Sep 30, 2011

Automatic Fine Tuning - AFT (1976)

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In 1976, guitarists Paul A. MacDONNELL and Robert CROSS, bass player Trevor DARKS and drummer/vocalist Dave BALL joined their considerable skills and produced one of the great but nearly forgotten heavy progressive projects, AUTOMATIC FINE TUNING. Doing an early form of neo-classical instrumental rock that predates the gothic harmonies and PAGANINI-love of Michael SCHENKER and Yngwie MALMSTEEN, the quartet boldly went where few rock ensembles had and recorded one brilliant album before disbanding.
Not quite metal, far from fusion and barely resembling any known forms of prog, the record is a humble but impressive showcase of how classical technique and discipline could be utilized in a hard rock format, and features MacDONNELL & CROSS's extraordinary dual-guitar lines. The impact this release had on musicians in 1976 is unknown but the foursome's prophetic ideas and execution reveals a unit well ahead of its time. Recommended to anyone with a taste for tech guitar rock in one of its earliest inceptions.
1. The Great Panjandrum Wheel (Pt. One)
Wolvereine (Pt. One)
Wolvereine (Pt. Two)
2. Gladioli
3. The Great Panjandrum Wheel (Pt. Two)
Terminal C
City Business
Dragon Fly
4. Queen Of The Night

Paul A. MacDonnell - guitar
Robert Cross - guitar
Trevor Darks - bass
Dave Ball - drums, vocals


Sep 29, 2011

Budgie - You're All Living In Cuckooland (2006)

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1. Justice
2. Dead Men Don't Talk
3. We're All Living In Cuckooland
4. Falling
5. Love Is Enough
6. Tell Me Tell Me
7. (Don't Want To) Find That Girl
8. Captain
9. I Don't Want To Throw You
10. I'm Compressing The Comb On A Cockerel's Head

Burke Shelley - bass guitar & vocals
Steve Williams - drums
Simon Lees - guitar & vocals


Sep 27, 2011

Dr. Feelgood - Be Seeing You (1977)

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"Be Seeing You" was the fifth album by Dr. Feelgood, and was released in October 1977. After the departure of Wilko Johnson, this was Dr. Feelgood's first album with guitarist Gypie Mayo.
The album reached number 55 in the UK Albums Chart in October 1977, and remained in that chart for only three weeks. It spawned their second single to enter the corresponding UK Singles Chart - "She's A Windup".
The album's title was a catchphrase, used by the band, taken from the cult TV series, The Prisoner, which was enjoying a revival at the time. This theme continued on the album sleeve with the line "produced by Number 2 for Number 6", and included photos of the band in piped blazers and scarves, similar to those used in the series, and some "penny farthing" badges, although the album's front cover was photographed in the band's local pub, the Admiral Jellicoe.
1. Ninety-Nine And A Half (Won’t Do)
2. She’s A Windup
3. I Thought I Had It Made
4. I Don’t Wanna Know
5. That’s It, I Quit
6. As Long As The Price Is Right
7. Hi-Rise
8. My Buddy Buddy Friends
9. Baby Jane
10. The Blues Had A Baby And They Named It Rock ‘n’ Roll
11. Looking Back
12. 60 Minutes Of Your Love

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

Sep 26, 2011

Locomotiv GT - V (1976)

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"Locomotiv GT V" is the fifth studio album by Hungarian rock band Locomotiv GT. It is a double album, which was released in 1976 and was the last LGT album with drummer József Laux...

