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    Trúbrot ~ 1970 ~ Undir Áhrifum + 1971 ~ Lifun
    genre: prog
    country: iceland
    quality: lossless (ape tracks, log, cue, scans)
    time: 1:14'17"  size: 434 mb
    misc.: 2003
    Scented Gardens of Mind:
    Trúbrot were born when members of Hljómar (Owens, Júliusson and Þórðarson) and Flowers (Sighvatsson and Hákonarson) decided to form a 'super group' in 1969. Their first album appeared the same year - a collection of late sixties pop songs (male and female vocals) with orchestral arrangements (on some tracks) and a kind of Bacharach-like aura (due to the frequent use of jazz chords). They did Icelandic versions of José Feliciano's "Rain", Lennon-McCartney's "I'll Be Back" and Holland-Dozier-Holland's "My World Is Empty Without You". More ambitious is their pop version of an extract from Richard Wagner's opera "Tannhäuser" and their own tongue-in-cheek pop opera "Afgangar" (9:00). The album was recorded in Trident Studios, London. It was strongly influenced by British pop music. Perhaps the tracks with a hint of hippie folk with vocal harmonies, acoustic guitar, flute and percussion are the most memorable. It is not a bad album within its field.
    Undir Áhrifum (1970) was recorded in Denmark by a revamped version of Trúbrot. All the material was written by the group this time, but mostly with English lyrics. Among the 8 songs were some fantastic imitations of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young ("In The Country" and "Everything's Allright"). Slightly more progressive tendencies were detectable on the great closing track "Stjörnuryk" (7.28).
    ...Lifun (1971) was their pop opera with interconnected tracks displaying influences from The Move, Led Zeppelin and Keith Emerson (but also still Beatles and CSN&Y). The album came in a hexagonal cover and was their most accomplished work, recorded with Gerry Boys in London.
    Mandala (1972) was a simpler work and a return to basic, well-crafted pop songs.
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    the Troggs ~ 1966a ~ From Nowhere
    genre: beat
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac tracks, booklet scans)
    time: 50'32"  size: 180 mb
    misc.: 2003
    "Wild Thing" (Taylor) - 2:34
    "The Yella In Me" (Presley) - 2:38
    "I Just Sing" (Presley) - 2:09
    "Hi Hi Hazel" (Martin/Coulter) - 2:43
    "Lost Girl" (Presley) - 2:31
    "The Jaguar And The Thunderbird" (Berry) - 2:01
    "Your Love" (Page/Julien) - 1:52
    "Our Love Will Still Be There" (Presley) - 3:08
    "Jingle Jangle" (Presley) - 2:26
    "When I'm With You" (Presley) - 2:23
    "From Home" (Presley) - 2:20
    "Louie Louie" (Berry) - 3:01
    "The Kitty Cat Song" (Roach/Spendel) - 2:11
    "Ride Your Pony" (Neville) - 2:24
    "Evil" (Singleton) - 3:13
    "With A Girl Like You" (Presley) - 2:05
    "I Want You" (Page/Frechter) - 2:13
    "I Can't Control Myself" (Presley) - 3:03
    "Gonna Make You" (Page/Frechter) - 2:46
    "As I Ride By" (Bond) - 2:02
    RONNIE BOND drms
    REG PRESLEY vcls
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    genre: jazz
    country: us
    quality: mp3(320k,covers)
    time: 49'43" size: 127 mb 

    1. Moanin' 9:30
    2. Are You Real? 4:47
    3. Along Came Betty 6:08
    4. The Drum Thunder (Miniature) Suite 7:30
    5. Blues March 6:13
    6. Come Rain or Come Shine 5:45
    bonus track:
    7. Moanin (alternative take) 9:19

    Lee Morgan (trumpet)
    Benny Golson (tenor saxophone)
    Bobby Timmons (piano)
    Jymie Merritt (bass)
    Art Blakey (drums)

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    genre: folk
    country: us
    quality: mp3(256k, covers)
    time: 58'28"+ 1:08'09"+ 1:14'21" size: 388 mb

    Rare, Live & Classic was a 1993 box set compilation by Joan Baez. Released on Vanguard, where Baez had recorded her most influential work during the first twelve years of her career, the set also included material from her subsequent record labels, A&M, Columbia and Gold Castle Records, as well as a number of previously unreleased studio and live recordings. Bob Dylan, Bob Gibson, Mimi Fariña, Judy Collins, Odetta and Kris Kristofferson are among those who make guest appearances on the various tracks; also included were two tracks from a never-released album recorded in 1981 with the Grateful Dead.

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