Jan 23, 2018

Eugenio Finardi - Diesel (1977)


1. Tutto subito
2. Scuola
3. Zucchero
4. Non diventare grande mai
5. Giai Phong
6. Non è nel cuore
7. Diesel
8. Si può vivere anche a Milano
9. Scimmia

Eugenio Finardi - voce
Alberto Camerini - chitarra
Patrizio Fariselli - tastiera
Paolo Tofani - chitarra
Ares Tavolazzi - basso
Walter Calloni - batteria
Doriano Beltrame - tromba
Marco Pellacani - trombone
Claudio Pascoli - sax, arr. fiati

EAC | FLAC TRACKS+CUE+LOG | 222 mb incl. 3% recovery


Jan 19, 2018

The Jeff Healey Band - Get Me Some (2000)


1. Which One
2. Hey Hey
3. My Life Story
4. I Tried
5. I Should Have Told You
6. Love Is The Answer
7. The Damage is Done
8. Feel Better
9. Holding On
10. Macon Georgia Blue
11. House Is Burning Down
12. Runaway Heart
13. Rachel’s Song

The Jeff Healey Band:
Jeff Healey - vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, piano
Joe Rockman - bass guitar
Tom Stephen - drums, percussion

Additional musicians:
Richard Chycki - rhythm guitar, percussion
Marti Frederiksen - guitar, twelve-string guitar, percussion, background vocals
Arnold Lanni - guitar
Lou Pomanti - keyboards, piano
Philip Sayce - guitar
Benmont Tench - keyboards

EAC | WAV TRACKS+CUE+LOG+Covers | 432 mb incl. 3% recovery


Jan 14, 2018

Gentle Giant - Totally Out Of The Woods - The BBC Sessions (2CD, 2000)

This 2CD set contains all of the original (and out-of-print) Out of the Woods plus an additional session from 28 August 1973 (Way Of Life, The Advent Of Panurge, and The Runaway). It also contains a live demo version of Free Hand. In all, there is 20 minutes of previously unreleased material when compared to Out of the Woods. The cover concept is by well-known GG fan and tape resurrector Dan Bornemark.
CD 1:
1. City Hermit
2. Isn't It Quiet And Cold?
3. DJ's Presentation (voice of Alan Black)
4. The Advent Of Panurge
5. Way Of Life
6. The Runaway

CD 2:
1. Knots (Excerpts From Octopus)
2. The Boys In The Band (Excerpts From Octopus)
3. Organ Bridge (Excerpts From Octopus)
4. The Advent Of Panurge (Excerpts From Octopus)
5. Way Of Life
6. Proclamation
7. Experience
8. Aspirations
9. Cogs In Cogs
10. Free Hand (Live arrangement demo)
11. Just The Same
12. Free Hand
13. On Reflection

Derek Shulman - vocals, bass 
Kerry Minnear - keyboards, cello, vocals, vibraphone 
Gary Green - guitars 
Martin Smith - drums 
Ray Shulman - bass, violin, vocals 
Phil Shulman - vocals

EAC | 2 CD | FLAC TRACKS+CUE+LOG+Covers | 548 mb incl. 3% recovery

Rip by SteveG


Jun 4, 2017

Cry Of Love - Brother (1993)


1. Highway Jones
2. Pretty As You Please
3. Bad Thing
4. Too Cold In Winter
5. Hand Me Down
6. Gotta Love Me
7. Carnival
8. Drive It Home 
9. Peace Pipe
10. Saving Grace

Kelly Holland - vocals
Audley Freed - guitars
Robert Kerans - bass
Jason Patterson - drums

