Friday, May 13, 2016

Yesterday's Children - Yesterday's Children (1969 awesome us psychedelic hard rock with powerful vocals and guitars - Flac)


Pretty rockin' American psychedelic stuff from 1969. The guitars and the vocals are very impressive especially on the tracks "Sailing" and "Hunter's Moon." After listening to the album a few times, it grows on you and just want to rock out! If there is such a thing as psychedelic metal, "Hunter's Moon" perfects and embodies it. For the most part, it is a great slice of psychedelic hard rock from America. Give props to it's heaviness for 1969.
Excellent album. Every song is five stars, well maybe two are 4, but still better than 98% of late 60's bands. Many of the songs have dark riffs and thundering drums that are echoed in later Metal bands. It's a shame they didn't make any other records. The track Hunter's Moon was worth the price all by it's self.(By GhostWriter)
GhostWriter is right when he says that they didn't make another record, this group is absolutely awesome .How such a great group can disappear after only one album !!!



01. Paranoia
02. Sad Born Loser
03. What of I
04. She's Easy
05. Sailing
06. Providence Bummer
07. Evil Woman
08. Hunter's Moon

Reggie Wright - lead guitar
Denis Croce - vocals
Richard Croce - guitar
Chuck Maher - bass
Ralph Muscatelli - drums


The Pretty Things - 1985 - Live At The Hearbreak Hotel - Vinyl Rip - Flac


Tracklist

01- Big Boss Man
02- Midnight To Six
03- King Bee
04- Honey I Need
05- Shakin' All Over
06- Rosalyn
07- Road Runner
08- Mama, Keep Your Big Mouth Shut
09- Raining In My Heart
10- Around And Around
11- Don't Bring Me Down
12- Mona


Credits

Phil May - vocals
Dick Taylor - guitar
Joe Shaw - guitar
Kevin Flanagan - saxophone
Dave Wintour - bass
John Clarke - drums

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

McPhee - McPhee (1972 Australian heavy psych prog - Flac)


Recorded in 1972 and re-mastered by producer Martin Erdman in 2009, this rare recording stands as a defining moment in the history of Australian rock. 

  McPhee 'McPhee' In the pantheon of Australian early 70's progressive rockdom, McPhee must rank as one of its most obscure outfits. McPhee's solitary album appeared to little fanfare in early 1972 and simply sank without trace.
  It's likely that only 500 copies were ever pressed so it rates as a significant rarity. More importantly, 'Mc Phee' stands as one of the great lost treasures of Australias progressive rock era, a truly fascinating artefact of tremendous scope. The tapes have been dusted off so that you can hear this hard-hitting underground masterpiece in all its glory.
  McPhee played the local club and bar cicuit around Sydney and in 1971 entered producer Martin Erdman's World Of Sound studio in order to record an album. The sessions yielded material culled from the bands live repertoire including five cover versions. McPhee's influences extended from the prevailing Acid-rock trends of the day, to the emergent sounds of progressive rock with a smattering of contemporary rock hits.
  From the outset it is clear that McPhee is imbued with a crucial kick and gritty sense of purpose. It is brimming with acidy, wah-wah fuelled lead breaks and some of the most awesomely heavy and stunning Hammond organ playing to be heard anywhere on an Australian album.



Tracklist:
01. The Wrong Time - 6:35
02. Sunday Shuffle - 3:22
03. Southern Man - 5:50
04. Indian Rope Man - 7:14
05. Superstar - 5:04
06. I Am The Walrus - 8:00
07. Out To Lunch - 10:38


McPhee:
Faye Lewis - Vocals/Percussion
Tony Joce - Guitar
Benny Kaika - Bass
Jim Deverell - Hammond Organ/Electric Piano/Vocals
Terry Popple - Drums

Droogs - Stone Cold World & Kingdom Day (1984-1987- Us great mix of garage & neo-psychedelic rock - Wave)




