Apr 30, 2012

Head East - A Different Kind Of Crazy (1979)


1. Specialty
2. Keep A Secret
3. Feelin' Is Right
4. Lonlier Now
5. Morning
6. Got To Be Real
7. If You Knew Me Better
8. Too Late
9. Hard Drivin' Days

Roger Boyd - keyboards, synthesizers, vocals
Steve Huston - drums, vocals
Mike Somerville - guitar, vocals
John Schlitt - lead vocals
Dan Birney - bass guitar

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Apr 28, 2012

Glam Rock - VHS RIP - Ultra Rare - Not Available in DVD

First in Portuguese

Ai putada, siguinte
Este video é super raro, ao que eu saiba nunca foi lançado em dvd, e esta cópia é da minha fita VHS
Este movimento chamado glam rock foi muito divertido na época, e tinha muitas coisas boas e divertidas
Começando com Gary Glitter, Slade,T.Rex,Sweet (inclusive com Hellraiser ao vivo) e até Alice Cooper em um clipe raríssimo tocando Schools Out
Então divirtam-se com essa raridade aqui

Hey your fucking freaks

This video is super rare, to my knowledge has never been released on DVD, and this copy is from my VHS tape
This movement called glam rock was fun then, and had many good and fun
Starting with Gary Glitter, Slade, T.Rex, Sweet (including Hellraiser Live) Alice Cooper and even a rare clip playing Schools Out
So have fun with this rarity here


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Apr 27, 2012

Re-post: Lighthouse - Sunny Days (1972)

EAC | APE TRACKS+CUE+LOG+Covers | 302 mb+3% recovery | RDI 2008

1. Silver Bird
2. Sunny Days
3. You Girl
4. Beneath My Woman
5. Merlin
6. Broken Guitar Blues

7. Letter Home
8. You Give to Me
9. Lonely Places

Skip Prokop - drums, percussion, vocals and acoustic guitar
Paul Hoffert - keyboards, vibes, congas and canary
Ralph Cole - guitar and vocals
Alan Wilmot - bass
Bob McBride - vocals, percussion and acoustic guitar
Don DiNovo - electric violina
Dick Armin - electric cello
John Naslen - trumpet
Howard Shore - sax, flute and vocals
Larry Smith - trombone, mellophonium and vocals


Also LIGHTHOUSE album:
One Fine Morning (1971) 

Foghat - Tight Shoes (1980)

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Review by Jason Anderson (allmusic.com)
When Foghat founder Lonesome Dave Peverett (lead vocals and guitar) started his career with Savoy Brown in the late '60s, there was still something progressive about young Brits tackling American blues, R&B, and even some rockabilly, but as the musician entered his third decade of recording, artistic compromises and commercial success had watered-down the entire genre of blues-based hard rock, thanks largely to bands like his own. Although Foghat had released a string of very successful recordings, the group's final two releases of the '70s, Stone Blue and Boogie Motel, both suffered from declining (although still substantial) sales. Peverett's response to the suddenly suspect viability of his group's arena rock sound was to take his songwriting in a more modern (if not quite fitting) direction on Tight Shoes. New wave and punk had emerged out of the U.K. in the late '70s, largely in response to the somewhat formulaic and self-aggrandizing hard rock that had somehow overtaken the entire non-disco musical landscape. Although listeners might cringe while trying to imagine a musical amalgam somewhere between "Slow Ride" and "Watching the Detectives," assessing Foghat's attempt at eclecticism isn't quite as simple as it may appear. The group's musicianship and studio finesse keep tracks like the single "Stranger in My Home Town" and "Baby Can I Change Your Mind" from becoming awkward attempts at timeliness. Instead, Foghat successfully incorporates stripped-down sonics and simpler, almost pop arrangements into Tight Shoes, making it more than a hopeless grasp at musical relevance, making it worthwhile.
1. Stranger In My Home Town
2. Loose Ends
3. Full Time Lover
4. Baby Can I Change Your Mind
5. Too Late The Hero
6. Dead End Street
7. Be My Woman
8. No Hard Feelings

Dave Peverett - vocals and guitar
Rod Price - guitar
Craig MacGregor - bass
Roger Earl - drums


Apr 26, 2012

Re-post: Blindstone - Freedom's Calling (2008)

