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Kak – Kak Ola (1969)

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Realmente no conozco mucho de esta banda, se que el álbum fue lanzado allá por 1969 y que si bien en su conjunto tiene particularidades, el tema “Lemonaide Kid” es el que me lleva a publicar este ábum. Tiene un aura que hipnotiza.

01 0:00 Hco 97658

02 1:40 Everything’s Changing

03 5:47 Electric Sailor

04 8:56 Disbelievin’

05 12:56 I’ve Got Time

06 16:37 Flowing By

07 20:35 Bryte ‘N’ Clear Day

08 24:22 Trieulogy

09 32:35 Lemonaide Kid

Bonus Tracks

010 38:31 Rain (single version)

011 40:37 Everything’s Changing (acoustic demo)

012 43:32 I’ve Got Time (acoustic demo)

013 45:38 Medley-Bye Bye & Easy Jack

014 49:52 Bryte ‘N’ Clear Day (acoustic demo)

015 56:02 Medley-Mirage & Rain

016 1:01:56 When Love Comes In

017 1:04:46 I Miss You

018 1:08:45 Lonely People Blues

019 1:13:02 Flight From The East

020 1:17:15 Good Time Music

Ronnie Wood – I’ve Got My Own Album To Do (1974)

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“I’ve Got My Own Album to Do” es el primer álbum solista de estudio de Ron Wood lanzado en 1974. Fue un proyecto de estrellas que lanzó por aparte a su papel como guitarrista de un (prácticamente) extinto The Faces.

Varias canciones fueron interpretadas por The Faces en sus últimos conciertos. A continuación los temas y personal del album…realmente impresionante

  1. I Can Feel the Fire” – 4:54
  2. Far East Man” (George Harrison, Wood) – 4:40
  3. “Mystifies Me” – 3:19
  4. “Take a Look at the Guy” – 2:33
  5. “Act Together” (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 4:25
  6. “Am I Grooving You” (Bert Russell, Jeff Barry) – 3:41
  7. “Shirley” – 5:21
  8. “Cancel Everything” – 4:40
  9. “Sure the One You Need” (Jagger, Richards) – 4:12
  10. “If You Gotta Make a Fool of Somebody” (Rudy Clark) – 3:34
  11. “Crotch Music” (Willie Weeks) – 6:04

Dan Hicks – Early Muses (1998)

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Dan Hicks fue un cantautor estadounidense que se encargó de manera magistral el bluegrass, el country, el swing, el jazz entre otros estilos. Muchas de sus canciones surcan un estilo sutil de humor como “I scare myself” (Me asusto a mi mismo) o “How can I miss you when you won’t go away?” (¿Como puedo extrañarte si nunca te vas?). Miembro de la mítica agrupación “The Charlatans”, su trabajo se hizo conocido con Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks.

Early Muses fue lanzado en 1998 y cuenta con grabaciones realizadas mayormente en 1967 mientras seguía en The Charlatans. El sonido es muy bueno, exceptuando el primer tema que es una grabación de un disco de 78 rpm que Dan realizó con su padre en 1953. ¡Que lo disfruten!

01-Intro: Home On The Range. (Dan (son) and Ivan (father) Hicks. Done on Dan’s Cousin Bill’s 78 rpm home recording device in Seattle, summer of 1953)
02-Waitin’ For The “103”.
03-How Can I Miss You When You Won’t Go Away.
04-Slow Movin’.
05-Shorty Goes South.
06-The Innocent Bystander.
07-The Junkies Ball.
08-Euphonius Whale.
09-He Don’t Care.
10-The Gypsy’s Secret.
11-O’ Reilly At The Bar.
12-My Old Timey Baby.
13-Shall I Ask An Elf?.
14-Living With A Lie.
15-I’ve Got A Capo On My Brain.
16-Canned Music.
17-Love Bug Blues.
18-All-Day Sucker.
19-The Laughing Song.
20-Fallin’ Apart.

