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    Agitation Free ~ 1995 ~ Fragments
    genre: kraut
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 41'24" size: 248 mb
    misc.: rec. live '74
     
    01. "Someone' s Secret" 17:12
    02. "Mickey's Laugh" 9:57
    03. "We Are Men" 10:17
    04. "Mediterranean Flight" 3:58
     
    Composed By, Performer - Agitation Free 
     
    Bass - Michael Gunther 
    Drums - Burghard Rausch , Christoph Franke
    Guitar - Jorg Schwenke 
    Guitar, Bass - Gustl Lutjens
    Guitar, Keyboards - Lutz Ulbrich 
    Guitar, Vocals - Mickie Duwe
    Piano - Bernhard Arndt 
     
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    Agitation Free ~ 1998 ~ At the Cliffs of The River Rhine
    genre: kraut
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, scans)
    time: 38'07" size: 260 mb
     
    1 Through The Moods 13:28
    2 First Communication 8:56
    3 Dialogue & Random 0:57
    4 Laila 10:03
    5 In The Silence Of The Morning Sunrise 4:41
     
    Recorded live in Cologne, Germany Feb. 02, 1974. 
     
    Bass - Michael Gunther 
    Drums - Burghard Rausch 
    Guitar - Gustav Lutjens , Lutz Ulbrich 
    Synthesizer - Michael Hoenig
     
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    A Foot In Cold Water ~ 1973 ~ Second Foot In Cold Water
    genre: heavy
    country: canada
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 37'08" size: 210 mb
     
    Dreams Fantasies & Nightmares:
    Formed in Toronto, Ontario in 1971 this pop/rock band's roots lay in sixties outfit, The Lords Of London, who were later known as Nucleus.
    Bob Horne was born on New Year's Eve, 1949 in Toronto. He played keyboards during his childhood and later studied at the London Conservatory near Toronto. Horne had been a founding member of The Lords Of London and was also in Nucleus. He played a wide range of keyboards on their albums (harpsichords, pianos, Hammond organ and synthesizers).
    Hughie Leggat had been born in Glasgow on 3rd May 1951, but he moved to Toronto as a child. He developed a love of urban blues, idolising artists like Chuck Berry, B.B. King and Jimmy Reed, but later got into more contemporary sounds like The Beatles and Rolling Stones.
    Alex Machin derived from Glasgow too, entering the world on 16th February 1949. Like Leggat, he too moved to Toronto as a child. He started out in R'n'B bands but by the late sixties was caught up in the progressive rock blues scene. He played with Paul Naumann in Island prior to joining A Foot In Coldwater.
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    Van Der Graaf Generator ~ 1982 ~ Time Vaults
    genre: prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 45'22" size: 321 mb
    misc.: 1996, rec. '72-'75

    01. "The Liquidator" 5:24
    02. "Rift Valley" 4:40
    03. "Tarzan" 2:10
    04. "Coil Night" 4:13
    05. "Time Vaults" 3:33
    06. "Drift" 2:40
    07. "Roncevaux" 6:57
    08. "It All Went Red" 4:07
    09. "Faint And Forsaken" 2:46
    10. "Black Room" 8:52

    Peter Hammill – vocals, guitar, bass, piano
    David Jackson – piano, saxophone
    Hugh Banton - bass, organ
    Guy Evans - drums

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    Van Der Graaf Generator ~ 1976 ~ Still Life
    genre: prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 55'40" size: 392 mb
    misc.: 2005
     
    Side one
    "Pilgrims" (Hammill, David Jackson) 7:12
    "Still Life" 7:24
    "La Rossa" 9:52
    Side two
    "My Room (Waiting for Wonderland)" 8:02
    "Childlike Faith in Childhood's End" 12:24
    Bonus track
    "Gog" - 10:29 Recorded live at the Theatr Gwynedd, Bangor, Wales on 10 May 1975
     
    All songs written by Peter Hammill, except where noted
     
    Peter Hammill – vocals, guitar, piano
    David Jackson– saxophone, flute
    Hugh Banton - organ, bass, mellotron, piano
    Guy Evans - drums, percussion
     
    also:
     
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    Alice Cooper ~ 1976 ~ Alice Cooper Goes To Hell
    genre: heavy
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac tracks, scans)
    time: 43'13" size: 254 mb
     
    "Go to Hell" 5:15
    "You Gotta Dance" 2:45
    "I'm the Coolest" 3:57
    "Didn't We Meet" 4:16
    "I Never Cry" (Cooper, Wagner) 3:44
    "Give the Kid a Break" 4:14
    "Guilty" 3:22
    "Wake Me Gently" 5:03
    "Wish You Were Here" 4:36
    "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" (Harry Carroll, Joseph McCarthy) 2:08
    "Going Home" 3:47
     
    All songs written by Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner and Bob Ezrin, except where noted.
     
