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    Main » 2010 » October » 19

    Black Oak Arkansas ~ 1973 ~ High On The Hog

    genre: southern
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 34'29"  size: 233 mb
    misc.: 1995


    01. "Swimmin' In Quicksand" 3:23
    02. "Back To The Land" 2:28
    03. "Movin'" 3:16
    04. "Happy Hooker" 5:31
    05. "Red Hot Lovin'" 2:49
    06. "Jim Dandy" 2:43
    07. "Moonshine Sonata" 5:31
    08. "Why Shouldn't I Smile" 2:25
    09. "High 'N' Dry" 2:30
    10. "Mad Man" 3:53

    JIM "DANDY" MANGRUM: Lead vocals
    HARVEY JETT: guitar
    STANLEY KNIGHT: guitar
    RICK REYNOLDS: guitar
    Introducing RUBY STARR: background vocals on "Jim Dandy"

    Views: 2590 | Date: 19.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)

    the Bees ~ 2004 ~ Free The Bees
    genre: psych, indie
    country: uk
    quality: mp3 (320k, scans)
    time: 44'09"  size: 108 mb

    "These Are the Ghosts" (The Bees) – 3:08
    "Wash in the Rain" (The Bees, Julian Batley) – 3:38
    "No Atmosphere" (The Bees) – 3:48
    "Horsemen" (The Bees) – 3:27
    "Chicken Payback" (The Bees) – 3:12
    "The Russian" (The Bees) – 5:36
    "I Love You" (The Bees) – 4:35
    "The Start" (The Bees) – 2:19
    "Hourglass" (The Bees, Julian Batley) – 4:45
    "Go Karts" (The Bees) – 3:43
    "One Glass of Water" (The Bees) – 2:41
    "This Is the Land" (The Bees) – 3:01

    Kris Birkin – guitar, vocals
    Paul Butler – lead vocals, guitar, piano, saxophone, trumpet, clarinet, mandolin, drums, percussion, producer
    Michael Clevett – drums, percussion, bass, Hammond, vocals
    Warren Hampshire – Hammond, piano, celeste, acoustic guitar, percussion, vocals
    Aaron Fletcher – bass, guitar, piano, drums, percussion, vocals
    Tim Parkin – vocals, trumpet, bass, piano, Rhodes, percussion

    Views: 4348 | Date: 19.10.2010 | Rating: 4.5 | Comments (2)

    Bread ~ 1972a ~ Baby I'm - A Want You
    genre: soft
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 34'50"  size: 241 mb

    "Mother Freedom" – 2:35 (Gates)
    "Baby I'm-a Want You" – 2:31 (Gates)
    "Down on My Knees" – 2:44 (Griffin/Gates)
    "Everything I Own" – 3:07 (Gates)
    "Nobody Like You" – 3:14 (Gates/Griffin/Knechtel)
    "Diary" – 3:09 (Gates)
    "Dream Lady" – 3:22 (Griffin/Royer)
    "Daughter" – 3:23 (Gates)
    "Games of Magic" – 3:10 (Griffin/Royer)
    "This Isn't What the Governmeant" – 2:27 (Gates)
    "Just Like Yesterday" – 2:15 (Griffin)
    "I Don't Love You" – 2:49 (Griffin)

    David Gates - vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards
    James Griffin - vocals, guitar, keyboards
    Larry Knechtel - keyboards, bass, guitar
    Mike Botts - drums

    Views: 2807 | Date: 19.10.2010 | Rating: 3.0 | Comments (1)

    Bread ~ 1972b ~ Guitar Man
    genre: soft
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 43'16"  size: 307 mb

    "Welcome to the Music" – 2:57 (Gates)
    "The Guitar Man" – 3:46 (Gates)
    "Make It by Yourself" – 3:50 (Gates/Griffin)
    "Aubrey" – 3:39 (Gates)
    "Fancy Dancer" – 3:33 (Botts/Griffin)
    "Sweet Surrender" – 2:38 (Gates)
    "Tecolote" – 4:35 (Gates)
    "Let Me Go" – 3:27 (Griffin/Royer)
    "Yours For Life" – 3:21 (Gates)
    "Picture in Your Mind" – 4:42 (Knechtel)
    "Don't Tell Me No" – 3:34 (Griffin/Royer)
    "Didn't Even Know Her Name" – 3:09 (Gates/Griffin)

