Jan 30, 2011

Hobo Blues Band - Vadaskert II (1996)

FLAC tracks + Covers | 277 mb + 3% recovery

1. Csipkerózsika és a hét törpe
2. Óvodai idill
3. A medve halála
4. Meztelen majom
5. Requiem
6. Királyválasztás
7. Sültbolond
8. Felhőlovas
9. Isten mely oldalon áll
10. Családom a természet
Solti János - dob
Földes László - ének
Zsoldos Tamás - basszusgitár
Tóth János Rudolf - gitár
Tátrai Tibor
- gitár


Hobo Blues Band - Vadaskert I (1996)

FLAC tracks + Covers | 286 mb + 3% recovery

1. Vadaskert
2. Egy hajókirándulás
3. Der Medve
4. Műmese
5. A vadőr vallomása
6. A nyúl felszólalása
7. A háziállatok himnusza
8. Bohóc a dobozon
9. A vadember sírverse
Solti János - dob
Földes László - ének 
Zsoldos Tamás - basszusgitár
Tóth János Rudolf - gitár
Tátrai Tibor - gitár


Poco - Legend (1978)

XLD Rip | FLAC+CUE+LOG+Covers | 268 mb+3% recovery

1. Boomerang
2. Spellbound
3. Barbados
4. Little Darlin’
5. Love Comes Love Goes
6. Heart Of The Night
7. Crazy Love
8. The Last Goodbye
9. Legend
Paul Cotton - guitar, vocals
Rusty Young - steel guitar, guitar, vocals
Charlie Harrison - bass, vocals
Steve Chapman - drums
Michael Boddicker - synthesizer
Steve Forman - percussion
Tom Stephenson - keyboards
Jai Winding - keyboards
Phil Kenzie - saxophone


Jan 26, 2011

Amish - Amish (1972, 2007)

EAC | FLAC TRACKS+CUE+LOG+Covers | 213 mb+3% recovery

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Following the demise of FJ & The Impressions at the end of the '60s, Galt, Ontario natives keyboardist Ron Baumtrog and bassist Mike Gingrich were looking to head down a different musical path. Their old band was a covers band doing R&B, but when frontman Doug Stagg and drummer Jack Byrne came on board, Amish was born. They added guitarist Jack Botts, a draft dodger up from Michigan, and started out playing covers of more blues-basedpsych-driven rock, including McKenna Mendelson Mainline, The Doors, and James Gang.They became fixtures on the Toronto circuit and with manager Bill Gefross, got them an audience at Detroit based Sussex Records. Dennis Coffey and Mike Theodore were both not only staff producers, but also had experience producing some of Motown's hottest acts. Because of his boycott of the Viet Nam War, Botts had to stay behind, and session guitarist Joe Gutz was brought in to GM Studios.The band was being courted with US tour offers, and so after returning home, replaced Botts with new guitarist Bob Norris, ex of Oasis. Distribution was picked up by Buddah Records, but by the time their self-titled debut album was in the stores in the summer of '72, Kim Neil (also ex of Oasis) had replaced Byrne on drums.A mix of organ-driven fuzzy guitar-laden songs that crossed the psychadelic fence over to greener pastures of 'mature melodies.' Although "Down The Road" was intended to be released as a single, none were. Still, with a cover of Traffic's "Dear Mr Fantasy" and a good blend of production and tight writing was evident in other tracks like the leadoff "Sad Girl," "Help Me" and the Uriah Heepish "The Sea."A handful of American dates complimented some more touring around southern Ontario, and the band recorded some sessions around the Toronto area. But when Buddah folded, they were left with an album in the can, and no one to pick it up. By mid '73, Baumtrog left and Gerry Mertz was brought in as the new keyboardist. They carried on theroad for a couple of years while trying to find a new label. Mertz's departure dropped the band to a foursome, and by the end of '75, everyone went their separate ways.Everyone got out of the business all together, except for Gingrich. After finishing out the '70s with a brief stint in Nightwinds, he toured with Klaatu for a year, then re-surfaced on the West Coast in the early '80s. There, he stayed busy for the rest of the decade touring with the likes of Headpins and Holly Woods and Toronto, among others. Doug Stagg passed away in 1999.The band's only album was re-released in 2007 by German-based Second Harvest Records, but without any bonus material.
1. Sad Girl   
2. Black Lace Woman   
3. Wise Man   
4. Help Me   
5. I Don't Need Nobody   
6. Dear Mr. Fantasy   
7. The Sea   
8. Down The Road


