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    Main » 2010 » November » 28



    Roger Waters ~ 1984 ~ The Pros & Cons Of Hitch Hiking
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 42'14" size: 209 mb
     
    Side one
    1. "4:30 AM (Apparently They Were Travelling Abroad)"   3:12
    2. "4:33 AM (Running Shoes)"   4:08
    3. "4:37 AM (Arabs with Knives and West German Skies)"   2:17
    4. "4:39 AM (For the First Time Today, Part 2)"   2:02
    5. "4:41 AM (Sexual Revolution)"   4:49
    6. "4:47 AM (The Remains of Our Love)"   3:09
    Side two
    1. "4:50 AM (Go Fishing)"   6:59
    2. "4:56 AM (For the First Time Today, Part 1)"   1:38
    3. "4:58 AM (Dunroamin, Duncarin, Dunlivin)"   3:03
    4. "5:01 AM (The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking, Part 10)"   4:36
    5. "5:06 AM (Every Stranger's Eyes)"   4:48
    6. "5:11 AM (The Moment of Clarity)"   1:28
     
    All songs written and composed by Roger Waters. 
     
    Roger Waters – bass guitar, rhythm guitar, tape effects, lead vocals
    Eric Clapton – lead guitar, backing vocals, Roland guitar synthesizer
    Ray Cooper – percussion
    Andy Newmark – drums, percussion
    David Sanborn – saxophone
    Michael Kamen – piano
    Andy Bown – hammond organ, 12-string guitar
    Madeline Bell, Katie Kissoon, Doreen Chanter – backing vocals
    The National Philharmonic Orchestra, Conducted and Arranged by Michael Kamen
     
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    Volapük ~ 1997 ~ Slang!
    genre: avant, rio
    country: france
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 43'08" size: 289 mb
     
    ProgArchives:
    Volapük is exactly in the same inspiration as the other projects and musical deliriums of drummer Guigou CHENEVRIER. After ETRON FOU LELOUBLAN or even LES BATTERIES, the music is clearly RIO with instruments such as violin, bass, clarinet, cello, flute, harmonium and drums. The most unique element of Volapük is their melodic sense in abstract music. The music is catchy while pushing the envelope. This is a difficult balancing act but one Volapük is very successful at.
     
    Views: 1367 | Date: 28.11.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    the V.I.P.s ~ 2006 ~ The Complete V.I.P.s
    genre: r&b, beat
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    size: 342 mb
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    This mid-sixties four-piece from Carlisle also included Keith Emerson for a few weeks before he formed The Nice. Initially an R&B outfit they formed in 1963 and recorded the first two of three reputedly fine singles. They are also recorded a one-sided acetate for the Surrey-based Oak label, How Many, and a couple of other acetates on EMIDISC. In December 1966 Kenyon (later of Junkyard Angels), Johnstone and Henshaw all left and a new line-up recorded the final 45 for Island and a US-only 45, Mercy, Mercy, before Emerson departed to form The Nice. A limited edition European EP on Kos Records has given another airing to both sides of the Mercy, Mercy 45 and Sad Story and Blue Feeling, two of the EMIDISC acetates. They changed their name to Art in 1967 and later became Spooky Tooth.
     
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    the Velvet Underground ~ 1986 ~ Another View
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 36'37" size: 206 mb
    misc.: rec. 67-69
     
    ANOTHER VIEW works as that one final glimpse at the Velvet Underground -- another insight into the various aspects that made the band great, and another pang of regret that they were never given their due in their time. In the sweltering guitars of the instrumental "Guess I'm Falling in Love" and the edginess of "Hey Mr. Rain," we get the chaotic side of the Velvet Underground. This is the John Cale-era group that conquered sonic landscapes and continues to inspire musicians over 40 years later. The Velvets' quieter, pop-oriented side comes out in the delicacy of "Ride into the Sun" and the upbeat feel of "We're Gonna Have a Real Good Time Together." These tracks show the band at its more accessible stage, around the recording of the self-titled third album. Gorgeous and bizarre, deranged and dreamy, ANOTHER VIEW is a must for any collector of the Velvet Underground.
     
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    Beauregarde ~ 1971 ~ Beauregarde
    genre: rock
    country: us
    quality: mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 32'36" size: 85 mb
     
    Wiki:
    His wrestling career began in 1963 and by 1970 he had become one of the biggest names on the Pacific Northwest Wrestling circuit. He was renowned for his unique wrestling moves (and finishing move The Thumb) and crazy on-stage characters he created for himself. On match days he would find a historic figure whose date of birth fell on that day and pretend to be them during the match and in interviews.
    In 1971, he released an album bearing his stage name, "Beauregarde" featuring Greg Sage of the Wipers on guitar. Beauregarde enlisted Sage (then 17) after overhearing him playing guitar for a friend's band at Sound Productions studio in Portland.
     
