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    Atomic Rooster ~ 1997 ~ The Devil's Answer
    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 48'12"  size: 304 mb
    misc.: compil.

    01. "Devil's Answer" 4:15
    02. "Oh She, Oh She's My Woman" 3:16
    03. "Tomorrow Night" 4:53
    04. "Play It Again" 3:15
    05. "Death Walks Behind You" 7:16
    06. "Lose Your Mind" 3:42
    07. "I Don't Need You Anymore" 3:49
    08. "He Did It Again" 4:05
    09. "Who's Looking For You" 3:07
    10. "The Show" 3:58
    11. "No Change By Me" 3:22
    12. "Hold It Through The Night" 3:13

    Views: 1533 | Date: 24.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Atomic Rooster ~ 2008 ~ Homework
    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 1:17'12"  size: 478 mb
    misc: JOHN DU CANN's unreleased solo album
     
    01. "The Dukes Theme" 3:25
    02. "Make Me Strong" 2:51
    03. "The Devil In Me" 4:14
    04. "Fool" 3:14
    05. "It Can Wait Another Day" 2:48
    06. "COD" 3:08
    07. "Mind Over Matter" 3:29
    08. "A Matter Of Time" 3:19
    09. "Cut The Wire" 6:31
    10. "X-MASS" 2:01
    11. "Open Up The Sky" 3:23
    12. "City Boy" 2:50
    13. "The Band Played On" 2:20
    14. "Different Words" 2:32
    15. "Leopard's Skin" 2:33
    16. "The Buck Stops Here" 1:42
    17. "Somebody's Looking After You" 4:31
    18. "Paly It Again" 3:13
    19. "Rebel With A Clause" 2:58
    20. "Devil's Answer (Live)" 4:11
    21. "End Of The Day" 3:29
    22. "Night Living" 3:39
    23. "Tomorrow Night (Live)" 4:51
     
    Tracks 1 to 17 recorded 1979 to 1981: 
    JOHN DU CANN all instruments and vocals
    under careful eye of PAUL HAMMOND who programmed all drum parts.
     
    Tracks 18 to 23 recorded 1981/2: 
    JOHN DU CANN - fender guitar and lead vocals, 
    VINCENT CRANE - Hammond organ and 
    PAUL HAMMOND - drums and percussion.
     
    Views: 1559 | Date: 24.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (2)


    Atomic Rooster ~ 1980 ~ Lose Your Mind
    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:04'57"  size:  mb
    misc.: 2001

    Rare studio recordings form the newly reformed 1980 Rooster line up. Tracks include a stunning live version of the Hit 'Devils Answer'. The bonus tracks include a German broadcast featuring Chris Farlowe and the original line up including Paul Hammond on drums.

    01. "Devils Answer" 4:06
    02. "When Do I Start To Live" 2:59
    03. "Play It Again" 3:14
    04. "Control Of You" 4:50
    05. "Lost In Space" 5:52
    06. "Looking For You" 3:07
    07. "Watch Out" 4:08
    08. "Tomorrow Night" 4:52
    09. "Living Underground" 3:39
    10. "The End Of The Day" 3:31
    11. "Loose Your Mind" 3:37
    12. "Hiding In The Shadows" 6:56
    13. "Save Me" 4:07
    bonus:
    14. "Tomorrow Night" 5:00
    15. "Breakthrough (with guest Chris Farlowe)" 4:59

    also:

    Views: 1623 | Date: 24.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Atoll ~ 1979 ~ Rock Puzzle
    genre: prog
    country: france
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 1:17'03"  size: 587 mb
    misc.: 

