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On the 17th of October 2005 the first in a legendary series of podcasts compiled by DinsdaleP was broadcast. Every week or so , a new edition followed. They continued for 114  episodes until December the 11th 2007, an astonishing amount of material in such a short space of time and very hard work for the author who shared these with us. At the time they were unique in both their content and fact they still are... and although many have tried to emulate them none have succeeded. Dinsdale has very kindly made the original lossless tapes available to Nowhere Man Records, who are privileged to present them in their entirety, along with one or two surprises.

DinsdaleP Podcast 037


- "Chaos And Creation At Abbey Road" (7-27-05)
- Thank You Girl ("Easy Beat", 6-19-63)
- For You Blue (KHJ-AM, 9-23-69)
- John's weather report (WFIL Helping Hand Marathon, 5-17-75)
- Not For Love Nor Money (demo, 10-10-79)
- "The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson" (5-7-81)
- "The Ed Sullivan Show" (2-9-64)
- Junior's Farm ("Top Of The Pops", 11-20-74)
- "Help!" radio spot (8-65)
- You're Gonna Lose That Girl (iso-based stereo remix)
- Magical Misery Tour (Lennon Remembers mix)
- Sun King/Maxwell's Silver Hammer jingles (Kenny Everett, 8-69)
DinsdaleP Podcast 038   


- Hello Goodbye (take 1, 10-2-67)
- Don't Let Me Wait Too Long (rough mix, 11-72)
- Mull of Kintyre (demo, summer 77)
- Beef Jerky (rehearsal, 7-13-74)
- Nashville Jam (Barrett mix, 6-27-70)
- Blues (rehearsal, 1-24-69)
- Sunshine Sometime (rough mix, spring 71)
- Yes It Is (take 9, 2-16-65)

DinsdaleP Podcast 039


- Pepperland (Meanie mix)
- Atmosphere into "Sgt. Pepper" (11-1-67)
- Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (RM1, 2-2-67)
- Applause into "Little Help From My Friends" (11-1-67)
- With A Little Help From My Friends (center channel iso)
- Return To Pepperland (outtake, 3-87)
- John w/Anne Nightingale (1971)
- How Do You Sleep (alternate vocal, 5-22-71)
- It Was 60 Years Ago Today (Alan Freeman birthday jingle, 7-6-87)
- "Yellow Submarine" movie trailer (7-68)
- "Yellow Submarine" press preview (7-8-68)
- Cayenne (rehearsal, spring 60)
- Animal effects for "Good Morning Good Morning" (11-1-67)
- Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (reprise) (take 5, 4-1-67)
- A Day In The Life (RM1, 1-20-67)

Category: The Beatles | Views: 1605 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-08

Band formed in Texas, which launched this unique work. A powerful blues-rock, very contagious and kicking. The album ends up sounding a bit generic, without much to add, but the quality of the material is not futile, the vocals are good, drums and bass sound with good expression. Willam Grate / lead guitar, back vocals, Richard Deleon / rhythm guitar, lead vocals, James Castillo / bass and Frudy Lianes / drums

01 - Cruising
02 - Joy
03 - Marriage
04 - Creation A Child
05 - Just A Man
06 - We Can Make It, Luv
07 - Not Mine
08 - Where Is She
09 - Mythical Dream

Category: Oldies | Views: 1387 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-08

Combining the deadpan wit of the Bonzo Dog Band and the social-conscious lyricism of the Kinks, Dead Sea Fruit helped to bring the British Invasion of the 1960s to France. Formed in 1966, the group spent three years based in Paris thrilling French audiences with their hook-laden songs. Although all but two members relocated to Dakar, Senegal, electric bassist/guitarist/vocalist Arthur Marsh, who had replaced founding member Christopher Hall in early 1967, returned to England after three months when club owners demanded that they stick to cover tunes. Dead Sea Fruit reached their apex in 1967, when their tongue-in-jowl single, "Lulu, Put Another Record On," reached the top position on the British music charts. Their self-titled album was released the same year. (AMG).

