Oct 28, 2013

The Muffins - Chronometers (1993)

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Tracklist:
1. Chronometers
2. Come What Molten Cloud
3. Apparently
4. Courtesy Of Your Focal Interest Span
5. Please Do Not Open Dr. Fischer
6. The Manilla Robots
7. Joe Crop On A Toxic Planet
8. The Bush
9. Mammoth Hide
10. Creature Comforts
11. Like A Machine That Only Works When It’s Working Right
12. Look At The Size Of That Sponge
13. Early American Ears
14. Three Days That Won’t Soon Fade
15. You Eat Them Pears
16. Peacocks, Leopards, And Glass
17. Crezner OK
18. Blind Cave Tetra
19. Evening Hataiya
20. Six Thick Thistle Sticks
21. L

Musicians:
Tom Scott
flute, soprano & alto saxophones, Bb & alto clarinets, oboe, bells, xylophone, melodica, voice
Dave Newhouse
organ, electric piano, toy xylophone, percussion, voice
Billy Swann
bass, organ, percussion, voice
Mike Zentner
guitar, violin, harmonica, voice
Stuart Abramowitz
drums, voice


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Oct 25, 2013

Re-upload by request: Clout - 20 Greatest Hits (1992)


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Clout were originally a five-piece, South African million-selling all-girl rock group formed in 1977, best known for their song, "Substitute". More info
Tracklist:
1. Substitute
2. You've Got All Of Me
3. Save Me
4. Under Fire
5. Oowatanite
6. Portable Radio
7. The Best Of Me
8. Let It Grow
9. Since You've Been Gone
10. Wish I Were Loving You
11. Feel My Need
12. A Threat And A Promise
13. Hot Shot
14. Without Love
15. Oh How I Long To Be With You Again
16. Don't Stop
17. Tom-morrow
18. When Will You Be Mine
19. Gimme Love
20. Lovers On The Sidewalk

Line-up:
Cindy Alter - lead vocals, guitar (1977-1981)
Lee Tomlinsonn - bass, vocals (1977-1980)
Ingrid "Ingi" Herbst - drums, vocals (1977-1981)
Glenda Hyam - keyboards, vocals (1977)
Jenni Garson - guitar, vocals (1977-1981)
Ron "Bones" Brettell - keyboards, vocals (1978-1981)
Sandy Robbie - guitar, vocals (1978-1981)
Gary van Zyl - bass (1980-1981)


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Oct 24, 2013

Re-upload by request: Jericho - Jericho (1972, 2010)


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This Israeli band (with British vocalist/guitarist) started as The Churchills and released the mind-blowing, psychedelic 1968 LP and some fine singles. In 1971 they moved to England, changed their name to Jericho Jones and recorded guitar-dominated and truly great heavy rock LP Junkies, Monkeys & Donkeys. In 1972 they has shortened their name to Jericho and released fantastic, eponymous album - the real gem of the heavy progressive era! Two shorter songs and three extended tracks make up the album. It was high-octane rock with plenty of heavy rtffing and extended, driving guitar solos, screaming vocals & thunderous drumming, but also with numerous tempo changes and typical, progressive arrangements. Unfortunately, shordy after the last single (released in November 1972) the band split up.
Tracklist:
1. Ethiopia
2. Don't You Let Me Down
3. Featherbed

4. Justin And Nova
5. Kill Me With Your Love
Bonus tracks:
6. Mamma's Gonna Take You Home
7. So Come On

Line-up:
Danny Shoshan - lead singer
Haim Romano - lead guitar
Robb Huxley - guitar
Michael Gabrielle - bass
Ami Trierbach - drums

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Oct 21, 2013

Chango - Chango (1975)

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Тracklist:
1. Fire Over Water

2. Walk On Hell
3. Bollo
4. Caminando
5. Mira Pa 'Ca
6. Bembe
7. Solid Karma
8. Sacapa
9. Chango

Line-up:
Burlin Speakes - bass, guitar, vocals
George Tacktikes - guitar, vocals
Thomas Alletto - keyboards, vocals
Reinol Andino - percussion, vocals
Michael Britton - percussion
Pepe Gomez - drums, vocals


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Oct 20, 2013

Blood, Sweat & Tears - New City (1975)

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Tracklist:
1. Ride Captain Ride
2. Life
3. No Show
4. I Was A Witness To A War
5. One Room Country Shack
6. Applause
7. Yesterday's Music
8. Naked Man
9. Got To Get You Into My Life
10. Takin' It Home
Bonus tracks:
Recorded live, October 12, 1980 at the Street Scene (Downtown, LA)
11. Intro
12. Agitato

13. Nuclear Blues
14. Manic Depresion

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Oct 17, 2013

Various Artists - New Old Rhythm'n Blues (1998)


