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Bus Stop fom 1966, was the fourth American release of the band. US Imperial Bus Stop album made of songs clipped from earlier albums climbed to #75, the group's first US album to enter the Top 100. Several of The Hollies' early albums included group compositions, usually listed under the pseudonym "L.Ransford"

01 - Bus Stop
02 - Just One Look
03 - I Can't Let Go
04 - Here I Go Again
05 - I'm Alive
06 - Look Through Any Window
07 - Stop Stop Stop
08 - Pay You Back With Interest
09 - On A Carousel
10 - Carrie Anne
11 - Sorry Suzanne
12 - Jennifer Eccles
13 - Dear Eloise
14 - King Midas In Reverse
15 - Do The Best You Can
16 - Long Dark Road
17 - Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress
18 - Another Night
19 - The Air That I Breathe
20 - He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother

Category: Oldies | Views: 1658 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

Help Yourself, known to their fans as "The Helps", were an English rock band of the early 1970s whose style developed from "American-flavoured country-rock… …to acid-drenched psych.”. Help Yourself formed in London in 1970, originally as a backing band for singer-songwriter Malcolm Morley, who had left Sam Apple Pie and been signed as a solo act by Famepushers. Malcolm Morley – keyboards,guitar, vocals, Richard Treece – guitar, bass, vocals, Dave Charles – drums, percussion, vocals, Ken Whaley – bass, Paul Burton – bass, guitar, vocals, Jonathan "Jojo" Glemser – guitar, Ernie Graham – guitar, vocals, Sean Tyla – guitar, vocals. Beware of the Shadow, the third album, was released in late 1972, but none of the first three albums sold well. The Helps appealed to a hippie audience such as fans of The Grateful Dead and Quicksilver Messenger Service so they were moderately successful in the U.S. but never toured there.

01 - Alabama Lady
02 - Re-Affirmation
03 - Calapso
04 - She's My Girl
05 - Molly Bake Bean
06 - American Mother
07 - Passing Through

Category: Oldies | Views: 1617 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

Spirogyra are a British folk/prog band that recorded three albums between 1971 and 1973, with another original album in 2009. Martin Cockerham (vocals/guitar) and Mark Francis originally formed Spirogyra as a duo in Bolton, Lancashire in the summer of 1967. When Martin went to the University of Kent at Canterbury in 1969 he expanded the band to include fellow students Barbara Gaskin (vocals), Steve Borrill (bass guitar), and Julian Cusack (violin). They were soon spotted by student union entertainments officer Max Hole, who offered to manage them and got them a recording contract with B&C Records. Their debut album, St. Radigunds, was named after the street that their student house was on. It established them as a cult act on the underground club circuit, and sold respectably.

01 - The Future Won't Be Long
02 - Island
03 - Magical Mary
04 - Captain's Log
05 - At Home In The World
06 - Cogwheels Crutches And Cyanide
07 - Time Will Tell
08 - We Were A Happy Crew
09 - Love Is Afunny Thing
10 - The Duke Of Beaufoot

Category: Oldies | Views: 1304 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

The Purple Gang are a British rock band active intermittently since the 1960s. Although they were associated with the London psychedelic scene, they originated in Stockport, then in Cheshire, as a jugband. The band adopted the name, The Purple Gang, when they changed their image to the well-dressed, clean-cut "gangster" style in the 1960s. In London, they engaged Joe Boyd as their record producer, and shared a studio with Pink Floyd as they recorded their first single, "Granny Takes A Trip" (named after the eponymous shop in the Kings Road). Most of their songs were written by their early members: guitarist Joe Beard, and organist Geoff Bowyer. Some other members were vocalist Pete Walker, jug / banjo player Ank Langley and mandolin / harmonica player Gerry Robinson. Their musical influences and styles are varied, from country and western, through psychedelic, to rock music. Purple Gang Strikes is the debut album of the band, their second album, Night of the Uncool, was recorded and released, with a partially different line-up, 30 years later in 1998.

01 - Auntie Monica
02 - Bootleg Whisky
03 - Viola Lee Blues
04 - The Wizard
05 - Mr. Aldred Jones
06 - Granny Takes A Trip
07 - Overseas Stomp
08 - Freightliner
09 - The Sheik
10 - Rising Sun
11 - Kiss Me Goodnight Sally Green
12 - Carlo's Circus (Unreleased bonus track)
13 - Madam Judge (Unreleased bonus track)
14 - Brown Shoes (Unreleased bonus track)
15 - The King Comes Riding (Unreleased bonus track)

Category: Oldies | Views: 1875 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

Taste was an Irish rock and blues band formed in 1966 and gained fame in large part, because of their unique style, and the talent and charisma of the band's founder, songwriter and musician Rory Gallagher. The band, a power trio, also moved on to make history as one of the first three acts to perform on the televised studio program, Rockpalast, in Germany.

