Dec 30, 2010


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Atomic Rooster - Atomic Rooster (1980)

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Atomic Rooster is the sixth studio album by British rock band Atomic Rooster. It was recorded when the band regrouped after breaking up for five years, and they embarked on a raw style which was in marked contrast to that of their past few albums...
1. They Took Control Of You
2. She's My Woman
3. He Did It Again
4. Where's The Show?
5. In The Shadows
6. Do You Know Who's Looking For You?
7. Don't Close Your Mind
8. Watch Out!
9. I Can't Stand It
10. Lost In Space
11. Throw Your Life Away
12. Broken Windows

Vincent Crane - Hammond C3 organ
John Du Cann - fender guitars, vocals
Preston Heyman - drums, percussion

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Dec 27, 2010

Matt Powell - The Money & The Grass (1998)

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1. The Money & The Grass
2. Rich Man
3. Turtles & Rabbits
4. Daisy Chain
5. You Never Know
6. Striped Sunshine
7. What You Do To Me
8. Jet Black Dreams
9. Lover Man
10. Ride
11. Crow
12. Turn The Page

Matt Powell (vocals, guitar, percussion)
Nate Rowe (bass)
Chris Gilson (drums)

Matt Powell - Daisy Chain

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If - Not Just Another Bunch Of Pretty Faces (1974) / Tea Break Is Over Back On Your 'Eads (1975)

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Not Just Another Bunch Of Pretty Faces 
1. In The Winter Of Your Life
2. Stormy Every Weekday Blues
3. Follow That With Your Performing Seals
4. Still Alive
5. Borrowed Time
6. Chiswick High Road Blues
7. I Believe In Rock & Roll

Tea Break Is Over-Back On Your 'Eads 
8. Merlin The Magic Man
9. I Had A Friend
10. Tea-Break Over-Back On Your 'Eads
11. Ballad Of The Yessirrom Kid
12. Raw Sewage
13. Song For Alison
14. Don Quixote's Masquerade

If - Double Diamond (1973, vinyl rip)

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If was Great Britain's contribution to the jazz-rock movement begun and popularized in the late '60s/early '70s by Blood, Sweat & Tears and Chicago. Formed in 1969 by Melody Maker jazz poll winners Dave Quincy, Dick Morrissey, and Terry Smith, the band never found popular success in the United States. However, If produced several albums noteworthy for placing jazz players in a pop/rock band context and producing a true fusion of the two genres without diluting the players' improvisational skills. Unlike most of their horn-band contemporaries, If had no brass players in the band, relying solely on the saxophones of Dick Morrissey and the flute and saxophones of Dave Quincy. But what really gave If its unique sound were the vocals of J.W. Hodgkinson and the guitar of Terry Smith. Hodgkinson's vocal timbre was unusual -- smooth, flexible, and strong in the high end, sounding like no other vocalist. Smith's trebly guitar sound was also unique, combining a rocker's use of sustain with the jazz fluency of Wes Montgomery and Django Reinhardt. The original incarnation of If produced five excellent albums between 1970 and 1972, but these albums failed to find an audience. Morrissey soldiered on with the If name for two more albums with a totally different lineup and a more generic rock-type sound, but these, too, went nowhere. Drummer Dennis Elliott was later a member of the platinum-selling rock band Foreigner.
1. Play, Play, Play
2. Pebbles On The Beach
3. Pick Me Up (And Put Me Back On The Road)
4. Another Time Around (Is Not For Me)
5. Groupie Blue (Everyday She's Got The Blues)
6. Fly, Fly, The Route Shoot
7. Feel Thing (part 1)
8. Feel Thing (part 2)
9. Feel Thing (part 3)
Kurt Palomacki - bass
Cliff Davies - drums, percussion
Dick Morrissey - flute, saxophone [tenor, soprano], vocal
Steve Rosenthal - guitar, vocals
Fi Trench - piano
Pete Arnesen - piano, organ, synthesizer

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Dec 24, 2010

Brinsley Schwarz - Nervous On The Road (1972)

