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Jan and Dean were a rock and roll duo, popular from the late 1950s through the mid 1960s, consisting of William Jan Berry and Dean Ormsby Torrence. They became associated with the vocal "surf music" craze that was later popularised by The Beach Boys. Popsicle is the 16th album of the duo, arranged & produced by Jan Berry and Snuff Garrett, released in 1966 by Liberty Records.

01 - Popsicle
02 - The Restless Surfer
03 - She's My Summer Girl
04 - Down At Malibu Beach
05 - Summer Means Fun
06 - Tennessee
07 - Norwegian Wood
08 - A Surfer's Dream
09 - Surf Route 101
10 - Surfin' Wild
11 - Waimea Bay
12 - One-Piece Topless Bathing Suit

Category: Oldies | Views: 1515 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-05

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. Shocking You aka Third Album is an album released in 1971 by Pink Elephant Records.

01 - Venus
02 - Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind
03 - Long And Lonesome Road
04 - Send Me A Postcard Darling
05 - Hot Sand
06 - Mighty Joe
07 - Blossom Lady
08 - Hello Darkness
09 - Time Slips Away
10 - Shocking You
11 - Pickin' Tomatoes
12 - Fireball Of Love
13 - Never Marry A Railroad Man
14 - Velvet Heaven
15 - Roll Engine Roll

Category: Oldies | Views: 1662 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-05

CD reissue of this unreleased album of West Coast psych recordings from 1969. Monstrous & unreleased at the time heavy/psychedelic/West Coast artifact of the highest order. This is one of the five best-ever promo-only releases to emerge from California. Only released in a quantity of a couple of copies to get a major record deal that never materialized. Three of the songs were used in a low-budget biker flick called Black Angels. The original demo LP had only a plain black label with no kinds of credits. The original producer told us that a demo-only LP was released by The Zoo after the Chocolate Moose album. The slightly different line-up had the name Joyful Noise (you can see a scan of the acetate in Hans Pokora's 4001 Record Collector's Dreams) but at this time they were looking for a tougher name to fit to the music and they found Mad Dog. Under this name a couple of test pressings were done. So we made a re-release deal straight away. To our surprise the guy told us, after hearing the tape, that he knew the music and that it had already been re-released by another label without any kinds of info using the numbers from the dead end part of the vinyl which was C1/C2! The C was for Cavett, the producer's name. Since the project was already paid, we decided to go on with the release to please collectors with an amazing remastering straight from the master tapes, and an insert with unseen pictures and a band bio written by Morgan Cavett. Howard M. Leese (lead guitar, background vocals), Terry Gottlieb (bass, background vocals), Vincent "Murphy" Carfagna (rhythm guitar), Steve Goldstein (drums, percussion) and Gary Witkosky (lead vocals, background vocals, tenor sax, flute)

01 - Suite For Two Guitars
02 - Military Disgust
03 - Ala Ala
04 - Fort Huachuca Blues
05 - Everything's Alright
06 - Dawn Of The Seventh Sun
07 - The Fast Song
08 - When It Touches You
09 - Soulful Bowlful
10 - Free Fall

Category: Oldies | Views: 1753 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-05

Beggars Opera were a progressive rock band from Glasgow, Scotland, and were formed in Glasgow in 1969 by guitarist Ricky Gardiner. Members: Ricky Gardiner (Guitar), Alan Park (Organ), Martin Griffiths (Vox), and Marshall Erskine (Bass) and Raymond Wilson (Drums). Virginia Scott (Mellotron) and Gordon Sellar (Bass) joined in 1971. Waters Of Change is the second album of the band, released in 1971.

01 - Time Machine
02 - Lament
03 - I've No Idea
04 - Nimbus
05 - Festival
06 - Silver Peacock Intro
07 - Silver Peacock
08 - Impromptu
09 - The Fox

Category: Oldies | Views: 1466 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-05

October Country was created in 1967 by singer, musician and composer Michael Lloyd, who with 13 years of age was "under the wing of the famous producer Kim Fowley. Michael Lloyd - guitar, composer, songwriter, Caryle (Carol) De Franca - female vocals, Joe De Franca - vocals, Marty Earle - guitar, Bob Wian - keyboards, Bruce Wayne - bass and Eddie Beram - drums. The group, created for this sole LP, disbanded after the recording. About the music, an obvious influence of Lloyd's favorite The Beatles (Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band) and The Beach Boys (Pet Sounds).

01 - October Country
02 - Painted Sky
03 - Little Boy Smiling
04 - She's Been Away
05 - Good To Be Around
06 - I Was A Fire
07 - Cowboys And Indians
08 - I Just Don't Know
09 - End Of The Line
10 - My Girlfriend Is A Witch
11 - Caryle's Theme
12 - Baby What I Mean
13 - October Country (Mono)
14 - I Just Don't Know (Mono)
15 - I Wish I Was A Fire (Mono)
16 - Cowboys And Indians (Mono)
17 - My Girlfriend Is A Witch (Bonus Track)

Category: Oldies | Views: 1294 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-05

Ptarmigan was formed in Vancouver B.C. in 1970 by Michael Bieling, James Lithgow and Glen Dias. The band performed in coffee houses and small venues around the Vancouver Island and Victoria areas and attracted the attention of world renowned American flautist Paul Horn who had just moved to B.C. They began writing songs with Bieling accompanying on congas & soon added Dennis Lelonde on alto sax, piano & vocals; Monte Nordstrom on 12 string guitar & vocals with a second percussionist, Shawn Mullins. The sextet performed on Vancouver lsland & eventually came to the attention of the renowned flautist Paul Horn  who had moved to Victoria, BC to escape the rigours of life in Los Angeles.  He was impressed with the group's unorthodox style & encouraged the band to stay in touch.  When the group fragmented with Lithgow & Bieling departing Peter Wheeler, an American percussionist, joined the band. Ptarmigan's music creates passages of flowing dreamy progressive almost psychedelic folk. Glen Dias : lead vocal, alto, tenor  & bass recorder, incidental percussion, Monte Nordstrom : vocals, 12 string guitar (lead vocals on "A great northern Lake"), Kat Hendrikse : drums, Dave Field : acoustic bass, Richard Mayer : electric bass (on "The Island") and Peter Wheeler : hand drums.

01 - Rise
02 - Go Dancing
03 - The Island-Intro
04 - The Island-Preamble
05 - The Island-Main Theme
06 - Vancouver-Reflections
07 - Vancouver-The City
08 - Night Of The Gulls-On The Water
09 - A Hymn Tio The Ocean & A Great Nothern Lake-Ocean Song
10 - A Hymn Tio The Ocean & A Great Nothern Lake-Afternoon Rain
11 - Coquihalla
12 - Chimborazo(Bonus Track)
13 - Chimborazo-Studio Tag(Bonus Track)

Category: Oldies | Views: 1312 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-05

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