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    Main » 2010 » September » 18

    the Searchers ~ 1964 ~ It's The Searchers
    genre: beat
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 1:03'00"  size: 408 or 156 mb


    01. "It's In Her Kiss" 2:17
    02. "Glad All Over" 1:56
    03. "Sea Of Heartbreak" 2:26
    04. "Livin' Lovin' Wreck" 1:48
    05. "Where Have You Been" 2:40
    06. "Shimmy Shimmy" 2:34
    07. "Needles And Pins" 2:16
    08. "This Empty Space" 2:09
    09. "Gonna Send You Back To Georgia" 2:19
    10. "I Count The Tears" 2:05
    11. "Hi Heel Sneakers" 2:34
    12. "Can't Help Forgiving You" 2:06
    13. "Sho'Know A Lot About Love" 2:25
    14. "Don't Throw Your Love Away" 2:20

    Tony Jackson: Lead Vocals, Bass
    John McNally: Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
    Mike Pender: Lead Guitar, Vocals
    Chris Curtis: Drums, Vocals

    1965 ~ Take Me For What I'm Worth'65:

    15. "I'm Ready" 1:58
    16. "I'll Be Doggone" 2:59
    17. "Does She Really Care For Me" 2:08
    18. "It's Time" 2:38
    19. "Too Many Miles" 2:12
    20. "You Can't Lie To A Liar" 2:24
    21. "Don't You Know Why" 2:41
    22. "I'm Your Loving Man" 2:01
    23. "Each Time" 2:51
    24. "Be My Baby" 3:21
    25. "Four Strong Winds" 3:10
    26. "Take Me For What I'm Worth" 2:41

    Frank Allen: Lead Vocals, Bass
    John McNally: Guitar, Vocals
    Mike Pender: Guitar, Vocals
    Chris Curtis: Drums, Lead Vocals


    Views: 3076 | Date: 18.09.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (2)

    Third Ear Band ~ 1969 ~ Alchemy + 1970 ~ Elements
    genre: prog, avant
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, booklet scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)
    size: 555 or 217 mb
    misc.: 2004

    Tapestry of Delights:

    This hippie rock band from Canterbury started out as a psychedelic act, The Giant Sun Trolley in 1967. Regulars at the UFO Club, they also used the name The Hydrogen Jukebox and East Of Eden before becoming The Third Ear Band. Musically, they had an oriental, druggy influence, and much of the material was improvised and hypnotic.

    Of all the late sixties bands one might have predicted would survive for more than twenty five years, the Third Ear Band would not have been amongst them. An an early signing to EMI's progressive Harvest label, the first album, Alchemy showcased the band's sound: entirely instrumental, acoustic and largely improvisational with strong oriental and experimental jazz influences. The second album was in similar vein, although there were just four lengthy pieces, each named after an element. One of these, Water turned up on the Harvest sampler album, Picnic - A Breath Of Fresh Air.

    The Third Ear Band had a rather unstable line-up and half of the 1970 band quit. Glen recruited other musicians to take their place, including Simon House, formerly of High Tide and later of Hawkwind. The film director, Roman Polanski, commissioned them to write the music for his version of Macbeth and the band released the soundtrack as their third album. Music From Macbeth was the best of their early work, incorporating electric instruments for the first time along with medieval and folk elements.

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    Thin Lizzy ~ 1973 ~ Vagabonds Of The Western World
    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 58'05"  size: 386 or 145 mb

    "Mama Nature Said" (Phil Lynott) – 4:52
    "The Hero and the Madman" (Lynott) – 6:08
    "Slow Blues" (Brian Downey, Lynott) – 5:14
    "The Rocker" (Eric Bell, Downey, Lynott) – 5:12
    "Vagabond of the Western World" (Lynott) – 4:44
    "Little Girl in Bloom" (Lynott) – 5:12
    "Gonna Creep Up on You" (Bell, Lynott) – 3:27
    "A Song for While I'm Away" (Lynott) – 5:10

    "Whiskey in the Jar" (Traditional arr. Bell, Downey, Lynott) – 5:44
    "Black Boys on the Corner" (Lynott) – 3:21
    "Randolph's Tango" (Lynott) – 3:49
    "Broken Dreams" (Bell, Lynott) – 4:26

    Eric Bell - guitars
    Brian Downey - drums, percussion
    Phil Lynott - bass guitar, vocals, acoustic guitar

    Jan Schelhaas - organ on "Mama Nature Said" and "The Hero and the Madman"
    Kid Jensen - voice on "The Hero and the Madman"
    Fiachra Trench - string arrangement on "A Song For While I'm Away"