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Pub rock, the English roots rock movement of the early '70s, would never have earned a cult following if it wasn't for Brinsley Schwarz. Initially, Brinsley Schwarz was a rambling, neo-psychedelic folk-rock band that borrowed heavily from Crosby, Stills & Nash and the Grateful Dead. Following a disastrous publicity stunt to promote its debut album, the band went into seclusion outside of London and developed a laid-back, rootsy sound inspired by Eggs Over Easy, an American band that had been playing a mixture of originals and covers in English pubs...
1. It's Been So Long
2. Happy Doing What We're Doing
3. Surrender To The Rhythm
4. Don't Lose Your Grip On Love
5. Nervous On The Road (But Can't Stay At Home)
6. Feel A Little Funky
7. I Like It Like That
8. Brand New You, Brand New Me
9. Home In My Hand
10. Why, Why, Why, Why, Why

Brinsley Schwarz - guitar, alto and tenor sax, vocals
Ian Gomm - guitars, vocals
Billy Rankin - drums
Bob Andrews - keyboards, alto sax, vocals
Nick Lowe - bass guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals

Brinsley Schwarz - Feel A Little Funky

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V.A. - A Visit To The Spaceship Factory: 20 Gems From The Early Years Of Prog (2007)

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 Spot-on Compilation from the Psychic Circle Label featuring 20 Obscure Tracks from the First Days of Prog

1. Treetops - Why Not Tonight
2. Mousetrap - Greenfields
3. Deadwood - That Don't Help Me None
4. Fuzzy Duck - Just Look Around You
5. Jericho - So Come On
6. Incredible Hog - Tadpole
7. Mouse - It's Happening To Me And You
8. Helter Skelter - I Need You
9. Beggars Opera - Sarabande
10. Kingdom Come - Spirit Of Joy
11. Little Big Horn - Just A Game
12. Strange Fox - Bring It On Home
13. Onyx - Air
14. Spontaneous Combustion - Spaceship
15. UFO - Evil
16. Sheephouse - Ladder
17. Pussy - Ska Child
18. Axe - People Come, People Go
19. Sunchariot - Do You Wanna Know
20. Kansas Hook - Nervous Shakin'

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Ace [feat. Paul Carrack] - Five-A-Side (1974)

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Ace were a British rock music band, who enjoyed moderate success in the 1970s. They are notable for their part in the early career of Paul Carrack, who later became famous as a solo artist, and as a member of several other groups. Ace are best known for their 1974 transatlantic  Top 20 hit single, "How Long?"
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1. Sniffin about
2. Rock & Roll Runaway
3. How Long
4. The Real Feeling
5. 24 Hours
6. Why?
7. Time Ain't Long
8. Know How It Feels
9. Satellite
10. So Sorry Baby

Terry "Tex" Comer - bass, vocals
Fran Byrne - drums, percussion
Alan ''Bam'' King - rhythm guitar, vocals
Phil Harris - lead guitar, vocals
Paul Carrack - vocals, organ, piano


Dec 22, 2010

Paladin - Paladin (1971)

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1. Bad Times
2. Carry Me Home
3. Dance Of The Cobra
4. Third World
5. Fill Up Your Heart
6. Flying High
7. The Fakir

Band members:
Peter Beckett - bass guitar, vocals
Derek Foley - guitar, vocals
Peter Solley - organ, piano violin, vocals
Lou Stonebridge - piano, vocals
Keith Webb - drums, percussion
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Dec 21, 2010

Cry Of Love - Diamonds & Debris (1997)

Cry Of Love was an American rock band formed in 1991 in Raleigh, North Carolina. The group released their debut album in 1993 (Brother), produced by John Custer before playing the Monsters of Rock festival the following year. They scored a number-one hit on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart with "Peace Pipe" in 1993. After this show, their frontman, Kelly Holland left the group.
Robert Mason was recruited as Holland's replacement some three years later. Together they recorded a new album in 1997 (Diamonds & Debris), but the band split shortly afterwards.
Former band member Audley Freed was recruited to the Black Crowes in 1998, and he played with the band until October of 2001. He also played on Crowes' lead singer Chris Robinson's second solo album in 2004, and on the subsequent tour.
1. Empty Castle
2. Hung Out To Dry
3. Sugarcane
4. Fire In The Dry Grass
5. Georgia Pine
6. Warm River Pearl
7. Sweet Mary's Gone
8. Revelation (Rattlesnakes & Queens)
9. Bring Me My Burden
10. Sunday Morning Flood
11. Diamonds & Debris
12. Hung Out Redux
13. Garden Of Memories

