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Kinkdom (sometimes referred to as Kinks Kinkdom) is a US only album by the English band The Kinks, released in 1965. As with the Kinks-Size album, it is made up mainly of songs not released on an equivalent UK LP. The album charted, peaking at number 47. The album takes all four tracks from the UK Kwyet Kinks EP (including both sides of the recent hit US single "A Well Respected Man"), adding "Naggin' Woman" (left off the US version of their previous LP, Kinda Kinks), recent US singles "Who'll Be the Next in Line" (its B-side was already included on the US version of Kinda Kinks), "See My Friends"/"Never Met a Girl Like You Before" and B-side "I Need You" (A-side "Set Me Free" had again already been included on the US Kinda Kinks LP) as well as two older tracks. "It's Alright" was the B-side of breakthrough 1964 single "You Really Got Me" but had as yet not been included on a US LP. "Louie Louie", another 1964 track, had however already been included on Kinks-Size. This was the last US only studio album released by the Kinks. Starting with The Kink Kontroversy, Reprise issued albums identical to the UK versions.

01 - A Well Respected Man
02 - Wait Till The Summer Comes Along
03 - Such A Shame
04 - See My Friends
05 - Never Met A Girl Like You Before
06 - Sittin' On My Sofa
07 - Dedicated Follower Of Fashion
08 - Who'll Be The Next In Line
09 - Don't You Fret
10 - I Need You
11 - It's Alright
12 - I'm Not Like Everybody Else

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The Music Machine (1965–1969) was an American garage rock and psychedelic (sometimes referred to as garage punk) band from the late 1960s, headed by singer-songwriter Sean Bonniwell and based in Los Angeles. The band sound was often defined by fuzzy guitars and a Farfisa organ. Their original look consisted of all-black clothing, (dyed) black moptop hairstyles and a single black glove. The group came together as The Ragamuffins in 1965, but became The Music Machine in 1966. In addition to Bonniwell, the original line-up consisted of Ron Edgar (drums), Mark Landon (guitar), Keith Olsen (bass), and Doug Rhodes (organ). In 2000, this Bonniwell Music Machine album was released on Sundazed Records. This is a collection of songs from the unreleased 1969 album, as well as demo tracks from the band's Raggamuffin days in 1965.

01 - Everything Is Everything
02 - Two Much
03 - Advise And Consent
04 - This Should Make You Happy
05 - Black Snow
06 - Chances
07 - Mother Nature-Father Earth
08 - Talk Me Down
09 - Dark White
10 - Push Don't Pull
11 - Smoke And Water
12 - King Mixer
13 - Unca Tinka Ty
14 - Citizen Fear
15 - Worry (Instrumental)
16 - Worry (Vocal)
17 - Tell Me What You Got
18 - Point Of No Return
19 - 902

Category: Oldies | Views: 1500 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-17

The Seeds were an American rock band. The group, whose repertoire spread between garage rock and acid rock, are considered one of the pioneers of punk rock. Lead singer Sky Saxon had a musical career that went back to pre-Beatle music days, when he recorded a few 45s under the name Richie Marsh. Born in Salt Lake City, he was based in Los Angeles from the early 1960s. The Seeds were formed in 1965 with Saxon joining as a response to an advertisement. Keyboardist Daryl Hooper was a major factor in the band's sound; the band was one of the first to utilize keyboard bass. Guitarists Jan Savage and Jeremy Levine with drummer Rick Andridge completed the original quintet, but Levine left shortly after the first recording sessions for personal reasons. Although Sky Saxon is usually credited as bass player, he did not play bass on any of the Seeds' recordings. This was handled by session men, usually one Harvey Sharpe. On stage, keyboardist Daryl Hooper would handle the bass parts via a separate bass keyboard, in the same way as Ray Manzarek did with the Doors. Their first two albums are today considered classics of '60s garage music. A later album (Future, 1967) was full-blown psychedelic rock, with ornate flower-themed graphics to match, and another was devoted to the blues (with liner notes by Muddy Waters).