Line Up/Enabling Participants

Dan Hicks – Vocal/Guitar/Autoharp/Banjo/Harmonica/Percussion.
David LaFlamme – Violin.
Jamie Leopold – Acoustic Bass (Tracks 3-6, 8-14, 16.)
Jon Weber – Guitar ((Tracks 2 & 7.)

Taj Mahal – Same – 1968

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Henry Saint Clair Fredericks, mas conocido como Taj Mahal había estado dando vueltas en la escena musical entre 1964 y 1968 con una banda junto a Ry Cooder llamada The Rising Sons grabando un álbum para Columbia Records que vería la luz en la década de 1990 recién.

Llegado el momento tomo su rumbo solista, quedándose en Columbia Records y lanzando su primer disco homónimo en 1968. Taj, que se iría convirtiendo en un multi instrumentista, lanzaría todo su arsenal en esta primera placa con una serie de versiones tradicionales que se convertirían en clásicas como “Leaving Trunk”, “Statesboro Blues” o “Dust my broom”.

Personal

  • Ryland P. Cooder – guitarra ritmica y mandolina
  • Bill Boatman – guitarra ritmica
  • James Thomas – Bajo
  • Gary Gilmore – Bajo
  • Sanford Konikoff – Bateria
  • Charles Blackwell – Bateria
  • Jessie Edwin Davis – Guitarra l{ider
  • Taj Mahal – Guitarra, arreglista, Harp, voces, guitarra slide
Tecnica
  • Raphael Valentin, Roy Halee – ingeniero
  • Ron Coro – diseño
  • Guy Webster – fotograf{ia

Frank Zappa & Captain Beefheart – El Paso 1975

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Don Van Vliet (a.k.a Captain Beefheart), llevaba un par de años a los tumbos. Desde el lanzamiento de Unconditionally Guaranteed se venía en picada, la Magic Band se va cansada de los malos tratos dando lugar a lo que los fanáticos consideraron como la Tragic Band.

Un par de álbumes después, Van Vliet se encontraba sin sello, en la quiebra, sin banda. Fue su amigo de la adolescencia, Frank Zappa quien salió a darle un lugar en su gira. Entre un par de cosas que andan rondando por ahí, está este bootleg de 1975. Que lo disfruten

1975 05 23 – County Coliseum, El Paso, TX
90 min, SBD, A

[0:00:50] Improvisations,
[0:05:26] Apostrophe (band intro),
[0:09:39] Stinkfoot,
[0:15:10] I’m Not Satisfied,
[0:17:17] Carolina Hard-Core Ecstasy,
[0:26:32] Velvet Sunrise,
[0:31:58] A Pound For A Brown,
[0:47:20] You’re So Fine*,
[0:48:50] Lonely Lonely Nights*,
[0:51:44] Debra Kadabra,
[0:56:00] Montana,
[1:03:00] improvisations,
[1:11:46] Advance Romance,
[1:24:19] Florentine Pogen.

Zappa/Beefheart/Mothers:
Frank Zappa—guitar, vocals
Captain Beefheart—harp, vocals
Denny Walley—slide guitar, vocals
George Duke—keyboards, vocals
Napoleon Murphy Brock—sax, vocals
Bruce Fowler—trombone
Tom Fowler—bass
Terry Bozzio—drums
Jimmy Carl Black on guest vocals (*)

Black Merda – The Psych Funk of Black Merda (2005)

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Black Merda (pronounced “Black Murder”) is an American rock band from Detroit, Michigan, active from the mid 1960s to the early 1970s and reuniting in 2005. They are considered to be the first all black rock band. The core band members are guitarist Anthony Hawkins, bassist VC L. Veasey, and guitarist Charles Hawkins, plus original drummer Tyrone Hite. Hite was a native of Detroit; the Hawkins brothers and Veasey were all born in Mississippi and came of age in Detroit.

Black Merda (pronunciado “Black Murder”) es una banda de rock americano de Detroit, Michigan, activa de mediados de los 60’s a comienzos de los 70’s y reunida en el 2005. Se la considera como la primera banda de rock de musicos negros.

