May 29, 2011

Colin Blunstone - Ennismore (1972)

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If anyone has a distinctive voice, it certainly would be Colin Blunstone. His wispy-breathy vocals are instantly recognizable. It presided over the Zombies and some of the best singles of the 60’s British Invasion: ‘Time of the Season’, ‘She’s Not There’ and ‘Tell Her No’. His voice can be heard in guest appearances on other artist’s recordings: Alan Parson’s “Old and Wise” and Mike Batt’s “Losing Your Way in the Rain”, for example. While not a singles artist, Blunstone has had multiple hits abroad, while hardly garnering any airplay in the U.S. “Ennismore” is Colin’s second LP. Here, as on his debut, he is produced by his former bandmates, Rod Argent and Chris White. and backed by the members of Argent. Blunstone’s second solo effort serves as a near perfect showcase for his voice. Considerably more commercial than his solo debut, in some aspects, this album almost qualifies as a “lost” Argent LP. While Colin writes several songs for this effort, it is stocked with Argent/White tunes. Anyone familiar with the Zombies will feel comfortable with this shimmering produced mix of pop and rock. While the entire set is worth hearing, for me, the best tracks on “Ennismore” are those that feature Blunstone’s trademark lyrical themes of hopeless Romantic angst over unrequited love, delivered in his trademark confidential half-whispered style, set off nicely by baroque chamber-music arrangements that are employed to such great effect. Personal highlights include the Russ Ballard-composed ballad ‘I Don’t Believe in Miracles’, ‘How Could We Dare to Be Wrong’ (both hits in the U.K. and abroad) and the rockers ‘I Want Some More’ and ‘Andorra’. ‘Andorra’ is particularly interesting as it is a near rewrite of ‘Time of the Season’, with the same echoed vocal gasps and off-time hand-claps, while incorporating flamenco guitar, giving it a distinctive Iberian feel. While one may sense that Colin is a little fey at times, this is one LP that is perfect for quiet introspection or, perhaps, as a backdrop to an intimate evening. In any case, ‘Ennismore’ is the highlight of Colin Blunstone’s solo discography and near perfect example of baroque rock.
1. I Don't Believe In Miracles
2. Exclusively For Me
3. A Sign From Me To You
4. Every Sound I Heard
5. How Wrong Can One Man Be
6. I Want Some More
7. Pay Me Later
8. Andorra
9. I've Always Had You
10. Time's Running Out
11. How Could We Dare To Be Wrong

Colin Blunstone - vocals, guitar
Rod Argent - piano, keyboards
Russ Ballard - guitar, piano, keyboards
Steve Bingham - bass
Jim Rodford - bass
Robert Henrit - drums
Byron Lyefoot - drums
Jim Toomey - drums
Terry Poole - drums, bass
Phil Dennys - piano, keyboards
Pete Wingfield - piano, keyboards
Derek Griffiths - guitar
Michael Snow - guitar, keyboards


May 28, 2011

Argent - Nexus (1974)

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1. Coming Of Kohoutek [instrumental]
2. Once Around The Sun [instrumental]
3. Infinite Wanderer
4. Love
5. Music From The Spheres
6. Thunder And Lightning
7. Keeper Of The Flame
8. Man For All Reasons
9. Gonna Meet My Maker


May 27, 2011

Argent - In Deep (1973)

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1. God Gave Rock & Roll To You
2. It's Only Money, Pt. 1
3. It's Only Money, Pt. 2
4. Losing Hold
5. Be Glad
6. Christmas For The Free
7. Candles On The River

8. Rosie
Bonus track:
9. Hold Your Head Up


May 26, 2011

Jonesy - Growing (1973)

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JONESY biography by Dave Preston:
JONESY were an early 70's band in the style of KING CRIMSON but with the unusual element of electric trumpet from Alan Bown. Other band members were John Evan-Jones - guitar & backing vocals, Jamie Kaleth - lead vocals & keyboards (including some excellent Mellotron), Gypsy Jones - lead vocals, bass guitar & recorders and Plug Thomas - percussion and backing vocals.
They recorded three albums on the Dawn Label "No Alternative", "Keeping Up" and "Growing". All are strong with the aforementioned KING CRIMSON influences. All can be approached with a degree of assurity but "Keeping Up" is probably the strongest of the three. All were reissued on CD by Korean label S-Wan.