Jan 25, 2011

Gravy Train - (A Ballad Of) A Peaceful Man (1971)

EAC | CD Image | FLAC+CUE+LOG+Covers | 241 mb+3% recovery

Gravy Train were a progressive rock group from Lancashire, England, formed by vocalist and guitarist Norman Barrett in 1970. Together with J.D. Hughes (keyboards, vocals, wind), Lester Williams (bass, vocals) and Barry Davenport (drums) they recorded four studio albums. The first two were released on the Vertigo label and the latter two by Dawn Records. The band was dissolved in 1974. Little is known what happened with its members except for Norman Barrett, who appeared in Mandalaband for their second and final album in 1978. He went on to found the Barrett Band, which recorded albums in the early 1980s. Released in late 1971, (A Ballad of) A Peaceful Man was Gravy Train's second - and probably their most praised - album. Unlike their heavier debut, this album sports some lovely string arrangements, provided by Nick Harrison. A unique feature of the album is that it splits the heavy tracks from the lighter tracks: all the ballads are on side 1, while all the rockers are on side 2...
1. Alone In Georgia
2. (A Ballad Of) A Peaceful Man
3. Jule's Delight
4. Messenger
5. Can Anybody Hear Me
6. Old Tin Box
7. Won't Talk About It
8. Home Again

Band members:
Norman Barrett - guitar, vocals
Barry Davenport - drums
J. D. Hughes  - keyboards, vocals, wind
Lester Williams - bass, vocals

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Jan 24, 2011

Ölveti Blues Band - Te és én (2009)

EAC | FLAC TRACKS | CUE | LOG | NO COVERS | 286 mb+3% recovery

Hungarian blues rock band

1. Elvettem a Disznó lányát
2. Te és én
3. Rock 'n Roll
4. Szolga
5. Lótuszvirág
6. Vörösboros kóla
7. Van-e nálad óvszer?
8. Jim Beam
9. Pocsolyába léptem
10. Can’t Stand the Pain
Ölveti László - ének
Takács Richárd - dobok
Pércsi Sándor - basszusgitár
Boros György - gitár, zongora
Vincze Krisztián - gitár, szitár

Ölveti Blues Band - Pocsolyába léptem

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Jan 23, 2011

The Doobie Brothers - The Captain And Me (1973)

EAC | CD Image | APE+CUE+LOG+Covers | 256 mb+3% recovery

The Captain and Me is the third studio album by American rock band The Doobie Brothers, released in 1973. It features some of their most popular hits including "Long Train Running", "China Grove" and "Without You"...
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1. Natural Thing
2. Long Train Runnin'
3. China Grove
4. Dark Eyed Cajun Woman
5. Clear As The Driven Snow
6. Without You
7. South City Midnight Lady
8. Evil Woman
9. Busted Down Around O'Connelly Corners
10. Ukiah
11. The Captain And Me

Tom Johnston - guitars, harmonica, vocals
Patrick Simmons - guitars, ARP, vocals
Tiran Porter - bass, vocals
John Hartman - drums, percussion, vocals
Michael Hossack - drums, congas, cymbals, timbales
Additional players:
Bill Payne - piano, organ, keyboards
Jeffrey 'Skunk' Baxter - guitar, pedal steel guitar, steel guitar
Ted Templeman - percussion
Nick DeCaro - strings arrangement

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Poco - Blue And Gray (1981)

