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The Beatles performed for fifty-two BBC Radio programmes, beginning with an appearance on the series Teenager's Turn—Here We Go, recorded on 7 March 1962, and ending with the special The Beatles Invite You to Take a Ticket to Ride, recorded on 26 May 1965; in total, 275 performances of 88 different songs were broadcast. Early bootlegs of some of the performances were based on low-quality home recordings of the broadcasts from the radio. It was not the BBC's practice to archive either the session tapes or the shows' master tapes, but many good quality distribution copies were found in various BBC departments during research for BBC radio specials produced in the 1980s. Increasingly comprehensive collections of the BBC performances were bootlegged in the 1980s and early 1990s. The most notable of these was The Complete BBC Sessions, a nine-CD box set released in 1993 by Great Dane in Italy, where copyright protection for the broadcasts had expired. Complete artwork included.

Disc 1

01 - Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)
02 - Memphis, Tennessee
03 - Please Mr - Postman
04 - Ask Me Why
05 - Besame Mucho
06 - A Picture of You
07 - Some Other Guy
08 - Keep Your Hands Off My Baby
09 - Beautiful Dreamer
10 - I Saw Her Standing There
11 - Misery
12 - Too Much Monkey Business
13 - I'm Talking About You
14 - Please Please Me
15 - The Hippy Hippy Shake
16 - From Me To You
17 - Twist And Shout
18 - From Me To You
19 - Side By Side
20 - Long Tall Sally
21 - A Taste Of Honey
22 - Chains
23 - Thank You Girl
24 - Boys
25 - I Saw Her Standing There
26 - Do You Want To Know A Secret
27 - Boys
28 - Long Tall Sally
29 - From Me To You
30 - Money (That's What I Want)
31 - Please Please Me
32 - I Saw Her Standing There

Disc 2

01 - Pop Go The Beatles
02 - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
03 - Do You Want To Know A Secret
04 - You Really Got A Hold On Me
05 - Misery
06 - The Hippy Hippy Shake
07 - Pop Go The Beatles
08 - Too Much Monkey Business
09 - I Got To Find My Baby
10 - Youngblood
11 - Baby It's You
12 - Till There Was You
13 - Love Me Do
14 - A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues
15 - Memphis, Tennessee
16 - A Taste Of Honey
17 - Sure To Fall
18 - Money
19 - From Me To You
20 - Some Other Guy
21 - A Taste Of Honey
22 - Thank You Girl
23 - From Me To You
24 - Too Much Monkey Business
25 - Boys
26 - I'll Be On My Way
27 - From Me To You
28 - Anna (Go To Him)
29 - I Saw Her Standing There
30 - Boys
31 - Chains
32 - P - S - I Love You
33 - Twist And Shout

Disc 3

01 - I Got To Find My Baby
02 - Memphis, Tennessee
03 - Money (That's What I Want) 
04 - Till There Was You
05 - From Me To You
06 - Roll Over Beethoven
07 - A Taste Of Honey 
08 - Twist And Shout 
09 - That's Alright Mama 
10 - There's A Place
11 - Carol
12 - Soldier Of Love (Lay Down Your Arms) 
13 - Lend Me Your Comb 
14 - Clarabella 
15 - I Saw Her Standing There
16 - A Shot Of Rythm And Blues
17 - There's A Place
18 - Twist And Shout
19 - Sweet Little Sixteen
20 - Nothin' Shakin' (But The Leaves On The Trees)
21 - Love Me Do
22 - Lonesome Tears In My Eyes
23 - So How Come (No One Loves Me)
24 - Memphis, Tennessee
25 - Do You Want To Know A Secret
26 - Till There Was You
27 - Matchbox
28 - Please Mr - Postman
29 - The Hippy Hippy Shake

Disc 4

01 - I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry (Over You)
02 - Crying, Waiting, Hoping 
03 - Kansas City  Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey 
04 - To Know Her Is To Love Her
05 - The Honeymoon Song 
06 - Twist And Shout
07 - Long Tall Sally
08 - Please Please Me
09 - She Loves You
10 - You Really Got A Hold On Me
11 - I'll Get You
12 - I Got A Woman 
13 - She Loves You
14 - Words Of Love 
15 - Glad All Over
16 - I Just Don't Understand 
17 - (There's) A Devil In Her Heart 
18 - Slow Down 
19 - Long Tall Sally
20 - She Loves You
21 - Glad All Over 
22 - I'll Get You
23 - Ohh! My Soul
24 - Don't Ever Change 
25 - Twist And Shout
26 - Anna (Go To Him) 
27 - A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues

Disc 5

01 - From Me To You
02 - Money
03 - There's A Place
04 - Honey Don't
05 - Roll Over Beethoven
06 - Too Much Monkey Business
07 - Love Me Do
08 - She Loves You
09 - I'll Get You
10 - A Taste Of Honey
11 - The Hippy Hippy Shake
12 - Chains
13 - You Really Got A Hold On Me
14 - Misery
15 - Lucille
16 - From Me To You
17 - Boys
18 - She Loves You
19 - Ask Me Why
20 - Devil In Her Heart
21 - I Saw Her Standing There
22 - Sure To Fall
23 - Twist And Shout
24 - I Saw Her Standing There
25 - Memphis, Tennessee
26 - Happy Birthday Saturday Club
27 - I'll Get You
28 - She Loves You
29 - Lucille

Disc 6

01 - I Saw Her Standing There
02 - Love Me Do
03 - Please Please Me
04 - From Me To You
05 - She Loves You
06 - She Loves You
07 - All I Want For Christmas
08 - This Boy
09 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
10 - Till There Was You
11 - Roll Over Beethoven
12 - She Loves You
13 - Crimble Medley 
14 - From Us To You
15 - She Loves You
16 - All My Loving
17 - Roll Over Beethoven
18 - Till There Was You
19 - Boys
20 - Money
21 - I Saw Her Standing There
22 - Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport 
23 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
24 - From Us To You
25 - All My Loving
26 - Money
27 - The Hippy Hippy Shake
28 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
29 - Roll Over Beethoven
30 - Johnny B. Goode
31 - I Wanna Be Your Man

Disc 7

01 - From Us To You
02 - You Can't Do That
03 - Roll Over Beethoven
04 - Till There Was You
05 - I Wanna Be Your Man
06 - Please Mr - Postman 
07 - All My Loving
08 - This Boy
09 - Can't Buy Me Love
10 - From Us To You
11 - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
12 - I Call Your Name
13 - I Got A Woman
14 - You Can't Do That
15 - Can't Buy Me Love
16 - Sure To Fall
17 - Long Tall Sally
18 - From Us To You
19 - Whit Monday
20 - I Saw Her Standing There
21 - Kansas City  Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey 
22 - I Forgot To Remember To Forget 
23 - You Can't Do That
24 - Sure To Fall
25 - Can't Buy Me Love
26 - Matchbox
27 - Honey Don't

Disc 8

01 - Top Gear Spot
02 - Long Tall Sally
03 - Things We Said Today
04 - A Hard Day's Night
05 - And I Love Her
06 - I Should Have Known Better
07 - If I Fell
08 - You Can't Do That
09 - From Us To You
10 - Long Tall Sally
11 - If I Fell
12 - I'm Happy Just To Dance With You
13 - Things We Said Today
14 - I Should Have Known Better
15 - Boys
16 - Kansas City  Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey
17 - A Hard Day's Night
18 - From Us To You
19 - From Us To You (wrong words)
20 - From Us To You (complete take, without voice-over)
21 - I'm Happy Just To Dance With You (basic track)
22 - I Should Have Known Better (false start)
23 - I Should Have Known Better (track without harmonica)

Disc 9

01 - I'm A Loser
02 - Chat
03 - Honey Don't
04 - She's A Woman
05 - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
06 - I'll Follow The Sun
07 - Chat
08 - I Feel Fine
09 - Rock And Roll Music
10 - Chat
11 - I'm A Loser
12 - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
13 - I Feel Fine
14 - Kansas City  Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey
15 - She's A Woman
16 - I Feel Fine (false start + take without overdubbed vocals)
17 - She's A Woman (complete take, studio chats)
18 - Ticket To Ride
19 - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
20 - I'm A Loser
21 - Chat
22 - The Night Before
23 - Honey Don't
24 - Dizzy Miss Lizzie
25 - She's A Woman
26 - Ticket To Ride

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Category: The Beatles | Views: 1557 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-10