1. Can You Get That Together
2. Waltz for Yesterday
3. Know Who Your Friends Are
4. Growing
5. Hard Road

6. Jonesy

Alan Bown - trumpet, percussion
Ken Elliot - synthesizers
Bernie Hagley - saxophone
Gypsy Jones - guitar, vocals
John Evans Jones - guitar, vocals
Jamie Kaleth - keyboards, Mellotron, vocals
Morris Pert - percussion
Plug Thomas - drums, vocals 

May 24, 2011

Billy Cobham - Total Eclipse (1974)

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Robert Taylor (
This is Billy Cobham's third solo recording under his own name and is a fine follow-up to Crosswinds. The mini-suite "Solarization" not only showcases the band's technical abilities, but also Cobham's strong compositional skills. It also features a schizophrenic piano solo ("Second Phase") from the underrated pianist Milcho Leviev, who sounds like a mutation of Cecil Taylor and Bill Evans. The funky "Moon Germs," on which John Abercrombie is pushed to inspiring new heights, became a Cobham classic. "The Moon Ain't Made of Green Cheese" is a beautiful flugelhorn solo by Randy Brecker backed by Cobham's debut on piano. The band stretches out on the lengthy "Sea of Tranquility," while "Last Frontier" is a gratuitous drum solo. This recording is highly recommended as Cobham still sounds inspired.
1. Solarisation
2. Lunarputians
3. Total Eclipse
4. Bandits
5. Moon Germs
6. The Moon Ain't Made Of Green Cheese
7. Sea Of Tranquillity
8. Last Frontier

Billy Cobham - piano, drums, tympani
Michael Brecker - soprano & tenor saxophones, flute
Randy Brecker - trumpet, flugelhorn
Glenn Ferris - tenor & bass trombones
Alex Blake - electric bass
Milcho Leviev - keyboards
John Abercrombie - guitar
Additional musicians:
Cornell Dupree - guitar
David Earle Johnson - congas
Sue Evans - marimba


May 23, 2011

Billy Cobham - Spectrum (1973)

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Review by Scott Yanow:
Drummer Billy Cobham was fresh from his success with the Mahavishnu Orchestra when he recorded his debut album, which is still his best. Most of the selections showcase Cobham in a quartet with keyboardist Jan Hammer, guitarist Tommy Bolin, and electric bassist Lee Sklar. Two other numbers include Joe Farrell on flute and soprano and trumpeter Jimmy Owens with guitarist John Tropea, Hammer, bassist Ron Carter, and Ray Barretto on congas. The generally high-quality compositions (which include "Red Baron") make this fusion set a standout, a strong mixture of rock-ish rhythms and jazz improvising.
1.  Quadrant 4
2.  Searching For The Right Door
3.  Spectrum
4.  Anxiety
5.  Taurian Matador
6.  Stratus
7.  To The Women In My Life
8.  Le Lis
9.  Snoopy's Search
10.  Red Baron

Billy Cobham - Red Baron:


May 22, 2011

England - England (1976)

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England (Not the England who recorded "Garden Shed"), was an English progressive rock band band formed in 1971 by guitarist, Olly Alcock. Originally the band included drummer, Mike Kidson, who later became Genesis' road manager, and bassist John Waite, who released the big hit "Missing You" in 1984. Despite constant touring, the band never hit the big time. By 1973, Olly Alcock was the only remaining England member. In 1974, he recruited bassist, Ben Eggleston, drummer John Clark, and saxophonist, Paul Rossiter. The band continued gigging and touring, still without any noticeable success or a record deal. By 1975, drummer John Clark had left the band. By 1976, England had secured a small record deal. Drummer, Phil Cook joined the band, and Paul Rossiter became more of a background player. The late, great Alexis Korner thought highly of the band. The band's first s/t release posted here, sank without a trace. By 1978, England had split up. Olly Alcock formed The Olly Alcock Band. Ben Eggleston retired from the music scene, and Phil Cook seems to have disappeared! England was quite a good progressive blues rock band, often compared to bands like Nektar, and Wishbone Ash. On this s/t album, all the songs were played 'live' and only the vocals were added later. A decent prog/hard blues rock album with some above average songs, great raw guitar, and nice sax work. Vocals could be better, as they sound slightly "off key" at times. However, this was a privately issued album, with a very limited circulation. With more studio production, this could have been a far better album.
1. The Osprey
2. Keswick Line
3. Out Of Town
4. Beauty & The Beast
5. Paradise Lost
6. How Does It Feel?
7. Nature Ruled
8. Fleece
9. Life And Soul

