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  • Synanthesia - 1969 - Synanthesia (Acid Folk/Rock)
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  • Panos Savvopoulos - Epeisodio (1971- Folk/ Acid Folk)
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  • Norrbottens Järn (Sweden) - 1975 - Drömmarnas Värld
  • Shotgun - 1977 - Shotgun
  • Swans - Love of Life (1992)
  • Janis Joplin (Big Brother & The Holding company) - 1968 - Live at Winterland
  • The Prisoners - 1982 - A Taste Of Pink
  • Antietam - Comes Alive (1991)
  • Yankee Dollar - The Yankee Dollar (1968)
  • Brainticket - 1971 - Cottonwoodhill


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    Wednesday, 26 November 2008

    01. Boris And His 3 Verses, Including Flow Guides Aren't My Bag - 10:51
    02. Texas Armadillo - 1:51
    03. Almost 4, 6 Yea - 8:49
    04. To-Ta In The Moya - 10:56
    05. Three Tons of Fresh Thyroid - 10:21

    Brad Christoff
    : drums, percussion
    Phil Kimbrough: keyboards, mandolin, wind, vocals
    Mark Tippins: guitar, vocals
    Marc Miller: bass, cello, marimba, vibes, vocals
    Rick Rodenbaugh: vocals

    Beautiful record from the americans Yezda Urfa.
    Their music is between Gent ... Read more »

    Category: Prog/Classic rock/Blues | Views: 4353 | Added by: angelab23 | Date: 26 November 2008 | Rating: 0.0/0

    Tuesday, 28 October 2008

    X-Mal Deutschland - 1987 - Viva

    Viva was Xmal Deutschland's third album, released in 1987.
    "Matador" was produced by the Stranglers's Hugh Cornwell and was released as a single in the UK in 1986.

    Tracks :
    1 Matador (4:00)
    2 Eisengrau (2:57)
    3 Sickle Moon (3:36)
    4 If Only (4:11)
    5 Feuerwerk (31. Dez) (6:02)
    6 Illusion (Version) (4:06)
    7 Morning (Will There Really Be) (6:04)
    8 Manchmal (3:41)
    9 Polarlicht (3:17)
    10 Ozean (4:53)
    11 Dogma I (4:04)
    12 4 (2:56)

    Xmal Deutschland (pronounced: ixmal doytschland) was a musical group from Hamburg, Germany. Founded in 1980 as an all-girl band, they became successful outside their native country. Vocalist Anja Huwe was often compared to contemporaries like Siouxsie Sioux (Siouxsie & the Banshees).

    Bass - Wolfgang Ellerbrock
    Guitar - Manuela Rickers
    Drums - Peter Bellendir
    Keyboards - Fiona Sangster
    Vocal ... Read more »
    Category: Alternative/Punk | Views: 7620 | Added by: Opa-Loka | Date: 28 October 2008 | Rating: 4.9/7

    Monday, 27 October 2008

    In the summer of 1965, in a corner of Hampton Grammar School, Bill Richards (who had been a fleeting, early member of 1984 before it acquired its futuristic name), and his colleagues Jenny Hill (nee Rusbridge), Henry Deval and Terry Goulds, formed a folk-rock band called the Left-Handed Marriage, named after an archaic form of marrying beneath oneself. By January 1967, the quartet had progressed to the point where they had issued their own privately-pressed album, "On The Right Side Of The Left Handed Marriage", which ran to just fifty copies (and, incidentally, has since acquired cult status among collectors ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 6552 | Added by: RainyDaySponge | Date: 27 October 2008 | Rating: 4.0/2

    Saturday, 25 October 2008

    Zulema - 1976 - Suddenly There Was You
    (RCA Victor / APL1-1423)

    Tracks :
    1 All I Need Is You (5:22)
    2 Here's Where Love Begins (4:19)
    3 Suddenly There Was You (3:49)
    4 I Love You Baby (4:29)
    5 Remember (5:03)
    6 New Day Is Coming (3:20)
    7 Pity for the Children (3:16)
    8 Hungry for Your Love (3:23)
    9 Takes Time (3:37)

    ... Read more »
    Category: Soul/Funk/Ethnic | Views: 8277 | Added by: Lost-In-Tyme | Date: 25 October 2008 | Rating: 0.0/0

    Wednesday, 17 September 2008

    Dylan Ewing, based in Brooklyn, NY, recorded "Forever Brother" early 2008, in Oakland, CA. It is produced by Greg Ashley of Gris Gris (who also plays various instruments).
    Avant-country, psycho-americana, reminding Greg Ashley's and Dylan Ewing's previous efforts (Medicine Fuck Dream and 4192 respectively), and rather different than them at the same time, "Forever Brother" rides quietly through the valleys of dream-time cowboy tales.