1. Csak az jöjjön
2. A Kicsi, a Nagy, az Artúr és az Indián
3. Rajongás
4. Valamit mindig valamiért
5. Mindenki
6. Ahogy mindenki
7. Rohanj hozzám
8. Tiltott gyümölcs
9. Fiú
10. Ha a csend beszélni tudna
11. Senki gyermekei
12. Szelíd erőszak
13. Arra mennék én
14. És jött a doktor
15. Segíts elaludni
16. Ülök a járdán
17. Az eső és én
18. Várlak
19. Ezüst nyár
20. Álomarcú lány
21. Neked írom a dalt

Gábor Presser
piano, clavinet, blues-harp, percussion, vocals
Tamás Somló
bass guitar, alto saxophone, harmonica, acoustic guitar, vocals
János Karácsony
electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, vocals
József Laux
drums, percussion


Sep 25, 2011

Locomotiv GT - Ringasd el magad (1972) / Bummm! (1973)

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"Ringasd el magad" is the second album of Hungarian rock group Locomotiv GT, released in 1972

1. Cirkusz
2. A szerelem börtönében
3. Szerenád a szerelemnek, ha lenne
4. A semmi kertje
5. Lincoln fesztivál blues
6. Ne szédíts
7. Kakukkos karóra
8. Kotta nélkül
9. Azt hittem
10. Megvárlak ma délben
11. Ringasd el magad

Tamás Barta
electric, acoustic, and slide guitar, banjo, vocals, lead vocals
Gábor Presser
Hammond organ, piano, electric piano, thumb piano, vibraphone, marimba, sound generator, vocals, lead vocals
Károly Frenreisz
Fender bass, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute, oboe, vocals, lead vocals
József Laux
Ludwig drums, percussion

"Bummm!" is the third album of Hungarian rock group Locomotiv GT, released in 1973

12. Ringasd el magad
13. Kék asszony
14. Gyere, gyere ki a hegyoldalba
15. Visszamegyek a falumba
16. Bárzene
17. Ő még csak most tizennégy
18. Szabadíts meg
19. Vallomás
20. Mondd, mire van
21. Miénk itt a tér

Gábor Presser
organ, piano, vocals, lead vocals
Tamás Barta
guitar, slide-guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica, harp, vocals, lead vocals
Tamás Somló
bass, alto saxophone, vocals, lead vocals
József Laux
drums, percussion


Sep 23, 2011

Locomotiv GT - Locomotiv GT (1971) / Mindíg Magasabbra (1975)

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The late '60s and, most especially, the 70s have inspirited the music and the rock from all over the place, so that it evolved all the way up to contributing to the appearance of the most prestigious and prodigious ensembles. LOCOMOTIV GT is a band that's legendary in the Hungarian Rock scene, but also in the Occident, lighting up an irresistible and torrential rock, in a way that made them classic. For the culture of rock, LOCOMOTIV GT marks moreover an independent and styled breath than something typical and inspiring - nevertheless, it goes as a defining reference. Read more
''Locomotiv GT'' is the debut album of the Hungarian rock group Locomotiv GT. It was released in December 1971.

1. Egy dal azokért, akik nincsenek itt
2. A Napba öltözött lány
3. A kötéltáncos álma
4. A tengelykezű félember
5. Hej, én szólok hozzád
6. Ezüst nyár
7. Ordító arcok
8. Sose mondd a mamának
9. Nem nekem való
10. Royal blues (Gipszeld be a kezed)

Tamás Barta - guitars
Károly Frenreisz - vocals, Fender bass, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute, guitar
József Laux - drums, percussion
Gábor Presser - vocals, organ, piano, vibraphone

''Mindig Magasabbra'' is the fourth studio album by Hungarian rock band Locomotiv GT, released in 1975

11. Intuitio Molto Furtivamente: a. Andante Grazioso b. Allegro, Allegro c. Vivace Kalapaccio
12. Szólj rám, ha hangosan énekelek
13. Arra mennék én
14. És jött a doktor
15. Neked írom a dalt
16. Álomarcú lány
17. Nekem ne mondja senki
18. Egy elfelejtett szó
19. Ülök a járdán

Gábor Presser - lead vocals, organ, piano
János Karácsony - guitars, backing vocals
Tamás Somló - bass, alto saxophone, harp, backing vocals, lead vocals ( 8, 10 )
József Laux - drums, percussion


