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    Main » 2010 » May » 23

    genre: heavy blues
    country: us
    quality: lossless (WavPack, cue, log, booklet scans)
    time: 5455"  size: 554 mb
    misc.: 2008 40th Anniversary Edition EU

    Side one
    "I Put a Spell on You" (Screamin' Jay Hawkins) – 4:33
    "The Working Man" – 3:04
    "Suzie Q" (Eleanor Broadwater, Dale Hawkins, Stanley Lewis) – 8:37

    Recorded January 19, 1968. John and Tom Fogerty share lead vocals on this track. John sings the first and third stanzas while Tom sings the second stanza.
    Side two
    "Ninety-Nine and a Half (Won't Do)" (Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd, Wilson Pickett) – 3:39
    "Get Down Woman" – 3:09
    "Porterville" – 2:24

    Recorded October 1967. Initially released as a single in November 1967. It was the last single that the band released as The Golliwogs.
    "Gloomy" – 3:51
    "Walk on the Water" (John Fogerty, Tom Fogerty) – 4:40

    This track is a remake of "Walking on the Water", a recording released by the band as a single, in 1966, while they were still known as The Golliwogs.
    Note: All tracks recorded February 1968, except where indicated

    40th Anniversary Edition CD bonus tracks
    "Call It Pretending" (B-Side of Porterville) – 2:09
    "Before You Accuse Me" (1968 Outtake) - 3:24
    "Ninety-Nine and a Half (Won't Do)" (Live at The Fillmore, 3/14/69) - 3:47
    "Susie Q" (Live at The Fillmore, 3/14/69) - 11:45

    see also my belovings here:
    1969 - Bayou Country
    1969 - Green River
    1969 - Willy And The Poor Boys
    1970 - Pendulum
    1971 - Mardi Gras
    1981 - Creedence Country
    2000 ~ At The Movies

    ... Read more »

    Views: 2970 | Date: 23.05.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)

    the Choir ~ 1994 ~ Choir Practice
    genre: beat
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 51'25"  size: 220 mb
    misc.: recorded '66-'69
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    Originally called The Mods, they formed in Mentor (near Cleveland), Ohio in 1964, adopting that particular musical genre popular in Cleveland - U.K. mod-pop. The line-up revolved through many changes with members constantly coming and going. The nucleus was Wally Bryson, Jim Bonfauti and Dave Smalley (3/4 of the Raspberries). Jimmy Skeen was another member. When they recruited vocalist Eric Carmen from Cyrus Erie they became The Raspberries. Their vinyl zenith was Its Cold Outside, a melodic, Merseybeat-influenced pop song
    The EP, released in the late seventies, features five unreleased tracks:- Anyway l Can, Don't Change Your Mind, I'd Rather You Leave Me, Treeberry and I Only Did It Cause I Felt So Lonely. The group split in 1970.
    Upon The Choir's demise Margolis moved immediately to Los Angeles, where he formed another ambitious group, Sanctuary, with Richard Tepp and eventually Rick Caon. Jim Bonfanti briefly considered leaving music but instead approached a post-Cyrus Erie/Quick Eric Carmen about forming a 'bar band'. Enthusiasm soon took over and the 'bar band' idea was shelved in favour of a totally English-inspired group, somewhat along the same lines as The Mods and Cyrus Erie. With the addition of Wally Bryson and a band mate of his from the group Fortega, John Alleksic, the new band settled for the name Raspberries and a reactionary (for 1970) British Invasion/Beach Boys' sound. In a bold move, they even adopted shorter, vintage Beatle-length haircuts and matching suits. By the Summer of 1972 (and with Dave Smalley added as Alleksic's replacement), The Raspberries were positioned at No. 5 nationally with the classic Go All The Way. Other hits followed. After three albums, Bonfanti and Smalley left the Raspberries over a long-running dispute with Carmen over image. Bryson and Carmen continued with The Raspberries for one more album, 1974's Starting Over (voted one of the best albums of the year by 'Rolling Stone'). Though the album yielded a sizeable hit in Overnight Sensation (Hit Record), the band soon ground to a halt. By 1976 Eric Carmen re-established himself as a top ten recording artist, though now in an ultra-commercial singer/songwriter mould. Bryson, who went on to record albums with Tattoo and Fotomaker in the late seventies currently plays in the Cleveland area band, Sittin' Ducks, with Dann Klawon and Kenny Margolis.
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    genre: garage
    country: us
    quality: mp3 (256k, covers)
    time: 48'45"  size: 256 mb

