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Studio & live rarities. Track 1, 2 First Pink Floyd-Studio-Session, Track 3 Studio Session, October 31, 1966, Track 4 Live in London, May 12, 1967, Track 5+14 Studio outtakes 1967, Track 6-9 BBC-Session, September 30, 1967, Track 10-13 BBC-Session, December 19, 1967, Track 15 Single version, available only on USA Tower label 7", Track 16 Live in Rotterdam October 12, 1967, Track 17 Studio outtake.

01 - Lucy Leave
02 - I´m A Kingbee
03 - Interstellar Overdrive
04 - Astronomy Domine
05 - Experiment
06 - Flaming
07 - The Gnome
08 - Matilda Mother
09 - The Scarecrow
10 - Vegetable Man
11 - Pow R Toc H
12 - Scream Thy Last Scream
13 - Jugband Blues
14 - Silas Lane
15 - Flaming
16 - Reaction In G
17 - Milky Way

Category: Oldies | Views: 1689 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-01

Cahoots is the fourth album by Canadian-American rock group The Band released in 1971 and was their last all-original studio album for four years. It received only mixed reviews when it first appeared. Robbie Robertson wrote or co-wrote all but one of the album tracks, Bob Dylan's "When I Paint My Masterpiece." Robertson's occasional co-writers include Danko and Helm on "Life is a Carnival", and Van Morrison on "4% Pantomime." The album cover for Cahoots was painted by New York artist/illustrator Gilbert Stone.

01 - Life Is A Carnival
02 - When I Paint My Masterpiece
03 - Last Of The Blacksmiths
04 - Where Do We Go From Here
05 - 4% Pantomime
06 - Shoot Out In Chinatown
07 - The Moon Struck One
08 - Thinkin' Out Loud
09 - Smoke Signal
10 - Volcano
11 - The River Hymn

Category: Oldies | Views: 1382 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-01

Badger was a British rock band from the early 1970s. The band was co-founded by keyboardist Tony Kaye after he left Yes, with David Foster. The pair found drummer Roy Dyke, formerly of Ashton, Gardner & Dyke, and Dyke suggested Brian Parrish on guitar. The new band signed to Atlantic Records. Badger's first release was the live album, One Live Badger, co-produced by Jon Anderson and Geoffrey Haslam, and was taken from a show opening for Yes. In the progressive rock genre, five of the songs were co-written by the whole band, with a sixth by Parrish.

01 - Wheel Of Fortune
02 - Fountain
03 - Wind Of Change
04 - River
05 - The Preacher
06 - On The Way Home

Category: Oldies | Views: 1350 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-01

Rod Piazza formed blues band Bacon Fat in 1968. Piazza's idol and mentor, George "Harmonica" Smith joined the band and they had a "dual harp" sound. Bacon Fat released two albums the following two years. Piazza left and worked in other bands before going solo in 1974. Rod "Gingerman" Piazza - vocals, harmonica, George "Harmonica" Smith - vocals, harmonica, J.D. Nicholson - piano, vocals, Ivan "Buddy" Reed - guitar, vocals, Gregg Schaefer - guitar, mandolin, Dick Innes Jr. - drums and Jerry Smith - bass.

01 - Up The Line
02 - Boom Boom (Out Goes The Lights)
03 - Small's On 53Rd
04 - She's A Wrong Woman
05 - I Need Your Love
06 - Juicy Harmonica
07 - Nobody But You
08 - Telephone Blues
09 - You're So Fine
10 - Too Late

Category: Oldies | Views: 1586 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-01

Barefoot Jerry was and is a Nashville-based Southern rock and progressive Country band most active from 1971-1977. It was composed of area studio musicians under the tutelage of Wayne Moss, lead guitarist of Area Code 615, and other 615 alumni. This name is also used to refer to Moss and his sidemen in current reunions and other projects. Moss founded Cinderella Recording Studios and has operated it since 1960. Barefoot Jerry's first line up consisted of: Wayne Moss guitar/keyboards/vocals, Mac Gayden - guitar/keyboards/vocals, Kenneth A. Buttrey - drums, and John Harris - keyboards. This line up of Barefoot Jerry recorded the superb Southern Delight before Gayden left in 1972.

