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    Main » 2010 » May » 18

    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: mp3 (192k, coverss)
    time: 38'51"  size: 56 mb

    Tapestry Of Delights:

    When Money broke up The Big Roll Band, he formed this suitably named psychedelic outfit who performed frequently at London's Middle Earth and UFO clubs. They were certainly a talented outfit. Andy Summers, of course, later played with The Police, and Colin Allen went on to play with John Mayall and Stone The Crows. They recorded just one single for Columbia, The Madman Running Through The Fields. Penned by Money and Andy Summers it was perhaps one of the finest pieces of psychedelia recorded in the UK, this single is now very sought-after. The song was later covered by Eric Burdon and The Animals (with a line-up including Zoot Money and Andy Summers) on their Love Is album and is also on Transition (Direction 863231) 1968 by Zoot Money. The 45's flip side was a Tony Colton/Ray Smith ballad with appealing vocals.

    Dantalion's Chariot's live appearances were amazing. They took to the stage in white robes and had what was generally regarded as the best light show in town. The only problem was this ensured they made heavy financial loses with every appearance. They also appeared in 'Pop Down', a Fred Marshall film about the excesses of Swingin' London seen through the eyes of two visitors from outer space named Sagittarius and Aries. The film, by all accounts, was appalling but it did feature music from Blossom Toes and an embryonic Idle Race as well.

    Rumours of an unreleased Dantalion's Chariot album were untrue, but in 1995 David Wells' Tenth Planet label pieced together an album of previously unreleased material by the band, plus both sides of their 45. Soma, which appeared in two parts, one on each side of the album, with Andy Summers (who co-wrote it with his tutor Narzir Jarazbhoy) on sitar, was a fine Eastern-sounding remnant from 1967. Fourpenny Bus Ride and, to a lesser degree, Four Firemen were reasonable examples of whimsical psychedelic pop, but of the previously unissued material the jarring World War Three and jazz-tinged High Flying Bird (not the popular US West Coast standard, although it is an ode to the beautiful people of San Francisco), both Money/Summers collaborations, are the high points. By contrast Coffee Song and Recapture The Thrill were inconsequential mainstream recordings. However, overall this album is recommended.

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    genre: jazz/soul
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scanss)
    time: 37'18"  size: 220 mb
    the Tapestry of Delights:
    This group was most notable for being a particularly early outing for Elkie Brooks and Robert Palmer who were later in Vinegar Joe. This is probably why the album has become a very minor collector's item. Peter Gage was also in Vinegar Joe.
    01. Big Dipper 4:15
    02. The Last Time 3:44
    03. This Is My Song 4:39
    04. Seed Of Peace 3:31
    05. Organ Interlude 0:55
    06. Tonite Is 1:00
    07. She Walks Away 3:26
    08. Aspen, Colorado 5:04
    09. Eyes Of The Warren 4:13
    • ELKIE BROOKS vcls
    • MALCOLM CAPEWELL woodwind
    • JIMMY CHAMBERS vcls, perc
    • BARRY DUGGAN woodwind
    • PETE GAGE gtr, bs
    • PAUL KORDA vcls
    • ERNIE LAUCHLAN horns
    • DON SHINN keyb'ds
    • ROBERT PALMER vcls
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    genre: psych/prog
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 1:14'36"  size: 402 mb
    misc.: 2007

    01. Reincarnation 4:32
    02. Oceans Of Ruins 5:02
    03. King Richard's Court Jester 2:31
    04. Colossus Of Steel And Iron 2:28
    05. Chrystal Palace 4:07
    06. Motion Is Movement/Hate Nine And Ten 5:40
    07. The Search For Father Time 6:41
    08. Silenty Sung 4:00
    09. Question 4:29
    10. Believe Me (Bonus track) 5:28
    11. Peters Zeitmaschine (Bonus track) 2:54
    12. Navigationen (Bonus track) 2:09
    13. Mosaik (Bonus track) 3:41
    14. Francesco's Horse (Bonus track) 4:27
    15. Sister Christine (Bonus track) 3:50
    16. One Small Step (Bonus track) 3:42
    17. Highway Affair (Bonus track) 2:43
    18. Early Morning Moanin (Bonus track) 3:17
    19. Proud Angelina (Bonus track) 2:55

    Ken Traylor / vocals
    Hans W. Herkenne / drums, percussion
    Albin Metz / trumpet, bass
    Roland Heck / organ, piano, vibes, marimba, percussion, vocals
    Dieter Kindl / bass, guitar, percussion
    Gerd Köthe / saxophone, flute
    Klaus Nagel / guitar, woodwind, percussion, flute
    Hans Lingenfelder / guitar

    see also:
    1970 ~ Joy Unlimited (aka Overground)
    1971 ~ Schmetterlinge

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    genre: heavy kraut
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 45'33"  size: 338 mb
    misc.: 1997

    01 - Sunday's Child 4:23
    02 - Shades 3:21
    03 - Reminiscensis 1:04
    04 - How I'd love to be Home 4:30
    05 - End of our Time 4:09
    06 - Understanding 4:06
    07 - Silence of the Night 3:36
    08 - Hagudila 7:47
    09 - You Know I Do 5:28
    10 - Kind of Feelin' 3:38
    11 - Save Our Souls, SOS 3:31

    - Rainer Marz / guitar
    - Gunnar Schäfer / bass, vocals
    - Manfred "Ringo" Funk / drums, percussion, vocals
    - Michael Koch / guitar, vocals

    see also:
    1970 ~ Cosmic Blues
    1972 ~ Time Ride

    Views: 2422 | Date: 18.05.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)

