Ashton, Gardner and Dyke were a power rock trio, most popular in the early 1970s. They are best remembered for their song, "Resurrection Shuffle", a transatlantic Top 40 success in 1971. However, this success finally left them known as one-hit wonders. 01 - Rolling Home 02 - Why Did You Go 03 - The Falling Song 04 - Young Man 05 - Billy And His Piano Without 06 - Maiden Voyage 07 - New York Mining Disaster 08 - Picture Sliding Down The Wall 09 - Billy And His Piano With 10 - Vaggsang 11 - As It Was In The First Place 12 - Maiden Voyage, Long Version 13 - See The Sun In My Eyes 14 - Resurrection Shuffle 15 - Can You Get It LINK
Delivery was a British blues/progressive rock musical group, formed in the late 1960s. The band was one of the wellsprings of the progressive rock Canterbury scene. Founded in 1966 as Bruno's Blues Band by guitarist Phil Miller, his elder brother, pianist Steve Miller, drummer Pip Pyle and bassist Jack Monck, the band gigged around London for a few years. In 1968, saxophonist Lol Coxhill joined them, and the band's name was changed to Steve Miller's Delivery. In 1969, the band teamed up with blues singer Carol Grimes and bassist Roy Babbington replaced Monck. The resulting line-up recorded and released one album: Fools Meeting. Although Grimes wanted to appear as a band member, the record company released the album under "Carol Grimes and Delivery". In 1971, Pyle left the band to join Gong and was replaced by Laurie Allan (who also later joined Gong). Soon after that, the band broke up.
01 - Blind To Your Light 02 - Miserable Man 03 - Home Made Ruin 04 - Is It Really The Same 05 - We Were Satisfied 06 - The Wrong Time 07 - Fighting It Out 08 - Fools Meeting
Egg were an English progressive rock band formed in January 1969. The founding members of the group were Dave Stewart who played organ (not to be confused with guitarist David A. Stewart of Eurythmics), Mont Campbell on bass and vocals and drummer Clive Brooks. The band emerged from an earlier quartet formed whilst at City of London School called Uriel with guitarist Steve Hillage. After Hillage left the band in August 1968, the other three continued as a trio. Having signed a deal with the Middle Earth club's management branch, they were advised to change their name to Egg, allegedly because Uriel "sounded too much like 'urinal'". In mid 1969 the band signed a deal with Decca's 'progressive' sublabel Deram and released their debut album in March 1970 on their short-lived Nova series. 01 - Bulb 02 - While growing my hair 03 - I will be absorbed 04 - Fugue in d minor 05 - They laughed when i sat down a 06 - The song of McGillicudie the pusillanimous 07 - Boilk 08 - Symphony2-a 09 - Symphony2-b 10 - Symphony2-c 11 - [bonus] Seven is a jolly good 12 - [bonus] You are all princes LINK
Brave Belt was a Canadian rock band from Winnipeg, Manitoba originally consisting of Randy Bachman (guitar/vocals), his former The Guess Who bandmate, Chad Allan (lead vocals/keyboards), and Randy's brother Robbie (drums). Randy also provided bass tracks for the recording of the band's first album, Brave Belt I. But C.F. "Fred" Turner was added shortly after as bassist for the supporting concerts.The band made the Canadian Top 40 with the minor hit "Crazy Arms, Crazy Eyes," which peaked at #35 in November 1971. However, they missed the U.S. charts completely.
01 - Crazy Arms, Crazy Eyes 02 - Lifetime 03 - Waitin' There For Me 04 - I Am The Man 05 - French Kiss 06 - It's Over 07 - Rock And Roll Band 08 - Wandering Fantasy Girl 09 - I Wouldn't Trade My Guitar For A Woman 10 - Holy Train 11 - Anyday Means Tomorrow 12 - Scarecrow
Brave Belt - 1971 - Brave Belt II
When Chad Allan left the band in 1971, Turner became the lead vocalist for the Brave Belt II album. During the supporting concerts for Brave Belt II, Tim Bachman was added as a second guitarist. After this lineup (C.F. Turner with Randy, Tim and Robbie Bachman) had shopped around the demo that was supposed to be a Brave Belt III album, new management convinced them to change their name. They eventually settled on Bachman-Turner Overdrive.
01 - Too Far Away 02 - Dunrobin's Gone 03 - Can You Feel It 04 - Put It In A Song 05 - Summer Soldier 06 - Goodbye, Soul Shy 07 - Never Comin' Home 08 - Be A Good Man 09 - Long Way 'round 10 - Another Way Out 11 - Waterloo Country 12 - Hands And Faces (Bonus) 13 - Shakin' All Over (Bonus)
Blue Öyster Cult is an American rock band formed in New York in 1967 and still active in 2010. The group is especially well known for songs including "(Don't Fear) The Reaper", "Astronomy", "Godzilla", "Burnin' for You" and "Cities on Flame with Rock and Roll." They have sold over 14 million albums worldwide, including 7 million in the US alone. BOC were also ranked #55 on VH1's The 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock. Blue Öyster Cult is the debut album by Blue Öyster Cult, released in 1972. The album featured songs such as "Cities on Flame with Rock and Roll," "Stairway to the Stars," and "Then Came the Last Days of May." The album sold well upon its release. Blue Öyster Cult toured with artists such as the Byrds, Alice Cooper and the Mahavishnu Orchestra to support the album.
01 - Transmaniacon MC 02 - I'm On The Lamb But I Ain't No Sheep 03 - Then Came The Last Days Of May 04 - Stairway To The Stars 05 - Before The Kiss, A Redcap 06 - Screams 07 - She's As Beautiful As A Foot 08 - Cities On Flame With Rock And Roll 09 - Workshop Of The Telescopes 10 - Redeemed 11 - Donovan's Monkey (Demo) 12 - What Is Quicksand (Demo) 13 - A Fact About Sneakers (Demo) 14 - Betty Lou's Got A New Pair of Shoes (Demo)
The Bay City Rollers were a Scottish pop band of the 1970s. Their youthful, clean-cut image, distinctive styling featuring tartan-trimmed outfits, and cheery, sing-along pop hits helped the group become among the most popular musical acts of their time. For a relatively brief but fervent period (nicknamed "Rollermania"), they were worldwide teen idols. Rollin', released in 1974, was the first full-length album of the band. The album included three British chart hits ("Remember", "Shang-a-Lang", "Summerlove Sensation") and the debut of "Saturday Night", never a British hit yet a #1 smash in America. 01 - Shang-A-Lang 02 - Give It To Me Now 03 - Angel Angel 04 - Be My Baby 05 - Just A Little Love 06 - Remember (Sha La La La) 07 - Saturday Night 08 - Ain't It Strange 09 - Please Stay 10 - Jenny Gotta Dance 11 - There Goes My Baby 12 - Summer Love Sensation LINK