    Views: 2618 | Date: 18.09.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)

    Thin Lizzy ~ 1976 ~ Jailbreak
    genre: hard
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 36'18"  size: 233 or 93 mb

     Side one
    "Jailbreak" – 4:01
    "Angel from the Coast" (Lynott, Brian Robertson) – 3:03
    "Running Back" – 3:13
    "Romeo and the Lonely Girl" – 3:55
    "Warriors" (Lynott, Scott Gorham) – 4:09
    Side two
    "The Boys Are Back in Town" – 4:27
    "Fight or Fall" – 3:45
    "Cowboy Song" (Lynott, Brian Downey)– 5:16
    "Emerald" (Gorham, Downey, Robertson, Lynott) – 4:03

    All songs written by Phil Lynott except where noted.

    Phil Lynott - bass guitar, lead vocals, acoustic guitar
    Scott Gorham - lead guitar ... Read more »

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    Thin Lizzy ~ 1974 ~ NightLife
    genre: heavy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 37'41"  size: 293 or 90 mb

    "She Knows" (Scott Gorham, Phil Lynott) – 5:13
    "Night Life" (Lynott) – 3:57
    "It's Only Money" (Lynott) – 2:47
    "Still in Love With You" (Lynott) – 5:40
    "Frankie Carroll" (Lynott) – 2:02
    "Showdown" (Lynott) – 4:32
    "Banshee" (Lynott) – 1:27
    "Philomena" (Lynott) – 3:41
    "Sha La La" (Brian Downey, Lynott) – 3:27
    "Dear Heart" (Lynott) – 4:35

    Brian Downey - drums, percussion
    Scott Gorham - guitar
    Phil Lynott - bass guitar, vocals, guitar
    Brian Robertson - guitar, backing vocals

    with :
    Frankie Miller - joint lead vocals on "Still In Love With You"
    Gary Moore - lead guitar on "Still In Love With You"

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    Thin Lizzy ~ 1971 ~ Thin Lizzy
    genre: heavy folk
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (wv, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 55'12"  size: 346 or 131 mb
    misc.: 1990

    Tapestry of Delights:

    Thin Lizzy first formed as a trio (line-up A) in Spring 1970. Lynott had first played with Brian Downey in The Black Eagles over in Dublin. He was also briefly with Skid Row, where he played alongside Gary Moore, before being reunited with Brian Downey in Orphanage, who took Tim Rose's Morning Dew into the Irish Charts.

    In 1970, the recently formed band released an Irish-only 45 for Parlophone, The Farmer, which is now a mega-rarity, valued by 'Record Collector' at £500!

    Late in 1970 they were signed by Decca and moved to London to play club gigs, although initially they certainly didn't pull in the crowds. They made their debut at The Speakeasy. Their first release for Decca was the New Day EP, which is now very rare. Their first album, Thin Lizzy, lacked consistency and the excitement of many of their live performances at the time, relying heavily on Eric Bell's celtic guitar. Many of Lynott's lyrics were rather obscure too and the story was no different on their second album, Tales From A Blue Orphanage.

    Late in 1972 they released their first 45 (having already released two albums, though this was not unusual for progressive bands), a rock version of a folk tune, Whiskey In The Jar, which had some very distinctive riffs. The retail version was 5 minutes long, but DJs were sent a special 3 minute version. It was this 45 which gave them their big breakthrough, climbing to No 6 in the Charts. In the short-term, though, they didn't really capitalise on this. Their next 45, Randolph's Tango, missed out and their next album, Vagabonds Of The Western World, (which was in a heavier rock vein and omitted Whiskey In The Jar, which the band wanted to disassociate themselves with) made little commercial impact. However, it gave a clear indication of their future musical direction with strong heavy rock numbers like the title cut, The Rocker, Little Darling and Gonna Creep Up On You. When Deram reissued the album on CD in 1991, Whiskey In The Jar was added.

