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    Ame Son ~ 1976 ~ Primitive Expression
    genre: psych
    country: france
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 54'12" size: 247 mb
    misc.: recorded '69-'76
     
    ProgArchives:
    In 1967, Marc Blanc and Patrick Fontaine were introduced to Daevid Allen after his departure from Soft machine. They both played in its Bananamoon band in Spain during summer '68 and in the south of France at the beginning of '69. They formed Ame son in June '69 with François Garrel on flute and Bernard Lavialle on guitar. The "Catalyse" album has been released in 1970. Ame son played in all the greatest festivals like Amougies, Les halles, Biot, Le Bourget and had a lot of success from both the audience and critics. The music was strongly influenced by early Gong with long psychedelic jam- sessions leaded by flute and guitar. They split in June'71 for the first time. They start again with a different formation in 1973 and are still playing together from time to time.
     
    01. "Le grand cirque de la lune" 6:29
    02. "Hein! Quant а toi" 0:36
    03. "Comme est morte l'Evocation" 5:54
    04. "Je veux juste dire. Part I-Archer Guitar" 4:14
    05. "Je veux juste dire. Part II-4 temps" 4:04
    06. "Je veux juste dire. Part III- Glissendo" 5:37
    07. "Je veux juste dire. Part IV-7 temps" 3:41
    08. "Je veux juste dire. Part V" 3:04
    09. "Je veux juste dire. Part VI - Free final" 5:06
    10. "Sweet Georgia" 2:43
    11. "Dedoublement" 4:47
    bonus:
    12. "Le d'dale" 7:56
     
    Patrick Fontaine / bass
    Bernard Lavialle / guitar
    Philippe Garrel / guitar
    Marc Blanc / voice, drums
     
    Views: 2083 | Date: 25.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    the Daevid Allen Trio ~ 1993 ~ Live 1963
    genre: psych, jazz
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 35'33" size: mb
     
    01. "Love Is A Careless Sea" 3:39
    02. "My Head Is A Nightclub" 1:26
    03. "Capacity Travel (i.) Part One (ii.) Part Two (iii.) Part Three (iv.) Part Four" 6:31
    04. "The Song of the Jazzman" 6:34
    05. "Dear Olde Benny Green Is A-Turning In His Grave" 10:21
    06. "Ya Sunne WOT" 4:05
    07. "Frederique la Poisson avec Frite Sur Le Dos" 2:56
     
    Written-By - D. Allen , H. Hopper (tracks: 5) , M. Ratledge (tracks: 5) , R. Wyatt (tracks: 5)
     
    Bass Guitar - Hugh Hopper 
    Drums - Robert Wyatt 
    Guitar, Voice, Vocals [Poetry] - Daevid Allen 
    Piano - Mike Ratledge 
     
    Views: 1845 | Date: 25.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (1)


    Daevid Allen / Banana Moon Band / Gong ~ 1993 ~ Je ne fum pas des bananes
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:18'08" size: 389 mb

    1 Daevid Allen - Intro 0:17
    2 Banana Moon Band - Pretty Miss Titty 4:03
    3 Banana Moon Band - Rich Girl 3:45
    4 Banana Moon Band - Un Oeuf For You 5:36
    5 Banana Moon Band - My Mother's Gone To India / Hare Krishna / Time Of The Green Banana / Remember The name 5:25
    6 Daevid Allen / Francois Bayle - La Belle Cerebrale 2:53
    7 Gong - Est-Ce Que Je Suis (Garcon Ou Fille) 3:38
    8 Gong - Hyp Hypnotise You 3:28
    9 Daevid Allen - Goldilox 3:28
    10 Daevid Allen - Why Do You Come Knocking At My Door ? 4:31
    11 Daevid Allen - Rock'N'Roll Angel 3:16
    12 Banana Moon Band - Why Are We Sleeping ? 9:36
    13 Banana Moon Band - French Garden 3:24
    14 Banana Moon Band - French Garden 3:31
    15 Daevid Allen - Pretty Miss Titty 5:54
    16 Banana Moon Band - Pretty Miss Titty 1:46
    17 Daevid Allen - Gong Song 4:33
    18 Banana Moon Band - Je Ne Fume Pas Des Bananes 5:00
    19 Daevid Allen - Je Ne Fume Pas Des Bananes 3:12

    Unpublished records Banana Moon Band with D. Allen, G. Smyth, M. White and P. Fontaine
    (2, 3, 4, 5, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18) 1967, 68-69 plus the first two liters of first 45 Gong
    (7 & 8), F. Bait and D Allen (6), and other outakes D. Allen (1, 9, 10, 11, 15, 17, 19).