Amen Corner was a successful British rock group, formed in late 1966 in Cardiff, Wales. The band was named after The Amen Corner, a weekly disc spin at the Victoria Ballroom (later to become The Scene Club) in Cardiff, Wales, where every Sunday night Dr. Rock would play the best soul music from the United States. Initially they specialised in a blues and jazz-orientated style, but were steered by their record labels into more commercial pastures. Their first singles and album appeared on Decca's subsidiary label Deram, but they left at the end of 1968 to join Immediate, where they were instantly rewarded with a No. 1, "(If Paradise Is) Half as Nice" in early 1969, followed by another Top 5 entry with the Roy Wood composition, "Hello Susie". Andy Fairweather Low (vocals), Neil Jones (guitar) ,Allan Jones (saxophone), Blue Weaver (keyboards), Mike Smith (tenor saxophone), Clive Taylor (bass) and Dennis Bryon (drums).

01 - Bend Me, Shape Me
02 - Run Run Run
03 - Love Me Tender
04 - Our Love Is In The Pocket
05 - Something You Got
06 - I Am An Angel But I Can't Fly
07 - High In The Sky
08 - Expressway To Your Heart
09 - Let The Good Times Roll - Feel So Good
10 - Can't Get Used To Losing You
11 - Lost And Found
12 - Gin House Blues
13 - I Don't Wanna Discuss It - Amen

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Category: Oldies | Views: 934 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-10



Blodwyn Pig were a British blues–rock group founded by guitarist–vocalist–songwriter Mick Abrahams, after he left Jethro Tull in 1968 due to a falling-out with Tull leader Ian Anderson. Abrahams' falling-out with Anderson was said to have originated in differences between the two on original material —Abrahams wishing to stay close to Jethro Tull's blues and jazz roots, Anderson wishing to develop less overt blues and jazz material— and Abrahams' unwillingness to work seven days a week. He left Jethro Tull after their debut album, This Was, was released, and formed Blodwyn Pig with Jack Lancaster (saxophone), Andy Pyle (bass guitar), and Ron Berg (drums); future Yes and Flash guitarist Peter Banks became one of several guitarists to succeed Abrahams after he left to form his own band for a time. Ahead Rings Out was the debut album by Blodwyn Pig, released in 1969, and sales of Ahead Rings Out rivalled those of Jethro Tull's next album, Stand Up, reaching No. 9 on the British album chart. The album contained a healthy mixture of various styles of progressive blues and "The Modern Alchemist" displayed the jazz influence and saxophone skills of Jack Lancaster. In liner notes for the 2001 re-issue of the album, songwriter and singer Mick Abrahams recalled: "The producer was Andy Johns (little brother to Glyn Johns of Rolling Stones production fame). I think the tape operator was Robin Black, who later went on to produce Jethro Tull and other notable acts of the time.

01 - It's Only Love
02 - Dear Jill
03 - Sing Me A Song That I Know
04 - The Modern Alchemist
05 - Up And Coming
06 - Leave It With Me
07 - The Change Song
08 - See My Way
09 - Ain't Ya Comin' Home, Babe
10 - Sweet Caroline
11 - Walk On The Water
12 - Summer Day
13 - Same Old Story
14 - Slow Down
15 - Meanie Mornay
16 - Backwash

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Category: Oldies | Views: 840 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-10



If the United States had jazz-rock outfits such as Chicago and Blood, Sweat And Tears, then the United Kingdom had the seminal If. The members of this late '60s group were Terry Smith (guitar), John Mealing (keyboards), JW Hodkinson (vocals), Jim Richardson (bass), Dick Morrissey (flute and saxes), Dave Quincy (saxes) and Dennis Elliot (drums). They probably were the only jazz-rock group, both then and now, to feature solos by all the band members, not just by the lead instruments. But then playing jazz-rock had its own problems - they were considered too jazzy when billed with groups with a more rock orientation and too bluesy or loud when billed with more jazz-oriented bands. Thanks to golfspel who shared the lossless tracks on the internet, fans can now enjoy the tight interplay between jazz and rock, aided in no small part by Hodkinson's strong vocals, on this If show recorded for Swedish radio. John Mealing would later join The Strawbs while Dennis Elliot would be a part of the hugely-successful Foreigner. But in the late '60s and early '70s, If were definitely a jazz-rock group to be reckoned with.