    A concept not far away from the pre-Western of Caroliner (although musically not related at all with them), this album is a collection of haunted sounds, sometimes in the form of instrumental soundscapes, sometimes in more conventional song forms, but always searching under the surface of things.

    ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 4112 | Added by: RainyDaySponge | Date: 17 September 2008 | Rating: 5.0/6

    Tuesday, 16 September 2008

    LONDON - Richard Wright, a founding member of the rock group Pink Floyd, died Monday. He was 65.

    Pink Floyd's spokesman Doug Wright (who is not related to the artist), said Wright died after a battle with cancer at his home in Britain. He says the band member's family did not want to give more
    details about his death.

    Nothing more to say at this time. It is one of the cases that music speaks louder than words. And R.Wright made a lot of music...

    ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 2987 | Added by: Lost-In-Tyme | Date: 16 September 2008 | Rating: 0.0/0

    Saturday, 13 September 2008
    THE SUN BLINDNESS formed in late 2004 when singer/guitarist Tor Larsen met guitarist Duncan Eastey. Sharing a love and appreciation of psychedelic music and culture, they began to get together to play together and write songs informed primarily by the droning spacerock of 1980’s underground heroes Spacemen 3 a secret enthusiasm for The Doors, and a treasure trove of strange psychedelic compilations spanning from the 1960’s to the 1980’s.

    What resulted was ‘
    ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 3123 | Added by: Lost-In-Tyme | Date: 13 September 2008 | Rating: 3.5/4

    Friday, 12 September 2008

    Born in Athens, Greece, in 1940, Katerina Gogou expressed her existence through acting in greek films, writing dark poems of sincere dirt, a true declaration of her disavowal of the dominant submissive lifestyle of that age. Outside any kind of circles and public relations, she embodies an aspect of greek underground. Some of her already published poems are heard in her ex-husband’s movie "Paraggelia” [based on the true story of Nikos Koemtzis], which were released later under the title "Sto Dromo” [which means in the street / on the road or something like that]. In 1993 she killed herself with pills at the age of 53. I don’t know if these poems will mean anything to those non-speaking greek, however I think the music and her voice themselves are an encounter that’s worth a try – she gives me the chills.


    1. I zoi mas ine sougiades
    2. Thelo na kouventiaso
    3. Monaksia
    4. Kanis de tha glitosi
    5. Pai auto itan ... Read more »

    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 3246 | Added by: Roxanne | Date: 12 September 2008 | Rating: 5.0/3

    Wednesday, 10 September 2008

    Little is known about the British traditional folk quartet Vulcan's Hammer, other than that they were based in Kent and put out one album, True Hearts and Sound Bottoms, as a privately pressed release limited to 250 copies. Though it's pretty typical of the English traditional vocal folk group genre without bearing special hallmarks of distinction, it's accomplished within its style, with strong solid male-female vocal harmonies. The material is likewise traditional in nature, mixing a cappella passages with arrangements based around acoustic guitar and fiddle. [allmusic guide]

    "The Two Magicians" is compilation album of their unreleased studio session (1973) and live (1975).

    Phil: vocals, Morris bells, tambour, spoons, Morris dance;
    Kay: vocals, tambour, tambourine;
    Graham: vocals, 12-string guitar, Anglo concertina;
    Eddy: voc ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 4106 | Added by: Roxanne | Date: 10 September 2008 | Rating: 5.0/1

    Wednesday, 10 September 2008

    The Mystreated are one of the most regarded and well-traveled of the small wave of garage bands who were prevalent in England throughout the '80s and '90s. Beginning with what can best be described as a style that sounded like an inept Monkees, they soon progressed into snotty '60s punk with a strong Music Machine influence before mellowing their tone and embracing the folk-rock sounds of Love and the Byrds. During their final years, they maintained a distinctive feel of their own that had firm roots in the '60s but avoided overt plagiarism. Formed in the small Southeastern English seaport of Folkestone in 1989 from the remains of the Sheds (who featured future Kula Shaker member Jay Darlington), the newly named Mystreated were intent on turning their backs on the acid house and indie rock of the mainstream. Martin Ratcliffe (guitar/vocals ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 4520 | Added by: Lost-In-Tyme | Date: 10 September 2008 | Rating: 5.0/2

    Tuesday, 09 September 2008

    A world where windshield wipers fall in love and some people making a business out of licking lampshades may sound like something Ken Nordine imagined, but his 1967 album Twink was actually Nordine reading a little-known Beat Generation classic somebody else wrote. Robert Shure wrote the strange little poems, first published in 1957 by City Lights Books, the San Francisco publishing company operated by poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti. It was a tiny little book, three or four inches across, illustrated with whimsical black and white drawings by Ray Zimmerman. Nordine, whose own cult classic, Word Jazz, was also first released in 1957, stumbled across the tiny gem years later, but instantly recognized a kindred spirit.

