Monday, July 03, 2006

Request?

Sometimes I can't find em, and sometimes I can't agree with your "choice".
But, don't hesitate to request. There is no pain.


Request corner is closed now.

256 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi!
water into wine band "hillclimbing
for beginners"
faraway folk "same"
famous jug band would be fine.
impossible to find these days!

thanks for your great blog

04 July, 2006 00:24  
Anonymous smile67 said...

Hi!
I love being surprised by what you put up next!
Thanks

04 July, 2006 01:38  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello nice blog with great music have you stackridge?bye pat

04 July, 2006 02:08  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great stuff all. I am having problem with getting the Moths lp. Says it will take 16 days when all other files take 4 minutes. Can you up it to Rapidshare?

04 July, 2006 02:14  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love the Water Into Wine suggestion! Anne Briggs, The Time Has Come. COB, Spirit of Love; Foggy, Simple Gifts; Gary Higgins, Red Hash; Horison; Heron ( the group); Jan Dukes De Grey, Sorcerers; Justine, self titled; Mountain Ash Band, The Hermit; Any and all Wizz Jones; The Sun Also Rises; Skybird. Chris Thompson's first album with members of Magic Carpet; Bread Love and Dreams, Strange Tales...
How's that for some ideas? Any, all, a few... would be great! Love your site, love the music you have been turning us onto! Keep up the great work, Cheers!

04 July, 2006 02:32  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,

Can anybody post albums by the great jazz rock band "Made in Sweden"?

And the excelent album by Refugee -Refugee, the group with Patrick Moraz?

Thank you all

Alberto

04 July, 2006 03:39  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Michael says...
Always check out your site daily.
Very impressed.
Any chance of the first "If" album, the first "Egg" album and maybe the two "Velvet Opera" albums.
All the best.

04 July, 2006 04:43  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Lizardson,
In keeping with your original theme.... how about putting up Alco - Threads of Life or Sandstone - can you mend a silver thread....??? Now that's obscure...

04 July, 2006 04:45  
Anonymous swan said...

No request so far ... but ... great site! Go on!

04 July, 2006 05:13  
Blogger TBA said...

Meic Stevens?

04 July, 2006 06:39  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi there

To get Made in Sweden :
http://jonnhyrobertsblog.blogspot.com/

Then some suggested request :

Quintessence "in blissful company"
Piirpauke "1" & "2"
Triana "hijos del agobio"
Eden "erwartung"
Fuchsia "fuchsia"
and any surprise of your nice blog

Thanks

04 July, 2006 07:52  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi,
thanks for all the great posts. meic stephens GOG would be great and the marc brierley record
thanks
j

04 July, 2006 10:06  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can you post the second rare album by german band ?Alcatraz"?
Yeah, I know it's krautrock, not folk...

04 July, 2006 10:52  
Blogger The Herbalist said...

No. No need for a request. You're post such brilliant stuff that I do not dare to tell you waht to post. Your blog is good, really good.
Please visit me and my friends at prognotfrog.blogspot.com

You'll like what we're posting there.
Tomorrow morning (it is almost midnight here) I'll add your site to our links)
Be well my friend.
Hey you can reach as this room in soulseek

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visit us
Bye.-

04 July, 2006 13:26  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

smith-a band called smith

04 July, 2006 15:06  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any of these would be GRAND!
Hard to find/Out-of-Print WYRD FOLK Wish List:
Arthur, Toni & Davy – Hearken to the Witch's Rune '70
Arthur, Toni & Davy-The Lark in the Morning '69
Backhouse, Miriam - Gypsy Without a Road '78
Gaughan, Dick-Handful of Earth
Basho, Robbie-The Grail and the Lotus
Carthy, Martin & Dave Swarbrick–Byker Hill '67
Dawnwind-s/t '7?
Celebrated Ratliffe Stout Band-Dan, Half-Dan and the Spaceman '76
Celeste, Marie-And Then Perhaps '71
Chapman, Michael-Navigation
Ditching Players-Alice Through the Looking Glass '69
Duindam, Jan-Thoughts ‘78
Folklords, The - Release the Sun '70
Gagalactyca - s/t '70
Gwydion-Songs of the Old Religion ‘75
Haizea - s/t '68
Holman, Rex-Here in the Land of Victory '70
Jones, Wizz - Magical Flight '77
JSD Band – Travelling Days '7
JSD Band - Country of the Blind '7
Justine-s/t '70
Lazy Farmer-s/t ‘76
Jones, Nick-From the Devil to a Stranger ‘78
Leopold, Perry-Experiments in Metaphysics '70
Madden & Harris-Fool's Paradise '76
Martyn, John-Solid Air
Pererin-Haul ar yr Eira ‘80
Perth County Conspiracy-Alive
Providence-Ever Since the Dawn '72
Raven, Mike & Joan Mills-Death & the Lady ‘72
Red Television-s/t '74
Saffron Summerfield - Salisbury Plain '74
Saga (UK)-Sweet Peg o’Derby
Sedmina-Melita & Veno Dolenc '80
Skybird-Summer of '73 '73
Sounds of Salvation - s/t '76
St. Field, John-Control ‘75
Stained Glass-Open Road '74
Strawbs-Ghosts '75
Streng, Pekka-KESÄMAA '72
Streng, Pekka-MAGNEETTIMIEHEN KUOLEMA '70
VULCAN'S HAMMER True Hearts and Sound Bottoms '73
Waiting for the Sun - late '7?
Whitesuntide Easter - s/t '7?

many thanks & well done so far!!
~libertycaps

04 July, 2006 16:46  
Anonymous Karel said...

Great blog with great music!

requests:

David Blue (David S. Cohen)
Wizz Jones
Ian A. Anderson (not the Jethro Tull Ian)
Mike Cooper
Pete Atkin

04 July, 2006 19:11  
Blogger Ace said...

Thanks for all the great music, one request

Garden of Delights on Elektra

Thanks

05 July, 2006 00:39  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AMAZING BLOG! Any Japanese folk and folk rock from URC and related scene would be greatly appreciated and could be of interest to those outside Japan.
Thanks for great albums!

