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Late 60's west coast Psychedelic band. Micky Brooks - Drums, Don Ferris - Bass, Vocals, Nicky Indelicato - Guitar, Vocals, Nick Jameson - Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals, Todd Rundgren - Producer, Engineer, Don Lee Van Winkle - Guitar, Vocals. Seems to be a simultaneous project to Tod Rundgren's Nazz, but could not find info about it.

01 - Good News
02 - Big Brother
03 - The Other Side
04 - Credempels
05 - Storm
06 - Cadillac
07 - My Babe
08 - I Ain't Searchin'
09 - Future's Folly
10 - I Am You
11 - Flankford El
12 - Raspberries

Category: Oldies | Views: 1540 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-08-30

Black Pearl was a San-Francisco-based band that existed from the late 1960s to the early 1970s. They released two albums, Black Pearl (1969) and Black Pearl - Live! (1970). Black Pearl was composed of Bernie "B.B" Fieldings (vocals), Bruce Benson (guitar), Oak O'Connor (drums), Geoffrey Morris (guitar), Tom Mulcahy (guitar) and Jerry Causi (bass). The band was formed after Barbarians' singer and drummer Moulty refused to travel to Boulder, Colorado for a two week engagement. A new drummer, Oak O'Connor, plus Mulcahy and Fieldings, joined with ex-Barbarians Morris, Causi and Benson, all initially based in Boston, to form Black Pearl in 1967. The band relocated from Boston to San Francisco, after a period of time in Colorado. The band, after fulfilling the Boulder, Colorado engagement, became quite popular in that city, influencing local bands such as Zephyr, featuring guitarist Tommy Bolin and lead singer Candy Givens. Givens was greatly influenced by Fieldings' stage presence, and through Fieldings, met his then girlfriend, Janis Joplin, who commented favourably on Givens' stage performance.

01 - Crazy Chicken
02 - Thinkin' 'bout The Good Times
03 - White Devil
04 - Mr. Soul Satisfaction
05 - Forget It
06 - Climbing Up The Walls
07 - Bent Over
08 - Endless Journey
09 - Reach Up

Category: Oldies | Views: 1245 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-08-30

The New Mix's sole album is stereotypical 1968 pop-influenced trendy psychedelia. The ten original songs favor San Francisco psych-folk-rock-influenced minor keys, Doors-Strawberry Alarm Clock-influenced organ, and the odd screeching distorted guitar. The arrangements also nod to a pop influence with harmonies that sometimes recall the Hollies' brief psychedelic phase, a Beatles-like Brit-psych bounce in the tempo of "Follow Me," and some fruity instrumentation that might have made it into sunshine pop records by the likes of the Association. It's a real melange, in other words, and like a salad made up of various excerpts from the week's leftovers, it doesn't go together too well or taste too good or fresh. There's little memorable about the songs, and some of the lead vocals have a distasteful stiff, strident air. Perhaps as a rough comparison, you might liken the New Mix to groups with awkward mixes of pop and freaky psych, like Fever Tree and the Strawberry Alarm Clock, but the band isn't even close to their level. (AMG)

01 - While We Waited
02 - Ursula
03 - The Man
04 - Nothing Matters More
05 - The New Harpoon Song
06 - Ever Brighter
07 - Get Me Out
08 - Sun Down
09 - Doorway To An Open Light
10 - Follow Me

Category: Oldies | Views: 1527 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-08-30

The Colours were a West-Coast Psychedelic Pop act that came together in 1967 at the request of songwriters, Jack Dalton and Gary Montgomery, two hard-working, former Motown songwriters who also penned songs for The Turtles, Nino & April and The Moon. Essentially a "studio project" Colours'epounymous album was assembled over several months in late 1967, and subsequently issued by Dot Records the following year.
Dot Records, had little experience dealing with a band like Colours and thusly the album failed to explode as a result of their poor marketing. To call this an unsung gem is an understatement. Colours is a brilliant Beatlesque masterpiece that, while somewhat derivative, is rife with bouyant arrangements, strong melodic hooks and sophisticated soundscapes. From beginning to end, the album is tight and focused. Like a cross between Left Banke, The Beatles and The Moon, the band's slight Psychedelic temperment is perfectly balanced with their impeccable musicianship and pitch perfect harmonies.

