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    Main » 2010 » May » 16

    genre: soul
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 48'46"  size: 305 mb
    misc.: 1991

    01. Life Without Pain 3:50
    02. Rosalie, Part 1 6:01
    03. Otium 4:22
    04. Rosalie, Part 2 4:14
    05. Indian Rope Man 3:20
    06. Morning 3:24
    07. Floating, Part 1 7:39
    08. Baroque 7:37
    09. Floating, Part 2 1:25
    10. Roadriding (bonus track) 4:03
    11. Time Makes Wise (bonus track) 2:49

    Carsten Bohn Bandstand - Bass, Percussion
    Inga Rumpf - Guitar, Vocals
    Jean Jacques Kravetz - Keyboards
    Karl Heinz Schott - Bass

    see also:
    1971 ~ Frumpy 2
    1973 ~ By the Way
    1974 ~ Live
    Inga Rumpf & Friends - 2007 - At Rockpalast

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    Fresh Maggots ~ 1971 ~ Fresh Maggots … Hatched
    genre: folk
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 1:01'15"  size: 339 mb
    misc.: 2006
    Tapestry Of Delights:
    This duo came from Nuneaton in Warwickshire, with their own individual brand of folk-rock. The album is full of good songs like the exquisite Rosemary Hill and Dole Song, yep a song about signing on, which features some arresting guitar work. Other highlights include Everyone's Gone To War, a song of different moods with some good fuzz guitar work; Who's To Die, a lovely melodic song with a riff which sounded like early Electric Light Orchestra and the majestic finale Frustration. There are no weak links, though, on this consistent album which is thoroughly recommended.
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    genre: prog folk
    country: us
    audio: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 54'47" size: 319 mb

    Formed from a group of students at Bucknell University in eastern Pennsylvania in the late 1960s, FRED (sometimes appearing as DAVID ROSE AND HIS ORCHESTRA and MUSTANG TURFBINDER AND THE SWELLTONES) were a short-lived collective of New Englanders who embraced the progressive and psychedelic experience of that era. After college the group lived a communal existence while continuing to work the band, recording sporadically and performing live in regional venues.
    The band dissolved in 1974 but the discovery of their music early in the 21st century led to the release of original recorded studio and live material from their heyday, released in the form of two studio and one live album. ~by Bob Moore (aka ClemofNazareth)

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