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    Main » 2010 » November » 11



    F.G. Experimental Laboratory ~ 1975 ~ Journey Into A Dream
    genre: prog, electronic
    country: switzerland
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 52'22" size: 370 mb
    misc.: 1992
     
    ProgArchives:
    Fredy Guye is an obscure swiss keyboardist whose music is specialised in vertiginous spacey synthesised pieces. It includes a taste for concrete-neurotic sounds and church-like organs. The music delivers some astonishing lysergic moments, playing with ambiguous-liminal states created by multi textural dronescapes. It can easily be compared to Cyborg (Klaus Schulze) and to Sternzeit (Adelbert Von Deyen) with much more emphasis on religiously classical music themes. He published his first album "Journey into a dream" in 1974. One piece will be re-worked and used for the movie "Coma" (1976) directed by M. Lenherr. In 1980 is published his second and last LP.
     
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    Dulcimer ~ 1992 ~ Room for Thought
    genre: folk
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 43'12" size: 272 mb
    misc.: recorded in '71
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    Their first folk-rock album is now quite sought-after by collectors. It was produced by Larry Page (the man behind The Troggs), but is simply pleasant but unexceptional folk music, somewhat marred by Richard Todd reciting poetry over the opening track on each side. The band were from Gloucestershire and two of the album's stronger tracks are Gloucester City and Fruit Of The Musical Tree, an effective English folk Indian raga fusion.
    They also recorded a second album, Room For Thought, funded by Larry Page in 1971, but it remained unissued until 1992, when Background put it out on CD with the original artwork (Background HBG 122/6). Earlier in 1980 a privately-pressed album, A Land Fit For Heroes was released.
     
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    Dryewater ~ 1974 ~ Southpaw
    genre: heavy
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 33'30" size: 217 mb
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    From North California, an interesting rural hard rock album. Occasionally the lead vocals get a bit strained and screechy, but when the band shines it has great moments. Don't Let Her Sleep Too Long has a confident, sinister quality to it that satisfies. ~ (Clark Faville)
     
    01. "WinterGround" 3:04
    02. "Trouble" 4:06
    03. "Give Yourself Time to Live" 3:22
    04. "Don't Let Her Sleep Too Long" 2:57
    05. "Let Me Take You" 3:27
    06. "Thunder" 2:57
    07. "See Them Run" 2:05
    08. "Revelation" 2:23
    09. "Set Out on The River" 2:45
    10. "After Alll (I Ain's Sleepy)" 6:24
     
    ROBERT BLAIR bs, vcls
    RICHARD DRYE ld vcls, gtr
    SHAYE DRYE keyb'ds, vcls
    GARLAND WALKER STIDHAM drms
     
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    Views: 1289 | Date: 11.11.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    Dreams ~ 1970 ~ Dreams
    genre: jazz
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 40'20" size: 255 mb
    misc.: 1992
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    After the success met by Chicago and Blood, Sweat and Tears, it seems that Columbia tried to launch as many horn rock bands as possible. This one was formed by famous jazz musicians and Doug Lubahn (previously in Clearlight). ~ (Stephane Rebeschini)
     
    01. "Devil Lady" 3:35
    02. "15 Miles To Provo" 3:03
    03. "The Maryanne" 2:26
    04. "Holli Be Home" 5:43
    05. "Try Me" 5:10
    06. "Dream Suite" 15:21
    07. "New York" 5:00
     
    Michael Brecker - Tenor Sax & Flute
    Randy Brecker - Trumpet & Flugelhorn
    Billy Cobham - Drums & Percussion
    Jeff Kent - Keyboards, Guitar & Vocals
    Doug Lubahn - Bass & vocals
    Barry Rogers - Trombone & Wagner Tuba
    Edward Vernon - Vocals
    John Abercrombie - Lead Guitar
     
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    Views: 1388 | Date: 11.11.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (1)


    Dragonwyck ~ 1970 ~ Dragonwyck
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 55'02" size: 264 mb
    misc.: 2004
     
    Dragonwyck Recordings, 1970
    1. My Future Waits 5:38 (Staab) 
    2. Ideas Within Ton 1:47 (Staab-Brehm) 
    3. Fire Climbs 9:02 (Pettijohn) 
    4. Run To The Devil 3:55 (Staab-Brehm-Pettijohn) 
    5. God's Dream 4:40 (Staab) 
    6. Ancient Child 4:57 (Brehm-Pettijohn)
    7. The Vision 2:21 (Pettijohn)
     
    Kenneth Staab - Keyboards/Vocals; 
    Jack Boessneck - Drums; 
    Bill Pettijohn - Vocals; 
    Tom Brehm - Guitar, 
    Mike Gerchak - Bass/Vocals.
     
    Sunrise Recordings, 1968
    8. Fire Climbs 4::27 (Pettijohn) 
    9. Flowers Grow Free 3:11 (Pettijohn) 
    10. The Vision 7:02 (Pettijohn) 
    11. Anything I'd Give 3:11 (Brehm-Pettijohn) 
    12. Ancient Child 4:51 (Brehm-Pettijohn)
     
    Skip Foster - Keyboards; 
    Gary Sanger - Drums; 
    Bill Pettijohn - Vocals; 
    Tom Brehm - Guitar, 
    Pat Osines/Jeff Richards - Bass.
     
    Views: 2408 | Date: 11.11.2010 | Rating: 4.5 | Comments (2)


    Bob Downes Open Music ~ 1970 ~ Electric City
    genre: jazz, fusion
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 40'06" size: 310 mb
    misc.: japan
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    This progressive/avant-garde jazz artist has been assisted by a wide variety of artists on his releases. Only Open Music has really attracted much interest from collectors to date. Ophenian is his own record label. He also went on to compose music for the ballet 'Rambert'. He was one of the country's top flautists but moved to live on the continent in the late eighties.
    The Deep Down Heavy album is interesting, it being an amalgam of Bob Downes' music and Robert Cockburn's poetry. They collaborated on most tracks but also had their own moments; Cockburn, for example, reading extracts from his poetry. One memorable track, entitled Poplar Cheam, includes references to more than 40 underground stations with lyrics like:-
    She highgate in her wanstead
    And wapping in her bow
    And shadwell in her hackney hayes
    Makes aldwych greenwich go!
    (from Poplar Cheam)

    An underrated album for sure and something of a surprise on the Music For Pleasure label. ~ (VJ/MWh).

    Views: 2350 | Date: 11.11.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (4)


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