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    Main » 2010 » March » 13

    genre: psych

    country: uk

    quality : lossless (ape, cue, log, scans,  size: 441 mb), mp3 (320k, scans, 189 mb)

    time: 1:03'28"


    "It Is the Business of the Future to Be Dangerous" (Dave Brock, Richard Chadwick, Alan Davey) – 6:23
    "Space Is Their (Palestine)" (Brock) – 11:46
    "Tibet Is Not China (Part 1)" (Davey) – 3:39
    "Tibet Is Not China (Part 2)" (Brock, Chadwick, Davey) – 3:20
    "Let Barking Dogs Lie" (Brock, Chadwick, Davey) – 9:01
    "Wave Upon Wave" (Davey) – 3:13
    "Letting in the Past" [aka "Looking in the Future"] (Brock) – 2:53
    "The Camera That Could Lie" (Brock) – 4:56
    "3 or 4 Erections in the Course of a Night" (Brock, Davey) – 2:02
    "Techno Tropic Zone Exists" (Brock) – 4:30
    "Gimme Shelter" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 5:34
    "Avante" (Brock, Chadwick, Davey) – 6:02


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    genre: psych

    country: uk

    quality : lossless (ape, cue, log, scans,  size: 296 mb), mp3 (320k, scans, 115 mb)

    time: 45'13"

    issue: 1992


    Side 1
    "Shot Down in the Night" (Steve Swindells) – 7:39
    "Motorway City" (Dave Brock) – 8:09
    "Spirit of the Age" (Robert Calvert, Brock) – 8:20

    Side 2
    "Brainstorm" (Nik Turner) – 8:41
    "Lighthouse" (Tim Blake) – 6:25
    "Master Of the Universe" (Turner, Brock) – 4:33
    "Silver Machine (Requiem)" (Calvert, Brock) – 1:23


    Dave Brock – electric guitar, keyboards, vocals
    Huw Lloyd-Langton – electric guitar, vocals
    Harvey Bainbridge – bass guitar, vocals
    Tim Blake – keyboards, vocals
    Simon King – drums


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    genre: prog, psych

    country: germany

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

    time: 55'19"+50'55" size: 700 mb

    issue: 1995  recorded '72,'70


    01. Keep On Going 12:10
    02. Singing Songs 8:56
    03. Backwater Blues 5:00
    04. Duty 17:38
    05. To My Mother

    01. Release 22:04
    02. Take Care Of Illusion 9:00

    03. Duty 7:37
    04. Floating


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    Frumpy ~ 1971 ~ Frumpy 2

    genre: prog

    country: germany

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

    time: 38'57" size: 250 mb

    issue: 1993


     Side one
    "Good Winds" – 10:02
    "How The Gipsy Was Born" – 10:05

    Side two
    "Take Care Of Illusion" – 7:30
    "Duty" – 12:09


    Rainer Baumann – guitar
    Carsten Bohn – drums
    Karl-Heinz Schott – bass
    Jean-Jacques Kravetz – keyboards
    Inga Rumpf – vocals

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    genre: heavy

    country: us

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

    time: 39'09" size: 247 mb


    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    From Detroit, Michigan this act were another fine example of the local hard rock and blues scene. Although they actually enjoyed three top 100 hits in the US, by far their finest moment was their highly original rock arrangement of House Of The Rising Sun (a traditional popularised by Dylan and The Animals), also notable for some superb guitar work.

    Produced by Michael Valvano, their debut album also sold well, peaking at No. 11 in the Charts. Apart from House Of The Rising Sun and Cryin' Shame (written by Valvano), all their material was written by Beaudry and Thompson. Recorded in New York and entirely composed of original tracks penned and produced by the group, the second album also met with some commercial success, climbing to No 149. Both albums combine hard rock and blues and are enjoyable if you like this style.

    The group then broke up and Rick Stevers assembled a new line-up. Recorded in Toronto, the third album, Earth Omen, was produced by Vinnie Testa and Clyde Stevers and is more heavy in style, with keyboards and some harder guitar work. Some ballads were also now included on here and are not their most interesting aspect.

