Monday, May 29, 2017

Free Will - Live At Jabberwocky 1970 (Great us hard rock - flac)


Great Free Will stuff for all the fans of Mark Doyle & Joe Whiting . Enjoy this great Rock album ! 



Monday, May 15, 2017

Catfish Hodge - Boogieman Gonna Get Ya (1973 great us detroit boogie blues & rock - Flac)


01.Different Strokes 3:47
02.Ghetto 3:12
03.Hungry Love 6:54
04.I Want You (She’s So Heavy) 5:28
05.I’ll Be Gone 5:42
06.Stop 2:42
07.I’m The Man 3:28
08.Boogie Man 9:44

"Hodge possesses a voice that can be heard miles away but can get so low and ethereal you’ll swear he’s singing through you. Few can compare with this man’s power and effect!" (Rolling Stone Magazine)




Catfish Hodge- Vocals
Dallas Hodge- Guitar
Shakey Al Werneken- Guitar
Bob Babitch- Piano
William H.Laudless-Bass
Pat Freer- Drums
Jerry Paul- Percussion

Terry & The Pirates - Record Plant - Sausalito, CA - Ksan FM - 1973-06-24




Setlist:
01. Instumental - Intro Tom Donahue 1:55
02. Fifth Of Bliss 6:09
03. Ready For The Country 4:05
04. Angie 5:55
05. Truer Than Blue 6:12
06. Inlaws And Outlaws 6:09
07. Walking The Plank 4:14
08. Tom Donahue's Band Introduction 0:42
09. Rave On 3:36
10. Nothing To Lose 4:37
11. Purple And Blonde 5:36
12. Rainbow 3:59
13. Queen Of Thieves > Tom Donahue Outro 5:56

Total Time: 59:05

Terry Dolan - Guitars & Vocals
Greg Douglass - Guitars
John Cipollina - Guitars, Electric 12-String on 7
Hutch Hutchinson - Bass
David Weber - Drums

Great FM concert by Terry & The Pirates ...In 1973 Terry Dolan was backed by Greg Douglass on Guitar and a part of Copperhead with Hutch Hutchinson on Bass ...David Weber on Drums ....And Of course the "Master" himself on Guitar ...Mr John Cipollina !!!
Enjoy !!!

The Gravenites Cipollina Band - Monkey Medecine (1982 Great US Blues Rock - Cd Reissue - Flac)



John Cipollina (Quicksilver Messenger Service) and Nick Gravenites (Electric Flag) join forces on this release of blues and rock. Recorded in 1982, this reissue features the bonus tracks "Born In Chicago" and "Small Walk-In Box."
The music of the Gravenites-Cippolina Band was unlike any other. It can't be compared to Quicksilver Messenger Service...which band was the apple and which the orange?
The Gravenites-Cipollina Band created unique blues rock. It picks up where Mike Bloomfield left off.This is a very rare release of what the band was doing at the time...at their best.(By traveling wilbury)



Tracklist
01- Blues in the Bottle (4:03)
02- Six Weeks in Reno (4:29)
03- I'll Pull the Trigger (3:32)
04- Trust Me (3:48)
05- Buried Alive in the Blues (5:13)
06- Born in Chicago (4:12)
07- Bad Luck Baby (7:31)
08- Signs of Life (3:49)
09- Pride of Man (3:51)
10- Hot Rods and Cool Women (3:34)
11- Small Walk-In Box (7:47)

Personnel: 
John Cipollina - Guitar
Nick Gravenites - Guitar, Vocals
Al Staehely - Bass, Vocals
Marcus David - Drums

Here

Copperhead With John Cipollina - Hollywood Palladium LA - 1972-04-28 (Flac)



01- Kibitzer
02- Highway #9 (aka Back Roads)
03- Spin Spin
04- Wang Dang Do
05- Rider
06- Cobra
07- Drunken Irish Setter
08- Instrumental
09- Bigelow 6-9000
10- Roller Derby Star

John Cipollina - Lead Guitar
Jim McPherson - Vocals, Piano
Gary Philippet - Vocals, Guitar
David Weber - Drums
Hutch Hutchinson - Vocals, Bass

Excellent and rare concert of Copperhead ...
Enjoy !!!

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The Sheiks With John Cipollina - My Father's Place - Roslyn - NY - August 07 1977 (Flac)


Summer of 1977. I'd quit working as roadie/soundman/fill-in drummer for local NY band The Sheiks. I decided it was time to be in my own band. Anyway, we heard that the night club, My Father's Place, somehow got in touch with John Cipollina and convinced him to come to NY and play with a couple of local bands, especially the Shieks. He came in mid week and made it in time for the later part of the evening at another of the clubs they usually played called Arthurs in Massapequa, NY. It was great to see John playing with my old friends in a local bar. As we didn't see john in NY too often then, we had no idea that he normally played with everyone all the time back in S.F. They rehearsed the next night and afterwards the Sheiks took John to see local blues legend, Little Buster. I understand he did sit in but nothing was recorded. The next 2 nights, the Sheiks along with John, played at the most popular local club in the area, the Right Track Inn in Freeport, NY. After the 2nd night, I took John back to his hotel where we stayed up all night talking about the heyday of the bay area and listening to tapes he'd brought with him. About 5 am, a knock at the door surprised me. It was Link Wray, who was staying in the next room and who would be opening the following night's show at My Father's Place. As the Sheiks normally played sunday nights at the Right Track, my new band ended up taking their place meaning I could not attend the show at My Father's Place. I was able to get another friend of the Sheiks to record the show. Unfortunately, he either wasn't prepared or didn't know who Link Wray was so that set, which included John guesting from what I heard later, was not taped. So, here's the complete Sheiks and John show that's gone around for many years in an incomplete form and with some incorrect information. Another result of this meeting was Sheik's guitarist Don Gaynor's decision to leave and do a solo lp. He ended up moving to S.F. and eventually played in the Heart of Gold Band with the Grateful Dead's Keith and Donna Godchaux.
Enjoy !!! (Dave Tamarkin)
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Jack Bruce & Friends - (Larry Coryell - Mitch Mitchell - Mike Mandel) - Fillmore East NYC - January 31 1970






Great performance by one of the first "Supergroup"
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