Los Angeles-based band, The Droogs's greatest success has come in Europe. While their garage band approach has yet to capture an American audience, their recordings have received an enthusiastic response overseas. German record label, Music Maniac, reissued their albums, Mad Dog Dreams and Guerrilla Love-In, and released a compilation of their singles, Anthology. Their 1997 album, Atomic Garage, was released by the Spain-based Impossible Records label.
Formed in the early-1970s, the Droogs chose a cover of Sonic's "He's Waiting" for their debut single in 1973. Their second single, released five years later, "Set My Love On You", showcased the songwriting of vocalist Ric Albin and his brother and guitarist, Roger Clay. Other original tunes were included on the multi-artist samplers, Saturday Night Pogo, in 1978, and Ahead Of My Time, the following year.
The Droogs experienced a major change with the arrival of former Textones and Dream Syndicate bassist and keyboards player, Dave Provost in the early-1980s. Provost made his presence felt on a four song EP, Heads Examined, in 1983 and their debut full-length album, Stone Cold World, in 1984.
Although their future appeared secure, after singing with the PVC/Jem label, the Droogs continued to find fame evasive. While touring the Midwest, in support of their 1987 album, Kingdom Day, the label declared bankruptcy and went out of business.
After building a solid following in Europe, the Droogs turned their focus back on the United States, releasing an album, Want Something, in 1990, that included tracks from their European albums and bonus tracks.

Credits
Ric Albin : vocals  
Roger Clay : guitars , vocals  
David Provost : bass , keyboards  
Jon Gerlach : drums , percussion

Tracklist
01 - Change Is Gonna Come
02 - Set My Love On You
03 - For These Remaining Days
04 - Stone Cold World
05 - Mr. Right
06 - From Another Side
07 - He's Waitin' (Live NYC)
08 - Only Game In Town
09 - Call Off Your Dogs
10 - Stranger In The Rain
11 - Jack Of Trades
12 - Quarry Street
13 - Kingdom Day
14 - When Angels Fall
15 - Webster Field
16 - Countdown To Zero
17 - Collector's Item



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Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Journey - Charge Of The Light Brigade (Unreleased 1973 Studio Recordings - Flac)


The unfinished album by the original pre - Steve Perry Journey. 13 tracks from the fusion tinged rockers plus 3 live tracks from 
a pre-Journey Schon fusion band known as Birthday.
Includes the title song & more rare unreleased masterpieces.

Journey:
Neal Schon - Guitar
Ross Valory - Bass
Gregg Rolie - Vocals, Keyboards
George Tickner - Guitar
Prairie Prince - Drums

Tracklist:
01 - Mystery Mountain [Studio Mix - Unfinished]
02 - In the Morning Day [Studio Mix - No vocals]
03 - Charge of the Light Brigade?, - [Fusion w-Killer Neal Solos]
04 - unknown instrumental, a nice ballad, kind of in a Jeff Beck/Santana style
05 - To Make Some Music [Studio Mix - no vocals]
06 - In My Lonely Feeling/Conversations [Studio Mix - no vocals]
07 - unknown instrumental
08 - Can You Hear Me?
09 - Kohoutek [Studio Mix - Differs from Released Version]
10 - Unknown Agressive Fusion Track [Schon lights it up]
11 - To Make Some Music [no vocals, Alt Version to track #5]
12 - Unknown Fusion Track
13 - Charge of the Light Brigade? [Alt Version -Faster Tempo]
14 - Concert Cut 1/1/73 Your Little Girl (Neal Schon/Gregg Rollie - Birthday)
15 - Concert Cut 1/1/73 Voodoo Chile (Neal Schon/Gregg Rollie - Birthday)
16 - Concert Cut 1/1/73 Tonight (Neal Schon/Gregg Rollie - Birthday)

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Monday, December 21, 2015

Chicken Legs Featuring Members Of Little Feat & Catfish Hodge Band - Warner Theater - Washington DC - November 18th 1980 - Wava FM - Flac)




Catfish Hodge has been called an "American folk blues hero" and has been a mainstay on the American Blues music scene for three decades now! He has twenty four albums to his credit, comprised almost totally of original material. "Catfish Blues" and "Like A Big Dog Barkin’" on the Wildcat label, and "Eyewitness Blues" on Genes CD were released in 1994 and 1995. While growing up in Detroit, Hodge was sneaking into Motown Records Hitsville studio to catch the Four tops and the Supremes and grooving to R&B and Blues . He became a regular opener for Bonnie Raitt and Little Feat, who also started showing up on his recordings. When he formed the Chicken Legs Band in 1981, he was joined by Little Feat’s Paul Barrere, Richie Hayward, Kenny Gradney and Sam Clayton.

