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    Main » 2010 » October » 13



    genre: pub, country
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'10"  size: 272 mb

    "It's Been So Long" (Ian Gomm) – 2:07
    "Happy Doing What We're Doing" (Lowe, Bob Andrews) – 4:43
    "Surrender to the Rhythm" – 3:25
    "Don't Lose Your Grip On Love" – 4:24
    "Nervous On The Road (But Can't Stay At Home)" – 4:58
    "Feel A Little Funky" – 5:09
    "I Like It Like That" (Chris Kenner, Allen Toussaint) – 3:06
    "Brand New You, Brand New Me" – 4:39
    "Home In My Hand" (Ronnie Self) – 2:56
    "Why, Why, Why, Why, Why" – 3:49

    All tracks composed by Nick Lowe; except where indicated

    Brinsley Schwarz - Guitar, alto and tenor sax, vocals
    Ian Gomm - Guitars, vocals
    Billy Rankin - drums
    Bob Andrews - Keyboards, alto sax, vocals
    Nick Lowe - Bass guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals

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    Brinsley Schwarz ~ 1970 ~ Brinsley Schwarz + 1970 ~ Despite It All
    genre: pub (country, folk)
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:18'28"  size: 424 mb
     
    Tapestry of Delights:

    This group was an important part of the 'pub-rock' phenomenon in Britain in the seventies - Andrews, Lowe and Schwarz had all previously been with Kippington Lodge, a harmony band that Mark Wirtz had signed up to EMI's Parlophone label in the mid-sixties.

    As is well known now the band were subjected to one of the biggest hypes in rock history - a planeload of music journalists were flown across the Atlantic to see their debut at New York's Fillmore East, but were unimpressed with the then unknown band. The inevitable press slagging did the band irreparable damage, although their debut album, an amalgam of 'heavy' blues and harmony folk-rock, had its moments. Despite It All showed promise too, but failed to undo the damage done by all the earlier 'hype'.

    After the second album Ian Gomm was added providing a fuller guitar sound and the band reacted against all the 'hype' of their early days by becoming as anti-commercial as possible, accepting a residency at the Tally Ho in London's Kentish Town in the Summer of 1972. Their next album, Silver Pistol, was very laid back, almost mellow. Over the next 2½ years they were at the forefront of the 'pub rock' scene and helped to bring it to the attention of the music press and a wider audience. Nick Lowe blossomed as a songwriter and they made a number musically diverse albums which won critical acclaim but failed to sell. This eventually led them to split after a Marquee gig on 18 March 1975. ...

    After their demise Nick Lowe and Ian Gomm both became solo artists. Bob Andrews and Brinsley Schwarz resurfaced in Graham Parker and The Rumour and Billy Rankin joined fellow pub-rockers Ducks Deluxe.

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    America ~ 1975 ~ History
    genre: folk
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, no scans)
    time: 38'22"  size: 212 mb
    misc.: compil.
     
    Wiki:
    The first seven tracks of the album, having been recorded prior to producer George Martin's involvement with the group, were remixed by Martin for this release. For example, Martin added a layer of fiddles to "Don't Cross The River." Additionally, on this album's version of "A Horse With No Name," a voice can briefly be heard about two minutes into the track. And for this album's version of "I Need You", some additional bass was brought up further, while the pitch was slowed down a quartertone.
     
