Apr 29, 2013

Tunyogi Rock Band - Koncert (1998 / 2000)

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1. Öregesen
2. Rocktóber
3. Menj tovább
4. Ha volna két életem
5. Bor, zene és nő
6. Ördögöt öleltem
7. Szabad vér
8. A tegnap itt hagyott
9. Hűvös, bűvös, bűnös
10. Boszorkányrepülés
11. Bárcsak tudnánk vigyázni rád
12. Déja-Vu
13. Utolsó cigaretta
14. A hétköznapok legyenek jók

KÉKESI LÁSZLÓ - basszusgitár
ZEFFER ANDRÁS - billentyűs hangszerek


Apr 27, 2013

Stretch - Forget The Past (1978)

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1. Re-Arranging
2. Cruel To Be Kind
3. Forget The Past
4. Ain't Got No Reason
5. Take Me Away
6. You're Too Late
7. School Days
8. Foolin Me

Kirby - lead guitar, lead vocals
Steve Emery - bass guitar, lead vocals
John Cook - keyboards, vocals
Nigel Watson - electric guitar, lead vocals
Chris Fletcher - percussion
Fran Byrne - drums
Nicko McBrain - drums


Apr 26, 2013

Randall's Island (feat. Elliott Randall) - Rock And Roll City (1972, LP-rip)


Elliott Randall (born 1947) is an American guitarist, best known for being a session musician with popular artists. Randall played the well-known guitar solos from Steely Dan's song "Reelin' in the Years" and Fame. It was reported that Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page said Randall's solo on "Reelin' in the Years" is his favorite guitar solo of all-time. The solo was ranked as the 40th best guitar solo of all-time by the readers of Guitar World magazine and the 8th best guitar solo by Q4 Music  Read more
1. Rock And Roll City
2. Neon New York
3. Oil On The Water
4. Enuf Is Enuf
5. Brer Fox Boogie
6. One Day At A Time
7. Earth And Water
8. Surrender Your Agenda
9. Kangaru
10. Prediscovery
11. King Kongquistador

Paul Fleisher - baritone and tenor saxophones, flute and vocals
Elliott Randall - electric and acoustic guitars, kazoo and vocals
Allen Herman - drums and percussion
Pot - piano, organ, electric piano and vocals
Gary King - electric bass and vocals


Stretch - Lifeblood (1977)

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1. End Up Crying
2. Knives In Their Backs
3. Rock 'n' Roll Hoochie-Coo
4. Right Or Wrong
5. Show Biz Blues
6. You Can't Beat Your Brain For Entertainment
7. Jonah And The Whale
8. Living On The Highway
9. Take You Down
10. Let's Spend The Night Toghether

Elmer Gantry - lead vocals, 2nd guitar, percussion
Kirby - lead guitar, vocals, percussion
Steve Emery - bass
Jeff Rich - drums, percussion


Apr 25, 2013

Stretch - You Can't Beat Your Brain For Entertainment (1976)

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1. Fixin' To Die
2. If The Cap Fits
3. The Way Life Is
4. That's The Way The Wind Blows
5. Hold Up The Light
6. Can't Get Enough
7. Hold On
8. Put Your Hands Up
9. Loves Got A Hold On Me
10. Feelin' Sad

Elmer Gantry - lead vocals, electic guitar, backing vocals, harmonica
Steve Emery - bass guitar, backing vocals
Kirby - lead, slide and acoustic guitars, backing vocals
Jeff Rich - drums


The Church - Of Skins And Heart (1981, rem. 2010)

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1. For A Moment We're Strangers
2. Chrome Injury
3. The Unguarded Moment
4. Memories In Future Tense
5. Bel-Air
6. Is This Where You Live?
7. She Never Said
8. Fighter Pilot ... Korean War
9. Don't Open The Door To Strangers
Bonus tracks:
10. In A Heartbeat
11. Busdriver

Nick Ward - drums, percussion, vocals (tracks: 1 to 9)
Richard Ploog - drums, vocals (tracks: 10 to 12)
Marty Willson-Piper - electric guitar [6 and 12 string], acoustic guitar, vocals
Peter Koppes - lead guitar, guitar [slide], vocals
Steve Kilbey - vocals, bass guitar, keyboards


