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All of the Non-album B-sides, 1963-97, remastered.

01 - I Want To Be Loved
02 - Stoned
03 - Good Bad Times
04 - Bad Day
05 - Long While
06 - Who's Driving Plane
07 - Child Of Moon
08 - Let It Rock
09 - Thru Lonely Nights
10 - Every Thing Sturning Gold
11 - Harder They Come
12 - Think Going Mad
13 - Fancy Man Blues
14 - Cook Blues
15 - I Wish Never Met You
16 - Storm
17 - Jump On Top
18 - So Young
19 - Gonna Drive
20 - Any Way You Look At It
21 - Everybody Knows Good Thing
22 - Key To Highway

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Category: The Rolling Stones | Views: 909 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-24



Aardvark made one album only, then totally vanished from the scene. However, it was a very good album with lots of heavy prog workouts that should appeal to all fans of early prog acts like The Nice, Spooky Tooth, Deep Purple, Quatermass and Egg. "A very strong album, and whilst not terribly innovative, is still hugely enjoyable in many respects." Frank Clark - percussion, David Skillin - vocals, Steve Milliner - organ, piano, celeste, vibes, marimba & recorders and Stan Aldous - bass

01 - Copper Sunset
02 - Very Nice Of You To Call
03 - Many Things To Do
04 - The Greencap
05 - I Can't Stop
06 - The Outing-Yes
07 - Once Upon A Hill
08 - Put That In Your Pipe And Smoke It

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Category: Oldies | Views: 726 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-24



Heavily influenced by San Francisco bands (Big Brother and Jefferson Airplane quickly come to mind), the Santa Rosa, California-based A Euphonious Wail was roughly five years behind creative and popular tastes. Not that it stopped a struggling Kapp Records from signing the quintet. Built around the talents of drummer Doug Hoffman, keyboardist Bart Libby, singer Suzanne Rey, singer/guitarist Steve Tracy and bassist Gary Violetti.

01 - Pony
02 - We've Got The Chance
03 - Did You Ever
04 - When I Start To Live
05 - F#
06 - Chicken
07 - Night Out
08 - Love My Brother
09 - I Want To Be A Star

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Category: Oldies | Views: 795 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-24



Thorinshield is sometimes labeled a U.S. folk-psych trio or a sunshine pop band by collectors, but though they share some traits with Californian sunshine pop artists, they had a more straightforward, less lightweight rock flavor than many acts given that label. On their sole, obscure, self-titled album (from 1968), the influences of the melodic rock and vocal harmonies of the 1966-1967 Beatles are evident, as are some of the ornate orchestration, production trickery, and trippily optimistic-romantic lyrics that were becoming in vogue throughout much pop music by the late '60s.(AMG) Bass - Bob Ray, drums - Terry Hand and guitar - James Smith

01 - Life Is A Dream
02 - Brave New World
03 - Wrong My Friend
04 - Here Today
05 - Pleasure Time
06 - The Best Of It
07 - Daydreaming
08 - Light That Love Brings
09 - Prelude To A Postlude
10 - One Girl
11 - Collage Of Attitudes

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Category: Oldies | Views: 731 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-24



From Grand Rapids, Michigan, the Fredric issued a rare, limited-run album in the late '60s, Phases and Faces, that's highly valued in some collector quarters. It would be ultimately inaccurate to call this garage psychedelia; it's too clean-cut and poppy, with conscientious harmonies, guitar-organ interplay, and light lovelorn lyrics. They were a very young group, and it shows in the callow songwriting, despite the well-executed arrangements. The single "Red Pier" made some modest local noise, and by 1970 they were signed to Capitol, who changed their name to the Rock Garden. They disbanded shortly after beginning their relationship with Capitol; drummer-vocalist David Idema eventually had a hit as David Geddes, "Run Joey Run." (AMG).

01 - Federal Reserve Bank Blues
02 - The Girl I Love
03 - All About Judi
04 - Henry Adams
05 - Morning Sunshine
06 - Taggin'
07 - Cousin Mary Knows
08 - My Yellow Tree Red Piper
09 - Red Pier
10 - Old Fashioned Guy
11 - Born In Fire
12 - Saturday Morning With Rain

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Category: Oldies | Views: 935 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-24



These Trails was an Honolulu, Hawaii group that was privately pressed on Sinergia Records
in 1973. Members were Patrick Cockett (vocals, slide guitar, tabla), Eric Kingsbury (guitar), Margaret Morgan (vocals, guitar, dulcimer), Carlos Pardeiro (vocals, guitar, sitar), Dave Choy (arp synthesizer, recorder, arrangements and final mix) and Ron Rosha (ipu). Their eponymous album is an album that skillfully combines a keen sense of melody with otherworldly vocals from the enigmatic late Margaret Morgan and innovative sonic experimentation that over 30 years later has stood the test of time. What's more the band furnished each of its tracks with the colours, scents and atmospheres of the botanical treasure of the volcanic Pacific island paradise that birthed them. (PRBlog)


01 - These Trails
02 - Our House In Hanalei
03 - Of Broken Links
04 - El Rey Pascador
05 - Psyche I & Share Your Water
06 - Hello Lou
07 - Rusty's House & Lost In Space
08 - Psyche I I
09 - Sowed A Seed
10 - Rapt Attention
11 - Waipoo
12 - Garden Botanum

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Category: Oldies | Views: 823 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-24

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