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    Stack Waddy ~ 1972 ~ Bugger Off!
    genre: acid heavy blues
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 48'56" size: 356 mb
    misc.: japan
     
    "Rosalyn" – 2:31
    "Willie the Pimp" – 4:03
    "I'm Your Hoochie-Coochie Man" – 4:19
    "It's All Over Now" – 3:13
    "Several Yards" – 5:58
    "You Really Got Me" – 2:43
    "I'm a Lover Not a Fighter" – 2:05
    "Meat Pies 'Ave Come but Band's Not 'Ere Yet" – 5:19
    "It Ain't Easy" – 3:50
    "Long Tall Shorty (Mainly)" – 3:26
    "Repossession Boogie" – 5:32
    "The Girl from Ipanema" - 1:27
    bonus:
    "Mama Keep Your Big Mouth Shut" - 3:42
     
    John Knail - Vocals, Harmonica
    Steve Revell - Drums
    Mick Stott - Guitar
    Stuart Banham - Bass
     
    ... Read more »
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    Stack Waddy ~ 1971 ~ Stack Waddy
    genre: heavy blues
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: ' " size:  mb
    misc.: japan
     
    the Tapestry of Delights:
    Set out in Manchester in 1965 as a wild and raucous R&B outfit (originally called New Religion) who built up a good reputation on the club circuit. Knail's tendency to throw bottles at or assault their audience when dissatisfied with the level of appreciation they displayed eventually led him to being jailed. Both their albums are now rare and quite sought-after. The first one came in a gatefold sleeve and exhibited a strong Beefheart influence. Indeed it contained a cover of his Sure Nuff 'N Yes I Do alongside versions of Jethro Tull's Love Story and standards like Roadrunner and Susie Q.
    Bugger Off was withdrawn from sale in many record shops because of its title - obviously this hindered sales and it's the harder of their two albums to find. It included cover versions of The KinksYou Really Got Me and Frank Zappa's Willie The Pimp, which were also put out on a 45, but these were just two among several cover versions.
    Bamham reformed the band in 1973 with new line-up which lasted until 1976, but no new vinyl resulted.
    Views: 1628 | Date: 11.12.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (6)


    the Deviants ~ 1967 ~ Ptooff! + 1968 ~ Disposable
    genre: garage
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:18'10" size: 466 mb
    misc.: 2006
     
    '67:
     
    Side 1
    "Opening" (Bishop/Farren/Hunter/Rees/Sparkes) - 0:08
    "I'm Coming Home" (Bishop/Farren/Hunter) - 5:59
    "Child of the Sky" (Farren/Rees/Hammond) - 4:32
    "Charlie" (Bishop/Farren) - 3:56
    "Nothing Man" (Farren/Moore) - 4:21
    Side 2
    "Garbage" (Bishop/Farren/Hunter) - 5:36
    "Bun" (Rees) - 2:42
    "Deviation Street" (Farren) - 9:01
     
    Mick Farren – Lead vocals, piano
    Sid Bishop – Guitar, sitar
    Cord Rees – Bass, Spanish guitar
    Russell Hunter – Drums, backing vocals
    Duncan Sanderson, Stephen Sparkes & Ashworth - Vocals & mumbling
     
    '68:
     
    09. "Somewhere To Go" 7:23
    10. "Sparrows And Wires" 0:53
    11. "Jamies Song" 3:34
    12. "You've Got To Hold On" 3:51
    13. "Fire In The City" 2:59
    14. "Let's Loot The Supermarket" 2:31
    15. "Pappa-Oo-Mao-Mao" 2:33
    16. "Slum Lord" 2:15
    17. "Blind Joe McTurks Lust Session" 1:20
    18. "Normality Jam" 4:20
    19. "Guaranteed To Bleed" 3:46
    20. "Sidney B. Goode" 0:51
    21. "Last Man" 5:45
     
    Mick Farren – Vocals
    Sid Bishop – Guitar
    Duncan Sanderson – Bass
    Russell Hunter – Drums
     
    Views: 2054 | Date: 11.12.2010 | Rating: 3.0 | Comments (9)


    Bridget St. John ~ 1971 ~ Songs For The Gentle Man
    genre: folk
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, cover)
    time: 52'30" size: 298 mb
    misc.: japan
     
    Wiki:
    A follow up to her highly successful debut album, Songs for the Gentle Man propelled her to cult status in the United Kingdom. The album was produced by Ron Geesin, who had worked with Pink Floyd.
     