Catfish Hodge 
Paul Barrere 
Kenny Gradney
Sam Clayton 
Richie Hayward 
Mitch Collins 
Dixie C. Balin 
Pete Ragusa (On Old Folks Boogie) 
Jimmy Thackery (On Elmo's Blues)




Chicken Legs
01 - Holiday
02 - Down Over The Border
03 - I Got That Record Executive Blues Again
04 - Drown In A Sea Of Love
05 - Old Folks Boogie*
06 - I Got a Mess of the Blues
07 - A Apolitical Blues >
08 - Boogie Man Blues >
09 - A Apolitical Blues
10 - Talking
11 - High Roller
12 - Stay All Night
13 - Pump It Up
14 - Band Intros
15 - Elmo's Blues#
16 - Down On The Farm
Nighthawks (Opener)
17 - Pretty Girls and Cadillacs
18 - Little Sister
19 - Tripe Face Boogie

Harvey Mandel & Friends - Get Off In Chicago - 1974 - (Psychedelic Blues - Vinyl Rip - Flac


While Mike Bloomfield & Al Kooper recorded in their adopted home of California, using their new rock-star friends to assist on their two "Super-Session" recordings, Mandel came home to Chicago, assembled the most worthy players from Chicago's jazz, rock & blues scenes, & jammed for two days.: An "Underground-Super-Session", if you will.
Vinyl rip & scans by myself from the vinyl collection of my friend Cipcal ...
Enjoy !!!

Tracklist
01 Check Me Out 3:46
02 Local Days 3:34
03 Highway Blues 3:09
04 Sweet Lynda3:065High-Test Fish Line 5:19
06 I'm a Lonely Man 6:26
07 Race Track Daddy 5:52
08 Springfield Station Theme 6:28
09 Jellyroll 3:52

Credits
Peter Milio - Drums
Craig Rasband - Bass
G.E. Stinson - Guitar
Nick Tountas - Bass
Norman Wagner - Guitar
Bob Davis - Drums
Judy Roberts - Keyboards, Vocals
John Bishop - Guitar
Don Cody - Bass
Dave Cooke - Keyboards
Freddie Fox - Vocals
Vicki Hubley - Vocals
Phil Johnson - Drums
Rusty Jones - Drums
Ira Kart - Keyboards
Kenneth Little - Bass, Vocals
Harvey Mandel - Guitar


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Sunday, November 29, 2015

David Crosby & Friends - The Perro Sessions 1971 - Part 04 - 2 Cds (Flac)



Personnel
David Crosby – guitar, vocals
Graham Nash – guitar, vocals
Paul Kantner – guitar, banjo, vocals
Grace Slick – piano, vocals
Jorma Kaukonen – lead guitar
Jack Casady – bass
Jerry Garcia – guitar, vocals
Phil Lesh – bass
Bill Kreutzmann – drums
Mickey Hart – percussion
David Freiberg – viola, vocals


Cd 01 New  Link
Cd 02

David Crosby & Friends - The Perro Sessions 1971 - Part 03 - 1 Cd (Flac)



Personnel
David Crosby – guitar, vocals
Graham Nash – guitar, vocals
Paul Kantner – guitar, banjo, vocals
Grace Slick – piano, vocals
Jorma Kaukonen – lead guitar
Jack Casady – bass
Jerry Garcia – guitar, vocals
Phil Lesh – bass
Bill Kreutzmann – drums
Mickey Hart – percussion
David Freiberg – viola, vocals


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Friday, November 27, 2015

David Crosby & Friends - The Perro Sessions 1971 - Part 02 - 2 Cds (Flac)



The Planet Earth Rock and Roll Orchestra is a nickname given to artists who recorded together in the early 1970s. They were predominantly members of Jefferson Airplane, The Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service, and Crosby, Stills and Nash. Their first album together was Blows Against the Empire, when they were known as Jefferson Starship. The name changed to Planet Earth Rock and Roll Orchestra for the next album, David Crosby's If I Could Only Remember My Name. During the sessions for Crosby's album at Wally Heider Studios, the musicians of each band were invited to the sessions and rehearsed hours of material, and everything was recorded. Material played during these recorded sessions in 1971 was used for Crosby's album (the "PERRO Chorus" is credited on the song, "What Are Their Names") and several other solo albums after Crosby's (see discography). The name Jefferson Starship was later used for Paul Kantner and Grace Slick's new band formed in 1974. Paul Kantner recorded a solo album in 1983 as a tribute to this time, Planet Earth Rock and Roll Orchestra.