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    the Beatles ~ 1969 ~ Yellow Submarine
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'58" size: 237 mb
    misc.: blue box
     
    Side one
    1. "Yellow Submarine" (originally from Revolver) Starr 2:40
    2. "Only a Northern Song" (mono) George Harrison Harrison 3:24
    3. "All Together Now"   McCartney with Lennon 2:11
    4. "Hey Bulldog"   Lennon 3:11
    5. "It's All Too Much"   Harrison Harrison 6:25
    6. "All You Need Is Love" (originally a 1967 single) Lennon 3:51
     
    All songs written and composed by Lennon/McCartney, except where noted. 
     
    Side two
    1. "Pepperland"   2:21
    2. "Sea of Time"  3:00
    3. "Sea of Holes"  2:17
    4. "Sea of Monsters" 3:37
    5. "March of the Meanies"  2:22
    6. "Pepperland Laid Waste" 2:19
    7. "Yellow Submarine in Pepperland"   Lennon/McCartney, arranged by Martin 2:13
     
    All songs written and composed by George Martin, except where noted. 
     
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    the Beatles ~ 1967 ~ Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'36" size: 251 mb
    misc.: blue box
     
    Side one
    1. "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"   2:00
    2. "With a Little Help from My Friends"   2:43
    3. "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"   3:26
    4. "Getting Better"   2:47
    5. "Fixing a Hole"   2:35
    6. "She's Leaving Home"   3:33
    7. "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!"   2:35
    Side two
    1. "Within You Without You" (George Harrison) 5:05
    2. "When I'm Sixty-Four"   2:37
    3. "Lovely Rita"   2:41
    4. "Good Morning Good Morning"   2:42
    5. "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)"   1:19
    6. "A Day in the Life"   5:04
     
    All songs written and composed by Lennon/McCartney except where noted.
     
    John Lennon – lead, harmony and background vocals; lead, rhythm and acoustic guitars; Hammond organ and piano; bass guitar; handclaps, harmonica, tape loops, sound effects and kazoo; tambourine and maracas
    Paul McCartney – lead, harmony and background vocals; lead electric and acoustic guitars; bass guitar; piano and Hammond organ; handclaps, vocalisations, tape loops, sound effects and kazoo
    George Harrison – lead, rhythm, acoustic and bass guitars; sitar; lead, harmony and background vocals; tamboura; harmonica and kazoo; handclaps; maracas
    Ringo Starr – drums, congas, tambourine, maracas, handclaps and tubular bells; lead vocals; harmonica and kazoo; final piano E chord
     
    Additional musicians:
    Neil Aspinall – tamboura and harmonica
    Geoff Emerick – recording and mixing engineer; tape loops and sound effects
    Mal Evans – counting, alarm clock and final piano E chord
    Matthew Deyell – tambourine
    George Martin – producer and mixer; tape loops and sound effects; harpsichord (on "Fixing a Hole"), harmonium, Lowry organ and glockenspiel (on "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!"), Hammond organ (on "With a Little Help from My Friends"), and piano (on "Getting Better" and the solo in "Lovely Rita"); final harmonium chord.
    Session musicians – four French horns on "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", (Neill Sanders, James W. Buck, John Burden, Tony Randall),[28] arranged and conducted by Martin and McCartney; string section and harp on "She's Leaving Home", arranged by Mike Leander and conducted by Martin; harmonium, tabla, sitar, dilruba, eight violins and four cellos on "Within You, Without You", arranged and conducted by Harrison and Martin; clarinet trio on "When I'm Sixty Four", as arranged and conducted by Martin and McCartney; saxophone sextet on "Good Morning, Good Morning", arranged and conducted by Martin and Lennon; and forty-piece orchestra (strings, brass, woodwinds and percussion) on "A Day in the Life", arranged by Martin, Lennon and McCartney and conducted by Martin and McCartney
     
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    the Beatles ~ 1966 ~ Revolver
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 35'16" size: 233 mb
    misc.: blue box
     
    Side one
    1. "Taxman" (George Harrison) Harrison 2:39
    2. "Eleanor Rigby"   McCartney 2:08
    3. "I'm Only Sleeping"   Lennon 3:02
    4. "Love You To" (Harrison) Harrison 3:01
    5. "Here, There and Everywhere"   McCartney 2:26
    6. "Yellow Submarine"   Starr 2:40
    7. "She Said She Said"   Lennon 2:37
    Side two
    1. "Good Day Sunshine"   McCartney 2:10
    2. "And Your Bird Can Sing"   Lennon 2:02
    3. "For No One"   McCartney 2:01
    4. "Doctor Robert"   Lennon 2:15
    5. "I Want to Tell You" (Harrison) Harrison 2:30
    6. "Got to Get You into My Life"   McCartney 2:31
    7. "Tomorrow Never Knows"   Lennon 2:57
     
    All songs written and composed by Lennon/McCartney, except where noted. 
     