    01. "A Da A Way" 3:18
    02. "City-Crazy" 2:46
    03. "Early Morning Song" 1:57
    04. "Back To Stay" 4:48
    05. "Seagull-Sunday" 3:10
    06. "If You'd Been There" 4:08
    07. "Song For The Laird Of Connaught Hall - Part 2" 1:28
    08. "Making Loser Better" 3:55
    09. "The Lady And The Gentle Man" 3:09
    10. "Downderry Daze" 3:20
    11. "The Pebble And The Man" 3:33
    12. "It Seems Very Strange" 0:51
    bonus:
    13. "Fly High (Single Version)" 3:24
    14. "There's Is A Place I Know " 2:41
    15. "Suzanne " 5:33
    16. "Passing Thru'" 4:28
     
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    Spooky Tooth ~ 1973 ~ Witness
    genre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 35'51" size: 243 mb
     
    Side one
    "Ocean of Power" (Wright) – 4:40
    "Wings on My Heart" (Wright) – 3:32
    "As Long as the World Keeps Turning" (Wright) – 3:40
    "Don't Ever Stray Away" (Stewart, Wright) – 3:14
    "Things Change" (Wright) – 4:19
    Side two
    "All Sewn Up" (Jones, Wright) – 3:44
    "Dream Me a Mountain" (Wright) – 3:31
    "Sunlight of My Mind" (Wright) – 4:56
    "Pyramids" (Kellie, Wright) – 4:28
     
    Mike Harrison – Percussion, Keyboards, Vocals, Vocals (bckgr)
    Mick Jones – Guitar, Vocals (bckgr)
    Mike Kellie – Percussion, Drums
    Chris Stewart – Bass
    Gary Wright – Keyboards, Vocals, Vocals (bckgr)
    +
    Bryson Graham – Drums
     
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    Alexander Skip Spence ~ 1969 ~ Oar
    genre: folk, psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:05'23" size: 366 mb
    misc.: 1999
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    Born on the 18th April 1946 in Windsor, Ontario, Alexander "Skip" Spence moved to the Bay Area with his parents in 1959. The story goes that he was on his way to an audition for the band that became Quicksilver Messenger Service when he was spotted by Marty Balin of the nascent Jefferson Airplane. Balin decided just from his appearance that Spence was the drummer he wanted, and although he had never played the drums before, Spence joined the 'Airplane in 1966 and wrote some of their early songs.
    Some months later as a singer/guitarist he joined the fledgling Moby Grape, who released their debut album in June 1967. During recording sessions in July 1968, suffering from various personal problems, Spence tried to attack other members of the band with a fire axe. He was jailed at the Tombs and then committed to Bellevue Hospital. At the end of 1968, he was discharged and went to Nashville on a motorbike. There, in December 1968, he recorded Oar, on which he played all the instruments.
    The result is extremely strange and very raw album. Tracks like Grey/AfroWar In Peace and Lawrence Of Euphoria are among the more interesting moments. Ignored at the time (and one of CBS' worst sellers), Oar has since gained a cult following and is now recognised as a kind of masterpiece, in the same special category as Syd Barrett's albums.
    After this solo album, Spence rejoined Moby Grape on various occasions, as well as helping the Doobie Brothers (he got a special thanks on their first album). Unfortunately, due to persistant personal problems, he also spent long periods of time in various California social institutions.
    Spence died in April 1999 of advanced lung cancer. Quite ironically, at the same time, a tribute album More Oar was released with cover songs from Oar by Robert Plant, Beck, Tom Waits, Mudhoney... ~ (Stephane Rebeschini)
     
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    Sky ~ 1983 ~ Five Live
    genre: prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac vinyl, cue, covers)
    time: 45'52" size: 440 mb
     
    A1. "The Animals (Flowers-Gray)" 21:16
    A2. "The Swan (Saint-Saens, Arr. Fry)" 4:51
    B1. "KP1 (Peek)" 7:36
    B2. "Dance of the Little Fairies (Flowers)" 4:45
    B3. "Love Duet (Gray)" 7:24
     
    C1. "The Bathroom Song" 3:20
    C2. "KP II" 3:53
    C3. "Antigua" 3:54
    C4. "Sahara" 8:05
    C5. "Sakura Variations" 7:57
    D1. "Meheeco" 12:57
    D2. "Hotta" 9:44
     
    Bass - Herbie Flowers 
    Drums , Marimba - Tristan Fry 
    Guitar - John Williams , Kevin Peek 
    Keyboards - Steve Gray
     
    ... Read more »
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    Skorpio ~ 1974 ~ A Rohanás
    genre: heavy
    country: hungary
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 56'29" size: 397 mb
     
    Scented Gardes of Mind:
    Another Hungarian heavy rock group who utilized some progressive elements.
     
