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    Main » 2011 » January » 04



    the Wind in the Willows ~ 1968 ~ The Wind in the Willows
    genre: flower pop
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers)
    time: 40'22" size: 242 mb
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    This New York group is most notable for the inclusion of Debbie Harry, who was later in Blondie. A dreamy album it has its moments. Aside from two cover versions of Don Everly and Roger Miller songs, the album's hippie flower-pop songs were written by the band members. The outstanding track being the hypnotic narration/chant There Is But One Truth, Daddy, which has a musical backing slightly reminiscent of Pink Floyd. The band took their name from the children's book by Kenneth Graham.
    The album was produced was Artie Kornfeld, who contributed to the Woodstock '69 Festival. He also produced another interesting album, A Time To Remember!, which was credited to The Artie Kornfeld Tree.
     
    01. "Moments Spent" 2:58
    02. "Uptown Girl" 2:57
    03. "So Sad" 3:15
    04. "My Uncle Used To Love Me But She Died" 2:18
    05. "There is But One Truth, Daddy" 8:20
    06. "The Friendly Lion" 3:20
    07. "Park Avenue Blues" 2:40
    08. "Djini Judy" 2:42
    09. "Little People" 4:07
    10. "She's Fantastic And She's Yours" 3:44
    11. "Wheel Of Changes" 4:02
     
    IDA ANDREWS flute, vcls
    PETER BRITTAIN gtr, vcls
    ANTON CARYSFORTH drms
    STEVE "MARVELLO" DE PHILLIPS bs, vcls
    DEBORAH HARRY vcls
    WAYNE KIRBY vcls, bs, keyb'ds
    PAUL KLEIN gtr, vcls
     
    Views: 1755 | Date: 04.01.2011 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (3)


    Blues Creation ~ 1971 ~ Live!
    genre: heavy blues, psych
    country: japan
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 53'05" size: 401 mb
     
     
    01. "Rolling Stone" 13:44
    02. "Nightmare" 7:42
    03. "Drinkin' Blues" 7:27
    04. "Demon & Eleven Children" 8:07
    05. "Understand - Feat. Carmen Maki" 5:15
    06. "Tobacco Road" 11:12
     
    Kazuo Takeda - lead guitar, vocals
    Fumio Fuya - vocals
    Yoshiyuki Noji - bass guitar
    Shinichi Tashiro - drums
    Guest:
    Carmen Maki - vocals
     
    ... Read more »
    Views: 1792 | Date: 04.01.2011 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (5)


    Kak ~ 1968 ~ Kak-Olagenre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:19'32" size: 426 mb
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    This highly talented, underrated band from Sacramento in California produced what is now one of the most sought-after psychedelic albums. Mellow laid-back tracks like I've Got Time and Flowing By are merged with up-tempo numbers like Disbelievin' and Electric Sailor. The excellent guitar playing of Patten and Yoder is evident throughout the album. Most tracks, particularly the final oneLemonaide Kid had considerable commercial potential and the band was clearly a victim of under-exposure, They disbanded in 1970.
    Yoder had earlier managed The Oxford Circle, issued a solo 45 Good Time Music/Flight From The East (Epic 10560) in 1970 and then played for a while in Blue Cheer. Patten was also in The Oxford Circle, and Damrell in Group "B". They performed various style of acid rock. This album was their only work and psychedelic classics.
    Views: 1582 | Date: 04.01.2011 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (3)


    Wicked Lady ~ 1993 ~ The Axeman Cometh
    genre: heavy, psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:00'03" size: 257 mb
     
    Tapestry of Delights:
    This band was formed by guitarist and frontman Martin Weaver in 1968 as a three-piece heavy rock band. The band were notorious for their outrageous live performances often refusing to stop playing or walking off-stage mid-number leaving equipment to feedback until someone killed the power. They had a large biker following and several venues were trashed all in the name of fun. This line-up recorded material which has been released on CD by Kissing Spell, The Axeman Cometh. Drink and drugs caused the band to split for a while in 1970 'to get their heads together'. They reformed with a new bass player Del 'German Head' Morley who to begin with was a stabilising influence.
    The band continued until 1972, by which time the music had turned into experimental noise (mainly because they could not concentrate long enough to play complete songs). At one gig they played one song over and over again until the management turned off the power.
    Views: 1979 | Date: 04.01.2011 | Rating: 4.8 | Comments (1)


    the Who ~ 1965 ~ My Generation
    genre: beat, r'n'blues
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)
    size: 617 mb
     
    Cd1 (47'04"):
    Side one
    "Out in the Street" – 2:31
    "I Don't Mind" (James Brown) – 2:36
    "The Good's Gone" – 4:02
    "La-La-La-Lies" – 2:17
    "Much Too Much" – 2:47
    "My Generation" – 3:18
    Side two
    "The Kids Are Alright" – 3:04
    "Please, Please, Please" (Brown/John Terry) – 2:45
    "It's Not True" – 2:31
    "I'm a Man" (McDaniel) – 3:21
    "A Legal Matter" – 2:48
    "The Ox" (Townshend/Keith Moon/John Entwistle/Nicky Hopkins) – 3:50
     
    All songs written by Pete Townshend except where noted.
     
    bonus:
    13. "Circles" 3:13
    14. "I Can't Explain" 2:05
    15. "Bald Headed Woman" 2:32
    16. "Daddy Rolling Stone" 2:55
     