    Two voices, one head, he said. I knew it was going to be perfect. He recorded the dialogue, talking to himself from opposite sides of the stereo spectrum, one voice recorded dry, the other drenched in ech ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 4934 | Added by: Lost-In-Tyme | Date: 09 September 2008 | Rating: 4.0/1

    Saturday, 06 September 2008

    Utopian Fields - 1990 - White Pigeon, You Clean...
    (COSLP 003)

    Tracks :
    A1 Pictures of Ages 10:27
    A2 Valley of Decision I 4:32
    A3 Change Within 11:00

    B1 Hazy & Puzzling 5:25
    B2 Fly on Days 12:16
    B3 Valley of Decision II & III 6:44

    Band members :
    G.W. Holtan : purcussion, drums
    Atle Bystrøm Olsen : guitars
    Tom Inge Andersen : bass
    Bård Tufte Johansen : vocals, voices
    Tor Øyvind Follegg : organ, piano, ect.
    Tor Odin Dahl : guitars

    The band existed between 1988 and 1991, and recorded three albums: Utopian Fields (1989), White pigeon, you clean... (1990) and A young mans dream and the future now (1991). The first two were released on vinyl on the recordlabel Colours, and the third never got to be released... The mastertape is still in the hands of the people behind the long gone recordcompan ... Read more »
    Category: Prog/Classic rock/Blues | Views: 3904 | Added by: Opa-Loka | Date: 06 September 2008 | Rating: 5.0/2

    Friday, 05 September 2008

    (us cover)

    Actually credited as 'Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come', anyone expecting to hear something along the lines of 'Fire' was probably disappointed by 1974's "Journey".  This time around the Brown and company opted for a surprisingly aggressive set that mixed progressive moves such as the extended opener 'Time Captives' with extended instrumental segments.  With the focus on synthesizers (courtesy of keyboardist Victor Peraino), various electronic production enhancement and an irritating Bentley Rhythm Ace drum machine, to my ears heavily orchestrated tracks such as 'Gypsy' and 'Superficial Roadblocks' just never seemed to get going.  Luckily, when spotlighted, Brown's eccentric voice and mannerisms remained instantly recognizable.  While rather far and few between, the album managed to cough up a couple of redeeming moments.  'Spirit of Joy' and 'Come Alive' boasted fairly conventional rock structures (the latter had some nice guitar from A ... Read more »
    Category: Prog/Classic rock/Blues | Views: 5094 | Added by: Lost-In-Tyme | Date: 05 September 2008 | Rating: 5.0/2

    Thursday, 04 September 2008

    John Fred & His Playboy Band was formed in 1955 by 14-year old John Fred Gourrier, a basketball/baseball player at LSU and Southeastern Louisiana University as "The Redcaps”, but in 1956 one of the members of the group who was a big reader of Playboy magazine suggested they rename the group to "The Playboys”. Sam Montalbano”, the president and owner of "Montel” records who also managed the local Catholic Youth Center would hold dances and sock hops. He booked John and his group and a close friend Johnny Ramistella (better known as Johnny Rivers) to as many of them as they could make. With his help the group released a few singles to little success, and they toured the US with Jimmy Clanton, Roy Orbison, Thomas Wayne and Duane Eddy. In 1960 John decides to attend college and at 6 foot 5 inches tall was a decent basketball player. After graduation he formed a new group and they started recording and releasing singleson the small independent label "N Joy” records, like Boogie Children (John Lee Hooker), Dial 101 (Cause I Still Love You), You’re Mad At Me and How Can I Prove. In July 1966 they sign a ... Read more »
    Category: Prog/Classic rock/Blues | Views: 5839 | Added by: Lost-In-Tyme | Date: 04 September 2008 | Rating: 3.0/1

    Wednesday, 03 September 2008

    This is the rarest of unknown, anonymous English prog-psych from 1971, with only one known copy left in existence -- a perfect acetate. The Image Maker Vol. 1 & 2 is a real underground concept album with a progressive touch that only needs a few spins to get it right. Well-crafted songs, great vocals, sound-effects, organ and heavy fuzz guitar all combine to make up one of the better albums on the Vertigo label with a good dose of acid in it.

    Shadoks Music spoke to Geoff Oliver, the former owner of IBC recording studios, but he could not remember any of the recordings made by Shuttah in his studio -- there were just too many engineers busy at the same time, during those golden days of the London underground, where studios were recording music which became big hits. IBC was famous for making recordings for bands such as The Kinks, The Who and The Beatles, plus many, many others, which leads one to the conclusion that this recording of Shuttah was very expensive to make, so there MUST be a famous musician behind it.

    The recording, arrangements and concepts are on a very high professional level. Even a search at UK copyri ... Read more »

    Category: Prog/Classic rock/Blues | Views: 4611 | Added by: WebuilTArks | Date: 03 September 2008 | Rating: 4.0/1

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