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    Christopher ~ 1969 ~ What'cha Gonna Do
    genre: rock
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 37'00" size: 223 mb
    misc.: 1999
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    This is another fine album by an entirely different band, from North Carolina. Only 100 copies were pressed originally making it an ultra rarity, although the recent reissues on Rockadelic/Atlas will bring it to the attention of a wider audience. There's lots of good guitar work on this album, from the fuzz psych of Holiday (with its effective drumming) and Modern Day Oracle to the bluesy guitar on Day Of Sunshine and the title cut and the more melodic and mellow mood of The Great Clock and Fugue. Recommended. ~ (Vernon Joynson / Max Waller)
     
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    Christie ~ 1970 ~ Christie
    genre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'07" size: 223 mb
    misc.: 1995
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    A pop group best remembered for their No 1 hit Yellow River, a song originally written for The Tremeloes (who featured Mike Blakely's brother Alan). When The Tremeloes procrastinated Jeff Christie, who'd written the song, decided to record it himself and the rest is history. Christie had evolved out of The Epics and Jeff Christie himself had earlier been in several bands including The Outer Limits. Mike Blakely had been in The BlossomsSan Bernadino, another highly commercial song, gave them another Top Ten hit, but after one further minor hit Iron Horse, they faded from from the spotlight.
    Their 45s Man Of Many FacesMagic Highway and Peace Lovin' Man were all taken from their second album, For All Mankind. Aside from the title track, which has been described as outstanding, other strong tracks are Picture Painter and Martian King.
    By the time of the Iron Horse 45 was released, Christie had expanded to a foursome with Len Lumin as the new member. After they disbanded, Jeff Christie released two solo 45s: Both Ends Of The Rainbow and Tightrope. ~ (Vernon Joynson / Ray Chan)
     
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    Chil ~ 1970 ~ Rubarby Feeling
    genre: kraut
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, scans)
    time: 41'29" size: 203 mb
    misc.: 1997
     
    Obscure german band (english lyrics).
     
    01. "Some Rhubarby Feeling" 1:14
    02. "My Illusions" 3:20
    03. "You Gave Me Bread" 4:56
    04. "You Gave Me Water Too" 0:55
    05. "Out Blues" 2:22
    06. "Evening Song" 0:45
    07. "Living It Unlimited" 8:31
    08. "Where's Our Home" 4:22
    09. "Waves Everything Too" 1:58
    10. "Too Many Faces" 3:54
    11. "Avignon" 2:08
    12. "Rubarby Feeling" 7:05
     
    Chil:  klavier, orgel, gesang, schlagzeug, bongos, elektrische und akustische gitarre, balalaika, xylophon, flote, triangel
    Heini Zwahlen:   elektrische gitarre in You gave me bread, Waves / everything you, Avignon und Rhubarby feeling
    Stefan Genner:  geige in You gave me bread
    Max Schneider: high-hat in Living it unlimited
    Vreni Keller: chor in Where's our home
    Thomas Meyer: geige in Living it unlimited
     
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    the Chiffons ~ 1993 ~ One Fine Day
    genre: pop
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 59'01" size: 309 mb
     
    01. "He's So Fine" 1:54
    02. "One Fine Day" 2:10
    03. "My Block" 2:42
    04. "A Love So Fine" 1:55
    05. "When The Boy'S Happy (The Girl'S Happy Too)" 2:15
    06. "I Have A Boyfriend" 2:07
    07. "Sailor Boy" 2:57
    08. "Nobody Knows What'S Goin' On (In My Mind But Me)" 2:23
    09. "Sweet Talkin' Guy" 2:28
    10. "Out Of This World" 2:11
    11. "Stop Look And Listen" 2:38
    12. "My Boyfriend'S Back" 2:07
    13. "Oh My Lover" 1:46
    14. "Mystic Voice" 1:37
    15. "Up On The Bridge" 3:00
    16. "Did You Ever Go Steady" 2:21
    17. "March" 2:19
    18. "Keep The Boy Happy" 1:53
    19. "The Real Thing" 2:17
    20. "I'm Gonna Dry My Eyes" 2:17
    21. "Open Your Eyes (I Will Be There)" 2:14
    22. "The Heavenly Place" 2:29
    23. "Teach Me How" 2:35
    24. "If I Knew Then (What I Know Now)" 2:53
    25. "Lucky Me" 1:45
    26. "Tonight I Met An Angel" 1:44
     
