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    Octobre ~ 1974 ~ Les Nouvelles Terresgenre: prog
    state: canada
    quality: lossless (flac tracks, log, covers) 
    time: 42:05 size: 254 mb


    1. Les Nouvelles Terres (5:43)
    2. Le Chant De Guerrier (4:30)
    3. Quand La Nuit Se Réveille (3:00)
    4. Ma Chanson (3:09)
    5. Violence (5:44)
    6. La Passe Du Grande Flambeau (5:05)
    7. Il Est Déjà Tard
    8. Voyage En Mer (4:48)
    9. Génération (6:46)

    Pierre Flynn / keyboards, lead vocals
    Jean Dorais / guitars
    Mario Légaré / bass guitar
    Pierre Hébert / drums

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    Nico ~ 1998 ~ Nico's Last Concert: Fata Morganagenre: experiment(al)
    state: germany
    quality: lossless (flac tracks, log, covers) 
    time: 57:32 size: 350 mb

    Nico's Last Concert: Fata Morgana is a live album documenting Nico's performance at a show called Fata Morgana – Wüstenklänge im Planetarium (Fata Morgana – Desert Sounds in the Planetarium), held on June 6, 1988 in West Berlin as part of the European Capital of Culture festival that year. The concert (organized by musician Lutz Ulbrich) took place at the planetarium of the Wilhelm-Foerster-Sternwarte. Except for the album's closing song (which was previously released on The End...), Nico and her backing band The Faction composed all pieces specifically for the show, during which they were accompanied by optical effects and Moon-themed projected pictures and films.
    As the title of the album indicates, the concert would be Nico's last, and the material on the album is among the last she (co-)wrote. Six weeks later, on July 18, she died while on vacation in Ibiza.

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    New Colony Six ~ 1966 ~ Breakthroughgenre: garage, beatpsych
    state: us
    quality: lossless (flac tracks, log, covers) 
    time: 34:00 size: 127 mb

    Breakthrough was one of the very finest American garage LPs, fusing Midwestern guitar-organ pop with the raunch of British Invasion groups and stressing well-written original material. It is also extremely rare and, should you locate an original copy, extremely expensive. The two other songs are routine, dispensable covers of the Yardbirds' "Mr. You're a Better Man than I" and the McCoys' "Hang On Sloopy," so you shouldn't fret about their absence from your collection. ~ Richie Unterberger

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    Necromandus ~ 1973 ~ Livegenre: heavy prog
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers) 
    time: 41:19 size: 151 mb


    01. Judy Green Rocket 3:55
    02. Still Born Beauty 4:20
    03. Homicidal Psychopath 3:26
    04. Gypsy Dancer 9:56
    05. Limpet Man 6:03
    06. A Black Solitude 4:41
    07. Orexis of Death 4:18
    08. Nightjar 4:41

    Barry Dunnery / guitar
    Frank Hall / drums
    Dennis McCarten / bass
    Bill Branch / vocals

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    Nazareth ~ 1971 ~ Nazarethgenre: hard
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers) 
    time: 72:58 size: 417 mb

    Debut Lp by the Scottish hard rock band Nazareth.

    1. "Witchdoctor Woman"   Charlton, McCafferty 4:09
    2. "Dear John"     3:48
    3. "Empty Arms, Empty Heart"     3:15
    4. "I Had A Dream"     3:23
    5. "Red Light Lady"     6:00
    6. "Fat Man"   Agnew, Charlton, McCafferty 3:25
    7. "Country Girl"     4:05
    8. "Morning Dew" (Bonnie Dobson cover) Bonnie Dobson, Tim Rose 7:06
    9. "The King Is Dead"     4:47

    bonus tracks:
    10. "Friends" (b-side)   3:23
    11. "Dear John" (single edit)   2:42
    12. "Morning Dew" (alternate edited version) Bonnie Dobson 4:50
    13. "Friends" (alternate edit of b-side)   3:26
    14. "Morning Dew" (extended single version) Bonnie Dobson 8:07
    15. "Witchdoctor Woman" (previously unreleased version) Charlton, Dan McCafferty 4:31

    All lyrics written by Manny Charlton, Dan McCafferty, Pete Agnew, Darrell Sweet unless otherwise noted. 

    Dan McCafferty - lead vocals
    Darrell Sweet - drums, back vocals
    Pete Agnew - bass guitar, guitar, back vocals, lead vocals (4)
    Manny Charlton - guitar, back vocals
    Additional musicians:
    Dave Stewart - organ (5)
    Pete Wingfield - piano (2, 7)
    Pete York - congas, jawbone, tambourine (9)
    B.J. Cole - slide guitar (7)
    Colin Fretcher - string and bass arrangements (5, 9)

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    Mott The Hoople ~ 1972 ~ All the Young Dudesgenre: glam
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers) 
    time: 72:58 size: 507 mb

    Fifth studio album All the Young Dudes was a turning point for the then-struggling British band. Mott the Hoople were about to break up when David Bowie stepped in and gave them the song "All the Young Dudes". Bowie also produced the album, which took Mott "from potential has-beens to avatars of the glam rock movement". The title track, "All the Young Dudes", was released as a single prior to the album and charted worldwide, becoming the "ultimate '70s glitterkid anthem". "Sweet Jane", a cover of the Velvet Underground song from their 1970 album Loaded, was issued as a single in Canada, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and the United States, though not in their home market of the UK. 

