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The Beatles  -  Artifacts 3  Vol 1 - Not Fade Away (1969-1971)



01 - Cold Turkey (Demo)
02 - Give Peace A Chance (Demo)
03 - Only You Know And I Know
04 - Instant Karma! (Live At Bbc)
05 - Sentimental Journey  (Promo Film)
06 - Everytime Somebody Comes To Town
07 - I'd Have You Anytime
08 - If Not For You
09 - God (Demo)
10 - Well, Well, Well (Demo)
11 - My Mummy's Dead (Demo)
12 - Happy Birthday John
13 - I'm The Greatest (Demo)
14 - Oh Woman Oh Why (Promo Single)
15 - God Save Oz (Demo)
16 - Imagine (Early Take)
17 - I Don't Want To Be A Soldier (Early Take)
18 - How Do You Sleep (Early Take)
19 - Interview - Rehearsal (Summer 1971)
20 - Tragedy (Unreleased)
21 - Rave On - Not Fade Away
22 - John's 31St Birthday ('yellow Submarine')
23 - Happy Xmas (Alt Mix)
24 - The Luck Of The Irish (Alt Mix)
25 - Two Faced Man
26 - Attica State (Live)

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The Beatles  -  Artifacts 3  Vol 2 - Sue Me Sue You  (1972-1975)



01 - Johnny B Goode
02 - Don't Be Cruel - Hound Dog
03 - 1882
04 - Mother
05 - Sue Me Sue You Blues
06 - Miss O'dell
07 - Maybe I'm Amazed
08 - Six O'clock
09 - Make Love Not War (A.K.A. Mind Games)
10 - Lucille
11 - Venus And Mars
12 - Hey Diddle
13 - Only You (Demo For Ringo)
14 - Move Over Ms. L
15 - One Hand Clapping
16 - I Lost My Little Girl
17 - Dark Horse
18 - I Saw Her Standing There (Rehersal)
19 - My Carnival (A.K.A. New Orleans)
20 - No No Song
21 - Hi Hi Hi (Live)
22 - The Pirate Song

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The Beatles  -  Artifacts 3  Vol 3 - As Time Goes By (1976-1980)



01 - As Time Goes By
02 - Mucho Mongo
03 - I'm Gonna Love You Too
04 - I'm Gonna Love You Too
05 - Rock Island Line
06 - Bye Bye Love
07 - Boil Crisis
08 - I Love My Suit
09 - Simple Life
10 - Scouse The Mouse
11-  You're
12 - Spin It On
13 - Old Siam Sir
14 - Robbers Ball
15 - News Of The Day
16 - Flying Hour
17 - Mr H Atom
18 - Summers Day Song
19 - Tears Of The World
20 - Flying Horses
21 - We All Stand Together
22 - My Life
23 - With A Little Help From My Friends
24 - Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)
25 - Watching The Wheels
26 - I'm Losing You
27 - Serve Yourself
28 - Dear John

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The Beatles  -  Artifacts 3  Vol 4 - Free As A Bird (1981-1994)



01 - My Old Friend
02 - For No One
03 - Twice In A Lifetime
04 - On The Wings Of A Nightingale
05 - Abandoned Love
06 - Yvonne
07 - Hanglide
08 - Nonsense
09 - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
10 - Honey Don't
11 - Love Is Strange
12 - Hottest Going In Town
13 - Peggy Sue
14 - Cut Accross Shorty
15 - Every Grain Of Sand
16 - End Of The Line
17 - Put It There
18 - Get Back
19 - I Call Your Name
20 - Lennon Medley
21 - Maxine
22 - Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
23 - Payment
24 - Ride Rajbun
25 - Free As Bird

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Category: The Beatles | Views: 1199 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-09



"The Trident acetates and assorted gems and stems from another era". Home recordings and demos at RCA Studios, Olimpic Studios, Elektra Studios and Regents Sound Studios, some with friends like Phil Spector, Gene Pitney, Graham Nash and Eric Clapton

01 - Andrew's Blues
02 - As Time Goes By
03 - Jumping Jack Flash
04 - Family
05 - You Got The Silver
06 - Stuck Out All Alone
07 - Still A Fool
08 - Parachute Woman
09 - You Can't Always Get What You Want
10 - Jiving Sister Fanny
11 - Going Down
12 - I Don't Know Why
13 - Brown Sugar
14 - Travellin' Man
15 - All Down The Line
16 - Blood Red Wine
17 - Cocksucker Blues

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Category: The Rolling Stones | Views: 1071 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-09



The Bee Gees are a musical group that was originally made up of a singing trio of brothers — Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb. The trio were successful for most of their forty years of recording music, but they had two distinct periods of exceptional success: as a harmonic "soft rock" act in the late 1960s and early 1970s, and as the foremost stars of the disco music era in the late 1970s. Collection, is an european Big Hits release of 1970.