Tracklist:

01. Black Merda — Cinthy-Ruth 00:00
02. Linnie Walker With Black Merda — People Let Me Know 02:59
03. Soul Agents* — Foxy Lady 6:13
04. VC L. Veasey — Got Me Running 9:48
05. VC L. Veasey — As Sisters And Brothers 12:36
06. VC L. Veasey — We’ve Got The Power 17:16
07. Black Merda — Reality 23:42
08. Linnie Walker With Black Merda — DArn Well 25:42
09. Soul Agents* — Foxy Lady (Instrumental) 28:56
10. VC L. Veasey — Do Nothing Wrong 32:09
11. VC L. Veasey — The Original Man 35:55

Demo The Magic Band – Mallard (1974)

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Para todos los fanaticos, acá les dejo un demo de la Magic Band de Beefheart luego del trágico Unconditionally Guaranteed que dejaría como saldo, la partida de toda la Magic Band para iniciar un proyecto aparte.

Ese proyecto acabaría por convertirse en Mallard, pero antes de eso, hubo demos. Y en esas demos tenemos como cantante ni mas ni menos que a John French (a.k.a Drumbo), el baterista de la Magic Band.

En sintesis, unas cuantas canciones de demo, que para quien haya oído Mallard me entenderá…French tendría que haber sido el cantante de la banda

Info en ingles

After the most consistent lineup of the Magic Band left Don after Unconditionally Guaranteed, they didn’t immediately become Mallard. Several lineups with the former Magic Band members were made, including this one that retained the Magic Band name. Pictures are of the members in the recording over various years.

Members:
Bill Harkleroad – Guitar
Alex Snouffer – Guitar
Mark Boston – Bass
John Thomas – Keys
John French – Drums & Vocals

00:00 A Piece of Me
04:12 Let That Child Live
07:36 Reign of Pain
10:52 One Day Once
14:12 Hot Ice (Instrumental)
18:22 Hot Ice (Vocals)

John French: That demo was recorded in two places. The instrumentals were recorded in Bill’s “shed” house in Arcata. He had a loft bed, and the drums were underneath. That was the “drum booth.” The vocals were added in Malibu at the beach house of some famous DJ ( can’t recall which one, but it could have been Casey Kasem). Ted Alvy, as I recall, did the technical stuff using the DJ’s tape decks. I think the shower was my vocal booth!
The personnel was Bill Harkleroad, Alex Snouffer, Mark Boston, John Thomas ( keys) and myself. We were planning on getting a drummer and I would just sing, but it never happened. BTW — we were never called Mallard then. That was a name they chose after re-forming without me. We were “The Magic Band.”
I noticed that “Hot Ice” riffs were later used on “You Know You’re a Man.” Probably, Don just used a riff of Bill’s and claimed it as his own. I know Bill would never do that.
It must have been the Fall of 1974. We rapped it a couple of months later. I came back to Lancaster from Northern California on November 21. I was 26.
I’ve never been much on lyrics and would have much rather played instrumental music, but I think that the music ( mostly Bill’s) really was the shining moment in that music. I had been in theater for three years when they called me to play and so had to start over with the singing. I can’t remember much about this, but will give a listen on my iPod while working and see what comes back. We recorded this music in Bill’s shed — where he was living with his girlfriend at the time. We borrowed a Teac 3340 -four-track tape recorder and begged a bunch of mics and a mixer off some friends. Bill was the main impetus of the group when I showed up. The first thing I heard was “One Day Once” and I went outside and wrote lyrics in about 10 minutes. Art Tripp was still playing drums at that point but he left shortly after — burned out from the music business. Most of the stuff was in the wrong key for me. All the stuff that says “Harkleroad, Music” was written before I arrived with the exception of “Reign Of Pain” which was a song I did with another band . Bill added the middle section.
Hot Ice may have been a collaboration on the lyrics.
That’s about all I know. Just don’t call it a “Mallard Demo.” It was The Magic Band then. Mallard was something they came up with after I left.

