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    Main » 2010 » March » 29

    genre: jazz

    country: germany

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

    time: 59'42" size: 391 mb

    misc: 2005


    01. Julia 4:03
    02. 20th Century Break 5:06
    03. Geisha 5:26
    04. Vacuum Cleaners Dance 5:22
    05. Paranoidl 4:24
    06. Fly Away 7:49
    07. Talle 5:49
    08. Free Clinic (bonus) 6:42
    09. Voodoo Dance (bonus) 6:13
    10. Paranoidl (live bonus) 3:48
    11. Vloflutho (bonus) 5:00


    Norbert Dömling / bass, guitar

    Friedeman Josch / flute, sax

    Jürgen Benz / sax, flute

    Lutz Oldemeier / drums

    Dieter Miekautsch / keyboards


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    Mahogany Rush ~ 1976 ~ IV

    genre: heavy

    country: canada

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

    time: 44'09" size: 268 mb

    misc: 1999


    01. I'm Going Away 4:09
    02. Man At The Back Door 3:44
    03. The Answer 4:38
    04. Jive Baby 3:29
    05. It's Begun To Rain 6:30
    06. Dragonfly 5:07
    07. Little Sexy Annie 3:25
    08. Moonwalk 5:50
    09. IV ... (the Emporer) 7:17


    Frank Marino (guitar, vocal)

    Jimmy Ayoub (drums)

    Paul Harwood (bass)


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    genre: blues

    country: argentina

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

    time: 29`44"+31'53" size: 389 mb

    misc: 2cd, 2005


    Dreams Fantasies & Nightmares:

    The roots of this Argentine band lay in a bluesy trio called Ricota, consisting of Gabis, Martinez and Medina, who were modelled on U.K. blues-rock trio Cream. After the name change to Manal they signed to the Mandioca label and their now very rare debut single was one of that label's first three releases and came in a deluxe fold-out picture sleeve. 

    In mid-1969, their second single was released and early in 1970 came their first album. Original copies of what was one of the most important Argentine albums are now very hard to come by. It contained their most popular song Jugo De Tomate and Avenida Rivadavia (about Buenos Aires' longest avenue) (both of these tracks were issued on a third single). Other highlights included Avellaneda Blues (a tango blues about the suburbs _ in fact there were lots of urban references in the lyrics) and Informe De Un Diá. The same year the bluesy Elena by the band figured on the compilation. Pidamos Pera a Mandioca (Mandioca MLP 335) 1970. It was re-recorded for their second more rockier album El Léon and also figured on the flip side of their final single Dona Laura. Its highlights included Paula, Si No Hablo De Mi and Blues De La Amenaza Nocturna. However, it was not of the standard of its predecessor and the band split soon after its release. Both albums are only recommended for rock-blues fans.

    Medina and Gabis were both later in La Pesada and also had solo albums. Martinez went abroad but returned in 1981 when the band had a reunion and recorded two new but undistinguished albums Reunion and En Obras. Not to be put off, they reunited fourteen years later in 1995 for another live tour and live album.


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    Man ~ 1974 ~ Slow Motion

    genre: rock

    country: uk

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

    time: 39'41" size: 266 mb

    misc: 1993


    Side one

    "Hard Way To Die" – 5:24
    "Grasshopper" – 5:11
    "Rock And Roll You Out" – 3:57
    "You Don't Like Us" – 4:35

    Side two

    "Bedtime Bone" – 5:54
    "One More Chance" – 4:46
    "Rainbow Eyes" – 6:07
    "Day And Night" – 3:50





    Deke Leonard – Guitar, Vocals

    Micky Jones – Guitar, Vocals

    Ken Whaley – Bass

    Terry Williams – Drums, Vocals


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    Solution ~ 1975 ~ Cordon Bleu

    genre: fusion

    country: denmark

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

    time: 42'45" size: 271 mb

    misc: 1988




    01 - Chappaqua 10:35

    02 - Third Line Part 1 1:39
    03 - Third Line Part 2 5:45
    04 - A Song For You 3:55
    05 - Whirligig 9:03
    06 - Last Detail Part 1 2:48
    07 - Last Detail Part 2 2:43
    08 - Black Pearl Part 1 1:14
    09 - Black Pearl Part 2 5:02


    Tom Barlage – alto sax, soprano sax, flute, percussion

    Willem Ennes – electric piano, acoustic piano, organ, Elka Rhapsody

    Guus Willemse – bass guitar, lead vocals, electric guitar

    Hans Waterman – drums


    All backing vocals by Tom, Guus and Frankie Fish.

