sexta-feira, 29 de agosto de 2008

Locomotiv GT

Mindig Magasabbra - 1975

Spooky Tooth

Maravilha. Banda britanica que mistura elementos progressivos e hard

quinta-feira, 28 de agosto de 2008


Off The Record Remasterizado - 1977

Locomotiv GT

Particpação da Locomotiv Gt em um Festival de Musica Pop nos Estados Unidos em 1973. Raridade total!

képzelt riport egy amerikai popfesztiválról - 1973


Progressivo da antiga Iuguslávia (na verdade da Sérvia). Achei muito bom o som dos caras. Vale a pena!

Smak - 1976

Locomotiv GT

Bummm! - 1973

R.E.O. Speedwagon

Nine Lives - 1979

terça-feira, 26 de agosto de 2008

Rotary Connection

Rotary Connection was a psychedelic soul band formed in Chicago in 1966. The highly experimental band was the idea of Marshall Chess, son of Chess Records founder Leonard Chess. Marshall was the director behind a start-up label, Cadet Concept Records, and wanted to focus on music outside of the blues and rock genres, which had made the Chess label popular.
This led Marshall to turn his attention to the burgeoning psychedelic movement. He recruited Charles Stepney, a vibraphonist and classically-trained arranger and producer for sonic wizardry. Marshall then recruited members of a little-known white rock band, The Proper Strangers: Bobby Simms, Mitch Aliotta, and Ken Venegas. Sidney Barnes, a songwriter within the Chess organization, also joined, as did Judy Hauff and a Chess receptionist named Minnie Riperton, who would later be successful in her own solo career. Marshall also called up prominent session musicians associated with the Chess label, including guitarist Phil Upchurch and drummer Morris Jennings.The band released their self-titled debut album in late 1967.
It plays like a melange of styles, borrowing heavily from pop, rock, and soul, but in a way that isn't entirely radio-friendly. The album also boasts an Eastern influence through its use of the sitar on Turn Me On and Memory Band. Stepney's arrangements, brought to life by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, imbue the album with a certain dreamlike quality; this would become a trademark of both the arranger and the mouthpiece. The album proved to be a modest success within the Midwest, but failed to make an impact nationally -- this was to be the Rotary's ultimate fate.The band returned in 1968 with a pair of albums, Aladdin and Peace. The former was the group's proper sophomore effort, and it found Riperton assuming a more prominent vocal role than the "background instrument" status she had on the debut. The latter was a Christmas release, with strong pervasive messages of love and understanding for a nation in the grips of Vietnam.
The album's cover art of a hippie Santa Claus more than makes its intentions known. Peace is notable for being involved in controversy: an anti-war cartoon in a December 1968 edition of Billboard magazine featured a graphic image of a bruised and bloodied Santa on a Vietnam battlefield. Mistaking this cartoon for the album's cover art, Montgomery Ward cancelled all shipments of the album.
Rotary Connection would release three more albums: Songs, in 1969, a collection of drastic reworkings of other artist's songs, including Otis Redding's Respect and The Band's The Weight; Dinner Music in 1970, in which they added elements of folk and country into the mix along with some electronic experimentation, and; Hey Love in 1971, where the band, oddly credited as the New Rotary Connection, ended its career with a jazz-oriented affair. From this particular album came the uplifting I am the Black Gold of the Sun, which was famously covered in 1997 by underground dance outfit Nuyorican Soul.
After the break-up of the band, Stepney served as a producer and arranger for other artists, most notably the soul outfit Earth, Wind, & Fire. He died in 1976 of a heart attack. Minnie Riperton enjoyed the fruits of a successful solo career until breast cancer ended her life in 1979. Sidney Barnes continues to work a singer and songwriter, and in recent years has gained a following in the U.K. The other remaining members of the band either attempted other, lower-profile, musical endeavours or divorced themselves entirely of the business. Thanks to reissues of their catalog in the late 1990s and the appropriation of material through sampling within the hip-hop community, Rotary Connection has been formally introduced to a new generation.