Personnel
David Crosby – guitar, vocals
Graham Nash – guitar, vocals
Paul Kantner – guitar, banjo, vocals
Grace Slick – piano, vocals
Jorma Kaukonen – lead guitar
Jack Casady – bass
Jerry Garcia – guitar, vocals
Phil Lesh – bass
Bill Kreutzmann – drums
Mickey Hart – percussion
David Freiberg – viola, vocals


Cd 01
Cd 02

David Crosby & Friends - The Perro Sessions 1971 - Part 01 - 4Cd (Flac)



The Planet Earth Rock and Roll Orchestra is a nickname given to artists who recorded together in the early 1970s. They were predominantly members of Jefferson Airplane, The Grateful Dead, Quicksilver Messenger Service, and Crosby, Stills and Nash. Their first album together was Blows Against the Empire, when they were known as Jefferson Starship. The name changed to Planet Earth Rock and Roll Orchestra for the next album, David Crosby's If I Could Only Remember My Name. During the sessions for Crosby's album at Wally Heider Studios, the musicians of each band were invited to the sessions and rehearsed hours of material, and everything was recorded. Material played during these recorded sessions in 1971 was used for Crosby's album (the "PERRO Chorus" is credited on the song, "What Are Their Names") and several other solo albums after Crosby's (see discography). The name Jefferson Starship was later used for Paul Kantner and Grace Slick's new band formed in 1974. Paul Kantner recorded a solo album in 1983 as a tribute to this time, Planet Earth Rock and Roll Orchestra.

Personnel
David Crosby – guitar, vocals
Graham Nash – guitar, vocals
Paul Kantner – guitar, banjo, vocals
Grace Slick – piano, vocals
Jorma Kaukonen – lead guitar
Jack Casady – bass
Jerry Garcia – guitar, vocals
Phil Lesh – bass
Bill Kreutzmann – drums
Mickey Hart – percussion
David Freiberg – viola, vocals

PERRO Discography
1970 Blows Against the Empire by Paul Kantner and Jefferson Starship
1971 If I Could Only Remember My Name by David Crosby
                Songs for Beginners by Graham Nash
                Sunfighter by Paul Kantner and Grace Slick
1972 Graham Nash David Crosby by Graham Nash and David Crosby
                Rolling Thunder by Mickey Hart
1973 Baron von Tollbooth & the Chrome Nun by  Kantner,  Slick, and  Freiberg
1983 Planet Earth Rock and Roll Orchestra by Paul Kantner


Thursday, November 5, 2015

Billy TK - Move On Up - The Unreleased 1972 HMV Tapes (1972 great new zealand psych rock - 2009 edition - Ape)


2009 Edition of 1972-1975-1980 Tapes

After three years and three albums delivering electrifying riffs as part of cult progrock trio Human Instinct, Billy T.K was ready to explore more melodic themes. Powerhouse experimented with Latin-tinged blues and funk rhythms with lush layers of vocal harmonies, brass and percussion all woven together with Billy's relentless but unmistakeable riffs and extended solos. Like so much of New Zealand's early recorded history it was feared the debut album from Billy T.K & Powerhouse had been lost forever, or worse taped over, leaving little recorded evidence of this influential guitar-driven rhythmic big band.This CD compilation of the lost Move On Up album recorded at EMI studios in 1972, with selections form the live concert at Wellington's St James Theatre in 1975 and a single recorded with session musicians in Hollywood in 1980, delivers a solid overview of post-Human Instinct Billy T.K. for the first time. 