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Phenomenal, long-awaited, second studio disc by this amazing, bluesy/funky, soul-powered, heavy guitar power trio from Denmark, features 11 tracks of mega-awesome beyond belief, mind-blowing, Classic, deep, dynamic, retro-70s riffage/grooves that will trip your brain and rock your world. Includes a mind-blowing, killer Frank Marino cover jam featuring special guest Lance Lopez. Freedom s Calling is a Remarkable bluesy heavy guitar musical statement of monumental proportions that also spreads a positive message about the world around us.
1. Freedom's Calling
2. Can't Be With You
3. Fear
4. Good Time
5. She's So Pretty
6. Sugar Room
7. Waste A Little Time On Me
8. I'd Quit
9. Hang Onto My Love
10. Had Enough
11. Freedom's Calling (Slight Return)

Martin J. Andersen - guitar & vocals
Jesper Bunk - bass
Anders Hvidfeldt - drums
Guest: Lance Lopez - guitar (Had Enough)


Apr 25, 2012

Poco - Rose Of Cimarron (1976)

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Rose Of Cimarron is the 11th album by the country rock band Poco, released May 1976. Former Loggins & Messina sax/fiddle player Al Garth joined the band to record this album, but left shortly after due to internal conflicts. The title track became one of the band's signature songs, and was later recorded by Emmylou Harris on her album, Cimarron.
1. Rose Of Cimarron
2. Stealaway
3. Just Like Me
4. Company’s Comin’
5. Slow Poke
6. Too Many Nights Too Long
7. P.N.S.
8. Starin’ At The Sky
9. All Alone Together
10. Tulsa Turnaround

Paul Cotton - guitar, vocals
Rusty Young - steel guitar, guitar, vocals
Timothy B. Schmit - bass, vocals
George Grantham - drums, vocals
Al Garth - fiddle, flute, violin, sax, vocals
Mark Henry Harman - keyboards, celeste, cello
Milt Holland - percussion, marimba, washboard
Johnny Logan - banjo
Paul Weller - guitar, vocals
Tom Sellers - piano
Steve Ferguson - piano

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Apr 23, 2012

Budgie - Live 1978 - Plus 3 Bonus Tracks -Ultra Rare -- WAV

 Thans a Lot Hanalex

Este nem consta no progarchives ou em outros sites
Voce não encontra em nenhum lugar da internet

This even included in progarchives or other sites
You will not find anywhere in the internet

Putada siguinte
Quando eu comprei esse disco não imaginava o quanto raro era.Só depois com o tempo eu descobri
Lançado pela gravadora PinkWind (Pink Fairies e Hawkwind) eu até hoje não sei se é bootlet ou oficial
Mas o que vale é que até o Adamus disse que essa foi uma edição só para mim, mas vamos lá
A gravação é meio piratona, mas quando chega na cuts ai vira um oficial de primeira qualidade
Contendo os maiores sucessos do Budgie como Breadfan, Panzer Division Destroy e outras, voce não pode perder essa oportunidade, porque outra sabe-se lá quando
Então divirtam-se
Hey your freaks
When I bought this album did not realize how rare was this one .Só then over time I discovered
Launched by the record PinkWind (Pink Fairies and Hawkwind) I do not know if today is bootleg or official
But what counts is that by the Adamus said that this was an issue only for me, but come on
The recording medium is bootleg , but when it cuts in there becomes a first class record
Containing the greatest hits like the Budgie Breadfan,Panzer Division Destroy and others, you can not miss this opportunity, because someone who knows when you will have a new
So have fun
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By request: Bachman - Any Road (1992)

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This 1992 release features guest appearances by fellow Canadians, vocalist Margo Timmins of the Cowboy Junkies and Neil Young on the track "Prarie Town." "If you yearn for the days was guitar playing, and singers told it like it was...this is definitely an album for you! Most highly recommended." - Jim Brown, from the West Coast Music Review. Says Randy: "There are a lot of retrospective songs on Any Road. I never really did commentary songs before. Like, in "Fifteen Minutes of Fame," I'm angry. In "Vanishing Heroes," I'm in bewilderment. I'm asking, where are all the heroes? Then there is this wonderful retrospective look back at growing up in Winnipeg, which is both versions of "Prarie Town," slow and fast. I've had musicians come up to me and say, 'That is the ultimate Canadian song for any musician from the sixties and seventies.' It tells everything. From learning to drive in the snow, going from coast to coast… There are some lines in there that I don't even know how I wrote them... it was a fun, great album to record - very satisfying for me as far as a personal statement and my first step out on my own after many, many years."  (randybachman.com)

