Mar 27, 2015

Updated links

Colin Blunstone - Journey (1974)

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 System - System (1974)

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 Primevil - Smokin' Bats At Campton's (1974)

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Mar 25, 2015

Tranquility - Two albums [Re-post by request]

Tranquility - Tranquility (1972)


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Tranquility - Silver (1972)


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Mar 23, 2015

The Asylum Choir - Look Inside (1968)


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Tracklist:
1. Welcome to Hollywood
2. Soul Food
3. Icicle Star Tree
4. Death Of The Flowers
5. Indian Style
6. Episode Containing 3 Songs:
N.Y. Op, Land Of Dog, Mr. Henri The Clown
7. Thieves In The Choir
8. Black Sheep Boogaloo
Bonus mono single versions:
9. Soul Food
10. Welcome To Hollywood
11. Icicle Star Tree
12. Indian Style




 EAC | CD Image | FLAC+CUE+LOG+Covers | 277 mb incl. 3% recovery

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Tea - The Ship (1975) [Re-post by request]


Tracklist:
1. Breakdown
2. Through Scarlet
3. The Ship
4. See You Again
5. I'd Never Had Bothered
6. A Dog Called Joe
7. Cristal Rivers
8. Summer In The City

Band:
Marc Storace - lead vocals
Armand Volker - guitars
Turo Paschayan - bass, co-lead vocals on "See You Again"
Tato Gomez - bass on "See You Again"
Philippe Kienholz - keyboards
Roli Eggli - drums

 EAC | FLAC TRACKS+CUE+LOG+Covers | 271 mb+3% recovery

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Mar 17, 2015

Neoton - Bolond város (1970) [Re-post by request]


 The band was founded in 1965 by László Pásztor and Lajos Galácz, studying Economy in Budapest, on the occasion for entering the school's annual Santa Claus music contest. Out of the two bands entering, Neoton, named by their Cheslovakian guitar finished second. Three years passes until their first major success, winning of the country-wide Who Knows What contest in 1968 with the song Nekem eddig Bach volt a mindenem. The same year marked the release of their first hit song Kell hogy várj. In 1971 they released their first album, Bolond város, featuring Lajos Som and Ferenc Debreceni, future drummer of the band Omega. While sales did not go well, it helped them to arrange a tour in Africa. After arriving home, some members quit, and the fate of Neoton became uncertain.
From 1973 to 77 they cooperated with girl band Kócbabák, who first appeared at 1972's Who Knows What. After a joint album, the two group decided to merge, with a renewed style and name, becoming Neoton Família. They released an album in the same year titled Csak a zene, and toured socialist countries.
1979 proved to be a turning point for Neoton Família, as they got the chance to accompany the Hungarian entrants on the Midem festival in Cannes, and also play a few tracks of their own - gaining the interest of some foreign music industry officials. They released the album Napraforgó, which finally secured their fame, later producing an English version, that became a hit in Japan, Denmark and the Philippines and several other states. The following years proved to be busy, including a Japanese tour of 42 cities. For 4 years onwards, the band released an album in each year, with more and more composers working on the team, a condition that not only provided great songs, but suspense. This led to the dissolvement in 1990.
Most of the members continued their musical careers (touring as Neoton and Éva-Neoton). György Jakab was diagnosed with a terminal illnes, passing away in 1996. His dream, a last concert was produced without him, but to his memory, in 1998. Answering the pressure of the fans, another concert was held seven years later, in 2005, following several more in the oncoming years under the name Neoton Família Sztárjai.
  
Dalok listája:
1. Bolond város
2. Oh, napsugár

3. Pardon, ez a kezem volt
4. Sárga lámpák
5. Dal a magányról
6. Nehéz fiúk
7. Vándorút
8. A ház

9. Megered az ég
10. Fények a távolban
11. Láttam én egy osztrigát
12. Gyere álom

Tagok:
Balázs Ferenc - ének, zongora, orgona
Galácz Lajos - ének, gitár
Debreczeni Ferenc - dob, ének
Pásztor László - gitár, vokál
Som Lajos - basszusgitár

EAC | CD Image | APE+CUE+LOG+Covers | 268 mb+3% recovery

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Mar 14, 2015

Tea - Tax Exile (1976) [Re-post by request]


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Tracklist:
1. Let's Play The Music
2. Alexandra
3. Young Family
4. Winter Days
5. Mind Your Own Business
6. Everything
7. Guilted Cage
8. Just Be Yourself
9. Free And Easy
10. The Place Where The Money Grows