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    Chicken Bones ~ 1975 ~ Hardrock In Concert
    genre: heavy
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:04'14" size: 388 mb
    misc.: 1997
     
    the Crack in the Cosmic Egg:
    These were an obscure heavy progressive, who almost certainly had their roots in the late-1960's, and were definitely inspired by Jimi Hendrix and early British bands, like Back Sabbath, Tractor, et al., but were notably much more free and improvised. Despite the title of their album, Chicken Bones were not at all mundane hard rock, but were highly creative and often moved very close to May Blitz, early UFO or Cargo, but with lots of nice moves and flowery guitar work-outs. Basic, and gutsy admittedly, Chicken Bones were a lot better than the reputation that preceded them, and their album became quite a sought after obscurity.
    Chicken Bones existed in various forms for around a decade, afterwards ending up as the vastly inferior more metal oriented Revanche, then eventually disbanding in the 1980's.
     
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    Blood Sweat & Tears ~ 1971 ~ BS&T 4
    genre: jazz
    country: us
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, scans)
    time: 41'02" size: 261 mb

    "Go Down Gamblin'" (David Clayton-Thomas) – 4:14
    "Cowboys and Indians" (Dick Halligan, Terry Kirkman) – 3:07
    "John The Baptist (Holy John)" (Al Kooper, Phyllis Major) – 3:35
    "Redemption" (Halligan, Clayton-Thomas) – 5:11
    "Lisa, Listen To Me" (Halligan, Clayton-Thomas) – 2:58
    "A Look To My Heart" (Fred Lipsius) – 0:52
    "High On A Mountain" (Steve Katz) – 3:13
    "Valentine's Day" (Katz) – 3:56
    "Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While)" (Holland-Dozier-Holland) – 3:27
    "For My Lady" (Katz) – 3:23
    "Mama Gets High" (Dave Bargeron, Katz) – 4:09
    "A Look To My Heart" (Lipsius) – 2:07

    Dave Bargeron - trombone, tuba, bass trombone, baritone horn, acoustic bass
    David Clayton-Thomas - lead vocals except as noted, guitar on "Go Down Gamblin'"
    Bobby Colomby - drums, percussion
    Jim Fielder - bass, guitar on "Redemption"
    Dick Halligan - organ, trombone, piano, flute
    Steve Katz - electric guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica, mandolin, lead vocals on "Valentine's Day"
    Fred Lipsius - alto saxophone, piano, organ, clarinet
    Lew Soloff - trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet
    Chuck Winfield - trumpet, flugelhorn
    Additional musicians:
    Don Heckman - clarinet, bass clarinet ("Valentine's Day" and "For My Lady")
    Michael Smith - congas ("Redemption")

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    Blood Sweat & Tears ~ 1968 ~ Child is Father to the Man
    genre: jazz
    country: us
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, scans)
    time: 49'13" size: 297 mb

    "Overture" (Kooper) – 1:32
    "I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know" (Kooper) – 5:57
    "Morning Glory" (Larry Beckett, Tim Buckley) – 4:16
    "My Days Are Numbered" (Kooper) – 3:19
    "Without Her" (Harry Nilsson) – 2:41
    "Just One Smile" (Randy Newman) – 4:38
    "I Can't Quit Her" (Kooper, I. Levine) – 3:38
    "Meagan's Gypsy Eyes" (Steve Katz) – 3:24
    "Somethin' Goin' On" (Kooper) – 8:00
    "House in the Country" (Kooper) – 3:04
    "The Modern Adventures of Plato, Diogenes and Freud" (Kooper) – 4:12
    "So Much Love/Underture" (Gerry Goffin, Carole King) – 4:47

    Randy Brecker - trumpet, flugelhorn
    Bobby Colomby - drums, percussion, vocals
    Jim Fielder - bass guitar, fretless bass guitar
    Dick Halligan - trombone
    Steve Katz - guitar, lute, vocals
    Al Kooper - organ, piano, ondioline, vocals
    Fred Lipsius - piano, alto saxophone
    Jerry Weiss - trumpet, flugelhorn, vocals
    Additional musicians:
    Anahid Ajemian - violin
    Fred Catero - sound effects
    Harold Coletta - viola
    Paul Gershman - violin
    Al Gorgoni - organ, guitar, vocals
    Manny Green - violin
    Julie Held - violin
    Doug James - shaker
    Harry Katzman - violin
    Leo Kruczek - violin
    Harry Lookofsky - violin
    Charles McCracken - cello
    Melba Moorman - choir, chorus
    Gene Orloff - violin
    Valerie Simpson - choir, chorus
    Alan Schulman - cello
    John Simon - organ, piano, conductor, cowbell
    The Manny Vardi Strings