    Side 1
    "A Horse With No Name" (Dewey Bunnell)
    "I Need You" (Gerry Beckley)
    "Sandman" (Bunnell)
    "Ventura Highway" (Bunnell)
    "Don't Cross The River" (Dan Peek)
    "Only in Your Heart" (Beckley)
    Side 2
    "Muskrat Love" (Willis Alan Ramsey)
    "Tin Man" (Bunnell)
    "Lonely People" (Catherine Peek, Dan Peek)
    "Sister Golden Hair" (Beckley)
    "Daisy Jane" (Beckley)
    "Woman Tonight" (Peek)
     
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    America ~ 1971 ~ America
    genre: folk
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 46'44"  size: 275 mb
     
     
    "Riverside" – (Dewey Bunnell) 3:03
    "Sandman" – (Bunnell) 4:08
    "Three Roses" – (Bunnell) 3:54
    "Children" – (Bunnell) 3:07
    "A Horse with No Name" – (Bunnell) 4:10
    "Here" – (Gerry Beckley) 5:30
    "I Need You" – (Beckley) 3:05
    "Rainy Day" – (Dan Peek) 2:55
    "Never Found the Time" – (Peek) 3:50
    "Clarice" – (Beckley) 4:01
    "Donkey Jaw" – (Peek) 5:17
    "Pigeon Song" – (Bunnell) 2:18
     
    Gerry Beckley – Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Chimes, Piano
    Dewey Bunnell – Vocals, Guitars
    Dan Peek – Vocals, Guitars, Piano, Bass
    Dave Atwood - Drums
    Ray Cooper - Percussion
    Kim Haworth - Drums
    David Lindley - Electric guitar
     
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    genre: blues
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(192k,covers)
    time: 1:06'21" size: 79 mb 


    Love Is is a double album by Eric Burdon and The Animals which was released in 1968 in both the United Kingdom and United States. It was the last album released before The Animals' second dissolution in 1969.
    This album captured the only studio work of Animal and future Police guitarist Andy Summers; he later wrote that this recording of Traffic's "Coloured Rain" contained "one of the longest guitar solos ever recorded until this point ... a 'soaring hymn to ecstacy' style solo that is so long that I find it impossible to play in a full trance state and still come out at the right place, so Zoot [Money] stands in the studio, counting the whole way, and at bar 189 he gives me the cue out." Supposedly this solo earned Summers a "slight legendary reputation."

    1. River Deep, Mountain High 7:23
    2. I'm an Animal 5:34
    3. I'm Dying (Or Am I?) 4:28
    4. Ring of Fire 4:58
    5. Coloured Rain 9:38
    6. To Love Somebody 6:55
    7. As the Years Go Passing By 10:13
    8. Gemini 11:50
    9. The Madman (Running Through the Fields) 5:24

    Eric Burdon (vocals)
    John Weider (vocals, guitar)
    Zoot Money (vocals, piano, organ, bass)
    Andy Summers (guitar)
    Barry Jenkins (drums)

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    genre: blues
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(160k,covers)
    time: 1:06'21" size: 59 mb 

    Ark is a reunion album released in 1983 by the original members of The Animals. It was the second, and last, reunion attempt of the original group.

    1. Loose Change 3:01
    2. Love Is for All Time 4:23
    3. My Favourite Enemy 3:46
    4. Prisoner of the Light 4:09
    5. Being There 3:29
    6. Hard Times 2:55
    7. The Night 3:55
    8. Trying To Get You 4:16
    9. Just Can't Enough 3:54
    10. Melt Down 3:08
    11. Gotta Get Back to You 2:42
    12. Crystal Nights 4:12
    13. No John No 4:18

    Eric Burdon (vocals)
    Hilton Valentine (guitar)
    Alan Price (keyboards, background vocals)
    Chas Chandler (bass, background vocals)
    John Steel (drums)

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    genre: blues
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(160k,covers)
    time: 43'58" size: 59 mb 

    Winds of Change is an album released in 1967 by Eric Burdon & The Animals.
    The original band, The Animals, broke up in 1966 and this band was entirely new except for lead singer Eric Burdon and drummer Barry Jenkins, who joined the original lineup when John Steel left in February 1966. With the new band, featuring guitarist Vic Briggs, bassist Danny McCulloch and electric violinist John Weider, Burdon began to transition from the gritty blues sound of the original mid-1960s group and moved into the psychedelic era of music.
    The album opened with the sound of waves washing over the title track, "Winds of Change". "Poem by the Sea" is a spoken-word piece by Burdon with a swirl of echo-drenched instruments. "Good Times" and "San Franciscan Nights" were two of the most popular tracks, with the latter breaking into the Top 10 in 1967. Burdon was a fan and friend of Jimi Hendrix and wrote the fifth track as an answer song to Hendrix's "Are You Experienced?" from earlier that year.

