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    Main » 2011 » January » 07

    Samla Mammas Manna ~ 2002 ~ Dear Mamma
    genre: avant, prog
    country: sweden
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, cover)
    time: 1:11'52" size: 438 mb
    1. Introduction (2:18)
    2. Frestelsens Café (11:20)
    3. Ooaajji - Ohdadaididadaidi (4:04)
    4. Långt Ner I Ett Kaninhål (3:42)
    5. Dear Mamma Pt 1 (3:45)
    6. Ingenting (4:06)
    7. Första Ikarien (8:13)
    8. Dear Mamma Pt 2 (2:29)
    9. Andra Ikarien (3:12)
    10. Mjölk (1:13)
    11. Tredje Ikarien (5:35)
    12. "Monitor song" 0:54
    13. "Potato song" 2:01
    14. "Sensitive moment" 0:28
    15. "Tarningen" 3:42
    16. "Grave song" 0:59
    17. "Musmjolkningsmaskinen" 7:22
    18. "Viking song" 0:35
    19. "Five single combat" 5:48
    Coste Apetrea - gitarr, sång
    Lars Hollmer - klaviatur, melodica, sång
    Lars Krantz - bas
    Tatsuya Yoshida - trummor, sång
    read also: 1973 ~ Måltid
    Views: 2079 | Date: 07.01.2011 | Rating: 3.0 | Comments (0)

    the Insect Trust - 1968 - The Insect Trust
    genre: psych, folk, prog
    country: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 42'30" size:  mb
    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    The Insect Trust were an interesting group whose sound was based around the vocals of Nancy Jerries. Jerries and Barth had earlier played with Peter Stampfel (see Holy Modal Rounders) in an outfit called The Swamp Lillies.
    The Insect Trust took their name from a newspaper called The Insect Trust Times, founded by Bill Levy, the original editor of International Times in England.
    Their debut album was an amalgam of various strands ot country music and most of the material was written by the band. They utilised a wide range of woodwind and stringed instruments. Their style was varied, ranging from the bluesy Special Rider Blues through the string instrumental Foggy Bridge Riverfly, to the harmonious Been Here And Gone So Soon and Going Home. Also of interest is the unusual instrumentation of another track Mountain Song.
    In 1970, the band emerged on a different label, with their follow-up Hoboken Saturday Night. This continued their experimentation and included the unusual, brassy Somedays, successful ballads like Our Sister The Sun and The Eyes Of A New York Woman, the big band sound of Reciprocity, strange woodwind accompaniment of Now Then Sweet Man, strange attempts to merge stringed and woodwind backing in Glade Song, and ends with a brassy instrumental jam, Ducks.
    The previous year, Trevor Koehler had also played on a couple of tracks on Octopus' sole album.
    After the demise of The Insect Trust, Bob Palmer became a journalist. Sadly, Trevor Koehler later committed suicide. ~ (Vernon Joynson/Chris Williams)
    Views: 2370 | Date: 07.01.2011 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (6)

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