Juice Fruits

Aladdin - 1968 - By Akashaman

Locomotiv GT

Earl Klugh


Soda Fountain Shuffle - 1984

Ringo Starr

Sentimental Journey - 1970

Stars Of The Lid

Coil, under the name Time Machines, released an album of four tracks; each of a single tone sustained for an extended period, with each track assigned a chemical composition to be used in conjunction with the music. The intention was that the drug and sound would together create a catalyst for departure and travel. Shortly thereafter Stars of the Lid did them one better, by creating the album Avec Laudenum, (newly reissued in the US on Kranky), which provided the journey without having to create or procure illicit chemistry (although the title suggests that auto-pharmacology still may play a part).

Stars of the Lid create music that is strangely pure. It's comprised of warm, languid melodies that descend like a sweet, dark haze, and, at high volumes, seemingly infinite depth (at low volume it evaporates into white noise). The sound expands to fill every available space but is never oppressive. It can be heavy, but pleasant, like a comforter. Like amniotic fluid. Used appropriately, it is completely consuming. Consider this your prescription.

david christensen

Avec Laudenum - 1999

segunda-feira, 25 de agosto de 2008

R.E.O. Speedwagon

Lost in a Dream - 1974

Lenny White


Streamline - 1978


White Hot - 1977


Pra mim este é um clássico. Foi meu primeiro vinil comprado com meu dinheiro em 1976.

Give As Wink Remasterizado- 1976

sexta-feira, 8 de agosto de 2008

Bariloche e Buenos Aires

Como ninguem é de ferro, tiro 10 dias de férias e vou à Buenos Aires e Bariloche.

Volto no dia 21 com mais raridades e perólas

Até lá amigos!

Neal Schon

Show total!

Neal Schon - Guitars, Bass
Igor Len - Keyboards
Omar Hakim - Drums
Gary Cirimelli - Drum

I On U - 2005


Junipher Greene


Communication -1973



Jazz rock de primeira linha dessa rara banda alemã.

Four Seasons - 1977

John Renbourn Group

A Maid in Bedlam - 1977

Junipher Greene

Muito som mesmo! Imperdível!!
JUNIPHER GREENE was a Norwegian progressive rock band who were formed in Oslo in 1967. The initial line-up included Bent Aserud on guitars, keyboards, flute and vocals, Geir Bohren on lead vocals, drums and sax, Helge Groslie on keyboards, Freddie Dahl on guitar and vocals and Oyvind Vilbo on bass. They released their ambitious debut album in 1971 called "Friendship". It stands as one of Norway's earliest progressive album and the country's first double LP.They were one of Norway's best bands together with RUPHUS and HOST, although they only released one album in 1973 "Communication" (also very good) before splitting in the mid 70s. Two compilation albums, "Best Of" (1975) and "Rewind" (1981), which also featured a number of unreleased tracks recorded between 1969 and 1980, were issued. Helge Groslie left the band to join TITANIC in 1972, Aserud and Bohren kept the JUNIPHER GREENE name for various incarnations during the 80s, although these were very different to the original group. They've since built a reputation as the creators of Norwegian movie soundtracks.
Written by Andrew (Italy)

Friendship - 1971

quarta-feira, 6 de agosto de 2008


Até que enfim...

Contraband - 1979


Primeirão do Omega

Trombitás Frédi S A Rettenetes Emberek - 1968

Dave Peel

Doido demais

Have A Marijuana - 1968


Omega XIII - Babylon - 1987


Maravilhoso!! Imperdível!! Ao vivo!!

Live At The Kisstadion - 1979

terça-feira, 5 de agosto de 2008


Moxy - Faixa 5 - LINK ATUALIZADO

Contribuição do grande Rochacrimson, que é um dos maiores e melhores frequentadores deste blog: Faixa 5 do Moxy - Ridin High


Pra mim o melhor do Omega. Um clássico absoluto!

200 Years After The Last War - 1974


Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be - 1971