    1. Winds of Change 4:00
    2. Poem by the Sea 2:15
    3. Paint It, Black 6:00
    4. The Black Plague 6:05
    5. Yes I Am Experienced 3:40
    6. San Franciscan Nights 3:24
    7. Man - Woman 5:25
    8. Hotel Hell 4:53
    9. Good Times 2:50
    10. Anything 3:20
    11. It's All Meat 2:05

    Eric Burdon (vocals)
    Vic Briggs (guitar, piano)
    Danny McCulloch (bass)
    John Weider (bass, guitar, violin)
    Barry Jenkins (drums)



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    genre: blues
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(192k,covers)
    time: 36'25" size: 50 mb 

    Animalisms is the third British album by British group The Animals. It has a track listing generally similar to the American version Animalization that would be released two months later.
    A 1996 British CD reissue of the album combined Animalisms, Animalization, and a 1963 independent EP cut as The Alan Price Rhythm and Blues Combo, all under a different cover.
    Animalisms peaked at # 4 in the UK album chart in June 1966.

    1. One Monkey Don't Stop No Show 3:18
    2. Maudie 4:01
    3. Outcast 3:02
    4. Sweet Little Sixteen 3:05
    5. You're On My Mind 2:52
    6. Clapping 1:18
    7. Gin House Blues 4:36
    8. Squeeze Her, Tease Her 2:57
    9. What Am I Living For 3:11
    10. I Put a Spell on You 2:54
    11. That's All I Am to You 2:22
    12. She'll Return It 2:40


    Eric Burdon (vocals)
    Hilton Valentine (guitar)
    Dave Rowberry (keyboards)
    Chas Chandler (bass)
    Barry Jenkins (drums)


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    genre: blues
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers)
    time: 32'42" size: 143 mb 
     
    Animal Tracks is the second British album by The Animals. This album was released in 1965. The album reached #6 on the UK charts. An identically titled album with a different track listing was released in America the same year.
     
    1. Mess Around 2:23
    2. How You've Changed 3:15
    3. Hallelujah I Love Her So 2:49
    4. I Believe to My Soul 3:28
    5. Worried Life Blues 4:16
    6. Roberta 2:07
    7. I Ain't Got You 2:32
    8. Bright Lights, Big City 2:57
    9. Let the Good Times Roll 1:57
    10. For Miss Caulker 4:02
    11. Roadrunner 2:49
     
    Eric Burdon (vocals)
    Hilton Valentine (guitar)
    Mick Gallagher (keyboards)
    Chas Chandler (bass)
    John Steel (drums)
     
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    the Animals ~ 1964 ~ The Animals
    genre: blues
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(160k,covers)
    time: 42'47" size: 50 mb 

    The Animals is the Animals' UK debut album, released in 1964. It differed in contents from the group's U.S. debut album, the identically-titled The Animals.

    1. Story of Bo Diddley 5:43
    2. Bury My Body 2:50
    3. Dimples 3:17
    4. I've Been Around 1:37
    5. I'm In Love Again 3:01
    6. The Girl Can't Help It 2:22
    7. I'm Mad Again 4:15
    8. She Said Yeah 2:19
    9. Night Time is the Right Time 3:45
    10. Memphis Tennessee 3:05
    11. Boom Boom 3:19
    12. Around and Around 2:45
    13. House Of The Rising Sun 4:29

    Eric Burdon (vocals)
    Hilton Valentine (guitar)
    Alan Price (keyboards)
    Chas Chandler (bass)
    John Steel (drums)



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