1. Prairie Town
2. Any Road
3. I Wanna Shelter You
4. Overworked And Underpaid
5. 15 Minutes Of Fame
6. Tailspin
7. Vanishing Heroes
8. One Step Ahead Of The Law
9. It's Only Money
10. One Night In Texas
11. Why Am I Loneley
12. Prairie Town

Randy Bachman, Neil Young - guitar, vocals
Margo Timmins, Callianne Bachman - vocals
Denise McCann - harmonica, background vocals
Jason Sniderman - keyboards
Richard Cochrane - bass, background vocals
Billy Rea "Crash" Chapman - drums, background vocals
Allan Wiebe, Lovie Eli - background vocals


Apr 21, 2012

Test - Test (1974, reissue 1992)

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This is the only album by Polish group Test, founded and led by vocalist Wojciech Gassowski (previously with ABC), one of the greatest representatives of Polish Rock scene in the early 1970 and the first Hard Rock group in the country. The group included the talents of the great lead guitarist Dariusz Kozakiewich (immortalized by his extraordinary performance on the "Blues" album with Breakout). Test's instrumental sound was based on organ and brass instruments in addition to the usual lead guitar / bass / drums present in all groups at the time. In retrospect this music represents some of the best sounds of the incredible Polish music scene at the time. This expanded edition includes also the group's early radio material.
1. Wybij sobie z głowy
2. Po horyzontu kres
3. Żółw na Galapagos
4. Livin' In Sin
5. Smoke on the Water
6. Płyń pod prąd
7. Inna jest noc
8. Testament
9. Zguba
10. W pogoni dnia
11. Gdy gaśnie w nas płomień
12. Śnij o mnie
13. Matylda
14. Licz na siebie sam
15. Droga przez sen
16. Przygoda bez miłości


Apr 20, 2012

Teaze - One Night Stands (1979)

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The story of Teaze is one of unbridled success in foreign lands, yet often a constant struggle for mere recognition on their native soil. Formed in 1975 by Brian Danter on bass guitar and vocals and Marc Bradac on guitars in Windsor, Ontario, the group also consisted of Mike Kozak on drums and guitarist Chuck Price. Powered by a heavy but no-nonsense approach, dinghy bars and crowded nightclubs served as the group's backdrop for the next couple of years, all the while honing their sound, but never really gaining a substantial following with the local crowds. Read more
1. Back In Action
2. Young And Reckless
3. Heartless World
4. Boys Night Out
5. Through The Years
6. Reach Out
7. Stay Here
8. Red Hot Ready
9. Touch The Wind

Marc Bradac - lead and slide guitar, background vocals
Brian Danter - lead vocals, bass guitar, Moog bass pedals
Mike Kozak - drums, percussion
Chuck Price - guitar, background vocals


Apr 19, 2012

Re-post: Hungária - Tűzveszélyes (1971)

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Cult Hungarian rock band, Hungaria was founded in 1967. Original line-up: Miklos Fenyo (vocals, keyboards), Peter Csomos (guitar, vocals), Miklos Matlakovszky (guitar), Laszlo Klein (bass), Peter Lang (sax), Jozsef Toth (drums).
1969 saw first personnel change with Matlakovszky, Klein and Land leaving, and Tamas Barta (guitar) and Peter Sipos (bass, vocals) coming in. First two LPs both achieved gold status at the time of release and now considered vintage Hungarian classic rock albums. Barta left in 1971 to become a founding member of Locomotiv GT -  a Hungarian supergroup.
Hungaria spent most of the 70s touring across the Europe (USSR, Poland, East and West Germany, Spain). Released an album worth of Beatles’ covers in 1978. 80s’ albums were all marked with rock’n’roll revival idiom.
Hungaria went through many personnel changes with Fenyo remaining the only permanent member and other musicians coming and going: Zoltan Kekes (guitar, vocals, 1972-1980), Gabor Antal Szucs (guitar, 1971, then – Skorpió ->), Laszlo Klein (bass, returned briefly in 1971), Peter Sipos (bass, 1972-1980), Gyula Fekete (sax, 1972-1985), Gabor Fekete (drums, 1971, then - Skorpio), Robert Szikora (drums, vocals, 1972-1982), Dolly (vocals, 1980-1985, then - Dolly Roll), Flipper Öcsi (vocals, 1980-1985, then - Dolly Roll, Step), Zoltan Kékes (guitar, 1980-1985, then Dolly Roll), Deddy Zsoldos (1982-85, drums, then - Dolly Roll)
1. A lány, aki mindig énekel
2. A tüzes pokol lángjai
3. Stefi, jöjj ma este velem
4. Ezerarcú bíborhajnal
5. Szédült világ
6. A természet szava
7. Rolli-Rock
8. Három széplány éjszakája
9. Vöröshangyaboly
10. Álmos vagy
11. Az első szerelem
12. Bye-bye boldogság
13. Ringass el, álom