    01. "L'age D'or (dans 8000 ans)" 6:01
    02. "L'ultime rock" 4:09
    03. "Kaelka" 2:56
    04. "Smarto Kitschy" 7:53
    05. "Eau (H20)" 5:51
    06. "Garces De Femmes" 4:08
    07. "La Maison De Men - Taa" 4:12
    08. "Puzzle" 8:05
    bonus:
    09. "L'ultime rock  (studio Z version)" 3:46
    10. "Puzzle (studio Z version)" 7:41
    11. "Atari, That's A Game ! (Smarto Kitschy - American Mix)" 8:03
    12. "Here Comes The Feeling (with John Wetton, without Christian Beya)" 4:41
    13. "No reply (with John Wetton, without Christian Beya)" 4:10
    14. "Eye to eye (with John Wetton, without Christian Beya)" 5:26

    Tracks 1-11 :
    Andre Balzer / lead vocals 
    Christian Beya / lead guitar, 12-string guitar, acoustic guitar, back vocals 
    Alain Gozzo / drums, percussion, back vocals 
    Michael Taillet / Eminent 310, Korg & Prophet synthesizers, acoustic piano, Fender piano, clavinet D6, percussion, back vocals 
    Jean-Luc Thillot / bass, Moog bass pedal, 12-string guitar, acoustic guitar, back vocals 
    Tracks 12-14: 
    John Wetton / lead vocals, bass 
    Michael Taillet / keyboards 
    Jean-Jacques Flety / guitar 
    Alain Gozzo / drums

    Views: 1823 | Date: 24.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Atoll ~ 1977 ~ Tertio
    genre: prog
    country: france
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 37'35"  size: 221 mb

    01. Paris, C'est Fini 5:56
    02. Les Dieux Meme 7:32
    03. Gae Lowe (Le Duel) 4:52
    04. Le Cerf - Volant 5:42
    05. Tunnel Part I 5:46
    06. Tunnel Part II 7:46

    Jean-Luc Thillot / bass 
    Alain Gozzo / drums 
    Michel Taillet / keyboards, drums 
    Andre Balzer / vocals, drums 
    Christian Beya / guitar

    also:

    Views: 1460 | Date: 24.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    Atlantis Philharmonic ~ 1974 ~ Atlantis Philharmonic
    genre: sympho prog
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 35'24"  size: 390 mb
    misc.: 1990
     
     
    01. "Atlantis" 5:17
    02. "Woodsman" 7:40
    03. "Death Man" 5:29
    04. "Fly-The-Night" 4:40
    05. "My Friend" 4:03
    06. "Atlas" 8:15
     
    Joe DiFazio / organ, piano, electronic piano, harpsichord, Mellotron, Moog synthesizer, guitar, bass, foot bass pedals, lead - and backing vocals 
    Royce Gibson / drums, tympani, bass drum, gong, ratchet, concert snare and backing vocals
     
    Views: 1629 | Date: 24.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    Asoka ~ 1971 ~ Asoka
    genre: heavy
    country: sweden
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:15'05"  size: 526 mb
    misc.: 2005
     
    Scented Gardens of Mind:
    Asoka from Malmц were formed by the remnants of the excellent Taste Of Blues. This background was just detectable, as Asoka headed in a hard rock direction with loud guitar riffs augmented by hammond organ and eager percussion. They also had a decent vocalist, offering hilarious lyrics (in Swedish). Some tracks contained a kind of 'Latin funk' similar to the early Santana and Kvartetten Som Sprдngde. Critical listeners will spot a lack of originality but nonetheless acknowledge the musical prowess of the players. Claes Ericsson and Robban Larsson later made two albums with the jazz-rock group Lotus.
     
    01. "Psykfoni For Ekogitarr Och Poporkester" 2:12
    02. "Ataraxia" 3:28
    03. "Leave Me" 3:35
    04. "Svensson Blues" 3:28
    05. "1975" 3:48
    06. "If You Feel" 4:25
    07. "Tvivlaren" 4:38
    08. "I'm Trying" 6:15
    09. "Psykfoni For Ekogitarr Och Poporkester" 2:52
     
    Robban Larsson - guitars
    Patrick Erixcon - vocals, bongos
    Claes Ericsson - piano, organ
    Tjobbe Bengtson - bass
    Daffy Bengtson - drums
     
    bonus:
    10. "The Seeker" 3:54
    11. "At El-Yago 9-3" 1:58
    12. "Ohio" 5:23
    13. "Mama" 4:36
    14. "Southern Comfort" 6:46
    15. "I Need Your Love" 4:45
    16. "Another Kind Of Love" 3:53
    17. "Take Off Jam" 9:11
     
