samedi 11 août 2018

Pacific Gas And Electric - Starring Charlie Allen (1973 us soul & funk rock - vinyl rip)


The last album of PG&E in 1973, it's more a solo album by Charlie Allen which is in fact the only original member of the group, and is accompanied by many studio musicians. The album moves away from the rock to sound more funk & soul, an area where Charlie Allen's voice is perfect ...

Credits
Charlie Allen : Lead Vocals
Jerry Friedman - Cornell Dupree - Bob Mann - Robert Mann : Guitar
Charlie Brown : Dobro, Guitar
Gordon Edwards - Wilton Felder : Bass
Ernie Hayes : Keyboards, Piano, Piano (Electric)
John Hill : Clavinet, Drums (Steel), Guitar, Handclapping, Keyboards
Jon Stroll : Clavinet, Piano
Allan Schwartzberg : Drums
Phil Bodner - Michael Brecker - Joe Grimm - Arthur Kaplan - Seldon Powell - George Young : Saxophone
Burt Collins - Al DeRisi - Mickey Gravine - Lew Soloff : Brass, Horn
Jim Maden : Tambourine, Vocals
Jimmy Maeulen : Bells, Congas, Shakuhachi, Tabla
Joshie Armstead - J.R. Bailey - Gloria Barley - Shirley Brewer - John Brown - Lou Courtney - Bill Foster - Charlotte Gilbert - Lani Groves - Carl Hall - Delores Harvin - Melvin Kent - Troy Keyes - Sherman Lewis - Jon Lucas - Ron Marshall - Barbara Massey - Ray Pollard - Albertine Robinson - Ray Rollard - Jim Ryan - Manny Seymour - Tasha Thomas - Sammy Turner - Ken Williams : Vocals
Tracklist:
01. Gumbo Jones (Allen, Hill, Michlin) 4:43
02. Roll Georgia (Allen, Hill, Michlin) 5:16
03. Somebody You Love (Dino, Sembello) 2:49
04. Hold On (Allen, Hill, Michlin) 2:59
05. Dancin' in the Fire (Allen, Hill, Michlin) 4:49
06. Good Gospel Music (Allen, Hill, Michlin) 5:44
07. Hear the Trumpets Calling (Allen, Hill) 2:46
08. Some Kind of Feelin' (Allen, Hill, Michlin) 4:43
09. I Got a Thing About You, Baby (White) 2:37
10. Sunshine Embrace (Allen) 2:53
11. Niggers in the Woods (Allen, Hill, Michlin) 2:03

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Steve Miller Blues Band - (The Matrix - San Francisco - Soundboard - 1967-01-27 - Flac)


The sound quality of this show is extremely good, is it a real stereo, with the vocals parts recorded only on one of the 2 channels, so in the instrumental parts the volume of one channel is it a little bit lower, but i did
not touch the balance of the 2 channels, i left it like the original recording was.....
1st generation reel to reel > behringer ultra curve pro deq 2496 equalizer > tascam cdrw750 > plex tool professional XL > wav > flac.
I finally located this reel to reel that i got in trade 25 years ago from a guy that copied his master reel for me....no doubts that this is an excellent complete
sounboard recording, and probably is taken from a radio broadcast, but i don't know which is the original source....may be we should ask Dave (davmar), those are the kind of shows he may be had recorded...this is a must for a steve miller fan.... (By tillywilly)



Tracklist
Disc 01
01 - Worried About My Baby Too Much
02 - Mercury Blues
03 - Think
04 - Junior Saw It Happen
05 - Superbird
06 - Instrumental
07 - Instrumental
Disc 02
08 - Your Old Lady
09 - Going Down To Mexico
10 - Lovin' Wheel
11 - Instrumental Jam

Credits
Steve Miller Guitar, Vocals
Lonnie Turner Bass, Guitar
Tim Davis Drums, Vocals
James "Curly" Cooke Guitar 