Sep 22, 2011

Bram Stoker - Heavy Rock Spectacular (1972)

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Who were BRAM STOKER and the mysterious T. Brodson who composed all the tracks? This enigmatic 1972 release was recorded for Woolworths generic Windmill label and recorded presumably by session players to cash in on the early seventies success of bands like BLACK SABBATH, ATOMIC ROOSTER and BLACK WIDOW. The BRAM STOKER moniker evokes macabre gothic atmospheres, and so does their music with tracks like "Blitz" conjuring up a doom laden sound. The LP "Heavy Rock Spectacular" is a true lost pearl of original prog, dominated by moody Hammond organ that owes much to keith Emerson's influence. There are NICE overtones too with their own "Fingals Cave" whilst the sounds on "Poltergeist" seem to come straight from a gothic 'Hammer Horror'   (
1. Born To Be Free
2. Ants
3. Fast Decay
4. Blitz
5. Idiot
6. Fingals Cave
7. Extensive Corrosion
8. Poltergeist

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Sep 21, 2011

Elder - Dead Roots Stirring - Heavy/Stoner - FLAC

Hi your freaks
I'm from Bordeldorock blog, and a great friend of Hanalex
This is my first post here and i think you are enjoy
My line is more heavy, sabbath's fanatic, but i love hawkwind, and progressives
First i write in Portuguese and after in english (poor english)
The nickname putaveia means OldBitch in english

First in Purtuguese
Ai putada, siguinte
O Elder é uma dessas novas bandas do cenario do rock americano pelo selo Meteor City
Quando comprei um disco lá, ganhei ele de presente, e fui ouvir (ja foi publicado aqui), e achei demais
Som pesado, parado, musicas longas, para aqueles que realmente gostam de som pesado sem ser trash
O cd inteiro é bom, deve ser ouvido com carinho


Hey your freaks

Elder is one of those new bands of the rock scene by American Meteor City Label

When I bought a disk there, he got a gift, and I hear (already been published), and I love it
Heavy sound, still, long songs, for those who really like heavy sound without being trash
The whole cd is good, it must be heard with love


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Robben Ford - Discovering The Blues (1972)

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Discovering the Blues is culled from a series of concerts Robben Ford gave in the early '70s at Huntington Beach's Golden Bear and Ash Grove in Hollywood. At the time, Ford was just beginning his career, and his style wasn't nearly as accomplished as it would later be. Instead, he simply burns, tearing through blues classics with a passion and vigor - there is a joy of discovery in his playing which makes the music nearly transcendent, even with its flaws.
1. Sweet Sixteen
2. You Drive A Hard Bargain
3. It's My Own Fault
4. You Don't Know What Love Is
5. My Time After Awhile
6. Raining In My Heart
7. Blue And Lonesome

Robben Ford - vocals, guitar, saxophone
Paul Nagle - keyboards
Stan Poplin - bass
Jim Baum - drums


Sep 20, 2011

Derringer Bogert Appice - Doin' Business As... (2001)

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Rick Derringer, Tim Bogert, and Carmine Appice have each had an incredibly enduring influence on musicians of all ages across the globe. Having worked with some of the most legendary acts of all time (Appice with Vanilla Fudge & Rod Stewart; Derringer with Johnny Winter & production for Kiss, Meat Loaf & Cyndi Lauper; and Bogert with Vanilla Fudge & Cactus) the album absolutely overflows with class and virtuosity. With all three players contributing vocals, Doing Business As stands apart as a modern sounding, broad-ranged affair that recalls the classics but looks to the future.
1. Blood From A Stone
2. The Sky Is Falling
3. Grey Day
4. Everybody's Comin'
5. Bye Bye Baby
6. Telling Me Lies
7. Dawn Of Love
8. Turn On The Light
9. Boys Night Out
10. Alone Now
11. Rapsody In Red