Fenyõ Miklós - orgona, zongora, ének
Csomós Péter - ritmusgitár
Barta Tamás - gitár
Sipo Péter - basszusgitár
Tóth József - dob

Hungária - Bye-bye boldogság


Apr 18, 2012

Re-post: 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


Apr 15, 2012

Bergendy - Beat ablak - Világslágerek (1971)

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 Bergendy group was founded in 1960 by a company of students from the University of Budapest: Istvan Bergendy (sax, piano, organ, vocals), Peter Bergendy (flute, sax, vocals), Sandor Hajdu (organ, piano, flute, vocals), Gyorgy Oroszlan (guitar, vocals), Norbert Latzin (piano, organ, guitar, bass, vocals), Bela Casaky (drums, vocals), Karoly Gaspar (bass). Later line-ups also included Czaba Debreceni (drums) and Ferenc Demjen (lead vocals, guitar).
Within two years band became a desired guest for any youth club in Budapest area. Won Grand-prix of 1963 national song festival.
1971 saw the release of Bergendy debut LP. Band adopted comic image (aka clown stage dresses, unusual haircuts, pantomime, etc.), but presented a rather serious and solid blend of jazz, pop and rock in finest traditions of Chicago and Blood, Sweat and Tears.
Released a highly interesting (but obscure) album of cover versions of Western pop and rock standards, remembered mostly because of inclusion of a weird version of Deep Purple 1969 smash Black Night with horns playing main riff. Enjoyed success with three more Hungarian albums in mid-70s.

1. Tramp - részelet (Otis Redding)
2. The Neanderthal Man (Kevin Godley)
3. The Witch (The Rattles)
4. Black Night (Deep Purple)
5. Tip Toe Trou' The Tulips With Me (Tiny Tim)
6. Montego Bay (Bobby Bloom)
7. In The Summertime (Mungo Jerry)
8. Aquarius, Let The Sunshine In (The Fifth Dimension)
9. My Sweet Lord (George Harrison)
10. 25 Or 6 To 4 (Chicago)
11. Gimme Dat Ding (The Pipkins)
12. Show Me Your Hand (White Plains)
13. Dizzy (Tommy Roe)
14. Tramp - részelet (Otis Redding)


Apr 13, 2012

Re-post: Dr. Hook - Bankrupt (1975)

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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


Re-post: Dr. Hook - Pleasure & Pain (1978) + Sometimes You Win (1979)

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Digitally remastered two-fer containing a pair of albums from the American Country / Pop Rock outfit on one disc: Pleasure & Pain (1978) and Sometimes You Win (1979). Both albums made the U.S. Top 100, and singles such as 'Sharing The Night Together' and 'Better Love Next Time' from these albums were Top 10 Hits.
Pleasure & Pain:
1. Sharing The Night Together
2. Sweetest Of All
3. Storms Never Last
4. I Don't Wanna Be Alone Tonight
5. Knowing She's There
6. Clyde
7. When You're In Love With A Beautiful Woman
8. Dooley Jones
9. I Gave Her Comfort
10. You Make My Pants Wanna Get Up and Dance

Sometimes You Win:
11. Better Love Next Time
12. In Over My Head
13. Sexy Eyes
14. Oh! Jesse
15. Years From Now
16. I Don't Feel Much Like Smilin'
17. When You're In Love With A Beautiful Woman
18. What Do You Want?
19. Love Monster
20. Mountain Mary
21. Help Me, Mama