    Views: 2304 | Date: 24.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    genre: rock
    country: us
    quality: mp3(192k,covers)
    time: 44'00" size: 61 mb 

    Life on a String is an album by performance artist Laurie Anderson, released in 2001 on Nonesuch Records.
    One of Anderson's predominantly musical (as opposed to spoken-word) albums, Life on a String was recorded at the Lobby Studios in New York City, and produced by Anderson and Hal Willner. Guest musicians on the album include Mocean Worker, Mitchell Froom, Vinicius Cantuária, and Lou Reed.
    The first three songs, "One White Whale," "The Island Where I Come From," and "Pieces and Parts," were taken from her show Songs and Stories from Moby Dick. The song "Slip Away" is about the death of her father.


    1. One White Whale 2:03
    2. The Island Where I Come From– 4:08
    3. Pieces and Parts 3:36
    4. Here With You 2:22
    5. Slip Away 5:50
    6. My Compensation 2:28
    7. Dark Angel 3:22
    8. Broken 3:19
    9. Washington Street 4:41
    10. Statue of Liberty 4:24
    11. One Beautiful Evening 5:05
    12. Life on a String 2:57


    Van Dyke Parks (keyboards, conductor, string arrangements)
    Lou Reed (guitar)
    David Torn (loops)
    Joey Baron (drums, percussion)
    Martin Brumbach (mixing, percussion arrangement)
    Mino Cinelu (percussion)
    Greg Cohen (acoustic bass)
    Bill Frisell (guitar)
    Danny Frankel (percussion, handclapping)
    Erik Friedlander (cello)
    Mitchell Froom (mellotron, wurlitzer, claviola)
    Peter Scherer (keyboards)
    Chris Speed (saxophone)
    Skúli Sverrisson (bass, guitar, keyboards, sounds, percussion programming)
    Hal Willner (turntables, sampling)
    Cuong Vu (trumpet)
    Vinicius Cantuária (percussion)
    Eyvind Kang (violin)
    Ben Rubin (bell)

    Views: 951 | Date: 24.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    genre: rock
    country: us
    quality: mp3(192k,covers)
    time: 1:11'02" size: 97 mb 


    The Ugly One with the Jewels (full title: The Ugly One with the Jewels and Other Stories: A Reading from Stories From the Nerve Bible) is the title of a primarily spoken-word album released by Laurie Anderson on Warner Bros. Records in 1995, the last of her 7-album deal that she signed in the early 1980s.
    An immediate follow-up to her album of only a few months earlier, Bright Red, The Ugly One with the Jewels consisted of stories and monologues taken from Anderson's performance piece Stories from the Nerve Bible. Many of the pieces are autobiographical (including one in which she reminisces about working on stage with the late comic Andy Kaufman). The album was recorded live in London, England. Although most of the pieces are spoken word, they have musical accompaniment, with the exception of "The Cultural Ambassador."
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    genre: rock
    country: us
    quality: mp3(192k,covers,booklet)
    time: 52'13" size: 82 mb 

    Bright Red is the title of performance artist Laurie Anderson's sixth album, released by Warner Bros. in 1994.
    The album continues the more pop-oriented direction Anderson launched with Strange Angels. Produced by Brian Eno (who also co-wrote several of the songs with Anderson), Bright Red is divided into two parts; the first, titled Bright Red, and the second part titled Tightrope.
    The song "The Puppet Motel" was also featured on an interactive CD-ROM titled Puppet Motel also released by Anderson in 1994. "Speak My Language", is a re-recording of a song Anderson previously performed on the soundtrack to the movie Faraway, So Close; and also featured in the 1995 film Fallen Angels. The song "Beautiful Pea Green Boat" has additional lyrics from the poem "The Owl and the Pussycat" by Edward Lear; in the album credits his name is misspelled "Edwin". Lou Reed duets with Anderson on the song "In Our Sleep" (and can be heard singing backup on many other songs).