    Alice Cooper - vocals
    John Tropea - wah wah guitar
    Steve Hunter - guitar
    Jimmy Maelen - percussion
    Jim Gordon - drums
    Bob Babbitt - bass
    Dick Berg - French horn
    Bob Ezrin - synthesizer, piano, Fender Rhodes
    Shep Gordon - vocals
    Shaun Jackson - vocals
    Tony Levin - bass
    Allan MacMillan - piano
    Bill Misener - vocals
    Colina Phillips - vocals
    Allan Schwartzberg - drums
    Donny Vosburgh - vocals
    Dick Wagner - acoustic & electric guitar, vocals
    Laurel Ward - vocals
    Sharon Williams - vocals
    Joe Gannon - vocals
    Sharon Lee Williams - vocals
     
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    Alice Cooper ~ 1975 ~ Welcome To My Nightmare
    genre: heavy
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 56'05" size: 376 mb
    misc.: 2002
     
    "Welcome to My Nightmare" (Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner) 5:19
    "Devil's Food" (Cooper, Bob Ezrin, Kelly Jay) 3:38
    "The Black Widow" (Cooper, Wagner, Ezrin) 3:37
    "Some Folks" (Cooper, Ezrin, Alan Gordon) 4:19
    "Only Women Bleed" (Cooper, Wagner) 5:49
    "Department of Youth" (Cooper, Wagner, Ezrin) 3:18
    "Cold Ethyl" (Cooper, Ezrin) 2:51
    "Years Ago" (Cooper, Wagner) 2:51
    "Steven" (Cooper, Ezrin) 5:52
    "The Awakening" (Cooper, Wagner, Ezrin) 2:25
    "Escape" (Cooper, Mark Anthony, Kim Fowley) 3:20
    bonus tracks:
    "Devils' Food" (Alternate Version) - 5:13
    "Cold Ethyl" (Alternate Version) - 2:56
    "The Awakening" (Alternate Version) - 4:20
     
    Alice Cooper - Vocals
    Bob Ezrin - Synthesizer, Arranger, Keyboards, Vocals, Producer, Fender Rhodes, Remixing, Mixing, Remix Producer
    Vincent Price - Special Effects, Vocals
    Dick Wagner - Electric and Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
    Steve Hunter - Electric and Acoustic Guitar
    Josef Chirowski - Synthesizer, Keyboards, Vocals, Clavinet, Fender Rhodes
    Prakash John - Bass
    Tony Levin - Bass
    Pentti "Whitey" Glan - Drums
    Johnny "Bee" Badanjek - Drums
    David Ezrin - Vocals
    Gary Lyons - Vocals
    Michael Sherman - Vocals, Production Assistant
    Gerry Yons - Guitar
     
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    Alice Cooper ~ 1970 ~ Easy Action
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 34'48" size: 239 mb
    misc.: 1989
     
    "Mr. & Mrsdemeanor" 3:05
    "Shoe Salesman" 2:38
    "Still No Air" 2:32
    "Below Your Means" 6:41
    "Return of the Spiders" 4:33
    "Laughing at Me" 2:12
    "Refrigerator Heaven" 1:54
    "Beautiful Flyaway" 3:02
    "Lay Down and Die, Goodbye" 7:36
     
    All songs written by Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway and Neal Smith.
     
    Alice Cooper – vocals
    Glen Buxton – lead guitar
    Michael Bruce – rhythm guitar, piano, lead vocals on "Below Your Means" and "Beautiful Flyaway"
    Dennis Dunaway – bass guitar
    Neal Smith – drums
    David Briggs – piano on "Shoe Salesman"
     
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    Alice Cooper ~ 1969 ~ Pretties For You
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 38'10" size: 252 mb
    misc.: 1989
     
    "Titanic Overture" 1:12 (Instrumental)
    "10 Minutes Before the Worm" 1:39
    "Sing Low, Sweet Cheerio" 5:42
    "Today Mueller" 1:48
    "Living" 3:12
    "Fields of Regret" 5:44
    "No Longer Umpire" 2:02
    "Levity Ball"(Live) 4:39
    "B.B. on Mars" 1:17
    "Reflected" 3:17
    "Apple Bush" 3:08
    "Earwigs to Eternity" 1:19
    "Changing Arranging" 3:03
     
    All songs were written by Alice Cooper, Glen Buxton, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway and Neal Smith.
     