    Views: 2412 | Date: 25.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Daevid Allen ~ 1971 ~ Banana Moon
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 38'32"  size: 253 mb
    misc.: 1995
     
    Side 1
    "It's the Time of Your Life" (Christian Tritsch) – 3:21
    "Memories" (Hugh Hopper) 3:37
    "All I Want Is Out of Here" (Tritsch) – 4:48
    "Fred the Fish and the Chip On His Shoulder" (Daevid Allen) – 2:27
    "White Neck Blooze" / "Codein Coda" (Allen) – 5:36
    Side 2
    "Stoned Innocent Frankenstein" (Allen) – 3:28
    "And His Adventures In the Land of Flip" (Allen) – 11:44
    "I Am a Bowl" (Allen) – 2:46
     
    Daevid Allen – Guitar and vocals
    Archie Legget – Bass
    Robert Wyatt – Drums. Vocals and guitar ("Memories")
    Barry St. John, Maggie Bell – Backing vocals
    Gerry Fields – Violin
    with
    Christian Tritsch – Guitar and bass ("It's The Time Of Your Life")
    Pip Pyle – Drums ("It's The Time Of Your Life")
    Gary Wright – Piano ("Memories")
    Gilli Smyth – Vocals [Space Whisper] (side 2)
    Nick Evans – Trombone ("I Am A Bowl")
     
    also:
     
    Views: 2052 | Date: 25.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (2)


    Davie Allan & the Arrows ~ 1967 ~ Blues Theme
    genre: surf, garage
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac mono, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 24'28"  size: 93 mb
    misc.: 2005
     
     
    01. "Blues Theme" 2:13
    02. "King Fuzz" 1:57
    03. "Theme From Thunderball" 1:51
    04. "William Tell 1967" 1:58
    05. "Action On The Street" 1:43
    06. "Theme From The Wild Angels" 1:36
    07. "Theme From The Unknown" 1:48
    08. "Fuzz Theme" 1:35
    09. "Sorry 'Bout That" 2:05
    10. "Ghost Riders In The Sky" 2:03
    Previously Unissued Bonus Tracks:
    11. "Runaway" 1:58
    12. "High Noon" 2:14
    13. "Theme From A Summer Place" 1:47
     
    Bass - Drew Bennett 
    Drums - Don Manning 
    Guitar - Tony Allwine 
    Guitar [Fuzz-tone] - Davie Allan 
     
    Views: 2642 | Date: 25.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    Jan Akkerman ~ 1972 ~ Profile
    genre: fusion
    country: netherlands
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 37'37"  size: 207 mb
     
     
    01. "Fresh Air" 19:55
    a. Must be my land
    b. Wrestling to get out
    c. Back again
    d. The fight
    e. Fresh air - blue notes for listening
    f. Water and skies are telling me
    g. Happy Gabriël ?
    02. "Kemps Jig" 1:34
    03. "Etude" 1:33
    04. "Blue Boy" 2:26
    05. "Andante Sostenuto" 4:09
    06. "Maybe Just a Dream" 2:35
    07. "Minstrel/Farmers Dance" 1:46
    08. "Stick" 3:39
     
    Jan Akkerman / Guitar, Bass, Alto-lute, Spanish guitar, Electric Fender piano
    Pierre van der Linden / Drums
    Bert Ruiter / Bass
    Ferry Maat / Piano
    Jaap van Eyck / Bass
    Frans Smit / Drums
     
    Views: 1904 | Date: 25.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (2)


    Agitation Free ~ 1974 ~ The Other Side Of Agitation Free
    genre: fusion
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 42'20"  size:  mb
    misc.: 1999
     
    01. "Atlantic Overcrossing" 5:34
    02. "Abulafia" 6:17
    03. "6th Floor" 5:11
    04. "Deliverance" 4:24
    05. "Latino Catherine" 3:37
    06. "Get It Out" 4:21
    07. "Offstage" 2:47
    08. "Song für einen Proletariersohn, Teil 1" 5:38
    09. "Song für einen Proletariersohn, Teil 2" 2:55
    10. "Song für einen Proletariersohn, Teil 3" 1:36
     
    Michael "Fame" Gunther / bass
    Gustav Lutjens / guitar, vocals
    Mickie Duwe / vocals
    Harald Großkopf / drums
    Dietmar Burmeister / drums
    Jochen Bauer / drums
    Konstantin Bommarius / drums, percussion
    Manfred Opitz / keyboards, vocals
    Christian "Bino" Brero / piano
    Bernd Gruber / keyboards
    Klaus "Maus" Henrichs / saxophone
    Lou Blackburn / trombone
     
    also:
     
    Views: 1816 | Date: 25.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Afterglow ~ 1994 ~ Yggdrasil
    genre: neo prog
    country: france
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:12'47"  size:  mb
     
    ProgArchves:
    Afterglow is a five-piece set from Marseille featuring Reno Ferre on lead guitar, Karim Abdelali on drums, Francois Festy on keyboards and vocals, Claude Figge on congas and Freud Chaudeaux on lead vocals (Chaudeaux sings in English and sounds a bit like Steve Hoggarth). Deftly avoiding overly simplistic formulas, their style is a savvy combination of hard material from the old guard (Saga, Rush) and more modern neo-progsters (Pendragon, IQ).
    Achieving a good balance between vocal and instrumental pieces, their album "Yggdrasil" features some clever compositions and contrasting moods with rather dark overtones. Chaudeau's accented vocals may be a little distracting at times but the excellent songwriting and instrumental performance are what really stands out, far outweighing such minor flaw. The album centers around two epic-length tracks containing a variety of themes and textures; they also don some neat guitar work and lovely keyboard playing.
    Recommended for neo-prog buffs who want to add a little depth to their collection.
    Lise (Hibou), Canada
     
