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USA is a live album by King Crimson, recorded in 1974 and released in 1975. Tracks 1-6 and 8-9 recorded at the Casino, Asbury Park, June 28, 1974, Track 7 recorded at the Palace Theatre, Providence, June 30, 1974, Tracks 2, 3 and 7 feature overdubs performed by Eddie Jobson, Track 1 is a brief excerpt from (No Pussyfooting). While it was not listed as a separate track on the original album, it is audible to the careful listener, Tracks 8 and 9 were not featured on the original release of the album, but were added for a subsequent release. Eddie Jobson recorded violin overdubs for this album.

01 - Walk On ... No Pussyfooting
02 - Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part II
03 - Lament
04 - Exiles
05 - Asbury Park
06 - Easy Money
07 - 21St Century Schizoid Man
08 - Fracture
09 - Starless

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Category: Oldies | Views: 827 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-04



Of all the zillions of CSNY-inspired westcoast hippie rock LPs from the early 1970s, this is one of the very best. Another feather in the cap for the great Columbia Canada office, with an excellent production bringing out the max from these talented longhairs. Clearly out of a "Deja Vu" corner (minus the sugary Nash crap, naturally), the songwriting here is very good, grabbing your attention without being overly commercial, while the band lays down a groove that is both relaxed and tight. You can hear early AOR moves creeping into the hippie stylings, and much like on Homer this is not a disadvantage but helps broaden the album's impact. Female vocalist Franki Hart of Freedom North handles a few tracks, but is given solid competition by the male vocalists who sing just as well. Soaring, lyrical guitar leads recur throughout the LP, and there are some vague prog moves with flute on one track. Clocking in at 42 minutes,  this could have omitted 1-2 tracks, and it's a testament to Riverson's strength that the playtime seems warranted. Recommended to anyone with an ear for top-level, upscale 70s westcoast sounds. [PL]

01 - Clear Night
02 - Winter Garden
03 - Eleanor Rigby
04 - I'll Be There
05 - Empty Sky
06 - Take Me
07 - Stoney Day
08 - Can't Live Without You
09 - Medallion Castle
10 - Hermit Glen

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Lazarus was a 1970s American soft-rock band. The members of Lazarus were Billie Hughes, Gary Dye, and Carl Kessee. Billie Hughes was the leader of the band, as the lead singer and songwriter. In association with Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul & Mary,"Lazarus" moved to Woodstock, N.Y., signing with the newly formed Bearsville Records (Warner Bros.) label, under the direction of Albert Grossman. A Fool's Paradise and another album were recorded and released on Bearsville, produced by Peter Yarrow and Phil Ramone. In the next four years, "Lazarus" performed extensively throughout the United States and Canada. In 1976 "Lazarus" won the Clio Award for "Lifesavers" Best Commercial of the Year which ran nine years nationwide. The band's first album, "Lazarus", was released in 1971, and "Warmth of Your Eyes" was released as a single in 1972. Their second and final album, Fool's Paradise, followed in 1973, from which Ladyfriends I (Sing a Song to Your Lady) was tagged as a single. Hughes went on to a solo career after they disbanded.

01 - Ladyfriends II
02 - Ladyfriends I
03 - When Will The Home Of Me Begin
04 - A Fool's Paradise
05 - Baby, Baby
06 - Thoughts Of You
07 - Take Me High
08 - Oklahoma Boy
09 - This Is A Song
10 - Poets And Lovers

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Larry Coryell is an American jazz fusion guitarist. Coryell was born in Galveston, Texas. After graduating from Richland High School in eastern Washington, he moved to Seattle to attend the University of Washington. In 1965, Coryell moved to New York City where he became part of Chico Hamilton's quintet, replacing Gabor Szabo. In 1967 and 1968, he recorded with Gary Burton. Also during the mid-1960s he played with The Free Spirits. His music during the late-1960s and early-1970s combined the influences of rock, jazz and eastern music. Recorded live at the Village Gate, New York City, January 21, 22, 23 1971. Larry Coryell - Guitar and Vocals, Marvin Bronson - Bass, Harry Wilkinson - Drums and Julie Coryell - Vocal on Chilling Winds.

01 - The Opening
02 - After Later
03 - Entardecendo En Saudade
04 - Can You Follow
05 - Chilling Winds

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Jane is a German Progressive Rock band that was formed in October 1970 in Hanover, Germany. Their debut album 'Together' is considered to be one of the iconic Progressive Rock albums of all time. Live At Home are live performances from 1976 Niedersachsenhalle, Hannover and 1977 WDR, Cologne. Klaus Hess / lead guitar, vocals, Taurus bass pedals, Martin Hesse / bass, vocals, Peter Panka / drums, vocals and Manfred Wieczorke / keyboards, vocals.

Disc 1

01 - All My Friends
02 - Lady
03 - Rest Of My Life
04 - Expectation
05 - River
06 - Out In The Rain
07 - Hangman
08 - Fire, Water, Earth & Air
09 - Another Way
10 - Daytime
11 - Hightime For Crusaders

Disc 2

01 - Windows
02 - Lady (Bonus)
03 - Fire, Water, Earth & Air (Bonus)
04 - Another Way (Bonus)
05 - River (Bonus)
06 - Out In The Rain (Bonus)
07 - Hangman (Bonus)
08 - Windows (Bonus)

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Category: Oldies | Views: 788 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-04



JJ Cale (also J.J. Cale), is a Grammy Award-winning American singer-songwriter and musician. Cale is one of the originators of the Tulsa Sound, a loose genre drawing on blues, rockabilly, country, and jazz influences. Cale's personal style has often been described as "laid back". His only U.S. hit single, Crazy Mama, peaked at #22 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1972. During the 2006 documentary film To Tulsa and Back Cale recounts the story of being offered the opportunity to appear on Dick Clark's American Bandstand to promote the song, which would have moved the song higher on the charts. Cale declined when told he could not bring his band to the taping and would be required to lip-sync the words to the song. His songs have been performed by a number of other musicians including "After Midnight" and "Cocaine" by Eric Clapton, "Bringing It Back" by Kansas, "Call Me the Breeze" and "I Got the Same Old Blues" by Lynyrd Skynyrd, "Travelin' Light" and "Ride Me High" by Widespread Panic. Naturally is the debut album by J. J. Cale. First released in 1971, it includes his song "After Midnight" which was first recorded by Eric Clapton in 1970. Cale, who was languishing in obscurity at the time, had no knowledge of Clapton's recording of "After Midnight" until it became a radio hit in 1970. Cale's friend and producer, Audie Ashworth, encouraged Cale to record a full album in order to capitalize on the success of his song. Naturally was recorded independently, "on spec", the musicians being paid demo fees. Some songs, such as "Call Me the Breeze", were recorded with primitive drum machine accompaniment and sound almost like demos.

01 - Call Me The Breeze
02 - Call The Doctor
03 - Don't Go To Strangers
04 - Woman I Have
05 - Magnolia
06 - Clyde
07 - Crazy Mama
08 - Nowhere To Run
09 - After Midnight
10 - River Runs Deep
11 - Bring It Back
12 - Crying Eyes

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Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was a multi-platinum double album produced by George Martin, featuring covers of songs by The Beatles and was released in July 1978, as the soundtrack to the film Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. It starred the Bee Gees, Peter Frampton and Steve Martin. The project was managed by The Robert Stigwood Organisation. In 1975 the original plans for the album were suspended due to a dispute between Columbia and RSO. RSO invested $12 million into this soundtrack and the profit offset set against costs such as $1 million for promotion. Although the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band debuted at #5 in the U.S. Billboard album charts and stayed there for six weeks, becoming a multi-platinum album, there was reported resistance to the interpretation of The Beatles' songs, such as Martin's comedic take on "Maxwell's Silver Hammer". However Earth, Wind & Fire's version of "Got To Get You Into My Life" became a million selling single and Aerosmith's "Come Together" charted in the top 40 and later appeared on the soundtrack for Armageddon. Radio airplay trailed off when the film was released with poor reviews, only five weeks later. The album immediately dropped out of the top 100 and pre-sale shipments to USA failed to sell in the quantities predicted. Owing to low box office receipts the film failed to make back its production costs, but profits from the sound track album and the successful singles it spawned later covered those losses.

Disc 1

01 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heats Club Band - With A Little Help From My Friends
02 - Here Comes The Sun
03 - Getting Better
04 - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
05 - I Want You She's So Heavy
06 - Good Morning, Good Morning
07 - She's Leaving Home
08 - You Never Give Me Your Money
09 - Oh! Darling
10 - Maxwell's Silver Hammer
11 - Polythene Pam - She Came In Through The Bathroom Window - Nowhere Man - Sgt.      Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Reprise

Disc 2

01 - Got To Get You Into My Life
02 - Strawberry Fields Forever
03 - When I'm Sixty - Four
04 - Mean Mr. Mustard
05 - Fixing A Hole
06 - Because
07 - Golden Slumbers - Carry The Weight
08 - Come Together
09 - Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite
10 - The Long And Winding Road
11 - Nowhere Man Medley
12 - Get Back
13 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Finale

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Ronald Belford "Bon" Scott was a Scottish-born Australian rock musician, best known for being the lead singer and lyricist of Australian hard rock band AC/DC from 1974 until his death in 1980. He was born in Kirriemuir, Scotland, and moved to Melbourne, Australia with his family in 1952 at the age of six. Scott formed his first band, The Spektors, in 1964 and became the band's drummer and occasional lead vocalist. He performed in several other bands including The Valentines and Fraternity before replacing Dave Evans as the lead singer of AC/DC in 1974.

01 - The Valentines - To Know You Is To Love You
02 - The Valentines - She Said
03 - The Valentines - Every Day I Have To Cry
04 - The Valentines - I Can't Dance With You
05 - The Valentines - Peculiar Hole In The Sky
06 - The Valentines - Love Makes Sweet Music
07 - The Valentines - I Can Hear The Raindrops
08 - The Valentines - Why Me
09 - The Valentines - Sooky Sooky
10 - The Valentines - Getting Better
11 - The Valentines - Ebeneezer
12 - The Valentines - Hoochie Coochie Billy
13 - The Valentines - My Old Man's A Groovy Old Man
14 - The Valentines - Nick Nack Paddy Wack
15 - The Valentines - Julliette
16 - Fraternity - Annabelle
17 - Fraternity - Welfare Boogie
18 - Fraternity - Hemming's Farm
19 - Fraternity - Sommerville R.I.P.
20 - Fraternity - Getting Off
21 - Fraternity - If You Got It [Original]
22 - Fraternity - Seasons Of Change
23 - Bon Scott - Interview With David Day Of 5K

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Category: Metal | Views: 1182 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-04



This single was recorded by some of the same folks who created Crazy Elephant. It is a Kasenetz-Katz production with the help of Ritchie Cordell and the same session players who graced much of the Crazy Elephant LP. Side a is Captain Groovy And His Bubblegum Army, which was intended to be the theme song for an animated TV series which never happened. Side b is Dark Part Of My Mind (Part 1), part 2 of which was released on a Crazy Elephant single. Dark Part is in my opinion the most psychedelic music produced by The Super K folks, and it really is groovy.(AC)

01 - Captain Groovy & His Bubblegum Army
02 - Dark Part Of My Mind (Part 1)

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Greenslade is an English progressive rock band. It was originally formed in the autumn of 1972 (making its live debut at Frankfurt's Zoom Club in November) with the following line-up: Dave Greenslade - keyboards and vocals,  Tony Reeves - bass guitar, Dave Lawson  - keyboards and vocals and Andrew McCulloch - drums. Longtime musical associates, with a common background in jazz, Greenslade and Reeves had been original members of Colosseum. Lawson was previously a member of The Alan Bown Set, Web and Samurai, whilst McCulloch was briefly a member of King Crimson, playing drums on that band's third album, Lizard (1970), and Fields, the band formed by ex-Rare Bird keyboardist Graham Field. Spyglass Guest is the third studio album from Greenslade, released in 1974.

01 - Spirit Of The Dance
02 - Little Red Fry-Up
03 - Rainbow
04 - Siam Seesaw
05 - Joie De Vivre
06 - Red Light
07 - Melancholic Race
08 - Theme Of An Imaginary Western

