R.I.P. of Oldish Psych & Prog blog

feedburner

Login form
Search
Friendly Sites
  • A Maquina de Faser Sonhos
  • A Pound for a Brown
  • Arlequins
  • Blue Mammoth
  • Boyz Make Noize
  • Culture for All
  • Electric Music for the Mind and Body
  • Deserter's Songs
  • 18 Rodas
  • HeavyPsychMan Blog
  • improshit
  • KMXT Free Form Radio
  • the List
  • Museo Rosenbach
  • Musiques
  • Old Melodies
  • Prog & Psych
  • Rock BlogRoll
  • Sam1957
  • Schnickschnack Mixmax
  • Silverado Rare Music
  • That was Music
  • Todoblog
  • When You Motor Away
  • Create your own site
  • Entries archive
    facebooklogo

    Рейтинг@Mail.ru
    Рейтинг@Mail.ru Яндекс.Метрика musicaggregatorlogo Web Directory Subscribe

    Main » 2010 » July » 13



    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:06'25"  size: 260 mb
    misc.: 2001
     
    Tapestry Of Delights:
    This is supposed to be the 3rd Second Hand album and surely the organ parts sound like it. On the other hand there isn't much coherence between the players, so the music comes forth in uncontrolled spurts, leaving it to coincidence whether it coagulates or not. Too much of the insanity of Second Hand's Death May Be Your Santaclaus and too little of the solidity of Reality makes it hard on the ears. A full-blown drum solo doesn't improve things either. Funny insert, though. 
    (Marcel Koopman).
     

    01. Introduction By Brain Surgeons From R.F. Hospitial 0:17
    02. Brain Strain 21:42
    03. Land Of A Thousand Dreams 1:19
    04. Too Many Bananas 4:12
    05. Yes! We Have No Pajamas 10:34
    06. Promenade Des Anglais 2:05
    07. Fairy Tale 8:08
    08. Celebration 6:09
    09. This Is Not Romance 5:13
    10. Incubator Tk.1 2:46
    11. Incubator Tk.2 4:01

    Ken Elliott (keyboards, Mellotron, organ, vocals)
    Kieran O'Connor (drums)
    Tony McGill (guitars)
    George Hart (bass)
    Rob Elliot (vocals)

    Views: 2225 | Date: 13.07.2010 | Rating: 4.8 | Comments (5)


    Chicken Shack ~ 1976 ~ Go Live
    genre: blues
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 48'50"  size: 298 mb
    misc.: 1994

    01 - Spoken Intro Into Everyday I Have The Blues 5:39
    02 - Thrill Is Gone 5:43
    03 - Going Down 5:55
    04 - You Take Me Down 5:17
    05 - Webb's Boogie 6:14
    06 - You're Mean 6:23
    07 - Poor Boy 7:55
    08 - Webb's Guitar Shuffle 3:14
    09 - tutti frutti 2:30

    Stan Webb - gtrs, vcls
    Rob Hull - bss
    Alan Powell - drms
    Dave Wilkinson - el. pno

    Views: 1704 | Date: 13.07.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    genre: blues
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'43"  size: 253 mb
    misc.: 1998

    Tapestry of Delights:

    Chicken Shack formed in April 1965 in Birmingham, but had a long residency at the Star Club in Hamburg in its early days. Their first break came when Mike Vernon signed them to his new Blue Horizon label along with Fleetwood Mac. Their second break came when Christine Perfect, who'd previously played for an outfit called Sound Of Blue, joined them in April 1967, for she was considered to be one of Britain's finest female blues singers. Along with Fleetwood Mac for the next couple of years they were at the forefront of the British blues boom, cutting a couple of good albums in 40 Blue Fingers... and O.K. Ken and enjoying a couple of big hits with their classic cover of Elta James' R&B ace I'd Rather Go Blind and Tears In The Wind. These two singles really represented the more commercial side of their music.

    After Christine Perfect left the band in August 1969 to join her husband John McVie in Fleetwood Mac they were never the same force. They maintained a good live reputation, though, based around Stan Webb's theatrics. He was really one of the unsung guitar heros of the British blues boom and was their lead vocalist too. Sure he lacked the flair of Peter Green but their first three albums are essential for blues fans. Indeed, he kept them together through many line-up changes. They developed quite a strong club following in the early seventies but eventually split at the end of 1973 after a German tour which was full of strife and conflict. Webb later reformed them in the late seventies, having been with Broken Glass in the interim.


    Views: 2746 | Date: 13.07.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (2)


    Cherubin ~ 1974 ~ Our Sunrise
    genre: prog
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'07"  size: 234 mb
     
    Crack In The Cosmic Egg:

    These were amongst the most dismissible mainstream of "progressive" rock bands from Munich, typical of the mid-1970's I suppose, with a light progressive edge, in the German equivalent of the Audience cum Wishbone Ash type of vein. Andy Marx was previously with the similarly easy listening but more folky styled Tanned Leather.

    Their debut OUR SUNRISE is only of marginal interest, having some enjoyable moments. We haven't heard the second! Take note of the interesting cast of guests on both of these.