Olly Alcock - guitars, lead vocals
Ben Eggleston - bass, vocals
Phil Cook - drums
Paul Rossiter - tenor sax (4), soprano sax (7)

May 18, 2011

Dr. Feelgood - Primo (1991)

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1. Heart Of The City
2. My Sugar Turns To Alcohol
3. Going Down
4. No Time
5. World In A Jug
6. If My Baby Quit Me
7. Primo Blues
8. Standing At The Crossroads Again
9. Been Down So Long
10. Don't Worry Baby
11. Down By The Jetty Blues
12. Two Times Nine

Lee Brilleaux - vocals, slide guitar, harmonica
Dave Bronze - bass
Martin Cure - background vocals
Ben Donnelly - bass
Ian Gibbons - keyboards
Kevin Morris - percussion, drums
Gary Plumley - saxophone
Steve Walwyn - guitar, background vocals, slide guitar


May 16, 2011

Dr. Feelgood - Private Practice (1978)

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1. Down At The Doctors
2. Every Kind Of Vice
3. Things Get Better
4. Milk And Alcohol
5. Night Time
6. Let's Have A Party
7. Take A Trip
8. It Wasn't Me
9. Greaseball
10. Sugar Shaker

Lee Brilleaux - vocals, guitar, harmonica
John B. Sparks - bass guitar, backing vocals
Gypie Mayo - guitar
The Big Figure (John Martin) - drums


Also DR. FEELGOOD albums:
Down By The Jetty (1975)
Malpractice (1975)
Stupidity (1976)
Sneakin' Suspicion (1977)

May 14, 2011

Joe Lynn Turner - Hurry Up And Wait (1998)

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1. We Will Survive
2. Sex And Money
3. Guilty Heart
4. Days Of Rage
5. Game Of Rock'N'Roll
6. No Room For Love
7. Sentimental
8. Too Much Is Not Enough
9. Blueprint For The Blues
10. Can't Face Another Night
11. Someday

Joe Lynn Turner - vocals
Al Pitrelli, Tony Bruno, Chris Caffery, Jock Guthrie, Bob Held - guitars
Greg 'Frosty' Smith - bass
Al Greenwood, Paul Morris, Tom Teeley - keyboards
Kenny Kramme - drums
Doogie White - back vocals


Ironhorse - Ironhorse (1979)

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Following the disappointing lack of success of FREEWAYS and growing musical differences, Randy Bachman left Bachman Turner Overdrive in the spring of 1977. He retreated to his west coast home to ponder his future. After serving as producer for other acts including Trooper, he began writing new material while searching out the supporting cast for his new group. He began writing with Washington State native Chris Sparks. Drummer Mike Baird and John Pierce on bass were recruited to round out the group.

A deal was struck in '78 with Scotti Brothers Records and the band travelled to Hollywood's Studio 55 to record the demos, with Bachman serving as executive producer. They released their self-titled debut the next spring. It was described as Bachman's outlet to let loose all his penned up musical frustrations, the album ran the gamut of rock's spectrum, from the gritty "Watch Me Fly" and "Old Fashioned" to the almost-eclectic "Stateline Blues". The first single "Sweet Lui-Luise" showed great promise, cracking the Top 100. By that summer their second single "He's A Joker" hit the airwaves and also gained moderate success. "She's Got It", penned by Sparks was quick to follow, while the band was on the road finishing up their first North American tour.

