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    Arc ~ 1971 ~ ... At This
    genre: heavy prog
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (WavPack, cue, log, scans)
    time: 42'14"  size: 239 mb
     
    Tapestry Of Delights:
     
    This progressive blues/rock album involved some former members of Skip Bifferty and is now a minor collectable. They formed the band in 1970 when Graham Bell joined Every Which Way but never really made a living on their own and later joined Graham Bell in Bell and Arc.

    Three parts Scottish and one part Australian their band now clearly stands up as a progressive rock outfit, but manages to avoid most of its pitfalls and the results are generally rather impressive. Most importantly they succeed in restraining themselves, without losing any emotional impact. They have the ability to write memorable tunes and arrange them well. The vocals are a strong point, often oddly harmonized and never overstated. Heavier tracks alternate with more poetic ones, although this at times acts to the detriment of the album's coherence. All in all a very pleasant album to listen to, but not essential to own. 

    (Marcel Koopman/VJ).

    Views: 2603 | Date: 20.08.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (0)


    Appaloosa ~ 1969 ~ Appaloosa
    genre: prog folk
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 41'52"  size: 235 mb
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    A forgotten baroque rock group, with the support of Al Kooper. Robin Batteau became a session man and also recorded some solo albums.

    (Stephane Rebeschini)

    01. Tulu Rogers 3:58
    02. Thoughts of Polly 5:49
    03. Feathers 2:28
    04. Bi-Weekly 3:34
    05. Glossolalia 4:07
    06. Rivers Run to the Sea 3:30
    07. Pascal's Paradox 3:22
    08. Yesterday's Roads 3:20
    09. Now That I Want You 2:32
    10. Georgia Street 4:44
    11. Rosalie 4:29

    John Parker Compton / acoustic guitar, vocals
    Robin Batteau / violin
    Eugene Rosov / cello
    David Reiser / electric bass.
    Bobby Colomby / drummer
    Fred Lipsius / alto saxophonist
    Charlie Calello / orchestral arrangements on "Now That I Want You" and "Bi-Weekly
    Al Kooper / electric harpsichord, electric guitar, organ, vibraphone, piano, and electric piano, string arrangements for "Rosalie", temple blocks & glockenspiel on "Rivers Run to the Sea." 
    Artie Schreck / drums 

    Views: 2728 | Date: 20.08.2010 | Rating: 4.5 | Comments (1)


    Anyone’s Daughter ~ 1979 ~ Adonis
    genre: kraut / sympho prog
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 45'05"  size: 308 mb
     
    The Crack in the Cosmic Egg:
    Formed in 1972 by Uwe Karpa (guitar) and Matthias Ulmer (organ) in Stuttgart, together with Sascha Pavlovic (drums) who at the time were all 14 or 15 years old. They played covers mostly at the start, with sets that included Deep Purple and Cream numbers, along with a growing repertoire of self-penned numbers. Changes in style happened when new drummer Hansi Derer joined, and more so when Harald Bareth (bass) took over as lead vocalist.

    By the time they gained a record contract, Anyone's Daughter had advanced considerably, as one of the many progressive rock bands to appear in the late-1970's inspired by the likes of Genesis, Gentle Giant, Jane, et al. Anyone's Daughter were far better than most, and they quickly became a favourite amongst "prog" fans.

    Their early albums featured English vocals, ADONIS being a very accomplished debut of refined progressive rock, with strong symphonic elements, jazzy touches and a notable debt to Eloy. Obviously intent on trying to get international fame their second LP, tried for an even more direct style, but paled next to ADONIS. A radical change from hereon, especially on their third album PIKTOR'S VERWANDLUNGEN, a conceptual opus (live in concert) featuring mainly spoken German texts along with vast instrumentals in the realms of Novalis and Grobschnitt, and only a couple of actual "songs", it is arguably their most successful, and certainly their most experimental. IN BLAU returned to a more accessible style, almost like mid-1970's Genesis sung in German. A good album, but from hereon the Anyone's Daughter sound paled significantly, with shorter compositions on an ever more melodic song based level. The LIVE double was thus very disappointing.

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    Views: 2136 | Date: 20.08.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (1)


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