01 - Child Of Storm
02 - Reaching Out On All Sides
03 - Your City Is Falling
04 - Seldom Seen Sam
05 - Fibonacci's Number
06 - Forgotten Roads

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Category: Oldies | Views: 1186 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-10



The Canterbury Fair was a band from Fresno California that recorded between 1967 to 1969. The band, led by John and Philip Hollingsworth, skillfully employed keyboards and a fuzz bass to create a monstrous epic sound of swirling tapestries of mind-bending music that was way ahead of its time. Canterbury Fair created a sound the was reminiscent of the Doors but contained elements of the Left Banke and Love. The unique thing about this band is that no one played guitar in the band, the entire sound was based around the organ as the lead instrument together with drums bass and vocals. This collection of 10 songs includes the A-side of the ultra-rare single, "Song On A May Morning" originally released on the small local Koala label as well as the group's never-before-heard full-length album that was recorded but never released and one live track recorded during the band's hey day.

01 - Talk Song
02 - A Song On A May Morning
03 - Acid
04 - Bad For Anyone
05 - Russian Opera
06 - Long Brown Hair
07 - Winds Of The Sky
08 - A Spanish Serenade
09 - Sally Rover
10 - The Man, Live

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Mother Mallard’s Portable Masterpiece Company, formed in 1969 in Ithaca, NY, by David Borden, was the world’s first synthesizer ensemble, predating groups like Tonto’s Expanding Head Band and Tangerine Dream. David Borden was in close contact with Dr. Robert Moog and was one of the first musicians to use his Minimoog. After recruiting Steve Drews and Linda Fisher to operate additional synthesizers, the group began playing concerts of minimalist music by Terry Riley, Steve Reich, and Philip Glass. They began recording their first self-titled album in 1970, but it would not be released until 1973 by Earthquack Records. Their second album, Like a Duck to Water, was released in 1976.

01 - Oleo Strut
02 - All Set
03 - Theme From After The Fall
04 - Waterwheel
05 - C-A-G-E  [Part 2]
06 - Downtown
07 - Harpsichord Truck

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Category: Oldies | Views: 950 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-10



John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers were a pioneering English blues band, led by singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist John Mayall, OBE. Mayall used the band name between 1963 and 1967, but then dropped it for some fifteen years. However, in 1982 a 'Return of the Bluesbreakers' was announced and the name has been kept since then. The name has become generic without a clear distinction which recordings are to be credited just to the leader or to leader and his band. Plays John Mayall, was recorded live at Klook's Kleek, The Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, London on Monday 7th December 1964, released by Decca in 1965. Bonus tracks (13-17), recorded 1964-65 at Decca Studios. John Mayall, vocals, harmonica, cemballet, organ, 9 string guitar, Roger Dean, guitar, John McVie, bass, Hugie Flint, drums and Nigel Stanger tenor and slide saxophone.

01 - Crawling Up A Hill
02 - I Wanna Teach You Everything
03 - When I'm Gone
04 - I Need Your Love
05 - The Hoot Owl
06 - R & B Time- Night Train - Lucille
07 - Crocodile Walk
08 - What's The Matter with You
09 - Doreen
10 - Runaway
11 - Heartache
12 - Chicago Line
13 - Crawling Up A Hill (A side single)
14 - Mr. James (B side single)
15 - Cocodile Walk (A side single)
16 - Blues City Shakedown (B side single)
17 - My Baby Is Sweeter

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Category: Oldies | Views: 791 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-10



Recorded live at Fillmore East. Mike Bloomfield, guitar, vocals, Al Kooper, organ, piano, vocals, Johnny Winter, guitar, vocals (track 3), Jerry Jemmot, bass, Paul Harris, piano and Johnny Cresci, drums.

