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Terry Winter (Thomas William Standen) was born in Brazil in 1947 from British parents. It was the first Brazilian artist to sing in English. His biggest hit, Summer Hollyday, 1972, was a huge success (at least in South America).

01 - Summer Holiday
02 - Ballony
03 - Look At Me
04 - Pretty Woman
05 - Our Love Dream
06 - Please Leave Me Alone
07 - Lovely Love
08 - I Know
09 - Tthe Whistler
10 - You´ll Notice Me
11 - Homesick
12 - Shadow Dark And Blue
13 - Something For Someone
14 - Nature

Category: Oldies | Views: 1482 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-02

Blossom Toes were an English psychedelic pop band active between 1967 and 1969. Initially known as The Ingoes, they were renamed and signed to manager Giorgio Gomelsky's Marmalade label. The original line-up comprised Brian Godding (guitar, vocals, keyboards), Jim Cregan, (guitar, vocals), Brian Belshaw (bass, vocals), and Kevin Westlake (drums). The band's debut album, We Are Ever So Clean, is a classic example of quintessentially English psychedelia. On release, it was presented in the UK music magazine Melody Maker as "Giorgio Gomelsky's Lonely Hearts Club Band". Although not a major commercial success, tracks such as "What On Earth" or "Look At Me, I'm You" have helped give the album something of a cult period status as it is unearthed by successive generations of 60s retro fans. It was recently voted Number 40 in Record Collector’s list of the "100 Greatest Psychedelic Records".

01 - Look At Me I'm You
02 - I'll Be Late For Tea
03 - The Remarkable Saga Of The Frozen Dog
04 - Telegram Tuesday
05 - Love Is
06 - What's It For
07 - People Of The Royal Parks
08 - What On Earth
09 - Mrs. Murphy's Budgerigar
10 - I Will Bring You This And That
11 - Mister Watchmaker
12 - When The Alarm Clock Rings
13 - The Intrepid Balloonist's Handbook, Volume One
14 - You
15 - Track For Speedy Freaks (Or Instant Lp Digest)
16 - Everybody's Talking
17 - Look At Me I'm You (Instrumental)
18 - I'll Be Late For Tea (Live)
19 - Mister Watchmaker (Live)
20 - I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
21 - Jim Cregan Bbc Interview
22 - Love Is (Live)
23 - Collects Little Girls (Demo)
24 - Hometime (Demo)
25 - Looking Up I'm Looking Back (Demo)

Category: Oldies | Views: 1212 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-02

St. John Green consisted of Ed Bissot (bass-vocals), Vic Sabino (harmonica-vocals), Bill Kirkland (guitar), Mike Baxter (organ-vocals), and Shel Scott (drums). St John Green, as the back cover of this album explains, were part of the "Canyon scene," a loose association of musicians and hippies based in and around Topanga Canyon in California in the late 60s. Spirit, featuring Randy California and Ed Cassidy, were the best known Canyon group. Although too patchy to be considered a "classic", this album by St John Green is a genuinely interesting period piece nevertheless, and it does include a handful of good songs.

01 - 7Th Generation Mutation
02 - Canyon Women
03 - Devil And The Sea
04 - Do You Believe
05 - Help Me Close The Door
06 - Messages From The Dead
07 - Goddess Of Death
08 - St. John Green
09 - Spirit Of Now
10 - Love Of Hate
11 - One Room Cemetary
12 - Shivers Of Pleasure

Category: Oldies | Views: 1486 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-02

From Los Angeles/California, this group made a pretty good laid back Rock record at the end of the decade that was re-issued in the '90s. This is one of those superobscure collector-type albums, probably better known for having only one existing copy than for the music contained. Nothing is known about the band Jungle except that they recorded this album in 1969. It's definitely an accomplished studio effort, with excellent recording and production. There are lots of really great swirling acid organ, good strong singing (sometimes harmonized), and some truly great isolated fuzz guitar breaks with some of the other guitar work approaching a jazzy flavor. The tunes are all originals, and while the lyrics have dated, the band still sounds great. Not only was this originally an extremely rare artifact originally, but both the CD and LP reissues were limited to 500 as well.(Westergaard, AMG)

01 - House Of Rooms
02 - Somewhere Sweet Memories
03 - Gray Picnic
04 - Changes I'm Going Through
05 - Early Morning Rising
06 - Slave Ship

Category: Oldies | Views: 1482 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-02

Pretties for You was the debut album by Alice Cooper. At this time, the name Alice Cooper referred to the band, not its lead singer, though the lead singer was known as Alice Cooper. The music has a psychedelic flavor to it. The group had yet to develop the more concise hard rock  sound that they would become known for. Most of the tracks from the album have a distinct loud and dynamic rock sound. However, very few songs have had some sort of hard rock quality. For example, the spacey hard rock song "Fields of Regret", the bluesy "Sing Low, Sweet Cheerio", and a song that sounds a lot like Alice Cooper's music later on with the band, a live version of "Levity Ball". Pretties For You was a critical and commercial failure.

01 - Titanic Overture
02 - 10 Minutes Before The Worm
03 - Sing Low, Sweet Cheerio
04 - Today Mueller
05 - Living
06 - Fields Of Regret
07 - No Longer Umpire
08 - Levity Ball (Live At The Cheetah)
09 - B. B. On Mars
10 - Reflected
11 - Apple Bush
12 - Earwigs To Eternity
13 - Changing Arranging

Category: Oldies | Views: 1258 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-02

Alexis Korner was a pioneering blues musician  and broadcaster who has sometimes been referred to as "the Founding Father of British Blues". A major influence on the sound of the British music scene in the 1960s, Korner was instrumental in bringing together various English blues musicians. In 1961, Korner and harmonica player Cyril Davies formed Blues Incorporated, initially a loose-knit group of musicians with a shared love of electric blues and R&B music. The group included, at various times, such influential musicians as Charlie Watts, Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker, Long John Baldry, Graham Bond, Danny Thompson and Dick Heckstall-Smith. It also attracted a wider crowd of mostly younger fans, some of whom occasionally performed with the group, including Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Rod Stewart, John Mayall and Jimmy Page.

01 - Robert Johnson
02 - Honky Tonk Woman
03 - I Got My Mojo Working
04 - King BB
05 - Im Your Hoochie Coochie Man
06 - I Got A Woman
07 - Operator
08 - Louisiana
09 - She Fooled Me
10 - Corina, Corina

Category: Oldies | Views: 1688 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-02

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