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The Plastic Ono Band is a conceptual supergroup formed by John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1969 before the dissolution of the Beatles. Among the various other members of the band were Eric Clapton, two more Beatles (George Harrison and Ringo Starr), artist Klaus Voormann, future Yes drummer Alan White, members of Delaney and Bonnie, the Who's drummer Keith Moon, New York band Elephant's Memory, Billy Preston, Nicky Hopkins, Phil Spector, drummer Jim Keltner, and, in a 2009 revival, Sean Lennon. John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band is the debut solo album by English rock musician John Lennon. It was released in 1970 after Lennon issued three experimental albums with Yoko Ono and Live Peace In Toronto 1969, a live performance in Toronto credited to The Plastic Ono Band. The album was recorded simultaneously with Yoko Ono's debut avant garde solo album Yoko Ono/Plastic Ono Band at Ascot Sound Studios and Abbey Road Studios using the same musicians and production team, and featured nearly identical cover artwork. John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band is generally considered one of Lennon's finest solo albums and a landmark recording. Rolling Stone named it the twenty-second greatest album of all time.

01 - Mother
02 - Hold On
03 - I Found Out
04 - Working Class Hero
05 - Isolation
06 - Remember
07 - Love
08 - Well Well Well
09 - Look At Me
10 - God
11 - My Mummy's Dead
12 - Power To The People (Bonus Track)
13 - Do The Oz (Bonus Track)

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Category: The Beatles | Views: 959 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-31



21/2/70    Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, Germany. Two shows (the first was scheduled to start at 7pm), Tull's first in Germany. Both sold out in advance (8,000), but 2,000 more fans arrived without tickets, and rioted when unable to get in. £5000 worth of windows were broken, and 5 people hospitalised. Supported by Clouds.

01 - Nothing Is Easy
02 - Bourèe-Living In The Past
03 - A New Day Yesterday
04 - Play In Time
05 - Dharma For One
06 - We Used To Know
07 - Guitar Snippets-For A Thousand Mothers

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Category: Oldies | Views: 1180 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-31

Brian Auger & The Trinity with Julie Driscoll - 1968 - Open



Brian Auger and the Trinity were a British group led by the keyboardist Brian Auger. The album, 'Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity', Open, reached #12 in the UK Albums Chart in 1968.


01 - In And Out
02 - Isola Natale
03 - Black Cat
04 - Lament For Miss Baker
05 - Goodbye Jungle Telegraph
06 - Tramp
07 - Why (Am I Treated So Bad)
08 - A Kind Of Love In
09 - Break It Up
10 - Season Of The Witch

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Brian Auger & The Trinity with Julie Driscoll - 1968 - Jools and Brian



Brian Auger is a jazz and rock keyboardist, who has specialized in playing the Hammond organ. A jazz pianist, bandleader, session musician and Hammond B3 player, Auger has played or toured with artists such as Rod Stewart, Tony Williams, Jimi Hendrix, Sonny Boy Williamson, Led Zeppelin, Eric Burdon and others. He has incorporated jazz, early British pop, R&B, soul music and rock, and he has been nominated for a Grammy. Julie Driscoll is an English singer and actress, known for her 1960s versions of Bob Dylan's "This Wheel's on Fire", and Donovan's "Season of the Witch". She and Auger had previously worked in Steampacket, with Long John Baldry and Rod Stewart.

01 - I Know You Love Me Not
02 - Kiko
03 - I Didn't Want To Have To Do It
04 - Fool Killer
05 - Don't Do It No More
06 - Let's Do It Tonight
07 - Green Onions
08 - I Know You
09 - Tiger
10 - If You Should Ever Leave Me
11 - Oh, Baby Won't You Come Back Home To Croydon

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Brian Auger & The Trinity with Julie Driscoll - 1969 - Streetnoise



Streetnoise is a 1969 album by Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity, originally released as a double LP. It includes cover versions of The Doors’ "Light My Fire", Nina Simone’s "Take Me To The Water", Laura Nyro’s "Save The Country", Miles Davis' "All Blues", Richie Havens' "Indian Rope Man", and "Let The Sunshine In" from the musical Hair. Driscoll covers this wide range of musical influences easily and with her highly emotive and distinctive vocals, and with Auger's intense Hammond organ, the album is instrumentally interesting, too.

01 - Tropic Of Capricorn
02 - Czechoslovakia
03 - Take Me To The Water
04 - A Word About Colour
05 - Light My Fire
06 - Indian Rope Man
07 - When I Was Young
08 - Flesh Failures (Let The Sunshine In)
09 - Ellis Island
10 - In Search Of The Sun
11 - Finally Found You Out
12 - Looking In The Eye Of The World
13 - Vauxhall To Lambeth Bridge
14 - All Blues
15 - I've Got Life
16 - Save The Country

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Brian Auger & The Trinity - 1969 - Befour



Befour is the last album of Brian Auger & The Trinity. The band become Brian Auger's Oblivion Express in 1970

01 - I Wanna Take You Higher
02 - Pavane
03 - No Time to Live
04 - Maiden Voyage
05 - Listen Here
06 - Adagio Per Archi E Organo
07 - Just You, Just Me
08 - Rain Forest Talking [bonus]
09 - Pavane (Demo Version) [bonus]

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Category: Oldies | Views: 1529 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-31

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