The Doors – Strange Days (1967)

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Strange Days es el segundo disco de The Doors, lanzado en 1967 bajo el sello Elektra y con la produccion de Paul Rotchild. Siendo desde el inicio un suceso comercial llegando al numero 3 en el Billboard 200. Hasta el dia de hoy es uno de los clasicos de la banda con canciones como “Strange Days”, “People are strange”, “Moonlight Drive”, “Love me two times”. En una atmosfera en donde predomina lo sombrio, “Strange Days” es un album oscuro, detallado y apocaliptico, una genialidad

PUNTAJE PSICODELICO: 5/5

LISTADO DE TEMAS

Side one     
No.     Title     Length     
1.     “Strange Days”       3:11
2.     “You’re Lost Little Girl”       3:03
3.     “Love Me Two Times”       3:18
4.     “Unhappy Girl”       2:02
5.     “Horse Latitudes”       1:37
6.     “Moonlight Drive”       3:05
Side two     
No.     Title     Length     
7.     “People Are Strange”       2:13
8.     “My Eyes Have Seen You”       2:32
9.     “I Can’t See Your Face in My Mind”       3:26
10.     “When the Music’s Over”       10:58

BANDA

    Robby Krieger – Guitarra.
    Jim Morrison – Voz.
    Ray Manzarek – Teclado Fender Rodhes Bass, Piano, Marimba, Clavicornío en “Love Me Two Times”.
    John Densmore – Batería.
    Douglas Lubahn – bajo en temas 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8 y 9.

Various Artists – African Scream Contest: Raw & Psychedelic Afro Sounds From Benin & Togo 70s (2008)

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Para todo fanatico del rock africano, que siempre tiene ese algo distinto a cualquier otro tipo de rock, donde lo autoctono se mezcla con lo externo para realizar una creacion fresca, colorida y arrolladora va este compilado lanzado en el 2008

Puntaje psicodelico: 4/5

Listado de temas

0:00 – 1. Lokonon André & Les Volcans – Mi Kple Dogbekpo
3:54 – 2. Picoby Band d’Aborney – Mi Ma Kpe Dji
8:00 – 3. Gabo Brown & Orchestre Poly-Rythmo – It’s a Vanity
12:22 – 4. El Rego et Ses Commandos – Se Na Min
15:43 – 5. Napo De Mi Amor et Ses Black Devils – Leki Santchi
19:08 – 6. T.P. Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou – Gbeti Madjro
22:05 – 7. Roger Damawuzan – Wait for Me
25:21 – 8. Ouinsou Corneille & Black Santiago – Vinon So Minsou
30:18 – 9. Orchestre Super Jheevs des Paillotes – Ye Nan Lon An
33:26 – 10. Tidiani Koné & Orchestre Poly-Rythmo – Djanfa Magni
43:17 – 11. Disafric Band – Houiou Djin Nan Zon Aklumon
47:34 – 12. Le Super Borgou de Parakou – Congolaise Benin Ye
50:35 – 13. Vincent Ahehehinnou – Ou c’est lui ou c’est moi
1:00:41 – 14. Les Volcans de la Capitale – Oya Ka Jojo

The Doors Live at “PBS Critique” 1969 Full Show

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Tracklist:
Tell All The People/Alabama Song/Backdoor Man/Wishful Sinful/Build Me A Woman/Interview/The Soft Parade

Info:
PBS Critique’s color broadcast titled “A Profile of Jim Morrison and The Doors – On and Off Stage’. The performance was filmed on April 28th, and the Interview on April 29th. The panel discussion was later filmed on May 23rd. It is unknown wether or not more footage exists from this performance. Includes the only known complete live recording of ‘The Soft Parade’. Frank Lisciandro, who was on site photographing the show, recalled in his book that Light My Fire was performed, although recently Frank has revealed that Light My Fire was not performed on this show. Also featured is a 10 minute interview with the band by Richard Goldstein in which Jim attempts to read from ‘The Lords And New Creatures’. The panel discussion includes Richard Goldstein, Patricia Kennealy, William ‘Rosko’ Mercer from WNEW-FM, and Alfred G. Aronowitz. The show was originally broadcast on WNET – Channel 13 in New York, and re-broadcast on June 29.