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1. Toscho - Spinning Wheel
(from 1996 album ''Serious Fun")
2. Pretty Things - Judgement Day
(from 1987 album ''Out Of The Island")
3. Stan Webb's Chicken Shack - Poor Boy
(from 1991 album ''Changes")
4. Osibisa - Life
(from 1997 album ''Movements")
5. Bireli Lagrene - PSP №2
(from 1986 album ''Special Guests")
6. Toscho - Route 66
(from 1996 album ''Serious Fun")
7. Stan Webb's Chicken Shack - For All Your Love
(from 1993 album ''Pluckin' Good")
8. John Handy & Lee Ritenour - Where Go The Boats
(from album ''Where Go The Boats")
9. Billy Cobham - Wrapped In A Cloud
(from 1981 album ''Stratus")
10. Stan Webb's Chicken Shack - Will You Dance With Me
(from 1991 album ''Changes")
11. Phillip Catherine - Nem Um Talves
(from 1986 album ''Transparence")
12. Toscho - Oh Lord
(from 1996 album ''Serious Fun")
13. Stan Webb's Chicken Shack - If Only
(from 1993 album ''Pluckin' Good")
14. Spencer Davis & Band - On The Green Line
(from 1985 album ''24 Hours")
15. Jon Lord - Wind In The Windows / Main Theme
(from 1992 album ''The Rock Concert")


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Oct 15, 2013

Re-post: Onesko Bogert Ceo Project - Big Electric Cream Jam (2009)


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Awesome beyond belief "Tribute" to CREAM featuring MIKE ONESKO (Blindside Blues Band) on guitar & vocals with bass guitar legend TIM BOGERT (Vanilla Fudge / Cactus / BBA) on low-end bottom kool and EMERY CEO (Blindside Blues Band) on drums. This amazing set was captured LIVE without a net featuring 10 outstanding, killer "Big Electric Cream Jams" (68 minutes) that will trip your brain and rock your retro-70s bluesy heavy guitar power trio jam: house down to the ground!
Tracklist:
1. Crossroads
2. Politician
3. Sitting On Top Of The World
4. Outside Woman Blues
 
5. Tales Of Brave Ulysses
6. I'm So Glad
7. Spoonfull
8. Toad
9. We're Going Wrong
10. Sunshine Of Your Love
Sweet Wine (Hidden bonus jam)

Line-up:
                                Mike Onesko (Blindside Blues Band) - guitar & vocals
                                Tim Bogert (Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, BBA) - bass
                                Emery Ceo (Blindside Blues Band) - drums & background vocals
                                Chris Boras - bass on "Sweet Wine" (Hidden bonus jam)

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Oct 9, 2013

West, Bruce & Laing - Whatever Turns You On (1973)


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Tracklist:
1. Backfire
2. Token

3. Shifting Sand
4. November Song
5. Rock 'N' Roll Machine
6. Scotch Crotch
7. Slow Blues
8. Dirty Shoes
9. Lke A Plate

Personnel:
Leslie West - vocals, guitar
Jack Bruce - vocals, harmonica, synthesizer, bass
Corky Laing - drums

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Oct 6, 2013

Re-upload by request: Omega - Az Arc [X] (1981)


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Formed in Budapest in September, 1962 by the winds player László Benkő on organ and János Kóbor as a singer and rhythm guitarist, they initially performed covers of British and American rock songs, frequently changing the lineup of members. In 1967 Tamás Mihály came on bass, Gábor Presser joined on keyboards and began writing original music for the band (in 1968 György Molnár became a lead guitarist), contributing to the release of three LPs before leaving the band with József Laux, a drummer from 1962, to form Locomotiv GT in spring 1971. These first albums were heavily influenced by the music of The Beatles and psychedelic rock, but they also looked forward to the band's future more hard rock, then progressive and space-rock styles. After Presser and Laux's departure, the band found a new drummer (Ferenc Debreceni (later as Debreczeni) came from group Neoton) and appointed Benkő as the main keyboardsman, in August 1971 creating the current lineup, which has remained the same for over 30 years... Read more...

1. Életfogytig rock and roll
2. Kemény játék
3. Az arc
4. A nagy folyó
5. Nasca
6. A fényképésznél
7. A holló
8. A fehér holló
9. Az üzenet
10. Tizenhat évesen
11. A mixer
12. A látogató
Bonusz:
13. Machines
14. So Long


 Kóbor János "Mecky" - ének
Mihály Tamás "Misi" - bass, gitár, ènek
Debreceni Ferenc "Ciki" - dob
Molnár György "Elefánt" - gitár
Benkö László "Laci" -  billentyűs hangszerek, ének

 

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Oct 5, 2013

Re-post: Titanic - Sea Wolf (1971)

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 Tracklist:
1. Sea Wolf
2. Underbird
3. Confusion
4. Sultana
 
5. Hanging Over
6. Covered In Dust
7. Stones Throw
8. Scarlet
9. Exiled
Bonus track:
10. Sing Fool Sing

Line-up:
Kenny Aas - organ, bass guitar
Kjell Asperud - percussion, vocals
John Lorck - drums
Janne Loseth - guitar, vocals
Roy Robinson - vocals

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Oct 2, 2013

Re-upload by request: MHV - Bölcsőtől a sírig (1995)


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Made in HUNGARY

1.  Aki él, most mind az újra vár
2.  Szegény Magyarország

3.  Forog a kerék
4.  Hol van a boldogság?
5.  Üzenet a távolból
6.  Csak az első jut tovább
7.  Feldúlt égen a szivárvány
8.  Messze visz a zene
9.  Fogd a kezem
10.  Ki érted gyújt majd gyertyát
11.  Bölcsőtől a sírig

Menyhárt János (Ferm, Korál, V'moto-rock) - gitár, vokál
Homonyik Sándor (East) - ének, vokál
Vikidál Gyula (P. Mobil, Dinamit, P. Box) - ének, vokál
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Závodi Gábor - billentyűk, vokál (Roland)
Szentmihályi Gábor - dob
Zselencz László - basszusgitár (1, 3, 6, 8)

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