    Views: 1598 | Date: 04.01.2011 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (2)


    Banco ~ 1978 ~ ... Di Terra
    genre: sympho prog
    country: italy
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 41'47" size: 187 mb
     
    Side 1:
    1. Nel Cielo E Nelle Altre Cose Mute (4:39) 
    2. Terramadre (3:08) 
    3. Non Senza Dolore (5:02) 
    4. Io Vivo (9:08) 
    Side 2: 
    5. Né Più Di Un Albero Non Meno Di Una Stella (8:01) 
    6. Nei Suoni E Nei Silenzi (5:48) 
    7. Di Terra (5:57)
     
    Vittorio Nocenzi / synthesizer, organ, electric piano 
    Gianni Nocenzi / piano 
    Rodolfo Maltese / electric guitar, acoustic guitar, trumpet 
    Pierluigi Calderoni / drums, timpani, percussion 
    Renato d'Angelo / bass 

    Alan King / flute, sax 
    Orchestra dell'Unione Musiciti di Roma conducted by Vittorio Nocenzi
     
    Views: 1226 | Date: 04.01.2011 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Aunt Mary ~ 1970 ~ Aunt Mary
    genre: prog
    country: norway
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 39'17" size: 263 mb
     
    Scented Gardens of Mind:
    Aunt Mary came from the small town of Fredrikstad in Østfold, but were one of the best Norwegian bands of the early seventies. Their first album was recorded and released in Denmark, as they lived there at the time. Aunt Mary lacked distinction at this early stage with various imitations of Jethro Tull, Traffic and Led Zeppelin among the short tracks. In late 1971, they recorded a dreadful ballad with gospel overtones named "Jimi, Janis & Brian" (included on Best Of). Luckily Groth left soon after and took the gospel with him.
    Loaded (1972) saw the arrival of Bengt Jenssen, who brought in some classically-inclined organ style to counterbalance the progressive blues of the others. The songwriting was much better, as evident on the tough "Joinin' The Crowd" and "G Flat Road", but many people forget Aunt Mary's softer side (influenced by the 1968 version of The Beatles ) on "Delight" and "Farewell My Friend". "Blowin' Tiffany" represented Aunt Mary at their most progressive, hinting at things to come. This track also revealed a hitherto hidden Emerson, Lake & Palmer and King Crimson influence (spot the tightly echoed, manipulated vocals and compare it to "Indoor Games" from Lizard).
    Janus (1973) was no doubt their most accomplished album with some tracks forming mini-suites and more extended instrumental segments. The Beatle-esque folkish songs merged in with impressive electric guitar and organ creating different textures to each track. This heavy progressive plus folk formula has similarities to the Danish groups Culpeper's Orchard and Old Man & The Sea, giving the impression that Aunt Mary adopted the Danish vibes of the Summer of '71! Unfortunately they disbanded at the end of 1973 for the usual reasons (an indifferent public and lack of both money and motivation). Their 1980 Live Reunion was a very good one with no Clapton imitations. Indeed it was their most powerful work, recorded as a trio.
     
    Views: 1688 | Date: 04.01.2011 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (2)


    the Asylum Choir ~ 1968 ~ Look Inside the Asylum Choir
    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 40'02" size: 269 mb
     
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    A Los Angeles-based venture, which for Russell and Benno represented a largely unsuccessful journey into psychedelia. After a first single as Le Cirque, their debut album was released. This sold badly, partly because the cover featured a toilet roll, but mainly because the music was quite patchy. A mix of pop, R&B and psych, with arrangements (especially on the second side). Smash later reissued it with a group cover. Benno and Russell wrote all the songs, with the assistance of Greg Dempsey (Daughters Of Albion), Bill Boatman, Jerry Riopelle and the mysterious Markham and Wilson, who may have played on the backing group.
    Although the second album was recorded in April 1969, Mercury did not release it on their Smash subsidiary and Russell bought the tapes to release it on his own Shelter label two years later. It's bluesier than the debut and contains some good songs (notably an anti Vietnam song Ballad To A Brother).
    Russell and Benno's involvement is the main reason why collectors seek out these albums.
    Born in 1947 in Dallas, Benno would later play with The Doors (on L.A. Woman), Rita Coolidge and Rick Roberts. He also released three excellent albums on A&M between 1970 and 1972, recorded with Ry Cooder, Jesse Ed Davis and Clarence White. Afterwards he disappeared only to return in 1979 with Lost In Austin (with Eric Clapton). In the nineties, he has recorded two good texas blues albums. ~ (Vernon Joynson/Stephane Rebeschini)
    Views: 2200 | Date: 04.01.2011 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (2)


    Cosmic Jokers ~ 1974 ~ Sci Fi Party
    genre: kraut
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 34'58" size: 221 mb
     
    01. "Im Reich Der Magier" 8:27
    02. "Der Herrscher" 2:48
    03. "The Cosmic Couriers Meet Philly Willy" 5:27
    04. "Kinder Des Alls" 3:40
    05. "The Electronic Scene" 2:24
    06. "Kinder Des Alls II" 3:44
    07. "Interplay Of Forces" 5:14
    08. "Planeten Sit In" 3:15
     
    Dieter Dierks / bass
    Jürgen Dollase / keyboards, vocals 
    Manuel Göttsching / electric guitar
    Harald Großkopf / drums 
    Klaus Schulze / synthesizers
     
    ... Read more »
    Views: 1568 | Date: 04.01.2011 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (3)


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