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    Main » 2010 » February » 08

    genre: psych

    country: uk

    quality : mp3 (320k, covers)

    time: 36'56" size: 88 mb

    Tapestry of Delights:

    Something of an anachronism, in that they originated in California but recorded in London, The Misunderstood have two claims to fame: they were managed for a while by John Peel and recorded two of the best singles of the psychedelic era:- I Can Take You To The Sun and Children Of The Sun. Both contain some excellent guitar riffs and are sought-after by collectors. Both were recorded at the same time but the second was issued belatedly. The group started out in Riverside, California, when Treadway, Moe and Phelps (lead gtr) formed their own surfing group, The Blue Notes, changing their name to The Misunderstood in 1965 by which time Brown and Whiting had been added to their line-up. Then, having recruited Campbell from another surfing band, The Goldstones, as a replacement for Phelps, who left the band, they had cut two blues tracks, Jimmy Reed's You Don't Have To Go and Howlin' Wolf's Who's Been Talkin' as a single. These can now be heard on Before The Dream Faded, Cherry Red's 1982 release of the group's earlier material. After seeing them play a gig at the opening of a shopping centre in Riverside, John Peel (then known as Ravenscroft) realised their potential and acted as their manager. The band soon developed a mind-blowing stage act. Treadway was soon called home to be drafted and was replaced by Tony Hill, but when Moe, too, was drafted the band began to fall apart.

    However, the six songs they recorded here in England (now contained on side one of Before The Dream Faded) captured the band at their creative zenith. Musically they predated Pink Floyd by several months and had the whole band not been eventually deported back to the States, they could well have attained similar status.

    Campbell reformed the band in 1969 with an entirely different line-up which recorded two Rhythm and Blues influenced singles, You're Tuff Enough and Never Had A Girl (Like You Before). These were not as good as the first two singles although they do now fetch similar prices. When they collapsed, Campbell formed Juicy Lucy, with other members of this group, who reached No 14 in the UK Charts in March 1970 with Bo Diddley's Who Do You Love?. Tony Hill later joined High Tide. ...

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    Soft Machine ~ 1972 ~ Fifth

    genre: jazz

    country: uk

    quality : lossless  (ape, cue, log, scans)

    time: 43'52" size: 254 mb

    issue: 2007 remaster




    01 - All White 6:01
    02 - Drop 7:50
    03 - M C 4:57
    04 - As If 8:02
    05 - L B O 1:53
    06 - Pigling Bland 4:22
    07 - Bone 3:35


    08 - All White (Take Two)


    Elton Dean – alto saxophone, saxello, (Fender Rhodes) electric piano (2)

    Hugh Hopper – bass guitar

    Mike Ratledge – (Lowrey) organ, (Fender Rhodes) electric piano

    Phil Howard – drums (1-3)

    John Marshall – drums (4-6)


    Roy Babbington – double bass (4)

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    genre: neo prog

    country: japan

    quality : mp3 (192k, covers)

    time: 56'13" size: 85 mb


    1. Sham noctiluca (8:07)
    2. The slough of despond (15:33)
    3. Mortuary (4:46)
    4. Beyond the clean air (18:45)
    Bonus track on cd releases:
    5. Green forest (8:54)

    - Kazuo Katayama / acoustic & electro nic drums, percussion

    - Eishyo Lynn / piano, synthesizers

    - Katsuaki Mishima / bass

    - Eigo Utoh / lead vocals, violin

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    genre: heavy

    country: us

    quality : lossless  (WavPack, cue, log, scans)

    time: 36'12" size: 237 mb

    misc.: live '72


    01. Kick Out The Jams - Empty Heart 8:37
    02. Ramblin' Rose 3:07
    03. Thunder Express 4:24
    04. Rama Lama Fa Fa Fa 10:09
    05. Motor City Is Burning 4:22
    06. I Can Only Give You Everything 2:57
    07. I Just Don't Know 2:36

    Views: 2162 | Date: 08.02.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)

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