    A fourth and final album was released on Fantasy in 1975, with an unknown line-up and style. ~ (Vernon Joynson / Max Waller / Stephane Rebeschini)

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    genre: heavy prog

    country: germany

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

    time: 36'38" size: 268 mb

    issue: russia

    Cosmic Dreams:

    A very talented group. Like Dschinn, My Solid Ground and Haze they were among those early Bacillus signings that disappeared after one promising album. Frame of Mind was recorded with Peter Hauke in the Dierks Studio, Stommeln (have you ever wondered how they managed to produce such a great bunch of albums?). Frame's sound was quite refined and lyrical - melodic heavy progressive rock influenced by folk and classical music. Instrumentally, it was centred around a confident and forceful hammond organ. In some ways their music was similar to Murphy Blend, but slower and more polished. Songs like "Winter" and "All I Really Want Explain" have an everlasting appeal: mellow heavy rock ballads from the golden age of 'progressive' music and long before The Scorpions completely destroyed this genre's reputation! Frame could also be more powerful and heavy in their approach, as documented by "If" and "Penny For An Old Guy". This very appealing album had a great psychedelic artwork and of course a fold-out cover. Originals are now very rare, selling for about 150 DEM in mint condition. Some years after the disappearance of Frame, both Cherry Hochdorfer and Wolfgang Claus resurfaced in the group Pell Mell, in time for their great symphonic rock album Only A Star (1978).

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    genre: beat, psych

    country: uk

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

    time: 58'19" size: 112 mb
    misc.: 2001 Korea


    Although the Flies are primarily remembered for their punkish rendition of "(I'm Not) Your Steppin' Stone" -- covered from Paul Revere & the Raiders' version -- the vast majority of the U.K. quartet's other material is much more pop-oriented and less aggressive. Complete Collection: 1965-1968 (2002) features 22 tracks from the virtually unknown Brit rockers. The East London band had evolved from The Rebs to the In-Sect and issued a long-player under the latter moniker in 1965. The following year saw two more name changes (the Decadent Streak and No Flies on Us BUT...) and a few personnel adjustments before being signed by Decca Records based upon their double-sided demo disc of "(I'm Not) Your Steppin' Stone" b/w "Just Won't Do." (Incidentally, both demos are included on this collection.) The label convinced the band to shorten their name to simply the Flies and, in October 1966, re-recorded "Steppin' Stone" as well as the mid-tempo love song "Talk to Me" for the respective A and B sides of their debut single. With a great industry buzz beginning to surround the Flies, they were picked up as a live support act, doing gigs with the Who, the Moody Blues, the Move, and Traffic; they even opened for the Jimi Hendrix Experience in February 1967 at the Roundhouse in London. The follow-up 45 also included two strong cuts. The backbeat heavy rocker "House of Love" as well as the lightweight take on the pop standard "It Had to Be You" -- which made the band sound more like Sopwith Camel or the New Vaudeville Band than the acid-laced garage rockers associated with their earlier sides. The Flies eventually landed as the core lineup began to splinter by the end of 1967. John Hunt (drums/vocals) issued a solo single under the guise of Alexander Bell -- which featured a session guitarist named Jimmy Page. Their "theme" (if you will), "Alexander Bell Believes," is an odd bit of Baroque pseudo-peacenik psychedelia, with a decidedly Kinks-influenced mod sound. In addition to the previously mentioned platters, this CD also includes a few pre-Flies pieces, such as the In-Sect covers of Chuck Berry's "Reelin' & Rockin'," the Beatles' "Ticket to Ride," and a demo of the Kinks' "Tired of Waiting for You," among others. ~ Lindsay Planer, All Music Guide


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    Flaming Youth ~ 1970 ~ Ark 2

    genre: psych

    country: uk

    quality : lossless (flac, cue, log, scans) & mp3  (192k, covers)

    time: 51'10" size: 346 mb


    Tapestry of Delights:

    Originally known as Hickory, this rock outfit is now most notable for containing Phil Collins, who was later of course in Genesis. The first 45 had a slight classical influence and their album was a concept, science fiction effort. Of their 45 tracks, Guide Me Orion, Space Child and From Now On (Immortal Invisible) also appear on the album.

    Brian Chatten was later in Jackson Heights and went on to play in many bands before starting a solo career in 1980. Gordon Smith also started a solo career and went to Holland in the eighties.