Pressure from the label to come up with a more main-stream album led to Sparks being replaced with vocalist / keyboardist Frank Ludwig, who'd recently left Trooper. Released in the summer of 1980, EVERYTHING IS GREY featured new bassist Ron Foos as well, and was a fitting epitaphe for the band, with nothing seemingly going right. Problems with management and the label's financial woes were affecting the band - on the air and onstage. Though tracks like "Try A Little Harder", "Only Way To Fly" and the title track all held their own, all the problems going on, plus the changing musical landscape in general spelled the end of Ironhorse. Now released from their contract with Scotti Brothers, they replaced Foos with Bachman's fellow Brave Belt and BTO'er C.F. Turner on bass, and carried on - now under the monikor of Union in 1981.
1. One and Only
2. Sweet Lui-Louise
3. Jump Back in the Light
4. You Gotta Let Go
5. Tumbleweed
6. Stateline Blues
7. Watch Me Fly
8. Old Fashioned
9. She's Got It
10. There Ain't No Cure

Randy Bachman - vocals, guitars, Roland synthesizer guitar
Tom Sparks - vocals, guitars
John Pierce - bass
Mike Baird - drums


May 11, 2011

Joe Lynn Turner - Under Cover 2 (1999)

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Stephen Thomas Erlewine:
In 1997, Joe Lynn Turner released Under Cover, a collection of his favorite hard-rock classics. It was such a success that he followed it two years later with the appropriately-titled Under Cover 2. Turner has surrounded himself with first-rate musicians: Vernon Reid, Al Pitrelli, Jeff Golub, Greg Smith and has expanded his musical outreach, taking on such numbers as "Wishing Well" and "The Race is On," along with such album-rock favorites as "Helter Skelter," "Waiting for a Girl Like You," "The Boys Are Back in Town," "Born to Be Wild," "Fool for Your Lovin" and "Mississippi Queen." Turner does a respectable job with these songs, and it's always a joy to hear Reid play, but they never eclipse the originals, even though they certainly offer their own, gonzo mettaloid stamp on these tunes. For Turner fans, the fact that he has found a way to adapt these well-known tunes to his style will be noteworthy, but for the average listener, the originals are still better.
1. Lady Double Dealer
2. Helter Skelter
3. Born To Be Wild
4. Wishing Well
5. Fool For Your Loving
6. Rock And Roll Hoochie Koo
7. Boys Are Back In Town

8. Waiting For A Girl Like You
9. Movin' On
10. Race Is On
11. Lost In Hollywood
12. Mississippi Queen
13. Rock Bottom

Joe Lynn Turner - vocals
Tony Bruno, Akira Kajiyama,
Jeff Golub, Vernon Reid,
Godfrey Townshend,
Rick Derringer, Leslie West,
Al Pitrelli - guitar
Paul Morris - keyboards
Greg Smith - bass
Kenny Kramme - drums
Steve Murphy, Evan Slamka,
Eric Miranda, Bill Snodgrass,
Nancy Bender,
Dina Miller - background vocals


Aunt Mary - Janus (1973)

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1. Path Of Your Dream
2. Mr. Kaye
3. Nocturnal Voice
4. For All Eternity
5. Untitled (Hidden track)
6. Stumblin' Stone
7. All We've Got To Do Is Dream
8. Candles Of Heaven
9. What A Lovely Day

Bjorn Chrisitansen - guitar, vocal
Bengt Jenssen - keyboards
Svein Gundersen - bass, vocal
Kjetil Stensvik - drums, percussion


May 10, 2011

Aunt Mary - Loaded (1972)

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1. Playthings Of The Wind
2. Joinin The Crowd
3. Delight
4. Upside Down
5. Farewell My Friend, part 1
6. Farewell My Friend, part 2
7. Blowin Tiffany
8. Fire Of My Lifetime
9. G Flat Road

The Band:
Bjorn Christiansen - guitar, vocal
Bengt Jenssen - keyboards
Sven Gundersen - bass, vocal
Kentil Stensvik - drums


Aunt Mary - Aunt Mary (1971)

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Aunt Mary biography (
One of the early and by many considered to be one of Norways definitely best prog bands. Their music is a mix of heavy hard-rocking tunes, combined with clear influences from the symphonic genre. The more symphonic sound however didn't appeared until their third, and last studio album, "Janus". A great concept-album to start with. If you want the more thundering sounds coming from AUNT MARY, look for 1972s "Loaded". High-skilled musicians combined with good, creative melodies makes AUNT MARY a important Norwegian band to become acquainted with.
1. Whispering Farewell
2. Did You Notice
3. Theres A Lot Of Fish In The Sea
4. I Do And I Did
5. 47 Steps
6. Rome Wasn't Built In One Day
7. Come In
8. Why Don't You Try Yourself
9. The Ball
10. All My Sympathy For Lily
11. Yes, By Now Ive Reached The End