    David Gates - vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards
    James Griffin - vocals, guitar, keyboards
    Larry Knechtel - keyboards, bass, guitar
    Mike Botts - drums

    Views: 2212 | Date: 19.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)

    Bread ~ 1971 ~ Manna
    genre: soft
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 36'13"  size: 271 mb
    misc.: 1995

    "Let Your Love Go" – 2:25 (Gates)
    "Take Comfort" – 3:33 (Griffin/Royer)
    "Too Much Love" – 2:46 (Griffin/Royer)
    "If" – 2:36 (Gates)
    "Be Kind to Me" – 3:04 (Griffin/Royer)
    "He's a Good Lad" – 2:59 (Gates)
    "She Was My Lady" – 2:51 (Gates)
    "Live in Your Love" – 2:46 (Griffin/Royer)
    "What a Change" – 3:40 (Gates)
    "I Say Again" – 2:52 (Griffin/Royer)
    "Come Again" – 4:03 (Gates)
    "Truckin'" – 2:32 (Griffin/Royer)

    David Gates - vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards
    James Griffin - vocals, guitar, keyboards
    Robb Royer - guitar, bass, keyboards
    Mike Botts - drums

    Views: 2028 | Date: 19.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)

    Bread ~ 1970 ~ On the Waters
    genre: soft
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 37'25"  size: 277 mb
    misc.: 1995

    "Why Do You Keep Me Waiting" – 2:32 (Jimmy Griffin, Robb Royer)
    "Make It with You" – 3:18 (David Gates)
    "Blue Satin Pillow" – 2:29 (Gates)
    "Look What You've Done" – 3:14 (Griffin, Royer)
    "I Am That I Am" – 3:20 (Griffin, Royer)
    "Been Too Long on the Road" – 4:53 (Gates)
    "I Want You With Me" – 2:52 (Gates, Griffin)
    "Coming Apart" – 3:30 (Griffin, Royer)
    "Easy Love" – 2:28 (Griffin, Royer)
    "In the Afterglow" – 2:38 (Gates)
    "Call on Me" – 4:03 (Griffin, Royer)
    "The Other Side of Life" – 2:02 (Gates)

    David Gates - vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards
    James Griffin - vocals, guitar, keyboards
    Robb Royer - guitar, bass, keyboards
    Mike Botts - drums

    Views: 1989 | Date: 19.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)

    Bread ~ 1969 ~ Bread
    genre: soft
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 36'09"  size: 257 mb
    misc.: 1995

    "Dismal Day" (Gates) - 2:21
    "London Bridge" (Gates) - 2:32
    "Could I" (Griffin, Royer) - 3:31
    "Look at Me" (Gates) - 2:43
    "The Last Time" (Griffin, Royer) - 4:10
    "Any Way You Want Me" (Griffin, Royer) - 3:16
    "Move Over" (Griffin) - 2:36
    "Don't Shut Me Out" (Gates) - 2:39
    "You Can't Measure the Cost" (Gates) - 3:22
    "Family Doctor" (Griffin, Royer) - 2:15
    "It Don't Matter to Me" (Gates) - 2:51
    "Friends and Lovers" (Griffin, Hallinan, Royer) - 3:54

    David Gates - organ, bass, guitar, percussion, piano, fiddle, keyboards, electric piano, viola, Vocals, Moog synthesizer
    James Griffin - guitar, percussion, keyboards, vocals
    Robb Royer - bass, flute, guitar, percussion, piano, electric piano, recorder, vocals
    Additional personnel:
    Ron Edgar - drums
    Jim Gordon - drums

    Views: 1973 | Date: 19.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)

    Brainbox ~ 1972 ~ To You
    genre: heavy
    country: netherlands
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:10'31"  size: 472 mb
    misc.: 1988, compil.