EAC | FLAC TRACKS+CUE+LOG+Covers | 231 mb+3% recovery

1. Glorybound
2. Blue And Gray
3. Streets Of Paradise
4. The Writing On The Wall
5. Down On The River Again
6. Please Wait For Me
7. Widowmaker
8. Here Comes That Girl Again
9. Sometimes (We Are All We Got)
10. The Land Of Glory

Paul Cotton - guitar, vocals
Rusty Young - steel guitar, guitar, vocals
Charlie Harrison - bass, vocals
Steve Chapman - drums
Kim Bullard - keyboards, vocals
Clydie King - backing vocals
Denise DeCaro - backing vocals
Venetta Fields - backing vocals
Steve Forman - percussion

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Spring - Spring (1971)

EAC | CD Image | APE+CUE+LOG+Covers | 374 mb+3% recovery

1. The Prisoner (Eight By Ten)
2. Grail
3. Boats
4. Shipwrecked Soldier
5. Golden Fleece
6. Inside Out
7. Song To Absent Friends (The Island)
8. Gazing
Additional tracks:
9. Fools Gold
10. Hendre Mews
11. A World Full Of Whispers

Kipps Brown - keyboards
Adrian Maloney - bass, guitar
Ray Martinez - guitar, keyboards
Pat Moran - vocals, keyboards
Pick Withers - drums
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Jan 18, 2011

Faces - Ooh La La (1973)

EAC | CD Image | WV+CUE+LOG+Covers | 208 mb+3% recovery

1. Silicone Grown
2. Cindy Incidentally
3. Flags And Banners
4. My Fault
5. Borstal Boys
6. Fly In The Ointment
7. If I'm On The Late Side
8. Glad And Sorry
9. Just Another Honky
10. Ooh La La

Rod Stewart - lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Ronnie Wood - lead, slide and rhythm guitar, bass, vocals
Ian McLagan - piano, organ, harmonium
Ronnie Lane - bass, rhythm guitar, tambourine, vocals
Kenny Jones - drums
Neemoi "Speedy" Aquaye - congas, shakers (track 6)
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Faces - A Nod Is As Good As A Wink... To A Blind Horse (1971)

EAC | CD Image | APE+CUE+LOG+Covers | 229 mb+3% recovery

1. Miss Judy’s Farm
2. You’re So Rude
3. Love Lives Here
4. Last Orders Please
5. Stay With Me
6. Debris
7. Memphis
8. Too Bad
9. That’s All You Need

Rod Stewart - vocals
Ronnie Lane - bass, guitar, vocals
Ronnie Wood - guitar, harmonica
Ian McLagan - piano, organ
Kenny Jones - drums
Harry Fowler - steel drums on "That's All You Need"


Jan 17, 2011

Faces - Long Player (1971)

EAC | CD Image | APE+CUE+LOG+Covers | 254 mb+3% recovery

Faces (sometimes known as The Faces) are an English rock band formed in 1969 by members of the Small Faces after Steve Marriott left that group to form Humble Pie. The remaining Small Faces - Ronnie Lane (bass guitar), Ian McLagan (keyboards) and Kenney Jones (drums & percussion) - were joined by Ronnie Wood (guitar) and Rod Stewart (lead vocals), both from The Jeff Beck Group, and the new line-up was renamed Faces...
Long Player, from 1971, was the second album by the British rock group Faces. Among the highlights are the live cover of Paul McCartney's "Maybe I'm Amazed", the rave-up "Had Me a Real Good Time" and the opening "Bad 'n' Ruin".
1. Bad 'N' Ruin
2. Tell Everyone
3. Sweet Lady Mary
4. Richmond
5. Maybe I'm Amazed
6. Had Me A Real Good Time
7. On The Beach
8. I Feel So Good
9. Jerusalem

Rod Stewart - vocals
Ian McLagan - organ and piano
Kenny Jones - drums
Ron Lane - bass guitar and vocals
Ron Wood - lead guitar, slide guitar and pedal steel guitar
Bobby Keyes - saxophone
Harry Beckett - trumpet
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Jan 15, 2011

Poco - Head Over Heels (1975)