James Curly Cooke -- whose middle name is sometimes spelled "Curley" and who is also often referred to as Curly Cooke -- is a great guitar player who's never quite gotten his due, despite very well-known professional collaborations with Steve Miller, Jerry Garcia, Boz Scaggs, and Ben Sidran. Cooke was part of the original Steve Miller Band, and was in the lineup that backed Chuck Berry at the Fillmore West and played at the Monterey Pop Festival. He was later replaced in Miller's group by the leader's boyhood friend Boz Scaggs, and subsequently played with Scaggs as well as returning to work with Miller on Fly Like an Eagle and other 1970s projects. He also appeared with Mother Earth on Make a Joyful Noise (1969), and worked with Garcia and Howard Wales on the Hooteroll? album in 1971. During the 1970s, he was most visible on albums by Scaggs and Sidran.

lundi 21 mai 2018

Wicked Minds - Live At Burg Herzberg Festival 2006





Tracklist
1. From the purple skies
2. Witchflower
3. The elephant stone
4. Drifting
5. Before the morning light
6. Through my love
7. Return to Uranus
8. Shadows train

Musicians
- J.C. Cinel / lead vocals
- Lucio Calegari / electric guitar and backing vocals
- Paolo 'Apollo' Negri / Hammond organ
- Enrico Garilli / deep bass
- Riccardo Lovotti / drums



Wicked Minds are an Italian band from Piacenza that started in 1987 as a trash metal band and only in 2000 (after keyboardist Paolo "Apollo" Negri joined with his Hammond) found a "new dimension", more hard-progressive oriented, releasing two very interesting studio works ("From The Purple Skies" in 2004 and "Witchflower" in 2006). This live album captures them performing live in July 2006 at Burg Herzberg Festival, in Germany, and features eight tracks oozing love for vintage seventies sounds.The album is well recorded and all the members of the band display a great musicianship. Although the music draws heavily on classic hard rock (Uriah Heep and Deep Purple above all), Wicked Minds never play by rote and they always try to add something different to their sound, combining their "sources of inspiration" with their own tastes. The song-writing is definitively good and they succeed in avoiding plagiarism: the delicate ballad "Drifting" and the final "Shadows Train" in my opinion are outstanding songs that would perfectly fit the tastes of every hard rock fan, but all the album flows away without really weak moments. You can find here more than seventy minutes full of enthusiasm and energy... If you love bands like Deep Purple, Whitesnake, Wishbone Ash, give a try to this work: I'm sure that you won't be disappointed!

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jeudi 4 janvier 2018

Jim McCarty & Mystery Train - Live In Auburn Hills . MI .March 21 & 22 2008 (Flac)



Repost by request 
Great concert by Jim McCarty & his band Mystery Train , including his son Dylan McCarty on drums ....
Enjoy !!!





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vendredi 15 décembre 2017

vendredi 8 décembre 2017

Dog Soldier - Dog Soldier (1975 Great Uk Hard Rock With Keef Hartley & Miller Anderson - flac)


Drummer Keef Hartley and principal writer Miller Anderson had previous history in the great melting pot of British music's golden era, 1965-75, coming up through the blues boom through various line ups of the Keef Hartley band and this album in many ways represents a last attempt to crack the mainstream. The story did not have a happy ending and the band subsequently fell apart in disarray, but the album they left behind is an invigorating and fresh example of the state of rock music in 1975.
On first hearing the two lead tracks (released simultaneously on a single) certainly indicate British blues rock at it's finest, but as the album progresses it is clear that there are many more elements at work beneath the surface, making this a cliche free collection with much variety and strength. One could realistically have expected to hear this on John Peel, Alan Freeman and Bob Harris' shows simultaneously way back then. At times it is somewhat redolent of that other great unsung British band Patto, and also Paul Kossoff's solo work, at others an American west coast influence on the vocal harmonies can clearly be detected (this reportedly more at the the behest of the record company who were looking for a return on their considerable investment), and somehow this conflict actually benefits the album greatly giving it a bright disposition alongside somewhat darker and earthier guitar riffing. The closing tune, `Looks Like Rain', also gets a wonderful double take on this new edition on Esoteric with the inclusion of a bonus 15 minute early version which is every bit as good if not better than the album version.
The eight tracks on the original LP belong together as a coherent and accomplished whole, all are FM friendly and accessible yet `heavy' at the same time. The musicianship and vocals are first class, and as an example of the kind of music which people just do not make any more, this is perfect. If the sound of 1975 was British based, American-tinged rock, suitable for all manner of airplay outside the chart stations then this is pretty much it in a nutshell.(By Steve Dinsdale)