    01. "Virgin" 3:44
    02. "Amsterdam, The First Days" 3:12
    03. "Sinner's Prayer" 2:33
    04. "Dark Rose" 5:22
    05. "Cruel Train" 2:32
    06. "Down Man" 2:40
    07. "Woman's Gone" 4:15
    08. "To You" 3:30
    09. "Summertime" 4:22
    10. "Doomsday Train" 2:55
    11. "Between Alpha An Omega" 2:31
    12. "Baby, What You Want Me To Do" 2:38
    13. "Scarborough Fair" 6:28
    14. "The Flight" 3:28
    15. "So Helpless" 2:39
    16. "Smile (Old Friends Have The Right To)" 3:11
    17. "Reason To Believe" 2:25
    18. "Sea Of Delight" 3:08
    19. "Mobilae" 5:43
    20. "Good Morning, Day" 3:11

    Jan Akkerman / guitar, organ, vibes, bass guitar 
    Andre Reynen / bass guitar
    Pierre van der Linden / drums
    Kazimierz Lux / vocals, percussion
    John Schuursma / guitar
    Frans Smit / drums
    Rudy de Queljoe / guitar
    Herman Meyer / guitar
    Tom Barlage / flute
    Rob Hoeke / piano

    Views: 2462 | Date: 19.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)

    Brainbox ~ 1969 ~ Brainbox
    genre: heavy
    country: netherlands
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 54'46"  size: 361 mb
    Scented Gardens of Mind:
    Jan Akkerman had previously recorded four singles with the Amsterdam band The Hunters before forming Brainbox with Kaz Lux in late 1968. Their album was characterized by Akkerman's hyperfast guitar technique and Lux's heavy metal throat (similar to Glenn Hughes in his Trapeze days). They aren't too far from Vanilla Fudge and Led Zeppelin on the heavy syrup treatments of Scarborough Fair" and "Summertime". The 17-minute show-off "Sea Of Delight" is a bit long-winded with its immature progressive development and an horrendous drums solo, but "Dark Rose" pointed the way forward with a captivating melody and more inspired guitar and flute riffing (which indeed predated the heavier aspect of Akkerman's next group). This was an album of great promise which failed to deliver completely satisfying results. In November 1969 Akkerman accepted van Leer's invitation to join Focus and a lucrative career. Brainbox struggled on but the successive departures of van der Linden and Lux finally killed them off in 1972. Buying one of the collections with tracks only released as singles will give you a better overview of Brainbox than their only proper album (the CD re-issue will do fine, though!).
    01. "Dark Rose" 5:22
    02. "Reason To Believe" 2:24
    03. "Baby, What You Want Me To Do" 2:37
    04. "Scarborough Fair" 6:27
    05. "Summertime  (from Porgy & Bess)" 4:23
    06. "Sinner's Prayer" 2:31
    07. "Sea Of Delight" 16:59
    08. "Down Man" 2:40
    09. "Womanґ's Gone" 4:15
    10. "Sea Of Delight  (Try Out)" 1:05
    11. "Sea Of Delight  (Take 1)" 2:52
    12. "Amsterdam, The First Days" 3:11
    Jan Akkerman / guitars, organ, vibes, bass guitar [9], 
    Pierre van der Linden / drums
    Andre Reynen / bass guitar
    Kaz Lux / vocals, percussion
    Tom Barlage / flutes [1, 4]
    Rob Hoeke / piano [9]
    Views: 2403 | Date: 19.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)

    David Bowie ~ 1988 ~ 1966
    genre: pop
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 15'36"  size: 89 mb
    From the CD notes: 
    "... David Bowie in 1966 before he went on to achieve international acclaim... performing in and around London using his real name David Jones, with a band called David Jones and the Lower Third."
    01. "And I Say To Myself" 2:29
    02. "Can't Help Thinking About Me" 2:46
    03. "I'm Not Losing Sleep" 2:54
    04. "I Dig Everything" 2:45
    05. "Do Anything You Say" 2:30
    06. "Good Morning Girl" 2:12
    Views: 2014 | Date: 19.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)

    genre: pop
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(192k,covers,booklet)
    time: 34'33" size: 54 mb 