01 - Blister On The Moon
02 - Leaving Blues
03 - Sugar Mama
04 - Same Old Story
05 - Catfish
06 - What's Going On
07 - Railway And Gun
08 - Morning Sun
09 - Eat My Words
10 - I'll Remember
11 - I'm Moving On
12 - If The Was Any Longer
13 - If I Don't Sing, I'll Cry.
14 - Born On The Wrong Side Of Time
15 - Dual Carriageway Pain
16 - On The Boards
17 - It's Happened Before, It'll Happen Again
18 - Hail

Category: Oldies | Views: 1570 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

British Heavy Progressive band. One of the most obscure release from England (the history of the band and whereabouts of the musicians are still unknown) and most-searched after vinyl by collectors. In any way, shape or form, this album is a real must if you love heavy prog. This is not Bruce Springsteen's early band (69-71) of the same name.

01 - Blood Runs Deep
02 - Summers Child
03 - Mijo And The Laying Of The Whi
04 - Treadmill
05 - Green Eyed God
06 - Turn The Page Over
07 - Black Jewel Of The Forest
08 - Har Fleur
09 - Get On The Line (Bonus)
10 - Zang Will (Bonus)

Category: Oldies | Views: 1579 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

Today! is the eighth studio album by The Beach Boys, and their first of three in 1965. Although few realized the significance of the album at the time, Today! marked a major turning point inside the band's world, and in particular, leader Brian Wilson's personal life. After Pet Sounds, the album is arguably the most acclaimed album of the Beach Boys' career. The album includes the original version of the classic hit, "Help Me, Rhonda". In 1965, Today! hit #4 in the US during a chart stay of 50 weeks. It reached #6 in the UK in the summer of 1966.

01 - Do You Wanna Dance
02 - Good To My Baby
03 - Don't Hurt My Little Sister
04 - When I Grow Up (To Be A Man)
05 - Help Me, Rhonda
06 - Dance, Dance, Dance
07 - Please Let Me Wonder
08 - I'm So Young
09 - Kiss Me, Baby
10 - She Knows Me Too Well
11 - In The Back Of My Mind
12 - Bull Session With 'Big Daddy'

Category: Oldies | Views: 1291 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

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). Formed in Cleveland, OH. Glory is their final album, recorded in 1973. The Damnation Of Adam Blessing - Glory released their final album in 1973, but not under the same name. There were some changes in the group’s direction prior to the release of this album. After being dropped by United Artist, the group broke up and then resurfaced as Glory. Ironically the label Avalanche released the album - they were a subsidiary of UA. Adam Blessing reverted back to his given name Bill Constable, and brother Ken also joined the group on vocals and guitar. Ken had a higher voice than Bill, so this made for a splendid give and take between the two brothers, and some soaring sweet harmonies were the product of that sibling vocal tandem.

01 - Sunny Days
02 - Find Out Lover
03 - I Got A Feeling
04 - Mrs. Walker
05 - You Can Believe
06 - Hot Momma
07 - Get Up
08 - Nightmare
09 - Dawn

Category: Oldies | Views: 1214 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

The Move, from Birmingham, England, were one of the leading British rock bands of the 1960s. They scored nine Top 20 UK singles in five years, but were among the most popular British bands not to find any success in the United States. Looking On is the third album by The Move, released in the UK in December 1970. The LP is their first to feature Jeff Lynne, their first containing entirely original compositions, and the first on the Fly label, its catalogue number being FLY 1. It includes both their 1970 singles, the Top 10 hit "Brontosaurus," released on Regal Zonophone in March, and the less successful "When Alice Comes Back To The Farm," released on Fly in October. Looking On is generally regarded as the hardest rocking, least popular and most eclectic album in the Move's catalogue, as it presents the band dabbling in heavy metal ("Brontosaurus,") blues, ("When Alice Comes Back to the Farm"), ("Turkish Tram Conductor Blues"), prog-style epics ("Open Up Said the World at the Door"), soul ("Feel Too Good"), or, in the case of the title track, all four styles mashed together.