Line-up:
Rolli Eggli - drums
Armand Volker - guitars
Turo Pashayan - bass, vocals
Marc Storace - vocals
Philippe Kienholz - keyboards


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Mar 12, 2015

King Crimson - The Collectable King Crimson Volume Three - Live At Shepherds Bush Empire, London 1996 (2 CD, 2008)





Review by Lindsay Planer
The two-plus hour concert contained within this double-CD package serves up a most effective link from the King Crimson of the 1960s, '70s, and '80s with the double-trio resurrection that boasted the unified talents of Adrian Belew (guitar/voice/words), Bill Bruford (percussion/drums), Robert Fripp (guitar), Trey Gunn (touch guitar/voice), Tony Levin (basses/Chapman stick/voice), and Pat Mastelotto (percussion/drums). Both sets of their July 1, 1996 performance at the 2,000 seat Shepherds Bush Empire in London are offered in a superb stereo recording that bristles with the constant transfer between players and attendees alike. However, prior to the full ensemble even having the chance to make it to the stage, it is announced that Fripp will play a solo Soundscape in lieu of the support act -- the California Guitar Trio. The "Introductory Soundscape" spills from Fripp with a buoyancy that foreshadows the formidable program to follow. As the cover of Pierre Favre's "Prism" will bookend at the close, the likewise percussive "Conundrum" kickstarts the proceedings as the rest of the band ready themselves for battle. With over a year of active touring under their belts, King Crimson's set lists had evolved considerably. Newer material from their latest studio effort THRAK (1995) has begun finding its way more organically into the performances. That said, it is not until after the authoritative revival of '80s favorites "Thela Hun Ginjeet," "Neurotica," "Waiting Man," and a slash-and-burn take of the instrumental title track to Red (1974) that they concern themselves with the first rumblings from THRAK via "Dinosaur." Before the conclusion of the first set, the sextet dip deeper into the new pool of fresh sounds on "Vroom Vroom," Belew's brainy-as-ever "Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream" and the pairing of "Vroom" with the strident "Coda: Marine 475." Disc two contains the slightly shorter -- yet arguably more intense -- second set that begins with a raving update of "Larks' Tongues in Aspic, Pt. 2," and a suitably frenzied and otherwise spot-on "Frame by Frame." Even the typically sedate "Matte Kudasai" takes on a heightened sense of exigency. "B'Boom" and the new LP's title composition "Thrak" lead up to what is, by all accounts, an epic unleashing of "21st Century Schizoid Man." Regardless of some old-school enthusiasts' devotion to the original 1969 lineup, even the most ardent supporter would be hard-pressed to find fault with the high degree of interplay, particularly between Fripp and Belew. The pair trade fiery exchanges, the likes of which make a rightfully indelible impression upon the listener. The methodical "Indiscipline" all but puts the wraps on the show -- sans the encore led by Bruford and Mastelotto's masterful rundown of Pierre Favre's "Prism" that is tagged by an energetic "Elephant Talk." In addition to this show, www.dgmlive.com allows interested parties to download other full-length concerts in lossless FLAC and MP3 formats -- one of which is the previous evening, June 30, 1996 at the same venue, Shepherds Bush Empire.
Musicians:
Adrian Belew - Guitar, Voice
Robert Fripp - Guitar, Soundscapes
Trey Gunn - Guitar
Tony Levin - Bass, Stick
Pat Mastelotto & Bill Bruford - Acoustic & Electronic Drums & Percussion

(Drawn from the band's original 2 track stereo soundboard mix. Sound quality: very fine.)

Tracklisting:
Disc 1:
1. Introductory Soundscape 24:24        
2. Conundrum 1:28        
3. Thela Hun Ginjeet 5:45        
4. Neurotica 5:06        
5. Red 6:36        
6. Waiting Man 4:35        
7. Dinosaur 7:03        
8. Three Of A Perfect Pair 4:18        
9. Improv #1 3:05        
10. Vrooom Vrooom 5:06        
11. Sex Sleep Eat Drink Dream 4:56        
12. Vrooom 4:03        
13. Coda Marine 475 2:55
        
Disc 2:
1. Larks' Tongues in Aspic, Pt. 2 7:00        
2. Frame By Frame 5:03        
3. Matte Kudasai 3:34        
4. B'boom 5:48        
5. Thrak 4:41        
6. 21st Century Schizoid Man 7:08        
7. Indiscipline 9:58        
8. Prism 3:58        
9. Elephant Talk 5:16


XLD | Flac+Cue+Log | Full Scans 600 DPI |  474mb + 374mb | Mega

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