01 - The 815 And The 545
02 - Lulu, Put Another Record On
03 - Psychiatric Case
04 - Mr Barman
05 - Matters
06 - Seeds Of Disconcent
07 - I'll Come With You
08 - I've Been Away Too Long
09 - Mr Coffee Pot
10 - Time Waits For No One
11 - I Should Have Guessed
12 - Kesington High Street

Category: Oldies | Views: 1490 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-08

"This 1971 release on the Angelus label was limited to only 200 copies, so originals are worth a small fortune. Fraction, with vocalist Jim Beach bearing an uncanny vocal resemblance to Jim Morrision (although he was singing on Sunset Strip long before Morrison took to the stage), were often compared favourably with the Doors, although their quasi-religious message would probably not have found favour with the recently-departed Morrison. Indeed, this rather fine album was once famously described as the album the Doors probably wished they had made!. Underpinned by guitarist Don Swanson's superb Ritchie Blackmorestyle guitar work, this is an album full of beautiful psychedelia, acid and hard rock, at once emblematic of the era but not dated by its association. The five original compositions are all of the highest quality and the contribution of Beach's Morrison-esque vocals place a stamp of originality on the recording that endures from beginning to end."

01 - Sanc-Divided
02 - Come Out Of Her
03 - Eye Of The Hurricane
04 - Sons Come To Birth
05 - This Bird
06 - Sky High

Category: Oldies | Views: 1190 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-08

An obscure hard rock group from Ohio which may interest some collectors. In 1975, their drummer produced a flexi-disc by Pandora, another hard rock outfit. Cleveland's enigmatic Granicus recorded just one eponymous LP before fading into rock & roll oblivion, but it's an absolute gem! Quietly released by RCA in 1973, Granicus is truly an album out of time -- especially its own -- which perhaps explains its eventual commercial failure. Years on, the record acts as a veritable time capsule, taking the listener back to that tenuous transition point where late-'60s progressive rock and experimental psychedelia finally gave way once and for all to what is now considered the classic '70s hard rock sound.

01 - You're In America
02 - Bad Talk
03 - Twilight
04 - Prayer
05 - Cleveland Ohio
06 - Nightmare
07 - When You're Movin'
08 - Paradise

Category: Oldies | Views: 1260 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-08

Rare 1969 UK screaming, loud hard rock organ swirler from Ken Hensley (Gods, Uriah Heep, Toe Fat, Weed) and crew. During his time with Gods and Toe Fat, Ken Hensley recorded an album for a specific project called Head Machine. At this time, Hensley played mainly guitar again, as in the beginning of his career. The producer of the album "Orgasm” was David Paramor, who also produced The Gods’ albums. Ken Leslie (Ken Hensley) – organ/piano/guitar/vocals, John Leadhen (John Glascock) – bass guitar, Brian and Lee Poole (Brian Glascock and Lee Kerslake) – drums and Mike Road – percussion

01 - Climax - You Tried To Take It All
02 - Make The Feeling Last
03 - You Must Come With Me
04 - The Girl Who Loved, The Girl Who Loved
05 - Orgasm
06 - The First Time
07 - Scattering Seeds

Category: Oldies | Views: 1599 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-08

9.30 Fly was a British band consisted of vocalist Michael Wainwright, Lynn Oakey guitarist, bassist Gary Charman, drummer Mike Clark and vocalist / keyboardist Barbara Wainwright. The quintet recorded on the label Embey this self-titled folk-rock psycho-progressive disc in 1972. The group, in November 1972, came to serve as opening act for the Velvet Underground in the Malver Winter Gardens.

01 - Life And Times
02 - Summerdays
03 - September
04 - Unhinged
05 - Mr.509
06 - Brooklyn Thoughts
07 - Time Of War

Category: Oldies | Views: 1499 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-08

The jazz rock fussion band Ambergris, was formed by Jerry Weiss, who appeared on the debut album by Blood, Sweat & Tears. This album was produced by the great Steve Cropper.