    Still Life with Guitar is the fifteenth studio album by Kevin Ayers. It found him consolidating on his 1988 return-to-form Falling Up[1] with a collection of largely acoustic songs that many critics regarded as being equal to material penned at the perceived heights of his career in the mid-1970s. Ayers produced the album, with his then manager Dave Vatch in England and was accompanied by an impressive cast of musicians, including Mike Oldfield, Ollie Halsall, Danny Thompson, BJ Cole, Mark E. Nevin and other members of Fairground Attraction.
    A 2007 reissue of the album on Market Square featured an unreleased song 'Work In Progress' that is perhaps the most revealing performance from the period. Recorded on a Sony Walkman by Vatch during a cab ride in Palma, Majorca, Ayers sounds simultaneously detached, witty and poignant as he comments on the crowds around him. Still Life with Guitar was the final recording to feature Ayers close companinon and guitarist Ollie Halsall, who died shortly after its release. Ayers would not record another album of new material for fifteen years.

    1. Feeling This Way 2:43
    2. Something in Between 3:16
    3. Thank You Very Much 3:18
    4. There Goes Johnny 4:04
    5. Ghost Train 4:28
    6. I Don't Depend on You 3:37
    7. When Your Parents Go to Sleep 4:47
    8. M16 2:55
    9. Don't Blame Them 1:54
    10. Irene Goodnight 3:30

    Kevin Ayers (Guitar, Vocals)
    Kevin Armstrong (Guitar)
    Stuart Bruce (Keyboards)
    Simon Clarke (Keyboards)
    B.J. Cole (Guitar)
    Ben Darlow (Vocals)
    Roy Dodds (Drums)
    Simon Edwards (Bass)
    Ollie Halsall (Guitar, Keyboards)
    Gavin Harrison (Drums)
    Graham Henderson (Keyboards)
    Richard Lee (Bass)
    Steve Monti (Drums)
    Anthony Moore (Keyboards)
    Mark E. Nevin (Guitar)
    Mike Oldfield (Guitar)
    Danny Thompson (Bass)

    Views: 1935 | Date: 19.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)

    genre: pop
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(192k,covers,booklet)
    time: 37'03" size: 57 mb 

    The song "Flying Start" was first released on the Mike Oldfield album Islands in September 1987.

    1. Saturday Night 4:02
    2. Flying Start 3:39
    3. The Best We Have 3:28
    4. Another Rolling Stone 5:17
    5. Do You Believe 5:53
    6. That's What We Did 3:45
    7. Night Fighters 4:57
    8. Am I Really Marcel? 6:02

    Kevin Ayers (Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica, Percussion)
    Luis Dulzaides (Congas)
    Marcelo Carlos Fuentes (Bass)
    Ollie Halsall (Guitar, Keyboards, Drums, Bass, Backing Vocals)
    Javier Paxariño (Soprano Saxophone)
    Nete (Drums)
    Tony Vazquez (Drums, Bongos)
    Pablo Salinas (Piano)
    Miguel Herrero (Guitars)
    El Reverendo (Hammond Organ)
    Charles J. Beale (Backing Vocals)
    Chuck C' Note Brown (Backing Vocals)
    Patt Patterson (Backing Vocals)
    Andrea Bronston (Backing Vocals)
    Mary Jameson (Backing Vocals)

    Views: 1798 | Date: 19.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)

    Bonzo Dog Band ~ 1969b ~ Keynsham
    genre: psych pop, comedy
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 38'28"  size: 221 mb

