Sep 28, 2013

Budgie - Heavier Than Air: Rarest Eggs (Live, 2 CD, 1998)


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Heavier than Air: Rarest Eggs is a double-disc set containing nothing but previously unreleased Budgie songs. There are both live recordings and studio outtakes on the collection, with the live cuts outnumbering the studio material by a wide margin. There's nothing particularly revelatory here, and it is certainly just for Budgie fanatics, but they'll likely be pleased by this well-assembled set.

CD 1:
BBC In Concert at the Paris Theatre, 19/10/1972
1. Rape Of The Locks
2. Rocking Man
3. Young Is A World
4. Hot As A Docker's Armpit
John Peel Show, 1/7/1972
5. Sky High Percentage
6. In The Grip Of A Tyrefitter's Hand
7. I Turned To Stone
Friday Rock Show, 18/12/1981
8. You're A Superstar
 
9. She Used Me Up
10. Hot As A Docker's Armpit
John Peel Show, 25/2/1972
11. The Author
12. Whiskey River
13. Nude Disintegrating Parachutist Woman

CD 2:
Recorded live at the Global Village, London, UK, 9/3/1974.
1. Breadfan
2. You're The Biggest Thing Since Powdered Milk
Recorded live in Los Angeles, USA, 3/7/1978.
3. Melt The Ice Away
4. In The Grip Of A Tyrefitter's Hand
5. Smile Boy Smile
6. In For The Kill / You're The Biggest Thing Since Powdered Milk
7. Love For You And Me
8. Parents
9. Who Do You Want For You're Love
10. Don't Dilute The Water
11. Breaking All The House Rules
12. Breadfan

Musicians:
Burke Shelley - bass, vocal
Tony Bourge - guitar
Ray Phillips - drums
Pete Boot - drums
Steve Williams - drums
John Thomas - guitar

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Sep 24, 2013

Re-upload by request: Patto - Sense Of The Absurd (1995)


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Review by Nightfly (progarchives.com):
Sense Of The Absurd, released in 1995 was the first time any Patto music had been made available on cd. The original albums having sold poorly were also hard to come by and pricey if you did manage to find one in decent condition. In these days of ebay their first two albums on vinyl regularly sell for £200 plus. Although the albums are now available individually Sense Of The Absurd gives the buyer an opportunity to get their eponymous debut and Hold Your Fire, presented here on two discs in the original running order with the addition of some welcome bonus tracks which are worthy of inclusion... Read more
Disc I
Patto (1970)
1. The Man
2. Hold Me Back
3. Time To Die
4. Red Glow
5. San Antone
6. Government Man
7. Money Bag
8. Sittin' Back Easy
Bonus track:
9. Hanging Rope

Disc II
Hold Your Fire (1971)
1. Hold Your Fire
2. You, You Point Your Finger
3. How's Your Father
4. See You At The Dance Tonight
5. Give It All Away
6. Air Raid Shelter
7. Tell Me Where You've Been
8. Magic Door
Bonus tracks:
9. Beat The Drum
10. Bad News
11. Air Raid Shelter


Line-up:
Mike "Ducks In Flight’ Patto - vocals
Clive Griffiths - bass
John "Admiral" Halsey - drums
Peter "Ollie" Halsall - guitar, keyboards, vocals

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Sep 23, 2013

Re-upload by request: Roger Daltrey - Rocks In The Head (1992)


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Tracklist:
1. Who's Gonna Walk On Water

2. Before My Time Is Up
3. Times Changed
4. You Can't Call It Love
5. Mirror Mirror
6. Perfect World
7. Love Is
8. Blues Man's Road
9. Everything A Heart Could Ever Want (Willow)
10. Days Of Light
11. Unforgettable Opera

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Sep 22, 2013

Bram Stoker - Schizo-Poltergeist (1972)

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Тracklist:
1. Born To Be Free
2. Ants
3. Fast Decay
4. Blitz
5. Idiot
6. Fingal's Cave

7. Extensive Corrosion
8. Poltergeist

Musicians:
Tony Bronsdon - Hammond organ
Pete Ballam - guitar, vocals
John Bavin - bass, vocals
Rob Haines - drums

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Re-upload by request: Roger Daltrey - Parting Should Be Painless (1984)