Dennis Locorriere - lead vocal, guitar, bass, harmonica
Ray Sawyer - lead vocals
Billy Francis - keyboards, vocal
Rik Elswit - guitar, vocals
Jance Garfat - bass
John Wolters - drums, percussions, vocals
Bob "Willard" Henke - guitar, keyboards, vocals


Apr 8, 2012

Re-post: Mike Harrison - Smokestack Lightning (1972)

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"Smokestack Lightning" is the second solo album by Mike Harrison

1. Tears
2. Paid My Dues
3. What A Price
4. Wanna Be Free
5. Turning Over
6. Smokestack Lightning

Mike Harrison - harmonica, vocals
Pete Carr - lead guitar
Jimmy Johnson - guitar
Wayne Perkins - slide guitar
Luther Grosvenor - acoustic guitar
Barry Beckett - keyboards
Clayton Ivey - keyboards
David Hood - bass
Roger Hawkins - drums
Harrison Calloway - trumpet
Mike Stacey - trumpet
Harry Thompson - tenor saxophone
Ronnie Eades - baritone saxophone
Charles Rose - trombone


Apr 7, 2012

Help Yourself - Five (1973 / 2004)

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1. Light Your Way
2. Cowboy Song
3. Monkey Wrench
4. Romance In A Tin
5. Grace
6. Martha
7. Monkey Wrench (reprise)
8. The Rock
9. Willow
10. Alley Cat
11. Duneburgers

Tracks 1-3,5-7,9,11 recorded 1973
Tracks 4,8 & 10 recorded 2002

Richard Treece - guitar
Ken Whaley - bass guitar, vocals (track 10)
Malcolm Morley - vocals, guitar & keyboards
Dave Charles - drums, vocal (track 11)
Sean Tyla - guitar (tracks 3,7,11)
Deke Leonard - guitar solo (track 1)
Richard Treece - guitar
Kevin Spacey - drums


Apr 5, 2012

By request: Eddy Grant & The Equals - Baby Come Back (1994)

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Eddy Grant is a Plaisance, Guyana born musician. When he was still a young boy, his parents emigrated to London, UK, where he settled. He lived in Kentish Town and went to school at the Acland Burghley Secondary Modern at Tufnell Park. He had his first Number One hit in 1968, when he was the lead guitarist and main songwriter of the multiracial group The Equals, with his self-penned song "Baby Come Back". The tune also later topped the UK Singles Chart again when covered by Pato Banton. Notably, he openly used his songwriting for political purposes, especially against the then-current apartheid regime of South Africa.
The Equals were a pop/reggae/rock group that formed in North London, England in 1965. Eddy Grant, then sporting dyed blonde hair, founded the group. Also in the original line-up were the twin brothers Derv and Lincoln Gordon, as well as John Hall and Pat Lloyd.
1. Baby Come Back
2. Softly Softly
3. Viva Bobby Joe
4. Black Skin Blue Eyed Boys
5. Laurel & Hardy
6. Rub-A-Dub-Dub
7. Little Bit Of Soul
8. Bad Boy
9. No Place To Go
10. Michael & The Slipper Tree
11. I Get So Exited
12. Gimme Some Lovin'
13. Black Is Black
14. Blackstreet


Apr 4, 2012

Re-post: 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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Apr 2, 2012

Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds - Greatest Hits (1994)

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This soft rock trio from Los Angeles, California consisted of guitarist Dan Hamilton (originally from Wetnatchee, Washington), bassist Joe Frank Carollo (from Leland, Mississippi) and drummer Tommy Reynolds (from New York City). The three first came together in a studio instrumental group known as The T-Bones. During the early sixties, it was not uncommon for a record company to release material recorded by studio sessionmen and pass it off to the unsuspecting public as being recordings by a real, live rock 'n' roll ensemble. Read more
1. Don't Pull Your Love (Out)
2. One Good Woman
3. Ain't No Woman (Like The One I've Got)
4. Daisy Mae
5. It Takes The Best
6. Annabella
7. Hallway Symphony
8. Sweet Pain
9. On The Other Hand
10. (Medley) Bridge Over Troubled Water, You've Got A Friend

Dan Hamilton - guitar
Joe Frank Carollo - bass
Tommy Reynolds - drums