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    Main » 2014 » November » 26

    Nico ~1986 ~ Live Heroesgenre: avant
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, size: 194 mb)
    time: 39'01"

    Live Heroes is a compilation album recorded by Nico with The Blue Orchids partially at the København Saltlagertet, Rotterdam, Netherlands on October 5, 1982. The two tracks "Procession" and "All Tomorrow's Parties" come from a studio session recorded with The Invisible Girls and Martin Hannett.

    01. Heroes 8:22
    02. Procession 4:45
    03. My Funny Valentine 4:12
    04. All Tomorrow's Parties 5:29
    05. Secret Side 3:13
    06. Femme Fatale 3:08
    07. The End 9:52

    Nico – vocal, harmonium
    The Blue Orchids:
    Martin Bramah – guitar, backing vocals
    Rick Goldstraw – guitar
    Una Baines – keyboards
    Steve Garvey – bass, backing vocals
    Toby Toman – drums

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    genre: real brithe New Tweedy Brothers ~ 1968 ~ The New Tweedy tish beat, psych
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, size: 207mb)
    time: 35'30"

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    Originally from Portland, Oregon, this outfit (like so many others) seems to have played a lot in San Francisco. Their album is one of the mega rarities of the psychedelic genre and has been pirated recently. Although clearly recorded on primitive equipment lending it a rather tinny sound, it is certainly ... Read more »
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    New Hobbits ~ 1969 ~ Back From Middle Earthgenre: beat, pop psych
    state: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, size: 145 mb)
    time: 23'45"

    Originally this album was to be released by Perception Records in 1969 but was shelved. It's a delightful example of orchestrated US 60's pop with a psychedelic edge very much in the mould of the other two Hobbits albums .
    Back From Middle Earth, The Hobbit’s third and rarest psychedelic recording, appeared in 1969 on Hobbit-supremo Jimmy Curtiss’ Perception label, an imprint that bizarrely was to include Dizzy Gillespie, Shirley Horn, Tyrone Washington, Johnny Hartman, Astrud Gilberto and even Jimmy Lunceford amongst its alumnists. Although The Hobbits owed their name to the writings of Tolkien, there was little of The Shire about their music, which Curtiss described as “vocals with instrumental accompaniment”, with the emphasis very much on sophisticated harmonies reminiscent of contemporaries such as The Cowsills and Jay And The Americans. Curtiss made his recording debut as Jimmy Curtiss & The Regents in the late ‘50s, but surprisingly Return To Middle Earth is a solid ‘60s pop album which highlights the vocal talents of Curtiss and session-singer Gini Eastwood and is completely free of any references to Curtiss’ doowop past, as indeed are the three heavily psych-influenced 45s Curtiss produced (he also co-wrote two of the tracks) for Decca stable-mates The Bag in 1968. Exactly why The Hobbits changed their name to The New Hobbits is unclear, but this may, along with the album’s release on Perception (the band’s two previous efforts had both appeared on Decca) go some way to explaining why the album remained largely unknown (many Psych collectors have never seen a copy of the album), and consequently is so highly sought after today.

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    New Riders Of The Purple Sage ~ 1973 ~ The Adventures Of Panama Redgenre: country
    state: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, size: 217 mb)
    time: 29'55"

    The Adventures of Panama Red is the fourth country rock album by the New Riders of the Purple Sage, released in 1973. It is 
    widely regarded as one of the group's best efforts, and reached number 55 on the Billboard charts.
    The album includes two songs written by Peter Rowan — "Panama Red", which became a radio hit, and "Lonesome L.A. Cowboy". 
    Another song, "Kick in the Head", was written by Robert Hunter. Donna Jean Godchaux and Buffy Sainte-Marie contribute background vocals on several tracks.

    "Panama Red" (Peter Rowan) – 2:47
    "It's Alright With Me" (Dave Torbert) – 2:43
    "Lonesome L.A. Cowboy" (Rowan) – 4:05
    "Important Exportin Man" (Tim Hovey, Torbert) – 2:26
    "One Too Many Stories" (John Dawson) – 2:54
    "Kick in the Head" (Robert Hunter) – 2:30
    "You Should Have Seen Me Runnin" (Dawson) – 3:01
    "Teardrops in My Eyes" (Red Allen, Tommy Sutton) – 2:15
    "L.A. Lady" (Troy Seals, Don Goodman, Will Jennings) – 2:13
    "Thank the Day" (Torbert) – 2:23
    "Cement, Clay and Glass" (Spencer Dryden, David Nelson) – 2:34

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    the New Dawn ~ 1969 ~ There's A New Dawngenre: soft psych
    state: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, smallest cover, size: 205 mb)
    time: 40'42"

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    Salem, Oregon was home turf for this soft rock quintet whose ultra rare album has recently seen a pirate reissue. The opening cut New Dawn begins with an unusual spoken intro but is essentially a soft rock ballad; I See A Day has some good fuzz guitar and Its Rainin' couples this with sound effects; there's some upfront organ on Hear Me Cryin' and side one closes with Dark Thoughts, a more uptempo song with lots of fuzz guitar. Side two is disappointing by comparison and very samey with a country-style rhythm section that never excites

    01. (There's A) New Dawn 4:16
    02. I See A Day 3:35
    03. It's Time 2:41
    04. It's Rainin' 3:13
    05. Hear Me Cryin' 3:29
    06. Dark Thoughts 2:58
    07. Proud Man 3:18
    08. Billy Come Lately 2:32
    09. We'll Fall In Love 3:36
    10. You 3:12
    11. Last Morning 3:39
    12. Life Goes On 4:12

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    New Colony Six ~ 1967 ~ Colonizationgenre: beat
    state: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, size: 385 mb)
    time: 33'39"

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    This Chicago band started out as The Patsmen in 1964 playing a British invasion sound. The travelled to California in 1965 but returned to Chicago forming their own Centaur (later Sentar) label in 1966. In 1966 they sounded very punkish with a strong Animals - Them influence. Their first album, in particular is very much in this vein and originals are very rare and sought-after. Its reissue by Eva has made it more accessible. The second is more poppy but contains a fine cover of The Yardbirds' classic Mister You're A Better Man Than I. Later they signed to Mercury during 1967 and developed into a successful harmony ballad/soft rock act which continued recording well into the 1970s. Over the years they enjoyed much minor chart success and one Top Twenty hit, Things I'd Like To Say.

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