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    Chicago ~ 1970 ~ Chicago
    genre: jazz
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 1:13'20" size: 479 mb
    misc.: 2002
     
    Side one
    "Movin' In" (James Pankow) – 4:06 Lead singer: Terry Kath
    "The Road" (Terry Kath) – 3:10 Lead singer: Peter Cetera
    "Poem for the People" (Robert Lamm) – 5:31 Lead singer: Robert Lamm
    "In the Country" (Kath) – 6:34 Lead singers: Terry Kath and Peter Cetera
    Side two
    "Wake Up Sunshine" (Lamm) – 2:29 Lead singers: Robert Lamm and Peter Cetera
    "Ballet for a Girl in Buchannon" (Pankow) - 12:55 
    "Make Me Smile" – 4:40 Lead singer: Terry Kath
    "So Much to Say, So Much to Give" – 1:12 Lead singer: Robert Lamm
    "Anxiety's Moment" – 1:01 Instrumental
    "West Virginia Fantasies" – 1:34 Instrumental
    "Colour My World" – 3:01 Lead singer: Terry Kath
    "To Be Free" – 1:15 Instrumental
    "Now More Than Ever" – 1:26 Lead singer: Terry Kath
    Side three
    "Fancy Colours" (Lamm) – 5:10 Lead singer: Peter Cetera
    "25 or 6 to 4" (Lamm) – 4:50 Lead singer: Peter Cetera
    "Memories of Love" - 9:12 
    "Prelude" (Kath/Peter Matz) – 1:10 Instrumental
    "A.M. Mourning" (Kath/Matz) – 2:05 Instrumental
    "P.M. Mourning" (Kath/Matz) – 1:58 Instrumental
    "Memories of Love" (Kath) – 3:59 Lead singer: Terry Kath
    Side four
    "It Better End Soon" - 10:24 
    "1st Movement" (Lamm) – 2:33 Lead singer: Terry Kath
    "2nd Movement" (Lamm/Walter Parazaider) – 3:41 Instrumental
    "3rd Movement" (Lamm/Kath) – 3:19 lead singer: Terry Kath
    "4th Movement" (Lamm) – 0:51 lead singer: Terry Kath
    "Where Do We Go From Here" (Peter Cetera) – 2:49 Lead singer: Peter Cetera
    Bonus tracks :
    "Make Me Smile (Single version)" – 2:58
    "25 or 6 to 4 (Single version)" – 2:51
     
    Peter Cetera – bass, vocals
    Terry Kath – guitar, vocals
    Robert Lamm – keyboard, vocals
    Lee Loughnane – trumpet, vocals
    James Pankow – trombone
    Walter Parazaider – woodwinds, vocals
    Danny Seraphine – drums
     
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    Chicago ~ 1969 ~ Chicago Transit Authority
    genre: jazz
    country: us
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:16'33" size: 480 mb
     
    Side one
    1. "Introduction" – 6:35 (Terry Kath)
    Lead singer: Terry Kath
    2. "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" – 4:35 (Robert Lamm)
    Lead singer: Robert Lamm
    3. "Beginnings" – 7:54 (Robert Lamm)
    Lead singer: Robert Lamm
    Side two
    4. "Questions 67 and 68" – 5:03 (Robert Lamm)
    Lead singers: Peter Cetera and Robert Lamm
    5. "Listen" – 3:22 (Robert Lamm)
    Lead singer: Robert Lamm
    6. "Poem 58" – 8:35 (Robert Lamm)
    Lead singer: Robert Lamm
    Side three
    7. "Free Form Guitar" – 6:47 (Terry Kath)
    instrumental
    8. "South California Purples" – 6:11 (Robert Lamm)
    Lead singer: Robert Lamm
    9. "I'm A Man" – 7:43 (Steve Winwood/James Miller) Spencer Davis Group cover.
    Lead singers: Terry Kath, Peter Cetera, and Robert Lamm
    Side four
    10. "Prologue (August 29, 1968)" – 0:58 (James William Guercio)
    11. "Someday (August 29, 1968)" – 4:11 (James Pankow/Robert Lamm)
    Lead singers: Robert Lamm and Peter Cetera
    12. "Liberation" – 14:38 (James Pankow)
     
