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    Don & The Goodtimes ~ 1967 ~ So Good
    genre: beat
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 47'54" size: 297 mb
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    Formed in Portland, Oregon in 1964 when Don Gallucci was forced to leave The Kingsmen because he was still in high school and unable to tour. Gallucei drafted in Bob Holden, a good friend of his, on drums and Holden brought with him Don McKinney, who had played sax with him in a band called The Imperials. With the bass and guitar slots filled by Dave Childs and (ex-Paul Revere & The Raiders) Pierre Oulette, The Goodtimes started out playing at The Chase in Portland, Oregon but soon became a popular regional attraction. Their debut recording in 1964 was Turn On Song, an instrumental which featured McKinney's wailing sax and Oulette's superb guitar. It became a big regional hit. However, in 1965 Oulette left to join Aesop and The Fables and was replaced by Jim Valley on guitar. As well as being one of the region's finest guitarists he was a talented songwriter and his songwriting opened up new opportunities for the group. For example, he wrote Little Sally Tease for the band, which became a gigantic regional hit and was recorded by several national acts such as The Standells and The Kingsmen. The 45 was picked up by Dunhill and the band went to L.A. to record Sweets For My Sweet and Mary Mae with P.F. Sloan and Steve Berry handling the arrangements. Whilst there they appeared on several Top TV shows. Indeed L.A. became their base until their demise.
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    Discipline ~ 1997 ~ Unfolded Like Staircase
    genre: prog
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:04'50" size: 370 mb
     
     
    01. "Canto IV (Limbo)" 13:46
    02. "Crutches" 13:09
    a. The Carrot
    b. The Silent Mirror
    c. Down the Hatch
    d. Crutches
    03. "Into The Dream" 22:02
    a. Descent
    b. Chock Full O'Guts
    c. Drawn and Quartered
    d. Clearing
    e. Stealing the Key
    f. Sum Music
    g. Turtles All the Way Down
    04. "Before The Storm Part 1" 5:21
    a. The Ocean
    b. The Storm
    05. "Before The Storm Part 2" 10:31
     
    Matthew Parmenter (the Player) - vocals; keyboards; violin; sax; chimes
    Jon Preston Bouda (the 1st Minstrel) - guitars
    Paul Dzendzel (the 2nd Minstrel) - drums
    Mathew Kennedy (the 3rd Minstrel) - bass
     
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    Views: 1782 | Date: 10.11.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (0)


    Dežo Ursiny ~ 1973 ~ Provisorium
    genre: psych, prog
    country: slovakia
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 38'19" size: 222 mb
    misc.: 1995
     
    Scented Gardens of Mind:
    Dežo Ursiny was a veteran from the Bratislava beat scene of the sixties, playing in groups such as The Beatmen and The Soulmen. The latter released a 4-track EP on Panton in 1967.
    The backing group Provisorium was formed in 1972 and included the rhythm section of recently disbanded Flamengo (Kulhánek and Šedivý). The 1973 album is quite remarkable, a mature classical pop attempt resembling David Bowie at the time of  Space Oddity, but with more jazzy sophistication than this. Even more remarkable was the use of English lyrics, which at the time usually meant being banned by the authorities. The orchestration on this album is really beautiful on the 20-minute track "Christmas Time". This album tends to be overlooked by collectors of Czech progressive rock, but truely belongs among the best and most integrated works.
    The two later albums have lyrics in Slovakian and are enjoyable for their melodic, nocturnal jazz-rock songs with tasteful keyboard contributions from Jaroslav Filip
     
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    Jackie Deshannon ~ 1964 ~ Breakin' It Up on the Beatles Tour!
    genre: pop
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 47'46" size: 320 mb
    misc.: 2005
     