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Parting Should Be Painless is Roger Daltrey's fifth solo album released in 1984. The vinyl album was released on Atlantic 80128-1, USA, and reached #102 in the U.S. music charts. A single from the album "Walking In My Sleep" reached #56 in the U.S. singles charts
Tracklist:
1. Walking In My Sleep
2. Parting Should Be Painless

3. Is There Anybody Out There?
4. Would A Stranger Do?
5. Going Strong
6. Looking For You
7. Somebody Told Me
8. One Day
9. How Does The Cold Wind Cry
10. Don't Wait On The Stairs

Musicians:
Roger Daltrey - vocals, harmonica
Chris Spedding - guitar
Mickey Gallagher - keyboards
Alan Schwartzberg - drums
Norman Watt Roy - bass
Michael Brecker - tenor sax
Robert Medici - marimba
Mike Thorne - synthesizers
Dave Tofani - clarinet
Billy Nicholls - backing vocals

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Sep 21, 2013

Re-upload by request: Bram Stoker - Heavy Rock Spectacular (1972)


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Who were BRAM STOKER and the mysterious T. Brodson who composed all the tracks? This enigmatic 1972 release was recorded for Woolworths generic Windmill label and recorded presumably by session players to cash in on the early seventies success of bands like BLACK SABBATH, ATOMIC ROOSTER and BLACK WIDOW. The BRAM STOKER moniker evokes macabre gothic atmospheres, and so does their music with tracks like "Blitz" conjuring up a doom laden sound. The LP "Heavy Rock Spectacular" is a true lost pearl of original prog, dominated by moody Hammond organ that owes much to keith Emerson's influence. There are NICE overtones too with their own "Fingals Cave" whilst the sounds on "Poltergeist" seem to come straight from a gothic 'Hammer Horror'   (www.progarchives.com)
Tracklist:
1. Born To Be Free
2. Ants
3. Fast Decay
4. Blitz
5. Idiot
6. Fingals Cave
7. Extensive Corrosion
8. Poltergeist


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Sep 20, 2013

Sven Hammond Soul - The Apple Field (2011)

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Tracklist:
1. Get It On
2. Oh Woman
3. Push Push
4. El Mariachi
5. Love Drunk
6. Crumbs Off The Table
7. Let's Roll
8. Just Lovin' It
9. Last Time
10. River
11. Timmie's Blues
12. Smack My Bitch Up
13. The Apple Field

 

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Sep 19, 2013

Sven Hammond Soul - The Marmalade Sessions (2010)


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Tracklist:
 1. Svoogaloo
2. Spinning Out
3. Moet Jij Wete
4. Fatcakes
5. Looking Up Turning Round
6. Lust For Jive
7. Benny's Blues
8. Svub Dub
9. Crooked Shoe
10. Gotta Go
11. Miss Troglodite
12. Crooked Shoe Part II


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Sep 18, 2013

Re-upload by request: England - England (1976)


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England (Not the England who recorded "Garden Shed"), was an English progressive rock band band formed in 1971 by guitarist, Olly Alcock. Originally the band included drummer, Mike Kidson, who later became Genesis' road manager, and bassist John Waite, who released the big hit "Missing You" in 1984. Despite constant touring, the band never hit the big time. By 1973, Olly Alcock was the only remaining England member. In 1974, he recruited bassist, Ben Eggleston, drummer John Clark, and saxophonist, Paul Rossiter. The band continued gigging and touring, still without any noticeable success or a record deal. By 1975, drummer John Clark had left the band. By 1976, England had secured a small record deal. Drummer, Phil Cook joined the band, and Paul Rossiter became more of a background player. The late, great Alexis Korner thought highly of the band. The band's first s/t release posted here, sank without a trace. By 1978, England had split up. Olly Alcock formed The Olly Alcock Band. Ben Eggleston retired from the music scene, and Phil Cook seems to have disappeared! England was quite a good progressive blues rock band, often compared to bands like Nektar, and Wishbone Ash. On this s/t album, all the songs were played 'live' and only the vocals were added later. A decent prog/hard blues rock album with some above average songs, great raw guitar, and nice sax work. Vocals could be better, as they sound slightly "off key" at times. However, this was a privately issued album, with a very limited circulation. With more studio production, this could have been a far better album.
Tracklist:
1. The Osprey
2. Keswick Line
3. Out Of Town
4. Beauty & The Beast
5. Paradise Lost
6. How Does It Feel?
7. Nature Ruled
8. Fleece
9. Life And Soul


