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Canadian beat/mod group formed in St Catharines, Ontario in 1963 (as The Lintels). Fraser Loveman (vocals), Joe Colonna (bass), Robbie Jeffrey (drums), Greig Foster (guitar) and Mike Gorgichuk (guitar). The band only performed cover tunes, but the fans didn't care. They couldn't get enough and so, to fill the demand, the British Modbeats released the Doris Troy song "Whatcha Gonna Do About It" in 1966 followed by their debut album 'Mod Is The British Modbeats' in 1967. The album spawned a hit single in "Somebody Help Me" followed by two others. The group would rise to the occasion with opening slots for The Rascals, The Byrds, The McCoys and play Expo '67 plus a pit stop at The Scene in New York City. Disbanded in 1968.

01 - Watcha Gonna Do About It.mp3
02 - Love's Just A Broken Heart.mp3
03 - The Price Of Love.mp3
04 - Ain't Nobody Home But Me.mp3
05 - Lsd.mp3
06 - Land Of  A 1000 Dances.mp3
07 - Somebody Help Me.mp3
08 - Sorrow.mp3
09 - More Love.mp3
10 - Try To Understand.mp3
11 - Don't Answer Me.mp3

Category: Oldies | Views: 2221 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-03

Shocking Blue was a Dutch rock band from The Hague, the Netherlands, formed in 1967. Their biggest hit, "Venus", went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1970, and the band had sold 13.5 million discs by 1973, but the group disbanded in 1974. The initial line-up consisted of Robbie van Leeuwen (guitar, sitar and backing vocals), Fred de Wilde (vocals), later replaced by Mariska Veres in 1968, Klaasje van der Wal (bass guitar) and Cor van der Beek (drums).At Home is the second album by Shocking Blue, released in 1969. American listeners tend to remember Shocking Blue as the one-hit wonder behind the chart-topper "Venus," a melting pot of rock rhythms, country guitar licks, organ riffs, and Mariska Veres' heavily accented vocals. Sounding something like a cross between "96 Tears" and "Sugar, Sugar," "Venus" was not entirely representative of the group's second album.  Shocking Blue purveyed a mild strain of psychedelic rock, but leaned more toward country and folk music than bubblegum.

01 - Boll Weevil
02 - I ll Write Your Name Through The Fire
03 - Acka Raga
04 - Love Machine
05 - I m A Woman
06 - Venus
07 - California Here I Come
08 - Poor Boy
09 - Long And Lonesome Road
10 - Love Buzz
11 - The Butterfly And I
12 - Harley Davidson
13 - Fireball Of Love
14 - Hot Sand
15 - Wild Wind

Category: Oldies | Views: 1303 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-03

Wigwam is a Finnish progressive rock band formed in 1968. Wigwam was founded after the split of the seminal Blues Section, with whom drummer Ronnie Österberg had played before. He formed the band as a trio, but soon brought in British expatriate singer/songwriter Jim Pembroke (also in BS) and organist Jukka Gustavson. A year later, Pekka Pohjola joined on bass. Kim Fowley produced Wigwam's second album Tombstone Valentine (1970). This album also featured an excerpt of Erkki Kurenniemi's electronic composition 'Dance of the Anthropoids'. Tombstone Valentine was released by Wigwam in 1970. While the previous album Hard 'n' Horny was more of a jazz influenced album, Tombstone Valentine in one of their more pop-ish albums. The album sounds more like the records of the "Deep Pop" era than the records of the progressive rock era. Unlike the other Wigwam albums, this was produced by "non-Finnish" producer, the American Kim Fowley.

01 - Tombstone Valentine
02 - In Gratitude
03 - Dance Of The Anthropoids
04 - Frederick & Bill
05 - Wishful Thinker
06 - Autograph
07 - 1936 Lost In The Snow
08 - Let The World Ramble On
09 - For America
10 - Captain Supernatural
11 - End

Category: Oldies | Views: 1288 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-03

Sly and the Family Stone are 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. A Whole New Thing is the debut album of Sly & the Family Stone, released in 1967 on Epic/CBS Records. The album was released to mixed criticism and failed to make an impact from a commercial standpoint and did not chart. CBS Records executive Clive Davis prevailed upon band leader Sly Stone to create a more commercial album; the result was the album Dance to the Music. Unlike later Sly and the Family Stone albums, A Whole New Thing was recorded live in the studio instead of being overdubbed and featured less of a pop feel than later releases such as Dance to the Music and Stand!. The lead vocals are shared between Sly Stone, Freddie Stone, and Larry Graham; Rose Stone would not join the band until they began work on Dance to the Music.

01 - Underdog
02 - If This Room Could Talk
03 - Run Run Run
04 - Turn Me Loose
05 - Let Me Hear It From You
06 - Advice
07 - I Cannot Make It
08 - Trip To Your Heart
09 - I Hate To Love Her
10 - Bad Risk
11 - That Kind Of Person
12 - Dog
13 - What Would I Do

Category: Oldies | Views: 1297 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-03

Whether Big Brother & the Holding Company would have made any waves at all in the late-'60s San Francisco music scene sans Janis Joplin could be argued. Be A Brother is a good indicator of what they would have sounded like without her amazing voice. Recorded in 1970, guitarist David Schallock and singer/songwriter/producer Nick Gravenites were added to help fill the space created with the absence of Joplin. These ten original compositions include "Home on the Strange," "Mr. Natural," "Funkie Jim," and "I'll Change Your Flat Tire, Merle" dedicated to Merle Haggard. This is a decent blues-based session similar to early Butterfield Blues Band records, which isn't a bad thing at all.

01 - Keep On
02 - Joseph´s Coast
03 - Home On Strange
04 - Someday
05 - Heartache People
06 - Sunshine Baby
07 - Mr Natural
08 - Funkie Jim
09 - I´ll Change Your Flat T Tire Merie
10 - Be A Brother

Category: Oldies | Views: 1258 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-03

Recorded live at The Royal Albert Hall, March 15, 1975. Rod Stewart, vocals, Keith Richards, guitar, vocals, Ron Wood, guitar, vocals, Bill Wyman, bass, Charlie Watts, drums, Kenny Jones, percussion, Ian Stewart, piano, Billy Preston, organ, vocals and Nicky Hopkins, piano

01 - Am I Grooving You
02 - Somebody
03 - Mystifies Me
04 - Take A Look At The Guy

Category: The Rolling Stones | Views: 1399 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-09-03

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