EAC | CD Image | APE+CUE+LOG+Covers | 231 mb+3% recovery

1. Keep On Tryin'
2. Lovin' Arms
3. Let Me Turn Back To You
4. Makin' Love
5. Down In The Quarter
6. Sittin On A Fence
7. Georgia, Bind My Ties
8. US
9. Flyin' Solo
10. Dallas
11. I'll Be Back Again

Paul Cotton - guitar, vocals
Rusty Young - steel guitar, guitar, vocals
Timothy B. Schmit - bass, vocals
George Grantham - drums, vocals
Donald Fagen - synthesizer
Victor Feldman - percussion
Steve Forman - percussion
Al Garth - violin
Mark Henry Harman - keyboards, piano, cello
Jimmie Haskell - strings
Milt Holland - percussion
Garth Hudson - keyboards
Michael Von Verdick - vocals


Vikidál Gyula - Plussz (1994)

EAC | CD Image | FLAC+CUE+LOG+Covers | 362 mb+3% recovery

1.  Főnix, Tűzimádó
2.  Héj rocker
3.  Keresztúton állok
4.  Kétforintos dal
5.  Gyermekszerelem
6.  Ha lesz új életem
7.  Miskolc
8.  Forma I
9.  A régi klub
10.  Kérdések
11.  Menj tovább
Vikidál Gyula - ének
Menyhárt János, Szűcs Norbert - gitár
Jankai Béla, Závodi Gábor, Papp Gyula - billentyűs hangszerek
Kékesi Bajnok László - basszusgitár
Szentmihályi Gábor, Pálmai Zoltán - dob
Fekete Zsolt - ének, vokál (11)

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Deák Bill Gyula - A Király meséi (2009)

EAC | CD Image | FLAC+CUE+LOG+Covers | 499 mb+3% recovery

1.  Forró hó
2.  Nagy eső után
3.  Kőbányáról álmodtam
4.  Itthon maradtam
5.  Hol az ég?
6.  Kilakoltatás
7.  Ébredj
8.  Lassú szőrös blues
9.  Csonka boogie
10.  Egyedül az arénában
11.  Szabadon élj
12.  A király meséje
13.  A végtelen felé
14.  Hosszú az út
15.  Éjféli piac
16.  Az legyél, aki vagy
Deák Bill Gyula - ének
Csillag Endre, Lukács Peta, Tornóczky Ferenc, Sipeki Zoltán - gitár
Zsoldos Tamás - basszusgitár
Szabó Tamás - szájharmonika
Hirleman Bertalan - dob

Deák Bill Gyula - Lassú szőrös blues

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Jan 13, 2011

Dr. Feelgood - Down By The Jetty (1975)

EAC | FLAC TRACKS+CUE+LOG+Covers | 256 mb+3% recovery

1. She Does It Right
2. Boom Boom
3. The More I Give
4. Roxette
5. One Weekend
6. That Ain't No Way To Behave
7. I Don't Mind
8. Twenty Yards Behind
9. Keep It Out Of Sight
10. All Through The City
11. Cheque Book
12. Oyeh!
13. Bonnie Moronie / Tequilla [Live]


Wilko Johnson - guitar, piano, vocals
Lee Brilleaux - vocals, guitar, harmonica
John B. Sparks - bass guitar
The Big Figure - drums

Bob Andrews - saxophone on "Bonnie Moronie" / "Tequila"
Brinsley Schwarz - saxophone on "Bonnie Moronie" / "Tequila"

Them Crooked Vultures - Them Crooked Vultures (2009)

EAC | CD Image | APE+CUE+LOG+Covers | 493 mb+3% recovery

Them Crooked Vultures is a rock  supergroup formed in Los Angeles in 2009 by John Paul Jones, Dave Grohl and Josh Homme. The group also includes guitarist Alain Johannes during live performances. The band began recording in July 2009, and performed their first gig on August 9, 2009 in Chicago, followed by a European debut on August 19. On October 1 the group embarked on a worldwide tour titled Deserve the Future with dates going into 2010. The band's first single "New Fang" was released in October 2009, followed by the group's self-titled debut album the following month, debuting at number 12 on the Billboard 200.
1. No One Loves Me & Neither Do I
2. Mind Eraser, No Chaser
3. New Fang
4. Dead End Friends
5. Elephants
6. Scumbag Blues
7. Bandoliers
8. Reptiles
9. Interlude With Ludes
10. Warsaw Or The First Breath You Take After You Give Up
11. Caligulove
12. Gunman
13. Spinning In Daffodils