01. Bottle Of Red Wine
02. Move On Up (Pts. 1 & 2)
03. Hum Along And Dance
04. Into The Mystic
05. Marbles
06. Guajira
07. Goodbye Post Office Tower Goodbye
08. Southern Man
09. Dance With The Spirit 
10. Rhythm Of Your Love 
11. Heaven's Melody (Live) 
12. Beyond The Material Sky (Live) 
13. Race Into The infinite (Live) 



Billy T.K : Lead Guitar, Vocals
John Bilderbeck : Guitar
Steve Webb : Drums
Gav Collinge : Bass
Ara Mete : Rhythm Guitar
Jamie Tait-Jamieson : Keyboards, Saxophone
Arnold Tihema : Congas & Lead Vocals
Mahia Blackmore : Vocals & Percussions
Dick White : Saxophone

Billy TK - Race Into The Infinite (2004 great new zealand rock, blues & other various styles - Wave)


01. Moon Song
02. The Prayer
03. Love, Love, Love
04. Mama Funk
05. Nau Mai
06. Dreamtime
07. Rainbow Warrior
08. Rainbow Dreams
09. Moon Song ll
10. Prisoner
11. Friends



Billy T K has been wooing NZ audiences since the 60s with bands such as The Sinners, Human Instinct & Powerhouse.
1996 saw him on stage in Auckland playing with Carlos Santana. 2002 he was a headliner at WOMAD. These days he performs regular gigs around NZ with such artists as Billy T K Junior and Emma Paki.
2004 saw the release of his first CD of collected works spanning 30 years and includes Powerhouse tracks with Tony Littlejohn and Mahia Blackmore, studio tracks from the 80s & 90s and a track from movie about Indian mystics which Billy laid down some music for.
His music still reflects his early influences of Hendrix, Santana & McLaughlin and every time he plays the young people are gobsmacked and the oldies relive the past.



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Billy T.K.'s Powerhouse - Life Beyond The Material Sky (1975 new zealand psychedelic rock with great guitars - vinyl rip - flac)


From the vinyl collection of my friend Cipcal , many thanks to him ...
Billy Te Kahika (Billy T K) left Human Instinct after their 1972 tour of Australia and shortly after began recruiting for his own unit to play more fluid, rhythmic music. He convinced former Blackfeather drummer Steve Webb to come out from Australia and along second guitarist John Bilderbeck from Wanganui and Gav Collinge on bass created Powerhouse.
Initially the band worked in Wellington where at Ali Baba’s and Lucifer’s nightclubs then with only Collinge remaining from the original line-up a new unit was pulled together back in Palmerston North where Billy and promoter Murray Taylor started their own nightclub called the Boulevarde.
The new Powerhouse featured Billy on guitar, Gav on bass, Ara Mete on rhythm guitar, Jamie Tait-Jamieson on keyboards, Bud Hooper (later Neal Storey [Dragon] and Peter Kellington) on drums, Arnold Tihema on congas and lead vocals and Mahia Blackmore on vocals and percussion. Powerhouse remained in that residency about 18 months playing their own brand of contemporary South Pacific rhythms with strong Santana influences.



Tracks :
01 Heaven's Melody (12:54)
02 Beyond The Material Sky (5:49)
03 Guru Deva (9:03)
04 Race Into The Infinite (10:37)
05 Secret Of Life (11:49)
06 City Of Things (3:57)
07 Love Love (13:17)
08 Funky Trucking (5:26)



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Travis Wammack – Travis Wammack & Not For Sale (1972-1976 Southern rock from Tennessee - Vinyl rip - flac)



A guitarist, singer, and young instrumental genius from Memphis who cut his first record at the tender age of twelve, Travis Wammack is one of the great unheralded guitarists of rock & roll. A contemporary of Lonnie Mack, Wammack was simply the fastest guitar player in a town bursting at the seams with great guitarists. By the time he was 17, he appeared on the national charts with "Scratchy," a speed-burner instrumental featuring incredible distortion and dazzling technique. Several incredible singles followed, but none charted. By the late '60s, Wammack had moved into session work at the FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL, playing on countless hits. He continues recording and touring to the present day (recently working as musical director for Little Richard), his hot and speedy guitar chops intact. ~ Cub Koda, All Music Guide



1972 - Travis Wammack

Tracklist
01- So Good  
02- How Can I Tell You  
03- Put On Your Shoes And Walk  
04- You Better Move On  
05- Funk #49  
06- You Are My Sunshine  
07- Whatever Turns You On  
08- Darling You're All That I Had  
09- Slip Away  
10- I Don't Really Want You

Guitars : Travis Wammack, Ken Bell, Jerry Bridges
Bass: Bob Wray, Jesse Boyce, Jerry Bridges
Drums : Fred Prouty, Tarp Tarrant, Don Cartee
Keyboards : Clayton Ivey, Tim Hensen, James H.Brown Jr.
Steel Guitar : Leo LaBlanc
Baritone Sax : Ronnie Eades
Tenor Sax : Harvey Thompson
Trumpet : Ben Cauley, Harrison Calloway Jr.
Background Vocals : George Soule, Ronnie Eades  