Audley Freed - guitar
Robert Kearns - bass
Jason Patterson - drums & percussion
Robert Mason - vocals

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Southern Gentlemen - Third Time Is The Charm (2006)

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1. Even Now
2. It's Not True
3. I Don't Want You
4. I'm Down
5. Caught You Red Handed
6. Broken Man
7. Heaven Help Me Now
8. Going Down To Texas
9. Don't Go
10. Love Train
11. Reflections
12. Ladies Of The Night

David T. Chastain - guitar
Eric Johns - vocals
Mike Haid - drums
Dave Swart - bass


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Dec 20, 2010

Rick Derringer - Rockin' American (2007)

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1. Real American   
2. Free Ride   
3. Pink Floyd Saves Humanity   
4. Hang On Sloopy   
5. Rock And Roll Hoochie Koo   
6. One Way   
7. Still Alive And Well   
8. Dawn Of Love   
9. Coming Home   
10. How Much You're Loved   
11. The Star Spangled Banner


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Damage Control - Raw (2008)

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Formed in 2006, Damage Control were put together by three veterans of the UK Hard Rock scene, namely vocalist / guitarist Robin George (solo artist, Phil Lynott, David Byron, Magnum), bassist Pete Way (UFO, Waysted) and drummer Chris Slade (Asia, AC/DC, Uriah Heep). Raw marked the trio's debut album and now receives a re-release via specialist label Angel Air, whose catalogue boasts a treasure trove of long forgotten gems. The songs here are slick and melodic with their roots heavily in the blues rock scene of the 70's where all three first plied their trade. George delivers some polished solos and riffs and his earthy vocal delivery perfectly suits the vibe with Way and Slade laying down a solid groove and they strike a good balance between up-tempo rockers, ballads and moody blues tunes of which "One Step Closer" provides a real highlight.
1. Raw
2. Alice
3. Savage Song
4. Damage Control
5. One Step Closer
6. Selfish
7. Pray For You And Me
8. Spy
9. Redundant
10. Slaughtered
11. Victim
12. Seven Golden Daffodils
13. Bitchin Blues

Pete Way - bass guitar, vocals
Chris Slade - drums
Robin George - guitar, vocals

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Richie Kotzen - Peace Sign (2009)

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1. My Messiah
2. Long Way From Home
3. Paying Dues
4. Peace Sign
5. Best Of Times
6. We’re All Famous
7. You Got Me
8. Your Entertainer
9. Catch Up To Me
10. Lie To Me
11. Larger Than Life
12. Holding On

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Heavy Metal Kids - Kitsch (1977)

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1. Overture
2. Chelsea Kids
3. From Heaven To Hell And Back Again
4. Cry For Me
5. She's No Angel
6. Jackie The Lad
7. Docking In
8. Squalliday Inn

Gary Holton - vocals
Ronnie Thomas - bass, vocals
Barry Paul - guitar, vocals
John Sinclair - keyboards, vocals
Keith Boyce - drums
Heavy Metal Kids - Cry For Me

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Dec 19, 2010

Eddie Hardin - 2 albums on 1 CD

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Hardin & York with Charlie McCracken (1974)

1. Ain't No Breeze
2. Back Row Movie Star
3. Freedom
4. Wish I'd Never Joined A Band
5. Clubtrop
6. Some Sweet Dream
7. Loving You's So Easy

Eddie Hardin - keyboards, vocals
Richard "Charlie" McCracken - bass
Pete York - drums
Christine Holmes - back vocal
Barry St. John - back vocal
Liza Strike - back vocal

EDDIE HARDIN - Some Sweet Dream

You Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks (1977)