Apr 17, 2013

Re-upload by request: Jackson Heights - King Progress (1970)

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When Keith Emerson disbanded The Nice, Lee Jackson decided to hang up his bass guitar and go back to 'simpler' music. With this in mind he gathered together some musicians he had known for a number of years: Charlie Harcourt, Tommy Sloane and Mario Tapia. The result being the first Jackson Heights album King Progress, on which Jackson sang and played acoustic guitar. The standout tracks are 'Mr Screw' and a reworking of the old Nice song 'The Cry of Eugene'. It did not sell in any great numbers. The band started to drift apart and Jackson's next recruitment began... Read more
1. Mr. Screw
2. Since I Last Saw You
3. Sunshine Freak
4. King Progress
5. Doubting Thomas
6. Insomnia
7. Cry Of Eugene 

Lee Jackson 
6 & 12 string acoustic guitar, harmonica, vocals
Charlie Harcourt 
electric guitar, spanish guitar, piano, organ, harpsichord, Mellotron, vocals
Tommy Slone 
drums, congas, triangle, tymps, abdominal pecussions on ''Doubting Thomas''
Mario Enriquie Covarrubias Tapia 
bass guitar, spanish guitar, vocals


Apr 16, 2013

Re-post: Icon - Icon (2009)

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Hard rock band from Hungary

1. A Hitemből
2. Lehajtom a fejem

3. Menedékház
4. Törjél a kenyérből
5. Még szeretni azt lehet
6. Vigyél haza
7. Semmi nem elég
8. Elmentél messzire 

Vilmányi Gábor - gitár
Szatai Gábor - ének
Donászy Tibor - dobok
Fukk Attila - basszusgitár


Apr 14, 2013

Colin Blunstone - One Year (1971)

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Review by Robin Platts:
After the Zombies split in 1968, Colin Blunstone opted for the security of a 9-to-5 job and took a position with a London insurance company. However, the posthumous success of the Zombies' "Time of the Season" made a return to the music business almost inevitable. Blunstone accepted an offer from producer Mike Hurst to cut a remake of the group's first hit, "She's Not There" for Deram Records. Released under the pseudonym "Neil MacArthur," the record was a hit and two further MacArthur singles followed in 1969. Neither charted, and Blunstone soon decided to start recording under his own name. He ran into ex-Zombies Rod Argent and Chris White, who had just signed a production deal with Epic Records. The duo were eager to produce their former bandmate, and soon Blunstone was preparing his first album for Epic. Recorded between June 1970 and June 1971, the album was titled One Year (for the length of time spent making it). The initial sessions found Blunstone backed by Argent's new group, Argent, but later sessions saw the singer backed by Chris Gunning's lovely string arrangements. The first singles, "Mary Won't You Warm My Bed" and "Caroline Goodbye," flopped, but the third -- a cover of Denny Laine's "Say You Don't Mind" -- was a hit in Britain. Widely considered to be Blunstone's best solo album, One Year is the perfect showcase for his distinctive, breathy voice. He also came into his own as a songwriter on this record. Although he had penned only two songs during the Zombies' career, he was responsible for most of the songwriting on One Year, including such classics as "Caroline Goodbye" and "Let Me Come Closer to You."
1. She Loves The Way They Love Her
2. Misty Roses
3. Smokey Day
4. Caroline Goodbye
5. Though You Are Far Away
6. Mary Won't You Warm My Bed
7. Her Song
8. I Can't Live Without You
9. Let Me Come Closer To You

10. Say You Don't Mind 


Apr 13, 2013

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


Apr 12, 2013

Gringo - Gringo (1971, 2012)

