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Live FM performances bootleg. Syd Barrett - vocals, guitar, Roger Waters – bass guitar, vocals, Richard Wright – farfisa and hammond organs, piano, vocals and Nick Mason – drums, percussion.

Paris Theatre, London, UK 16th July 1970

1.Embryo
2.Green Is The Colour
3.Careful With That Axe Eugene
4.If
5.Atom Heart Mother (Orchestra Versions)

Piper Club, Rome, Italy - First European International Pop Festival 6 Th May 1968

6.Astronomy Domine
7.Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
8.Interstellar Overdrive

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The Poppy Family was a late 1960s and early 1970s Canadian pop music group, based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Singer/songwriter Terry Jacks met eighteen year old Susan Pesklevits  in the late 1960s, and together they formed a band called "The Powerline", which was soon renamed "Winkin' Blinkin' & Nob". At Pesklevits' insistence, the name was eventually changed to "The Poppy Family". The name was chosen when Terry Jacks picked the word Poppy at random from a dictionary. The two were married at approximately the same time that The Poppy Family recorded their first album, and Pesklevits was henceforth known as Susan Jacks. Which Way You Goin' Billy?, released in 1969, was the first album The Poppy Family. They scored their biggest hit with title track "Which Way You Goin' Billy?". The album has yet to be released on modern formats and remains a rare vinyl. The Poppy Family disbanded in 1973.

01 - That's Where I Went Wrong
02 - Free From The City
03 - Beyond The Clouds
04 - A Good Thing Lost
05 - You Took My Moonlight Away
06 - There's No Blood In Bone
07 - Happy Island
08 - Which Way You Goin' Billy
09 - Shadows On My Wall
10 - What Can The Matter Be
11 - For Running Wild
12 - Of Cities And Escapes

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Babe Ruth are a rock music group, primarily active through the 1970s, from Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England. Their characteristically 'heavy' sound is marked by powerful vocals from Janita Haan and full arrangements by Alan Shacklock. They are acknowledged as having more commercial success in North America than in their home country. When the group was first formed in 1971, they were called Shacklock after their guitarist Alan Shacklock. Members included Janita Haan and Dave Hewitt, with Dave Punshon and Dick Powell later joining. The first release was their single "Elusive"; their first album, First Base, went gold in Canada, sold well in the US, but had disappointing sales by comparison in the UK. The song "The Mexican" has been covered and mixed many times. Among them, it was covered in 1984 by John "Jellybean" Benitez with vocals by the original singer, Janita Haan. "The Mexican" was mixed into the third track of The Dirtchamber Sessions Volume One by Liam Howlett of The Prodigy in 1999. The sleeve design, painting and photography were by Roger Dean. Engineered by Tony Clark and Kete Go at EMI Studios, Abbey Road between June and September 1972.

01 - Wells Fargo
02 - Runaways
03 - King Kong
04 - Black Dog
05 - Mexican
06 - Joker

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The Third Eye was a Heavy prog-psych group from South Africa. Ron Selby, who played lead guitar in South Africa’s premier heavy-prog band the Third Eye, recruited his kid sister to play organ in the band. And with then-14-year-old Dawn Selby at the keys, the Third Eye released a trio of psychedelic nuggets in 1969-70 that could have been stiff competition for the likes of such similar-sounding acts as Chicago Transit Authority, Alice Cooper, and the Electric Flag had the US and Europe not banned groups from South Africa on account of the growing Apartheid movement there. The scarcity of original copies of these albums, recorded and released on Polydor, make 1969’s Awakening… and its follow-up Searching and 1970’s Brother worth quite a small fortune on the collector’s market.

01 - A Sad Tail
02 - Selby's Hospitality
03 - Retain Your Half Ticket
04 - Stagemakers
05 - Awakening
06 - I Can't Believe It

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Orang Utan, previously known as Hunter, was a British heavy psych blues rock band from London. Terry "Nobby" Clark (vocals), Mick Clarke (guitar), Sid Fairman (guitar), Paul Roberts (bass) and Jeff Seopardie (drums)."Great one off album from this early 70's UK five piece. Hard Rock with a blues background by the sound of things, great guitar and vocals. This one should appeal to fans of Leafhound, Led Zeppelin, Free etc. Only released in West Germany at the time, their self-titled 1970 album has come to the attention of a wider audience since its cd rerelease on Lizard Records in the late 1990s. Give this one a shot, there's at least one classic track on here, (opener, "I Can See Inside Your Head"), but the rest of the material is of a very high standard too. Vocals are in the Pete French/Paul Rogers style, the feller has a great set of pipes. Just a pity they didn't record more than this one album. As a legacy, it's slim, but groaning with quality.”

01 - I Can See Inside Your Head
02 - Slipping Away
03 - Love Queen
04 - Chocolate Piano
05 - If You Leave
06 - Fly Me High
07 - Country Hike
08 - Magic Playground

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Southern Comfort blues-rock band is composed of Mike Bloomfield and Nick Gravenites related sessionmen. The band consisted of Bob Jones (drums-vocals), John Wilmeth (trumpet-fluegel horn), Steve Funk (organ-piano), Art Stavro (bass), Rev. Ron Stallings (tenor sax-vocals), and Fred Olson (guitar). The band was also joined by John Kahn (piano), Charley Schoning (piano), and Gerald Oshita (flute-baritone sax). "There are different bands with the name Southern Comfort. They got a very west-coasty blues rock sound kinda like Pacific Gas & Electric."(RT66)

01 - Wild Western Cheetah
02 - Talking 'bout My Babe
03 - Mountain Girl
04 - Ride On Mary
05 - All Day Long
06 - Love Got Me
07 - Come On And Sit Down Beside Me
08 - Get Back
09 - Who Knows
10 - Just Like A Friend

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