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    genre: sunshine pop, psych
    state: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers,  size: 427 mb), mp3 (320k, covers, 150 mb)
    time: 38'21"

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    Curt Boettcher was a prodigious talent (sadly he died in 1987 at age 43) whose studio wizardry produced sounds and arrangements way ahead of any at the time and The Millennium album was the culmination of this period. He'd started out with the folk group The Goldebriars (two albums on Epic in 1964) then formed a vocal duo, Summer's Children, before getting into production which included The Association's first LP And Then Along Comes and their million-selling Along Comes Mary 45. From then till Millennium he was involved in a plethora of groups and studio projects:- Ballroom (with Sandy Salisbury and Lee Mallory), Your Gang and Friar Tuck (both with Mike Deasy), culminating in Sagittarius (with Gary Usher) which put out a lot of unreleased Ballroom material. In the seventies Curt would issue a solo LP and form California but it's for his creative outburst in the mid-late sixties and those heavenly multi-layered vocal arrangements that he will be remembered.
    Millennium then, were put together as a vehicle for Boettcher's ideas with the intention to weld Fennelly and Stec's rock background with the avant garde pop of Mallory and Salisbury. Boettcher was to 'Lead the way'... and there was a kind of evangelical fervour about it, best heard on their first single It's You. Goldenrod who are thought to have acted as a backing group to Lee Mallory, formed the basis of the remaining personnel, originally becoming involved as part of the "Our Productions" house band led by Mike Deasy.
    Boettcher wrote almost half of the tracks on their pleasant pop/rock album, with Jerry Scheff from Goldenrod contributing Dandelion to their repertoire.
    Boettcher wrote almost half of the tracks on their pleasant pop/rock album, Salisbury, Fennelly, and Mallory providing most of the remainder, with Jerry Scheff from Goldenrod contributing Dandelion (not on the album) to their repertoire. The album took a year to record and was only the second album ever done on 16-track (Simon and Garfunkel's Bookends being the first). Columbia Engineer Roy Halee had pioneered the technique by jerryrigging two eight-track recorders with a third machine feeding the two.
    Stylistically, the album is in the mould of Sagittarius, with the standout cut being the astonishing Karmic Dream Sequence #1. A true voyage into the infinite and six of the most magical minutes that Sixties music has to offer. Group member Sandy Salisbury describes the song: "This piece still evokes everything I felt in those days, from ecstacy to amazement to downright fear. Though I never used drugs, I always felt somehow out of touch when I heard this song - still do. The only explanation for that feeling is that Karmic Dream Sequence somehow tells me that Life is far, far deeper and more fascinating than my limited human mind can comprehend - it makes me want to explore, to experience, to feel, no matter how scary it gets".

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    genre: sympho prog
    state: france
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers,  size: 238 mb)
    time: 38'21"

    Scented Gardens of Mind:
    A group with a lush symphonic sound, almost like a cross between King Crimson, Genesis and Moody Blues, although with distinct French undercurrents (as pioneered by Ange).
    Their first album is the best one, and the second the rarest.

    1. Préface (0:59)
    2. Colin (2:14)
    3. Une Fille Demain (2:25)
    4. Chloé et Colin (3:36)
    5. Le Nuage Rose (2:16)
    6. Chloé (2:14)
    7. Oui Oui Oui (1:49)
    8. Le Petit Tas de Neige (4:11)
    9. Une Femme Si Béte (4:26)
    10. Le Nénuphar (2:32)
    11. Diagnostic (0:39)
    12. Renvoyé (2:46)
    13. La Chambre (0:32)
    14. L'Administration (1:44)
    15. Vers une Ile (5:50)


    Jean-Pierre Boulais / guitar, vocals
    Michel Aze / bass, vocals
    Jean-François Périer / keyboards, vocals
    Didier Guillaumat / guitar, vocals, choir
    Pascal Libergé / keyboards
    Christophe Boulanger / drums

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    genre: rock, blues
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers,  size: 301 mb), mp3 (320k, covers, 144 mb)
    time: 1:02'15"

    Tapestry of Delights:
    This was one of many bands brought to prominence by DJ John Peel, after they sent him a tape, he signed them to his Dandelion label. They started out as a duo gigging in the Midlands. Their early albums conjured up a very sparse understated atmosphere and contained several love songs. A highlight of their debut album was His Guiding Hand, which was also issued as a 45. They enjoyed Chart success with Pictures In The Sky but then the eccentric Hope-Evans quit and they reformed as a trio with ex-Yardbird Keith Relf on bass. Before 1972 was over, Hope-Evans turned up again and they reverted back to a duo augmented by session musicians for One And One Is One. The title cut and Rising Sun brought them further Chart success and they expanded to a quintet for their next album, Thru' A Five. Thereafter they hit hard times, although former Spencer Davis and Taste bassist Charlie McCracken was involved in a later line-up. Two Man Band, however, was recorded by the original duo of Fiddler and Hope-Evans.
    After their demise, Fiddler teamed up with former Mott The Hoople members in The British Lions and also worked and recorded as a solo artist. In the eighties he joined the ex-Yardbirds project The Box Of Frogs. Hope-Evans helped out Pete Townshend on his 1985 White City Soundtrack and played in a number of part-time groups.
    Their bass player on Thru' A Five, George Ford later played with Cockney Rebel.