    Peter Cetera - bass, vocals
    Terry Kath - guitar, vocals
    Robert Lamm - keyboard, vocals
    Lee Loughnane - trumpet, vocals
    James Pankow - trombone
    Walter Parazaider - woodwinds, vocals
    Danny Seraphine - drums
     
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    Charlee ~ 1972 ~ Charlee
    genre: heavy blues
    country: canada
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 34'54" size: 239 mb
    misc.: 1995
     
    Dreams Fantasies & Nightmares:
    A Montreal, Quebec-based hard rock band. They included Walter Rossi, who was previously with Influence and who later released several other solo albums after 1976 and played on Wilson Pickett's I Want You album in 1979. He is also rumoured to have played on Thee Muffins obscure garage album Pop Up!.
    Their album, which got a U.S. release on Mind Dust four years after its initial Canadian exposure, is full of good pulsating hard rock numbers featuring lots of superb guitar work from the hands of Walter Rossi. The instrumental opening cut, Wizard, sets the tone and driving hard rockers like Lord Knows I've Won, the imaginativeJust You And Me and Wheel Of FortuneLet's Keep Silent is notable for lots of fuzz guitar work and A Way To Die is a slower song featuring lots of Rossi's fine guitar work. All bar one cut were penned by Rossi (four were co-written with Danny Ippersiel). An album well worth checking out.
    Rossi was later in Moonquake.
     
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    Les Champignons ~ 1972 ~ Premiere Capsule
    genre: psych, prog
    country: canada
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 38'48" size: 259 mb
     
    Dreams Fantasies & Nightmares:
    A Quebec band. Their album opens with Dynamite, a good guitar driven instrumental. The stand-out track on side one is Le Ghetto Noir, a slow bluesy number with some very pleasant guitar. Réve Futur has some good fuzz guitar work and Le Train some plesant flute passages courtesy of Emilé Naud. Side two is dominated by the haunting eleven and a half minute experimental progressive number, La Château Hante and concluded by two instrumentals, Folies Du Mercrediand Pop-pino.
     
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    Chad & Jeremy ~ 1967 ~ Of Cabbages And Kings
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 59'16" size: 336 mb
    misc.: japan
     
    01. "Reat In Peace" 6:49
    02. "The Gentle Cold Of Down" 3:52
    03. "Busman's Holiday" 3:27
    04. "Can I See You" 3:50
    05. "Family Way" 2:49
    06. "I'll Get Around To It When And If I Can" 2:43
    07. "Prologue" 5:50
    08. "Decline" 4:09
    09. "Editorial" 2:58
    10. "Fall" 8:32
    11. "Epilogue" 5:11
    12. "Rest In Peace (Mono Single Version)" 3:20
    13. "Family Way (Mono Single Version)" 2:49
    14. "Editorial (Mono Single Version)" 2:56
     
    Chad Stuart, Jeremy Clyde (vocals)
    + no info
     
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    Caravan ~ 1973 ~ For Girls Who Grow Plump In The Night
    genre: canterbury
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 45'56" size: 315 mb
    misc.: 1990

    01. Memory Lain, Hugh , Headloss 9:20
    02. Hoedown 3:20
    03. Surprise, Surprise 4:07
    04. C'Thlu Thlu 6:15
    05. The Dog, The Dog, He's At It Again 5:59
    06. Be All Right , Chance Of A Lifetime 6:38
    07. L'Auberge Du Sanglier , A Hunting We Shall Go , Pengola , Backwards , A Hunting We Shall Go (Reprise) 10:07

    Pye Hastings – singer, vocals, guitar
    Geoff Richardson – viola
    David Sinclair – organ, piano, electric piano, Davoli synthesizer, A.R.P. synthesizer on (2)
    John G. Perry – bass guitar, vocals, percussion
    Richard Coughlan – drums, percussion, timpani
    with
    Rupert Hine – A.R.P. synthesizer (1, 2 & 6)
    Frank Ricotti – congas (2, 3, 5, 7)
    Jimmy Hastings – Flute (1)
    Paul Buckmaster – electric cello (7)
    Tony Coe – clarinet, tenor sax (1)
    Pete King – flute, alto sax (1)
    Harry Klein – clarinet, baritone sax (1)
    Henry Lowther – trumpet (1)
    Jill Pryor – voice (5)
    Chris Pyne – trombone (1)
    Barry Robinson – piccolo (1)
    Tom Whittle – clarinet, tenor sax (1)
    Orchestra arranged by John Bell and Martyn Ford, conducted by Martyn Ford

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