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    the Grassroots ~ 1967 ~ Let's Live For Today + 1968 ~ Feelingsgenre: rock
    country: us
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 499 mb)
    time: 1:16'20"

    wikipedia:
    Let's Live for Today is the second studio album by The Grass Roots. A new group was brought in for this album which included Creed Bratton, Rick Coonce, Warren Entner and Rob Grill. Released in 1967, it features their first top-ten hit by the same name, "Let's Live for Today". The bulk of the compositions are by the group creators Sloan and Barri but the new group was allowed to compose four songs and given some input in the studio instrumentation. The other A and B side singles released were "Depressed Feeling", "Things I Should Have Said", "Tip of My Tongue", "Wake Up, Wake Up" and "No Exit". The album charted at #75.


    '67:
    01 Things I Should Have Said 2:36
    02 Wake Up, Wake Up 2:54
    03 Tip Of My Tongue 2:35
    04 Is It Any Wonder 2:51
    05 Let's Live For Today 2:52
    06 Beatin' Round The Bush 2:34
    07 Out Of Touch 2:55
    08 Won't You See Me 3:04
    09 Where Where You When I Needed You 3:02
    10 No Exit 2:35
    11 This Precious Time 3:11
    12 House Of Stone 2:33




    Rob Grill – vocals, bass, composer
    Warren Entner – guitar, organ, vocals, composer
    Rick Coonce – drums, percussion
    Steve Barri – producer, composer
    Phil Kaye – engineer
    Chuck Britz – engineer
    P. F. Sloan – producer, composer
    Creed Bratton – guitar, vocals, composer
    Jimmie Haskell – arrangements
    Sid Feller – arrangements
    Session musicians – various instruments


    wikipedia:
    Feelings is the third album by the American rock group The Grass Roots. The album was originally released by Dunhill Records in 1968. It contained many songs composed by the group's members and studio performances of the musician's instrumentation. The album was intended to take the group into a heavier psychedelic direction with their music. The A and B side singles released were "Melody For You", "Hey Friend", "Feelings", "Here's Where You Belong", "Who Will You Be Tomorrow", "Hot Bright Lights", "All Good Things Come To An End" and "You And Love Are The Same". Midway during this run "Midnight Confessions" was released as an A side and became the group's highest charting single

    '68:
    13 Feelings 3:00
    14 Here's Where You Belong 3:15
    15 The Sins Of A Family Fall On The Daughter 3:03
    16 Melody For You 2:58
    17 Who Will You Be Tomorrow 2:39
    18 You Might As Well Go My Way 2:06
    19 All Good Things Come To An End 2:48
    20 Hot Bright Lights 5:04
    21 Hey Friend 3:04
    22 You And Love Are The Same 2:47
    23 Dinner For Eight 2:59
    24 Feelings, Reprise 0:41
    25 Depressed Feeling 2:34
    26 Midnight Confessions 2:46
    27 Bella Linda 2:53


    Rob Grill – vocals, bass, composer
    Warren Entner – guitar, organ, vocals, composer
    Rick Coonce – drums, percussion, composer
    Steve Barri – producer, composer
    Kenny Fukomoto – composer
    Albert Hammond – composer
    Richard Podolor – composer
    Phil Kaye – engineer
    Chuck Britz – engineer
    P. F. Sloan – composer
    Creed Bratton – guitar, vocals, composer
    Jimmie Haskell – arrangements
    Sid Feller – arrangements
    Session musicians – various instruments


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    Grand Funk Railroad ~ 1971 ~ Survivalgenre: heavy
    country: us
    audio: lossless (wv, cue, log, covers, 284 mb)
    time: 40'50"

    wiki:
    Survival is Grand Funk Railroad's fourth studio album, and was released in April 1971 by Capitol Records. It was produced by Terry Knight. Drummer Don Brewer was never happy with the drum sound on the album, due to Knight's insistence of having Brewer cover his drum heads with tea-towels, after seeing Ringo Starr using that technique in the Beatles' film Let It Be.

    "Country Road" - 4:22
    "All You've Got Is Money" - 5:16
    "Comfort Me" - 6:48
    "Feelin' Alright" (Dave Mason) - 4:27
    "I Want Freedom" - 6:19
    "I Can Feel Him In The Morning" (Don Brewer, Farner) - 7:15
    "Gimme Shelter" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) - 6:29


    All songs by Mark Farner unless otherwise noted.

