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воскресенье, 15 марта 2020 г.

Backhouse James' Blues Band ‎– Backhouse James' Blues

A1 Coming Home 2:40
A2 Can't Raise The Dead 2:30
A3 The Train Is Coming 3:50
A4 No Title Blues 2:35
A5 Evil Goin' On 2:30
A6 Save Her Doctor 3:10
A7 Cold Heart 2:30
B1 On The Ball 4:40
B2 Rock Me 3:25
B3 Dust My Broom 3:00
B4 Help Me 3:50
B5 Pickin Blues 2:45
B6 Hat For The Blues 2:40
B7 Bored Choir Blues 2:10
2013
Bass Guitar – Bob Mullet
Drums – John Taylor
Harmonica [Harp] – Tim (Juke) Harris
Lead Guitar – Barry Bailey
Piano – Spot
Slide Guitar – Barry Bailey
Vocals – Barry Bailey , Bob Mullet, Tim (Juke) Harris


Верховодивший в этой группе так называемой Медуэй-сцены* гитарист Barry Bailey мог бы с лёгкостью присоединиться к Джону Майалу или к самим Роллинг Стоунз, но вместо этого решил взорвать музыкальную общественность того времени, играя со своей забытой ныне командой подлинно чистый, классический блюз в стиле Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated, и записал данный фантастический, частного прессования лонгплей, который первоначально был издан парнями самостоятельно тиражом всего в 30 экземпляров. Участники группы могли позволить себе при этом только минимум затрат, а потому сделали сами все художественные работы для обложки и этикетки пластинки, сами их отпечатали с простых, рисованных чёрно-белых заготовок. В итоге лишь один экземпляр этого альбома сейчас находится в архиве Джона Пила, в чьи же липкие руки попали остальные 29 экземпляров – доподлинно неизвестно. 
Этот, один из самых редких альбомов в мире и остро желанный почти с самого момента его выхода ещё в середине 1968-го, был записан в период 7-12 апреля того же года, в гостиной дома № 31 по улице Roberts Road города Rainham (графство Кент), в режиме моно и содержит четырнадцать блюзовых композиций. Большинство треков являются типичным продуктом той эпохи, но набор также включает в себя несколько самостоятельно сочинённых номеров. Как было сказано в небольшом обзоре газеты “Chatham Standard”, в номере за вторник 16 июля 1968 года, недавно выпущенный альбом представляет собой чрезвычайную редкость, как будто бы рецензент был хорошо осведомлён, что только двадцать девять частных лиц будут иметь его копии. Но, хвала Создателю, в 2013 году лейблом “Record Collector” были любовно репрессированы из забытья 500 экземпляров данного альбома и переизданы также на виниле в серии редких виниловых записей, в результате чего сей артефакт стал доступен хоть немного большему числу слушателей на радость всем нам!(инет)
Группа весьма напоминающая Fleetwood Mac золотой поры !

вторник, 3 марта 2020 г.