    01. When Night Falls 4:51
    02. Ooee Baby 3:21
    03. Next Time The Sun Comes round 3:32
    04. This Love Of Old 3:17
    05. Home's Odyssey 2:16
    06. Oh My Heart To Peace 3:30
    07. Do It Now 3:05
    08. Be It As We Are 3:27
    09. Fire Under Mountain 4:28
    10. Two Men Now 3:39
    11. Crazy 'Bout You Baby 2:54
    12. Goin' Home 9:00
    13. His Guiding Hand 4:05
    14. Walkin' Blues 3:12
    15. Pictures In The Sky (Single version 1970) 2:38
    16. Pictures In The Sky (Reverberation Version 1969) 2:36
    17. Pictures In the Sky (Home recorded Demo 1969) 2:25


    Guitar – John Fiddler
    Harmonica – Peter Hope Evans
    Percussion – John Fiddler
    Vocals – John Fiddler, Peter Hope Evans

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    genre: heavy
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers,  size: 361 mb), mp3 (320k, covers, 180 mb)
    time: 48'47" misc.: losl lp

    Tapestry of Delights:
    A North Wales group formed by former Amen Corner roadie Chris Mayfield. Their producer was John Peel. Mike Smith had also been in Amen Corner, whilst Andy Scott had been in The Elastic Band and was later in The Sweet. ~ (Vernon Joynson/Christophe Simplex)

    01. Oh Lady 5:04
    02. Double Dealing Woman 3:30
    03. My Way Of Living 4:13
    04. I See A River 2:18
    05. Down From The Country 3:42
    06. Drinking My Moonshine 2:46
    07. Abracadabra 5:21
    08. Here Comes The Rain 9:19
    09. Rolling Down The Highway 2:18
    10. My One For Your Two 8:15
    11. Life's Been Good To Me 1:59


    vcls - Chris Mayfield
    gtrs - Andy Scott
    sax, tambourine - Mike Smith
    Backing Vocals – PP Arnold (tracks: 3, 10)
    Bass, Vocals [Harmony] – Steve Bradley
    Drums – Sean Jenkins, Chris Hunt (tracks: 11), Henry Spinetti (tracks: 2, 6)
    Harmonica, Flute – "Moxie" Gowland
    Keyboards, Vocals [Harmony] – Pete Saunders

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    genre: fusion, exp
    state: sweden
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers,  size: 610 mb)
    time: 48'43"+46'23"

    Wikipedia

    Mats:
    01. If I only had a clavinet 4:58
    02. Coco 3:11
    03. I wanna 4:57
    04. Spinning around 4:59
    05. Daisy 5:35
    06. If I only had a pianet 0:41
    07. Sylox 4:44
    08. Hjortron fran Mars 7:06
    09. Advokaten Le Messian 3:19
    10. Baader puff 9:14

    Morgan:
    01. Watch me pleasure 4:24
    02. Banned again 5:03
    03. Griefen 4:16
    04. Secret room outtakes 2:48
    05. Inget har hant 4:03
    06. Tyrschon 2:43
    07. Asaw x 2:32
    08. Q 3:01
    09. 3:rd movement farmor Marta 2:51
    10. I know where I have it 4:45
    11. Bass 6:18
    12. The difference between powerful & loud 3:39


    Mats Öberg / keyboards, vocals, harmonica
    Morgan Agren / drums, keyboards
    Jimmy Agren / guitar, mandolin
    Tommy Thordsson / bass, melodica
    Eric Carlsson / keyboards
    Patrick ögren / cello, bass
    guests:
    Jonas Lindgren / violin (CD Mats, 8)
    Gunnar Persson / bassoon (CD Mats, 3 and CD Morgan, 2, 3, 10)
    Fredrik Söhngen / oboe (CD Morgan, 3, 10)
    Jannis Eliasson / guitar (CD Morgan, 5)
    Peter Öberg / lecture (CD Morgan, 10)
    Simon Steensland / anklung, farfisa (CD Morgan, 2)
    Jan Hellman / stick (CD Morgan, 6)
    Sten Sandell / voice (CD Mats, 11)

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    genre: psych pop
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers,  size: 300 mb)
    time: 1:02'57" misc.: mono/stereo

    Wikipedia:
    As Is is a 1966 pop music album by Manfred Mann. It was their fourth overall (including a "greatest hits" package) but their first for Fontana Records and their first to feature new members Mike d'Abo and Klaus Voormann. It was produced by Shel Talmy and released in the U.K. on 21 October 1966 (STL5377).

    Side one
    "Trouble and Tea" (D'Abo) 2:12
    "A Now and Then Thing" (McGuinness) 2:44
    "Each Other's Company" (Hugg) 2:56
    "Box Office Draw" (D'Abo) 2:13
    "Dealer, Dealer" (Hugg, Mann, Peter Thomas) 3:17
    "Morning After the Party" (Hugg) 2:34

    Side two
    "Another Kind of Music" (Hugg, Mann) 2:32
    "As Long as I Have Lovin'" (D'Abo) 2:44
    "Autumn Leaves" (Kosma, Mercer) 1:56
    "Superstitious Guy" (Hugg) 2:46
    "You're My Girl" (Hugg, Mann, Thomas) 2:48
    "Just Like a Woman" (Dylan) 2:54


    MIKE HUGG    drms
    MANFRED MANN    keyb'ds
    TOM McGUINNESS    bs, gtr
    MIKE D'ABO    vcls

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    genre: psych
    state: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers,  size: 203 mb)
    time: 38'03"

    Wikipedia

    01. Bird Journey 2:50
    02. Here I Am 2:27
    03. Rainy May 3:27
    04. This Can't Be Real 3:08
    05. Dark Lady 4:39
    06. House Of Mirrors 2:26

    07. To A Lonely 3:52
    08. Strange 3:52
    09. Next Number 4:09
    10. Sunday Noon 7:14


    All songs written and composed by The Mandrake Memorial.

    CRAIG ANDERTON gtr, sitar
    RANDY MONACO vcls, bs
    J KEVIN LALLY drms
    MICHAEL KAC keyb'ds, vcls

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