    01. "You Done My Brain In" 1:42
    02. "Keynsham" 2:22
    03. "Quiet Talks & Summer Walks" 3:38
    04. "Tent" 3:06
    05. "We Were Wrong" 2:33
    06. "Joke Shop Man" 1:24
    07. "The Bride Stripped Bare By 'Bachelors'" 2:40
    08. "Look At Me, I'm Wonderfull" 1:47
    09. "What Do You Do?" 3:14
    10. "Mr.Slatters' Parrot" 2:28
    11. "Sport" 3:31
    12. "I want To Be With You" 2:18
    13. "Noises For The Leg" 1:55
    14. "'Busted'" 5:49

    Vivian Stanshall ( Narration, Cover Design, Story, and This )
    Dennis Cowan ( Narration )
    Roger Ruskin-Spear ( Theremin Leg )
    "Legs" Larry Smith ( Perfumed Parlour Snake )
    R. Slater ( Bodily Functions Arranger )
    Mrs.Slater ( Hysterics )
    Gerry Salisbury ( Jazz Coronet & Fish-n-chips on "Busted" )
    and uncredited:
    Neil Innes ( aside from his credits for song writing & producer, Neil's name is left out of the comical credits. )


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    genre: pop
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(192k,covers)
    time: 34'20" size: 71 mb 

    Yes We Have No Mañanas (So Get Your Mañanas Today) is the seventh studio album by Kevin Ayers, released in June 1976. This LP marked Kevin Ayers' return to the leftfield Harvest label. Producer Muff Winwood employed a straightforward pop production that clipped some of Ayers’ usual eccentricities from the tapes but gave the set a direct and focused impact.
    The songs fall into to two thematic groups; tales of love and loss (‘Love's Gonna Turn You Round’ and ‘Falling In Love Again’) coupled with sly digs at a music industry with which Ayers is clearly becoming disenchanted (‘Ballad of Mr. Snake’ and ‘Mr Cool’). The closing song, ‘Blue’, is a rousing tour de force with a spirited chorus and Ollie Halsall's frantic guitar that ranks as one of Ayers strongest 1970s recordings. The band comprised Rob Townsend from Family on drums, Taste’s Charlie McCracken on bass, B.J. Cole's steel guitar and Ollie Halsall’s frenetic power-pop solos.

    1. Star 4:15
    2. Mr Cool 3:04
    3. The Owl 3:08
    4. Love's Gonna Turn You Round 4:46
    5. Falling In Love Again 2:36
    6. Help Me 2:31
    7. Ballad Of Mr Snake 2:01
    8. Everyone Knows The Song 2:30
    9. Yes I Do 3:03
    10. Blue 6:25

    Kevin Ayers (Guitar, Vocals)
    Billy Livsey (Keyboards)
    Charlie McCracken (Bass)
    Ollie Halsall (Guitar)
    Rob Townsend (Drums, percussion)
    Roger Saunders (Guitar)
    Mickey Feat (Bass)
    B.J. Cole (Steel Guitar)
    Tony Newman (Drums)
    Roger Pope - (Drums)
    Rick Wills (Bass)
    Zoot Money (Keyboards)
    Andy Roberts (Guitar)
    Nick Rowley (Keyboards)

    Views: 1781 | Date: 19.10.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)

    genre: pop
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(192k,covers)
    time: 35'59" size: 51 mb 

    Bananamour is the fourth studio album by Kevin Ayers and it featured some of his most accessible recordings, including "Shouting in a Bucket Blues" and his whimsical tribute to Syd Barrett, "Oh! Wot A Dream".[1] After Whatevershebringswesing, Ayers assembled a new band anchored by drummer Eddie Sparrow and bassist Archie Legget and employed a more direct lyricism. The centrepiece of the album is 'Decadence', his withering portrait of Nico;[1] "Watch her out there on display / Dancing in her sleepy way / While all her visions start to play / On the icicles of our decay / And all along the desert shore / She wanders further evermore / The only thing that's left to try / She says to live i have to die." The album marked the end of Ayers' first Harvest Records series.