The Band:
Bjorn Christiansen - guitar, vocal
Per Ivar Fure - flute, harmonica, saxophone, mouth-organ and vocal
Jan Leonard Groth - keyboards, guitar and vocals
Svein Gundersen - bass, piano and vocal
Kjetil Stensvik - drums, vocal

May 7, 2011

Joe Lynn Turner - Under Cover (1997)

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''Under Cover'' is the third solo album of Joe Lynn Turner. It mostly consists of covers of artists that had a great influence on Turner.
1. We're An American Band (Brewer)
2. Freedom (Hendrix)
3. Fire And Water (Fraser / Rodgers)
4. Street Of Dreams (Blackmore / Turner)
5. Fortunate Son (Fogerty)
6. Vehicle (Peterik)
7. Hush (South)
8. Unchained Melody (North / Zaret)
9. Chained (Wilson)
10. Gimme Some Lovin' / I'm A Man (Davis / Miller / Winwood)
11. Thief In The Night (Blackmore / LaRue / Turner)
12. Deal With The Preacher (Ralphs / Rodgers)
13. Sunshine Of Your Love (Brown / Bruce / Clapton)


Brownsville Station - Air Special (1978)

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1. Taste Of Your Love
2. Waitin' For The Weekend
3. Who Do You Love
4. Tears Of A Fool
5. Cooda Crawlin'
6. Air Mail Special
7. Never Say Die
8. Fever
9. Love Stealer
10. Let It Roll
11. Down The Road Apiece
Bonus track:
12. Love Stealer (single version)

Cub Koda - guitar, harp, vocals
Henry ''H-Bomb'' Weck - drums, percussion, vocals
Michael Lutz - bass, guitar, vocals
Bruce ''Beezer'' Nazarian - guitar, guitar synthesizer, bass, vocals

May 6, 2011

Baumstam - On Tour (1975)

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An obscure German hard rock group. They recorded one album in 1972 called 'On Tour'. Similar to other semi-obscure bands like Guru Guru, Reaction, and Incredible Hog from the same era. The guitars are heavy on the fuzz distortion sound (like Blue Cheer and stoner-revival groups in US) This debut album was partly recorded live in Germany, and is the only widely known release by them. Read more
1. On Tour
2. Lucky Strike
3. Hold Me
4. Jazz Break
5. Dusty Road
6. Girl I Want To Stay Into Your Fire
7. Last Letter
8. Fifteen Years Old Marie
9. He's A Liar
Bonus tracks:
10. I Will Stay
11. The Dawn

Ulrich Klawitter - lead guitar, vocals
Michael Lobbe - 2nd guitar, acoustic guitar
Volker Wobbe - bass guitar
Gerhard Meyer - drums, percussion


May 5, 2011

After Shave - Skin Deep (1972)

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The group was produced in May 1968, in Bienne, by Pierre-Alain Kessi (Pakman) (guitar and vocal) and André (Dédé) Pascal (drums), reinforced by Bruno Zuest (vocal) (future father of “QL”s bassist) and by “Noldi” (bass guitar). One of its first gig consisted in the featuring, in Spring 68, into a  pop contest organized by a Zurich magazine. Disqualified without glory with this commentary : “the group might be good if the guitarist did not use so much  distortion…”. Nevertheless, the group carried on playing the blues out of the repertoires of Cream, Hendrix, Mayall, Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple. A first single was recorded but never marketed (Look for a woman), because the group had run out of money. After different changes of line up, the group consisted in a trio in 1970, following the withdrawal of lead singer and bass guitarist, this last one being replaced by Jean-Claude Fontana (Cacou). With this new formation, the group won the famous first price in Golf Drouot in Paris in November 1970. In December 1970, Dédé decided to quit the group and was replaced by the late and regretted Rodolphe (Jötu) Baumgartner. Between 1971 and 1974 After Shave became famous, creating their own legend and repertoire. They begun touring in Switzerland, France and Germany, and experienced their first LP called “Skin Deep”. This album is now being gloriously praised in “Hard rock anthology 1968-1980” by Denis Meyer, Editions Enfer Magazine, as well as in the “Encyclopédie du hard rock des seventies” of Denis Protat, Editions Alternatives. Those two specialists repertory more than one thousand groups and records. After Shave also produced two singles. The group took on a new English singer named Barry James Brown, and a new bass guitarist, Silvano “Gugus” Paroni replaced Cacou. At that time, Pierre-Alain Kessi and his drummer Jötu had the great honour to accompany Champion Jack Dupree on his last Swiss tour... Read more
1. Skin Deep
2. Him
3. Paper Woman
4. Ride, Ride, Ride
5. Sweet Home
6. Amsterdam In My Living Room
7. Near The Sun
8. Pink Rose
9. Sunflower
Bonus tracks:
10. Greengage Man
11. On The Ground
12. One Of The Best
13. Warmaker
14. Near The Sun