01 - Something Happened To Me
02 - Play On Player
03 - Gotta Find Her
04 - Chocolate Pudding
05 - Forget It, I Got It
06 - Walking On The Water
07 - Sunday Lady
08 - Home Groan
09 - Soul Food
10 - Endless Night

Category: Oldies | Views: 1998 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-08

Credited to Argus, this album should have be titled as an "Argus” / "Anaconda” split album because it comprises material of two very different groups. Dave Wagstaffe's first bands, Argus was an English blues hard rock band and Anaconda was a jazz rock outfit. Recorded live by Argus at Brondesbury Park, London, 1973 (tracks 1-5) and recorded live by Anaconda at The George Finsbury Park, London, 1977 (tracks 6-12). Dave Wagstaffe, drums, Mick Pearl, bass, Del Watkins, guitar and Ken Lewis, vocals (Argus) and Dave Wagstaffe, drums, Randy Spence guitar, vocals, Rod Newington, bass and "Mad" Reg, flute (Anaconda).


01 - Friend Of Mine
02 - Road Of Life
03 - Twenty-Four Hours
04 - Same Old Story
05 - Superstition


06 - Funk Song
07 - Why Can't They Leave Us Alone
08 - Take No Chance
09 - Drum Thing
10 - Jubilee Shuffle
11 - 77 St. Thomas Road Part 1
12 - 77 St. Thomas Road Part 2

Category: Oldies | Views: 2102 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-08

Armaggedon was a late sixties german hard/heavy blues rock band, Frank Diez (guitar,vocals), Manfred Galatik (keyboards, bass), Michael Nürnberg (bass, guitar) and Jürgen Lorenzen (drums). Their self-titled album is a heavy progressive masterpiece with excellent, Hendrix-influenced guitar work and vocals by Frank Diez. Armageddon was the start of his long and impressive career. Their album had six tracks, and two of them were cover versions. Most impressive was the 10 minute version of Jeff Beck Group's "Rice Pudding". This track had some of the greatest heavy guitar riffing to appear on a German record.(SW)

01 - Round
02 - Open
03 - Oh Man
04 - Rice Pudding
05 - People Talking
06 - Better By You, Better Than Me

Category: Oldies | Views: 1289 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-08

British progresive rock band, Ted Bartlett / vocals, Dave Cook / bass, Rodney Harrison / guitar, vocals, Peter Orgil / violin, James Smith / vocals and Ian Snow / drums. This album, which is a cross between Fantasy and The Moody Blues (circa 1971), is worth checking out. Asgard came from the West Country and their first 45 was produced by Tony Clarke. They were also one of the first bands signed by Gerry Hoff, head of The Moody Blues' Threshold label. Rod Harrison had previously played in Please and Bulldog Bread, whilst James Smith and Ian Snow went on to Stonehouse.

01 - In the Realm of Asgaerd
02 - Friends
03 - Town Crier
04 - Austin Osman Spare
05 - Children of a New Born Age
06 - Time
07 - Lorraine
08 - Starquest

Category: Oldies | Views: 1541 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-08

Produced by Joel Sill, Atlee were a good hard-rock quartet from California. All the tracks on their sole album were penned by Yeager and demonstrate the band's skill and their sense of humour: Jesus People, Dirty Sheets, Dirty Old Man, Let's Make Love are just some highlights of a very consistent album. Still working with Michael Stevens, Atlee Yeager would go on to issue another album on Chelsea in 1973. Don Francisco, drums, vocals, Bruce Schaffer, Keyboards, Vocals, Michael Stevens, guitar, vocals and Atlee Yager, lead vocals, bass

01 - Rip You Up
02 - Swamp Rythm
03 - Painted Ladies
04 - Jesus People
05 - Let?s Make Love
06 - Will Get Together
07 - Dirty Old Man
08 - Ain?t That The Way
09 - Dirty Sheets

Category: Oldies | Views: 1611 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-08

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