    Mark Farner - vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards
    Mel Schacher - bass
    Don Brewer - vocals, drums

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    Led Zeppelin ~ 1969 ~ Led Zeppelin IIgenre: heavy
    country: uk
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 405 mb)
    time: 41'29"

    wiki

    Side one  
    1.  "Whole Lotta Love"    John Bonham/Willie Dixon/John Paul Jones/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant  5:34
    2.  "What Is and What Should Never Be"    Page/Plant  4:46
    3.  "The Lemon Song"    Bonham/Chester Burnett/Jones/Page/Plant  6:19
    4.  "Thank You"    Page/Plant  4:49

    Side two  
    5.  "Heartbreaker"    Bonham/Jones/Page/Plant  4:14
    6.  "Living Loving Maid (She's Just a Woman)"    Page/Plant  2:39
    7.  "Ramble On"    Page/Plant  4:34
    8.  "Moby Dick"    Bonham/Jones/Page  4:20
    9.  "Bring It On Home"    Dixon  4:19




    John Bonham – drums
    John Paul Jones – bass guitar, organ on "Thank You"
    Jimmy Page – electric and acoustic guitars, backing vocals, theremin on "Whole Lotta Love"
    Robert Plant – lead vocals, harmonica on "Bring It On Home"


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    John Lennon ~ 1970 ~ John Lennon / Plastic Ono Bandgenre: rock
    country: uk
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 252 mb)
    time: 48'52"

    wiki:
    John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band is the debut solo album by English rock musician John Lennon. It was released in 1970, after Lennon had issued three experimental albums with Yoko Ono and Live Peace in Toronto 1969, a live performance in Toronto credited to the Plastic Ono Band. The album was recorded simultaneously with Ono's debut avant garde solo album, Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band, at Ascot Sound Studios and Abbey Road Studios using the same musicians and production team, and featured nearly identical cover artwork. John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band is generally considered one of Lennon's finest solo albums, documenting with honesty and artistic integrity his emotional and mental state at that point in his career. In 1987, Rolling Stone magazine ranked it fourth on "The 100 Best Albums of the Last Twenty Years." In 2012, the magazine ranked it number 23 on its list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

    Side one
    "Mother" – 5:34
    "Hold On" – 1:52
    "I Found Out" – 3:37
    "Working Class Hero" – 3:48
    "Isolation" – 2:51

    Side two
    "Remember" – 4:33
    "Love" – 3:21
    "Well Well Well" – 5:59
    "Look at Me" – 2:53
    "God" – 4:09
    "My Mummy's Dead" – 0:49

    bonus :
    "Power to the People" – 3:22
    "Do the Oz" – 3:07 (Lennon/Ono)


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    the Gods ~ 1968 ~ Genesisgenre: prog, psych
    country: uk
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 405 mb)
    time: 48'52"

    Side one
    "Towards The Skies" (Konas) – 3:25
    "Candles Getting Shorter" (Konas, Hensley) – 4:28
    "You're My Life" (Konas, Kerslake) – 3:20
    "Looking Glass" (Konas, Hensley) – 4:14

    "Misleading Colours" (Kerslake, Konas) – 3:40

    Side two
    "Radio Show" (Robertson, Sugarman) – 3:11
    "Plastic Horizon" (Robertson, Sugarman) – 3:26
    "Farthing Man" (Konas) – 3:30
    "I Never Know" (Konas, Hensley) – 5:41
    "Time And Eternity" (Konas, Kerslake) – 2:43

    Bonus :
    "Baby's Rich" (Konas, Hensley) – 2:48
    "Somewhere In The Street" (Hensley) – 2:50
    "Hey Bulldog" (Lennon–McCartney) – 3:03
    "Real Love Guaranteed" (Konas, Hensley) – 2:29


    John Glascock – bass, vocals
    Ken Hensley – guitar, percussion, keyboards, vocals
    Lee Kerslake – drums
    Joe Konas – guitar, vocals


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    Goblin ~ 1976 ~ Rollergenre: prog
    country: italy
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 219 mb)
    time: 34'18"

    01. Roller 4:41
    02. Aquaman 5:24
    03. Snip Snap 3:39
    04. Il Risveglio Del Serpente 3:31
    05. Goblin 11:10
    06. Dr.Frankenstein 5:52


    Massimo Morante / guitars 
    Fabio Pignatelli / basses 
    Claudio Simonetti / organ, piano, Hohner clavinet, Moog, Logan & Elka string synthesizers
    Maurizio Guarini / Fender Rhodes piano, Hohner pianet, Moog, clarinet, piano 
    Agostino Marangolo / drums, percussion 

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    Glass Harp ~ 1971 ~ Synergygenre: prog
    country: us
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 283 mb)
    time: 42'12"

    wiki

    01. One Day At A Time 3:40
    02. Never Is A Long Time 3:26
    03. Just Always 5:02
    04. Special Friends 2:43
    05. Coming Home 3:32
    06. Song Of Hope 4:23
    07. Child Of The Universe 3:01
    08. Mountains 4:01
    09. Answer 2:40
    10. Dawn Of A New Day 2:56
    11. Let The Bells Ring (Bonus Track) 6:48


    JOHN S. FERRA    drms, vcls, gtr
    PHIL KEAGGY    gtr, vcls
    DAN PECCHIO    bs, vcls


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    Gentle Giant ~ 1972b ~ Octopusgenre: prog
    country: uk
    audio: lossless (wv, cue, log, covers, 243 mb)
    time: 34'12"