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    Ten Years After ~ 2001 ~ Live At The Fillmore East
    genre: heavy blues
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans) & mp3 (320k, booklet scans)
    size: 733 or 292 mb

    Disc One (1:00'59")
    "Love Like A Man" (Alvin Lee) - 9:34
    "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" (Sonny Boy Williamson) - 7:26
    "Working On The Road" (Alvin Lee) - 3:34
    "The Hobbit" (Ric Lee) - 10:52
    "50,000 Miles Beneath My Brain" (Alvin Lee) - 9:58
    "Skoobly-Oobley-Doobob" (Alvin Lee) / "I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes" (Al Kooper) / "Extension On One Chord" (Alvin Lee, R. Lee, L. Lyons, M.G. Chuchill) - 19:30

    Disc Two (53'38")
    "Help Me (Sonny Boy Williamson, Willie Dixon, Ralph Bass)" - 16:05
    "I'm Going Home" (Alvin Lee) - 11:57
    "Sweet Little Sixteen" (Chuck Berry) - 4:38
    "Roll Over Beethoven" (Chuck Berry) - 4:44
    "I Woke Up This Morning" (Alvin Lee) - 8:09
    "Spoonful" (Willie Dixon) - 8:00

    Leo Lyons - Bass
    Alvin Lee - Guitar and Vocals
    Chick Churchill - Organ
    Ric Lee - Drums

    Views: 2955 | Date: 18.09.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)

    Ten Years After ~ 1971 ~ A Space in Time
    genre: blues, psych
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers) & mp3 (320k, covers)
    time: 38'02"  size: 220 or 92 mb

    Side one
    "One of These Days" – 5:52
    "Here They Come" – 4:36
    "I'd Love to Change the World" – 3:44
    "Over The Hill" – 2:28
    "Baby Won't You Let Me Rock 'n' Roll You" – 2:16

    Side two
    "Once There Was a Time" – 3:22
    "Let the Sky Fall" – 4:19
    "Hard Monkeys" – 3:10
    "I've Been There Too" – 5:44
    "Uncle Jam" – 1:57

    All songs by Alvin Lee except "Uncle Jam", which was composed by C. Churchill, A. Lee, R. Lee and L. Lyons

    Alvin Lee - gtr,vcls
    Leo Lyons - bss
    Chick Churchill - kbrd
    Rick Lee - drms

    String arrangement on `Over the hill` by Del Newman

    Views: 2811 | Date: 18.09.2010 | Rating: 4.0 | Comments (0)

    Ten Years After ~ 1970 ~ Cricklewood Green
    genre: blues
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, booklet scans) & mp3 (320k, booklet scans)
    time: 46'07"  size: 313 or 140 mb
    misc.: 2002

    "Sugar the Road" (Alvin Lee) – 4:06
    "Working on the Road" (Alvin Lee) – 4:18
    "50,000 Miles Beneath My Brain" (Alvin Lee) – 7:39
    "Year 3,000 Blues" (Alvin Lee) – 2:27
    "Me and My Baby" (Alvin Lee) – 4:18
    "Love Like a Man" (Alvin Lee) – 7:32
    "Circles" (Alvin Lee) – 3:59
    "As the Sun Still Burns Away" (Alvin Lee) – 4:44
    "Warm Sun" - 3:08
    "To No One" - 3:49

    Alvin Lee - guitar, vocals
    Leo Lyons - bass
    Ric Lee - drums
    Chick Churchill - organ


    Views: 2689 | Date: 18.09.2010 | Rating: 4.5 | Comments (0)

    Taste ~ 1969 ~ Taste
    genre: heavy blues
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans) & mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 38'57"  size: 203 or  mb
    misc.: 1992

    Tapestry of Delights:

    Rory Gallagher was the leading light in this band which formed in Cork in Southern Ireland in August 1966. Prior to this he'd played in assorted showbands and skiffle groups. Damery and Kittringham were recruited from an R&B band, The Axels. Taste were pretty hot property over in Ireland and gigged a lot in London and Hamburg too. Line-up (B) moved over to London where they soon became an important part of the blues boom. Taste were very much a vehicle for Gallagher's blues playing and in late 1970 he went solo but continued in the same musical vein.

    Their first album was basically a sparsely produced power blues effort. Their highlight was the Live At The Isle Of Wight album but in truth it hasn't aged too well.

    Their second 45 was produced by Tony Colton. McCracken and Wilson were later in Stud. Gallagher died in 1995 during a liver transplant operation

    "Blister on the Moon" - 3:26
    "Leavin' Blues" (Huddie Ledbetter) - 4:15
    "Sugar Mama" (Chester Burnett)- 7:14
    "Hail" - 2:35
    "Born on the Wrong Side of Time" - 4:00
    "Dual Carriageway Pain" - 3:13
    "Same Old Story" - 3:32
    "Catfish" (trad. arr. Gallagher) - 8:04
    "I'm Moving On" (Hank Snow) - 2:29

    All tracks composed by Rory Gallagher except where stated.

    Rory Gallagher - guitars, vocals, saxophone, harmonica
    Richard "Charlie" McCracken - bass guitar
    John Wilson - drums

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