    George Harrison: lead, rhythm and acoustic guitars; lead, harmony and background vocals; sitar; sound effects; maracas, tambourine, handclaps and finger snaps.
    John Lennon: lead, rhythm and acoustic guitars; lead, harmony and background vocals; piano, Hammond organ and harmonium; tape loops and sound effects; cowbell, tambourine, maracas, handclaps and finger snaps.
    Paul McCartney: lead, harmony and background vocals; lead, acoustic and bass guitars; piano and clavichord; tape loops and sound effects; handclaps and finger snaps.
    Ringo Starr: drums, tambourine, maracas, handclaps and finger snaps; lead and background vocals.
     
    Additional musicians:
    Anil Bhagwat – tabla on "Love You To"
    Alan Civil – French horn on "For No One"
    Brian Jones – background vocals on "Yellow Submarine" (uncredited)
    Donovan – background vocals on "Yellow Submarine" (uncredited)
    Geoff Emerick – recording and mixing engineer; tape loops of the marching band on "Yellow Submarine"
    George Martin – producer; piano on "Good Day Sunshine" and "Tomorrow Never Knows"; Hammond organ on "Got to Get You into My Life"; tape-loops of the marching band on "Yellow Submarine"
    Mal Evans – bass drum and background vocals on "Yellow Submarine"
    Marianne Faithfull – background vocals on "Yellow Submarine" (uncredited)
    Neil Aspinall – background vocals on "Yellow Submarine" (uncredited)
    Pattie Boyd – background vocals on "Yellow Submarine" (uncredited)
    Tony Gilbert, Sidney Sax, John Sharpe, Jurgen Hess - violins; Stephen Shingles, John Underwood - violas; Derek Simpson, Norman Jones - cellos: string octet on "Eleanor Rigby", orchestrated and conducted by George Martin (uncredited, with Paul McCartney)
    Eddie Thornton, Ian Hamer, Les Condon - trumpet; Peter Coe, Alan Branscombe - tenor saxophone: horn section on "Got To Get You Into My Life" orchestrated and conducted by George Martin (uncredited, with Paul McCartney)
     
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    the Beatles ~ 1964 ~ A Hard Day's Night
    genre: beat
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 31'01" size: 209 mb
    misc.: blue box
     
    Side one
    1. "A Hard Day's Night"   Lennon with McCartney 2:34
    2. "I Should Have Known Better"   Lennon 2:43
    3. "If I Fell"   Lennon and McCartney 2:19
    4. "I'm Happy Just to Dance with You"   Harrison 1:56
    5. "And I Love Her"   McCartney 2:30
    6. "Tell Me Why"   Lennon 2:09
    7. "Can't Buy Me Love"   McCartney 2:12
    Side two
    1. "Any Time at All"   Lennon 2:11
    2. "I'll Cry Instead"   Lennon 1:46
    3. "Things We Said Today"   McCartney 2:35
    4. "When I Get Home"   Lennon 2:17
    5. "You Can't Do That"   Lennon 2:35
    6. "I'll Be Back"   Lennon, with McCartney 2:24
     
    All tracks credited to Lennon/McCartney.
     
    George Harrison – lead guitar (six- and 12-string); acoustic and Spanish guitars; background vocals; lead vocals on "I'm Happy Just to Dance with You"; harmony vocal on "Things We Said Today" and claves on "And I Love Her"
    John Lennon – lead, harmony, and background vocals; rhythm and acoustic guitars; harmonica; lead guitar on "You Can't Do That"; piano on "Things We Said Today" and tambourine
    Paul McCartney – lead, harmony, and background vocals; bass guitar and piano; acoustic guitar on "I'll Be Back"
    Ringo Starr – drums, cowbell, maracas and tambourine
    Additional musicians
    George Martin – piano
     
    Views: 849 | Date: 28.11.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Machiavel ~ 1977 ~ Jester
    genre: prog
    country: belgium
    quality: lossless (ape separate, scans)
    time: 50'04" size: 289 mb
    misc.: 1994
     
    01 Wisdom 5:59
    02 Sparkling Jaw 7:04
    03 Moments 3:18
    04 In the Reign of Queen Pollution 6:53
    05 The Jester 5:26
    06 Mr Street Fair 7:55
    07 Rock Sea and Tree 9:20
    08 The Birds are Gone 1:48
    09 Im Now Here 2:21
     
    Albert Letecheur / grand piano, electric piano, honky tonk piano, harpsichord, string ensemble, Mellotron, synthesizers, tubular bells, glockenspiel
    Roland De Greef / bass, cellobas, 6 & 12 strings acoustic guitar, carillon, bells, whistle, comb, tape effects, vocals
    Marc Ysaye / drums, vocals, tamborine, maracas, gong, wood blocks, glass blocks, broken glass, bells tree, sleigh bells, flextone, nutcracker
    Mario Guccio / vocals, flute, sax, clarinet
    Jean-Paul Devaux / electric guitar, 6 & 12 strings acoustic guitar, vocals
     
    Views: 1208 | Date: 28.11.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (2)


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