     
    01. "Needles And Pins" 2:40
    02. "She Don't Understand Him Like I Do" 3:12
    03. "Should I Cry" 2:28
    04. "Did He Call Today,Mama" 2:13
    05. "You Won't Forget Me" 2:13
    06. "Hold Your Head High" 2:42
    07. "When You Walk In The Room" 2:39
    08. "The Prince" 2:37
    09. "Oh,Boy" 1:51
    10. "He's Got The Whole World In His Hands" 2:21
    11. "It's Love Baby ( 24 Hours A Day)" 2:30
    12. "Over You" 2:02
    bonus:
    13. "Till You Say You'll Be Mine" 2:41
    14. "I'm Looking For Someone To Love" 2:05
    15. "Mean Old Frisco" 2:18
    16. "Today Will Have No Night" 2:36
    17. "Give Me A Break" 2:16
    18. "Maybe Baby" 1:59
    19. "Try To Forget Him" 2:05
    20. "Breakaway" 2:18
     
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    the Enid ~ 1979 ~ Touch Me
    genre: sympho prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 53'17" size: 226 mb
     
     
    1. Charades: (21:59) 
    i) Humouresque (6:17) 
    ii) Cortege (5:11) 
    iii) Elegy (Touch me) (3:17) 
    iv) Gallavant (7:14) 
    2. Albion fair (16:26) 
    Bonus track on cd release: 
    3. Joined by the heart (side 1) (Solo release by Robert Godfrey) (14:45)
     
    Robert John Godfrey / keyboards
    William Gilmour / keyboards
    Francis Lickerish / guitars
    Stephen Stewart / guitars, percussion
    David Storey / drums, percussion
    Terry Pack / bass guitar 
     
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    England ~ 1976 ~ England
    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 40'15" size: 248 mb
    misc.: 2003
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    A privately-pressed hard-riffing guitar rock album which featured some fine guitarwork and some strong material with The Osprey and How Does It Feel among the highlights. Worth seeking out but currently valued by 'Record Collector' at around £250.
     
    01. "The Osprey" 4:11
    02. "Keswick Line" 5:23
    03. "Out Of Town" 4:16
    04. "Beauty & The Beast" 5:47
    05. "Paradise Lost" 4:50
    06. "How Does It Feel?" 4:00
    07. "Nature Ruled" 4:48
    08. "The Fleece" 3:47
    09. "Life And Soul" 3:11
     
    All songs written by Oily Alcock Except 6 Rea/Alcock 
     
    Oily Alcock • Guitars/Lead Vocal 
    Ben Eggleston • Bass/Vocals 
    Phil Cook • Drums 
    +
    Paul Rossiter • Tenor Sax on 4, Soprano Sax on 7
     
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    Views: 1308 | Date: 10.11.2010 | Rating: 4.5 | Comments (1)


    Emmanuel Booz ~ 1979 ~ Dans Quel Etat j'Erre
    genre: prog
    country: france
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 34'43" size: 261 mb
    misc.: japan
     
    Scented Gardens of Mind:
    This is one of the best known French rock poets, meaning you'll need a good understanding of the language to really appreciate his albums. His style is vaguely similar to Pete Brown or Daevid Allen, distinguished by emotional verbal rantings. His first album was centered around a 20-minute French version (lyrics by Boris Bergman) of Arlo Guthrie's composition "Alice's Restaurant", supervised by Guthrie himself. This album has period charm to a certain degree, although Booz's style developed enormously on subsequent efforts.
    Le Jour où les Vaches...  was much stronger musically with some illustrious orchestral arrangements by William Sheller. The overall feeling is frequently disturbing and unsettled. Emmanuel Booz is generally considered to be one of the leading French singer-poets of the seventies.
     
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    Elias Hulk ~ 1970 ~ Unchained
    genre: heavy psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 30'56" size: 169 mb
    misc.: japan
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    This rare hard rock album, very much in the mould of Leaf Hound, now changes hands for considerable sums. It's full of endless riffs, tortured blues vocals and drum and bass solos. Frankly, I found this all rather tedious!
     
    1. Anthology Of Dreams 
    2. Nightmare 
    3. Been Around Too Long 
    4. Yesterday's Trip 
    5. We Can Fly 
    6. Free 
    7. Delhi Blues 
    8. Ain't Got You
     
    Granville Frazer / Guitar
    James Haines /Bass
    Bernard James / Drums
    Neil Tatum /Guitar
    Peter Thorpe / Vocals
     
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    Views: 1910 | Date: 10.11.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (4)


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