Various ‎– The Stiff Records Box Set

–Nick Lowe So It Goes 2:32
–Nick Lowe Heart Of The City 2:04
–The Pink Fairies Between The Lines 3:15
–Roogalator Cincinatti Fatback 6:06
–Tyla Gang Styrofoam 2:37
–The Damned New Rose 2:44
–Richard Hell (I Belong To The) Blank Generation 2:53
–The Damned Stab Your Back 0:59
–Elvis Costello Less Than Zero 3:10
–Max Wall England's Glory 3:28
–Jill Read Maybe 2:55
–The Adverts One Chord Wonders 2:36
–Elvis Costello Alison 3:21
–Dave Edmunds Jo Jo Gunne 5:00
–Wreckless Eric Whole Wide World 2:58
–Alberto Y Lost Trios Paranoias Kill 1:38
–Ian Dury Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll 3:13
–Ian Dury Razzle In My Pocket 2:57
–Yachts Suffice To Say 3:15
–Mick Farren Let's Loot The Supermarket Again Like We Did Last Summer 2:20
–Elvis Costello Watching The Detectives 3:45
–Ian Dury My Old Man 3:39
–Larry Wallis Police Car 3:19
–Jane Aire And The Belvederes Yankee Wheels 3:07
–Graham Parker Back To The Schooldays
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–Nick Lowe I Love My Label 3:00
–Nick Lowe Mary Provost 2:47
–Ian Dury What A Waste 3:27
–Elvis Costello I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself 2:24
–Humphrey Ocean & The Hardy Annuals Whoops-A-Daisy 2:29
–Lene Lovich I Think We're Alone Now 2:46
–Devo Jocko Homo 3:20
–Ian Dury & The Blockheads  Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick 3:43
–Wreckless Eric Semaphore Signals 2:56
–Jona Lewie I'll Get By In Pittsburgh 1:45
–Rachel Sweet B-A-B-Y 3:07
–Lene Lovich Lucky Number 2:46
–The Members Solitary Confinement 3:55
–The Rumour Frozen Years 3:31
–Wreckless Eric Take The Cash (K.A.S.H.) 3:42
–Kirsty MacColl They Don't Know 3:02
–Mickey Jupp You'll Never Get Me Up In One Of Those 3:14
–Rachel Sweet Who Does Lisa Like? 2:58
–Motor Boys Motor Drive Friendly 2:20
–Lew Lewis Reformer Win Or Lose 3:22
–Theatre Of Hate The Hop 2:49
–Madness One Step Beyond 2:19
–The Rumour Emotional Traffic 2:46
–Ian Dury & The Blockheads  Inbetweenies 5:19
–Lew Lewis Reformer Lucky Seven 2:17
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–Madness My Girl 2:47
–Desmond Dekker Israelites 3:09
–Joe 'King' Carrasco & The Crowns  Buena 3:37
–Graham Parker Stupefaction 3:30
–Jona Lewie You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties 3:03
–Any Trouble Trouble With Love 3:29
–Dave Stewart , Guest Vocals Colin Blunstone What Becomes Of The Broken-Hearted 3:55
–Graham Parker Mercury Poisoning (Live) 3:05
–Dirty Looks Let Go 3:13
–Madness Baggy Trousers 2:45
–Dave Stewart With Barbara Gaskin  It's My Party 3:49
–John Otway Green Green Grass Of Home 2:39
–Tenpole Tudor Three Bells In A Row 3:01
–Jona Lewie Stop The Cavalry 2:55
–Department S Going Left Right 4:24
–Department S Is Vic There? (French Version) 3:05
–The Equators If You Need Me 3:36
–Tenpole Tudor Wunderbar 2:56
–Desmond Dekker Allamana 2:38
–Alvin Stardust Pretend 2:41
–Billy Bremner Loud Music In Cars 2:54
–Tenpole Tudor Throwing My Baby Out With The Bathwater 3:30
–Pookiesnackenburger Just One Cornetto 2:25
–Via Vagabond Who Likes Jazz? 3:06
–Tracey Ullman You Broke My Heart In 17 Places 2:53
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–The Belle Stars Sign Of The Times 2:55
–The Belle Stars Sweet Memory 3:19
–Electric Guitars Language Problems 4:12
–Tracey Ullman Breakaway 2:35
–Passion Puppets Like Dust 3:31
–Jakko Dangerous Dreams 4:36
–King Kurt Destination Zululand (Humdiddlededumhoowahayha) 3:26
–The Pogues The Sick Bed Of Cuchulain 2:59
–The Inspirational Choir Of The Pentecostal First-Born Church Of The Living God* Pick Me Up 4:03
–Makin' Time Here Is My Number 2:50
–The Pogues Dark Streets Of London 3:31
–The Untouchables Wild Child 4:01
–Kirsty MacColl A New England 3:55
–Jamie Rae Pretty One 3:40
–The Untouchables Free Yourself 3:39
–The Pogues Sally MacLennane 2:42
–Furniture Brilliant Mind 3:43
–Dr.Feelgood Don't Wait Up 3:56
–The Tommy Chase Quartet Killer Joe (Right Cross) 4:36
–Furniture Shake Like Judy Says 4:37
–Dr.Feelgood Hunting, Shooting, Fishing 2:50
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воскресенье, 23 февраля 2020 г.

Cromagnon ‎– Cromagnon

Caledonia 3:42
Ritual Feast Of The Libido 3:25
Organic Sundown 7:13
Fantasy 7:15
Crow Of The Black Tree 9:45
Genitalia 2:42
Toth, Scribe I 10:33
First World Of Bronze 2:32
1969
Austin Grasmere and the late Brian Elliot had written a string of bubble gum hits when they approached ESP to produce an LP that would present their original creative ideas,
far removed from the formulas of the market place.
They said that they had a Connecticut tribe with which they would bring to fruition the ideas that they needed to express.
ESP gave them Onno Scholtze, and for three days they labored to fulfill their dream.
There actually was a Connecticut tribe of sorts, although it consisted not of Indians but of their close Anglo friends, with several children included.
They can all be heard on the epic CALEDONIA.




воскресенье, 16 февраля 2020 г.

Joakim Skogsberg

Joakim Skogsberg ‎– Jola Rota 1972

A1 Jola Från Ingbo
A2 Offer Rota
A3 Fridens Liljor
B1 Besvärjelse Rota
B1 Jola Från Stensäte
B3 Jola Från Leksand

During the early 1970s Joakim recorded  mysterious, shamanistic and highly psychedelic “folk music” infused with incredible soundscapes of derailed fuzzed out violins, soaring guitars, rattling hand percussion, droning vocals and pulsating bass rhythms. The album was called Jola Rota and was originally released in 1972. It sold 300-400 copies and was then withdrawn and the reaming copies discarded making Jola Rota a much rumored and sought after Swedish droned-out and mesmerizing psychedelic artifact. The legendary Swedish musicians on this album include Pugh Rogefeldt, Göran Lagerberg, Mats Glenngård and Thomas Netzler. It’s now available again from Subliminal Sounds.



