    "Anywhere" (0:57)

    Vocals, Harmonica - Joe Yamanaka
    Guitar - Hideki Ishima
    Bass - Jun Kozuki
    Drums - Joji Wada


    Views: 1758 | Date: 08.10.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (2)


    Floating Bridge ~ 1969 ~ Floating Bridge
    genre: heavy
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 41'25"  size: 287 mb
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    This Seattle outfit included Dangel from The Wailers and Johnansen later went onto play with Little Bill and the Blue Notes. Their album is guitar oriented and largely blues-based. It lacks consistency, but their medley of Eight Miles High/Paint It Black shows them at their most inventive. Liberty included the best track Don't Mean A Thing on their compilation album Son Of Gutbucket and it can also be found on Nuggets, Vol. 8. ~ (Vernon Joynson / Tom Whiting / Stephane Rebeschini)

    01. "Crackshot" 7:02
    02. "Hey Jude" 6:17
    03. "Watch Your Step" 4:03
    04. "Three Minute & Ten Second Blues" 3:13
    05. "Brought Up Wrong" 3:49
    06. "Medley: Eight Miles High/Paint it Black" 5:46
    07. "You've Got The Power" 3:41
    08. "Gonna' Lay Down 'n Die (Slow Blues)" 7:33

    RICK DANGEL ld gtrs
    JO JOHNANSEN ld gtrs
    MICHAEL MARINELLI drms
    JOE JOHNSON bs
    PAT GOSSAN keyb'd

    Views: 1763 | Date: 08.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    Fleetwood Mac ~ 1973 ~ Penguin
    genre: soft
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 36'40"  size: 226 mb

    "Remember Me" (Christine McVie) – 2:41
    "Bright Fire" (Bob Welch) – 4:31
    "Dissatisfied" (C. McVie) – 3:41
    "(I'm A) Road Runner" (Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Edward Holland, Jr.) – 4:52
    "The Derelict" (Dave Walker) – 2:43
    "Revelation" (Welch) – 4:55
    "Did You Ever Love Me" (C. McVie, Welch) – 3:39
    "Night Watch" (Welch) – 6:09
    "Caught in the Rain" (Bob Weston) – 2:35

    Bob Welch – guitar, vocals
    Bob Weston – lead guitar on track 6, slide guitar on track 1, background harmonies on track 7
    Christine McVie – keyboards, vocals
    Dave Walker – vocals on tracks 4 and 5, harmonica on track 4
    John McVie – bass guitar
    Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion

    Additional Personnel:
    Steve Nye – organ on track 8, steel drums on track 7
    Ralph Richardson – percussion
    Russell Valdez – percussion
    Fred Totesant – percussion
    Peter Green – additional lead guitar on track 8 (uncredited)

    Views: 2133 | Date: 08.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Fleetwood Mac ~ 1973 ~ Mistery to Me
    genre: rock'n'pop
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 48'11"  size: 318 mb

    "Emerald Eyes" (Bob Welch) – 3:37
    "Believe Me" (Christine McVie) – 4:06
    "Just Crazy Love" (C. McVie) – 3:22
    "Hypnotized" (Welch) – 4:48
    "Forever" (Bob Weston, John McVie, Welch) – 4:04
    "Keep on Going" (Welch) – 4:04
    "The City" (Welch) – 3:35
    "Miles Away" (Welch) – 3:47
    "Somebody" (Welch) – 5:00
    "The Way I Feel" (C. McVie) – 2:46
    "For Your Love" (Graham Gouldman) – 3:44
    "Why" (C. McVie) – 4:56

    Bob Welch – electric guitar, acoustic guitar, lead and backing vocals
    Bob Weston – electric guitar, slide guitar, acoustic guitar, backing vocals
    Christine McVie – keyboards, lead and backing vocals
    John McVie – bass guitar
    Mick Fleetwood – drums, percussion

    Additional personnel:
    Richard Hewson – string arrangements

    Views: 1294 | Date: 08.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


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