8. Oh What A Day It's Been
9. Strange Times
10. Drinking
11. Glad To Be Home
12. Moving
13. S'Easy
14. Give Me Freedom
15. Think I'll Wait Another Day
16. Settling Down
17. Here There And Everywhere
Additional tracks:
18. Bet You All Wish It Was Sunday
19. Credit Card City

Eddie Hardin - vocals, piano
B.J. Cole - guitar, dobro
Ray Fenwick - guitar, back vocal
Mo Foster - bass
Dee Murray - bass
Roger Glover - percussion, back vocal
Ian Paice - drums
Barry de Souza - drums
Henry Spinetti - drums
Liza Strike - back vocal
Doris Troy - back vocal
Helen Chapelle - back vocal

EDDIE HARDIN - Here There And Everywhere

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Warhorse - Red Sea (1971)

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Review by Richie Unterberger:
Warhorse's second album was basically more of the same prog rock-proto metal. Sometimes it sounded a little more mainstream rock, as on "Confident But Wrong" or the cover of the old soul ballad "I (Who Have Nothing)." Ashley Holt was tending to hit more annoying high notes, though; the warbles on "Back in Time," for instance, were unconscious models for the kind of singing so ably parodied by Spinal Tap. The CD reissue on Angel Air has six previously unreleased bonus tracks, including a live version of "Ritual" (a song from the first Warhorse album) and five demos of Nick Simper compositions that do not appear on the two Warhorse LPs.
1. Red Sea
2. Back In Time
3. Confident But Wrong
4. Feeling Better
5. Sybilla
6. Mouthpiece
7. I (Who Have Nothing)
Bonus tracks:
8. Ritual [Live]
9. Bad Time [Demo Version]
10. She Was My Friend [Demo Version]
11. Gypsy Dancer [Demo Version]
12. House Of Dolls [Demo Version]
13. Standing Right Behind You [Demo Version]

Ashley Holt - vocals
Ged Peck - guitar
Mac Poole - drums
Nick Simper - bass
Frank Wilson - organ, piano
Peter Parks - guitar


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Warhorse - Warhorse (1970)

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Biography by Richie Unterberger:
Formed in 1970 around ex-Deep Purple bassist Nick Simper, Warhorse were understandably close to early Deep Purple in their blend of keyboard-colored progressive rock and early heavy metal. The group coalesced when Simper left Deep Purple in 1969 to lead soul singer Marsha Hunt's backing band, which included Rick Wakeman on keyboards for a while. The backing band formed the nucleus of Warhorse, which recorded a couple of albums for Vertigo in the early 1970s. With their early hard rock/metal sounds and a singer (Ashley Holt) who could roll into over-serious, high stentorian vocal phrases, the group have also been compared to early Black Sabbath, although they lacked the hooks necessary to achieve the same level of success as Sabbath or Purple. Echoes of Yes (in the keyboards) and perhaps Uriah Heep can be heard as well. Warhorse broke up in 1973, with drummer Mac Poole joining Gong, and Holt and drummer Barney James (who briefly replaced Poole in Warhorse's final days) going to Rick Wakeman's band.
1. Vulture Blood
2. No Chance
3. Burning
4. St. Louis
5. Ritual
6. Solitude
7. Woman Of The Devil
Bonus tracks:
8. Ritual [Live]
9. Miss Jane [Demo Version]
10. Solitude [Live]
11. Woman Of The Devil [Live]
12. Burning [Live]

Ashley Holt - vocals
Ged Peck - guitar
Mac Poole - drums
Nick Simper - bass
Frank Wilson - organ, piano


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Dec 18, 2010

VA - A Tribute To Pink Floyd - Return To The Dark Side Of The Moon (2006)

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Return to the Dark Side of the Moon is a tribute album organised by Billy Sherwood, and released in 2006 on Purple Pyramid. It is a re-creation of Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon, and a sequel to Sherwood's Back Against the Wall, itself a re-creation of Pink Floyd's The Wall. Return to the Dark Side of the Moon, in addition includes an original piece composed by Sherwood in the style of the original album.
1. Speak To Me / Breath
2. On The Run
3. Time
4. The Great Gig In The Sky
5. Money
6. Us And Them
7. Any Colour You Like
8. Brain Damage
9. Eclipse
Exlusive bonus original track:
10. Where We Belong
Peter Banks: guitar (Yes)
Jeff Baxter: guitar, pedal steel (The Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan) 
Adrian Belew: vocals (King Crimson)
Bill Bruford: drums (Yes, UK, King Crimson)
Vinnie Colaiuta: drums (Frank Zappa)
Geoff Downes: keyboards (Yes, Asia)
Aynsley Dunbar: drums (Frank Zappa, Lou Reed, Jefferson Starship, Jeff Beck, David Bowie, Whitesnake, Sammy Hagar, UFO, Journey)
Larry Fast: keyboards (Peter Gabriel)
Robben Ford: guitar
Tony Franklin: bass (The Firm, David Gilmour, Kate Bush, Whitesnake, Blue Murder, Roy Harper)
John Giblin: bass (Peter Gabriel, Simple Minds, David Sylvian, Kate Bush)
Gary Green: guitar (Gentle Giant)
Jimmy Haslip: bass
Steve Howe: guitar (Yes, Asia)
Tony Kaye: keyboards (Yes)
Bob Kulick: guitar (Kiss, Lou Reed)
Robby Krieger: guitar (The Doors)
Tony Levin: bass (King Crimson, Peter Gabriel)
Steve Lukather: keyboards (Toto)
Malcolm McDowell: vocals (actor)
Pat Mastelloto: drums (King Crimson)
Colin Moulding: vocals, bass (XTC)
Scott Page:
sax (Toto, Supertramp, Pink Floyd)
Del Palmer: bass (Kate Bush)
Steve Porcaro: keyboards (Toto)
David Sancious: keyboards (E Street Band, Sting, Peter Gabriel)
Jay Schellen: (Asia)
Tommy Shaw: vocals (Styx)
Billy Sherwood: vocals, keyboards, guitar (Yes)
Michael Sherwood: vocals
Rick Wakeman: keyboards (Yes)
John Wetton: bass, vocals (Family, King Crimson, Roxy Music, Uriah Heep, UK, Wishbone Ash, Asia)
Alan White: drums (Yes)
CC White: vocals
Edgar Winter: sax
Dweezil Zappa: guitar

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Onesko Bogert Ceo Project - Big Electric Cream Jam (2009)

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Awesome beyond belief "Tribute" to CREAM featuring MIKE ONESKO (Blindside Blues Band) on guitar & vocals with bass guitar legend TIM BOGERT (Vanilla Fudge / Cactus / BBA) on low-end bottom kool and EMERY CEO (Blindside Blues Band) on drums. This amazing set was captured LIVE without a net featuring 10 outstanding, killer "Big Electric Cream Jams" (68 minutes) that will trip your brain and rock your retro-70s bluesy heavy guitar power trio jam: house down to the ground!
1. Crossroads
2. Politician
3. Sitting On Top Of The World
4. Outside Woman Blues
5. Tales Of Brave Ulysses
6. I'm So Glad
7. Spoonfull
8. Toad
9. We're Going Wrong
10. Sunshine Of Your Love
Sweet Wine (Hidden bonus jam)

                                Mike Onesko (Blindside Blues Band) - guitar & vocals
                                Tim Bogert (Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, BBA) - bass
                                Emery Ceo (Blindside Blues Band) - drums & background vocals
                                Chris Boras - bass on "Sweet Wine" (Hidden bonus jam)

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Groundhogs - Hogwash (1972)

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1. I Love Miss Ogyny
2. You Had A Lesson
3. The Ringmaster
4. 3744 James Road
5. Sad Is The Hunter
6. S'One Song
7. Earth Shanty
8. Mr Hooker, Sir John
Bonus tracks:
9. Rolling And Tumbling
10. Death Letter
11. Me And The Devil 
12. No More Doggin'

Tony McPhee - guitars, mellotron, synthesizer, vocals
Peter Cruickshank - bass
Clive Brooks - drums

GROUNDHOGS - 3744 James Road

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Dec 17, 2010

Humble Pie - As Safe As Yesterday Is (1969)

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1. Desperation
2. Stick Shift
3. Buttermilk Boy
4. Growing Closer
5. As Safe As Yesterday Is
6. Bang!
7. Alabama '69
8. I'll Go Alone
9. Nifty Little Number
10. What You Will
Bonus tracks:
11. Natural Born Boogie
12. Wrist Job

          Steve Marriot - vocals, guitar, slide guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica, organ, piano, percussion
          Peter Frampton - guitar, vocals, slide guitar, organ, piano
          Greg Ridley - bass, vocals, percussion
          Jerry Shirley - drums, percussion


Marmalade - There's A Lot Of It About (1968)

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Marmalade were a successful Scottish pop rock group, from the east end of Glasgow, originally formed in 1961 as "The Gaylords", later "Dean Ford and The Gaylords". In 1966, they changed the group name to 'The Marmalade'. The most successful period for the band, in terms of record success, was between 1968 and 1972. A later version of the band (from 1975 with various further personnel changes) exists to this day, although with the departure of Graham Knight, ( reported on the bands "official" website) in September 2010, there are now no original members remaning in the band...
1. Lovin' Things
2. I Shall Be Released
3. I See The Rain
4. Hey Joe
5. Summer In The City
6. There Ain't No Use In Hanging On
7. (Take a Little) Piece Of My Heart
8. Wait For Me Mary-Anne
9. Mr. Tambourine Man
10. Chains
11. Mr. Lion
12. Station On Third Avenue
13. Mess Around
14. Man In A Shop

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Groundhogs - Solid (1974)

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1. Light My Light
2. Free From All Alarm
3. Sins Of The Father
4. Sad So Round
5. Corn Cob
6. Plea Sing, Plea Song
7. Snow Storm
8. Joker's Grave

Tony McPhee -
Gibson SG, Fender Stratocaster, Yamaha acoustic, ARP 2600 synthesiser, Mellotron, Synth Hi Fi, Audio Design Phaser, Vari-pitch Revox, vocals
Pete Cruikshank -
Zemaitis bass
Clive Brooks -
Ludwig drums
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Manic Eden - Manic Eden (1994)

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Manic Eden were a short-lived hard rock band featuring former Whitesnake members Adrian Vandenberg, Rudy Sarzo and Tommy Aldridge. At first, the band featured singer James Christian of House of Lords, but he was already fired shortly after the founding of Manic Eden and replaced by former Little Caesar singer Ron Young. The band released one self-titled album on March 24, 1994...
1. Can You Fell It
2. When The Hammer Came Down
3. Ride The Storm
4. Cant Hold It
5. Fire In My Soul
6. Do Angels Die
7. Crossing The Line
8. Dark Shade Of Grey
9. Pushing Me
10. Gimme A Shot
11. Keep It Coming

Ron Young - lead vocals
Adrian Vandenberg - guitar and keyboards
Rudy Sarzo - bass
Tommy Aldridge - drums

MANIC EDEN - Dark Shade Of Grey

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Dec 16, 2010

Duffy - Scruffy Duffy (1973)

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Heavy Rock Progressive (and sometimes Acoustic) sounds of Duffy are featured on this very desirable album, and the group have become quite a firm favourite amongst rock and blues audiences. This recording was their very first album, and Chapter One are proud to represent this very fine group of musicians...
1. Running Away
2. Changing My Ways
3. Ode To Clay
4. The 1959 Rock 'n' Roll Bop
5. The Browns
6. Banker
7. Joker
8. I Can't Help The Way I Am
9. St. John's
10. Finale

Stuart Reffold - vocals, harp & percussion
Barry Coote - guitars
Joe Nanson - keyboards & vocals
Patrick Sarjeant - bass & vocals
Will Wright - drums & percussion


Groundhogs - Razor's Edge (1985)

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1. Razors Edge
2. I Confess
3. Born to Be With You
4. One More Chance
5. The Protector
6. Superseded
7. Moving Fast Standing Still
8. I Want You to Love Me

Tony McPhee - guitar, vocals
Alan Fish - bass
Mick Mirton - drums

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Mobilmánia - Az út legyen veled (2010)

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1. Amíg a gyertya ég
2. Hajnalban hazafelé
3. Szeret az Isten
4. A félelem
5. Vagyunk és maradunk
6. Gyalogos rock'n'roll
7. A folyó és a part
8. Se kártyák, se csillagok
9. Megint csak a képzelet
10. Egyedül a legjobb se jó
11. Az út legyen veled
Mobilmánia - Az út legyen veled

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Cosmosquad - Cosmosquad (1997)

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1. El Perro Vaila
2. Three A.M.
3. The Scene
4. I.N.S. Conspiracy
5. Epapo Funk
6. Missing You
7. Stretch Hog
8. Pugs In Central Park
9. Slow Burn
10. Galactic Voyage

The Artists:         
                         Jeff Kollman - electric guitar, acoustic guitar, nylon string guitar, guitar synth
                         Barry Sparks - six string bass, fretless bass
                         Shane Gaalaas - drums, percussion
                         Dale Grisa - piano, keys on tracks 1, 3, 8
                         Wes Marshall - trumpet on tracks 5, 9
                         Seth (Sneef) Mitchell - keys on tracks 5, 6, 9

COSMOSQUAD - Galactic Voyage

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Dec 15, 2010

Jimmy Barnes - Psyclone (1995)

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As a solo artist Jimmy Barnes has scored seven number one records in Australia, putting him up in the same league as the Beatles, Madonna, the Rolling Stones, and Rod Stewart. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, his family emigrated to Adelaide in 1956 when Barnes was four. It was his older brother John's interest in music that inspired Jim to follow suit, eventually leading to him becoming lead singer of Cold Chisel, who emerged as Australia's most popular band of the '80s. While their rock/soul/blues fusion music was part of the band's appeal, a large part was also the stage presence of its raw-voiced singer, crouched with intensity as he sang/shouted into the microphone with every breath in his lungs. After 12 years, Cold Chisel gave their final performance in December 1983 and Barnes launched an immediate solo career, eclipsing Cold Chisel's record sales with six solo number one albums in a row...
1. Used to the Truth
2. Spend the Night
3. Change of Heart
4. Every Beat
5. Come Undone
6. Stumbling
7. Love and Devotion
8. Mirror of Your Soul
9. Just a Man
10. Fooling Yourself
11. Tears
12. Going Down Alone
13. Because You Wanted It

JIMMY BARNES - Change Of Heart

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Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band - Live On (1999)

Kenny Wayne Shepherd and his group exploded on the scene in the mid-'90s and garnered huge amounts of radio airplay on commercial radio, which historically has not been a solid home for blues and blues-rock music, with the exception of Stevie Ray Vaughan in the mid-'80s. Shepherd was born June 12, 1977, in Shreveport, LA. The Shreveport native began playing at age seven, figuring out Muddy Waters licks from his father's record collection (he has never taken a formal lesson). At age 13, he was invited on-stage by New Orleans bluesman Brian Lee and held his own for several hours; thus proving himself, he decided on music as a career...
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1. In 2 Deep
2. Was
3. Them Changes
4. Last Goodbye
5. Shotgun Blues
6. Never Mind
7. You Should Know Better
8. Every Time It Rains
9. Oh Well
10. Wild Love
11. Losing Kind
12. Live On
13. Where Was I?
14. Electric Lullaby

Kenny Wayne Shepherd - vocals, guitar
Noah Hunt  - lead vocals
Keith Christopher - bass
Sam Bryant - drums

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Groundhogs - Who Will Save The World? The Mighty Groundhogs (1972)

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1. Earth Is Not Room Enough
2. Wages Of Peace
3. Body In Mind
4. Music Is The Food Of Thought
5. Bog Roll Blues
6. Death Of The Sun
7. Amazing Grace
8. The Grey Maze

Peter Cruickshank - bass
Tony McPhee - guitar, mellotron, harmonium, vocals
Ken Pustelnik - drums