Joakim Skogsberg ‎– Indi Dust Garden 1999

1 Just Dust 3:13
2 Maha Nada 16:22
3 Holi Band 43:23
4 One'N'Out 8:10
5 Flow Fail 2:25





понедельник, 10 февраля 2020 г.

New World ‎– The Best Of

1 Tom-Tom Turnaround 3:17
2 Kara Kara 3:11
3 Living Next Door To Alice 3:42
4 Sister Jane 3:29
5 Rose Garden 3:10
6 Rooftop Singing 4:21
7 Lay Me Down 2:25
8 Lord Of The Dance 2:37
9 Ain't Nobody Ever Gonna Wonder Why 2:48
10 Something To Say 2:53
11 First Steps 2:09
12 Summer In My Eyes 2:50
13 The Honeywind Blows 2:45
14 Something's Wrong 2:42
15 Rain 1:52
16 Cowboy Convention 3:22
17 I'll Catch The Sun 2:37
18 Little Play Soldier 2:56
19 Try To Remember 2:59
20 Lo And Behold 2:39
21 The Puppy Song 2:52
22 Kara Kara (German Version) 3:17

1996




понедельник, 6 января 2020 г.

Vashti Bunyan

1 Diamond Day
Written-By – Vashti Bunyan
2 Glow Worms
Written-By – Vashti Bunyan
3 Lily Pond
Written-By – Vashti Bunyan
4 Timothy Grub
Written-By – Vashti Bunyan
5 Where I Like To Stand
Written-By – John James , Vashti Bunyan
6 Swallow Song
Written-By – Vashti Bunyan
7 Window Over The Bay
Written-By – Robert Lewis , Vashti Bunyan
8 Rose Hip November
Written-By – Vashti Bunyan
9 Come Wind Come Rain
Written-By – Vashti Bunyan
10 Hebridean Sun
Written-By – Robert Lewis , Vashti Bunyan
11 Rainbow River
Written-By – Vashti Bunyan
12 Trawlerman's Song
Written-By – Robert Lewis, Vashti Bunyan
13 Jog Along Bess
Written-By – Vashti Bunyan
14 Iris's Song For Us
Written-By – Iris McFarlane, Vashti Bunyan, Wally Dix
Extra Tracks
15 Love Song
Written-By – Vashti Bunyan
16 I'd Like To Walk Around In Your Mind
Written-By – Vashti Bunyan
17 Winter Is Blue
Written-By – Vashti Bunyan
18 Iris's Song (Version 2)
Written-By – Iris McFarlane, Vashti Bunyan, Wally Dix
2:31

Just Another Diamond Day-1970


Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind 2:18
I Want To Be Alone 2:51
Train Song 2:15
Love Song 1:59
Winter Is Blue 2:55
Coldest Night Of The Year 3:28
I'd Like To Walk Around In Your Mind 2:15
Winter Is Blue 1:48
Girl's Song In Winter 1:37
If In Winter (100 Lovers) 1:47
Wishwanderer 1:56
Don't Believe 1:37
17 Pink Sugar Elephants 1:51
I Won't Say 2:24
Girl's Song In Winter (Alt. Version) 3:25
If In Winter (100 Lovers) (Alt. Version) 1:13
I'd Like To Walk Around In Your Mind (Alt. Version) 2:22
Autumn Leaves 1:57
Leave Me 2:24
If In Winter (100 Lovers) 1:19
How Do I Know 2:00
Find My Heart Again 1:59
Go Before Dawn 1:54
Girl's Song In Winter 1:38
I Don't Know What Love Is 1:48
Don't Believe What They Say 2:12
Love You Now 2:10
I Know 1:34
Someday 2:05






воскресенье, 29 декабря 2019 г.

Jake Jones

A1 I'll See You Through 3:46
A2 Of No Concern 3:00
A3 When Your Brother 3:17
A4 Motherly Comfort 3:15
A5 A Suite From The Court Jester 9:29
B1 Speak To Me Lady 6:28
B2 Child Child (Plus Tag) 4:06
B3 It's Only Love You Know 4:27
B4 Different Roads 7:11