    Michiel Pos - additional tenor saxophone on "Third Line" and "Whirligig" and acoustic guitar on "Last Detail"


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    genre: folk, psych

    country: us

    quality : mp3 (256vbr, scans)

    time: 1:13'09" size: 147 mb


    "The Big Picture" – 8:42

    "Method Acting" – 3:42
    "False Advertising" – 5:52
    "You Will. You? Will. You? Will. You? Will." – 3:25
    "Lover I Don't Have to Love" – 4:00
    "Bowl of Oranges" – 4:48
    "Don't Know When But a Day Is Gonna Come" – 6:31
    "Nothing Gets Crossed Out" – 4:34
    "Make War" – 6:16
    "Waste of Paint" – 6:29
    "From a Balance Beam" – 3:40
    "Laura Laurent" – 4:56
    "Let's Not Shit Ourselves (To Love and Be Loved)" – 10:07

    Conor Oberst – guitar, piano, rhodes, organ, voice (tracks 1–13)

    Mike Mogis – banjos, bells, hammered dulcimer, vibraphone, glockenspiel, mandolin, electric guitar, dobro, pedal steel (tracks 2–9, 11–13)

    Matt Focht, Clint Schnase, Mike Sweeney – drums

    Andy LeMaster – electric guitar, keyboards, vocal harmonies (tracks 2–4, 6–8, 11)

    Clark Baechle – drums, clarinet

    Clay Leverett – drums, vocal harmonies

    Gretta Cohn – cello (tracks 3, 5, 7, 12)

    and many more ...

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    genre: heavy

    country: uk

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

    time: 42'22" + 45'26" size: 570 mb

    misc: 2cd, japan





    01 - Superstition 5:17
    02 - Lose Myself With You 10:50
    03 - Jeff's Boogie 3:33
    04 - Going Down 3:33
    05 - Boogie 4:58
    06 - Morning Dew 14:11


    01 - Sweet Sweet Surrender 4:43
    02 - Livin' Alone 6:11
    03 - I'm So Proud 5:43
    04 - Lady 6:17
    05 - Black Cat Moan 9:13
    06 - Why Should I Care 7:21
    07 - Plynth , Shotgun (Medley) 5:58


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    Style: prog

    Country: italy

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

    Size: 226 mb

    Issue: 1991 Analog

    ItalianProg site:

    A band from Genova, Gleemen were formed around 1965 by Pier Nicolò "Bambi" Fossati, guitarist extraordinaire and Hendrix lover, and also included long time members Cassinelli and Traverso along with guitarist Marco Zoccheddu (later with Nuova Idea).

    Their only album, issued in 1970, is a good rock album, with strong 60's influences and some typical elements of later Garybaldi work: the wild, Hendrix-inspired guitar playing of Bambi, the organ background and a solid rhythm section.

    Some bluesy tracks are present, like the longest track on the LP Chi sei tu uomo, and the album has a very good average level, though by no means a progressive work.

    The same line-up changed name to Garybaldi in 1971, the only difference being a slighly more progressive oriented sound, keeping the same style as previous band, and the wild Hendrix-inspired guitar playing of Bambi Fossati above all.

    They had a very interesting debut with the single Martha Helmuth in 1971, the back cover of it stating "from now on we're not Gleemen, we're Garybaldi" to declare their change of style.

    Nuda, a year later, is a much more mature album than Gleemen, with the long beautiful suite Moretto da Brescia taking the whole of side two and the four tracks on side one also on a very good level. A very important album, housed in one of the best covers of the era, designed by cartoonist Guido Crepax.

    The band had an intense live playing, supporting the likes of Uriah Heep, Van der Graaf and even Santana in their italian tours, and theirs was a constant presence at the most important italian pop festivals in the early 70's.

    Second album, Astrolabio, released on Fonit label, is a lesser work than Nuda, with just two side-long tracks, Sette? (recorded live) and Madre di cose perdute, both tracks also issued on a single in shortened form. The tracks contain long improvised parts that confirms the high level of Fossati's playing but seem less inspired and can't be compared with the first album. Keyboard player Lio Marchi is also present on the album though not a member of the band, that kept playing as a trio until the end of 1973.

    In 1974 a new incarnation of Garybaldi was formed by Bambi Fossati along with old cohort Maurizio Cassinelli, bassist Roberto Ricci and indian percussionist Ramasandiran Somusundaram as Bambibanda & Melodie. Their only album has the usual leading role for Bambi's guitar, but the use of percussion gives a more latin-inspired feel that sometimes reminds Santana.

    Percussionist Ramasandiran Somusundaram, previously active as session musician, also released an album and no less than three singles (in a more commercial vein) between 1974 and 1976 on the Magma label.