    Alice Cooper – vocals, harmonica
    Glen Buxton – lead guitar
    Michael Bruce – rhythm guitar, keyboards, lead vocals on "Sing Low, Sweet Cheerio"
    Dennis Dunaway – bass guitar
    Neal Smith – drums
     
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    Family ~ 1971 ~ Fearless
    genre: prog, psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, scans)
    time: 38'29" size: 211 mb
    misc.: 1989
     
    Side one
    "Between Blue and Me" 4:58
    "Sat'd'y Barfly" 4:02
    "Larf and Sing" (Palmer) 2:45
    "Spanish Tide" 4:00
    "Save Some For Thee" 3:45
    Side two
    "Take Your Partners" (Chapman-Whitney-Palmer) 6:25
    "Children" 2:20
    "Crinkly Grin" (Palmer) 1:05
    "Blind" 4:02
    "Burning Bridges" (Chapman-Whitney-Palmer) 4:00
     
    All selections are by Roger Chapman and Charlie Whitney except where noted.
     
    Roger Chapman: vocals, guitars & percussion
    Charlie Whitney: guitars, mandolin & percussion
    John "Poli" Palmer: keyboards, vibes, vocals, flute & percussion
    John Wetton: guitars (including basses), vocals, contracts & keyboards
    Rob Townsend: drums, paiste cymbals, and percussion
     
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    Family ~ 1970 ~ Anyway
    genre: heavyprog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, scans)
    time: 45'58" size: 259 mb
    misc.: live
     
    01. "Good News, Bad News" 8:07
    02. "Willow Tree" 4:39
    03. "Holding The Compass" 4:28
    04. "Strange Band" 3:47
     
    05. "Part Of The Load" 4:41
    06. "Anyway" 3:29
    07. "Normans" 4:22
    08. "Lives And Ladies" 6:32
    bonus:
    09. "Season" 2:21
    10. "In My Own Time" 3:33
     
    Side One: Fairfield Halls, Croydon
    Roger Chapman - vocals and percussion
    Charlie Whitney - electric and acoustic guitars, bass on track 2
    John Weider - acoustic guitar, bass on tracks 1 and 4, violin on tracks 2 and 4
    Poli Palmer - percussion, keyboards, and vibes
    Rob Townsend - drums and percussion
     
    Side Two: Olympic Studios
    Roger Chapman - vocals and percussion
    Charlie Whitney - guitars, bass on track 2
    John Weider - bass and violin
    Poli Palmer - piano, vibes, drums and percussion
    Rob Townsend - drums and percussion
     
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    Family ~ 1969 ~ Family Entertainment
    genre: prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, scans)
    time: 39'50" size: 224 mb
     
    Side one
    "The Weaver's Answer" 4:57
    "Observations from a Hill" 3:11
    "Hung Up Down" 3:13
    "Summer '67" (instrumental) (Whitney) 3:19
    "How-Hi-the-Li" (Grech) 4:57
    Side two
    "Second Generation Woman" (Grech) 3:13
    "From Past Archives" 3:22
    "Dim" 2:31
    "Processions" (Whitney) 2:49
    "Face in the Cloud" (Grech) 2:53
    "Emotions" 5:10
     
    All selections are by Roger Chapman and Charlie Whitney except where noted.
     
