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    psychedelic: the Baroques ~ 1968 ~ Purple Day

    genre: psych

    country: us

    quality : lossless(flac, cue, log, scans, 437 mb), mp3 (320k, scans, size: 212 mb)

    time: 1:15'57"

    misc: compil.


    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    The Baroques came from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and were one of the first psychedelic bands in the area. Their original album Baroques is excellent and also includes their best track, Musical Tribute To The Oscar Weiner Wagon. This, starts slowly, culminating in a kaleidoscopic interplay of guitar and drums. A consistently high standard is also maintained throughout almost all the album with Rose Colored Glasses, In Silver Light and Purple Day featuring fine guitar interplay which captures the band at its best.

    Originally known as The Complete Unknowns they dressed in baroque costumes and always played with a white pot-bellied stove on stage which contained the controls for their light show. After the first album Chess wanted them to record material like Chippie, The Hippie From Mississippi which the band refused to do. They were subsequently released from their Chess contract and released their own 45 I Will Not Touch You in April, 1968. The band split some six months later.

    Wayne Will, an original member, was drafted in August 1966. Jay stayed in music business, Jacques is now a communications professor at University of Colorado, Dean an art professor at Massachusetts College of Art, and Rich is a travelling salesman.

    Anyone interested in finding out more should take their pick between two retrospective compilations. The vinyl The Baroques put out by the band on their own label, contains some of their finer tracks from their original album (Mary Jane, Musical Tribute To The Oscar Weiner Wagon, Iowa, A Girls Name and Bicycle), otherwise the material is all new. Sunflowers and At The Garden Gate, both from February 1968, are more in a progressive vein with lots of extended instrumentation. Still, quite interesting though. The CD, Purple Day covers similar ground with rarities and "best of" material alike. ~ (Vernon Joynson / Max Waller / Lloyd Peasley)

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    psychedelic: Devendra Banhart ~ 2007 ~ Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon

    genre: psych folk

    country: us

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

    time: 1:11'49" size: 356 mb

    "Cristobal" (with Gael García Bernal) - 4:30
    "So Long Old Bean" - 2:56
    "Samba Vexillographica" (with Chris Robinson of The Black Crowes) - 4:49
    "Seahorse" - 8:04
    "Bad Girl" - 4:48
    "Seaside" - 4:36
    "Shabop Shalom" (with Nick Valensi of The Strokes) - 4:38
    "Tonada Yanomaminista" - 2:56
    "Rosa" (with Rodrigo Amarante of Los Hermanos) - 5:08
    "Saved" - 5:33
    "Lover" - 3:43
    "Carmensita" - 4:49
    "The Other Woman" - 3:49
    "Freely" (with Linda Perhacs)- 4:59
    "I Remember" - 4:25
    "My Dearest Friend" - 2:36

    The current name of Banhart's band is Spiritual Bonerz (the 'z' is silent), and the line-up consists of:

    Devendra Banhart

    Noah Georgeson

    Luckey Remington

    Pete Newsom

    Greg Rogove

    Rodrigo Amarante

    Andy Cabic

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    psychedelic: Devendra Banhart ~ 2004 ~ Niсo Rojo

    genre: psych folk

    country: us

    quality : mp3 (192k, scans)

    time: 45'12" size: mb

    "Wake Up, Little Sparrow" (Ella Jenkins cover) – 2:54
    "Ay Mama" – 3:01
    "We All Know" – 2:46
    "Little Yellow Spider" – 3:39
    "A Ribbon" – 2:39
    "At the Hop" – 2:14
    "My Ships" – 1:37
    "Noah" – 2:29
    "Sister" – 2:38
    "Water May Walk" – 3:14
    "HorseheadedfleshWizard" – 2:25
    "An Island" – 2:04
    "Be Kind" – 3:05
    "Owl Eyes" – 2:45
    "The Good Red Road" – 2:04
    "Electric Heart" – 5:32