    Views: 1123 | Date: 25.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O. ~ 2004 ~ Does The Cosmic Shepherd Dream of Electric Tapirs
    genre: psych, acid
    country: japan
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:13'39"  size: 386 mb
     
    01. "Daddy's Bare Meat" 8:20
    02. "Suzie Sixteen" 4:37
    03. "Hello Good Child" 8:02
    04. "The Assassin's Beautiful Daughter" 9:02
    05. "Dark Star Blues" 25:13
    06. "The Transmigration of Hop Heads" 18:25
     
    Acid Mothers Temple - at the time of recording were:
    Cotton Casino: vocals, beer & cigarettes
    Tsuyama Atsushi: monster bass, vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, recorder, cosmic joker
    Higashi Hiroshi: synthesizer, dancin' king
    Koizumi Hajime: drums, sleeping monk
    Magic Aum Gigi: jews harp, erotic underground
    Kawabata Makoto electric gurtairs, electric sitar, hammond organ, synthesizer, voice, speed guru
     
    Recorded at Acid Mothers Temple and Omega Sound, May 2002 - Jan 2003
     
    also:
     
    Views: 2320 | Date: 25.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (1)


    Aardvark ~ 1970 ~ Aardvark
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 42'55"  size: 256 mb
     
    Tapestry of Delights:

    A Midlands-based band, whose sole album presents us with the perennial problem of rock without guitars. As little instrumental interplay is possible, vocals, lyrics, compositions and above all the inventive use of keyboards become more important than ever. The result here is ambiguous. Copper Sunset has a nice title and a great 'wrong' and nagging bass-note in the chorus and Many Things To Do has nice harmonies, but this latter track is too long. Generally the music suffers from too many long extended tracks. The outstanding cut Once Upon A Hill is lovable, though, with great eclectic medieval stylings and effective celeste parts. Nice enough, but not brilliant.

    Most songs on the album were written by Dave Skillin. They were mostly a studio band and made very few live appearances as they had enormous difficulties finding a keyboard player. Steve Milliner was previously in Black Cat Bones. Other keyboardists in the band were Paddy Coulter, Peter John Tdoof and Dave Watts, who was later in Jackson Heights and Affinity. Peter John Wood had played with The Trendsetters Soul Band and Hush and was later in Sutherland Brothers and Quiver and also played with Al Stewart and Natural Gas. Aldous had previously been in Odyssey and Skillen was later in Home

    (Marcel Koopman/Vernon Joynson).

    Views: 1979 | Date: 25.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    Brian Auger & the Trinity ~ 1970 ~ Befour
    genre: fusion
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 46'40"  size: 334 mb
    misc.: 1999
     
    01. "I Wanna Take You Higher" 5:08
    02. "Pavane" 3:49
    03. "No Time To Live" 5:27
    04. "Maiden Voyage" 5:03
    05. "Listen Here" 9:26
    06. "Adagio Per Archi E Organo" 3:30
    07. "Just You, Just Me" 6:26
    08. "Rain Forest Talking" 4:07
    bonus:
    09. "Pavane (demo version)" 3:44
     
    Brian Auger/ vocals, keyboards
    Gary Boyle /guitar
    Dave Ambrose/ bass guitar 
    Clive Thacker/ drums, percussion
     
    additional musicians on track5:
    Roger Sutton/ bass
    Mickey Waller/ drums
    Barry Reeves/ drums
    Colin Allen/ drums
     
     
    Views: 2103 | Date: 25.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (4)


    Audience ~ 2005 ~ Alive & Kickin' & Screamin' & Shoutin'
    genre: prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 57'54"  size: 388 mb

    Since their demise in 1972, Audience members have teased their fans by reconfiguring themselves several times down the years, but never quite re-forming.
    That changed in 2004, when the quartet reunited for a clutch of English gigs, shows so successful that the group decided to make their re-formation permanent.
    Alive & Screamin' & Kickin' & Shoutin' was recorded during this tour, capturing their gig at the Astor Theater in the southern English seaside town of Deal.
    The group's pleasure at being on the stage together again is evident, celebrating their past with a set of their own songs and covers. Half the tracks -- five songs -- are classic Audience numbers drawn from their first three albums.
    The hauntingly bluesy "Zig-Zag & Swirl," though, is a new one for the band, but not for Howard Werth; it's featured on his third solo album, The Evolution Myth Explodes.
    Also on that set was a cover of Lennon and McCartney's "I Wanna Be Your Man," which Audience now further reinterpret to great effect. Equally evocative is a stirring version of "Morning Dew," as well as an inspired take on James Brown's "The Bells."
    The group's bluesy styling reaches its apotheosis on "The House on the Hill," and across this nearly ten-minute extravaganza, they subtly glide in and out of funk, prog, folk and jazz in an homage to all that made British prog so breathtaking at its height.
    A superb show, and a welcome return for a sorely missed band. 
    by Jo-Ann Greene


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