    1. Don't Let It Get You Down 4:04
    2. Shouting In A Bucket Blues 3:45
    3. When Your Parents Go To Sleep 5:47
    4. Interview 4:43
    5. Decadence 8:05
    6. Oh! Wot A Dream 2:48
    7. Hymn 4:35
    8. Beware Of The Dog 1:27

    Kevin Ayers (Guitar, Vocals)
    Archie Legget (Bass, harmony vocals, lead vocal)
    Eddie Sparrow (Drums)
    Steve Hillage (Lead Guitar)
    Mike Ratledge (Organ)
    Robert Wyatt (Harmony Vocal)
    David Bedford (Orchestral Arrangement)
    Howie Casey (Tenor Saxophone)
    Dave Caswell (Trumpet)
    Tristan Fry (Cymbal)
    Lyle Jenkins (Baritone Saxophone)
    Ronnie Price (Piano)
    Barry St. John (Vocals)
    Liza Strike (Vocals)
    Doris Troy (Vocals)

    Views: 1992 | Date: 19.10.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (0)

    genre: pop
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(192k,covers)
    time: 48'07" size: 70 mb 

    In 1971, Kevin Ayers started recording what would become his most acclaimed album, Whatevershebringswesing accompanied by members of Gong and his previous backing band The Whole World. Praised by NME, Record Mirror and Rolling Stone, the album realised all the musical aspirations Ayers had harboured since the inception of Soft Machine.
    As with most Ayers albums, a collision of disparate styles confronts the listener but in this instance they work to extremely powerful effect. The title track with Mike Oldfield's guitar accompaniment and Robert Wyatt’s wracked harmonies would become a template for Ayers subsequent 70s output.
    The album opens with David Bedford’s "There Is Loving Among Us” accompanied by his dramatic string arrangement. This segues into the vignettes "Margaret” and "Oh My” where Ayers juxtaposes terse lyrics against measured backing.
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    genre: pop
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(320k,covers,booklet)
    time: 59'44" size: 141 mb 

    In early 1970, Ayers assembled a band he called The Whole World to tour his debut LP Joy of a Toy that included, a young Mike Oldfield, David Bedford, Lol Coxhill, Mick Fincher, the folk singer Bridget St. John and Robert Wyatt. After a UK tour, Ayers took the Whole World into the studio to cut an LP, produced, like his debut, with Peter Jenner.
    The line-up produced a heady mixture of ideas and experimentation with two distinctive styles emerging; carefree ballads like "Clarence In Wonderland” and "May I?” abutted the avant garde experimentation of songs like "Reinhardt and Geraldine” and "Underwater”. The album has since become a best seller in Ayers' catalogue.
    Although The Whole World disbanded shortly after the release, the nucleus of the group would contribute to Ayers next LP, Whatevershebringswesing. Ayers released a single of exclusive material at the time "Butterfly Dance" coupled with "Puis Je?" (a French language version of "May I?”)
    Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, who were big fans of Ayers, referred to 'Shooting At The Moon' as "the best album ever made" in the sleeve notes to their 1994 album 'Tatay'.

    1. May I? 4:01
    2. Rheinhardt & Geraldine/ Colores Para Delores 5:41
    3. Lunatics Lament 4:53
    4. Pisser Dans un Violon 8:02
    5. The Oyster and the Flying Fish 2:37
    6. Underwater 3:54
    7. Clarence in Wonderland 2:06
    8. Red Green and You Blue 3:52
    9. Shooting at the Moon 5:53
    10. Gemini Child 3.16
    11. Puis Je? 3.41
    12. Butterfly Dance 3.45
    13. Jolie Madame 2.26
    14. Hat 5.27

    Kevin Ayers (Guitar, Bass, Vocals)
    David Bedford (Organ, Piano, Accordion, Marimbaphone, Guitar)
    Lol Coxhill (Saxophone, Zoblophone)
    Mike Oldfield (Bass, Guitar, Vocal)
    Mick Fincher (Drums, Percussion, Bottles & Ashtrays)
    Bridget St. John (Vocals)
    The Whole World Chorus (Vocals)

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    genre: pop
    country: uk
    quality: mp3(320k,covers)
    time: 1:07'15" size: 152 mb 