EAC | WAV TRACKS+LOG+Covers | 314 mb incl. 3% recovery


Jun 1, 2017

VA: Nuggets - Original Artyfacts From The First Psychedelic Era 1965-1968

Psychedelic rock emerged in the mid-1960s. It's heyday was 1966 to 1969.
This type of far-out music gave us such classic albums as Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Pet Sounds, Surrealistic Pillow, and The Piper at the Gates of Dawn.Today, music historians split psychedelic rock into two categories: pop-psychedelia and acid rock.Pop-psychedelia was heavily influenced by British bands like The Beatles, Pink Floyd, and The Kinks (later by XTC’s alter-ego, Dukes of the Stratosphear).The epicenter of acid rock was San Francisco. Progenitors of this brand of psychedelia included Jefferson Airplane, The Doors, Moby Grape, and Paul Butterfield Blues Band.
Some credit the Grateful Dead with creating acid rock in 1965 at Ken Kesey’s second Acid Test. To paraphrase Jerry Garcia, whatever music you’re listening to why dropping acid is acid rock.Garcia’s wisdom aside, acid rock usually eschews the studio tricks and soundscapes of pop-psychedelia. It’s more focused on the guitar, guitar solos, and long jams.Acid rock is important because at the start of the 1970s, the movement split in two. One branch became hard rock/heavy metal and the other became progressive rock. Obviously, this is a bit of an over-simplification, but the acid rock of the 1960s evolved into the hard rock of the 1970s. For a great overview of acid rock, you need to check out Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From The First Psychedelic Era 1965-1968.
Produced by Lenny Kaye, Nuggets is generally regarded as one of the greatest compilations in rock history. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine named it the 196th best album of all-time. It’s available on Amazon for about ten bucks (the vinyl version is considerably more). Buy it, rip it, and then give it to a friend.
Before you do, make sure you read the linear notes, the inside cover, and the booklet. There’s almost as much to read as there is to hear.The compact disc contains 27 great tracks. There are songs you’ve probably heard before like “Dirty Water” (The Standells), “Pushin’ Too Hard” (The Seeds), and “Baby Please Don’t Go” (The Amboy Dukes).It also contains songs you might not have heard before like “A Public Execution” (Mouse), “An Invitation to Cry,” (The Magicians), and “Let’s Talk About Girls,” (Chocolate Watch Band).The highlight of the album is “You’re Gonna Miss Me” by The Thirteenth Floor Elevators. The single peaked at number fifty-five on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1966.The band’s name conjures up New York City, many thought they were from San Francisco, but they actually hail from Texas.
They are fronted by Rory Erickson with Stacy Sutherland on lead guitar. Rare for a rock band, Tommy Hall played the electric jug.
The Elevators hit the Austin music scene in late 1965 and split in 1969. Legal woes and drug problems did them in.True to the recording industry of that era, they released four albums: The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators (1966), Easter Everywhere (1967), Live (1968), and Bull of the Woods (1969).Their music has been covered by numerous artists including R.E.M, ZZ Top, and Echo and the Bunnymen. In 1990, they were the muse for one of the first tribute albums.

1. I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night) - Electric Prunes
2. Dirty Water - The Standells
3. Night Time - Strangeloves
4. Lies - The Knickerbockers
5. Respect - Vagrants
6. A Public Execution - Mouse
7. No Time Like The Right Time - Blues Project
8. Oh Yeah - Shadows Of Knight
9. Pushin' Too Hard - Seeds
10. Moulty - Barbarians
11. Don't Look Back - Remains
12. An Invitation To Cry - The Magicians
13. Liar, Liar - Castaways
14. You're Gonna Miss Me - Thirteenth Floor Elevators
15. Psychotic Reaction - Count Five
16. Hey Joe - Leaves
17. Romeo & Juliet - Michael & The Messengers
18. Sugar And Spice - Cryan Shames
19. Baby Please Don't Go - Amboy Dukes
20. Tobacco Road - Blues Magoos
21. Let's Talk About Girls - Chocolate Watch Band
22. Sit Down, I Think I Love You - Mojo Men
23. Run, Run, Run - Third Rail
24. My World Fell Down - Sagittarius
25. Open My Eyes - Nazz
26. Farmer John - Premiers
27. It's-A-Happening - Magic Mushrooms

FLAC TRACKS+CUE | Front & back covers | 409 mb incl. 3% recovery


Mar 10, 2017

Electric Food - Electric Food / Flash (1970, 2004)

By request

Electric Food:
1. Whole Lotta Love
2. The Reason Why
3. Hey Down
4. Tavern
5. Going To See My Mother
6. House of The Rising Sun
7. Let's Work Together
8. Sule Skerry
9. Nosferatu
10. Twelve Months And A Day
11. Icerose
12. I'll Try

13. All Right Now
14. Sam's Walk
15. Love Me
16. People
17. Working On The Railroad
18. Randall
19. Love Like A Man
20. Sam's Talk
21. I Can See Somebody
22. Andy's Breakdown
23. Give Me Love
24. Plantation

George Mavros - lead vocals
Peter Hesslein - lead guitars, backing vocals
Dieter Horns - bass
Peter Hecht - keyboards
Joachim "Addi" Rietenbach - drums

EAC | FLAC TRACKS+CUE+LOG+Covers | 600 mb incl. 3% recovery

Rip by yalinc


Teaze - Tour Of Japan (1978, 1991)

1. Rockin' With The Music
2. Lady Killer
3. Come On Hold On
4. Baby Why Can't You
5. On The Loose
6. Open My Eyes
7. Tonite It's Me
8. Boys' Nite Out
9. Gonna Have A Good Time Tonight
10. Hot To Trot

Brian Danter - vocals, bass
Mark Bradac - guitars
Chuck Price - guitars
Mike Kozak - drums

EAC | CD Image | FLAC+CUE+LOG+Covers | 340 mb incl. 3% recovery