01 - Bad Day At Black Rock, Baby
02 - Love Heals
03 - Helping You Out
04 - Where Is She
05 - Rather Be Me
06 - I'm Leaving
07 - Brother Lou's Lvoe Colony
08 - I Think Of Her (She's On My Mind)
09 - Lovin'
10 - Cataleptic
11 - Don't You Realize

Category: Oldies | Views: 1387 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-08-30

The Savage Resurrection were a rock band from the San Francisco Bay area. Founded in 1967, the group was signed to the major label Mercury Records, on which they released their eponymous debut in 1968. Singer Bill Harper and bassist Steve Lage quit the band shortly thereafter, leading to the demise of the group. Nick Saloman of The Bevis Frond has cited the Savage Resurrection as one of his biggest influences, and in October 2008 performed a live set with guitarist Randy Hammon. There was some suspicion that Randy Hammon was actually legendary guitarist Randy Holden due to some citing that was done in Joe Carducci's book The Pop Narcotic; this seems to be a misconception. Bill Harper, Randy Hammon, John Palmer, Steve Lage and Jeff Myer

01 - Thing In E
02 - Every Little Song
03 - Talking To You
04 - Tahitian Melody
05 - Jammin
06 - Fox Is Sick
07 - Someones Changing
08 - Remlaps Cave Pt2
09 - Appeal To The Happy
10 - Expectations
11 - Thing In E 2
12 - Tahitian Melody 2
13 - River Deep Mountain High

Category: Oldies | Views: 1579 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-08-30

Steven Krikorian, along with friends Alan Shapazian, Steve Olson, Nick van Maarth, and Duane Scott, in 1966, formed a surf-funk/psychedelic-punk band called The Raik's Progress, which recorded a single for Liberty Records, released in 1966. Known for their Dadaist-inspired between-song routines, one reviewer described their performance while opening for Buffalo Springfield at San Francisco’s Fillmore Auditorium as being like "The Three Stooges playing strip poker with Iggy and the Stooges.” This full-length album by the band, Sewer Rat Love Chant, was eventually issued on Sundazed Records in 2003.

01 - Sewer Rat Love Chant
02 - Why Did You Rob Us, Tank
03 - 'f' In 'a'
04 - Baby, Please Don't Go
05 - Don't Need You
06 - It's No Use
07 - Call My Name
08 - All Night Long
09 - Prisoner Of Chillon
10 - Sewer Rat Love Chant [Live]
11 - Why Did You Rob Us, Tank [Live]
12 - I'm Going To Change The World

Category: Oldies | Views: 1481 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-08-30

The Reeperbahn is a street in Hamburg's St. Pauli district, one of the two centres of Hamburg's nightlife and also the city's red-light district. In the early 1960s, The Beatles (who had not yet become world-famous) played in several clubs around the Reeperbahn, including the Star-Club, Kaiserkeller, Top Ten and Indra. Stories about the band's residencies, onstage and offstage antics are legendary; some stories are true (on a dare, John Lennon played a song set in his underwear, while George Harrison replied by playing a later set with a toilet seat around his neck), others inflated (the band urinating in an alley as nuns walked past was told rather differently later). A fellow musician, Ted "Kingsize" Taylor, made a crude tape recording of their last New Year's Eve show, at the Star-Club in December 1962; a cleaned-up version of the tape was later released as an album, later characterized by Harrison as "Awful." Famously John Lennon is quoted: "I might have been born in Liverpool - but I grew up in Hamburg".In memory of this time a Beatles-Platz was built at the cross of Reeperbahn and Große Freiheit.

01 - I Saw Her Standing There
02 - I'm Going To Sit Right Down And Cry (Over You)
03 - Roll Over Beethoven
04 - The Hippy Hippy Shake
05 - Sweet Little Sixteen
06 - Lend Me Your Comb
07 - Your Feets Too Big
08 - Where Have You Been All My Life
09 - Twist And Shout
10 - Mr. Moonlight
11 - A Taste Of Honey
12 - Besame Mucho
13 - Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
14 - Kansas City (Hey Hey Hey Hey )
15 - Nothin' Shakin' (But The Leaves On The Tree)
16 - To Know Her Is To Love Her
17 - Little Queenie
18 - Falling In Love Again
19 - Sheila
20 - Be-Bop-A-Lula
21 - Hallelujah, I Love Her So
22 - Ask Me Why
23 - Red Sails In The Sunset
24 - Matchbox
25 - I'm Talking About You
26 - I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
27 - Long Tall Sally
28 - The Beatles  I Remember You

Category: The Beatles | Views: 1689 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-08-30