Tracks List
01. Pillar To Post    
02. Several People    
03. You Are My Spark    
04. Long & Lonely Night    
05. Giving As Good As You Get    
06. Thieves & Robbers    
07. Stranger In My Own Time    
08. Looks Like Rain    
09. Looks Like Rain (First Version - Bonus)

Miller Anderson - guitar, vocals
Derek Griffiths - guitar, vocals
Mel Simpson - keyboards, vocals
Paul Bliss - bass, vocals
Keef Hartley - drums
Eric Dillon - drums
Jim Leverton - bass 

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Keef Hartley Band - Overdog (1970 great uk brass blues rock - flac)


Tracklist
01. You Can Choose
02. Plain Talkin'
03. Theme Song / Enroute / Theme Song Reprise
04. Overdog
05. Roundabout
06. Imitations From Home
07. We Are All The Same
08. Roundabout Part 1
09. Roundabout Part 2


Credits
Keef Hartley - Drums & Percussion
Miller Anderson - Guitar & Vocals
Gary Thain - Bass Guitar
Mike Weaver - Keyboards
Dave Caswell - Trumpet & Flugelhorn
Lyle Jenkins - Tenor Sax & Flute
Johnny Almond - Flute
Jon Hiseman - Drums & Percussion
Peter Dines - Keyboards
Ingrid Thomas, Joan Knighton, Valerie Charrington - Backing Vocals

It's a nice disc. Kind of a looser version of Chicago. Less pretty vocals, but nice and lots of rock guitar licks and horns for a jazz/rock/blues fusion feel. This release is Keef Hartleys most Rock and Roll sounding as compared to the bluesey previous material. I feel that every song, including the bonus tracks is a keeper. Is it comparable to Magical Mystery Tour, No but its a fine peice of 1970 music that I'm pleased to own. Of all the Hartleys I own I must say this is overall the best.(Mark E. Hyken)

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dimanche 3 décembre 2017

Jim McCarty & friends (Jam Night - Rusty Nail - Clinton Township, MI - 2010-10-03 - Flac)


Disc One
01. She Winked Her Eye [6:02]
02. Come Back To Me [7:49]
03. Big Mama Boogie [9:10]
04. Goin' Down [7:19]
05. Let It Rock [4:34]
06. Oh Well [6:56]

Disc Two
01. Shuffle In C [5:46]
02. Phone Booth [6:02]
03. Wee Baby Blues [8:10]
04. Made Up My Mind [4:09]
05. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl [9:26]
06. Politition [8:42]
07. I'm Tore Down [6:04]



Jim McCarty - guitar, vocals
Emmanuel Garza - guitar, vocals
Greasy Carlisi - bass
Billy Knight - bass
Big Al Grebovic - guitar, vocals
John Badanjek - drums, vocals

mardi 14 novembre 2017

Jim McCarty & The Hell Drivers - 2009-04-18 - Memphis Smoke- Royal Oak - Michigan (Flac)


The players:
Jim McCarty - guitar
Johnny Bee Badanjek - drums
Jim Edwards - vocals - harmonica
Marvin Conrad - bass
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cd 1
01-Rock You Up - (Romantics)
02-Gimme Some More - (See Dick Run)
03-No Pills - (Torpedos)
04-Respect - (Rationals)
05-Desire - (Rockets)
06-Turn Up The Radio - (Rockets)
07-Sunspot Baby - (Bob Seger)
08-I Wanna Be Your Dog - (Iggy-Stooges)
09-Money - (Smokey Robinson)
10-Lucille - (Little Richard/Rockets)
11-Jenny Take A Ride - (Mitch Ryder)
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cd 2
01-Detroit Music Awards Presentation
02-Rock 'N Roll - (Detroit & Mitch Ryder)
03-Taking It Back - (Rockets)
04-Thats What I Like About You - (Romantics)
05-Ramona - (Rockets)
06-Jumping Jack Flash - (Rolling Stones)
07-Oh Well - (Peter Green's Fleetwood mac)
08-Lust For Life - (Iggy)
09-Get Out Of Denver - (Bob Seger)
10-Gimmie Shelter - (Rolling Stones)
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dimanche 1 octobre 2017