01 - Introductions
02 - One Way Out
03 - Bloomfield's Introduction Of Johnny Winter
04 - It's My Own Fault (Feat. Johnny Winter)
05 - 59Th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)
06 - (Please) Tell Me Partner
07 - That's All Right Mama
08 - Together Till The End Of Time
09 - Don't Throw Your Love On Me So Strong
10 - Season Of The Witch

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Category: Oldies | Views: 943 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-10



Al Kooper is an American songwriter, record producer and musician, probably best known for organizing the group Blood, Sweat & Tears, though he did not stay with the group long enough to share its popularity. He provided studio support for Bob Dylan when he went electric in 1965, and also brought together guitarists Mike Bloomfield (Paul Butterfield Blues Band) and Stephen Stills (Buffalo Springfield, CSNY) to record the Super Session album. Kooper played on hundreds of records, including those by The Rolling Stones, B. B. King, The Who, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Alice Cooper, and Cream. After moving to Atlanta in 1972, he discovered the band Lynyrd Skynyrd, and produced and performed on their first three albums, including the single "Sweet Home Alabama" and "Free Bird". Kooper also wrote the score for the TV series Crime Story and the film The Landlord and has also written music for several made-for-television movies. He was also the musical force behind many of the children series "Banana Splits" pop tunes, including "You're the Lovin' End." I Stand Alone is the title of Al Kooper's 1968 début album, issued on Columbia Records, recorded after his collaboration with Michael Bloomfield and Stephen Stills, Super Session. An eclectic mix of country, soul, blues and rock with a dose of psychedelics mixed throughout, it is a continuation of Super Session in its mix of disparate covers from the likes of Bill Monroe, Harry Nilsson and Traffic and originals running the gamut of feelings.

01 - Overture
02 - I Stand Alone
03 - Camille
04 - One
05 - Coloured Rain
06 - Soft Landing On The Moon
07 - I Can Love A Woman
08 - Blue Moon Of Kentucky
09 - Too Old
10 - Right Now For You
11 - Hey Western Union Man
12 - Song And Dance For The Unborn Frightened Child

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Category: Oldies | Views: 893 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-10



Easy Does It was the third solo album by New York City-based singer-songwriter Al Kooper, recorded and released in 1970 for Columbia Records. A double album, Easy Does It featured Kooper on an expanded number of instruments, including sitar (used to effect on the country-tinged "Sad, Sad Sunshine"), vibes and electronic effects. While mostly backed by Bretheren rhythm section Stu Woods and Rick Marotta, Kooper also utilized groups in Nashville and Los Angeles to record the tracks for the album. Two tracks were also featured on the soundtrack to the counter-culture film The Landlord, "Brand New Day" and "Love Theme from The Landlord".

01 - Brand New Day
02 - I Got A Woman
03 - Country Road
04 - I Bought You The Shoes
05 - Easy Does It
06 - Buckskin Boy
07 - Love Theme From The Landlord
08 - Sad, Sad Sunshine
09 - Let The Duchess No
10 - She Gets Me Where I Live
11 - A Rose And A Baby Ruth
12 - Baby Please Don't Go
13 - God Sheds His Grace On Thee

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Category: Oldies | Views: 871 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-10



A Possible Projection of the Future / Childhood's End is Al Kooper's fifth album, recorded for and released by Columbia Records in 1972. Begun with a vague storyline that failed to survive beyond the two title tracks, the album was recorded in London, England at George Martin's AIR Studios with one outtake from New York City (You're A Woman). Six original tracks were surrounded were covers by Bob Dylan ("The Man in Me", which Kooper had originally produced), Smokey Robinson ("Swept For You Baby") and even Jimmy Cliff ("Please Tell Me Why"). The album cover showed Kooper as an eighty-year-old man, bespectacled and clutching a Fender Jaguar guitar.

01 - Possible Projection Of The Future
02 - The Man In Me
03 - Fly On
04 - Please Tell Me Why
05 - The Monkey Time
06 - Let Your Love Shine
07 - Swept For You Baby
08 - Bended Knees
09 - Love Trap
10 - Childhood's End

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Category: Oldies | Views: 1007 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-10



Act Like Nothing's Wrong is the seventh album by singer-songwriter Al Kooper , recorded in 1976 and released in 1977.

01 - Is We On The Downbeat
02 - This Diamond Ring
03 - She Don't Ever Lose Her Groove
04 - I Forgot To Be Your Lover
05 - Missing You
06 - Out Of Left Field
07 - (Please Not) One More Time
08 - In My Own Sweet Way
09 - Turn My Head Towards Home
10 - A Visit To The Rainbow Bar & Gril
11 - Hollywood Vampire

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Category: Oldies | Views: 912 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-10

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