1976 - Not For Sale

Tracklist
01- Cookin´On The Front Burner  
02- A Lover´s Wuestion  
03- Shotgun Woman  
04- I Forgot To Remember To Forget  
05- Looking For A Fox  
06- Xou´ve Got Your Troubles  
07- (Sho-Do-Pa -Poo-Poop) Love Being Your Foll  
08- Easy Evil  
09- Love Rustler  
10- Greenwood, Mississippi 

Guitar, Percussion, Harmonica, Backing Vocals – Travis Wammack
Guitar – Pete Carr
Guitar, Backing Vocals – Leon Sherrill
Bass – Joe Hamilton, Lenny LeBlanc
Drums – Roger Clark
Drums, Percussion – Don Carter, Jimmy Evans
Keyboards – Barry Becker, Randy McCormick, Ronnie Oldham
Horn – Stacy Goss
Percussion, Backing Vocals – Rick Hall
Producer – Rick Hall

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Tear Gas - Tear Gas (1971 outstanding uk hard rock - Flac)


Originally known as Mustard. Their first vocalist Andy Mulvey had previously been with The Poets. However, he was soon replaced by David Batchelor and around the same time Gilson Lavis (their original drummer, who later played with Squeeze) was replaced by Richard Monro from Ritchie Blackmore's Mandrake Root. This line-up recorded Piggy Go Getter, which made little impact. In 1970 Hugh McKenna took over Batchelor's vocal role and Ted McKenna (ex-Dream Police) relieved Monro on drums. They recorded a second album and tried to establish themselves on the underground scene but were going nowhere with their brand of tired boogie heavy rock, until they teamed up with Alex Harvey in August 1972 to become The Sensational Alex Harvey Band. This 1st album is a real MUST for those who like UK hardrock from the early 70s.



Tracks List :
01. That's What's Real
02. Love Story
03. Lay It On Me
04. Woman For Sale
05. I'm Glad
06. Where Is My Answer
07. Jailhouse Rock-All Shook Up
08. The First Time
09. The Temptation Of St. Anthony (Live)


Credits
Davey Batchelor - Vocals, Guitar
Zal Cleminson - Lead Guitar
Chris Glen - Bass
Eddie McKenna - Drums
Ted McKenna - Drums on Temptation
Hugh McKenna - Keyboards on Temptation
Alex Harvey - Vocals on Temptation

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Moloch - Moloch (1970 us hard rock with great fuzzy guitars - flac)


Formed in Memphis in 1968 by Baker, who'd fronted local faves The Blazers, the initial line-up evolved to include drummer Durham, who'd been with The Group and The Rapscallions. Produced, written and arranged by Don Nix (ex-Mar-Keys and Paris Pilot) in Memphis, Moloch is an excellent blues rock album with some sound effects, noises and superb acid guitar solos by Lee Baker. Their single was recorded after the album with a later line-up and is extremely rare.
The genius of Lee Baker 
Lee Baker is the greatest guitarist you have never heard of. Here is your chance. Listen to Baker alternate between fuzzy,funk blues riffing,slippery slide and stinging leads. Beale Street summer of love. Moloch is a collection of notorious Memphis musicians. Blues filtered through blotter acid. The original version of "Going Down" is here. Yes, the very same song Jeff Beck/Freddie King etc covered.Before you smugly ask,yes,Baker is the equal to Beck. He's that good. Ask Jim Dickinson. Ask Alex Chilton. Smell the psycho daisies and grab this disc. (By McCarthy Salisbury)


Tracklist
01 Helping Hand 
02 Maverick Woman Blues 
03 Outta Hand 
04 Same Old Blues 
05 Going Down 
06 She Looks Like an Angel 
07 Gone Too Long 
08 Dance Chaney Dance 
09 Mona 
10 People Keep Talking 
11 I Can Think the Same of You 
12 Night at the Possum 

Credits
Lee Baker - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Gene Wilkins - Lead Vocals
Phillip Durham - Drums Vocals 
Fred Nicholson - Organ
Steve Spear - Bass