    1 - A Rohanás (Frenreisz Károly) (2'44)
    2 - Jó Lenne, Ha Szeretnél (Frenreisz Károly) (4'05)
    3 - Fantázia (Gershwin a "Rhapsody In Blue” témáira) (Papp Gyula) (7'30)
    4 - Másképp Dobogna (Frenreisz Károly - Fekete Gábor) (5'00)
    5 - Így Szólt Hozzám A Dédapám (Szűcs Antal Gábor - Frenreisz Károly) (3'30)
    6 - Keresem, Keresem... (Szűcs Antal Gábor - Frenreisz Károly) (7'34)
    7 - Miért Kell Elfelednem (Frenreisz Károly) (4'00)
    8 - Minden Nap Megtörténhet Velem (Szűcs Antal Gábor - Frenreisz Károly) (6'25)
    9 - Esti Ének (Papp Gyula - Frenreisz Károly) (2'54)

    Bonus tracks: 
    10 - Hosszú Az Út (4'25)
    11 - Szevasz, Haver (4'12)
    12 - Szikrázzatok, Lányok (3'35)
     
    Anlal Gábor Szöcs - guitars
    Gyula Papp - keyboards
    Károly Frenreisz - bass, vocals
    Gábor Fekete - drums
     
    ... Read more »
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    Skeleton Crew ~ 1984 ~ Learn to Talk + 1986 ~ The Country of Blinds
    genre: avant
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac separate, log, covers)
    size: 758 mb
    misc.: 2005
     
     
    '84 (50'34"):
     
    Side Free
    "Que Viva" (Skeleton Crew) – 3:40
    "Onwards and Upwards" (Skeleton Crew) – 3:39
    "The Way Things Fall (Back Apart)" (Cora/Frith/Sharpe) – 2:35
    "Not My Shoes" (Skeleton Crew) – 2:14
    "The Washington Post" (Sousa arr. Skeleton Crew) – 1:28
    "We're Still Free" (Skeleton Crew) – 4:16
    "Victoryville" (Skeleton Crew) – 2:43
    Skeleton Crew ~ 1984 ~ Learn to TalkSide Dirt
    "Los Colitos" (trad. Ecuador/Cora/Frith) – 2.53
    "Life at the Top" (Frith) – 1:44
    "Learn to Talk" (Skeleton Crew) – 3:40
    "Factory Song" (Skeleton Crew) – 5:13
    "It's Fine" (Skeleton Crew) – 4:22
    "Zach's Flag" (Cora) – 3:10
    bonus:
    12. "Sick As a Parrot" 2:58
    13. "Automatic Pilot" 1:27
    14. "Hook" 2:15
    15. "Killing Time" 2:26
     
    Tom Cora – Cello, bass guitar, casio, drums, home-made drums and contraptions, singing
    Fred Frith – Guitar, six-string bass, violin, casio, home-made bass, piano, drums, singing
    +
    Robl, Lu and Katrin – voices on "Los Colitos"
     
    Skeleton Crew ~ 1986 ~ The Country of Blinds'86 (58'41"):
     
    Side A
    "The Country of Blinds" (Cora) – 4:10
    "Money Crack" (Skeleton Crew) – 0:58
    "The Border" (Hemenway) – 3:28
    "The Hand that Bites" (Frith) – 5:32
    "Dead Sheep" (Cora/Frith) – 3:22
    "Bingo" (Frith) – 3:34
    Side B
    "Man or Monkey" (Cutler) – 2:27
    "Foot in Hole" (Skeleton Crew) – 3:08
    "Hot Field" (Skeleton Crew) – 2:36
    "The Birds of Japan" (Frith) – 4:00
    "You May Find a Bed" (Frith/Sharpe) – 6:10
    bonus:
    11. "Sparrow Song" 1:29
    12. "Safety In Numbers" 3:18
    13. "Howdywhoola Too" 2:47
    14. "Second Rate" 5:32
    15. "New Orleans Stomp" 3:14
    16. "Hasta La Victoria" 3:24
     