    Bambi Fossati kept playing under the name of Bambibanda for some years before reforming the old group in late 80's with a new line up including Marco Mazza (guitar) and Carlo Milan (bass) along with Maurizio Cassinelli, and they released an album, more song-oriented, in 1990, as Bambi Fossati & Garybaldi.

    A new album has been released in 2000, called La ragione e il torto.

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    Long John Baldry - 1971 - It Aint Easy

    genre: blues, boogie

    country: uk

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

    time: 1:09'09"

    size: 476 mb

    issue: 2005




    "Intro: Conditional Discharge" (Long John Baldry, Ian Armitt)

    "Don't Try to Lay No Boogie-Woogie on the King of Rock & Roll" (Jeff Thomas)
    "Black Girl" (Traditional, Leadbelly)
    "It Ain't Easy" (Ron Davies)
    "Morning, Morning" (Tuli Kupferberg)
    "I'm Ready" (Willie Dixon)
    "Let's Burn Down the Cornfield" (Randy Newman)
    "Mr. Rubin" (Lesley Duncan)
    "Rock Me When He's Gone" (Elton John, Bernie Taupin)
    "Flying" (Ronnie Wood, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Lane)


    11. Going Down Slow 3:11

    12. Blues (Cornbread, Meat and Molasses) 3:00

    13. Love in Vain 4:22

    14. Midnight Hour Blues 4:10

    15. Black Girl 3:35

    16. It Ain't Easy 5:10

    17. I'm Ready 4:18

    18. Radio Spot 0:30


    Long John Baldry - vocals, 12-string guitar

    Elton John - organ, piano

    Alan Skidmore - tenor sax

    Lesley Duncan - background vocals

    Tony Hazzard - background vocals

    Sam Mitchell - dobro, guitar, slide guitar

    Doris Troy - background vocals

    Ian Armitt - piano

    Tony Burrows - background vocals

    Kay Garner - background vocals

    Dave Glover - bass

    Roger Pope - drums

    Caleb Quaye - organ, guitar

    Liza Strike - background vocals


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    Style: jazz rock

    Country: uk

    Audio: mp3 320k

    Size: 78mb

    from Gibraltar:

    Sax/bass/drums jazz/blues trio who got lots of acclaim because of the bass player (Colin Hodgkinson), who played chords and treated his bass like a guitar. The two first albums had prog overtones and definitely had strong moments and original ideas. The group later faded completely into blues and lost appeal.

    Back Door toured with Emerson, Lake and Palmer, in fact Carl Palmer was the producer of Activate. Bassist Colin Hodgkinson played with Jan Hammer among others after Back Door broke up in 1977. -- Fred Trafton

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    genre: prog

    country: greece

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

    time: 41'02" size: 249 mb


    The second album by this Greek band who lived in France. I've been told that their two other albums are both non-progressive, but this one is a REALLY progressive album! It's incredible diverse and features almost everything: heavy progressive, trad/free-form jazz, Crimson-like passages, experimental and atmospheric Tangerine Dream-like Mellotron-parts, Canterbury-like jazzy progressive and grandiose, symphonic parts with church-organ and choir. The only thing that doesn't do much for me is the most far out free jazz on "Asymphonia". But the rest is GREAT! The opening track "Waiting a Long Time" is a great heavy-progressive track, and at the end the track suddenly turns into a part where it's played by a trad-jazz arrangement. And the album just continues to surprise the listener with unexcepted turns. "Sewers Down Inside" features Tangerine Dream-like flute-Mellotron and creates some great atmosphere. "Materializing the Unlimited" sounds like a good Crimson-instrumental with great Mellotron. "Suspended Recipe", "Roads" and "The Planet Vavoura" are all more in a Canterbury progressive vein. Jazzy, but the band managed to give it a sound of their own by using the Mellotron on these passages (not very common in jazz-influenced progressive). A great and VERY progressive album ...

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    genre: heavy psych

    country: uk

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

    time: 58'04" size: 458 mb


    "Watch Out!" (Crane) 5:06
    "Metal Minds" (Vincent Crane/lyrics: Jean Crane) 5:23
    "Tomorrow Night" (Crane) 7:02
    "Carnival" (Crane) 4:45
    "Hold Your Fire" (Crane) 6:10
    "Gershatzer" (Crane) 7:36
    "Devil’s Answer" (Du Cann) 6:47
    "They Took Control of You" (John Du Cann/Clara Du Cann) 7:32
    "Hold Your Fire" (Crane) 7:38 - encore

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    Views: 2987 | Date: 29.03.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)

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