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    Graeme Edge Band ~ 1977 ~ Paradise Ballroom
    genre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 37'57" size: 222 mb
     
     
    01. "Paradise Ballroom" 8:17
    02. "Human" 6:08
    03. "Everybosy Needs Somebody" 3:24
    04. "All in Fair" 5:06
    05. "Down, Down, Down" 5:55
    06. "In the Night of the Light" 3:08
    07. "Caroline" 5:58
     
    Adrian Gurvitz / vocals, guitars
    Paul Gurvitz / bass, vocals
    Graeme Edge / drums
     
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    Czerwone Gitary ~ 1966 ~ To Właśnie My
    genre: beat
    country: poland
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 41'38" size: 250 mb
    misc.: 1993
     
    Scented Gardens of Mind:
    In the sixties Czerwone Gitary were the Polish answer to The Beatles, strongly influenced by their 1964-65 period (and playing a lot of cover versions). The group was formed by Jerzy Kossela along with three other ex-members of Niebiesko-Czarni plus a new drummer. The name translates into The Red Guitars, relating to the fact that the only electric guitars available in Warsaw at the time were red guitars made in Czechoslovakia. Spokoj Serca (1971) should be their most interesting alburn for readers of this book, as it contained heavier sounds such as fuzz guitar and violin rather than the mediocre orchestrated pop songs of their mid-70's albums.
     
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    Curved Air ~ 1973 ~ Air Cut
    genre: prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'40" size: 238 mb
     
     
    Air Cut is the fourth studio album by Curved Air and was recorded in 1973. following the departure of three of the band's founder members. Only Sonja Kristina and Mike Wedgwood remained in the band from their previous album and Air Cut took them in a more rock-oriented direction
     
    Side One
    1. "The Purple Speed Queen"   Kirby, Kristina Kirby 3:20
    2. "Elfin Boy"   Kristina Jobson 4:20
    3. "Metamorphosis"   Kristina Jobson 10:30
    4. "World"   Wedgwood Wedgwood 1:32
    Side Two
    1. "Armin"   Jobson, Wedgwood, Kirby, Russell 3:16
    2. "U.H.F."   Wedgwood Wedgwood 6:06
    3. "Two-Three-Two"   Wedgwood Wedgwood 4:10
    4. "Easy"   Kristina Kristina 6:45
     
    Sonja Kristina – vocals, acoustic guitar
    Kirby – guitars, vocals - later a member of Stretch
    Jim Russell – percussion - later a member of Stretch
    Eddie Jobson – electric violin, VCS3 synthesizer, mellotron, grand piano, organ, electric piano, harpsichord, vocals
    Mike Wedgwood – bass guitar, vocals
     
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    the Cryan' Shames ~ 1966 ~ Sugar & Spice
    genre: beat
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 41'19" size: 187 mb
    misc.: 2002
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    Originally known as The Travelers, this Chicago-based act were clearly influenced by the British music invasion. Indeed it was their cover version of Sugar And Spice, which had given The Searchers a big U.K. hit back in 1963, which attracted the attention of Columbia, leading them to take over the distribution of their 45. A latter cover of Lennon-McCanney's You're Gonna Loose That Girl, which was probably intended as the follow-up, got lost somewhere in their switch from Destination to Columbia and only got an airing much later when Happy Tiger included it on their Early Chicago compilation.
    After signing to Columbia they concentrated on putting out their first album which had a considerable Byrds influence and some good original compositions, notably Jim Fair's Ben Franklin's Almanac. It also contained some well done cover versions of classics like, Hey Joelf l Needed SomeoneWe Gotta Get Out Of This PlaceWe'll Meet Again and She Don't Care About Time. It peaked at No. 192 in the U.S. Album Charts.
    Gerry Stone was drafted and further line-up changes took place before they began work on a second album. The result was rather bland but a marked advance in terms of production and harmony. Commercially it was more successful than their first, climbing to No. 156. Meanwhile they enjoyed a minor 45 hit with It Could Be We Are In Love - one of their more inventive singles. Like the follow-up, Up On The Roof, it made the No. 85 spot.
    Their third album Synthesis had strong material and lavish instrumentation but could only manage No 184 in the Album Charts. For this release Dave Carter had joined from the recently disbanded Saturday's Children.
    In 1969, Carter, Kerley, and Dawson joined with members of Aorta to do an album of Navy public service spots under the moniker Aorta/Cryin' Shames Ensemble. The following year the band called it quits.
    Isaac Guillory gave it a go solo and issued at least one 45 (Sidewalks Of America/Steamboat on Atlantic (UK 10442) (UK #) in 1974) and an LP, Isaac Guilloly (Atlantic SD 7307) 1974, in the folky 'singer-songwriter' mould. In the nineties Jim Pilster, who got his nickname because he had a hook instead of a left hand was still singing for a re-formed The Cryan Shames, for which Tom Doody also makes occasional appearances. ~ (Vernon Joynson / Max Waller / Lloyd Peasley)
     
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    Crowd ~ 2007 ~ Another Concert Somewhere
    genre: heavy blues
    country: denmark
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 49'23" size: 309 mb
    misc.: rec. '68/'69
     
    A 4 piece band from Denmark. This CD compiles a live concert from '68 + their single. All heavy guitar driven rock ala JIMI HENDRIX and CREAM with lots of wah-wah fuzz and English vocals.
     
    01. "Crossroads" 4:31
    02. "Hight Time Baby" 3:40
    03. "Look Out" 3:22
    04. "I Got A Mind Of Own" 3:44
    05. "Crowd Jam" 5:24
    06. "Sunshine Of Your Love" 4:08
    07. "Medley (Please Do Something, Four Until Late)" 6:09
    08. "Searching For My Baby" 3:48
    09. "Hush" 4:13
    10. "This Hammer" 2:30
    11. "Love Is Blue" 2:46
    12. "Loving You (Single)" 2:34
    13. "Then The Heartaches Begin (Single)" 2:32

    Per Vinter - Vocals 
    John Vammen - Lead Guitar 
    Lars Nygård - Rhythm Guitar 
    Poul Ankjær - Drums 
    Peter Brander - Bass 
    Jens Tex Kaptain - Organ
     
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    Views: 2459 | Date: 07.11.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (2)


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