01 - Looking On
02 - Turkish Tram Conductor Blues
03 - What
04 - When Alice Comes Back To The Farm
05 - Open Up Said The World At The Door
06 - Brontosaurus
07 - Blackberry Way
08 - Something
09 - Curly
10 - This Time Tomorrow
11 - Lightning Never Strikes Twice

Category: Oldies | Views: 1773 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

The Flock was a Chicago-based jazz-rock band that released two records on Columbia records in 1969 (The Flock) and 1970 (Dinosaur Swamps). The Flock did not achieve the commercial success of other Columbia jazz-rock groups of the era such as Chicago and Blood Sweat & Tears, but were most notable for their inclusion of a prominent violin in their recordings. The violinist, Jerry Goodman, went on to become a member of Mahavishnu Orchestra and a solo artist. The members at the time of their 1969 studio recording were Fred Glickstein (guitar, lead vocals), Jerry Goodman (violin), Jerry Smith (bass), Ron Karpman (drums), Rick Canoff (saxophone), Tom Webb (saxophone) and Frank Posa (trumpet). The Flock, from 1969, is the self-titled debut album by The Flock.

01 - Introduction
02 - Clown
03 - I Am The Tall Tree
04 - Tired Of Waiting
05 - Store Bought - Store Thought
06 - Truth

Category: Oldies | Views: 1959 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

The Human Expression is a psychedelic rock band from Los Angeles that released three well-regarded singles and made additional demo recordings between 1966 and 1967. The band formed in 1966, with the members coming from Westminster, California, and Tustin, California (both in Orange County). Jim Quarles, lead vocals, Jim Foster, rhythm guitar, Tom Hamilton, bass guitar, Armand Poulin, drums and Martin Eshleman, lead guitar. With no album released during their life, the band's work was compiled in Love at Psychedelic Velocity from 1994.

01 - Everynight (Demo)
02 - Readin' Your Will (Demo)
03 - Everynight (Single)
04 - Love At Psychedelic Velocity (Single)
05 - Calm Me Down (Demo)
06 - Optical Sound (Demo)
07 - Calm Me Down (Single)
08 - Optical Sound (Single)
09 - I Don't Need Nobody (Single)
10 - Sweet Child Of Nothingness (Single)
11 - Outside Of It All (Unreleased)
12 - Following Me (Unreleased)
13 - Who Is Burning (Unreleased)
14 - You Need Lovin' Too (Unreleased)

Category: Oldies | Views: 1504 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

This collection of US Garage Psychedelia, originally appeared in 1968. Though the band was marketed as being from Australia, they were in fact New Yorkers, whose short, sharp songs, snarling guitar and aggressive rhythms anticipate the Punk music with wich the city would become so associated a few years later. Elsewhere on the album are some decididely psychedelic flourishes, making it a must-have for all fans of psych-punk.(From back cover)

01 - Don`t You Know What I Mean
02 - Look At The Way She Comes
03 - Poor Discarded Baby
04 - Nothing's Changed
05 - She's A Lady
06 - Colours Of Our Rainbow
07 - Poppa Duke Tyler
08 - Strange Feelings
09 - Elizabeth
10 - You Say
11 - Yesterday's Rain
12 - Lady Dressed In White
13 - Scaltered Children's Toys

Category: Oldies | Views: 1553 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

Live performance in Switzerland. Barry Gibb - vocals, guitar, Robin Gibb - vocals - bass, Maurice Gibb - vocals, organ, Vince Melouney - lead guitar and Colin Petersen - drums. "Gilbert Green" is an unreleased song - plus there's a cool cover of Cream's "Strange Brew" during the medley.

01 - New York Mining Disaster 1941
02 - Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You
03 - Words
04 - Gilbert Green
05 - Turn Of The Century
06 - To Love Somebody
07 - Holiday
08 - Medley
        In My Own Time/C'Mon Marianne/I Can't See Nobody/Strange Brew
09 - Morning Of My Life
10 - Massachusetts
11 - Spicks And Specks
12 - World

Category: The Bee Gees | Views: 1766 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

Soft and delicate, yet melodic, confident and self-assured, this Deram act's only album resides somewhere between period UK country rock (Cochise, Quicksand, Southern Comfort, Quiver) and singer-songwriterdom (Mike Maran, Pete Atkin, Tony Hazzard) with plenty of light and shade thrown in from both sides. Featuring crème de la crème of Britain's studio scene and aided by a sympathetic and lush production, this band manages to produce twelve superbly orchestrated tracks full of energy, effervescence, vigour, character, rich flavour and originality. It also features no less than three lead vocalists and - count them! - five guitarists, including none other than Southern Comfort's Gordon Huntley. Was Eric Bell the same guy who played in Thin Lizzy, on Mk I line-up's biggest hits, "Whiskey In The Jar" and "The Rocker"? Clem Cattini is featured in our other PICKs: Hungry Wolf, Ugly Custard, John Schroeder and Fancy. Jimmy Hastings, of course, needs no introduction, being a long-standing member of Canterbury prog legend Caravan. Eric Bell (guitar), Tony Carr (percussion), Clem Cattini Ork (drums), John Chuter (vocals, guitar, bass), Ant Grouth-Smith (guitar, bass, sax, vocals), Jimmy Hastings (flute), George Howe (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Gordon Huntley (steel guitar), Barry Morgan (drums), Douglas Wright (drums). (OoD)