    Roger Chapman: vocals and percussion
    John "Charlie" Whitney: guitars, organ
    Jim King: vocals, saxophone, piano
    Ric Grech: bass, vocals, violin
    Rob Townsend: drums and percussion
    Nicky Hopkins: piano
     
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    Family ~ 1968 ~ Music in a Doll's House
    genre: prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue,scans)
    time: 37'13" size: 212 mb
     
    Side one
    "The Chase" 2:16
    "Mellowing Grey" 2:48
    "Never Like This" 2:20 (Dave Mason)
    "Me My Friend"  2:00
    "Variation on a theme of Hey Mr. Policeman" 0:25
    "Winter" 2:26
    "Old Songs New Songs" 4:18
    "Variation on a theme of The Breeze" 0:39
    Side two
    "Hey Mr. Policeman" 3:14
    "See Through Windows" 3:44
    "Variation on a theme of Me My Friend" 0:22
    "Peace of Mind" 2:26
    "Voyage" 3:31
    "The Breeze" 2:52
    "3 x Time" 3:51
     
    Roger Chapman – lead vocals, harmonica, tenor saxophone
    John "Charlie" Whitney – lead guitar, steel guitar
    Jim King – tenor and soprano saxophone, harmonica, vocals
    Ric Grech – bass guitar, violin, cello, vocals
    Rob Townsend – drums, percussion
     
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    La Famiglia Degli Ortega ~ 1973 ~ La Famiglia Degli Ortega

    genre: prog folk
    country: italy
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 35'20" size: 250 mb
    misc.: 1996


    ItalianProg:
    A 12-piece group based in Genova (but probably from Sardinia), the members of this band were all relatives. 
    In 1972 they played at Genova Pop Festival and appeared on TV at Festival di Sanremo as backing vocalists with Delirium.
    Their only album from 1973 can hardly be described as a progressive LP, being mostly folk-influenced and with large use of acoustic instruments and multi-vocal parts in West Coast style. Among the eight tracks even an italian translation of english traditional John Barleycorn. Despite this is the album is well considered among some collectors.
    Two singles were taken from the album, but this group disappeared with no trace.

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    Fairport Convention ~ 1973 ~ Nine
    genre: folk
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 38'37" size: 249 mb
     
    Side one
    "The Hexhamshire Lass" (Trad arr Fairport Convention) 2:31
    "Polly on the Shore" (Music: Pegg, Words: Trad arr Swarbrick/Lucas) 4:56
    "The Brilliancy Medley/Cherokee Shuffle" (Traditional) 3:56
    "To Althea From Prison" (Words Lovelace/Music: Dave Swarbrick) 5:10
    "Tokyo" (Donahue) 2:52
    Side two
    "Bring 'Em Down" (Lucas) – 5:59
    "Big William" (Lucas/Swarbrick) – 3:25
    "Pleasure and Pain" (Lucas/Swarbrick) – 5:03
    "Possibly Parsons Green" (Lucas/Roche) – 4:42
     
    Dave Swarbrick: vocals, violin, viola, mandolin
    Trevor Lucas: vocals, acoustic guitar
    Jerry Donahue: guitars
    Dave Pegg: bass, mandolin, backing vocals
    Dave Mattacks: drums, percussion, keyboards, bass
     
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    Fairport Convention ~ 1968 ~ Fairport Convention

    genre: folk, psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 57'52" size: 323 mb
    misc.: 2003

    Tapestry of Delights:
    Coming together in the Muswell Hill area of London, Fairport Convention were heavily influenced in their early days by US West Coast outfits like Jefferson Airplane. From the Spring of 1967 through till November of the same year they were a regular attraction at London's Underground venues like The Middle Earth and The UFO Club.
    After their interesting debut album Judy Dyble departed to form Trader Horne, being replaced by Sandy Denny from The StrawbsWhat We Did On Our Holidays was an excellent and diverse album, but it marked the start of their movement towards traditional British music, which led Ian Matthews to depart and form Matthews Southern Comfort. A month before the release of Unhalfbricking the band's van was involved in a motorway crash in which Martin Lamble was killed. However, they survived this major setback. Dave Swarbrick came in, initially as a session man, but he became a permanent member. Dave Mattacks replaced Lamble on drums. This revised line-up produced Liege And Lief, which is regarded by some as the finest British folk-rock album.

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    John Fahey ~ 1968 ~ The Voice Of The Turtle
    genre: folk, psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 39'52" size: 245 mb
    misc.: 1996


    01. "Bottleneck Blues" 3:08
    02. "Bill Cheatum" 1:56
    03. "Lewisdale Blues" 2:18
    04. "Bean Vine Blues" 2:45
    05. "Bean Vine Blues # 2" 2:51
    06. "A Raga Called Pat, pt. III" 9:05
    07. "A Raga Called Pat, pt. IV" 4:28
    08. "Train" 1:48
    09. "Je ne me suis reveillais matin pas en may" 2:23
    10. "The Story Of Dorothy Gooch, pt. I" 5:27
    11. "Nine-Pound Hammer" 2:00
    12. "Lonesome Valley" 1:43