    01. Funky Beat 8:01
    02. East Wind Blowin' 4:01
    03. Cracy 3:15
    04. Sunrise 3:15
    05. Sunday Child 3:11
    06. The Letter 2:46
    07. Bikini Panties and White Lipstick 1:17
    08. One Way Ticket 3:55
    09. Lost Lession In Time 3:11
    10. Feel Is Real 6:13

    Andy Marx (guitars, banjo, sitar, vocals)
    Bo Born (organ, piano, vocals)
    Wolf Graf (bass)
    Pit Trojer (percussion, vocals)
    Hardy Wilhelm (drums, vocals)
    +
    Michael Hodjera (guitars
    vocals)
    Thor Baldursson (piano)
    Dieter Bauer (bass)
    Frank Baum (pedal steel guitar)
    Wolfgang Grude (flute, tenor/alto saxophones)

    Views: 1954 | Date: 13.07.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (0)


    genre: heavy psych
    country: finland
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 41'21"  size: 266 mb
    misc.: 2002

    GL-Productions:
    "The Finnish scene didn't have much to offer back in the early 70s beside Wigwam and Tasavallan presidenti. I thought so for a very long time until this band came along. Charlies a 5 piece unit that made this album somewhere in the first half of the period in a recordingstudio in Lahti. I think this album was originally released on a private label, until Hell records (nice name for a label) re-released it on newpress. Buttocks is a heavy, hypnotic, progressive album with elements of Jethro Tull Aqualang era and great guitarwork. Some odd instrumentation on it like Sandballs(!), Tambourine, flute, Moroccan clay drums and a cowbell. Beside Jethro Tull there is also elements of early Sabbath, Grand Funk, Captain Beyond etc. A highly interesting extremely rare album, check it out.

    01. Tuesday Song 3:33
    02. Like The Purpose Told Me 5:18
    03. Smoggy Story 5:58
    04. Try,Try Or You Will Never Die 7:52
    05. Feeling That Feeling 3:15
    06. Living For Myself (I'm A King Dreamer) 3:41
    07. Madness And Other Kind Of Influences 5:23
    08. For You Catherine And Before You 6:22

    Views: 1823 | Date: 13.07.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (2)


    Chariot ~ 1968 ~ Chariot
    genre: heavy blues, psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 35'59"  size: 232 mb
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    A blues and hard psyche trio influenced by Cream. There are rumours that they may have later recorded as The Knack. ~ (Vernon Joynson/Stephane Rebeschini)
     
    01. Yolanda Jones 3:33
    02. You Let Me Love You 3:51
    03. Gamblin' Man 7:10
    04. The War Is Over 2:59
    05. Home Wreckin' Mama 1:56
    06. Hey People 3:26
    07. Variety Woman 3:10
    08. Got To Be A Lover 3:08
    09. Poor Man Blues 6:47
     
    PUG BAKER drms
    LARRY GOULD bs, vcls
    MICHAEL KOPLAN gtr, vcls
     
    Views: 1592 | Date: 13.07.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    Captain Beyond ~ 1972 ~ Captain Beyond
    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 35'18"  size: 235 mb
    misc.: 1990 japan

    01 - Dancing Madly Backwards (On a Sea of Air) 4:02
    02 - Armworth 1:49
    03 - Myopic Void 3:31
    04 - Mesmerization Eclipse 3:49
    05 - Raging River of Fear 3:51
    06 - Thousand Days of Yesterdays (Intro) 1:19
    07 - Frozen Over 3:46
    08 - Thousand Days of Yesterdays (Time Since Come and Gone) 3:57
    09 - I Can't Feel Nothin', Pt. 1 3:07
    10 - As the Moon Speaks (To the Waves of the Sea) 2:26
    11 - Astral Lady 0:16
    12 - As the Moon Speaks (Return) 2:14
    13 - I Can't Feel Nothin', Pt. 2 1:14

    All songs by Rod Evans & Bobby Caldwell.

    Rod Evans – vocals
    Larry "Rhino" Reinhardt – guitars
    Lee Dorman – bass guitar, piano, Hammond organ, vocals
    Bobby Caldwell – drums, percussion, Hammond organ, bells, vibraphone, vocals

    Views: 2006 | Date: 13.07.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    genre: prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 45'46"  size: 281 mb
    misc.: 2007
     
    1.Prelude To the Arena 5:23
    2.Peace Of Rome 7:01
    3.The Arena 12:55
    4.Time Shadows 11:16
    5.Spring 9:16
     
    - Mike Fouracre / drums, timpani, percussion
    - Fred Hasson / lead vocals, percussion, harmonica
    - Leary Hasson / piano, mellotron, tubular bells
    - Richard Hicks / bass
    - Dave Laverock / electric, acoustic, bowed guitars, percussion, vocals
    - Jessica Stanley-Clarke / flute, vocals
    +
    - Mandy Reidelbanch / tenor and alto sax, flute, percussion
    - Bob West / vocals
    - Peter Bardens / percussion
     
     
    Views: 1524 | Date: 13.07.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)


    Action: 10% disc1ount coupon14 for Depositfiles Gold accounts for 6 months and 1 year periods. The coupon is very simple in usage: you enter it on the Gold account payment page and after the prices are recalculated can buy an account with the discount.
    Your coupon: j16v917255n7tjh9af6odzgk7cjgwgg2

    Oldish Psych & Prog offers progressive psychedelic rock music mp3 lossless downloads