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The Yardbirds are an English rock band that had a string of hits in the mid 1960s, including "For Your Love", "Over Under Sideways Down" and "Heart Full of Soul". The group is notable for having started the careers of three of rock's most famous guitarists: Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page, all of whom were in the top fifteen of Rolling Stone's 100 Top Guitarists list (Clapton as #4, Page as #9, and Beck as #14). A blues-based band that broadened its range into pop and rock, The Yardbirds were pioneers in guitar innovations of the '60s: fuzz tone, feedback, distortion, backwards echo, improved amplification, etc. Pat Pemberton, writing for Spinner, holds that the Yardbirds were "the most impressive guitar band in rock music". Last Rave-up was recorded live at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, 1968-05-31.

Disc 1

01 - Train Kept A Rollin'
02 - Mister You're A Better Man Than I
03 - Dazed And Confused
04 - Shapes Of Things
05 - I'm A Man
06 - Smokestack Lightning - Waiting For My Man
07 - Bye Bye Bird
08 - Happenings Ten Years Time Ago
09 - Drinking Muddy Water
10 - New York City Blues
11 - Wish You Would - Hey Gip

Disc 2

01 - Train Kept A Rollin'
02 - Mister You're A Better Man Than I
03 - Happenings Ten Years Time Ago
04 - Wish You Would - Hey Gip
05 - Drinking Muddy Waters
06 - New York City Blues
07 - I Ain't Done Wrong
08 - Over, Under, Sideways, Down
09 - Shapes Of Things
10 - Happenings Ten Years Time Ago
11 - Over, Under, Sideways, Down
12 - I'm A Man

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Santo & Johnny were an Italian-American rock and roll duo from Brooklyn, comprising brothers Santo and Johnny Farina. They are best known for their instrumental "Sleep Walk," which became a regional hit and eventually reached #1 on the pop charts when it was released nationally. At present, Santo is semi-retired and Johnny currently tours and records new material with his own band. Johnny is also the president of Aniraf, Inc., an international record company based in New York. Hawaii, with The Hutch Davie Orchestra & Chorus, from 1961 is the third release of the duo.

01 - Adventures In Paradise
02 - Blue Hawaii
03 - Pineapple Princess
04 - Sea Shells
05 - Aloha
06 - Reflections
07 - Hawaiian War Chant
08 - Song Of The Islands
09 - Sweet Lelani
10 - Hawaiian Wedding Song
11 - Isle Of Dreams
12 - Now Is The Hour
13 - Off Shore

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Category: Oldies | Views: 845 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-23



Bit a Sweet was reportedly a top draw at the big discotheques in New York City. Their only album, Hypnotic -- released by ABC in 1968 -- is a rare, and often over-looked, high-concept pop-psych album of the first degree. Today it is highly praised by collectors who are interested in psych-pop production values (phased vocals, electric sitar, strings, fuzz guitar). Bit a Sweet was produced by the multi-talented Steve Duboff, who also wrote most of the group's material, including both sides of their heavily edited "2086"/"Second Time" single. Duboff's sometime songwriting partner on this album, incidentally, was Artie Kornfeld, who -- during this time -- was producing the Cowsills for Mercury; their "How Can I Make You See" also appears here. Another highlights include Bit a Sweet's version of the George Harrison-penned Beatle track "If I Needed Someone." (Incidentally, Kornfeld and Duboff also recorded under the moniker Changin' Times). In February 1967, a year prior to the release of this album, Bit a Sweet covered the Steve Duboff-Dave Morris-penned "Out of Sight, Out of Mind," which was released on MGM (cover versions were also waxed by the Marauders and Limey & the Yanks). This song -- which unfortunately isn't featured on their debut -- is probably the group's best-known song. If you're curious, you can see it performed, along with one other selection, during the first few minutes of the sexploitation flick Blonde on a Bum Trip, and can also be found on several psychedelic compilations . Drummer Russell Leslie later recorded with a band called Neon (produced by Tommy James) and became a session drummer.(AMG)

01 - Speak Softly
02 - 2086
03 - If I Needed Someone
04 - With Love
05 - Monday-Tuesday
06 - Diamonds Studded Eyes
07 - How Can I Make You See
08 - Travel
09 - A Second Time

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British heavy psych band with some well-known musicians:- Alan Spenner and Neil Hubbard were both ex-Joe Cocker's Mad Dogs; Ric Grech was ex-Family and Blind Faith; Rosetta Hightower and Ian Green ex-Hightower; Mike Woods was ex-Eclection; Smiley De Jones was ex-Maggie Bell and Godfrey McLean was ex-Hummingbird.A reunion for few gigs and and a sole album, which in turn didn't sell many copies. The album consists of a loud, blistering sonic attack that rarely relents. Half the recording is an extended piece called Child Of Nations. (J-R-McM)

01 - Glory Boy
02 - To My Friends
03 - Rock My Soul
04 - Child Of Nations
    A) Soldiers  
    B) Battles  
    C) Child Of Nations

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British Canterbury style/Progressive rock band. Peter Davey (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone, baritone saxophone, flute, clarinet), Alex Macleery (electric piano, harpsichord, Moog), Gerry Reid (electric guitar, acoustic guitar), Len Surtees (bass), David Sheen (drums, congas, percussion, vocals)

01 – The Influence:
     a) The Wooing Of The Child
     b) The Innocence Of The Child
     c) The Interest Of The Youth
     d) The Involvement Of The Man
     e) The Realization
     f) The Wooing Of The Child
     g) The Conclusion
02 – Gibbon
03 – Christmas Execution
04 – Gismo

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Stud is a British rock band from the early 1970s, that featured two members of Taste - bassist Charlie McCracken and drummer John Wilson, along with two members of Family - former bass guitarist John Weider and future bass player, Jim Cregan. Never a very commercially successful band, Stud had its biggest successes in Germany. A bit of a halfway house or rest stop, the short-lived Stud provided a brief but welcome respite for a group of musicians at loose ends. Bassist Richard McCracken and drummer John Wilson were at a loss when Rory Gallagher pulled the plug on Taste and launched his solo career. Guitarist Jim Cregan was similarly undecided what to do after leaving Blossom Toes. All three wanted to move in a new direction, but as their 1971 eponymous debut album proved, they weren't quite sure where they wanted to go, nor quite ready to leave their pasts behind.(AMG)

01 - Sail On
02 - Turn Over The Pages
03 - 1112235
04 - Harpo´s Head
05 - Horizon (For Piet)
06 - Song

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Category: Oldies | Views: 886 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-23

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