Ill-Mo Junction 3:34
Trippin' Down A Country Road 4:25
Mirrored Door 2:02
She Must Be Free 4:19
In All My Dreams 4:22
Breathe Deep 4:04
Lost In My Own Backyard 3:30
Feather Bed 3:00
Catch The Wind 3:05
I'll Be Seeing You (Frogs In The Moonlight) 4:48
This album has conspicuously little cache for a record as good as it is. Known primarily only among collectors, it has been a delightful little secret that really deserves to be spread around. I call it progressive flavored A.O.R., with a mix of soft and hard material, good guitar, organ, and great vocal harmony. To me, fully 8 of the 10 tracks presented rate pretty good or better, with “Breath Deep” my personal fave. Grab this one while reasonably priced copies aren’t too hard to find. (tymeshifter RYM)

Jake Jones was originally from St. Louis, Missouri and released two albums on Kapp Records in the early seventies. No one in the group was actually named "Jake Jones". 
 I recently heard from Phil Jost of Jake Jones. He supplied the following update about the group. 
 Chuck Sabatino had a stroke while playing for Mike MacDonald in Los Angeles in 1994. A benefit was put on at Mississippi nights in 1994 for Chuck by many of his friends and former bandmates. He passed away in 1996 in Belleville, Illinois where his family had moved back to. 
 Joe Marshall still lives in the St. Louis Area and plays frequently. 
 I moved to LA in 1978 and became assistant to Producer/Engineer Ken Scott. (Superertramp, David Bowie, Elton John) I had the pleasure to work on albums both as a player and or engenering & production with the Dixie Dreggs & Steve Morris, Stanley Clarke, Jeff Beck, Kansas, Supertramp and many orthers including Missing Persons. I was a member in that group briefly. 
 I began writing with David Palmer who had been in Steely Dan as a singer. He also wrote the lyrics to the "Jazzman" album by Carole King. We had a tune in "Fast Times At Ridgemont High" and recorded an album for Warner Bros with Eagles Producer Bill Sczymick. 
 I live in Belleville, Illinois and still compose music including themes for audio visual and broadcast. 
 In 1998 I released a CD & Video: "Live at the Charlotte Convention Center" which was recorded in April 1997 while opening for the Atlanta Rhythm section there. 
 For other information or to inquire about how to purchase one of the CD's or Videos, I can be contacted at: philjost@aol.com 
 ALSO there was a 3rd, un-released album that Jake Jones recorded in 1973. 

 I also recently heard from Joe Marshall of Jake Jones. He supplied the following information about the group. 
 Thanks for the information about our band, Jake Jones - I can correct a few details and provide some updated info: 
*** Chuck Sabatino - yes, he died on his 45th birthday, in 1996, after a stroke in 1994 that left him paralyzed - he was due to leave for Portugal when he was stricken. 
*** Joe Marshall - actually, I never owned the nightclub, Timbers, but I did play there between 1984 and 1996 - I now work at St. Louis Music, and still play nearly every weekend, with a group called "The Sloppy Joes", as well as with a weddiing band called "Sundance and Brass". 
*** James Ovid Bilderback - you have the situation right, in that he had a drug problem that he finally dealt with - good luck to him. 
*** Mike Krenski - wrote "The Cheater" in 1965 for Bob Kuban and the In-Men - still flies planes and teaches would-be pilots - worked for McDonnell Douglas/Boeing, last I heard. 
*** Phil Jost - actually I see him nearly every day, as he works at St. Louis Music with me - Phil is now the product manager for Crate Pro Audio - he still plays occasionally with his sisters in a group named "Sibling Rivalry". 
 I know there's a lot I'm leaving out, but thanks for the interest in our band - I have a videotape of a studio session from May of 1972, with Chuck on bass and Barney Biver on drums - I can't believe how young we were - the arrangements were quite complex, as I guess we did a lot of practicing as well as playing at that time. 
 One last fact - our last job was in 1973, opening act for the Eagles, and Dan Fogelberg, in Springfield, Illinois. 

 Thanks to Michael Kladky for supplying the following information about the members of Jake Jones. Chuck Sabatino (flute,vocals) died in L.A. just a few years ago. He was playing with Michael McDonald (Doobie Bros.). Chuck grew up with Michael, they used to skip school together. (McCluer High School in St. Louis, Missouri). Joey Marshall (guitar) used to own a bar down on Laclede's Landing (St. Louis, Missouri) called "Timbers". He also played in the house band there. (He still might?/!) Ovid (drums) quit(??) the band (alcohol and drug problem). He later found Jesus, and joined a Jesus Freak Jazz band. Mike Krenski (bass) quit the band shortly after their first album. (Chuck took over the bass) He was a record producer in L.A. Phil Jost (keyboards) whereabouts are currently unknown. When Jake Jones broke up, they did form another band called "Full Moon Consort" (and released one album) in 1975. They were playing in the St. Louis area for quite a bit..

Backhouse James' Blues Band ‎– Backhouse James' Blues

A1 Coming Home 2:40 A2 Can't Raise The Dead 2:30 A3 The Train Is Coming 3:50 A4 No Title Blues 2:35 A5 Evil Goin' On...