06 July, 2006 02:14  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

EXTRADITION - HUSH
BRAZDA BROTHERS - ST
PTARMIGAN - ST
KAPLAN BROTHERS - NIGHTBIRD
JOHN YLVISAKER -

06 July, 2006 10:49  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like the stuff you post anyway - it's nice to discover new things based on your recommendations.

I would love anything by "Spud" a great Irish folk-rock band - I have one album on a squeaky old musiccassete. But none of their albums have been reissued on CD!

But if not, keep going as before

I would also like to hear "Time Will Pass" by Spriguns.

Newelectricmuse

06 July, 2006 19:53  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi - I'd like to hear Fairport Convention "Unhalfbriking" lp please.

07 July, 2006 08:05  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello do you think possible to find some quicksilver messenger service bootlegs?i think it will be one of the best days of my life if i have this!thanks for your great blog!pat

07 July, 2006 16:52  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

if you have the fallen angels? thanks.rod

07 July, 2006 21:44  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can someone post the double live album of the Streetwalkers. The BBC live series of them will be cool too.

thank you very much.

08 July, 2006 04:48  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great rare and superb for my taste !
Can I suggest to : 1.Ian Matthews Vertigo albums
2. Alun Davies - Daydo
3. Lani Hall - Sundown Lady
4. Assagai - Zimbabwe

08 July, 2006 15:19  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sto54 - again ! Hi !
I wondering if you can post:
Mike Absalom - Selftitled
Pete Fine - On A Day Of Crystaline Thought
Jackie Leven - Control

Once more thanks for Ian Matthews album. You must read my mind which album I prefer !!!

09 July, 2006 23:16  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello again, it's me who bored you again but It's worth because it seemed you have huge great
collection of old music.Here in Europe I can't obtain Hugh Masekela - The Boy's Doin' It (I missed it for years when I have possibility to buy ).Have you maybe a copy of this album (I know it isn't progfolk ,maybe African but anyway)?
If you added some old stuff from Labi Siffre I'll be also happy !

10 July, 2006 14:08  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ian ( or Iain ) Matthews - If You Saw Thro' My Eyes would be appreciated.... in fact any Matthews ! What an under-rated artist.

11 July, 2006 02:49  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Perhaps someone has heard of this one - which I've searched everywhere for with no luck - a South African group Hammak - I believe the recording is simply called Hammak, or Hammak Live ?

11 July, 2006 03:10  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi !
Great stuff !Can you post inbetween these folk also John Kongos of course if you have?
Thanx anyway for great music !!!

11 July, 2006 04:24  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"First Utterance", the first Comus-Album.

Pleaaase!

:-)

Great Blog! Great Music!

13 July, 2006 00:45  
Blogger Lizardson said...

I saw "First Utterance" at ChrisGoesRock's Blog

13 July, 2006 02:24  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looking for Jungle (1969) LP -

Great blog!

Thanks

13 July, 2006 02:44  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi !
I wonder if you have Mike Absalom - Selftitled album.This is my request and it will be great if I have luck with this one !!??

15 July, 2006 16:25  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi !
Searching for Rod St.James - Has Anybody Seen the Superstar

Thx !

16 July, 2006 03:15  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i absolutely love your blog.
thanks for having it.
requests:
anything with gay and terry woods. especially dr. strangely strange and sweeneys men.

the boys of the lough record with dick gaughan

marc brierley, any

meic stevens, especially gog, Gitar yny Twlldan Star, lapis lazuli, Caneuon Cynnar , Gwymon

wizz jones

fred gerlach

thanks

16 July, 2006 11:52  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wait a minute, gay and terry never recorded with strangely.
any barry dransfield

16 July, 2006 12:05  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love this blog. It's the best music blog there is.

Fuchsia?

17 July, 2006 07:06  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love your posts, especially the rare UK folk. Been looking for some for ages, especially the private pressings.

Here's my wish list, all UK rarities thank you:

Dando Shaft – Same (1971)
Midwinter – Waters of Sweet Sorrow
Water into Wine Band – Hill Climbing for Beginners

Alice through the Looking Glass (Private Pressing)
Isolation – Same (PP)
Mountain Ash – Hermit (PP)
Mourning Phase – Same (PP)
Tickawinda – Rosemary Lane (PP)

18 July, 2006 02:24  
Blogger Johnny Roberts said...

Hi mate,
I am looking for these:
( a huge list but I hope you have somehting for me, thx in advance).

J.R.


YONIN BAYASHI - HATACHI NO GENTEN
YONIN BAYASHI - PRINTED JELLY
3/3 – SAME (JAP 73)
BLUDD SUCKER – SAME (JAP 78)
BLUES POWER - BOOGIE WOOGIE FLEW (JAP 82)
DEMA - SAME (JAP 72)
FLYING TEA CUP - SAME (JAP 81)
FUJIO YAMAGUCHI - HIMATSUBUSHI (JAP 74)
FULUKOTOFUMI - SAME (JAP 72)
FUMANZOKU - SAME (JAP 74)
GEDO (OR GEDOU) - any(JAP)
GOLOUIS ASTERIX - INOCHI (JAP 70)
GYPSY BLOOD - BLUE ROSES FOR THE GYPSY (JAP 71)
GYPSY BLOOD - ROKKOURUSHI (JAP 71)
HILL ANDON - PAGE ONE (JAP 75)
K.MIHO & JAZZ ELEVEN - KOKEZARU SUITE (JAP 71)
M - SAME (JAP 72)
NININGASHI - HEAVY WAY (JAP 74)
NOKEMONO - FROM THE BLACK WORLD - JAP 1979
OLIVE - SAME (JAP 76)
OSIRIS - IN THE MIST OF TIME (JAP 80)
PANTA - SAME (JAP)
ANMADOU - OKASHINA SEKAI JAP 1972
RANMADOU - SAME (JAP 72)
ROTTEN PEACH - SAME (JAP 73)
VSOP - SAME (JAP 73)

19 July, 2006 07:27  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd love to hear that Water Into Wine Band album if anyone's got it - the track on History of Underground Folk Rock Vol.1 is incredible.
So, you're blog is consistently brilliant - the Pete Fine album (and link to The Flow) is one of the best things I've heard (for the first time) this year (- Red Television's album posted on Exhevika Fields is terrifically good). You haven't got Pete Fine's second solo album NORTHSTAR have you?