    Devendra Banhart - guitar (acoustic, electric), vocals, producer, artwork

    Doug Anderson - mastering, mixing

    Michael Gira - harmonica, vocals, producer

    Thor Harris - percussion

    Julia Kent - cello

    Jason LaFarge - vocals, engineer

    Joe McGinty - piano, keyboards

    Steve Moses - percussion, trombone

    Siobhan - vocals

    David Smith - trumpet

    Lauren Dukoff - flute

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    psychedelic: Devendra Banhart ~ 2004 ~ Rejoicing in the Hands

    genre: psych folk

    country: us

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

    time: 42'09" size: 197mb


    "This Is the Way" – 2:53
    "A Sight to Behold" – 2:26
    "The Body Breaks" – 2:43
    "Poughkeepsie" – 2:17
    "Dogs They Make Up the Dark" – 1:20
    "Will Is My Friend" – 3:04
    "This Beard Is for Siobhan" – 2:36
    "See Saw" – 3:22
    "Tit Smoking in the Temple of Artesan Mimicry" – 1:25
    "Rejoicing in the Hands" – 1:41
    "Fall" – 2:53
    "Todo Los Dolores" – 2:30
    "When the Sun Shone on Vetiver" – 3:34
    "There Was Sun" – 1:31
    "Insect Eyes" – 5:08
    "Autumn's Child" – 2:40


    Devendra Banhart - bass, guitar (acoustic, electric), piano, vocals, producer, drawing

    Vashti Bunyan - vocals

    Paul Cantelon - violin

    Thor Harris - percussion, vibraphone

    Julia Kent - cello

    Joe McGinty - organ, piano

    Steve Moses - percussion, drums


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    progressive: Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso ~ 1975 ~ Banco

    genre: prog

    country: italy

    quality : lossless (flac separate, scans)

    time: 48'02" size: 228 mb

    misc: japan

    01 - Chorale (from Traccia's Theme) 2:31
    02 - L'Albero Del Pane (The Bread Tree) 4:45
    03 - Metamorphosis 14:59
    04 - Outside 7:44
    05 - Leave Me Alone 5:23
    06 - Nothing's The Same 9:58
    07 - Traccia II 2:42

    - Pier Luigi Calderoni / drums, percussion

    - Gianni Nocenzi / grand piano, clarinet, synthetizer

    - Renato D'angelo / bass guitar, acoustic guitar

    - Rodolfo Maltese / electric & acoustic guitar, trumpet, vocal

    - Vittorio Nocenzi / organ, synthesizers, electronic strings

    - Francesco Di Giacomo / vocals

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    progressive: Ballettirosadimacchia - 1975 - Ballettirosadimacchiagenre: prog
    country: italy
    quality : lossless (ape, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, cover)
    time: 38'33"
    size: 235 & 90 mb

    Little is known about this mysterious group, whose only good album has never been reissued on CD and often changed hands for incredible prices before people started to realise it's not a real italian 70's rarity. Even the year of recording is uncertain. Some say it is from 1974-75, and for this reason it's included here, but it seems more likely that it is from the mid 80's.
    The album was printed in Canada with a german producer, the music is good organ and mellotron-led prog sung in italian with a strong foreign accent and often incomprehensible lyrics: this is almost certainly a foreign group, probably japanese, playing under fake italian names, and even the incredibly high number of errors in the cover notes and lyrics confirms this impression.
    The line-up mentioned on the cover includes Tonino Leo Ucchi (vocals, bass, acoustic guitar, flute, keyboards), Antonio Sassada (guitar), Gianni Mazzi (keyboards) and Marcello Taddeo Matteotti (drums, percussion, keyboards).
    The LP has also been reissued in Japan or Korea with a plain white cover.