01 - Help Me
02 - Hello Lady
03 - I Can't Believe Me Eyes
04 - City Boy
05 - Blind Leading The Blind
06 - Machine
07 - See The Wheels Are Turning
08 - Whenever
09 - Do It For Mother
10 - Blind Man
11 - Nothing At All
12 - See What The Future Brings

Category: Oldies | Views: 1215 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

The Clark Hutchinson Band was led by guitarist Mick Hutchinson and keyboardist Andy Clark. Hutchinson began playing with a band called Sons of Fred and then passed to Sam Gopal's Dream, a group in which had much influence on the music of India. There he met Andy Clark, bassist Pete Sears and drummer Franco Franco and settle for Clark Hutchinson. In 1968 the band recorded an album of blues, in line with what happened at that time in England, a sound like Fleetwood Mac, Chicken Shack and The Groundhogs, groups that were exploring other sounds to escape the limitations of traditional blues. Then began his flirtation with progressive rock until its demise in the mid 70's.

01 - Free To Be Stoned
02 - After Hours
03 - In Another Day
04 - Best Suit
05 - Death, The Lover

Category: Oldies | Views: 1575 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

This was recorded in 1967, but never released. Introspective US garage/psych band from Virginia influenced by the British Sound, soul and R&B. After they recorded their "Leave or Stay" 45 for the Gama label under the name The English Muffins, 32 years later this LP finally sees the light of day via this lovely reissue LP limited to 400 copies and in an old style thick jacket done to look just like the Lp would have looked on the Justice label had it come out way back when. 6 covers include Kinks, Yardbirds and the 5 originals all have an early Stones vibe. Most who've heard it put it up in the top 2 for the label.(DM-M)

01 - Sympathy
02 - Midnight Hour
03 - Till The End Of The Day
04 - Mr. You're A Better Man Than I
05 - Mustang Sally
06 - Well I Know
07 - It's My Pride
08 - Come On Up
09 - Proud Reflections
10 - Make Your Bed
11 - I've Got A Mind To Give Up Livin'

Category: Oldies | Views: 1228 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

Stud is a British rock band from the early 1970s, that featured two members of Taste - bassist Charlie McCracken and drummer John Wilson, along with two members of Family, former bass guitarist John Weider and future bass player, Jim Cregan. Never a very commercially successful band, Stud had its biggest successes in Germany. September from 1972 is the second release of the band.

01 - Good Things
02 - God Knows
03 - Corner
04 - Life Without Music 8
05 - Samurai
06 - Five To Mid-Day
07 - Prelude
08 - Bad Handlin
09 - Ocean Boogie
10 - Red Wine

Category: Oldies | Views: 1259 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

Strawbs (or The Strawbs) are an English rock band founded in 1964. Although the band started out as a bluegrass group they eventually moved on to other styles such as folk rock, glam rock and progressive rock. They are best known for their hit Part of the Union, which reached number two in the UK charts in February 1973, and for touring with Supertramp in their Crime of the Century Tour, doing their Hero and Heroine Tour, which drew musical similarities and themes. Just A Collection Of Antiques And Curios is a live album by Strawbs recorded at the Queen Elizabeth Hall London on July 11, 1970. The album reached number 27 in the UK Album Charts. The band line-up had changed dramatically from that of the previous album, Dragonfly. Only founder-members Dave Cousins and Tony Hooper remained, double bass player Ron Chesterman and cellist Claire Deniz being replaced by rhythm section John Ford and Richard Hudson. Rick Wakeman also became a full-time member. Thus the band changed from being a folk quartet to a rock quintet. The concert was instrumental in bringing Rick Wakeman's virtuosity to the attention of the music media, who prophesied super-stardom for the keyboard player.

01 - Martin Luther King's Dream
02 - The Antique Suite
03 - Temperament Of Mind
04 - Fingertips
05 - Song Of A Sad Little Girl
06 - Where Is This Dream Of Your Youth
07 - The Vision Of The Lady Of The Lake
08 - We'll Meet Again Sometime
09 - Forever

Category: Oldies | Views: 1327 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-10

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