Band:
Olly Alcock - guitars, lead vocals
Ben Eggleston - bass, vocals
Phil Cook - drums
Paul Rossiter - tenor sax (4), soprano sax (7)


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Sep 17, 2013

Pink Floyd - Delicate Sound Of Thunder (2CD, 1988)


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CD 1:
1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond
2. Learning To Fly
3. Yet Another Movie
4. Round And Around
5. Sorrow
6. The Dogs Of War
7. On The Turning Away

CD 2:
1. One Of These Days
2. Time
3. Wish You Were Here
4. Us & Them
5. Money
6. Another Brick In The Wall (Part II)
7. Comfortably Numb
8. Run Like Hell


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Sep 10, 2013

Vida Rock Band - Ellopott remények (2008)

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1. Ellopott remények
2. Acélglória
3. Szabadság
4. Álom csupán
5. Nem kell
6. Hamis világ
7. Találj rám
8. Kéklő óceán
9. Álmok útján
10. Elmegyek
Bónusz:
11. Napvilág
12. Száz év

Vida Ferenc (Fefe) - basszusgitár, vokál
Kovács Ferenc (Fery) - gitár, vokál
Oszter Tihamér (Oszi) - ének
Csóka Csaba (Csabi) - dob, vokál
 Kovács Krisztián (Kitty) - billentyűs hangszerek, vokál


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Sep 8, 2013

Zoldar & Clark - Zoldar & Clark (1977, 2008)

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Тracklist:
1. Lunar Progressions
2. The Ghost Of Way

3. Roland Of Montevere
4. Touch The Sky
5. Father
6. Now Is The Time
7. The City
8. You
9. Somewhere Beyond The Sun
10. To Be Alive
11. The Dream

Musicians:
Jeff Batter - piano, synths, vocals
Jeff Cannata - drums, guitar, woodwind, lead vocals
James Christian - lead vocals, guitar
Robert Giannotti - flute, guitar, lead vocals
Michael Soldan - Mellotron, synths, lead vocals
Phil Stone - bass, flute, vocals
Scott Zito - lead guitar, vocals

All thanks to Marios

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Sep 7, 2013

Re-upload by request: Rococo - The Firestorm And Other Love Songs (1978)


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ROCOCO were one of the most exciting rock bands performing in London in the 70’s and were usually categorised-as everything had to be in those days-as a progressive rock group, a genre well represented on “The Firestorm And Other Love Songs”, the second album from Angel Air Records which was recorded in the period 1973 to 1978. Released a year after their debut album, the critically acclaimed “Run For The Wildfire” (SJPCD337), the second collection also features the band’s lighter side, further revealing the diversity and range of styles and the ability to switch from one to another with ease, that made it difficult for record labels to figure them out. The band, featuring Roy Shipston, Ian Raines, Rod Halling, Clive Edwards and John “Rhino” Edwards, had three singles released in that era but no LPs, although they recorded more than enough material for two albums. They had singles “Wildfire” and “Ultrastar” out on Decca’s “progressive” Deram label and “Follow That Car” on Mountain Records, but both declined to take up options because the follow-up “45s” the band presented were too much of a contrast to the original songs. Even before their second single release in 1976, Rococo were frequently referred to as “the best unsigned band in London”. Now, with today’s de-classifications and mish-mash of music styles, at least one record company understands what Rococo were about. Fans of rock and pop music that saw them then-and those who have heard the band since-always did.
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Тracklist:
1. Baby J
2. Rock-Ola
3. Red Hot Teens
4. Follow That Car
5. Hometown Girls: Downtown Pearls
6. Smack
7. Movie Star
8. Lucinda You’re A Sinner
9. The Firestorm And Aftermath
10. Ultrastar
11. Wildfire
12. Boy Racer
13. The Hollywood Brats

 

Line-up:
Roy Shipston - keyboards,vocals
Ian Raines - vocals
Rod Halling - guitars,vocals
Clive Edwards - drums, percussion
John "Rhino" Edwards - bass

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Sep 6, 2013

Re-upload by request: Blackfoot Sue - Nothing To Hide (1973)


