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Pickettywitch was a British pop group. Fronted by singer Polly Brown (also billed as Polly Browne), the group became best known for its hit single, "That Same Old Feeling", which was written by Tony Macaulay and John Macleod. It reached number five in the UK Singles Chart in 1970. The original members were Polly Brown (vocals), Chris Warren (vocals), Bob Brittain (organ), Martin Bridges (guitar), Mike Tomich (bass guitar) and Keith Hall (drums). Bridges and Tomich were replaced later in 1970 by Peter Hawkins (guitar) and Brian Stuart (bass), who would later be replaced by Paul Risi (guitar) and Paul Riordan (bass). The name Pickettywitch is often said to have been taken from a Cornish village through which their eventual lead singer, Polly Brown, had passed with her sister; in fact, there is no such village, though there is a pub of that name at Yeovil in Somerset.

01 - Please Bring Her Back Home
02 - (It's Like A) Sad Old Kinda Movie
03 - That Same Old Feeling
04 - Baby I Won't Let You Down
05 - Sound Of Silence
06 - I'll Say Bye Bye
07 - Days I Remember
08 - Two Hearts Are Better Than One
09 - There He Goes
10 - Maybe We've Been Loving Too Long

Category: Oldies | Views: 1982 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-18

Gilbert O'Sullivan is an Irish singer-songwriter, best known for his early 1970s hits "Alone Again (Naturally)", "Clair" and "Get Down". The music magazine, Record Mirror, voted him the No. 1 UK male singer of 1972. Worldwide he has charted no fewer than sixteen top forty discs; including six number one songs, the first of which was 1970's "Nothing Rhymed". At the end of 1970, O'Sullivan achieved his first UK Top 10 hit with "Nothing Rhymed", which also reached No. 1 in the Netherlands. Subsequent hits including "Underneath The Blanket Go" which also reached No. 1 in the Netherlands, "We Will" and "No Matter How I Try" followed, and in 1971 O'Sullivan issued his debut album, Himself.

01 - Intro
02 - January Git
03 - Bye
04 - Permissive Twit
05 - Matrimony
06 - Independent Air
07 - Nothing Rhymed
08 - Too Much Attention
09 - Susan Van Heusen
10 - If I Don't Get (Back Again)
11 - Thunder And Lightning
12 - Houdini Said
13 - Doing The Best I Can
14 - Outro
15 - We Will
16 - Underneath The Blanced Go
17 - No Matter How I Try

Category: Oldies | Views: 1867 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-18

Baby was a southern rock band from Texas. The band was signed to Lone Starr Records in the mid 1970s. They got the attention of the executives at Mercury Records based on their regional album sales in Texas. The album was remixed and re-released in mid 1975 on Mercury. Baby had a legion of fans in the Midwest and South in 1975-76 and headlined venues like the famed Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa while generating regional radio airplay on the band's first single, "(It's Another) Saturday Night". The band made just two albums; the self-titled album and the follow-up album called Where Did All The Money Go? released on Chelsea Records in 1976. The second album's title, Where Did All The Money Go?, summed up the feelings for the band that seemed poised for success similar to what other southern rock artists like Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Marshall Tucker Band were having in the mid-70s, but the success never came for them. Johnny Lee Schell: Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Organ, Harmonica & Vocals, John Mark Camp: Rhythm Guitars, Acoustic Guitars & Vocals, Stephen G. Crane: Bass Guitar and Vocals and Woodie Putman: Drums and Percussion

01 - (It's Another) Saturday Night
02 - Long Legged Woman
03 - Somewhere
04 - Don't Let Nobody
05 - Born & Raised On Rock & Roll
06 - Life's What You Make It
07 - A #2
08 - Starchild
09 - Hard Road
10 - So Long My Friend

Category: Oldies | Views: 2824 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-18

Badger was a British rock band from the early 1970s. By 1974, the band had been reduced to Kaye and Dyke. They recruited bassist, Kim Gardner, who had worked with Dyke in Ashton, Gardner & Dyke. Paul Pilnick, formerly of Stealers Wheel, joined on guitar, as did singer Jackie Lomax. Lomax proceeded to turn them into the type of R&B/soul band he had used on his solo albums. The band became a vehicle for Lomax's songs and singing. During this period, they released one LP, White Lady, on Epic Records, produced by Allen Toussaint. All ten songs were written or co-written by Lomax. Guests on the album included Jeff Beck (contributing a guitar solo to the title track). Before the album's release, the band had split into two factions, with Lomax and Gardner leading a short-lived band called White Lady, before Lomax returned to a solo career. "White Lady" b/w "Don't Pull the Trigger" was released as a single in May 1974.

01 - A Dream Of You
02 - Everybody... Nobody
03 - Listen To Me
04 - Don't Pull The Trigger
05 - Just The Way It Goes
06 - White Lady
07 - Be With You
08 - Lord Who Give Me Life
09 - One More Dream To Hold
10 - The Hole Thing

Category: Oldies | Views: 1684 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-18

Seatrain was an American roots fusion band based initially in Marin County, California, and later in Marblehead, Massachusetts. Seatrain was formed after the breakup of the Blues Project in 1969. The group, which recorded four albums, disbanded in 1973. Andy Kulberg - bass/flute, Richard Greene - violin, Don Kretmar - sax/bass, Jim Roberts - vocals, Teddy Irwin - guitar, Red Shepherd - vocals and Bobby Moses - drums. Sea Train is a debut album by the band, recorded in 1969.

01 - Sea Train
02 - Let The Dutchess No
03 - Pudding Street
04 - Portrait Of The Lady As A Young Artist
05 - As I Lay Losing
06 - Rondo
07 - Sweet Creek's Suiteoutwear The Hills

Category: Oldies | Views: 1772 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-18

This band, along with Sir Lord Baltimore, Yesterday's Children et al were among the East Coast's premier heavy blasters of the post-psychedelic era. Check out I Just Don't Know and Evolmia from their amazing first album on Atlantic. The second album has longer, less structured cuts with seemingly endless guitar soloing... nevertheless, both are recommended. The first album was produced by Warren Schatz and Stephen Schlaks. Peter Alongi (guitar, vocals), Michael Marine (bass, vocals), Jose Miguel De Jesus (guitar, vocals), Victor Digilie (drums) and Johnny Pacheco (perc).

01 - The Night Is Calling
02 - Train Of Life
03 - As Me Thinks
04 - Follow A Dream
05 - Beautifully Day
06 - Evolmia
07 - I Just Don't Know
08 - Hands Of A Clock
09 - Tom's Island

Category: Oldies | Views: 1856 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2010-12-18

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