Inmates - The Heat Of The Night (1998 Great UK Rock'n'roll - Flac)



01 Security (3:12)
02 She's Gone Rockin'(3:27)
03 A Thing Called Love (5:23)
04 Am I Still Your Man (4:14)
05 Precious Blue (4:05)
06 Caroline (3:13)
07 Let's Talk About Girls (2:25)
08 The Walk (2:58)
09 Find Another Fool (4:49)
10 Some Kinda Wonderful (7:11)
11 Breakdown (3:55)
12 Dead Red Roses (3:29)
13 Too Hot (3:38)
14 Dirty Water (3:32)
15 Sweet Nuthin's (5:58)

Some Great Rock'n'roll with the Inmates live in 1998 . 
The Inmates in their element- live and sweating R&B from every pore. With its storming mix of originals and covers this CD shows why the Inmates are the true heirs of the Stones. If you thought the Feelgood's "Stupidity" was good, try this!

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mercredi 23 août 2017

Root Boy Slim and the Sex Change Band - Warner Theater - Washington-D.C - 1978-03-07 - Flac


Root Boy Slim is hard to describe, maybe ''blues based mayhem'' is a start. He has been compared to Captain Beefheart and Dr. John. One thing for sure, he has a hardcore cult following.
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Setlist:
01 - Intro
02 - Elmo's Blues
03 - ?
04 - Root Intro > Mood Ring
05 - I Want It Now
06 - Too Sick To Reggae
07 - You Can't Quit My Club
08 - Country Love
09 - Used to Be a Radical, Pissed On The Pentagon
10 - Not Too Old For You
11 - In Jail In Jacksonville
12 - Boogie 'Til You Puke
13 - ?
14 - My Wig Fell Off

vendredi 11 août 2017

Someones Band - Someones Band (1970 uk great psych blues rock - flac)


This group got together via word of mouth and an advert in Melody Maker. They made a demo for Decca, who then sanctioned this album, which is now a monster rarity. Given that it was recorded in the course of a single night, it's a surprisingly polished and varied collection of progessive blues and soul. Also the influence of jazz, funk and African music is evident. Acoustic guitars meet wild electric guitar solos with a bluesy vocalist. One of my all-time favourites!! (Record Collector)

Musicians
Cecil James - Vocals, Percussions
Melvin Buckley - Guitar
John Coxen - Guitar
Terry Powney - Bass
Woody Martin - Drums, Percussions
Produced by Steve Stevenson

Tracklist
01.  Country ride • (Buckley)
02.  How it began • (James, Coxen)
03.  Blues for brother "E" • (James, Coxen)
04.  I wanna go where I belong • (James, Buckley)
05.  Hands of time • (Buckley)
06.  Alice • (Buckley)
07.  Give it to you • (James)
08.  Trouble is • (Buckley)
09.  A Story • (Buckley)
10.  Manhunt • (Martin) > Fiddlesticks • (James)


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dimanche 6 août 2017

Nick Gravenites - Bluestar (1980 Great Us Blues & Blues Rock - Flac)


01. Junkyard in Malibu (04:49)
02. Bye Bye (03:59)
03. I'm a Bluesman (03:43)
04. Dekalb Blues (03:07)
05. Blues Back Off (04:47)
06. Who's Out There (03:14)
07. Down in the Bottom (03:08)
08. I'm a Dancing Fool (02:49)
09. The Sister Song (03:38)
10. My Party (03:23)
11. Southside (02:54)
12. Nobody's Fault But Mine (03:58)
13. Rattlecan Man (07:00)
14. Hollywood Woman (08:27)


Nick Gravenites - Lead & Rhythm Guitar
Pete Sears - Bass, Piano, Organ
Joey Covington - Drums
Huey Lewis - Harmonica
Greg Douglas - Slide Guitar
Willy Toast - Rhythm Guitar, Slide Guitar
John Cipollina - Rhythm Guitar
Roger Troy - Bass, Vocals
Marla Hunt - Vocals
Diane Hursh - Vocals

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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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Eric Quincy Tate - 1972 Drinking Man's Friend - 1975 Eric Quincy Tate (Great US Southern Rock - Mp3 @320)