20 July, 2006 07:32  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,
any chance to post Cactus "Cactology"?
Tahnks
Dave

20 July, 2006 17:21  
Blogger Lizardson said...

Well, I can make 'Cactology' myself without 2 unreleased tracks.

20 July, 2006 19:04  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you, I've been looking for Amazing Blondel for the longest time! Is there any chance you could possibly upload their album England?

22 July, 2006 11:57  
Blogger Lizardson said...

Amazing Blondel 'England' is here
http://demusicaalterque.blogspot.com/2006/06/amazing-blondel.html#links
(De musica alterque blog)

22 July, 2006 13:41  
Anonymous ohserena00@hotmail.com said...

hi there. 1st and foremost thx for all those great bands we would know anywhere else :p (specialy dr.z hard to find stuff)

i have no specially request but i've been thinking some people would search for goliath, the uk one not the u.s.
they only got one record (self titled 1970-71 ?)
anyway no one seems to know this great psychedelic band with female vocal. (they sound a lil' bit like fusion orchestra - atnoher kool band you could talk about one of those days ^^)

so if you want to blog this band (goliath)but don't have the album you can easily dl it from slsk.org and if you don't find it i'll send it to you.

see you around and
have a nice day.
nico.

22 July, 2006 19:24  
Blogger Lizardson said...

nico,

We got Goliath(UK) from '8 Days In April' blog 5 months before.
Pretty cool and unique band...
Thank you very much.

22 July, 2006 21:23  
Blogger Ed said...

I'm searchin for the Dandelion. They were based in France and they made 2 records. The one with the track "La farfalla" is simply great. You can see something here

24 July, 2006 15:35  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any chance to post Cactus "Cacthology"?
Thanks

25 July, 2006 20:14  
Blogger Lizardson said...

Here is Cactus "Cacthology" (without 2 bonus tracks)
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=91C2C87C29A65439

25 July, 2006 20:15  
Anonymous Jay Trumble said...

Looking for an anthology of the band Classical M. Would be great to have that one, thanks.

25 July, 2006 20:18  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"CAPABILITY BROWN" - "VOICE" (1973)

Rare(LP only) and amazing vocals.
thanks

25 July, 2006 21:03  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lizardson,
Once again, love your site.. love the stuff you have turned us onto. A couple of requests, please. What about:
Aubrey Small- self titled
Tea and Symphony- Jo Saga
Foggy- Simple Gifts
Mountain Ash Band- The Hermit (impossible to find)
Wizz Jones
The Sun Also Rises- S/T
Skybird-S/T
Water into Wine (impossible to find)
Do you have any of these by the way?
Thanks in advance if you do and would consider posting any of them! Cheers, Dr. Q

25 July, 2006 23:59  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for Cactus.
Any chance about where could I find the 2 unreleased tracks.
Dave

26 July, 2006 00:13  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Heya! Would love to hear:
Perry Leopold: Christian Lucifer or his first album,
Ora: Ora,
Heron: Heron and Single,
Wizz Jones: first few albums,
Gary Higgins: Red Hash,
Tower Recordings: Furniture Music,
Ian A. Anderson

26 July, 2006 00:30  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

First off, I love your blog. You're one of my top 5 most visted sites. Thanks for all of your generous contributions.

I've been requesting and searching for this new psych/prog/folk band from California called Silver Sunshine. I still haven't heard them but I've read really good things about them. I recently saw that there is a new Silver Sunshine "homemade" comp EP circulating around the web. Anyway, if you could post this i would really appreciate it!

Thanks again for everything!

26 July, 2006 01:43  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great blog Lizardson, can you post a complete Bread Love and Dreams - The Strange Tale of Captain Shannon? Any acid/psych folk rock is appreciated.

26 July, 2006 03:13  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi!
Any chance to post: Snafu - Selftitled or Snafu - Situation Normal? It will be nice also Lighthouse to upload !

26 July, 2006 06:46  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi !
According your rare music posting I persume that you have also band SNAFU and their Selftitled album or second Situation Normal?
If you have and post one you'll make my day !
Anyhow thax for great music I can download !!

29 July, 2006 04:04  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just saw some Silver Sunshine stuff on Pirate Bay.

Also, Could you possibly post some Paul Brett's Sage?

I've been looking for the Jubilation Foundry album from 1971. I have the s/t from 1970 which is great freaky acid folk.

Thanks a lot!

29 July, 2006 09:59  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello,

Love your site!! How about some Robin Williamson first solo album, or Ian & Sylvia. Also Perhaps some Jim Kweskin stuff.......... Thank you for this wonderful blog!!!!

01 August, 2006 09:17  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi!
Long time no new post so I decided to try my luck with with rare request !?
Here it is : Yvonne Fair - The Bitch Is Black
This album from 1975 exist only as LP ( maybe in Japan as CD ).You will make my year not only a day when postvinyl rip!!
Thx in forward and for all good music you post before !!

01 August, 2006 14:22  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

いつもお世話になっていますw
早速ですがリクエストさせていただきます。
Barry Dransfield
をお願いします。
一時期出回ったCDも見かけなくなって聴きのがしています。
どうぞヨロシクお願いします。

02 August, 2006 03:30  
Blogger Lizardson said...

必聴盤にもかかわらずもっておりません^^;Dransfield繋がりで、こちらのリンクを紹介しておきます。失礼いたしました。

http://witchseason.blogspot.com/2006/07/milder-to-mulder-jack-in-can.html

02 August, 2006 04:36  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great Blog..
Would you possibly have...
Zior - Every Inch a Man?

04 August, 2006 18:16  
Anonymous Bobo Viking said...

Hi
Just found your blog today and I´m already addicted to it:-)

Here´s a request I´ll hope fits in here:

The german band The Petards and especially the song:
Good Good Donna

Thanx!