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    Dr. Z ~ 1971 ~ Three Parts To My Soul

    genre: heavy prog

    country: uk

    quality : lossless (flac, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (256k, scans)

    time: 46'54" size: 322 or 88 mb

    Tapestry of Delights:

    Only around 80 copies were reputedly sold of this keyboard-dominated progressive album, making it one of the most difficult major label releases to trace. It is, however, better than its reputation would suggest. The main concept is the division of human nature in three parts which are inimical to each other and this philosophical point of view is strongly reflected in the lyrics:-

    'The more I live, to love, caress and tend
    The more I know the need to rave and rip and rend
    So liberate my soul, come see the trinity - Neither good nor bad

    It's dead - that makes you free.'Although this inevitably hangs heavy on the music, the careful approach applied to most of it saves a lot. The parts where the shadow-side of the soul plays the cardinal role are full of real despair and get a convincing musical treatment. The sparse instrumentation, virtually without guitar, is skilfully used. If you don't mind being showered with philosophical content while listening to rock, then this comes recommended.

    The 1991 CD reissue came in two formats and included both sides of their earlier non-album 45, which was a fine example of inventive late sixties pop. Aside from the straight-forward CD reissue, there's also a lavish 7" sleeve CD package which tries to replicate the original open-out sleeve which had been designed by Barney Bubbles who was better known for designing Hawkwind's sleeves.

    Robbie Watson was later in The Speedometers in 1979. The band were the musical vehicle of a North Wales professor called Keith Keyes. They were signed to Vertigo by Patrick Campbell-Lyons after he'd been sent a tape of Keyes' singing accompanied only by a piano.

    (Marcel Koopman/Vernon Joynson).

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    psycedelic: the Doors 1968 Waiting For The Sun

    genre: psych

    country: us

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

    time: 33'12" size: 186 mb

    "Hello, I Love You" – 2:14

    "Love Street" – 2:53
    "Not to Touch the Earth" – 3:56
    "Summer's Almost Gone" – 3:22
    "Wintertime Love" – 1:54
    "The Unknown Soldier" – 3:23
    "Spanish Caravan" – 3:03
    "My Wild Love" – 3:01
    "We Could Be So Good Together" – 2:26
    "Yes, the River Knows" – 2:36
    "Five to One" – 4:26

    All songs written by The Doors (John Densmore, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek and Jim Morrison).

    Jim Morrison - vcls

    Ray Manzarek - Gibson G-101 organ, Vox Continental organ on We Could Be So Good Together, piano, keyboard bass

    Robby Krieger - gtr

    John Densmore - drms

    Douglas Lubahn - occasional bss, el.bss on `Spanish Caravan`

    Kerry Magness - play bss on `The Unknown Soldier`

    Leroy Vineger ac. bss on `Spanish Caravan`

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    genre: psych

    country: us

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

    time: 48'51" size: 312 mb

    misc: remaster

    Side one

    "The Changeling" – 4:21
    "Love Her Madly" (Robby Krieger, The Doors) – 3:20
    "Been Down So Long" – 4:41
    "Cars Hiss By My Window" – 4:12
    "L.A. Woman" – 7:49
    Side two

    "L'America" – 4:37
    "Hyacinth House" (John Densmore, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek) – 3:11
    "Crawling King Snake" (Tony Hollins, Bernard Besman, John Lee Hooker) – 5:00
    "The WASP (Texas Radio and the Big Beat)" – 4:16
    "Riders on the Storm" – 7:09

    All songs written by Jim Morrison, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, and John Densmore except where noted.