    (Vernon Joynson / Robert Khekht)


    01. Guide Me, Orion 3:19
    02. Earthglow 2:54
    03. Weightlessness 2:39
    04. The Planets 12:50
    05. Changes 5:48
    06. Pulsar 3:07
    07. Space Child 5:11
    08. In the Light of Love 3:28
    09. From Now On 4:21
    10. Man Woman & Child 3:43
    11. Drifting 3:50



    BRIAN CHATTEN keyb'ds

    PHIL COLLINS drms, vcls



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    genre: kraut, avant

    country:  germany

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

    time: 42'35" size: 246 mb


    Patchwork I:
    01. Walter Adler 0:43
    02. Stretch Over All Times 2:17
    03. A Seventies Event (edit) 2:17
    04. Rittersleut & Anderes (excerpt) 3:32
    05. Ayi Ayi 1:34
    06. Psalter (slow version) 2:47
    07. Tourbotrain 1:27
    08. Nervous 2:46
    09. Passings 0:33


    Patchwork II:
    10. Duo 2:14
    11. Pause 0:17
    12. Jassie 2:22
    13. Ironies 1:24
    14. Zerr:aus 1:56
    15. Drone Organ 3:35
    16. Stretch Out 2:39
    17. Elegie 2:22
    18. Rittersleut & Anderes (excerpt) 2:27
    19. Klaviernacht 1:07
    20. Out of Our Prison 4:18


    Arnulf Meifert , Gunther Wüsthoff , Hans Joachim Irmler , Jean-Hervé Peron , Lars Paukstat , Michael Stoll , Rudolf Sosna , Steven Wray Lobdell , Werner Diermaier


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    genre: heavy blues

    country: uk

    quality : mp3  (320k, scans)

    time: 1:03'32" size: 157 mb

    01 - Camden Theatre - Flying 3:57
    02 - Camden Theatre - Three Button Hand Me Down 3:58
    03 - Camden Theatre - Wicked Messenger 2:57
    04 - Paris Theatre - You're My Girl (I Don't Want To Discuss It) 6:17
    05 - Paris Theatre - Wicked Messenger 4:19
    06 - Paris Theatre - Devotion 6:28
    07 - Paris Theatre - It's All Over Now 8:19
    08 - Paris Theatre - I Feel So Good 8:40
    09 - Maida Vale Studio - Had Me A Real Good Time 4:52
    10 - Maida Vale Studio - Around The Plynth-Gasoline Alley 7:40
    11 - Maida Vale Studio - Country Comforts 6:04

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    genre: heavy

    country:  germany

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

    time: 40'04" size: 326 mb

    issue: 2007  remaster


    Cosmic Dreams:

    According to the cover of First Album, this trio was discovered by Dicky Tarrach, drummer in The Rattles, Propeller, Wonderland and Brave New World. The album was recorded at Windrose Dumont Time Studio in Hamburg with Tarrach as producer and additional help from Achim Reichel (bass) and Hans Lampe (percussion, later member of La Dusseldorf and Neu). The resulting product was in many ways similar to Propeller or British band Family in their heaviest mood. As a whole, it is somewhat easy-going. The hard rock material (nine tracks in all) was lacking in both originality and catchy tunes. A single ("Get Me, If You Want" coupled with "Hollywood Dreams") was lifted from the album, another one ("Why Do People Cry" coupled with "Run Through The Past") featured original songs, possibly scheduled for a second Reprise album (which never appeared). Three more Excalibur songs were. included on the obscure Hells Angels In Rock sampler, released on Jaguar 1974: "Danger Zone", "Join The Club" and "Love Circle" These were the last traces of Excalibur.


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    genre: freakbeat revival

    country: uk

    quality : mp3  (320k, scans)

    time: 47'10" size: 118 mb

    The Embrooks are not so much a mod revival outfit -- although that description would certainly do -- as a freakbeat revival group, if that mini-genre could be coined. Their sound is very much 1966-based, owing a great deal to the mod power pop sound of the Who and Who-type British acts of that time, as well as some to Continental (particularly Dutch) mid-'60s bands. There's enough guitar distortion tinge to their rave-ups to qualify for the freakbeat tag: mod on the verge of becoming psychedelic, but retaining a hard guitar pop base. The trio was formed in late 1996 by bassist/vocalist Mole (ex-Mystreated/Stewed), guitarist/vocalist Alessandro Cozzi Lepri (ex-Head & the Hares), and drummer Lois Tozer. As of 2000 they had released two albums and four singles/EPs, with their American debut, Our New Day, issued by Voxx that year. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

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