07 August, 2006 01:37  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Request:

Poet And A One Man Band - s/t - UK - 1968.

agus - indonesia

08 August, 2006 19:14  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonderful, wonderful blog! Can't wait to download the Strawbs(the download button hasn't been enabled)!

How about posting Jimmy Campbell - Son of Anastasia? Been wanting to hear this for a looooooooooong time.

Thanks again!!

Great work!

12 August, 2006 06:29  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice blog. Do you have9or can you get) McGuinness Flint-Happy Birthday Ruthie Baby or Boz Scagg's 1965 album released in Sweden? Thanks

15 August, 2006 00:16  
Anonymous dell edison said...

eiliff - bremen 1972
eiliff - girlrls

16 August, 2006 10:16  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi ! I'm a french young fan of nick drake and i really enjoyed your web page ... I saw the album "time has told me" ( CD stockage) in a music store and I asked myself if the sound has been remasterised since the vinyl edition... do you know that ? I heard the cd and it seemed to be quite good but not perfect... thank you very much.

17 August, 2006 05:41  
Anonymous Aveek from India said...

Hi,

My request:

Bedlam - Live In London 1973 (feat. Cozy Powell)

Aveek

17 August, 2006 07:10  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for a quantum blog!
Do you have any Saint Just or Jenny Sorrenti?
Thanks

17 August, 2006 11:04  
Blogger Lizardson said...

To French Drake fan.

Thanks for your comments.
There is tons of CDs and LPs repressed by several bootleggers after limited original pressing selling out.
Some are "bit better" but most of them are nearly same quality as original.
I think that there is a limit to mastering such home recordings & demos.

Take care...

17 August, 2006 11:14  
Blogger Lizardson said...

Saint Just - La casa del lago

http://rockprogressivoportugues.blogspot.com/2006/04/saint-just-la-casa-del-lago-italia.html

*Rock Progressivo Portugues blog

17 August, 2006 11:33  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

from the Finland a great record: Haikara "Geafar" the 2nd. Woul befantastic to see it on your great blog.

thanks

18 August, 2006 01:46  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi all together!
I need your help to identify a particular song I heard in the radio in 1973 (!!!). As far as I can remember it must have been a new record release at that time.
Fortunately I could record 1 and a half songs on my tape deck, so I ask you now kindly to listen to these songs. You find them here:

http://www.oekon.de/mp3/anonymous1.mp3

It is a very fine sort of folkrock.
Please listen - maybe you can help me to find what I try to since more than 30 years...
Thanks

21 August, 2006 07:29  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually the Tir Na Nog records remind me that I was searching for the only LP of "Emmet Spiceland" since many years which wasn't released as a CD. If I'm right it was the band of Leo Kelly before Tir Na Nog. They played traditional irish stuff.
Thanks
Wolfgang

22 August, 2006 02:43  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi I don't know if this request will be lost in the avalanche of stuff requested so far but here goes:

Bob Pegg & Nick Strutt a 70s British folk duo with ties to Fairport and the Mr Fox band I think. You don't see much of their stuff now. I am especially looking for song called 'The Hedgerow Song' been after it for years.The album The Shipbuilder' is great also.

Keep up the great work this is one of my fave blogs.

Mr X

24 August, 2006 09:51  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

THANKS A LOT FOR YOUR POSTS...
AS YOU POST NICK DRAKE, I THOUGHT SOME JOHN MARTYN ONES WOULD BE GREAT !!!
THANKS

27 August, 2006 23:45  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you have Velvet Opera's Ride a Hustler's Dream by any chance?

28 August, 2006 03:33  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for all the great posts.

ROBERT WYATT - The Animals Film
ROBERT WYATT - Work In Progress
ROBERT WYATT - Peel Sessions
ROBERT WYATT - Compilation
ROBERT WYATT - Mid-Eighties
ROBERT WYATT - Going Back A Bit
ROBERT WYATT - Short Break
ROBERT WYATT & BEN WATT - North Marine Drive
BECK, BOGERT & APPICE - Live in Japan 1974

thank you very much (^u^)

31 August, 2006 23:41  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

howdy!

i agree with the girl/ guy who requested Midwinter - The Waters Of Sweet Sorrow and i would request Stone Angel's second effort. altogether very stoneangelic request. Many thanks in advance. Your blog is excellent.

ave! Anoisimous.

01 September, 2006 05:03  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ANy chance of hearing Keith Christmas's "Stimulus"?

01 September, 2006 05:58  
Blogger A Pound for a Brown said...

Thank you very much for you great posts.You're sharing the greatest gems of all british folk.

This morning I posted on my blog Dando Shaft's 4th album.
Any chance to get one of these :

CAEDMON:Live 1977-1978 (UK’77-‘78)
DRAGONMILK:Wolfman macabre (UK’72)
TENTACLE:The angel of death (UK’72)
THUNDERMOTHER:Archive recording
TICKAWINDA:Rosemary lane (UK’75)
TOMORROW COME SOMEDAY:Same (UK’69)
VULCAN’S HAMMER:Same (UK’73)
VULCAN’S HAMMER:True hearts and sound bottoms
VULCAN’S HAMMER:The two magicians (UK’73-‘91)

and something by Morio Agata and Kazuki Tomokawa.

Pls visit my blog
cheers.

03 September, 2006 01:21  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Two things I've searched for many years and never found:

MARC ELLINGTON: RAINS/REINS OF CHANGE 1971

and

STARRY-EYED & LAUGHING debut album 1974

Great blog. There are some real gems here. Keep up the good work!

03 September, 2006 15:24  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HI IV'E BEEN LOOKING FOR VIN GARBUTT UNPLUGGED A LIVE CD IF ANYBODY CAN HELP THANKS KEEP UP THE SUPER SITE

03 September, 2006 16:07  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi iv'e been looking for man of the earth a song writen by bernie perry & song by vin garbutt thanks great site

03 September, 2006 16:34  
Blogger Lizardson said...

VIN GARBUTT UNPLUGGED??