Pierre-Alain "Pakman" Kessi - guitar, vocals
Jean-Claude "Cacou" Fontana - vocals, bass
Rodolphe "Jötu" Baumgartner - drums


May 4, 2011

Dickie Peterson - Child Of The Darkness (1997)

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Dickie Peterson (b. Richard Allan Peterson, September 12, 1946, Grand Forks, ND; d. Erkelenz, Germany, October 12, 2009) was the bassist and lead singer for Blue Cheer. He also recorded two solo albums: Child of the Darkness (1997) and Tramp (1999).. Read more
1. Brainkiller
2. Spoonfull
3. Dogs Of War
4. Dragon Song
5. Who Do You Love
6. Dirty Girls
7. Back On The Streets
8. Reptile
9. Child Of The Darkness
10. Little Red Rooster

Dickie Peterson - vocals
Achim Guess - guitar
Ralph Schmitter - bass
Stefan Albrecht - drums

Hot Tuna - The Phosphorescent Rat (1973)

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The Phosphorescent Rat is the fourth album by the rock group Hot Tuna.
The Phosphorescent Rat was a transitional album for Hot Tuna. Their blues-rock playing was moving away from the softer, more acoustic sound of their first three albums, and towards a more hard rock sound. Singer and guitarist Jorma Kaukonen's original compositions, and the group's first use of strings and woodwinds, indicated Hot Tuna was searching for a new direction.
This was the first Hot Tuna album recorded after Kaukonen and bass player Jack Casady had left Jefferson Airplane. They were joined as before by drummer Sammy Piazza. With the departure of Papa John Creach, who had left the band for Jefferson Starship, the stage was set for the power trio playing of their next four albums.
1. I See The Light
2.Letter To The North Star
3. Easy Now
4. Corners Without Exits
5. Day To Day Out The Window Blues
6. In The Kingdom
7. Seeweed Strut
8. Living Just For You 3:19
9. Soliloquy For 2
10. Sally, Where'd You Get Your Liquor From? 2:54

Jorma Kaukonen - vocals, guitars
Jack Casady - electric bass, bass balalaika
Sammy Piazza - drums, spoons, percussion


May 2, 2011

Poobah - Steamroller (1979)

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1. Jump Thru The Golden Ring
2. Integrated Circuit
3. You Don't Love Me
4. She's That Kind Of Lover
5. Steamroller
6. Atom Bomb
7. Frustration
8. Don't Change
9. Rock And Roll
10. Mr. Destroyer (Live)
11. You Don't Love Me (Live)
12. Jump Thru The Golden Ring (Live)
13. Steamroller (Live)

Phil Jones - bass, vocals
Jim Gustafson - guitar, lead vocals
Judd Gaylord - drums

May 1, 2011

Cold Blood - First Taste Of Sin (1972)

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1. Visions
2. Lo And Behold
3. Down To The Bone
4. You Had To Know
5. My Lady Woman
6. No Way Home

7. Inside Your Soul
8. All My Honey
9. Valdez In The Country

Lydia Pense - vocals
Max Haskett - vocals, trumpet
Sandy McKee  - vocals, drums
Michael Sasaki - guitar
Mel Martin - flute, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone
Bill Baker - alto saxophone, baritone saxophone
Danny Hull, Pete Christlieb - tenor saxophone
Bill Atwood - trumpet
Pat O'Hara, Gordon Messick - trombone
Ernest Diridoni - tuba
Raul Matute - piano, organ, keyboards
Donny Hathaway - piano, organ
Paul Beaver - Moog synthesizer
Pete Escovedo - congas
Coke Escovedo - timbales, percussion