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    Main » 2015 » January » 7



    Otis Redding ~ 1967 ~ Tell the Truthgenre: deep soul
    state: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers, 174 mb)
    time: 31'07"

    Side one    
    1. "Demonstration"   Otis Redding, Don Covay 2:25
    2. "Tell The Truth"   Lowman Pauling 3:11
    3. "Out Of Sight"   James Brown 2:18
    4. "Give Away None of My Love"     2:54
    5. "Wholesale Love"     2:29
    6. "I Got The Will"     2:51

    Side two 
    7. "Johnny's Heartbreak"   Otis Redding, Arthur Alexander 2:29
    8. "Snatch A Little Piece"     2:13
    9. "Slippin' And Slidin'"   Richard Penniman, Edwin Bocage, James Smith, Albert Collins 1:57
    10. "The Match Game"   Otis Redding, David Porter 2:55
    11. "A Little Time"     2:33
    12. "Swingin' On A String"     2:52


    All songs written and composed by Otis Redding; except where indicated. 

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    Alberto Radius ~ 1976 ~ Che Cosa Seigenre: rock, pop
    state: italy
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 281 mb)
    time: 38 '50"

    wikipedia:
    Second solo album by Alberto Radius, which will be the eponymous single. It is a work in which there is a large deployment of violins. The electric guitar solos are almost non-existent, while there is a certain fondness for the acoustic guitar. Comprised almost entirely of ballads, is a fairly unusual for a hard rock guitarist.


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    Rabbit ~ 1974 ~ Dark Saloon + 1973 ~ Broken Arrowsgenre: rock, brassy
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 406 mb)
    time: 1:04 '08"

    Tapestry of Delights:
    A rock band which included former Free members John Bundrick and Simon Kirke and Snuffy Walden from Stray Dog.

    '74:
    01. Don't You Leave Me Babe 3:25
    02. Dig It Johnny Walker 3:29
    03. Dark Saloon 2:41
    04. '43 Revolution 4:17
    05. Special Woman 3:20
    06. Devil Run 3:45
    07. Cheat on Me 3:32
    08. Hall of Love 3:45
    09. I Believe in You 3:20
    10. Magical Fountain 3:00


    JOHN BUNDRICK    vcls, keyb'ds, gtr, bs
    TETSU YAMAUCHI    bs
    JANNE SCHAFFER    gtr

    '73:
    11. I Love Life and Peace 2:17
    12. Broken Arrows 2:28
    13. I Don't Mind 4:03
    14. Ergot 3:08
    15. Blues My Guitar 2:54
    16. Music Is the Answer 3:52
    17. Salt Annie Ginger Tree 2:24
    18. London Town 2:47
    19. You're There Somewhere 2:51
    20. Boll Weevil Blues 2:49


    JOHN BUNDRICK    vcls, keyb'ds, gtr, bs
    PETE CARR    gtr
    SIMON KIRKE    drms
    SNUFFY WALDEN    gtr
    TETSU YAMAUCHI    bs

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    the Quincy Conserve ~ 2001 ~ The Very Best Ofgenre: rock, brass, pop
    state: new zealand
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 406 mb)
    time: 1:03 '45"
    misc.: '68-'73 recordings

    Dreams Fantasies & Nightmares:
    The Qincy Conserve was Wellington's first supergroup. All of the original line-up, except for Dennis Mason, had played in other bands. They formed in 1967 and were the resident band at the Downtown Club for a number of years. A capable live band, they also shone in the studio and had a plethora of recordings. Ride The Rain, a brassy rock song with an appealing rhythmic beat..
    The Line-up details given above is incomplete. Raice McLeod, who played with the band between April '68 to November '69 left to play with Ricky May in Australia. He was replaced by Bruno Lawrence but both Richard Burgess and Tom Swainson also had spells at the drumkit. Former Top Shelf member Kevin Furey played lead guitar for a while and Geoff Culverwell from The Wedge was also later in the band.
    Raice McLeod recalls:- "In both '68 and '69, The Quincy were the backup band for any/all singers on the Loxene Gold Disc Award tours. Allison Durbin was the star we backed on both, plus assorted other singers. Larry's Rebels were also on the '69 trip."
    When they finally broke up in 1975 a new band The 1860 Band emerged out of their ashes. Malcolm, a severe diabetic, later put together a pub-rock outfit called Captain Custard, but his diabetes finally got the better of him and he died from complications arising out of his condition on 5th November 1988.

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    Quill ~ 1977 ~ Sursum Cordagenre: sympho prog
    state: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers, 206 mb)
    time: 35 '35"

    progarchives:
    Founded by three musician friends back in 1975, QUILL was the result of the pairing of individual longings for the creation of rock music with a strong artistic drive: of course, the parameters of prog rock provided the main clue for this enterprise. Keyboardist Ken DeLoria, bassist/guitarist Keith Christian and drummer/percussionist Jim Sides joined forces after years spent covering pop music's top billing hits. From day one, they intended their original material to be epic and ambitious, full of mood shifts and orchestral-oriented structures: their power-trio formation allowed DeLoria's keyboard inputs to take center stage in the melodic department, although their material doesn't get as bombastic as ELP. The band's nuclear sound actually isn't too related to the prototypical pomposity of ELP or TRACE; QUILL is more focused on the meticulously melodic approach that YES, GENESIS and early 70's-RICK WAKEMAN has perfected so majestically in their hey-day. In this way, QUILL manages to create a musical proposal that turns out to be somewhat original while firmly rooted in the school of symphonic prog.
    "Sursum Corda", a concept-album that combines the magic of fairy tales and the affirmation of the self, was recorded with private funding at a resort studio between late '76 and early '77, eventually being issued to the format of pre-release vinyl. The band gained a cult following but not much support from the industry. While they were struggling to make their music known more broadly, they managed to write and record another epic concept-album, titled "The Demise of the Third King's Empire". For a couple of years they managed to perform their material, properly staged according to its artistic nature, to pleased audiences, but there came a time when the band got tired of struggling. And so, QUILL parted ways. All three members remained and still remain close friends (even business partners, at some time).
    QUILL's repertoire is recommended to all devoted lovers of symphonic prog, particularly that inspired by the most renowned British pioneers: the "Sursum Corda" album will surely make a valuable item in any good prog collection. ~ César Inca Mendoza Loyola

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    Quicksilver Messenger Service ~ 1972 ~ Comin' Thrugenre: rock
    state: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 237 mb)
    time: 36 '27"

    wikipedia:
    Comin' Thru is the seventh album by American psychedelic rock band Quicksilver Messenger Service. It is generally regarded as their weakest effort, and more or less marked the end of Quicksilver as anything other than a part-time band.

    Side one
    "Doin' Time in the U.S.A." (Gary Duncan) – 4:15
    "Chicken" (Traditional, arranged by Dino Valenti) – 4:03
    "Changes" (Valenti) – 4:15
    "California State Correctional Facility Blues" (Valenti, Duncan, Greg Elmore, Chuck Steaks) – 6:10

    Side two
    "Forty Days" (Valenti, Duncan, Elmore) – 5:31
    "Mojo" (Valenti) – 5:34
    "Don't Lose It" (Duncan, Valenti) – 5:57


    Dino Valenti – vocals, guitar, congas
    Gary Duncan – guitar, vocals,
    Greg Elmore – drums
    Chuck Steaks – organ
    Mark Ryan – bass

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