    John Fahey – guitar
    L. Mayne Smith – banjo (on "Train")
    Mark Levine – guitar (on "Train")
    Nancy McLean – flute

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    Faces ~ 2004 ~ Five Guys Walk Into A Bar
    genre: r'n'blues
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    size: 2 g
     
     
    Disc 1 (1:17'42")
    "Flying" (Ronnie Lane, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [A]
    "On The Beach" (Ronnie Lane and Ron Wood) [B]
    "Too Bad" (Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [C]
    "If I'm On The Late Side" (Ronnie Lane and Rod Stewart) [D]
    "Debris" (Ronnie Lane) [C]
    "Jealous Guy" (John Lennon) [outtake from D]
    "Evil" (W. Dixon) [Rehearsal, 1969]
    "As Long As You Tell Him" (Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [B-side single, 1975]
    "Maggie May" (M. Quittenton and Rod Stewart) [Live/BBC, 1971]
    "Cindy Incidentally" [Alternate Mix] (Ian McLagan, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [outtake from D]
    "Maybe I'm Amazed" (Paul McCartney) [Live/BBC, 1971]
    "Insurance" (Ronnie Lane and Ron Wood) [outtake from D]
    "I Came Looking For You"+ (Ronnie Lane) [Rehearsal, 1971]
    "Last Orders Please" (Ronnie Lane) [C]
    "Wyndlesham Bay (Jodie)" (Ian McLagan, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [outtake from D]
    "I Can Feel The Fire" (Ron Wood) [Live, 1975]
    "Tonight's Number"++ (Ronnie Lane and Ron Wood) [from Mahoney's Last Stand, 1976]
    "Come See Me Baby (The Cheater)" (Ian McLagan, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [outtake from D]
    + performed by Ronnie Lane and Ian McLagan
    ++ performed by Ronnie Lane and Ronnie Wood
     
    Disc 2 (1:19'11")
    "Pool Hall Richard" (Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [A-side single, 1973]
    "You're My Girl (I Don't Want To Discuss It)" (Dick Cooper, Ernie Shelby, Beth Beatty) [Live/BBC, 1973]
    "Glad and Sorry" (Ronnie Lane) [D]
    "Shake, Shudder, Shiver" (Ronnie Lane and Ron Wood) [Rehearsal, 1969]
    "Miss Judy's Farm" (Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [Live/BBC, 1973]
    "Richmond" (Ronnie Lane) [B]
    "That's All You Need" (Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [C]
    "Rear Wheel Skid" (K. Jones, Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan and Ron Wood) [B-side single, 1970]
    "Maybe I'm Amazed" (Paul McCartney) [A-side single, 1971]
    "(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want To Be Right" (Homer Banks, Carl Hampton and R. Jackson) [outtake from D]
    "Take A Look At The Guy" (Ron Wood) [Live, 1975]
    "Flags and Banners" (Ronnie Lane and Rod Stewart) [D]
    "Bad 'N' Ruin" (Ian McLagan and Rod Stewart) [Live/BBC, 1971]
    "Around The Plynth" (Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [A]
    "Sweet Lady Mary" (Ronnie Lane, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [B]
    "Had Me A Real Good Time" (Ronnie Lane, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [B]
    "Cut Across Shorty" (Marijohn Wilkin and Wayne Walker) [Live/BBC, 1971]
     
    Disc 3 (1:14'24")
    "You're So Rude" (Ronnie Lane and Ian McLagan) [C]
    "(I Know) I'm Losing You" (Cornelius Grant, Eddie Holland, Norman Whitfield) [Live/BBC, 1971]
    "Love Lives Here" (Ronnie Lane, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [C]
    "I'd Rather Go Blind" (Bill Foster, Ellington Jordan) [Live, 1975]
    "Hi-Heel Sneakers" (Robert Higginbotham) / "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love" (Solomon Burke, Bert Berns, Jerry Wexler) [F]
    "Gettin' Hungry" (Brian Wilson, Mike Love) [F]
    "Silicone Grown" (Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [D]
    "Oh Lord I'm Browned Off" (K. Jones, Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan and Ron Wood) [B-side single, 1971]
    "Just Another Honky" (Ronnie Lane) [D]
    "Open To Ideas" (Ian McLagan, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [F]
    "Skewiff (Mend the Fuse)" (K. Jones, Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan and Ron Wood) [B-side single, 1973]
    "Too Bad" (Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [Live, 1972]
    "Rock Me" (Ian McLagan) [F]
    "Angel" (Jimi Hendrix) [Live/BBC, 1973]
    "Stay With Me" (Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [Live/BBC, 1971]
    "Ooh La La" (Ronnie Lane and Ron Wood) [D]
     