Eric Quincy Tate - Drinking Man's Friend - 1972

Tracklist
01- Brown Sugar 3:55
02- Things (I Think I'll Find) 6:55
03- Whiskey Woman Blues 5:23
04- Another Sunshine Son 2:59
05- Water to Wine 1:58
06- Can't Get Home from Your Party 3:20
07- Texas Sand 2:59
08- Suzie B. Dunn 4:54

Credits
Donnie McCormick - drums and lead vocals
Tommy Carlisle - guitars
David Cantonwine - bass
Joe Rogers - keyboards, harp and background vocals


Eric Quincy Tate - EQT - 1975

Tracklist
01- Honky Tonk Man 3:18
02- No Rollin' Boogie 4:40
03- Food, Phone, Gas And Lodging 2:40
04- Chatta Hoochee Coochee Man 2:25
05- Wide Open 3:55
06- Drivin' Wheel 6:15
07- Big Boss Jam 15:22

Credits
Donnie McCormick (Drums, Harmonica, Vocals)
Joseph Rogers (Harmonica, Keyboards)
David Cantonwine (Bass)
Tommy Carlisle (Dobro, Slide Guitar)
Wayne Sauls (Acoustic, Electric, Background Vocals)


Second and third album by EQT in Mp3 @320 (I don't have lossless version)

Eric Quincy Tate - Eric Quincy Tate (1971 us great southern rock - 2006 edition with bonus tracks - Flac)



Tracklist 
01. Stonehead Blues 
02. I Want 'Cha 
03. Try a Little Harder 
04. On the Loose 
05. Makes No Difference 
06. When I'm Gone 
07. Comin' Down 
08. Hooker House 
09. The Bream Are Still Biting in Ferriday 
10. Ain't It a Bummer 
11. License to Love 
12. Stonehead Blues - (previously unreleased, Bonus Track/Demo)
13. Comin' Down - (previously unreleased, Bonus Track/Demo)
14. Ain't It a Bummer - (previously unreleased, Bonus Track/Demo)
15. Gimme Some Lovin' - (previously unreleased, Bonus Track/Demo)
16. Blowin' the Clouds Away - (previously unreleased, Bonus Track/Alternate Version)
17. Get on the Road - (previously unreleased, Bonus Track)
18. I Don't Know Much - (previously unreleased, Bonus Track) 

Credits
Donnie McCormick - Lead Vocals - Drums
Tommy Carlisle - Guitar - Vocals
David Cantonwine - Bass
Joe Rogers - Keyboards - Vocals
The Memphis Horns - Brass
Duane Allman - Slide Guitar
The Dixie Flyers - Session Work  

  To boil it down into a couple sentences; if 70's R&B/blues is your thing, then this disc is a must have! At the very least, it can safely be labled as criminally forgotten.
  First of all, Eric Quincy Tate was not an individual but rather a blue-eyed R&B outfit playing the club circuit in Texas when they were discovered. This swampy concoction, there first and only studio effort, was recorded at the "Sounds of Memphis" studio in 1971. The cast of characters was absolutely stellar! Three legends share production credit; Tony Joe White, Jerry Wexler and Tom Dowd. The personnel roster boasted the Dixie Fliers(house band for the studio), overdubs by the Memphis Horns and a cameo appearance on slide by none other than Duane Allman. Only the drummer/vocalist and guitarist from the actual band were allowed to play on the LP; which gives the digitally remastered original tracks a tighter, more professional feel than the bonus tracks which feature the "real" band. The "demos" by the real band, which form the last part of the disc, have a looser, more naive and therefore sincere groove. The sound quality throughout is excellent.
  All in all, this disc easily qualifies as one of the best 70's releases that you never heard of. The song writing is superior and the instrumental attack is engaging throughout.I strongly recommend it. (By C. Pumarejo "Bunny Rabid")

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mercredi 2 août 2017

Mystery Train With Motor City Josh - Live At Brothouse - 1999-09-17 - Flac

By request ...
Great blues, with guitar dialogue between Jim "Les Paul" McCarty and Motor City "Telecaster" Josh . No tracks listing (Any help is welcome)

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