The band:
Josh Homme - lead vocals, guitar
John Paul Jones - bass guitar, keyboards, piano, keytar, lap steel guitar, mandolin, violin, backing vocals
Dave Grohl - drums, percussion, backing vocals

Karthago - ValóságRock (2004)

EAC / CD Image / FLAC+CUE+LOG+Covers / 340 mb+3% recovery

The band was founded in 1979 by Ferenc Szigeti, releasing their self-titled debut album in 1981, which sold 178.000 copies and established the band's fame. After winning an international contest in Austria, they got a two-record deal for Western Europe. They toured Austria, East Germany and other Soviet Bloc countries. The band broke up in 1985 but in they reunited for a concert at Petőfi Csarnok, Budapest in 1990, followed by two others in 1997 and 2000. The band then started a 15-stop tour in 2003, culminating in their first new album after 19 years. They have been active since then, performing often all around Hungary.
1. Intro       
2. Valóságrock       
3. Érted élni       
4. Ne menekülj       
5. Néma asszony       
6. Hitvallás       
7. Édes vad vihar       
8. Apáink útján       
9. Éjféli angyal       
10. Mert Szerettél... (Asszony lett a lányból)       
11. Legyen egy álmunk       
12. Requiem

Gidófalvy Attila - billentyûk, tangóharmonika, vokál
Kiss Zoltán Zéró - basszusgitár, vokál
Kocsándi Miklós - dobok, vokál, akusztikus gitár, ének
Szigeti Ferenc - gitárok, vokál
Takáts Tamás - ének, vokál

Jan 11, 2011

Dr. Hook - Bankrupt (1975)

EAC | CD Image | FLAC+CUE+Covers | No log | 201 mb+3% recovery

1. Levitate
2. Let Me Be Your Lover
3. Only Sixteen
4. I Got Stoned And I Missed
5. Bubblin Up
6. Wups
7. Millionaire
8. Everybody's Making It Big
9. Cooky And Lila
10. Everybody Loves Me
11. On The Way To The Bottom
12. Do Downs

Dr. Hook - Only Sixteen

Kayak - Merlin (1981)

EAC | CD Image | APE+CUE+LOG+Covers | 290 mb+3% recovery

1. Merlin
2. Tintagel
3. The Sword In The Stone
4. The King’s Enchanter
5. Niniane (Lady Of The Lake)
6. Boogie Heart
7. Now That We’ve Come This Far
8. Love’s Aglow
9. Seagull
10. Can’t Afford To Lose

Band members:
Ton Scherpenzeel - keyboards, backing vocals (lead vocals on "Love's Aglow")
Max Werner - drums, percussion, backing vocals
Johan Slager - electric & acoustic guitars, banjo, flute
Edward Reekers - lead and backing vocals
Peter Scherpenzeel - bass guitar, recorder
Irene Linders - backing vocals
Katherine Lapthorn - backing vocals

Kayak - Phantom Of The Night (1979)

EAC | CD Image | ape+CUE+LOG+Covers | 264 mb+3% recovery

1. Winning Ways
2. Keep The Change
3. Ruthless Queen
4. Crime Of Passion
5. First Signs Of Spring
6. Daphne
7. The Poet And The One Man Band
8. No Man's Land
9. Journey Through Time
10. Phantom Of The Night
Bonus track:
11. Ballad For A Lost Friend

Band members:
Ton Scherpenzeel - keyboards
Edward Reekers - lead vocals
Max Werner - drums, percussion, vocals
Peter Scherpenzeel - bass guitar
Johan Slager - guitars
Katherine Lapthorn - backing vocals
Irene Linders - backing vocals