    Wiki:
    Octopus is an album by British progressive rock band Gentle Giant, released in 1972. It marked a change in drummers from Malcolm Mortimore to John Weathers. The new line-up of the band delivered the Octopus album later in 1972, generally considered to represent the start of the band's peak period. The hardest and most "rocking" Gentle Giant album to date, Octopus  was allegedly named by Phil Shulman's wife Roberta as a pun on "octo opus" (eight musical works, reflecting the album's eight tracks). In 2004, Ray Shulman commented "(Octopus) was probably our best album, with the exception, perhaps of Acquiring the Taste. We started with the idea of writing a song about each member of the band. Having a concept in mind was a good starting point for writing. I don't know why, but despite the impact of The Who's Tommy and Quadrophenia, almost overnight concept albums were suddenly perceived as rather naff and pretentious". The album maintained Gentle Giant's trademark of broad and challengingly integrated styles. One of the highlights was the intricate madrigal-styled vocal workout "Knots", lyrically inspired by the work of R. D. Laing.
    In the Q & Mojo Classic Special Edition Pink Floyd & The Story of Prog Rock, the album came #16 in its list of "40 Cos
    mic Rock Albums".

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    Gasolin' ~ 1976 ~ Live Sådangenre: hard
    country: denmark
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 594 mb)
    time: 1:10'22"

    Wiki:
    Gasolin' was a Danish rock band from Christianshavn in Copenhagen formed by Kim Larsen, Franz Beckerlee and Wili Jønsson in 1969. Their first drummer was the late Bjørn Uglebjerg. He was replaced by Søren Berlev in 1971. At the formation the guitar playing of Franz Beckerlee was inspired by Jimi Hendrix and the singing and lyrics of Larsen was inspired by Bob Dylan, while the rhythm playing of Jønsson and Berlev owed much to The Beatles. However, they would soon develop their own musical style. The pop sensibility of Kim Larsen, the artistic attitude of Franz Beckerlee and the musical competence of Wili Jønsson would prove to be a recipe for success. Gasolin's lyrics were generally written by the entire group, often with the assistance of friend Mogens Mogensen.

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    the Gants ~ 2000 ~ I Wondergenre: beat
    country: us
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 426 mb)
    time: 1:10'22"

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    Greenwood in Mississippi was home to this band which came together in 1963. They were actually known as The Kingsmen. They called themselves The Gants when Johnny Sanders replaced Johnny Freeman on guitar. The name was taken from a local shirt manufacturer! In their early days, they sounded much like The Beatles and by chance The Animals' manager Mike Jeffries spotted them playing in Mississippi and booked them as a support act for an Animals tour.
    Before long they were in Alabama's Muscle Shoals studio recording their own arrangement of Bo Diddley's Roadrunner. It was very popular locally and after release on a couple of local labels it was picked up by Liberty and this national distribution took it to No. 46 in the national charts. An album followed and was made up from material recorded at the same session. It was a mixture of punk covers like Gloria and House of The Rising Sun and Sid Herring compositions like the melodic My Baby Don't Care and Six Days In May which underscored Herring's songwriting skills.

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    Galliard ~ 1970b ~ New Dawngenre: fusion, eclectic
    country: uk
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 282 mb)
    time: 42'55"

    01. New Dawn Breaking 4:22
    02. Ask For Nothing 9:01
    03. Winter-Spring-Summer 5:57


    04. Open Up Your Mind 3:15
    05. And Smile Again 4:10
    06. Something Going On 4:56
    07. Premonition 4:45
    08. In Your Mind's Eyes 6:29


    Andrew Abbott / bass, second lead vocals
    Geoff Brown / vocals, rhythm guitar
    Dave Caswell / woodwind (saxophone & flute)
    Richard Pannell / guitar, sitar
    Leslie Podraza / drums
    John Smith / woodwind
    Harald Beckett / trumpet, flute, horn
    John Hughes / trombone
    Lyle Jenkins / saxophone
    John Morton / keyboards
    Tony Roberts / saxophone, flute
    Tommy Thomas / percussion 


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    Funkadelic ~ 1970b ~ Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Followgenre: soul psych
    country: us
    audio: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers, 284 mb)
    time: 41'50"

    wiki:
    Free Your Mind... and Your Ass Will Follow is the second studio album by American funk band Funkadelic, released in July 1970 by Westbound Records.
    The album was recorded at United Sound Studios, Audio Graphic Services, and G-M Recording Studios in Detroit. The inspiration for this album was, according to George Clinton, an attempt to "see if we can cut a whole album while we're all tripping on acid.
    The album's gatefold cover forms something of a visual pun, echoing the sentiments of the album title. The sight of a woman holding her arms towards heaven in an ecstatic pose is subverted upon opening the sleeve to find that she is nude


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    the Frost ~ 1970 ~ Through The Eyes Of Lovegenre: heavy
    country: us
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 192 mb)
    time: 33'41"

    01. Black as Night 7:37
    02. 1500 Miles (Through the eyse of a Beatle) 3:39
    03. Through the Eyes of Love (God Help Us Please) 6:16
    04. Maybe Tomorrow 2:53
    05. It's So Hard 4:51
    06. Long Way From Home 3:53
    07. Big Time Spender 4:32


    GORDY GARRIS bs, vcls
    DON HARTMAN gtr, vcls
    BOB RIGGS drms
    DICK WAGNER gtr, vcls

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