01 - Hospitality Song
02 - I'm Proud To Be A Redneck
03 - Smokies
04 - Quit While You're A Head
05 - Blood Is Not The Answer
06 - Come To Me Tonight
07 - Finishing Touches
08 - The Minstrel Is Free At Last
09 - Nobody Knows
10 - That's Ok, He'll Be Your Brother Someday

Category: Oldies | Views: 2493 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-01

Gayden left in 1972 to form his own band - Skyboat; Buttrey joined Neil Young's band. Wayne Moss and John Harris were soon joined by Russ Hicks - guitar/steel guitar/horn/vocals and Kenny Malone - drums for the equally breathtaking "Barefoot Jerry" released on Warner Brothers in 1972.

01 - Castle Rock
02 - One Woman
03 - In God We Trust
04 - Message
05 - Friends
06 - Snuff Queen
07 - Little Maggie
08 - Warm
09 - Fish 'n' Tits
10 - Ain't It Nice In Here
11 - Ebenezer

Category: Oldies | Views: 1294 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-01

Minor heroes of the East Coast garage-psych boom of the late '60s, the Druids of Stonehenge were a New York-based band. With an average age of 17, the group formed as the Druids in 1965, and that November a lineup comprised of Budge, guitarists Carl Hauser and Billy Tracy, bassist Tim Workman, and drummer Steve Tindall entered Manhattan's Nola Studios. This first session produced versions of "Who Do You Love," "Baby Please Don't Go," "Pretty Thing," and "I Put a Spell on You"; further sessions cut over the next year or so included similarly seething covers of Bo Diddley's "I (Who Have Nothing)" and "Bald Headed Woman." These earliest recordings have since been compiled onto a self-titled Sundazed mini-album, selections and performances that place the band firmly in the Rolling Stones/Pretty Things-flavored camp of brutally high-octane R&B. In 1968, the newly renamed and psychedelically realigned Druids of Stonehenge relocated to the West Coast and, signing to the Uni label, cut the single "A Garden Where Nothing Grows" and the album Creation. Notable for further stylized covers, Dylan's "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" and Love's "Signed D.C." among them, together with a fiery retread of "I Put a Spell on You," the album was recorded in two sets of sessions, the bulk at TTG in L.A., the remainder back at Nola in New York. For many years best known only for the two songs later culled for the Baubles, Vol. 1 compilation, "Six Feet Down" and "Pale Dream," Creation has also since been reissued by Sundazed.(AMG)

01 - Six Feet Down
02 - Earthless
03 - I Put A Spell On You
04 - Speed
05 - Bring It On Home (Can't Get By Alone)
06 - Painted Woman
07 - Pale Dream
08 - Signed, D.C
09 - Forgot To Begot
10 - A Garden Where Nothing Grows
11 - It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

Category: Oldies | Views: 1217 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-01

The Illinois Speed Press was an American rock band formed - originally as The Rovin' Kind - in Chicago, later relocating to California. The band was formed by Paul Cotton - later of Poco - and Kal David. According to Allmusic, their sound "combined elements of R&B and country music in a powerful double-lead-guitar attack." Paul Cotton, guitar vocals, Kal David, guitar vocals, Mike Anthony, keyboards, vocals, Fred Page, drums,  Keith Anderson, bass and Rob Lewine, bass.

01 - Get In The Wind
02 - Hard Luck Story
03 - Here Today
04 - Pay The Price
05 - P.N.S. When You Come Around
06 - Be A Woman
07 - Sky Song
08 - Beauty
09 - Free Ride
10 - Right On Time
11 - Nite People
12 - G.I.T.W. Part II (Instrumental)

Category: Oldies | Views: 1426 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-01

Life in a Tin Can is the Bee Gees' eleventh studio album, released in January 1973. The Bee Gees moved their base of operations from England, UK to Los Angeles, California, U.S. to record Life in a Tin Can. However, it was unable to prevent a commercial decline with the album criticized for a lack of innovation. Despite its low sales and poor chart performance, Life In A Tin Can was awarded "Album of the Year" by Record World magazine. This would also be the first Bee Gees album to bear the RSO label in the US. The lead track, "Saw a New Morning," contains melodic ideas that the group would revisit on the later track "Edge of the Universe." Most of Life in a Tin Can is both lyrically and musically downbeat, which perhaps reflects the brothers' mental states at the time. The album reached #10 on the Italian charts and sold 175,000 copies worldwide. "Saw a New Morning" was a number one hit in Hong Kong.

01 - I saw A New Morning
02 - I Don't Wanna Be The One
03 - South Dakota Morning
04 - Living In Chicago
05 - While I Play
06 - My Life Has Been A Song
07 - Come Home Johnny Birdie
08 - Method To My Madness

Category: The Bee Gees | Views: 1650 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-01

Between the recording of their Life In A Tin Can and Mr. Natural albums, the Bee Gees cut an entire album in Hollywood titled A Kick in the Head is Worth Eight in the Pants, working with musical arranger Jimmie Haskell. Altough a couple of songs did come out on a single in mid 1973, the group was dissatisfied with the result and decided to cancel the release of the album.

01 - A Lonely Violin
02 - Losers And Lovers
03 - Home Again Rivers
04 - Dear Mr. Kissinger
05 - Jesus In Heaven
06 - Harry's Gate
07 - Rocky L.A.
08 - Castles In The Air
09 - Where Is Your Sister
10 - Life, Am I Wasting My Time
11 - Money (With Jerry Lee Lewis)
12 - Alexanders Ragtime Band
13 - Hey Jude (With Wilson Pickett) Beatles Medley
14 - Bye Bye Blackbird

Category: The Bee Gees | Views: 2230 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-01

Main Course is the Bee Gees' thirteenth album, released in 1975 for the RSO label, and their last album to be released by Atlantic Records in the U.S. under its distribution deal with Robert Stigwood. This album marked a change for the Bee Gees as it was their first album to include disco hits, and it created the model for their output through the rest of the 1970s.

01 - Nights on Broadway
02 - Jive Talking
03 - Wind of change
04 - Songbird
05 - Fanny (Be Tender With My Love)
06 - All This Making Love
07 - Country Lanes
08 - Come On Over
09 - Edge Of The Universe
10 - Baby As You Turn Away

Category: The Bee Gees | Views: 2075 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-01

Children of the World is the Bee Gees' fourteenth album, released in September 1976. The first single, "You Should Be Dancing", went to number one in the US and Canada, and was a top ten hit in numerous other territories. The album has sold over 2.5 million copies. Because their manager Robert Stigwood had ended his U.S. distribution arrangement with Atlantic Records, Atlantic producer Arif Mardin, who had produced the Bee Gees' prior two albums, was no longer permitted to work with the group. In an effort to retain the same sound, the Bee Gees recorded at the same studios (Criteria Studios in Miami), used the same engineer (Karl Richardson) and co-produced the album themselves with Richardson and his friend, session musician Albhy Galuten. The effort succeeded, as the new album produced three hit singles, including a #1 in the U.S., just like its predecessor Main Course. It also featured the hit singles "Love So Right" and "Boogie Child" which peaked at #3 and #12 respectively in the U.S.

01   You Should Be Dancing
02   You Stepped Into My Life
03   Love So Right
04   Lovers
05   Can't Keep A Good Man Down
06   Boogie Child
07   Love Me
08   Subway
09   The Way It Was
10   Children Of The World

Category: The Bee Gees | Views: 1474 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-01

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