Jan 10, 2011

Kayak - Starlight Dancer (1977)

EAC | CD Image | APE+CUE+LOG+Covers | 328 mb+3% recovery

1. Daughter Or Son
2. Starlight Dancer
3. Want You To Be Mine
4. Let Down
5. Irene
6. Golddust
7. May
8. Turn The Tide
9. Dead Bird Flies Forever
10. Sweet Revenge
11. Where Do We Go From Here?
Bonus tracks:
12. Want You To Be Mine (US version)
13. Irene (US version)

Kayak - May

Kayak - The Last Encore (1976)

EAC | CD Image | APE+CUE+LOG+Covers | 228 mb+3% recovery

1. Back To The Front
2. Nothingness
3. Love Of A Victim
4. Land On The Water
5. The Last Encore
6. Do You Care
7. Still My Heart Cries For You
8. Relics From A Distant Age
9. Love Me Tonight / Get On Board
10. Evocation
11. Raid Your Own House
12. Well Done

Pim Koopman - drums, percussion, piano, backing vocals
Ton Scherpenzeel - keyboards, mellotron, accordion, double bass, backing vocals
Johan Slager - guitars, backing vocals
Bert Veldkamp - bass, double bass, saxophone, zither, backing vocals
Max Werneer - lead & backing vocals, percussion, mellotrons

Kayak - Nothingness

Kayak - Royal Bed Bouncer (1975)

EAC | CD Image | FLAC+CUE+LOG+Covers | 476 mb+3% recovery

1. Royal Bed Bouncer
2. Life Of Gold
3. (You're So) Bizarre
4. Bury The World
5. Chance For A Lifetime
6. If This Is Your Welcome
7. Moments Of Joy
8. Patricia Anglaia
9. Said No Word
10. My Heart Has Changed
Bonus tracks:
11. Alibi
12. Mountain Too Rough
13. Woe And Alas
14. Mouldy Wood
15. Lovely Luna
16. Forever It's Lonely Though
17. Still Try To Write A Book
18. Give It A Name
19. Bulldozer (demo)

Ton Scherpenzeel - keyboards, vocals
Johan Slager - guitars, vocals
Bert Veldkamp - bass, vocal
Max Werneer - lead vocals, mellotron

Kayak - Life Of Gold

Jan 9, 2011

Kayak - Kayak II (1974)

EAC | CD Image | APE+CUE+LOG+Covers | 230 mb+3% recovery

Kayak II is the second album by the Dutch progressive rock band Kayak. It was originally released in 1974 and reissued with a bonus track in 1995.

1. Alibi
2. Wintertime
3. Mountain Too Rough
4. They Get To Know Me
5. Serenades
6. Woe And Alas
7. Mireille
8. Trust In The Machine
9. His Master's Noise
Bonus track:
10. We Are Not Amused

Ton Scherpenzeel - keyboards, vocal, accordion
Pim Koopman - percussion, vocals
Johan Slager - electric and acoustic guitars, vocals
Max Werner - mellotrons, percussion, vocals
Cees van Leeuwen - bass guitar, harmonica


Kayak - See See The Sun (1973)

EAC |  FLAC TRACKS+CUE+LOG+Covers | 322 mb+3% recovery

Kayak are a Dutch progressive rock band founded in 1972 by Ton Scherpenzeel and Pim Koopman. In 1973, their debut album "See See The Sun" was released, including 3 hit singles. Their main popularity was in the Netherlands, with their top hit (Ruthless Queen) reaching #6 on the Dutch charts in March 1979. They disbanded in 1982 after releasing nine albums...
1. Reason For It All
2. Lyrics
3. Mouldy Wood
4. Lovely Luna
5. Hope For A Life
6. Ballet Of The Cripple
7. Forever Is A Lonely Thought
8. Mammoth
9. See See The Sun
Bonus tracks:
10. Still Try To Write A Book
11. Give It A Name