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    the Motions ~ 1965 ~ Introduction To The Motionsgenre: beat
    state: netherlands
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers) 
    time: 75:12 size: 237 mb

    Scented Gardens of Mind:
    A beat-pop group mostly predating the era dealt with in this book. However, 3rd Lp Wonderful Impressions (1967) captured the flower power movement at full bloom with its combination of cosy pop songs ("You're My Adee") and cautious ventures into the world of psychedelia ("Make It Legal" and "Green Chewing-Gum Machine"). This isn't far behind The Kinks, Skip Bifferty and Kaleidoscope.

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    Moby Grape ~ 1969b ~ Truly Fine Citizengenre: rock
    state: us
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers) 
    time: 54:47 size: 336 mb

    Fourth studio album. After the departure of Bob Mosley, the remaining trio headed to Nashville where they cut this album in just three days with legendary Columbia Records producer Bob Johnston. This album fulfilled the band's contract with Columbia Records. At the time, the band was in the midst of legal disputes with their manager, Matthew Katz, with the result that certain songs written by band members were instead credited to their road manager, Tim Dell'Ara. In particular, songs written by Jerry Miller and Don Stevenson became Tim Dell'Ara songs, to counter Matthew Katz withholding royalties on previous recordings.
    Replacing Bob Mosley on bass was famed Nashville session musician Bob Moore, who had played bass on many Elvis Presley sessions and was one of the founders of Monument Records, for many years the recording home of Roy Orbison.
    After completing the album, the band went on hiatus until 1971 when they reunited with Skip Spence and Bob Mosley to record the reunion album, 20 Granite Creek.

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    McKenna Mendelson Mainline ~ 1971 ~ Canada, Our Home & Native Landgenre: rhythm and blues
    state: canada
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers) 
    time: 39:27 size: 242 mb

    01. Blind Girl 3:17
    02. Get Down To 3:35
    03. Pedalictus Rag 2:25
    04. One Time Loser 3:59
    05. You're My Heart's Desire (F. Sheppard) 2:29
    06. Motorcycle 4:44
    07. I Am Normal 2:45
    08. Brain Damage 4:04
    09. Honkis de Konkis 3:26
    10. Going To Toronto (Joe Mendelson/Michael McKenna) 8:02
    11. Nova Scotia Breakdown (Traditional – Arr: F. Sheppard) 0:40

    All tracks written by J. Mendelson except where noted.

    Mike McKenna – vocals, guitar
    Joe Mendelson – guitar, bass, harmonica, vocals
    Tony Nolasco – drums, vocals
    Zeke Sheppard – bass, mandolin, harmonica
    Adam Mitchell – producer

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    Jackie McAuley ~ 1971 ~ Jackie McAuley

    genre: folk
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers) 
    time: 46:59 size: 313 mb

    Van Morrison may have the most exalted career of any ex-member of Them, but Jackie McAuley is a close runner-up, at least in terms of longevity. Born in Northern Ireland in 1946 and the younger brother of Pat McAuley -- himself later a drummer -- Jackie McAuley grew up surrounded by traditional Irish music, and revealed a serious proficiency at the piano as a boy. He later showed a facility with numerous other instruments, including the guitar, and along with a broadening of his skills came a widening interest in music -- by the start of the 1960s, he was a serious fan of American-style R&B. He and his older brother (who became a drummer) headed for London, where the 17-year-old Jackie made the acquaintance of Gene Vincent, the American rock & roll legend, who was making most of his records in England by then. McAuley subsequently attributed his emergence as a songwriter to Vincent's influence. Both McAuley siblings passed through the lineup of the Irish-spawned R&B-based band Them, though Pat McAuley lasted longer in what was, at best, a highly fluid personnel situation. During the mid-'60s, following his exit from Them, the younger McAuley sibling worked on the folk circuit in Dublin, in the process crossing paths with the Dubliners, and joined with future Planxty member Paul Brady in a blues-based outfit called the Cult. Some time in 1966 or 1967, following the breakup of Them, Pat McAuley had grabbed the name for himself and organized a group that eventually got rechristened the Belfast Gypsies -- which included Jackie McAuley on lead vocals. They fell under the wing of producer Kim Fowley for a couple of failed singles and a posthumous album, somewhat confusingly titled Them Belfast Gypsies, recorded in Copenhagen and released by the Sonet label. Although it was hopelessly intertwined (and confused with) Them's history, the album was a killer showcase for McAuley, working in a multitude of blues and rock idioms, including a gloriously expressive rendition of "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue," that's worth tracking down, plus performances intersecting with the styles of Bo Diddley, Howlin' Wolf, et al.
    McAuley later teamed up with original Fairport Convention lead singer Judy Dyble and recorded for Pye Records as Trader Horne. They lasted into the early '70s before Dyble decided to give up music, and McAuley cut his first solo album, a self-titled release, for Pye in 1971. Alas, the album was still-born commercially, appearing at a time when Pye was losing ground as a major label.

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