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Tapestry Of Delights:
Evolving from student beat groups, Utopia / Toast, in sixties Bath, Gringo toured in Europe and even made a living with a club residency on the south coast of France. They were opening act on a UK tour featuring Barclay James Harvest and Caravan. Their recorded legacy is a quality album of pop-tinged progressive rock that still sounds fresh, with a lightness of touch and many distinctive twists. The song-within-a-song piece, Emma And Harry, is worthy of note, but all nine tracks are good. It is tempting to wonder if Land of Who Knows Where may have been inspired by a certain Caravan album released the same year!
Gringo split and John Perry joined Spreadeagle but not in time to play on their only album. The Caravan connection reappeared and he joined that band in time for the Girls Who Grow Plump album. He played later with Quantum Jump, Curved Air and Aviator and did a host of session and solo work. Henry Marsh sampled chart success with Sailor, and Simon Byrne worked with Brotherhood of Man among others. There you have Gringo, an overlooked band and album, worth discovering. The B-side of their single is a non-album track.
1. Cry The Beloved Country
2. I'm Another Man
3. More And More
4. Our Time Is Our Time
5. Gently Step Through The Stream
6. Emma And Harry
7. Moonstone
8. Land Of Who Knows Where
9. Patriotic Song
Bonus tracks:
10. I'm Another Man (single A-side)
11. Soft Mud (single B-side)

Casey (Casey Synge) - female vocals
Henry Marsh - guitar, keyboards, vocals
John G. Perry - bass, vocals
Simon Byrne - drums, vocals


Apr 11, 2013

The Exits - The Legendary Lost Exits Album (1978, 2007)

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1. The Fashion Plague
2. Cheam
3. Fool To Fall In Love
4. Holiday Shots
5. We Broke Up Today
6. School Of Intrigue
7. Index Linked
8. Mood Walk
9. Revolt Into Style
10. This Toytown World
11. The Fashion Page
12. Lovers Talk
13. Chantelle

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Re-upload by request: Hardin & York - Tomorrow Today (1969)

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The unusual power duo of keyboardist / vocalist Eddie Hardin and drummer Pete York made a few albums in the late '60s and early '70s, and were aptly described as a cross between Traffic and Procol Harum. They leaned closer to Traffic than Procol Harum, with their blend of hard rock, soul, progressive, and jazz influences; the swirl and swell of Hardin's Hammond organ; and Hardin's Stevie Winwood-esque vocals. Read more
1. Tomorrow Today
2. 100 Years From Now
3. I'm Lost
4. Drinking My Wine
5. Candlelight
6. Beautiful Day
7. Mountains Of Sand
8. Can't Keep A Good Man Down
9. Listen Everyone
Extra tracks:
10. All I See Is You
11. Mullberry Place
12. Sunday Morning
13. Rock 'N' Roll Music
14. Can't Find My Way Home
15. Just A Case Of Time

Eddie Hardin - keyboards, vocals
Pete York - drums, percussion
Mel Thorpe - flute, horn, trombone
Vic Flick - guitar
Mike Hurst - guitar
Herbie Flowers - bass


Apr 5, 2013

Pulsar - The Strands Of The Future (1976)

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1. The Strands Of The Future
2. Flight
3. Windows
4. Fool's Failure

Victor Bosch - drums, percussion
Gilbert Gandil - guitars, vocals
Roland Richard - flute, strings
Jacques Roman - organ, Mellotron, bass, synthesizers


Apr 2, 2013

Tapiman - Tapiman (1972)

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This Spanish power-trio, being one of the pioneers of hard rock in Spain, made this excellent hard-to-find heavy prog gem in 1971. Their music had influences of Led Zeppelin and Cream. They made another album in 1979. Their sound is typical hard European heavy rock, full of good riffs with some psychedelic & progressive touches. The loud heavy music is somewhat associated with the music of Pink Fairies. Drummer J M Vilaseca sadly died in 1994.
1. Wrong World
2. Gosseberry Park
3. Don't Ask Why
4. Practice
5. Paris
6. No Chance
7. Moonbeam
8. No Control
9. Jenny
10. Driving Shadow
Bonus tracks:
11. Hey You
12. Sugar Stone
13. Love Country
14. Walking All Along The Life

José María Vilaseca "Tapi" - drums
Pepe Fernández - bass
Max Sunyer - guitar


Apr 1, 2013

Jan Dukes De Grey - Mice And Rats In The Loft (1971)

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1. Sun Symphonica
2. Call Of The Wild
3. Mice And Rats In The Loft

Michael Bairstow - flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, percussion, keyboards
Denis Conlan - drums
Derek Noy - vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion