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Sly and the Family Stone were an American rock, funk, and soul band from San Francisco, California. Active from 1966 to 1983, the band was pivotal in the development of soul, funk, and psychedelic music. Headed by singer, songwriter, record producer, and multi-instrumentalist Sly Stone, and containing several of his family members and friends, the band was the first major American rock band to have an "integrated, multi-gender" lineup. Fillmore East (New York, NY) Oct 5, 1968 two shows. These performances were recorded weeks after the release of Sly and the Family Stone's second album, Life, but just before the "Everyday People" single would vault the band to international recognition and incredible commercial success. The influence Sly and the Family Stone would soon have on the American music scene cannot be underestimated. It's safe to say they were a major force in the development of 1960s era funk and soul, but they would have equal influence on the likes of other musicians, including jazz great Miles Davis and rock guitar giant, Jimi Hendrix. The multicultural personnel of the band, as well as the inclusion of both men and women in the group, were virtually unheard of in the 1960s. The fact that these multicultural elements would blend so perfectly had far-reaching effects on both audiences and the music industry itself.(WV)

Disc 1

01 - Life
02 - Color Me True
03 - It Won't Be Long
04 - Are You Ready
05 - Dance To The Music
06 - M'lady

Disc 2

01 - M'lady
02 - Color Me True
03 - Are You Ready
04 - It Won't Be Long
05 - Color Me True
06 - Dance To The Music
07 - Love City
08 - Turn Me Loose
09 - Outro

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If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You is a 1970 release by Canterbury scene rock band Caravan. According to Allmusic, "If I Could Do It All Over Again contains significant progressions over the first album." It was the second album by the band, the predecessor to their best-known album In the Land of Grey and Pink. The album is known as the epitome of Canterbury rock, featuring representative organ solos and melodic vocals typical of the band's style. The album was released on Decca Records, as was the title track as a single release. This record began to define what became the best-known Caravan sound that was heard on most releases through 1975. "For Richard" (the 14:21 medley) became a staple of Caravan shows and was typically heard as the closer. A fully orchestrated, live version can be heard on the 1974 release Caravan and the New Symphonia.The album title and title of the title track is a quote attributed to Spike Milligan.

01 - If I Could Do It All Over Again I'd Do It All Over You
02 - And I Wish I Were Stoned - Don't Worry
03 - As I Feel I Die
04 - With An Ear To The Ground You Can Make It - Martinian - Only Cox (Reprise)
05 - Hello Hello
06 - Asforteri
07 - Can't Be Long Now - Francoise - For Richard - Warlock
08 - Limits
09 - A Day In The Life Of Maurice Haylett
10 - Why (And I Wish I Were Stoned) (demo version)
11 - Clipping The 8th (Hello Hello) (demo version)
12 - As I Feel I Die (demo version)
13 - If I Could Do It All Over Again I'd Do It All Over You (remix)

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Darryl Way is a British rock and classical musician who, together with Francis Monkman, was a founding member of Curved Air. He is best known as a violinist although he also played keyboards with his band Wolf. He began his musical training at Dartington College of Arts, and later studied at the Royal College of Music, where he met Monkman. They originally formed the band Sisyphus, which evolved into Curved Air. After three albums with Curved Air he left in 1972 and formed the band Wolf (which became known as Darryl Way's Wolf), which also recorded three albums before splitting when he rejoined Curved Air in late 1974. Darryl Way - violin, keyboards, John Etheridge - guitar, Dek Messecar - bass, Ian Mosley - drums and John Hodkinson - vocals.

01 - The Envoy
02 - Black September
03 - Flat 2-55
04 - Anteros
05 - We're Watching You
06 - Steal The World
07 - Comrade Of The Nine

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Strictly Personal is the second album by Captain Beefheart & his Magic Band. It was originally released in October 1968, almost a year after the band had initially taken to the studio to record the follow-up to 1967's Safe as Milk. The finished album has been the subject of controversy owing to producer Bob Krasnow's addition of phasing to many of the tracks, which Beefheart subsequently claimed was done without his knowledge or approval. The original intention was to record an album for Buddah Records entitled It Comes to You in a Plain Brown Wrapper. (Strictly Personal's sleeve design is a relic of this initial concept.) A considerable amount of material was recorded for the project during the period of October – November 1967 with Bob Krasnow producing. Owing to reservations on the part of Buddah, however, the album was not released. Instead, Strictly Personal was issued on Krasnow's own Blue Thumb label the following year. It features re-recorded versions of songs from the 1967 sessions, with psychedelic effects added by Krasnow. Beefheart has always hated the effects, claiming they had been added without his knowledge; the album's fate probably had a strong effect on his insistence on a dry, unaffected sound on later recordings.

01 - Ah Feel Like Ahcid
02 - Safe As Milk
03 - Trust Us
04 - Son Of Mirror Man - Mere Man
05 - On Tomorrow
06 - Beatle Bones 'n' Smokin' Stones
07 - Gimme Dat Harp Boy
08 - Kandy Korn

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A California group managed and produced by Andy Di Martino, the man responsible for some of the later albums by Captain Beefheart and for discovering The Cascades. Their music was a very decent mix of West Coast sounds, white soul and country, with good male/female vocals and often brilliant guitar parts. Durham, Smotherman and Dub Campbell wrote most of their material. Dub Campbell, guitar, electric violin, vocals, Mark Durham, bass, Randy James guitar, Michael "Bucky Smotherman, lead vocals, keyboards, Debbie Campbell, lead vocals, Rick Gilbert, drums, Sonny Ray, drums and Dean Smith, guitar, vocals.

01 - I Can Hear You
02 - Take Extra Care
03 - Will The Circle Be Unbroken
04 - Sweet Marie
05 - Put Out The Light
06 - Doin' It My Own Way
07 - Time To Live
08 - Take It Easy

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Lisztomania is a 1975 film by Ken Russell, drawn from a biography of Franz Liszt. Depicting the flamboyant Liszt as the first classical pop star, Lisztomania features contemporary rock star Roger Daltrey (of The Who) as Franz Liszt. The film was released the same year as Tommy, which also starred Daltrey and was directed by Russell. Lisztomania is a 1975 progressive rock soundtrack album by Rick Wakeman to the movie of the same name. Some tracks with vocals of Roger Daltrey, Linda Lewis and Paul Nicholas.

01 - Rienzi-Chopsticks Fantasia
02 - Love's Dream
03 - Dante Period
04 - Orpheus Song
05 - Hell
06 - Hibernation
07 - Excelsior Song
08 - Master Race
09 - Rape, Pillage & Clap
10 - Funerailles
11 - Free Song
12 - Peace At Last

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Category: Oldies | Views: 804 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-03-27

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