    01. I Don't Understand 3:30
    02. Running Through My Nightmares 3:58
    03. Somewhere Nowhere 3:30
    04. Trip Through Tomorrow 3:13
    05. Transparent Life 2:47
    06. Death Is The Only Real Thing 3:51
    07. Disconnection 4:13
    08. Stems And Flowers 3:09
    09. Flashback 3:15
    10. Memos From Purgatory 3:01
    11. Mystery Trip 4:35
    12. Non-Entity 2:54
    13. Endless Circles 2:55
    14. The Fading Of My Mind 3:52

    Views: 2349 | Date: 23.05.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)

    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 33'20"  size: 228 mb


     Side one
    "Sufficiently Breathless" – 5:15
    "Bright Blue Tango" – 4:11
    "Drifting in Space" – 3:12
    "Evil Men" – 4:51

    Side two
    "Starglow Energy" – 5:04
    "Distant Sun" – 4:42
    "Voyages of Past Travellers" – 1:46
    "Everything's a Circle" – 4:14

    Lee Dorman – bass guitar
    Rhino – lead guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar
    Rod Evans – lead and harmony vocals
    Marty Rodriguez – drums, backup vocals
    Reese Wynans – electric piano, acoustic piano
    Guille Garcia – congas, timbales, percussion
    Paul Hornsby – organ on "Starglow Energy"

    ... Read more »

    Views: 3035 | Date: 23.05.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)

    genre: kraut
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 36'26"  size: 225 mb

    01. Serpentine 4:10
    02. Paupers Daughter And I 6:04
    03. November 7:44
    04. Seven Days Awake 5:18
    05. Give Me No 'Roses' 5:26
    06. Like INOBE GOD 5:58
    07. One More Day 1:45

    Rebop Kwaku Baah on percussion, polymoog and vocals
    Rosko Gee on bass guitar, piano and vocals
    Michael Karoli on guitars and violin
    Jaki Liebezeit on drums
    Irmin Schmidt on keyboards

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    Bulldog Breed ~ 1969 ~ Made In England
    genre: psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape separate, log, covers) & mp3 (256k, covers)
    time: 37'18"  size: 204 or 59 mb

    Tapestry of Delights:

    An obscure psychedelic/progressive outfit. Their album is now a minor collectable. Despite the date, it sounds like it's from a couple of years earlier.

    Portcullis Gate veered towards progressive rock whilst it's flip side owed more to early
    Pink Floyd.

    Farrell had previously been with
    Gun and many members had played with
    Please. After they split Keith Cross and Bernie Jinks formed

    (Vernon Joynson/Jim McMaster)

    01 - Paper Man 3:18
    02 - Sheba's Broomstick Ride 2:20
    03 - I Flew 2:49
    04 - Eileen's Haberdashery Store 2:51
    05 - Folder Men 2:40
    06 - Dougal 2:30
    07 - When The Sun Stands Still 2:48
    08 - Reborn 2:36
    09 - Friday Hill 3:14
    10 - Silver 2:09
    11 - You 2:36
    12 - Top O' The Pops Cock  ! ! 2:11
    13 - Revenge 2:20
    14 - Austin Osmanspare 2:58

    ROB HUNTflute, vcls

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    genre: psych
    country: us
    quality: mp3 (256vbr, covers)
    time: 43'36"  size: 86 mb
    misc.: 1993 +

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    They started rehearsing in San Antonio in 1967 using a temporary name Willowdale Handcar although prior to this Prince, Cox and Fore had played together in Corpus Christi as The New Seeds. The name Bubble Puppy was chosen whilst they were high on acid at a Hendrix Concert flicking over the pages of Aldous Huxley's 'Brave New World'. With their new name they headed for Austin where they played at the now legendary Vulcan Gas Company but after being signed by International Artists they moved on to Houston. Their first 45 reached No. 14 in the U.S. charts in March 1969 and combined hard rock with fresh vocal harmonies. Their album, which actually reached No. 176 in the U.S. Album Charts, was similar in style and, although their three subsequent 45s never achieved the success of the first, they became International Artist's most successful act after the 13th Floor Elevators.

    During a tour with Steppenwolf Nick St. Nicholas convinced them to move to California which they did signing to Steppenwolf's ABC/Dunhill label. Here they changed their name to Demian issuing an album in 1971. Later in 1977 they reformed as Sirius. However, the story was not over. They re-emerged in 1987 with a new album which contained new versions of their old classics as well as fresh material but which frankly showed them to be a shadow of their former selves.

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