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    Main » 2010 » March » 03

    genre: blues

    country: uk

    quality : lossless (ape, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)

    time: 48'00" size: 342 or 96 mb


    01. Seven Moons 4:40
    02. Lives of Clay 5:02
    03. Distant Places of the Heart 5:23
    04. She's Not the One 2:55
    05. So Far to Yesterday 3:33
    06. Just Another Day 5:30
    07. Perfect Place 3:47
    08. The Last Door 5:08
    09. Bad Case of Celebrity 4:05
    10. Come to Me 4:44
    11. I'm Home 3:12

    Jack Bruce - bass $ vocals

    Robin Trower - guitar & vocals

    Gary Husband - drums

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    Jackson Browne ~ 1976 ~ The Pretender

    genre: mainstream

    country: us

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

    time: 35'41" size: 219 mb




    "The Fuse" – 5:50

    "Your Bright Baby Blues" – 6:05
    "Linda Paloma" – 4:06
    "Here Come Those Tears Again" (Browne, Nancy Farnsworth) – 3:37
    "The Only Child" – 3:43
    "Daddy's Tune" – 3:35
    "Sleep's Dark and Silent Gate" – 2:37
    "The Pretender" – 5:53


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    genre: surf

    country: us

    quality : mp3 (320k, scans)

    time: 49'51" size: 121 mb

    misc.: compil. recorded '64-'67


    Known to some as "the Beach Boys of the Midwest, " the Boys Next Door were among the relatively few competent emulators of the Beach Boys/Jan & Dean vocal/hot rod/surf sound, and certainly among the very few competent emulators to emerge from outside of California. Formed in Indianapolis, they issued a few singles in 1964-67, the first of these billed to the Four Wheels before they reverted to the name Boys Next Door (which they'd been known as before making their recording debut). The group had an extremely clean-cut image and sound, right down to the circa-1964 Beach Boys pinstripe shirts seen in some photos. Actually, however, their recordings were pretty good and energetic, with melodic harmonies and a fairly kinetic drive. The early Four Wheels singles were convincing SoCal hot-rod pastiches, and singles such as "Mandy" were respectable approximations of the Beach Boys sound circa 1964-65 that could have fit in well as tracks on Beach Boys LPs of the period. The Boys Next Door were also no producer's concoction, writing much of their material and gigging frequently in the midwest, opening for stars like Herman's Hermits, the Hollies, Jerry Lee Lewis, and of course the Beach Boys.

    The Boys Next Door were briefly produced by Bobby Goldsboro, who also wrote a few songs for them. They remained little known outside of Indianapolis, however, and split in late 1967 in disputes over musical direction, lead singer Steve Kester wanting to move into West Coast psychedelia, drummer Jim Koss and keyboardist Skeet Bushor wanting to play R&B. A comprehensive CD collection, including the Four Wheels sides, Girls Next Door singles, and a bunch of unissued material, was released in 1999. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide


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    genre: psych

    country: canada

    quality : lossless (flac, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)

    time: 50'30" size: 232 or 127 mb


    Dreams Fantasies & Nightmares:

    This Toronto, Ontario, band's album has become the most sought-after Canadian LP of this genre. Gibas wrote four tracks, Roth two and they combined to pen the remaining two. Ladened with lots of fuzz guitar throughout, every track's a winner and it's difficult to single out individual cuts for praise but Riverside and Going To The City contain some of the best fuzz guitar work. Look At Love is a ballad. The flip to their sole 45 was not on the album. The 'A' side, Sacred Cows, which was, can also be heard on the Reverberation IV (CD).

    In 1989 the band released a further vinyl album, The Fourth Line Is... You Will and in 1996 recorded a further limited edition CD, Shadows On The Wall.


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