    1. Speechless 5:20
    2. Bright Red 3:12
    3. The Puppet Motel 3:09
    4. Speak My Language 3:38
    5. World Without End 2:47
    6. Freefall 4:32
    7. Muddy River 3:02
    8. Beautiful Pea Green Boat 4:20
    9. Love Among the Sailors 2:49
    10. Poison 3:47
    11. In Our Sleep 2:31
    12. Night in Baghdad 3:23
    13. Tightrope 5:58
    14. Same Time Tomorrow 3:51

    Phillip Ballou (background vocals)
    Cyro Baptista (percussion)
    Joey Baron (drums)
    Brian Eno (treatments, keyboards)
    Ben Fenner (bass)
    Guy Klucevsek (accordion)
    Gerry Leonard (guitar)
    Arto Lindsay (vocals)
    Greg Cohen (guitar and bass)
    Jamie West-Oram (guitar)
    Kevin Killen (treatments)
    Adrian Belew (guitar)
    Neil Conti (shaker)
    Dougie Browne (drums)
    Marc Ribot (guitar)
    Lou Reed (vocal and guitar)
    Peter Scherer (keyboards)

    Views: 1094 | Date: 24.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    genre: rock
    country: us
    quality: mp3(192k,covers,booklet)
    time: 45'37" size: 48 mb 

    1. Strange Angels 3:51
    2. Monkey's Paw 4:33
    3. Coolsville 4:34
    4. Ramon 5:03
    5. Babydoll 3:38
    6. Beautiful Red Dress 4:43
    7. The Day the Devi 4:00
    8. The Dream Before 3:03
    9. My Eyes 5:29
    10. Hiawatha 6:53


    Views: 1032 | Date: 24.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    genre: rock
    country: us
    quality: mp3(192k,covers)
    time: 34'33" size: 48 mb 

    Home of the Brave was the fourth album release by Laurie Anderson, issued in 1986. Released by Warner Bros. Records, it was a partial soundtrack album of her concert film of the same title.
    Three of the eight tracks on the album were recorded in the studio and thus differ considerably from the filmed versions. A music video for "Language is a Virus" was produced, using the soundtrack studio recording but footage of the live performance.
    Two songs on the album were remakes of earlier works: "Language Is a Virus" was originally titled "Language Is a Virus (from Outer Space)" and was performed on Anderson's earlier United States Live (the soundtrack album omits the spoken word introduction, "Difficult Listening Hour," which had appeared on United States Live and which was also performed in the film). "Sharkey's Night" is a song from Anderson's previous album, Mister Heartbreak. However this rendition is performed by Anderson herself (the original was vocalized by William S. Burroughs. Burroughs' voice is heard on the track "Late Show," however.


    1. Smoke Rings 7:00
    2. White Lily 1:16
    3. Late Show 4:30
    4. Talk Normal 5:27
    5. Language Is a Virus 4:10
    6. Radar 2:01
    7. Sharkey's Night 6:16
    8. Credit Racket 3:28

    Laurie Anderson (vocals, keyboards, violin synclavier, vocoder)
    Joy Askew (keyboards, Moog synthesizer, Prophet, DX-7)
    Adrian Belew (guitar)
    David Van Tieghem (drums)

    Views: 1054 | Date: 24.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    genre: rock
    country: us
    quality: mp3(192k,covers)
    time: 39'48" size: 55 mb 

    Mister Heartbreak is the second album by avant-garde artist, singer and composer Laurie Anderson, released in 1984.
    Considered more mainstream than its predecessor, Big Science, the album's lead track, "Sharkey's Day" formed the basis of a popular music video. Author William S. Burroughs read the lyrics of the closing track, "Sharkey's Night", while Peter Gabriel provided backing vocals on "Excellent Birds", an alternate version of which, titled "This is the Picture (Excellent Birds)", also appeared on his album So. A third version of the song can be heard in the music-video version, directed by Dean Winkler. The song "Gravity's Angel" borrows imagery from Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow.
    Most of the songs on this album were later performed in Anderson's 1986 concert film Home of the Brave. Burroughs appears in that film and appears in two brief segments reciting lines from "Sharkey's Night", although it is Anderson herself who performs a complete version of the song at the film's conclusion.