    Tom Cora – Cello, bass, accordion, drums, contraptions, singing
    Fred Frith – Guitar, 6-string bass, violin, home-mades, drums, singing
    Zeena Parkins – Organ, electric harp, accordion, drums, singing
     
    ... Read more »
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    Sir Lord Baltimore ~ 1970 ~ Kingdom Come + 1971 ~ Sir Lord Baltimore
    genre: heavy
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 69:44 size: 482 mb
    misc.: 2003
     
     
    '70:
    Side Two:
    01. "Kingdom Come" 6:35
    02. "I Got A Woman" 3:00
    03. "Hell Hound" 3:19
    04. "Helium Head (I Got A Love)" 4:01
    05. "Ain't Got Hung On You" 2:22
    Side One:
    06. "Master Heartache" 4:35
    07. "Hard Rain Fallin'" 2:55
    08. "Lady Of Fire" 2:52
    09. "Lake Isle Of Innersfree" 4:02
    10. "Pumped Up" 4:06
    '71:
    11. "Chicago Lives" 3:48
    12. "Loe And Behold" 3:44
    13. "Woman Tamer" 5:11
    14. "Caesar LXXI" 5:23
    15. "Man From Manhattan" 10:32
    16. "Where Are We Going" 3:20
     
    John Garner - lead vocals/drums
    Louis Dambra - guitar
    Gary Justin - bass
    +
    Joey Dambra - guitar on '71
     
    ... Read more »
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    Free ~ 1970 ~ Fire and Water
    genre: blues
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 1:09'31" size: 396 mb
    misc.: 2002 japan
     
    "Fire and Water" 3:41
    "Oh I Wept" (Rodgers/Kossoff) 4:26
    "Remember" 4:20
    "Remember" is a reworking of an unused song "Woman by the Sea" from the Tons of Sobs recording sessions in 1968.
    "Heavy Load" 5:19
    "Mr. Big" (Fraser/Rodgers/Kirke/Kossoff) 5:55
    "Don't Say You Love Me" 6:01
    "All Right Now" 5:32
     
    bonus:
    08. "Oh I Wept (Alternate Vocal Take)" 4:25
    09. "Fire And Water (New Stereo Mix)" 4:27
    10. "Fire And Water (BBC Session)" 3:12
    11. "All Right Now (BBC Session)" 5:33
    12. "All Right Now (Single Version)" 4:18
    13. "All Right Now (First Version)" 3:31
     
    All tracks written by Fraser/Rodgers unless otherwise stated
     
    Paul Rodgers: Vocals
    Paul Kossoff: Guitars
    Andy Fraser: Bass
    Simon Kirke: Drums
     
    also:
     
    Views: 1686 | Date: 11.12.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (4)


    Grobschnitt ~ 1975 ~ Jumbo
     
    genre: kraut
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:16'41" size: 462  mb
    misc.: 1998
     
    English Version:
    1. Jupp / The Excursion Of Father Smith (9:55)
    2. The Clown (6:44)
    3. Dream And Reality (5:28)
    4. Sunny Sunday's Sunset (11:29)
    5. Auf Wiedersehen (0:58) 
     
    German Version:
    6. Jupp / Vater Schmidt's Wandertag (9:54)
    7. Der Clown (6:51)
    8. Traum Und Wirklichkeit (5:28)
    9. Sonntag's Sonnabend (11:29)
    10. Auf Wiedersehen (0:56)
    11. Auf Wiedersehen (Reprise) (Mystery Bonus Track) (1:17)
     
    Stefan Danielak (Wildschwein) - acoustic & rhythm guitars, lead & backing vocals
    Joachim Ehrig (Eroc) - drums, percussion electronic f/x, voices
    Wolfgang Jager (Popo) - bass 
    Volker Kahrs (Mist) - keyboards, Mellotron, synthesizers
    Gerd-Otto Kuhn (Lupo) - lead guitar
     
    Views: 1552 | Date: 11.12.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (4)


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