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    Main » 2010 » May » 10

    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, covers, cue, log)
    time: 43'50"  size: 230 mb
    British psychedlic band consisting of Peter Dunton (vocals/guitar/keyboards/drums), Bernard Jinks (bass guitar/backing vocals) and Nick Spenser (guitar/harmonium/keyboards). In 1967, Neon Pearl released the album 1967 Recordings, which is a fine example of experimental British psychedelia with its hazy riffs, mild guitar distortions and vocal harmonies. Dunton was also in the marginally less obscure British psychedelic bands the Flies and Please, while Jinks later played in Bulldog Breed and T2, the latter also including Dunton. Popular songs included "Forever", "Going With The Flow", "Just Another Day", "Out Of Sight" and "What Do You See".
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    Mr Albert Show ~ 1970 ~ Mr Albert Show
    genre: crossover progpsych
    country: netherlands
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers)
    time: 37'22"  size: 248 mb
    misc.: 2002

    01. Act of love 5:30
    02. Kings of Galaxy 4:08
    03. King Horse 3:20
    04. Don't worry 2:37
    05. White bear skin coat 2:27
    06. Wild Sensation 3:10
    07. There's a sad song in the air 7:15
    08. White 4:24
    09. Revolver 4:31

    Bertus Borgers / saxophone, flute, vocals
    Roeland Boogaart / drums
    Tom Fautubun / bass
    Eric Lintermans / guitars
    Bonki Bongaerts / organ
    Floortje Klomp / vocals
    Views: 2632 | Date: 10.05.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (0)

    genre: kraut
    country: switzerland
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers)
    time: 40'08"  size: 223 mb
    Cosmic Dreams:

    Another of those obscure bands about which there is little information. Delusion (1972) is one of the rarest albums on the legendary Pilz label, and therefore hunted by collectors all over the globe. It has the typical German heavy progressive underground sound, based on loud guitars, trembling organ and flute. The sleeve generously credited the following people: "the Hamburg police appears during the session by kindly arrangement of enthusiastic neighbours"! The album contained five tracks in all. "Dream of a Drummer" is slightly matted by a long drum solo, otherwise there is much to enjoy here. "What Are You Doin'" contained an anti-drug message:

    'You know all live together,
    want freedom and space
    Young people know forever,
    and see there's no release
    Stop what you 're doing,
    you make yourself a ruin
    Stop takin ' trips, snow horse and shit
    The better world, you know, can't find it
    Drugs never find an end,
    it's you, you that bend
    The price is high, believe me, I don't lie!"

    (From "What Are You Doin'")

    This track, "Time is Flying" and "Delusion" are the highlights of this recommended album, produced by Konrad Plank. As with so many contemporaries, McChurch Soundroom recorded just one album and then disappeared into obscurity (after the folding of Pilz in 1973).

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    Views: 2350 | Date: 10.05.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)

    Wings ~ 1975 ~ Venus And Marsgenre: rock
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers)
    time: 53'08"  size: 313 mb
    misc.: 1987

    "Venus and Mars" – 1:20
    "Rock Show" – 5:31
    "Love in Song" – 3:04
    "You Gave Me the Answer" – 2:15
    "Magneto and Titanium Man" – 3:16
    "Letting Go" – 4:33
    "Venus and Mars (Reprise)" – 2:05
    "Spirits of Ancient Egypt" – 3:04 Lead vocal by Denny Laine
    "Medicine Jar" (Jimmy McCulloch/Colin Allen) – 3:37 Lead vocal by Jimmy McCulloch
    "Call Me Back Again" – 4:59
    "Listen to What the Man Said" – 4:01
    "Treat Her Gently/Lonely Old People" – 4:21
    "Crossroads Theme" (Tony Hatch) – 1:00

    1993 Bonus Tracks:
    "Zoo Gang"– 2:01 (Theme from the UK TV series The Zoo Gang)
    "Lunch Box/Odd Sox" – 3:50 Previously released as B-side of "Coming Up")
    "My Carnival" – 3:57
    (Previously released as B-side of "Spies Like Us")

    Paul McCartney: Vocals,bass guitar, guitars, keyboards, piano.
    Denny Laine: Guitars, keyboards, vocals.
    Linda McCartney: Keyboards, percussion, vocals.
    Jimmy McCulloch: Guitars, vocals.
    Joe English: Drums, percussion.
    Geoff Britton: Drums (tracks 3, 6 & 9).

    Additional personnel:
    Kenneth "Afro" Williams: Conga
    Dave Mason: Guitar
    Tom Scott: Saxophone
    Allen Toussaint: Piano, keyboards

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    Maypole ~ 1970 ~ Maypole
    genre: heavy
    country: australia
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers)
    time: 59'29"  size: 399 mb
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    This anonymous outfit's album, which has been likened to outfits like The Ill Wind and Neighborhood Childr'n, is now a minor collectable. In fact it's far heavier than either of these two and doesn't feature female lead vocals either. It does however merge psyche and heavy rock, with some excellent Hendrix inspired lead guitar work on Johnny and Glance At The Past. All their material was original and it was produced by Pat Perticone at New York's A&R studios.
    The long liner notes, written by Paul Welsh, state that their name came from the Maypole erected by the people of Merrymount in New England in the 17th Century to break most of the Puritan laws, stating that "Maypole intends to combine the techniques of literature in lyrics and structure with the feeling generated by our music to communicate the "real" to an unlimited audience". ~ (Vernon Joynson/Stephane Rebeschini)
    Views: 2433 | Date: 10.05.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)

    genre: prog
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 47'29"  size: 396 mb
    misc.: 2004

    Crack In The Cosmic Egg:

    Originating from Hannover, it's not so surprising (as a late arrival on the scene) that Madison Dyke's complex progressive with hard-rock tendencies, was often similar to Jane and Harlis. Their LP had lengthy tracks with extended instrumentals, with a touch more lyrical fantasy akin to Genesis, and was rather out of character at the time it was released.

    No history is known. It had been suggested that Jьrgen Baumann could be the Baumann of Baumann/Koek, but this is not so. He later resurfaced in the band Firehorse.

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