Sorry, I don't know that CD.
I have "Plugged!" a Live CD 1995.

03 September, 2006 23:01  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Would you be able to upload any Anthony Phillips? Maybe Private Parts and Pieces II: Back to the Pavilion or The Geese and the Ghost? Thanks.

04 September, 2006 05:01  
Blogger Lizardson said...

Here is

The Geese and the Ghost:
http://rapidshare.de/files/31645001/qpaphill_geeghost.rar

04 September, 2006 05:43  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This may be too rare, but have you ever heard of a vinyl bootleg by The Trees called 'Trees Live!', released in Italy, 1989? I'd love to hear it, particularly as 8/9 tracks appear not to be from the two offical albums. Thanks in advance if anyone has this release. Steve

1. Forest Fire
2. Prince Heathen
3. Tom Of Bedlam
4. Cry Of Morning
5. Burgen Polka
6. Friar Tuck Gets
7. His Innocent Hare
8. Van Daemon's Land
9. Polly On The Shore
Trees Live! (1989)
LP RECORD, Record Label: Hablabel
Catalogue No: HBL20404, Country of Origin: Italy
http://eil.com/shop/artistlist.asp?artistname=trees

05 September, 2006 00:17  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you have Hamilton Camp's 1st. LP Paths Of Victory? I'd be absolutely delighted!!!

05 September, 2006 21:14  
Anonymous Marcello from Italy said...

Paul Brady's "liberty tapes" Please!

Thanks a lot for all

06 September, 2006 17:06  
Blogger arstider said...

Hello

Thanks for all nice stuff.
Been looking for this one.

Alkatraz - Doing A Moonlight - 1976 - United Artists.

Best wishes from Sweden

08 September, 2006 00:13  
Anonymous JOE said...

Hi!
Great blog, great music
I would like you'll post these in the next day:

Bonnie Dobson - 1969 - ST
Bonnie Dobson - 1970 - Good Morning Rain
David Lewis - 1970 - The Song of David Lewis
Larry and Myra - 1970 - Eat the Day
Madden & Harris - 1975 - Fool's Paradise

Thanks in advance from Italy
Joe

08 September, 2006 21:56  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi requesting vin garbutt plugged cd anybody have this because iv'e been looking for a while now thanks super blog

09 September, 2006 15:27  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi im looking for a folk group called ramsbottom any idea's were i may fined this album thanks

10 September, 2006 00:49  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi a reqest for lindisfarne back & fourth cd thanks

10 September, 2006 00:55  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi - two requests:

Michael Chapman 'Rainmaker'

Roy Harper any will do !!!

Thanks in advance

Jeff

14 September, 2006 06:18  
Blogger Lizardson said...

Jeff,

Here is tons of Roy Harper stuffs.

http://www.grammy.ru/music/mcatalog.php?act=list&singer=Roy+Harper

14 September, 2006 08:17  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Lizardson,

thanks for the marvellous gems that you post.
I would like to post these items.

Faraway Folk - 1972 - Time and Tide

Folkal Point - 1971 – ST

Gary Farr - 1969 - Take Something with You

Hunt & Turner - 1972 - Magic Landscape

JSD Band - 1972 - ST


All the best
Joe

14 September, 2006 20:58  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

YOU GOT SOME GREAT STUFF MAN REALLY LOVE THAT RARE STYFF..

CAN YOU PUT UP A ALBUM OF LAURIE STYVERS ?

15 September, 2006 03:07  
Anonymous deb said...

Could you post Celebrations For a Grey Day by Richard and Mimi Farina (1965)?

15 September, 2006 09:39  
Blogger Lizardson said...

to ded,

check this blog for Richard & Mimi Farina.

http://spacedsaviour.blogspot.com/

15 September, 2006 10:11  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for the best music blog on the internet! i'd like to second the request for dave & toni arthur's "hearken to the witches rune" and also suggest goliard's "fortune my foe."

keep up the excellent work!

15 September, 2006 15:50  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,great blog.I have a request.I've been looking for JSD Band-s/t.Any chance you might have it?Thanks in advance.

16 September, 2006 13:11  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Lizardson,

when do you post both Gwydion's album?
Thanks for your excellent blog and for your taste of music.

Bye

16 September, 2006 17:49  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great blog you got here discovered new music !

Can u upload a album from Laurie styvers?

16 September, 2006 20:40  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

any chance of some Sandy Denny please ?
thanks
Bill

17 September, 2006 03:19  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

lizardson please could you please tell me when you are posting vin garbutt plugged as im hoping to have it in time for my uncles birthday 20th of september if not ill have to do something else keep up this super blog and thanks

17 September, 2006 03:43  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi!
Me again, sto54 from Slovenia !I have checked upcoming music and been nervous when will be posted:
1.Dando Shaft - 1971 - ST
2.Matthews' Southern Comfort - 1971 - Later That Same Year
3.Colin Scot - 1971 - ST
4.Robin Scott - 1969 - Woman From the Warm Grass
5.Ian Matthews - 1972 - Tigers Will Survive +1bonus (CD-Rip 256k)

thx forward!

17 September, 2006 04:29  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love the blog, It fits me like a glove !!

I'd love to hear

In Gowan Ring - 1999 - The Glinting Spade
In Gowan Ring - 2002 - Hazel Steps Through a Weathered Home
Bridget St. John - 1972 - Thank You For...[+8 live]
Magickal Folk of the Faraway Tree - 2004 - The Mildew Leaf
Magickal Folk of the Faraway Tree - 2005 - The Cat's Melodeon

Many thanks Ash

18 September, 2006 21:16  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Lizardson,

Could you post these items:

Archie Fisher - 1968 - ST
Archie Fisher - 1970 - Orfeo
Druids - 1970 - Burnt Offering
Humblebums - 1970 - Open Up the Door
Miles Martin Folk Group - 1971 - ST
Virginia Tree - 1975 - Fresh Out

All the best
Joe

20 September, 2006 16:57  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello
First and foremost, I'd like to say that I thank you for the great work you've done on your weblog to make people discover great albums.