Rick Derringer - guitars, vocals
Tim Bogert - bass guitar, vocals
Carmine Appice - drums, percussion, vocals
Additional musician:
Kelli Keeling - keyboards and background vocals on track 5


Sep 18, 2011

Zephyr - Going Back To Colorado (1971)

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The bands second release was a positive evolution. This time Jimi Hendrix engineer Eddie Kramer was behind the board, and he helped the band more fully capture it’s trademark live stylings onto tape. Robbie Chamberlin is replaced by Bobby Berge on drums, but otherwise the lineup remains the same. Tommy’s playing is closer to the trademark sound he has become so famous for. As with Zephyr, this CD also is a must have for any Tommy collector.
1. Going Back To Colorado
2. Miss Libertine
3. Night Fades Softly
4. The Radio Song
5. See My People Come Together
6. Showbizzy
7. Keep Me
8. Take My Love
9. I'll Be Right Here
10. At This Very Moment

David Givens - bass
Bobby Berge - drums
Tommy Bolin - guitar
Candy Givens - piano, vocals, harmonica
John Faris - organ, piano, soprano saxophone, flute


Zephyr - Zephyr (1969)
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Sep 16, 2011

Tommy Bolin - Energy (1972, 1999)

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1. Red Skies
2. Heartlight
3. Hok-O-Hey
4. Got No Time For Trouble
5. Limits
6. Eyes Of Blue
7. Dreamer
8. Miss Christmas
9. Naked Edge
10. Sky Sail

Jeff Cook, Gary Wilson - vocals
Tom Stephenson - vocals, keyboards
Stanley Sheldon - bass
Tommy Bolin - guitars
Bobby Berge - drums


Sep 10, 2011

Pushking - The World As We Love It (2011)

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1. Intro
2. Nightrider
(vocal, guitar Billy F.Gibbons)
3. It'll Be OK
(vocal Billy F.Gibbons, guitar Nuno Bettencourt)
4. Trouble Love
(vocal Alice Cooper, guitar Keri Kelli)
5. Stranger's Song
(vocal John Lawton, guitar Steve Stevens)
6. Cut The Wire
(vocal Paul Stanley, guitar Stevie Salas)
7. My Reflection After Seeing The "Shindler's list" Movie
(vocal Koha, guitar Steve Vai)
8. God Made Us Free
(vocal Graham Bonnet, guitar Dobro Al Perkens)
9. Why Don't You
(vocal Glenn Hughes, guitar Dobro Al Perkens)
10. I Believe
(vocal Jeff Scott Soto)
11. Tonight
(vocal Glenn Hughes, guitar Joe Bonamassa)
12. Private Own
(vocal Glenn Hughes, guitar Matt Filippini)
13. Open Letter To God
(vocal Eric Martin)
14. Nature's Child
(vocal Udo Dirkschneider)
15. I Love You
(vocal Dan McCafferty)
16. Head Shooter
(vocal Joe Lynn Turner)
17. Heroin
(vocal Jorn Lande, guitar Alex de Rosso)
18. My Simple Song
(vocal Dan McCafferty)
19. Kukarracha
(vocal: Joe Lynn Turner, Graham Bonnet, Eric Martin, Paul Stanley, Glenn Hughes, guitar: Steve Lukather)

Konstantin "Koha" Shustarev - Vocals, Backing Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Andrey "Drunia" Kruglov - Drums
Dmitriy "Mitya" Losev - Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Slide
Roman Nevelev - Bass
Oleg "Ivanich" Bondaletov - Keyboards, Hohner Clavinet
Andrey Deykov - Sound Engineer

Paul Stanley - Vocals (6, 19)
Billy F. Gibbons - Vocals (2, 3), Guitar (2)
Alice Cooper - Vocals (4)
Steve Vai - Guitar (7)
Glenn Hughes - Vocals (9, 11, 12, 19)
Jorn Lande - Vocals (17)
Joe Bonamassa - Guitar (11)
Steve Stevens - Guitar (5)
Nuno Bettencourt - Guitar (3)
John Lawton - Vocals (5)
Keri Kelli - Guitar (4)
Jeff Scott Soto - Vocals (10)
Eric Martin - Vocals (13)
Steve Lukather - Guitar (19)
Matt Filippini - Guitar (12)
Dan McCafferty - Vocals (15, 18)
Graham Bonnet - Vocals (8)
Joe Lynn Turner - Vocals (16)
Udo Dirkschneider - Vocals (14)
Stevie Salas - Guitar (6)


Sep 5, 2011

Generál - Generál II (1975)

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1. Jöjjetek
2. Kezdhetjük
3. Madár száll a szívemmel
4. Lopom a napot
5. Ének a toronyból
6. Cserépkályha
7. A szerelem virágai
8. Hova menjek
9. Neked szól
10. Talán holnaptól

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Sep 2, 2011

Generál - Aranyalbum 1971-1975 (1993)

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Although General’s official year of birth is 1971, several members had played together since 1967. Originally band comprised of Istvan Akos (guitar, vocals), Janos Karascony (guitar, vocals), Gabor Novai (bass), Matyas Varkonyi (piano and flute), Lajos Rech (piano), Andras Pota (drums), Sandor Revesz (vocals) plus three female backing singers: Magdi Body, Annamaria Herczku and Eva Varszegi, collectively known as Mikrolied.
General made its official debut in summer of 1972 with several TV appearances, which quickly catapulted them to national, and then – international stardom. By 1975 General became a true East European star and was voted ‘Band of the year’ in homeland. All their albums were widely sold across the Europe and achieved ‘gold’ status in Hungary. General also was the first East European band to top charts in Western Europe – actually in Holland with ‘Everybody Join Us’ single in 1975.
By that time band had already lost two of its vital formative members: Karascony (left to Locomotiv GT) and Revesz (became a new singer in Piramis). However, General managed to re-group and move forward to even bigger success. Opened for American band War (former Eric Burdon protégés) in West Germany and Britain in 1977, then embarked on USA tour (including Los Angeles festival appearance) the next year.
General went through numerous personnel changes: apart from loss of Karascony and Revesz, Akos and Rech had also left by 1975. In came Karoly Pachari (guitar, 1975, left by 1978), then in 1976 – Tibor Tatrai (guitar), Janos Solti (drums, replaced Andras Pota) and Karoly Horvath (vocals). Solti was the second to leave for Locomotiv GT in late 70s to be replaced again by Pota. Backing singers were also coming and going. Body-Herczku-Varszegi line-up survived until 1975, then Body was replaced with Edit Szigeti. All three were dropped by 1978 in favour of only two new singers: Zsuzsa Cserhati and Judith Szanti. Disbanded in 1979.
1. Kövér a Nap
2. Szép dal
3. Pofon
4. Ha ismerném
5. Fűrész
6. Kérdés
7. Felelet
8. Szélkakas
9. Törökméz
10. Lehajtott fejjel
11. Százéves kút
12. Neked szól
13. Lopom a napot

14. Ének a toronyból
15. Messze szálljon


Sep 1, 2011

P2O5 - Vivat Progressio - Pereat Mundus (1978)

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P2O5, founded in Wendelstein near Nuremberg in 1970, released their only LP in 1978 on the Brutkasten label which is today in high demand. There is to be heard hard rock with progressive elements and English lyrics. The Brutkasten studio was only modestly equipped, the sound thus could have been better with the corresponding funds. It now appears for the first time as a CD, with two as yet unreleased bonus tracks.
1. Comin' Over Again
2. Morning Of The Ants
3. I Didn't Care
4. Undumufu (All Right)

5. Smash
6. Hangman
7. Step On My Face
8. Memories
Bonus tracks:
9. Hangman (Live)
10. Paradise

Wolfgang Burkhard - keyboards
Konny Hempel - guitar
Helmut Hiebel - vocals, bass
Edwin Lotter - drums
Werner Weiß - vocals