01 - Introduction - March Of The Flower Children
02 - Travel With Your Mind
03 - Out Of The Question
04 - Painted Doll
05 - Flower Lady And Her Assistant
06 - Now A Man
07 - A Thousand Shadows
08 - Two Fingers Pointing On You
09 - Where Is The Entrance Way To Play
10 - Six Dreams
11 - Fallin'

Category: Oldies | Views: 1505 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-17

The Twilights were an Australian rock music group of the mid to late 1960s. Alongside their own career successes, The Twilights are also notable for the inclusion of vocalist Glenn Shorrock, who later fronted Axiom, Esperanto and Little River Band, and guitarist Terry Britten who went on to become an internationally successful songwriter and producer and pen major hits for artists such as Tina Turner. Alongside The Easybeats and The Masters Apprentices, The Twilights are widely considered to be one of the most significant Australian rock groups of the 1960s. Highly popular bands with teenage audiences, they were renowned for their musical excellence and live prowess, as well as their on-stage humour, and they were held in high respect by fellow musicians. The group is also notable as one of the few major Australian rock bands of the period to retain the same personnel for virtually all of its career. Like most of their contemporaries, they began as a cover band, playing accomplished renditions of hits by popular overseas bands of the era such as The Beatles, The Who and The Small Faces, and their early hits in Australia were all cover versions. Frank Barnard - drums (1964–65), Peter Brideoake – rhythm guitar, vocals, Terry Britten – lead guitar,vocals, John Bywaters - bass, Clem "Paddy" McCartney – lead vocals, Laurie Pryor - drums (1965–69) and Glenn Shorrock – lead vocals.

01 - If She Finds Out
02 - It's Dark
03 - Bad Boy
04 - Baby Let Me Take You Home
05 - Sorry She's Mine
06 - Needle In A Haystack
07 - I Won't Be The Same Without Her
08 - (I'll Be True To You) Yes I Will
09 - You've Got Soul
10 - What's Wrong With The Way I Live
11 - 9.50
12 - Cathy Come Home
13 - Young Girl
14 - Time & Motion Study Man
15 - The Way They Play
16 - Always
17 - Once Upon A Twilight
18 - What A Silly Thing To Do
19 - Paternosta Row
20 - Comin' On Down
21 - Lotus
22 - 2,000 Weeks (By Terry Britten)
23 - John Hardy (Bonus)
24 - I'm Noth Talking (Bonus)
25 - Bessemae (Bonus)
26 - Mr. Nice (Bonus)
27 - Tell Me Goodbye (Bonus)
28 - Bargain Day (Bonus) (By Terry Britten)

Category: Oldies | Views: 1657 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-17

Titanic was a rock band from Norway, which also included a British member in its line-up. It was first active from 1969 to 1979, and also reformed twice. The group was made up of Kenny Aas, Kjell Asperud, John Lorck, Janny Løseth, Roy Robinson (lead singer) and for a short time around their chart success, John Williamson. They formed in 1969, and released several successful albums and singles before disbanding in 1979. The main composer was the group founder Janny Loseth, with Roy Robinson supplying the primarily English language based lyrics. In October 1971 Titanic reached Number 5 in the UK Singles Chart, with their instrumental track, "Sultana". It was performed in the style of the then popular band, Santana. The tune also appeared on their Titanic's album Sea Wolf. Eagle Rock from 1973 is the third release of the band.

01 - One Night At Eagle Rock
02 - All Around You
03 - One Of Your Kind
04 - Heie Valenga
05 - Dying Sun
06 - And It's Music
07 - Richmond Express
08 - Maureen
09 - The Skeleton
10 - Macumba. ( Bonus Track )
10 - Rain 2000  (Bonus Track)
11 - Blond (Bonus Track)
11 - Midnight Sadness. ( Bonus Track )

Category: Oldies | Views: 1465 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-17

Santo & Johnny were an Italian-American rock and roll duo from Brooklyn, New York, comprising brothers Santo and Johnny Farina. Santo and Johnny Farina were born in Brooklyn, New York. Their father was drafted into the Army while they were children and was stationed for some time in Oklahoma. After hearing a steel guitar on the radio, he wrote to his wife, "I'd like the boys to learn to play this instrument". Upon returning from World War II, the boys' father found a music teacher who gave the boys steel guitar lessons. When Santo was a teenager, he was able to get a local music store to modify an acoustic guitar, allowing him to play it like a steel guitar.