Here are my requests :
I'd like to see on "Time Has Told Me" Kazuki Tomokawa's ablums because it is very hard to find those kind of items here (in France), and as you're Japanese, I thought you could help me ^^

Thank you, and good luck for your weblog.

21 September, 2006 20:50  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Would love to have you post, "Lost Years in Laybrinth, Volume I." Thanks for posting Volume II.

22 September, 2006 21:22  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi. my request is: friendsound joyride. i think it's a hard find.

23 September, 2006 05:34  
Blogger Miroslav said...

Marvellous site; my requests: Andy Pratt's first album "Records are like life"(1971); The Leopards "Kansas City Slickers" (1977); John PArker Compton "To Luna" (1971), and a lost pop gem: The late show and their record "Portable Pop".

best wishes

24 September, 2006 01:03  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Lizardson,

I've some requests to do:
I would like you post the first album of Michael Chapman - Rainmaker and Narnia - Aslan is not a tamelion.

Thanks for your greatest posts

All the best

25 September, 2006 18:17  
Blogger Wiganova said...

I'd love to hear - Stackridge - Friendliness.
I'm really enjoying the previous Stackridge albums you posted.
Thanks again for a great blog - keep up the good work.

All the best

25 September, 2006 19:38  
Anonymous Joe said...

Hello Liz,

Might you post:

Boys of the Lough - 1973 - ST
Boys of the Lough - 1974 - Second Album



Best
Joe

26 September, 2006 18:56  
Blogger newelectricmuse said...

Dear Lizardson,
Another serving of Hedgehog Pie would be tasty...
Thanks
Newelectricmuse

27 September, 2006 01:01  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Lizardson,

Have you on your list the Ted Lucas album?
I'm in searching of it for a long time.

Thanx in advance

29 September, 2006 16:55  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,

Compliments for your blog, it's very fine.
I look for a nice album of:
Nancy Priddy - You'vr come that way before on Dot label.
Can you help me?

Thanks in advance for your disponibility

29 September, 2006 20:24  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello,

I'm searching for:
Mike Deasy - "Letters To My Head"

Has anyone this gems?

Best

29 September, 2006 21:54  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Lizardson,

anything of Dave Van Ronk?

I search for the albums:

Dave Van Ronk, Folksinger

With the Red Onion Jazz Band

Just Dave Van Ronk

Good Weekend

30 September, 2006 00:49  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi.
Thanks for a great blog.
I have for a long time tried to find a copy of "Shades Of MacMurrough" but no luck so far. Hope that somebody here can give me a hint.

Keep well.

30 September, 2006 20:31  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a wonderful blog, THANKS! I've got all albums I've searched for through the years, except:

Lindisfarne - Roll On Ruby + Happy Daze
Bob Pegg - Ancient Maps
Bob & Carole Pegg - He Came From The Mountains

30 September, 2006 23:14  
Blogger newelectricmuse said...

Dear anonymous who was asking for Bob Pegg:

You will be pleased to hear that his classic early albums have just been released at last on a double CD called "Keeper of the Fire" - it includes the "Bob Pegg & Nick Strutt" album, "Ancient Maps" and "The Shipbuilder" as well as some unreleased material. In the UK it costs £8.99 - a bargain!

Newelectricmuse

02 October, 2006 21:17  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi! Great Music on your site! I'm looking for the Peel Sessions with June Tabor. Any chance?

03 October, 2006 03:37  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

EXCELLENT POP FOLKY BANDS!

I wish you could download "Tranquility" their 1st and 2nd album..they were a great folk rock band.

One you haven't mentioned would be the bizzare album 9and album cover) "Pigeon" that has a real pigeon in a sandwich, but they have a real trippy folk song called "milk & honey"!

03 October, 2006 16:28  
Blogger Lizardson said...

You mean "Pidgeon"?
yeah, it's a really strange cover-art.
http://rateyourmusic.com/album_images/o48325.jpg


Tranquility "Silver"(1972):
http://bongolongland.blogspot.com/2006/08/silver-by-tranquility-1972.html
bongolong land

RapidShare link is already dead(320kbps), but 128kbps version is still alive.

http://media.odeo.com/0/0/1/01_Eagle_Eye__sample_.mp3
http://media.odeo.com/3/4/3/02_Can_I_See_You__sample_.mp3
http://media.odeo.com/1/8/1/03_Linda__sample_.mp3
http://media.odeo.com/5/4/8/04_Whip_Wheel__sample_.mp3
http://media.odeo.com/8/3/3/05_The_Driver_s_Engine_sample_.mp3
http://media.odeo.com/8/9/3/06_Couldn_t_Possibly_Be__sample_.mp3
http://media.odeo.com/5/8/3/07_Nice_and_Easy__sample_.mp3
http://media.odeo.com/9/5/8/08_Dear_Oh_Dear__sample_.mp3
http://media.odeo.com/6/3/8/09_Silver__sample_.mp3
http://media.odeo.com/9/7/6/10_The_Tree__sample_.mp3

03 October, 2006 19:21  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi Liz,

Have you this album?

Mathhew Ellis - Same on WB 1972?

I would like to post these:

Bridget St. John - 1974 - Jumble Queen
Clive Palmer - 1967 - Banjoland
Evensong - 1973 - ST
Faraway Folk - 1975 - Seasonal Man
Mountain Ash Band - 1975 - Hermit

Keep well

03 October, 2006 20:08  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Liz,

Any interest of Sweeney's Men?

I would like to post the same and The Tracks of Sweeney album.

Great

03 October, 2006 21:55  
Blogger Lizardson said...

Hi,

Your post of Sweeney's Men would be welcomed.

Great choice!

03 October, 2006 22:09  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi there,

i'm in searching of Judy Dyble solo album, have anyone this?

Best

04 October, 2006 20:51  
Anonymous arbor said...

Hello,
I've found an amazing amount of rare music here which I am extremely grateful for. THANKS. But since you have a request section, how about:

Shirly Collins- Folk Routes, New Routes, The Power of the True Love Knot

Donovan- A Gift from a Flower To a Garden

Mr. Fox- Join Us in Our Game: Anthology

Lal and Mike Waterson- Bright
Phoebus

Steve Tilston - An Acoustic Confusion

05 October, 2006 10:35  
Anonymous master3d said...

Wow...that Pidgeon was the album...cool!