    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, coverd)
    time: 37'28"  size: 260 mb
    Tapestry Of Delights:
    A heavy rock band from East London whose album is now extremely rare.
    01. Lame 3:12
    02. Wreck My Soul 5:42
    03. Execution 3:10
    04. Tadpole 3:32
    05. Another Time 4:13
    06. Warning 3:11
    07. Walk The Road 3:20
    08. There's A Man 3:48
    09. To The Sea 3:36
    10. Losing Myself 3:44

    TONY AWIN drms
    KEN GORDON gtr, hrmnca, vcls
    JIM HOLMES bs, vcls
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    genre: prog, fusion
    country: spain
    quality: lossless (ape separate, log, scans)
    time: 1:16'28"  size: 425 mb
    misc.: 1998

    The acclaimed Spanish fusion band IMÁN CALIFATO INDEPENDIENTE has its origins at a convention, given by the meditation guru Maja-raj-ji, in the mid Seventies. Like genuine hippies, the musicians lived together in one house in El Puerto De Sta. Maria and eventually they founded IMAN, featuring Inaki Egana (bass and vocals), Kiko Guerrero (drums and percussion), Marcus Mantero (keyboards), and Manuel Rodriguez (6 - and 12-string electric guitar, vocals and percussion). In '78 they made their first record, entitled "Iman Califato Independiente". In '80 IMAN produced their second and last album "Camino del Aguila". IMAN also appeared on the Spanish compilation albums "Rock Andalus" ('94) with the songs "Tarantos", "Cancion de la Oruga" and "Ninos" and the exciting 2-CD "Duende" ('97) with "Tarantos". Their strong and alternating sound is a fusion of symphonic rock in the vein of PINK FLOYD and the jazzrock from the CANTERBURY SCHOOL, added with some Andalusian flavour.
    Both albums by IMAN are worth listening if you are up to a mainly instrumental blend of jazzrock and symphonic rock. The rhythm-section is tight and adventurous, the guitarplay strong and the keyboards sound pleasant. The most captivating element of IMAN is the interplay between guitar and keyboards (at some moments evoking ICEBERG). The above-mentioned composition "Tarantos" (this is a flamenco rhythm) captures the best of IMAN, what a exciting guitar and keyboards! In contrary, "Ninos" (with vocals) is a wonderful and romantic, folky-oriented track. This emphasizes the variety of their music. ~ 
    Erik Neuteboom, The NETHERLANDS

    1. Tarantos del Califato Independiente (20:46)
    2. Darshan (8:30)
    3. Cerro Alegre (7:33)
    4. Cancion de la Oruga (5:32)

    - Iñaki Egaña / bass and vocals
    - Kiko Guerrero / drums
    - Marcos mantero / keyboards
    - Manuel Rodrigue / guitar

    1. La marcha de los enanitos (10:30) 
    2. Maluquinha (6:29) 
    3. Camino del aguila (14:00) 
    4. Niños (3:05)

    - Kiko Guerrero / drums, percussion
    - Marcos Mantero / keyboards
    - Urbano Moraes / bass, percussion, chorus 
    - Manuel Rodriguez / vocals, guitars 

    - Ruben Dantas / percussion (2) 
    - Dierdre Fallon / chorus (4)

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    Head Over Heels ~ 1971 ~ Head Over Heels
    genre: heavy
    country: us
    quality: mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 36'07"  size: 89 mb
    misc.: 2002
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    A Michigan power trio whose album is powerful and inventive - one of the best on the label. Two cuts were recorded live. Head Over Heels were apparently connected to the Detroit outfit Rare Earth (details yet to come to light) members went onto Fresh Start (one LP on Dunhill in 1974) then Fresh (three LPs on Prodigal/MCA 1977/8).

    (Vernon Joynson / Max Waller)

    01 - Road Runner 3:24
    02 - Right Away 3:08
    03 - Red Rooster 7:33
    04 - Children of the Mist 3:33
    05 - Question 3:05
    06 - Tired and Blue - Land, Land 4:59
    07 - In My Woman 2:48
    08 - Circles 7:38
    • JOHN BREDEAU drms
    • PAUL FRANK gtr, vcls
    • MICHAEL URSO bs, vcls

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    Views: 4195 | Date: 18.05.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (5)

    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 57'49"  size: 333 mb
    misc.: 1996 remaster

     Side 1
    "Hurry on Sundown" (Brock/Hawkwind) 4:50
    "The Reason Is?" (Brock/Hawkwind) 3:30
    "Be Yourself" (Brock/Hawkwind) 8:09
    "Paranoia (part 1)" (Brock/Hawkwind) 1:04
    Side 2
    "Paranoia (part 2)" (Brock/Hawkwind) 4:11
    "Seeing It As You Really Are" (Brock/Hawkwind) 10:43
    "Mirror of Illusion" (Brock/Hawkwind) 7:08
    bonus tracks on 1996 Remasters CD
    "Bring It On Home" (Willie Dixon) 3:18
    "Hurry on Sundown" (Hawkwind Zoo demo) (Brock/Hawkwind) 5:06
    "Kiss of the Velvet Whip" [aka "Sweet Mistress of Pain"] (Brock/Hawkwind) 5:28
    "Cymbaline" (Roger Waters) 4:04

    All written by Dave Brock.

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    genre: beat
    country: australia
    quality: mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 28'40"  size: 71 mb

    Dreams, Fantasies & Nightmares:

    Mike Furber originally fronted a Brisbane mid-sixties outfit Mike Furber and The Bowery Boys. In 1966, when he was still just seventeen, Furber went solo. He met with considerable success with his first two 45s, but suffered unfavourable comparisons with Normie Rowe, and his popularity soon diminished.

    After a spell of national service, he appeared in two stage musicals in 1973; 'Godspell' and 'Nuclear'. After being sacked from the second of these and with his fortunes at an all-time low, he hung himself in May 1973.

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