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Two Rolling Stones platters chock full of rare stereo mixes as prepared the way only the good folks at Mickboy remasters can do. Disc 1 is a clever combination of the UK and US releases of Aftermath along with a smattering of 5 bonus tracks all in stereo. Disc 2 is composed of an aural smorgasboard of Stones 60 s classics all in remixed stereo. (FBJ)

Disc 1

01 - Mothers Little Helper
02 - Paint It Black
03 - Stupid Girl
04 - Lady Jane
05 - Under My Thumb
06 - Doncha Bother Me
07 - Think
08 - What To Do
09 - Flight 505
10 - High And Dry
11 - Out Of Time
12 -  Lady Jane
13 - Its Not Easy
14 - I Am Waiting
15 - Take It Or Leave It
16 - Going Home
17 - Paint It Black
18 - Sad Day
19 - Long Long While
20 - Ride On Baby

Disc 2

21 - Intro
22 - 19th Nervous Breakdown
23 - If You Need Me
24 - Empty Heart
25 - 2120 South Michigan Avenue
26 - Confessin The Blues
27 - Around And Around
28 - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
29 - Time Is On My Side
30 - Heart Of Stone
31 - The Last Time
32 - Get Off Of My Cloud
33 - (I Cant Get No) Satisfaction
34 - Its All Over Now
35 - Play With Fire
36 - Tell Me Baby
37 - Down The Road Apiece
38 - Meet Me In The Bottom
39 - Brians Blues
40 - I Cant Be Satisfied
41 - Dont Lie To Me
42 - Look What You've Done
43 - Looking Tired
44 - What A Shame
45 - I Can See It

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Category: The Rolling Stones | Views: 3263 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-09

Garage psych band from Cleveland, Ohio, Damnation of Adam Blessing scored only a few regional hits and barely dented the national charts, but artistically, they were far and away more original and innovative than any band from their hometown and could even make that case with plenty from outside Ohio. Damnation's focus was obviously on contemporary hard rock, but the arrangements were far more advanced. While most heavy rock acts featured screaming or shouting vocalists, Damnation tested the waters with low-range, gospel-like harmonies and Adam Blessing's grinding yet melodic leads. Songs would quickly shift from simple rock arrangements into idiosyncratic middle-eights - sometimes over a pounding rhythm by drummer Bill Schwark and bassist Ray Benich, sometimes enhancing a ballad. And when it came to hooks, Damnation could lure in the listener almost every time. And yet, outside of their four albums and a brief appearance in a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame exhibit on Cleveland bands, little evidence remains. As literally hundreds of inferior contemporaries have seen their albums reissued on CD, not a single note of Damnation music has entered the digital realm. It's a damned shame - or rather, shameful. A band that infused broad influences of the Beatles, Vanilla Fudge, John Mayall, and Stax/Motown into its own sound deserves, at the very least, some sort of tribute. Adam Blessing [Bill Constable] (lead vocals), Bob Kalamasz (lead guitar, backing vocals), Jim Quinn (rhythm guitar, backing vocals), Ray Benick (bass guitar), Bill Schwark (drums), Kenny Constable (lead vocals, backing vocals) (Doug Sheppard)

01 - Cookbook
02 - Morning Dew
03 - Le' Voyage
04 - You Don't Love Me
05 - Strings and Things
06 - Last Train to Clarksville
07 - Dreams
08 - Hold On
09 - Lonely

Category: Oldies | Views: 1211 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-09

Fuzzy Duck was an English progressive rock group from London, formed in 1970. Their self-titled studio album Fuzzy Duck was released in 1971. It featured Mick Hawksworth of Five Day Week Straw People and Andromeda, as well as Crazy World of Arthur Brown keyboardist Roy Sharland. Paul Francis - drums, Mick Hawksworth - bass, Roy Sharland - organ and Graham White - lead vocals, guitar

01 - Time Will Be Your Doctor
02 - Mrs. Prout
03 - Just Look Around You
04 - Afternoon Out
05 - More Than I Am
06 - Country Boy
07 - In Our Time
08 - A Word From Big D
09 - Double Time Woman (Bonus)
10 - Big Brass Band (Bonus)
11 - One More Hour (Bonus)
12 - No Name Face (Bonus)

Category: Oldies | Views: 1180 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-09

A British blues-rock band whose album is now an ultra-rarity. There's also been a limited edition (300 copies) release of live material, Diamonds In The Dirt, by the band. Produced by Geoff Gill, the Red Dirt album mostly comprises heavy blues-rock tracks, which are unlikely to have much appeal beyond fans of this genre. The only variation to this format comes with the opening cut Memories, the melodic Song For Pauline, the country-influenced Death Of A Dream and the final cut I've Been Down So Long, but unless you're heavily into blues-rock don't spend a small fortune on this album. Ken Giles, bass, Steve Howden, guitar, lead vocals, bass, Steve Jackson, drums and Dave Richardson, steel guitar, piano, harmonica, vocals.

01 - Memories
02 - Death Letter
03 - Problems
04 - Song For Pauline
05 - Ten Seconds to go
06 - In the morning
07 - Maybe I'm right
08 - Summer Madness laced with newbald gold
09 - Death of a dream
10 - Gimme a shot
11 - Brain worker
12 - I've been down so long
13 - Mixed blessing
14 - Wilting tree
15 - Three fair maidens
16 - Back alley Sally

Category: Oldies | Views: 1628 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-09

After The Nice disbanded, Emerson finding further fame in ELP, bassist-vocalist Lee Jackson will form his own group Jackson Heights, Brian Davison will form his own group as well, the ultra low-key Every Which Way and they would record two albums, which are now rare and very sought-after, for both of them are rather good. Produced by Davison, but holding only the drum stool, leaving the others take the spotlight, some of the members are known to progheads: Graham Bell on keys and lead vocals, and Allan Cartwright on bass are not exactly newcomers, and Geoffrey Peach on flute and sax giving much interest in the group's sound. Sonically, they sound like a proggy Ten Years After and Traffic. Sadly the albums will sink without a trace, and a few months later, both Brian and Lee would team up with Swiss KB-wiz Patrick Moraz to create the new The Nice.

01 - Bed Ain't What It Used To Be
02 - Castle Sand
03 - Go Placidly
04 - All In Time
05 - What You Like
06 - The Light

Category: Oldies | Views: 1395 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-09

Thomas Richard "Tommy" Bolin  was an American-born guitarist who played with Zephyr (from 1969 to 1971), The James Gang (from 1973 through 1974), Deep Purple (from 1975 to 1976), and his solo work. He was found dead from a heroin overdose on December 4, 1976 in Miami Florida, at the age of 25. Private Eyes is the second solo album by Tommy Bolin. This was Bolin's last album, as he died while on the promotional tour, opening for Jeff Beck.

01 - Bustin' Out For Rosey
02 - Sweet Burgundy
03 - Post Toastee
04 - Shake The Devil
05 - Gypsy Soul
06 - Someday, We'll Bring Our Love Home
07 - Hello, Again
08 - You Told Me That You Loved Me

Category: Oldies | Views: 1172 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-01-09

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