01 - Holiday
02 - Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You
03 - New York Mining Disaster 1941
04 - To Love Somebody
05 - I Close My Eyes
06 - I Can't See Nobody
07 - World
08 - And The Sun Will Shine
09 - Massachusetts
10 - Let There Be Love
11 - I've gotta get a message to you
12 - I Started a Joke
13 - Melody Fair
14 - First of May
15 - I.O.I.O
16 - Don't Forget to Remember
17 - Man For All Seasons
18 - Lonely Days

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Category: The Bee Gees | Views: 3227 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-09



The Grass Roots are a U.S. rock band that charted between 1966 and 1975 as the brainchild of songwriting duo P. F. Sloan and Steve Barri. In their career, The Grass Roots achieved one platinum album, two gold albums, one gold single and charted singles a total of 21 times. Between 1967 and 1972, The Grass Roots set a record for being on the Billboard charts for 307 straight weeks. They have sold over thirty million records worldwide. Early member Rob Grill and a newer lineup of The Grass Roots continue to play many live shows each year. The band released a new live album chronicling their fourteen Top 40 Billboard hits titled Live Gold in 2008. Let's Live for Today is the second studio album by The Grass Roots. Released in 1967, it features their first top-ten hit by the same name, "Let's Live for Today".

01 - Things I Should Have Said
02 - Wake Up, Wake Up
03 - Tip Of My Tongue
04 - Is It Any Wonder
05 - Let's Live For Today
06 - Beatin' Round The Bush
07 - Out Of Touch
08 - Won't You See Me
09 - Where Where You When I Needed You
10 - No Exit
11 - This Precious Time
12 - House Of Stone

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Category: Oldies | Views: 1092 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-09



Al Stewart is a Scottish singer-songwriter and folk-rock musician. Stewart came to stardom as part of the British folk revival in the '60s and '70s, and developed his own unique style of combining folk-rock songs with delicately woven tales of the great characters and events from history. He is best known for his hit 1976 single "Year of the Cat" from the platinum album Year of the Cat. Though Year of the Cat and its 1978 platinum follow-up Time Passages brought Stewart his biggest worldwide commercial successes, earlier albums such as Past, Present and Future from 1973 are often seen as better examples of his intimate brand of historical folk-rock - a style to which he has returned in recent albums. Modern Times is Al Stewart's sixth album, released in 1975. The blonde woman on the album cover is Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour's first wife, Ginger. The Cord automobile Stewart is sitting in belonged to Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page.

01 - Carol
02 - Sirens Of Titan
03 - What's Going On
04 - Not The One
05 - Next Time
06 - Apple Cider Re-Constitution
07 - The Dark And The Rolling Sea
08 - Modern Times

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Category: Oldies | Views: 779 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-09



Kooper and Bloomfield had previously worked together on the sessions for the ground-breaking classic Highway 61 Revisited by Bob Dylan, as well as playing in support of his controversial appearance at the Newport Folk Festival in July of 1965. Kooper had recently left Blood, Sweat & Tears after recording their debut album with them, and was now working as an A&R man for Columbia. Bloomfield was about to leave Electric Flag, and at relative loose ends. Kooper telephoned Bloomfield to see if he was free to come down to the studio and jam; Bloomfield agreed, leaving Kooper to handle the arrangements. Kooper booked two days of studio time in May of 1968, and recruited keyboardist Barry Goldberg and bassist Harvey Brooks, both members of the Electric Flag, along with well-known session drummer "Fast" Eddie Hoh. On the first day, the quintet recorded a group of mostly blues-based instrumental tracks, including a modal excursion "His Holy Modal Majesty" reminiscent of "East-West" from the second Butterfield Blues Band album. On the second day, with the tapes ready to roll, Bloomfield did not show up. Needing to have something to show for the second day of sessions, to sit in for Bloomfield Kooper hastily called upon Stephen Stills, also in the process of leaving his band Buffalo Springfield. Regrouping behind Stills, Kooper's session men cut mostly vocal tracks, including "It Takes A Lot to Laugh, It Takes A Train to Cry" from Highway 61 and a lengthy take of "Season of the Witch" by Donovan. Some overdubbed horns were later added while the album was being mixed, and sales worth a gold record award were garnered from an album which cost just $13,000 to make. The success of this record opened the door for the "supergroup" concept of the late 1960s and 1970s.

01- Albert's Shuffle
02- Stop
03- Man's Temptation
04- His Holy Modal Majesty
05- Really
06- It Takes a Lot to Laugh It Takes a Train to Cry
07- Season of the Witch
08- You Don't Love Me
09- Harvey's Tune

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Category: Oldies | Views: 734 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-09



Progressive rock group Third Ear Band evolved within the London alternative and free-music scene of the mid 1960s. Paul Minns – oboe, Glen Sweeney – percussion, Ursula Smith – cello and Richard Coff – violin and viola. Members came from The Giant Sun Trolley and The People Band to create an improvised music drawing on Eastern raga forms, European folk, experimental and medieval influences. They recorded their first session in 1968 for Ron Geesin  which was released under the pseudonym of The National-Balkan Ensemble on one side of a Standard Music Library disc. Their first actual album, Alchemy, was released on the EMI Harvest label in 1969, followed by Air, Earth, Fire, Water (aka Elements) in 1970. They opened The Rolling Stones Free Concert at Hyde Park on 5 July 1969. They recorded two soundtracks, the first in 1970 for an animated film by Fuchs of Abelard and Heloise and then in 1971 for Roman Polanski's film of Macbeth. After various later incarnations and albums they finally disbanded in 1993 owing to leader and percussionist Glen Sweeney's ongoing health problems. Third Ear Band was the second album by the Third Ear Band, released in 1970. It consists of four improvised pieces, "Air", "Earth", "Fire", and "Water", and is therefore sometimes known as "Elements". 

01 - Air
02 - Earth
03 - Fire
04 - Water

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Category: Oldies | Views: 984 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-10-09

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