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Damin Eih - guitars, lead vocals, synthesizer, piano, A.L.K. (A.L. Katzner) - percussion, piano, vocals, guitar, Brother Clark (Clark Dircz) - bass, guitar, piano, chinese chimes. Who are Damien Eih, A.l.k and Brother Clark you may ask yourself and so do I. Hardly anything is known about these lads, but their only LP, a private pressing from 1973 is something you should not miss.Mostly acoustic and gentle, but highly trippy and mystic this is the real collector's stuff. I really love this record and i am sure you will too...so download, "Take Off Your Eyes" and fly.More information welcome!(Note: the tracks on the LP go into one another, so the parted tracks often don't have a clearly defined beginning or end. This effect will disappear if you hear it as a whole) One of those elaborate Midwestern headtrips that will send you into aural space you didn't even know exitsted, like CA Quintet of side 1 of Yezda Urfa. The longer suites are particularly impressive, while the shorter tunes less so. A unique mix of multi-layered acoustic guitars, treated vocals and extensive use of cymbals creates a piercing yet enjoyable high frequency soundscape that demands your attention, while soom moog and fuzz bass round out the bottom. Someone spent a lot of money on this one and I would deem it largely successful, with parts that are truly spellbinding, even though the 'message' remains obscure. Pretentious and rather Euro-proggish in its sensibility, yet playful and exotic enough to appeal to more adventerous psych fans. The bands ridiculously unwieldy moniker and the lack of a high profile reissue keeps this one buried.'(Acid Archives) One of a kind album from a truly warped, unique sensibility. It's a tough to describe mix of acoustic guitars, pop melodies, folk, prog, and just plain weirdness. Often brilliant (i.e. the truly classic "Thundermice") but just as often impenetrable. Those who "get it" seem to instantly place this in their personal all-time top tens. I can't say I'm one of those privileged ones, but on every listen I do discover something new and enjoy bits and pieces of it. The album is constructed to feel like one continuous whole rather than a collection of songs, which actually makes it harder to enjoy-other than "Thundermice" the individual songs don't really distinguish themselves. It reminds me of the better Gong albums, where you wade through a couple of minutes of forgettable jamming, and hit a great 20 seconds or so, thinking "wow... if they just developed that into a complete song rather than noodling around so much this would be an amazing record." The problem, though, is that they really don't have enough focus or fully-formed ideas to do so even if they wanted to, and my instinct is that Eih (whoever he really is) has the same problem. The good moments make you want to forgive the dull spots, thinking they're over your head, but I suspect they're just Eih rambling rather than Eih in the midst of inspiration. Of course, those chosen few who "get it" would certainly say I'm wrong about this. [AM]

01 - Tourniquet
02 - Sing A Different Song
03 - Take Off Your Eyes
04 - Soft Margins
05 - Thundermice
06 - Monday Morning Prayer
07 - Gone
08 - Marching Together
09 - Kathryn At Night
10 - Party Hats & Olive Spats
11 - Return Naked

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Based in Houston, Texas and originally known as The Bloontz All Star Blues Band, the group featured the talents of drummer Tony Braunagel, singer Andy Chapman, lead guitarist David Kealey, keyboardist Mike Montgomery, and former Blackwell bassist Terry Wilson.  They relocated to New York in 1972 and shortened their name to Bloontz, scoring a contract with the Evolution label.  Produced by Ron Johnsen, 1973's cleverly-titled "Bloontz" wasn't half bad.  Mind you, none of the nine tracks was going to win an award for originality, but in the AOR genre the songs (with three of the five members contributing material), were quite varied and the performances were virtually all enjoyable.  As lead singer Chapman had a voice that was near perfect for album oriented rockers - tough, rugged, but quite commercial.  Imagine Paul Rodgers had he been born and raised in Texas.  The rest of the band were also quite good with guitarist Kealey deserving special notice for his tasteful solos. (RDTEN) Zenobia (choir), Tony Braunagel (drums), Andy Chapman (vocals), Jimmy Don (guitar), Margaret Dorn (choir), Mike Montgomery (keyboards), Terry Wilson (bass), Sharon Redd (choir), David L. Kealey (guitar), Steve Radney (guitar) and Lynda Lawley (choir)

01 - The Joke's On You
02 - Jason Blue
03 - You Ain't Your Body
04 - Arena
05 - Long Way Down
06 - Prodigal
07 - Sunshine Masquarade
08 - Ramon
09 - Light Up The World

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Bobby Goldsboro is an American country and pop singer-songwriter. He had a string of Pop and Country hits during the 1960s and 1970s, including his signature #1 classic, "Honey" which sold well over one million copies in the United States. It also became his first country hit, and marked a career transition, as his songs became more successful on the country chart than on the pop side. Goldsboro's last Top 40 hit on the Hot 100 came in late 1973, but he remained a fixture in the country top 40 into the early 1980s.

01 - Come Back Home
02 - And I Love You So
03 - Saturdays Only
04 - Throwback
05 - A Poem For My Little Lady
06 - The Gentle Of A Man
07 - It's Up To Us
08 - Gold Hill Hotel
09 - Danny Is A Mirror To Me
10 - Your Song
11 - The Next Girl That I Marry
12 - I`ll Remember You

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Category: Oldies | Views: 1016 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-02-04

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