    Joy of a Toy is the debut solo album of Kevin Ayers, a founding member of Soft Machine. Its whimsical and unique vision is a clear indication of how Soft Machine might have progressed under Ayers' tenure. He is accompanied on the LP by his Soft Machine colleagues Robert Wyatt, Mike Ratledge and Hugh Hopper.
    After a Soft Machine tour of the USA with the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Ayers had decided to retire from the music business. Hendrix however, presented Ayers with an acoustic Gibson J-200 guitar on the promise that he continue his songwriting. Ayers repaired to a small London flat where he composed and arranged a whole LP which was then presented to Malcolm Jones' fledgling Harvest label where it was recorded by Peter Jenner for the then exorbitant sum of £4000.
    Joy Of A Toy features many of Ayers' most enduring songs from 'The Lady Rachel' to 'Girl On A Swing', the latter still, regularly covered by artists to this day like Candie Payne and The Ladybug Transistor. It was on Joy Of A Toy that Ayers developed his sonorous vocal delivery, an avant-garde song construction and an affection for bizarre instrumentation that would have a deep influence far into the 1970s and indeed the present day.

    1. Joy of a Toy Continued 2:54
    2. Town Feeling 4:54
    3. The Clarietta Rag 3:20
    4. Girl on a Swing 2:49
    5. Song for Insane Times 4:00
    6. Stop This Train (Again Doing It) 6:05
    7. Eleanor's Cake (Which Ate Her) 2:53
    8. The Lady Rachel 5:17
    9. Oleh Oleh Bandu Bandong 5:35
    10. All This Crazy Gift of Time 3:57
    Bonus material on 2003 reissue:
    11. Religious Experience 4:46
    12. The Lady Rachael 6:42
    13. Soon Soon Soon 3:23
    14. Religious Experience 2:50
    15. The Lady Rachael Single Version 4:51
    16. Singing a Song in the Morning 2:52

    Kevin Ayers (Guitars, Bass, Vocals)
    Robert Wyatt (Drums)
    David Bedford (Piano, Arranger)
    Mike Ratledge (Organ)
    Hugh Hopper (Bass)
    Paul Buckmaster (Cello)
    Rob Tait (Drums)

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    Bond + Brown ~ 1972 ~ Two Heads Are Better Than One
    genre: r'n'blues
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:06'32"  size: 367 mb
    misc.: 1992

    01. "Lost Tribe" 3:56
    02. "Ig The Oig" 4:42
    03. "Oobati" 3:48
    04. "Amazing Grass" 5:09
    05. "Scunthorpe Crabmeat Train Sideways Shuffle Stomp" 4:07
    06. "C.F.D.T. (Colonel Fright's Dancing Terrapins)" 5:54
    07. "Mass Debate" 3:27
    08. "Looking For Time" 1:55
    09. "Milk Is Turning Sour In My Shoes" 7:32
    10. "Macumbe" 3:41
    11. "The Beginning (Bonus)" 0:57
    12. "Aeroplane Drinking Man (Gladiator Song) (Bonus)" 4:12
    13. "Italian Song (Bonus)" 2:32
    14. "Spend My Nights In Armour (Bonus)" 4:45
    15. "Fury Of The War (Bonus)" 2:54
    16. "Magpie Man (Bonus)" 1:21
    17. "Drumm Roll (Bonus)" 0:06
    18. "Swing Song (Bonus)" 1:19
    19. "Sailor's Song (Bonus)" 3:12
    20. "The Ending (Bonus)" 1:02

    Backing Vocals - Erica Bond , Sue Woolley 
    Backing Vocals, Percussion - Mick Walker (3) 
    Bass, Vocals, Congas - Lisle Harper
    Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals - Ed Spevock 
    Guitar [Lead] - Derek Foley 
    Piano, Electric Piano, Saxophone [Alto], Vocals, Organ - Graham Bond 
    Trumpet, Talking Drum, Vocals - Pete Brown (5) 
    Vocals, Congas, Percussion - Diane Bond


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