01 - Moon River
02 - Goldfinger
03 - Besame Mucho
04 - A Hard Day's Night
05 - It's Wonderful
06 - Apache
07 - Green Eyes
08 - Caravan
09 - Brazilian Summer
10 - El Bimbo
11 - Judy In Disguise
12 - Blue Hawaii
13 - Lady
14 - Lazy Day
15 - Let's Go
16 - Indian Lake
17 - Maria Maria
18 - Canadian Sunset
19 - Along The Navajo Trail
20 - Around The World

Category: Oldies | Views: 1661 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-17

The Konrads were David Bowie's first professional band. The group consisted of: David Jones, (David's real name), (vocals, tenor saxophone), Neville Wills (guitar), Alan Dodds (guitar), Dave Crook (drums), George Underwood (vocals). George Underwood left after a short time. Apparently the name Kon-rads came about whilst they were appearing with Jess Conrad, who introduced them as "my Conrads". The hyphen was removed at David's insistence. By the end of 1962 David Hadfield had replaced Dave Crook on drums. Also joining the band were Rocky Shahan (real name Chaudhari) on bass guitar and on vocals were Roger Ferris, and two sisters Christine and Stella Patton (now Gall). David changed his surname to 'Dave Jay' because he was inspired by Peter Jay And The Jaywalkers, who according to David were only one of two British bands that 'knew anything about saxophones'. On Friday, August 30th, The Konrads entered Decca Studios, Broadhurst Gardens in West Hampstead for the first time and cut their only recorded record entitled: 'I Never Dreamed'. The song was written by David, Roger Ferris and Alan Dodds, the main vocals are by Roger Ferris, with David taking the harmonies. Several acetates were cut by Decca. Drummer David Hadfield said the song concerned an 'air crash'. Soon after this recording, David left the band, though the band stayed together playing the club circuit and even toured as the opening act with The Rolling Stones. David said he became dissatisfied with The Konrads because of their choice of song repertoire. He wanted to play more blues numbers instead of the pop standards they chose to cover.

01 - The Better I Know
02 - Now I'm On My Way
03 - It's Too Late
04 - I'm Over You
05 - Judgement Day
06 - I Didn't Know How Much
07 - I Thought Of You Last Night

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The Plastic Ono Band is a conceptual supergroup formed by John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1969 before the dissolution of the Beatles. Among the various other members of the band were Eric Clapton, two more Beatles (George Harrison and Ringo Starr), artist Klaus Voormann, future Yes drummer Alan White, members of Delaney and Bonnie, the Who's drummer Keith Moon, New York band Elephant's Memory, Billy Preston, Nicky Hopkins, Phil Spector, drummer Jim Keltner, and, in a 2009 revival, Sean Lennon. The only album solely credited to the Plastic Ono Band, Live Peace in Toronto 1969, was recorded during the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival on September 13 that year and featured Eric Clapton on lead guitar, Klaus Voorman on bass (an old friend of Lennon's from Germany, who was famous for the cover art of the Beatles' Revolver album), and Alan White (later of Yes) on drums. Fronting the group, naturally, were Lennon and Ono. Lennon's performance has been cited as giving him the confidence to tell the other Beatles a few days later that he was leaving the band.

01 - Blue Suede Shoes
02 - Money (That's What I Want)
03 - Dizzy Miss Lizzy
04 - Yer Blues
05 - Cold Turkey
06 - Give Peace A Chance
07 - Don't Worry Kyoko (Mummy's Only Looking For Her Hand In The Snow)
08 - John, John (Let's Hope For Peace)

Category: The Beatles | Views: 1663 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-17

Legendary UK psych outfit Infinity formed in 1969 from the ashes of Chocolate Soup psych faves the Flies and Cymbaline. The mission: to develop a heavy psychedelic/pop sound, and express it through complex original songs. Thanks to some funky Hammond organ, punchy guitars, and the band s unique harmonies, Infinity were no run of the mill outfit. Upon their return to mainland England from a residency in Jersey, they joined the high-profile NEMS agency, alongside heavy hitters like Pink Floyd, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Soft Machine, and Pretty Things. In late 1969 and early 1970, following support slots with The Searchers and Marmalade, Infinity recorded original material for a proposed album, which was meant to explore time, space, matter, energy and chicken phal, said in some circles to be so hot in a culinary sense that it's temperature approached infinity, or so they have said, with tongue-in-cheek, we have to believe. Sadly, they broke up soon after the sessions. The good news is that the band left behind the recordings presented on this disc, which can now be enjoyed in the digital format after the passage of more than four decades!(Amazon)

01  - Venetian Glass
02  - Space Shanty
03  - Same Girl
04  - Taxman
05  - (I'm In Love With) A Girl Like
06  - I've Got You Under My Skin (In
07  - Time Keeper
08  - Venetian Glass (Instrumental)
09  - Pattern People
10  - (I'm In Love With) A Girl Like
11  - I've Got You Under My Skin
12  - Taxman (Instrumental)

Category: Oldies | Views: 1337 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-17

A Heavy Psych/Hard Rock guitarist named John Thomas seems to have as much chance of being recognized as an individual as a fire hydrant in an urban setting. An attached nickname can sometimes be helpful when faced with such a challenge, and this Australian-born performer came up with a good one when he dubbed himself Creepy John Thomas after moving to London.(OoD). "Brother Bat Bone” sounds at times like a mixture of Captain Beefheart and the Pink Fairies. This is a rather irresistable progressive blues/boogie album. A totally inspired effort from start to finish with emotionally strong, at times deeply moving vocals, tremendous axework and a loose, groovy rhythm section. "Creepy” John Thomas / lead vocals, guitar, Andy Marx / lead guitar, bass, Helmut Pohl / drums, Dave Hutchins / bass and Roy O’Temro / drums

01 - Down In The Bottom
02 - What´s The Matter With The Mil
03 - Brother Bat Bone
04 - This Is My Body
05 - Standing In The Sunshine
06 - 100 Lib. Noomy

Category: Oldies | Views: 1545 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-17

Lick My Decals Off, Baby is a record by Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band released in 1970 on Frank Zappa's Straight Records label. The follow up to his Trout Mask Replica, it is regarded by some critics and listeners as superior to the famous 1969 recording, and was Van Vliet's personal favourite. Don Van Vliet said that the title is an encouragement to "get rid of the labels," and to evaluate things according to their merits rather than according to superficial labels (or "decals"). Musicians on the album were Don Van Vliet, vocals; Elliot Ingber and Bill Harkleroad, guitars; Mark Boston, bass; Art Tripp, marimba, drums, and percussion; and John French, drums. French had been arranger and musical director on Trout Mask Replica. Van Vliet ejected French from the group – both figuratively and literally, by throwing him down a flight of stairs – shortly after Trout Mask Replica was completed, and these roles passed to guitarist Bill Harkleroad. French returned to the group shortly before recording began. The record contains some of Captain Beefheart's most experimental music and remains memorable for both the marimba playing of Art Tripp and for its concise instrumental work.

01 - Lick My Decals Off, Baby
02 - Doctor Dark
03 - I Love You, You Big Dummy
04 - Peon
05 - Bellerin' Plain
06 - Woe-Is-Uh-Me-Bop
07 - Japan In A Dishpan
08 - I Wanna Find A Woman That'll Hold My Big Toe Till I Have To Go
09 - Petrified Forest
10 - One Red Rose That I Mean
11 - Buggy Boogie Woogie
12 - Smithsonian Institute Blues (Or The Big Dig)
13 - Space-Age Couple
14 - Clouds Are Full Of Wine (Not Whiskey Or Rye)
15 - Flash Gordon's Ape

Category: Oldies | Views: 1197 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-17

Barbi Benton is an American model, actress and Country Pop singer. Benton is known for her years as a regular on the country music series Hee Haw, appearing in comic skits with other cast members. She left the program after four seasons to concentrate on a more Hollywood-oriented career. She also starred in the short-lived ABC-TV comedy series Sugar Time! about an aspiring female rock group in 1977. Benton was also a recording artist with some success. Her record "Brass Buckles" (1975) was a top five hit on Billboard's country singles chart. Benton has recorded eight albums, the last of which she personally produced in 1979. She also composed the songs, sang them and played piano. One of her better-known songs was "Ain't That Just the Way" (1976), which was also a major hit for Lutricia McNeal in 1996, and was recorded by the Dutch singer Patricia Paay under the title Poor Jeremy in 1977. Barbi Doll from 1974 is the debut album by Barbi.

01 - The Teddy Bear Song
02 - Welcome Stranger
03 - Queen Of The Silver Dollar
04 - Put A Little Bit On Me
05 - Loving Arms
06 - That Country Boy Of Mine
07 - I Can't Touch The Sun
08 - Now I Law Me Down To Sleep With You
09 - If You Can't Do It, That's All Right
10 - I Don't Know If I'll Ever Love

Category: Oldies | Views: 2582 | Added by: Fremy0766 | Date: 2011-04-17

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