EAC | FLAC TRACKS+CUE+LOG+Covers | 351 mb+3% recovery | Repertoire 1995


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Tracklist:
1. Messiah
2. Country Home
3. Cry
4. My Oh My
5. Now We're Three
6. The Spring Of '69
7. Glittery Obituary
8. On His Own
9. Too Soon
10. Gypsy Jam
Additional tracks:
11. Standing In The Road
12. Celestial Plain
13. Sing Don't Speak
14. 2 B Free
15. Summer (From The Season Suite)


Line-up:
Dave Farmer - drums
Tom Farmer - bass, keyboards, vocals
Eddie Golga - lead guitar, keyboards
Alan Jones - guitar, vocals

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Sep 5, 2013

Spirit - Model Shop (1968, 2005)

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Tracklist:
1. The Moving Van
2. Mellow Fellow
3. Now Or Anywhere

4. Fog
5. Green Gorilla
6. Model Shop I
7. Model Shop II (Clear)
8. The Rehearsal Theme
9. Song For Lola
10. Eventide
11. Coral
12. Aren't You Glad

Line-up:
Jay Ferguson - vocals, percussion
Randy California - guitars, vocals
John Locke - piano, keyboards
Ed Cassidy - drums, percussion
Mark Andes - bass, vocals

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Sep 3, 2013

Re-post: The Guess Who - Rockin' (1972) / Flavours (1975) [2 LP оn 1 CD]


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Rockin' (1972)
1. Heartbroker Bopper
2. Get Your Ribbons On
3. Smoke Big Factory
4. Arrividerci Girl
5. Guns, Guns, Guns
6. Running Bear
7. Back To The City
8. Your Nashville Sneaker
9. Herbert's A Loser
10. Hi Rockers - Sea Of Love/Heaven Only Moved Once Yesterday/Don't You Want Me

Line-up:
Burton Cummings - lead vocals, keyboards
Kurt Winter - guitars
Garry Peterson - drums
Greg Leskiw - guitars
Jim Kale - bass


Flavours (1975)
11. Dancin' Fool
 
12. Hoe Down Time
13. Nobody Knows His Name
14. Diggin' Yourself
15. Seems Like I Can't Live With You, But I Can't Live Without You
16. Dirty
17. Eye
18. Loves Me Like A Brother
19. Long Gone

Line-up:
Burton Cummings - lead vocals, keyboards
Garry Peterson - percussion & backing vocals
Domenic Troiano - guitars, mandolin & backing vocals
Bill Wallace - bass & background vocals

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Sep 2, 2013

Micah - I'm Only One Man (1971, 2013)

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Тracklist:
1. Part 1
He's A Dreamer
Look Around You
So You Can See
I'm Only One Man
2. Part 2
You Don't Really Care
Remembrance Of Things Past
Finale

Line-up:
Gus Hernandez - bass guitar
Martin Horne - lead guitar
Gary Ohlson - organ, vocals
Bob Rowe - lead vocal
George Wolff - percussion, vocals


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Sep 1, 2013

Re-upload by request: Roger Daltrey - Ride A Rock Horse (1975)


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Ride a Rock Horse is the second solo album by The Who's lead singer, Roger Daltrey

Tracklist:
1. Get Your Love
2. Hearts Right
3. Oceans Away
4. Proud
5. World Over
6. Near To Surrender
7. Feeling
8. Walking The Dog
9. Milk Train
10.  Born To Sing Your Song
Extra bonus tracks:
11. You Put Something Better Inside Of Me
12. Dear John
13. Oceans Away (Alternate version)

Musicians:
Roger Daltrey - vocals
Russ Ballard - guitar, keyboards
Clem Clempson - guitar
Dave Wintour - bass guitar
Stuart Francis, Henry Spinetti - drums
Paul Korda - piano and backing vocals


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The Who - Who Are You (1978, rem. 2011)

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Тracklist:
1. New Song
2. Had Enough
3. 905
4. Sister Disco
5. Music Must Change
6. Trick Of The Light
7. Guitar And Pen
8. Love Is Coming Down
9. Who Are You
Bonus tracks:
10. No Road Romance
11. Empty Glass
12. Guitar And Pen (Olympic 78 Mix)
13. Love Is Coming Down (Work-In-Progeress Mix)
14. Who Are You (Lost Verse Mix)


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