Unpublished songs & alternative versions 67/70

01 - Revolution
02 - Yer Blues
03 - Not Guilty
04 - Lady Madonna
05 - Tomorrow Never Knows
06 - The Bus
07 - Strawberry Fields Forever
08 - Jealous Guy
09 - Mucho Mungomount Elgar
10 - Many Rivers To Cross
11 - How Do You Sleep
12 - Subterranean Homesick Blues
13 - One After 909
14 - Get Back
15 - Mail Man, Bring Me No More Blues
16 - The Walk
17 - Two Of Us
18 - Don't Let Me Down
19 - Save The Last Dance For Me
20 - Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
21 - Strawberry Fields Forever
22 - Dig It
23 - Let It Be
24 - Her Majesty

Category: The Beatles | Views: 1596 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-08-30

The Beatles - Get Back - With Don't Let Me Down And 15 Other Songs. Tracks 1-14: George Martin mix of Let It Be material (in fact Glyn Johns mix), Tracks 15-20: "bonus trakcs" live from the Apple Studios roof-top. 30 Jan 1969

01. One After 909
02. Rocker
03. Save The Last Dance For me
04. Don't Let Me Down
05. I've got A Feeling
06. Get Back
07. For you Blue
08. Teddy Boy
09. Two Of Us
10. Dig it
11. Maggie Mae
12. Dig It
13. Let it Be
14. The Long and Winding Road
15. Get Back
16. Dont Let me Down
17. Ive Got A Feeling
18. One After 909
19. Dig A Pony
20. Get Back

Category: The Beatles | Views: 2459 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-08-30

Mixes, alternate & unreleased

01 - Sie Liebt Dich
02 - Thank You Girl
03 - All My Loving
04 - Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand
05 - I'll Cry Instead
06 - And I Love Her
07 - Any Time At All
08 - I Feel Fine
09 - She's A Woman
10 - Yes It Is
11 - We Can Work It Out
12 - The Word
13 - I'm Looking Through You
14 - I'm Only Sleeping
15 - Tomorrow Never Knows
16 - Penny Lane
17 - She's Leaving Home
18 - Only A Northern Song
19 - Hey Bulldog
20 - Blue Jay Way
21 - Sexy Sadie
22 - Helter Skelter
23 - Not Guilty
24 - Across The Universe

Category: The Beatles | Views: 1621 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-08-30

What A Shame features numerous takes and versions of the John Lennon composition "What's The New Mary Jane" which was left off the White Album.

01 - Comment About Mary Jane
02 - Whats The New Mary Jane
03 - You Know My Name (Look Up The Number) (Original Test Pressing)
04 - Whats The New Mary Jane (Demo)
05 - Whats The New Mary (First Take)
06 - Whats The New Mary Jane #2 (Unreleased Album Sessions)
07 - Whats The New Mary Jane #3 (Overdubbed Version)
08 - Whats The New Mary Jane #4 (More Overdubbed)
09 - Whats The New Mary Jane #5 (More Overdubbed)
10 - Whats The New Mary Jane #6 (Final Session  -  Unreleased Single 1969)
11 - Whats The New Mary Jane #7 (Final Take)
12 - Not Guilty #1
13 - Not Guilty #2
14 - Not Guilty #3
15 - You Know My Name (Demo)

Category: The Beatles | Views: 1762 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-08-30

A Toot and a Snore in '74 is a rare bootleg album of the final recording session in which John Lennon and Paul McCartney played together, which gained wider prominence when McCartney made reference to the session in a 1997 interview. Lennon did the same in a 1975 interview. The story is corroborated by biographies such as Christopher Sandford's 2006 McCartney.[1] Also present, though possibly not playing, at the star-studded session were Ringo Starr, Keith Moon, and Klaus Voorman. Lennon was in his "lost weekend", kicked out of the house by Yoko for a year; thus he was with his girlfriend May Pang. Sandford paints the scene very vividly, as the room froze when Paul walked in, and remained perfectly silent until John said, "Valiant Paul McCartney, I presume?" Paul responded: "Sir Jasper Lennon [a character John played during an early TV appearance skit], I presume?" Paul extended a hand, John shook it, and the mood was pleasant but subdued, cordial but not especially warm (at least initially). Paul may (says Sandford) have encouraged John to repair his marriage with Yoko, possibly at Yoko's request.

01 - A Toot And A Snore
02 - Bluesy Jam Session
03 - Studio Talk
04 - Lucille
05 - Nightmares
06 - Stand By Me
07 - Stand By Me II
08 - Stand By Me III
09 - Cupid - Take This Hammer

Category: The Beatles | Views: 1526 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-08-30

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