Too bad their is no download for any songs.

05 October, 2006 10:57  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi, could you post this tomokawa's albums:

Yatto Ichi Mai Me, 1975

Senbazuru Wo Kuchini Kuwaeta Hibi, 1977

Ore no Uchide Nariymanai Uta, 1978

thanks a lot. you have generated a lot of tomokawa's fans here in peru.

j.p.

05 October, 2006 13:36  
Anonymous Bannermike said...

First off, let me thank you for a fantastic site. So much of your rare acid/folk music is now in my collection - some I thought I'd never see again and some I'd never heard of but which are now firm favourites. I have only one request, "The Going's Easy" by The Greatest Show On Earth (UK horn and organ driven prog 1970). I have just found their first album, "Horizons" and it's fantastic. I have even happier memories of their second and can only hope you have it and would be kind enough to share. Please keep up the good work. Cheers.

05 October, 2006 21:22  
Anonymous scruff said...

I've been looking for Spider John Koerner and Willie Murphy's "Music Is Just a Bunch of Notes" for a long time. It would be delicious candy if you had it and could post it. Your site is ridiculously amazing.

06 October, 2006 07:59  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi,

thanks so much for your blog. i'm wondering if you can please post 'maison reve' by emmanuelle parennin?

best regards and thanks again.

06 October, 2006 09:56  
Anonymous master3d said...

Wow...you actually had a Pidgeon download...I'm impressed! Fantastic
music!!!

That album is so rare...incidently, do you know anything about "The Wanderers-pipe dream" ? Do you know anyone who has that album??

06 October, 2006 17:54  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Liz,

could you post the following album:

Bob Downes - 1970 - Electric City

Dave Evans - 1974 - Sad Pig Dance

Frankie Armstrong - 1972 - Lovely On The Water

Frankie Armstrong - 1974 - Out of Love Hope & Suffering

Gordon Waller - 1972 - Gordon

Mike Cooper - 1969 - Oh Really!?

Mourning Phase - 1971 - ST

Tea & Symphony - 1970 - Jo Sago

Thanks in advance for your disponibility

06 October, 2006 21:28  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Lizardson,

could you post this Gallery album?

Thanks in advance

08 October, 2006 06:23  
Anonymous master 3d said...

Hmm...My wish list!

1. Original Caste (tin solider album)

2. Wanderers - pipe dream

3. Third World - america the beautiful

4. Tin Tin - toast and marmalade
(the one with the song "she said ride"

5. Kevin Ayers - best of

6. Troll - animated music

7. A Very Strange Brew (self titled)

08 October, 2006 09:29  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Lizardson; you're the best. thank you very much for sharing so good music. We really appreciate it. I'll post again two hard to find gems:

-The Leopards - Kansas City Slickers (1977)
- Andy Pratt - Records are like life (1971).

Do you think it would be possible?
best wishes from Spain

08 October, 2006 19:07  
Blogger newelectricmuse said...

Dear Lizardson
Please could you post Spriguns - Time Will Pass?
Many thanks for your blog
Newelectricmuse

09 October, 2006 01:39  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Folly Bridge?

Many thanks.

09 October, 2006 03:56  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

do you have noah's ark by nic jones?
thank you

09 October, 2006 16:29  
Blogger Lizardson said...

noah's ark
http://fat-pam.blogspot.com/2006/09/nic-jones-noahs-ark-trap-uk-folk-1977.html
(Fat Pam blog)

09 October, 2006 18:18  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Lizardson,

I'm lookinf for Storyteller albums on Transatlantic label, if you have could you post these?

Best

11 October, 2006 07:22  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Albion (Country) Band albums would be greatly appreciated. I saw one in the upcominng - I am looking forward for it, but the more the better

thank you!

Alex

11 October, 2006 16:36  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,

i've two request to do:
Blackthorn - Same
Chilli Willi and The Red Hot Peppers - KINGS OF THE ROBOT RHYTHM & BONGOS OVER BALHAM

Take care

11 October, 2006 16:44  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Liz,

I've interested to the post of these album:

Skara Brae - 1971 - ST

Jan & Lorraine - 1969 - Gypsy People

Gerry Goffin - 1973 - It Ain't Exactly Entertainment

Please post them asap

Thanks a lot

12 October, 2006 20:45  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lizardson, thank you for the treasures! The recent Tomokawa post of his first album was amazing. Do you have any other seventies Japanese folk treasures? Musashino tampopo club? Hayakawa Yoshio's early solo album? Anything form 1969-1975 would be wonderful, and many will appreciate these as well I think!
Thank you so much for your effort!

13 October, 2006 07:38  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Lizardson,
I'm in searching of:
ROY HARPER - COME OUT FIGHTING GENGHIS SMITH...

Have you this album?
Could you post it?

Great blog
Best

14 October, 2006 01:21  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A great request for a great blog:re-post PERRY LEOPOLD. Thanks-alex.

14 October, 2006 06:55  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello again,

Thanks for posting all this great music !!!

Would you have BEN released on Vertigo???

16 October, 2006 14:51  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lighthouse 1970 Vertigo Records

Thanx

16 October, 2006 15:01  
Blogger Spider Lady said...

HI! LIZARDSON.
I always happy in this place..
Tanks a lot!!

I was looking for this album :
Bobbie gentry's first one.
"Ode to billy joe (1967)"

And thank you for Colin Hare, Evensong, Gwydion, The Sallyangie, an so on.

Also I Love theme whe're Ian Matthews, Heron, Nick drake, Waterfall, Martin Carthy, Dando Shaft.. ProgRock & Folk!!

Nice Music, Nice Blog And Nice Person!!

16 October, 2006 20:42  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for the great blog

i'm devoted to incredible string band.i'd like all theirs bootlegs
(the series bamore hoard and god's holyday) and the unofficial CDs of Robin Williamson
many thanks

16 October, 2006 20:55  
Anonymous master3d said...

I see none of the 7 i requested could be found (about 15 messages back)...so i thought i would try 2 others (even though they are not really folk rock).