    1. Sharkey's Day 7:41
    2. Langue d'Amour 6:12
    3. Gravity's Angel 6:02
    4. Kokoku 7:03
    5. Excellent Birds 3:12
    6. Blue Lagoon 7:03
    7. Sharkey's Night 2:29

    Laurie Anderson (vocals, synclavier, violin, bell, vocoder, whistle, electronic conches, percussion)
    Adrian Belew (guitar)
    Anton Fier (drums, toms, wood block)
    Bill Laswell (bass)

    Views: 1200 | Date: 24.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    genre: rock
    country: us
    quality: mp3(192k,covers,booklet)
    time: 38'33" size: 58 mb 

    Big Science is the 1982 debut album by avant-garde artist Laurie Anderson and the first of a 7-album deal she signed with Warner Bros. Records. It is best known for the 8-minute epic "O Superman", which reached #2 in the UK. The album is minimalist and monochrome in sound, and like a great deal of Anderson's work is based largely on spoken word. It is a selection of highlights from her eight-hour production, United States Live, which was itself released as a 4-LP box set and book in 1984. United States Live was originally a performance piece, in which music was only one element. After Big Science music played a larger role in Anderson's work.[1]
    Although considered her debut album, Anderson had previously recorded one side of a 2-LP set titled You're the Guy I Want To Share My Money With, a collaboration released on Giorno Poetry Systems with William S. Burroughs and John Giorno. She had also contributed two pieces to a 1977 compilation of electronic music.
    A newly remastered version of the album was released on 18 June 2007 by Nonesuch/Elektra Records with new liner notes, and, in the data portion of the CD, the bonus track "Walk the Dog" (B-Side of the original "O Superman" single) and the "O Superman" video.

    1. From the Air 4:29
    2. Big Science 6:14
    3. Sweaters 2:18
    4. Walking & Falling 2:10
    5. Born, Never Asked 4:56
    6. O Superman (For Massenet) 8:21
    7. Example #22 2:59
    8. Let X=X 3:51
    9. It Tango 3:01

    Laurie Anderson (vocals, vocoder, farfisa organ, percussion, Oberheim OB-Xa, sticks, violins, electronics, keyboards, handclaps, whistling, marimba)
    Roma Baran (farfisa bass, glass harmonica, sticks, handclaps, casiotone, accordion, whistling)
    Perry Hoberman (bottles and sticks, handclaps, flute, sax, piccolo, backing vocals)
    Bill Obrecht (alto sax)
    Peter Gordon (clarinet, tenor sax)
    David Van Tieghem (drums, rototoms, timpani, marimba, percussion)

    Views: 1062 | Date: 24.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Argent ~ 1975 ~ Counterpoints
    genre: prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac vinyl rip, cue, log, scans)
    time: 37'11"  size: 205 mb
    misc.: never released on cd
     
    01 "On My Feet Again" 3:11
    02 "I Can't Remember, But Yes" 2:59
    03 "Time" 7:07
    04 "Waiting For The Yellow One" 2:45
    05 "It's Fallen Off" 2:37
    06 "Be Strong" 4:13
    07 "Rock & Roll Show" 2:30
    08 "Butterfly" 1:28
    09 "Road Back Home" 10:21
     
    Rod Argent – organ, electric piano, vocals
    John Grimaldi – guitar, lap steel guitar
    John Verity - Guitar and vocals
    Jim Rodford – bass guitar, guitar, vocals
    Robert Henrit – drums, percussion
    Phil Collins – drums, percussion
     
    also:
     
    Views: 2698 | Date: 24.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


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