Ton Scherpenzeel - piano's, synths, organ, harpsicord, vocals, accordion
Pim Koopman - drums, percussion, marimba, vocals
Johan Slager - guitars, vocals
Max Werner - mellotrons, percussion, vocals
Cees van Leeuwen - bass, harmonica

Kayak - See See The Sun

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Stealers Wheel [feat. Gerry Rafferty] - Right Or Wrong (1975)

EAC | FLAC TRACKS+CUE+LOG+Low quality covers | 255 mb+3% recovery

1. Benediction
2. Found My Way To You
3. This Morning
4. Let Yourself Go
5. Home From Home
6. Go As You Please
7. Wishbone
8. Don't Get Me Wrong
9. Monday Morning
10. Right Or Wrong

Stealers Wheel - Benediction

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Jan 7, 2011

Cheap Trick - Sgt. Pepper Live (2009)

EAC | CD Image | APE+CUE+LOG+Covers | 319 mb+3% recovery

American pop group Cheap Trick, in a reprisal of their wildly successful sold-out concerts, salute the 40th anniversary of the Beatles' seminal Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album with a dynamic track-by-track rendition that features an Indian music ensemble and an array of several very special guests. At the helm is none other that the legendary Goeff Emerick, who engineered the Fab Four's definitive album in 1967, and brings and exciting authenticity to the celebration. Cheap Trick genuinely infuse their brand of Beatlesque power pop into a live tribute that pays homage to their musical influences, by capturing the essence of an album that changed music history.
1. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
2. With A Little Help From My Friends
3. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
4. Getting Better
5. Fixing A Hole
6. She's Leaving Home
7. Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite
8. Within You Without You
9. When I'm Sixty-Four
10. Lovely Rita
11. Good Morning Good Morning
12. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)
13. A Day In The Life
14. Medley Song

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Cheap Trick - The Latest (2009)

EAC | CD Image | FLAC+CUE+LOG+Covers | 310 mb+3% recovery

1. Sleep Forever
2. When The Lights Are Out
3. Miss Tomorrow
4. Sick Man Of Europe
5. These Days
6. Miracle
7. Everyday You Make Me Crazy
8. California Girl
9. Everybody Knows
10. Alive
11. Times Of Our Lives
12. Closer, The Ballad Of Burt And Linda
13. Smile

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Humble Pie - Back On Track (2002)

EAC | CD Image | APE+CUE+LOG+Covers | 272 mb+3% recovery

1. Dignified  
2. Real Thing  
3. Trouble
4. Ain't No Big Thing  
5. Stay One More Night
6. Still Got A Story To Tell  
7. All I Ever Needed  
8. This Time  
9. Flatbusted  
10. Between Old Teddy & Your Mom

Jerry Shirley - drums
Greg Ridley - bass, lead vocals
Bobby Tench - lead guitar, backing vocals
Dave "Bucket" Coldwell - guitar


Jan 5, 2011

Stealers Wheel [feat. Gerry Rafferty] - Stealers Wheel (1972)

EAC | CD Image | FLAC+CUE+LOG+Covers | 203 mb+3% recovery
RIP Gerry Rafferty
Stealers Wheel are a Scottish folk rock/rock band formed in Paisley, Renfrewshire in 1972 by former school friends Joe Egan and Gerry Rafferty...
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1. Late Again (Joe Egan / Gerry Rafferty)
2. Stuck In The Middle (Joe Egan / Gerry Rafferty)
3. Another Meaning (Joe Egan)
4. I Get By (Joe Egan)
5. Outside Looking In (Gerry Rafferty)
6. Johnny's Song (Gerry Rafferty)
7. Next To Me (Joe Egan / Gerry Rafferty)
8. Jose (Joe Egan)
9. Gets So Lonely (Joe Egan)
10. You Put Something Better Inside Me (Joe Egan / Gerry Rafferty)

Gerry Rafferty - guitar, vocals
Joe Egan - keyboards, vocals
Tony Williams - bass
Rod Coombes - drums
Paul Pilnick - lead guitar

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