    Disc 4 (1:!6'29")
    "The Stealer" (Paul Rodgers, Andy Fraser, Paul Kossoff) [Live/BBC, 1973]
    "Around the Plynth" (Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) / "Gasoline Alley" (Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [Live/BBC, 1970]
    "You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything (Even Take the Dog For a Walk, Mend a Fuse, Fold Away the Ironing Board, or Any Other Domestic Shortcomings)" (K. Jones, Ian McLagan, Rod Stewart, Ron Wood and T. Yamauchi) [A-side single, 1975]
    "I Wish It Would Rain" (Barrett Strong, Norman Whitfield, Roger Penzabene) [Live B-side single, 1973]
    "Miss Judy's Farm" (Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [Live/BBC, 1971]
    "Love in Vain" (Robert Johnson) [Live/BBC, 1971]
    "My Fault" (Ian McLagan, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [Live/BBC, 1973]
    "I Feel So Good" (Big Bill Broonzy) [Rehearsal, 1969]
    "Miss Judy's Farm" (Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [C]
    "Three Button Hand Me Down" (Ian McLagan and Rod Stewart) [A]
    "Cindy Incidentally" (Ian McLagan, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [D]
    "Borstal Boys" (Ian McLagan, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [D]
    "Flying" (Ronnie Lane, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [Live/BBC, 1970]
    "Bad 'N' Ruin" (Ian McLagan and Rod Stewart) [B]
    "Dishevelment Blues" (K. Jones, Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [promotional flexi-disc, 1973]
    "Stay With Me" (Rod Stewart and Ron Wood) [C]
     
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    Eric Burdon & the Animals ~ 1990 ~ Roadrunners!
    genre: blues
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:14'40" size: 430 mb
     
    01. "Heartbreak Hotel (BBC 1966)" 2:36
    02. "Work Song (BBC 1996)" 2:47
    03. "Corrina Corrina (BBC 1966)" 2:42
    04. "Jailhousehouse Rock (BBC 1966)" 2:48
    05. "Roadrunner (German TV 1967)" 2:49
    06. "Gin House Blues (Monterey 1967)" 5:42
    07. "Hey Gyp (Monterey 1967)" 8:11
    08. "Shake Rattle & Roll (Festival Hall Melbourne 1967)" 4:18
    09. "When I Was Young (Festival Hall Melbourne 1967)" 3:10
    10. "See See Rider (Festival Hall Melbourne 1967)" 3:56
    11. "Rock Me Baby (Festival Hall Melbourne 1967)" 2:32
    12. "Tobacco Road (Festival Hall Melbourne 1967)" 5:28
    13. "So Long (Festival Hall Melbourne 1967)" 3:40
    14. "Inside-Looking Out (Live London 1967)" 2:59
    15. "Maudie (Live London 1967)" 4:09
    16. "San Fransican Night (Live Stockholm 1968)" 4:26
    17. "Monterey (Live Stockholm 1968)" 6:07
    18. "Paint It Black (Live Stockholm 1968)" 6:18
     
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    Eric Burdon & the Animals ~ 1968 ~ Every One Of Us
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 46'08" size: 263 mb
     
    Side 1
    "White Houses" (4:43)
    "Uppers and Downers" (0:24)
    "Serenade to a Sweet Lady" (John Weider) (6:17)
    "The Immigrant Lad" (6:15) Listen for the opening sounds from "Money' by Pink Floyd.
    "Year of the Guru" (5:25)
    Side 2
    "St. James Infirmary" (Trad., arranged by Eric Burdon) (4:15)
    "New York 1963-America 1968" (Eric Burdon & George Bruno) (19:00)
     
    All selections written by Eric Burdon except where indicated.
     
    John Weider - gtr, celeste
    Vic Briggs - gtr, bss
    Danny McCulloch - bss, vcls, 12 string
    Eric Burdon - l. vcls
    Barry Jenkins - drms, tambourine, reso-reso
    George Bruno - hammonr orgn, pno, vcls
     
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