Early broadcasts of this performance do not include the panel discussion. A clean copy of this performance exists in The Doors archive, however it may not include the panel discussion, giving reason as to why an inferior (complete) copy was used on the Soundstage Performances DVD. Portions of the cleaner footage were used on the The Doors Collection DVD.

RECORDING DATE: 04/28-29/1969
LOCATION: PBS Studios – NY
PRODUCTION: PBS
COLOR: Yes
LENGTH: 56:28
HOST: Richard Goldstein

Photographers:
Frank Lisciandro

Broadcasts:
06/25/1969 – WNET (Channel 13) – New York, NY
06/29/1969 – WNET (Channel 13) – New York, NY
07/19/1969 – KCET – Los Angeles, CA
08/24/1969 – KQED – San Francisco, CA
09/07/1969 – KDIN – Des Moines, IO
01/25/1970 – KCET – Los Angeles, CA
03/10/1970 – WNET (Channel 13) – New York, NY

Dielo – Same (1975)

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Banda surgida en los albores de la URSS, epocas turbulentas ya, en Georgia con una fuerte carga de funk, folk y tintes psicodelicos. Una curiosidad que les traigo para que escuchen y disfruten!

Puntaje psicodelico: 3/5

LISTADO DE TEMAS

(estan en ruso)

A1 Чемо мзео
A2 Мухамбази
A3 Симгера , песня из к/ф “Веселый роман”
A4 Шемовида газапхули
A5 Симгерис симеби

B1 Ниблиа
B2 Бавшвобис дгееби
B3 Квавилебис квекана
B4 Санни
B5 Хевсурули симгера

NO POSEO DATOS DE LA BANDA

Tiny Tim – God bless Tiny Tim (1968) [actualizado]

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Herbert Khaury, conocido en el mundo de la música como Tiny Tim caracterizado como un personaje “freak”, con un falsetto impresionante y que tocaba solamente tocaba el ukelele, muchas veces se habló acerca de su sexualidad y el día que se caso en vivo por un programa de televisión, su popularidad se vino a pique.

Se comenta tambien que tenía un gran conocimiento acerca del cancionero norteamericano, y prueba de ello son las reversiones de este disco

“God bless Tiny Tim” (Dios bendiga a Tiny Tim), es excentrico, fresco, con excelentes arreglos de cuerdas cortesía de Reprise Records y del productor Richard Perry.

En su momento tuvo su renombre, y hoy en día muchos lo siguen viendo como una curiosidad, realmente es dificil de conseguir y es una pieza de coleccion

A destacar: Tip toe through the tulips, Living in the Sunlight (lovin’ in the moonlight), y la doble voz en “I got you babe” es para alucinar…

Bienvenidos al mundo de Tiny Tim

PUNTAJE PSICODELICO: 4/5

LISTADO DE TEMAS:

  “Welcome to My Dream”
    “Tip-Toe Thru’ The Tulips With Me”
    “Livin’ in the Sunlight, Lovin’ in the Moonlight”
    “On The Old Front Porch”
    “The Viper”
    “Stay Down Here Where You Belong”
    “Then I’d Be Satisfied With Life”
    “Strawberry Tea”
    “The Other Side”
    “Ever Since You Told Me That You Love Me (I’m A Nut)”
    “Daddy, Daddy, What Is Heaven Like?”
    “The Coming Home Party”
    “Fill Your Heart”
    “I Got You, Babe”
    “This Is All I Ask”

Agustin Haro – Viaje alrededor de mi mente (Journey around my mind) (2014)

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Un disco hecho en casa, con 14 temas totalmente instrumentales y que buscan por momentos ser un álbum conceptual, un viaje alrededor de mi mente

A homemade record, with 14 tracks totally instrumentals and that for moments is a conceptual album, a journey across my mind.
El album cuenta con una fotografia interna de una pintura, de Ramiro Tamayo, HOMBRE CONTEMPLANDO A LA LUNA

The album have an internal photo of a paint, of Ramiro Tamayo, HOMBRE CONTEMPLANDO A LA LUNA.

Tambien cuenta con un pdf con la pintura y el listado de temas

Also have a pdf with the paint and the tracklist