    Jim Morrison – vocals, Piano on Orange County Suite

    Robby Krieger – lead guitar

    Ray Manzarek – organ, Fender Rhodes piano bass, piano, Fender Rhodes electric piano

    John Densmore – drums

    Additional personnel:

    Marc Benno – rhythm guitar on tracks 3,4,5 and 8

    Jerry Scheff – bass

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    Donovan ~ 1967 ~ Mellow Yellow + 1967 ~ Wear Your Love Like Heaven


    genre: soft

    country: uk

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

    time: 59'13" size: 255 or 171 mb


    Tapestry of Delights:

    Donovan was born in Glasgow on 10 May 1946. He was hanging around the South with a guitar when he was discovered in early 1965 and given a residency on ITV's brand new rock programme, 'Ready Steady Go'. In these early days he played a form of gentle, melodic folk and was inevitably dismissed as a poor man's Dylan. He also carved a distinctive image with his blue denim cap. Without the exposure on 'Ready Steady Go' it's doubtful if his career would have gone anywhere, but with TV exposure Catch The Wind and Colours were both catapulted high up the Charts as was his first EP, which also included Buffy Sainte-Marie's Universal Soldier. However, by the Autumn of 1965 there were signs that the frequent and unfavourable comparisons with Dylan were beginning to harm him. His first folkie album had sold well but the more reflective Fairytale only peaked at No 20 and his third single, Turquoise, peaked at No 30. These factors led the singer to change musical direction and to this end he enlisted the assistance of producer Mickie Most and musical director John Cameron. However, a legal battle between his new management and his previous management agency froze his progress initially. To maintain public interest in him, Josie from his first album was issued as a 45 in February 1966 but it made little impression. Another EP was put out, too, and Remember The Alamo was released and then withdrawn.

    The legal battle delayed the release of Sunshine Superman in Britain from January 1966 until December of that year. Along with Eight Miles High by The Byrds it was one of the first psychedelic singles to be recorded and when it was released in America in July 1966 it climbed to No 1 in a few weeks. It's reference to 'blowing your mind' was ideally suited to those heady days. It was a classic 45 with its distinctive guitar work, whilst the flip was more uptempo R

    The legal disputes also delayed the release of the Sunshine Superman album, which had climbed to No 11 in the US after its release in July 1966 in the US. It's certainly well worth checking out. Highlights included Seasons Of The Witch, a chilling song with a sparse arrangement later covered by Vanilla Fudge; Fat Angel, which became a big favourite for Jefferson Airplane and was covered by them on their Bless It's Pointed Little Head live album (Donovan referred to the band in the lyrics 'fly Jefferson Airplane, getcha there on time'); Legend Of A Girl Child Linda, a fairytale set to a string backing with lots of harpsichord and woodwind; Bert's Blues, a jazzy song which acknowledged his influence on Donovan's music and the beautiful finale Celeste.

    His follow-up 45, Mellow Yellow, came out in November 1966 in the US and was almost as good as Sunshine Superman. It again had a very catchy intro tapped out on drums but was essentially a jazzy sorta pop song, with lots of brass and percussion. The flip side, Sunny South Kensington, was similar in style to The Trip. A sorta R&B style description of swinging London with references to Mary Quant. In the US it climbed to No 2. In the UK it was not released (because of the legal wrangle) until February 1967 and came with a different flip side, Preachin' Love, a jazzy number which was also used to back Donovan's next US single, Epistle To Dippy, which featured trippy lyrics but was weaker than its two predecessors. It was not released in the UK presumably because of its lyrics.

    His Mellow Yellow album (a US-only release) came out in March 1967 and climbed to No 14 in the US Charts. Aside from the title track other highlights were Sunny Goodge Street (later covered by Marianne Faithful on her Country Maid album); Hampstead Incident, Sand And Foam (about smugglers in Mexico); Young Girl Blues (a song about bedsitter living) and Museum, which had an unusual string accompaniment and was later covered by Herman's Hermits and Beverly (Martyn).

    When the Sunshine Superman album was eventually released in the UK in May 1967 it comprised a selection of tracks from Donovan's US Sunshine Superman and Mellow Yellow albums. Inevitably much good material was omitted, including The Trip and Fat Angel (from the US Sunshine Superman) and Museum, Sunny South Kensington and the title track (from Mellow Yellow) and readers are recommended to buy the two US releases.

    Donovan's next 45 was the calypso-style There Is A Mountain, which marked a further change in musical direction away from his early more psychedelic sound. It peaked at No 11 in the US and No 8 in the UK. This was unusual for he was far more popular in the States than in his homeland. Indeed, he toured the States regularly in this era and his next Donovan In Concert album used material from a performance at the Anaheim Convention Centre in LA.

    In December 1967 Donovan provided three songs for the Soundtrack of the film 'Poor Cow':- Colours, Be Not Too Hard and the title cut itself.

    His next album, A Gift From A Flower To A Garden, was a double package which was also available separately (each album had its own title). The first, Wear Your Love Like Heaven, was named after his next US-only single. It tended to consist of fairly simple rock numbers and the better tracks included There Was A Time; the organ-driven The Land Of Doesn't Have To Be and Someone Singing, which featured some nice horns, strings and harp and Jack Bruce on bass. The second disc, For Little Ones, contained twelve charming songs including The Tinker And The Crab and Epistle To Derroll, a lengthy nursery tale. Lavishly packaged, this double set is generally regarded as an essential item of the flower power era. In the UK it was preceded by the lovely love song Jennifer Juniper, which climbed to No 5 in the Charts. The 'B' side, Poor Cow, was a folk-influenced song. ...

    (Vernon Joynson / Ronald Halmen)


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    psychedelic: Day Blindness ~ 1969 ~ Day Blindness

    genre: psych

    country: us

    quality : mp3 (160k vunyl rip, scans)

    size: 52 mb

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    The above is an unexceptional San Francisco studio album, with some competent organ work, but little else to distinguish it, save possibly the final and longest track Holy Land - an attempt to sound like The Doors', The End.

    01 - Still Life Girl 6:25
    02 - Jazz Song 2:22
    03 - Middle Class Lament 3:39
    04 - I Got No Money 4:30
    05 - House & A Dog 2:00
    06 - Live Deep 2:51
    07 - Young Girl Blues 4:20
    08 - Holy Land 12:23

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    genre: heavy country

    country: us

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

    time: 35'45" size: 287 mb

    issue: remaster

    "The Old Man Down the Road" – 3:34
    "Rock and Roll Girls" – 3:28
    "Big Train (From Memphis)" – 2:58
    "I Saw It On T.V." – 4:20
    "Mr. Greed" – 4:09
    "Searchlight" – 4:31
    "Centerfield" – 3:53
    "I Can't Help Myself" – 3:15
    "Vanz Kant Danz" – 5:32

    All instruments, vocals, production and arrangement done by John Fogerty.

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    psychedelic: Clark Hutchinson ~ 1969 ~ A=MH2

    genre: psych

    country: uk

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

    time: 49'22" size: 252 mb


    Tapestry Of Delights:

    This early seventies outfit was most notable for Mick Hutchinson's fine guitar work. Clocking in at 50 minutes their debut album was certainly good value in terms of length. It can only be recommended to those of you interested in clever guitar instrumentals. The band didn't deploy vocals and the tracks on this album are long, Eastern-influenced and slightly mystical with titles like Impromptu In 'E' Minor and Improvisation On An Indian Scale. Hutchinson's and Clarke's other outfits included Sam Gopal Dream, Vamp and Dogs, which became Clark-Hutchinson. 

    'Ptolemaic Terrascope #9' contains an article about the band and Hutchinson also had one track, Ragamag, on the EP which accompanied the magazine.

    The Blues album was recorded in 1968 before A=MH2 and featured Andy Clark, Mick Hutchinson, Walt Monahan (bs) and Franco Franco (drms). It was released by the German label Little Wing.

    Stephen Amazing and Andy Clark later played in a mid-seventies combo called Upp.


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    blues: Eric Clapton ~ 1977 ~ Slowhand

    genre: blues

    country: uk

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

    time: 39'19" size: 257 mb

    issue: 2004

    Side one
    "Cocaine" (J.J. Cale) – 3:41
    "Wonderful Tonight" (Clapton) – 3:44
    "Lay Down Sally" (Clapton, Marcy Levy, George Terry) – 3:56
    "Next Time You See Her" (Clapton) – 4:01
    "We're All The Way" (Don Williams) – 2:32

    Side two
    "The Core" (Clapton/Levy) – 8:45
    "May You Never" (John Martyn) – 3:01
    "Mean Old Frisco" (Arthur Crudup) – 4:42
    "Peaches and Diesel" (Clapton, Albhy Galuten) – 4:46

    Eric Clapton: Vocals, Guitars
    Marcy Levy: Vocals
    Yvonne Elliman: Vocals
    Carl Radle: Bass Guitar
    Mel Collins: Saxophone
    George Terry: Guitar
    Jamie Oldaker: Drums, Percussion
    Dick Sims: Keyboards

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    genre: garage, psych, punk

    country: us

    quality : mp3 (180vbr, cover)

    time: 1:11'46" size: mb

    01 - The Gonn - the blackout 0f Gretely 4:26
    02 - Tides in - Trip with me 2:40
    03 - The debonaires - never mistaken 2:26
    04 - The shames - the special ones 2:22
    05 - The mods - I give you an inch 2:41
    06 - MG & the escorts - A someday fool 2:29
    07 - The chob - were pretty quick 2:20
    08 - The nomads - thoughts of a mad man 2:58
    09 - Things to come - sweetgina 2:48
    10 - Things to come - speak of the devil 2:19
    11 - The mystic five - are you for real girl 2:43
    12 - The sleepers - I want a love 2:26
    13 - The gents - if you don't come back 2:08
    14 - Thee wylde main-iacs - why aint love fair 2:30
    15 - TV Wagner with the scotchmen - i'm a no count 2:28
    16 - The romancers - she took my oldsmobile 2:49
    17 - Sir michael & the sounds - can you 2:08
    18 - The syndicate - the egyptian thing 2:12
    19 - Quadrangle - she's to familiar now 2:31
    20 - The joys of life - Descent 2:08
    21 - The primatives - knock on my door 2:23
    22 - The brain train - me 2:24
    23 - The twelth night - grim reaper 1:56
    24 - Terry knight & the pack - how much more 2:30
    25 - The mussies - louie go home 2:19
    26 - The legends - i'll come again 2:04
    27 - The quests - shadows in the night 2:34
    28 - The quests - i'm tempted 1:38
    29 - The black watch - left behind 2:27

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    genre: prog

    country: italy

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

    time: 37'05" size: 206 mb

    issue: 1994

    1. Principe Di Giorno (6:12)
    2. Favole Antiche (8:18)
    3. Eftus (4:17)
    4. Giochi Nella Notte (8:11)
    5. La Grande Isola (5:04)
    6. La Danza Del Fato (3:56)
    7. L'imbroglio (1:06)

    - Giorgio Battaglia / bass, bass pedal, vocals xylophone

    - Leonardo Lagorio / acoustic & electric piano, flute, alto sax, Mellotron, Eminent, spinetta, Arp odyssey / 2600, vocals

    - Ciro Perrino / percussion, flute, recorder, Mellotron, xylophone, vocals

    - Mariano Schiavolini / guitar, violin


    - Aldo De Scalzi / plop

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    progressive: Catapilla ~ 1972 ~ Changes

    genre: prog

    country: uk

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

    time: 37'39" size: 233 mb

    issue: 1993


    1. Reflection (12:06) 
    2. Charing cross (6:45) 
    3. Thank Christ for George (12:07) 
    4. It could only happen to me (6:45)


    Robert Calvert / saxophone

    Bryan Hanson / drums

    Anna Meek / lead vocals

    Ralph Rawlinson / keyboards

    Carl Wassard / bass

    Graham Wilson / guitars

    see also: Catapilla ~ 1971 ~ Catapilla 


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