1. Puzzle - 2nd album (they were a motown jazz soul band)

2. Eddie Jobson - zinc the green album (an electronic jazz album)

Good luck!

17 October, 2006 13:12  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi.
First, thanks! This is a great log with a lot of really good music. Also could you please reupload the Sandy Denny record "The North Star Grassman and the Ravens"

17 October, 2006 19:41  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for all posts, I enjoy them very much!

Viewing you request page I wonder why no one seems to be interested in the "Stone Angel" and "Wooden O" records. So I now ask you to post them soon!
thanks again...

Stone Angel - 1975 - The Holy Rood of Bromholm [Live]
Stone Angel - 2001 - East of the Sun
Wooden O - 1971 - Handful of Pleasant Delites

17 October, 2006 21:46  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A great request for a great blog: LOVE BAND-THE ONENESS SPACE / LIVING LOVE (70'S hippie folk psych) Thanks-NATURE BOY

18 October, 2006 23:01  
Anonymous subcommandante_marcos said...

hi, JD blackfoot - the ultimate prophecy, been deleted from a pound forabrown blog, any chance of an up here?
regards

18 October, 2006 23:10  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

St. Judas - St. Judas [Pre- John St. Field (a.k.a. Jackie Leven) album]
Thanks, thanks, thanks!!!

19 October, 2006 18:21  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kaamos - Deeds and Talks (1977) (Finish band)

19 October, 2006 19:55  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Appaloosa 1969
Underrated!
Thanks

19 October, 2006 21:42  
Anonymous Andy said...

I'd love to hear the Bill Fay album you've got listed. I've heard Wilco do a cover from this album and would be interested to hear the original.

20 October, 2006 07:48  
Blogger GRAVETOS & BERLOTAS said...

Thanks for Greatest Show On Earth,
I'm a great fan from Be-Bop Deluxe and, if it's possible, I'd like to download the following CDs:"FUTURAMA", "SUNBURST FINISH" and "DRASTIC PLASTIC".
I'm from Brazil and these cds are so expensive.
Thanks once again.

20 October, 2006 12:16  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a wonderful blog. I've been collecting this music for years and there's still masses of stuff here I've never heard before.
REQUEST - could you repost the NICK DRAKE GUEST WORKS??
many thanks
C

20 October, 2006 17:31  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Elmer's Gantry's Velvet Opera? there is a copy available on another blog, but it sounds quite bad ( well, to me anyway - lowbitrate)

21 October, 2006 09:22  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Electronic hole - S/T , cannot find it anywhere , all blog links expired/deleted.

21 October, 2006 10:09  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great site. Your collection is excellent. Could you please repost pidgeon and the new humblebums if you get the chance. Thanks.

21 October, 2006 23:19  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Liz,

please post the following:
11.59 (Eleven Fifty Nine) - 1974 - Our Sacrifice of Praise
Ian Campbell Folk Group - 1969 - with Dave Swarbrick
Ian Campbell Folk Group - 1970 - The Sun is Burning
Krysia - 1974 – ST
Madrigal - 1973 - Beneath the Greenwood Tree
Marie Little - 1972 - ST

Have a great weekend

22 October, 2006 02:24  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Liz,

i've two request to do:
Jim Capaldi - Whale Meat Again
Jim Capaldi - Short Cut Draw Blood

Thanks for your patience

22 October, 2006 03:11  
Blogger Spider Lady said...

HI..

Could You Post..
I Was Looking For Folk Singer Richard George Farina'S Music For Years.
Especially That Moments When Richard George Farina and His Wife sung togather.
I Request : "Richard & Mimi Farina"'s First Albume - Celebrations for a Grey Day (1965)

Thanking you in anticipation...

P.S.
THANKS YOU FOR POST 'BOBBIE GENTRY' I Requested.)

22 October, 2006 03:32  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, I'm desperately looking for anything of the Band "Hi-Fi"
by Ian Matthews and David Surkamp/Doug Rayburn (former Members of Pavlov's Dog).

Thanks for all your great work.

Phil

22 October, 2006 07:34  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

please, put more irish folk and celtic bands.
CArlos
Brazil
NNNNIIIIICCCCCEEEEEE BLOG

22 October, 2006 08:31  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi!
For long time I've been searching for Oliver - Standing Stone beutiful album with no success.The only one link I had found was dead.Please can you help me and upload if you have this rare gem!?

22 October, 2006 15:24  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ecxellent site!
Any chance to post Back Door's first album ripped from CD?
Thanks
Dave

23 October, 2006 15:01  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great site and the reposts. I'm going to search for the reissues. Could you please repost magna carta-lord of the ages and strawbs-preserves uncanned if you get the chance. Thanks.

24 October, 2006 03:56  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, can you post The Beatles boot "Arrive Without Aging". I downloaded it from http://corneliussaid.blogspot.com/ but it was all corrupt!
And.. .any Dr. Ebbetts is also greatly welcomed.

Thanks for all the great music!

24 October, 2006 09:09  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great music, thanks.
Please re-post Gerry Rafferty "Can I Have My Money Back".

I'd appreciate it if you could find the first Pyewackett album titled "Pyewackett" (from 1981).

Also a few selections from your Coming? list:
Maddy Prior & Tim Hart - Summer Solstice
Planxty - Words & Music
Planxty - Cold Blow & The Rainy Night

24 October, 2006 16:36  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the opportunity :)
So what about DC Nein and/or Tokyo Olympics?

24 October, 2006 20:58  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Lizardson,

Do you have or have you heard Hard Cash,1989-90 featuring Richard Thompson, the Watersons, Martin Carthy, June Tabor? Had been written for a BBC documentary but never shown. I have a vinyl copy that an ex-house mate scratched to death while drunk!

Thanks for everything.

25 October, 2006 10:48  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

THOMAS F. BROWNE "Wednesday's Child" 1971 lp

25 October, 2006 23:46  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amazing blog. Any chance of re-posting the Eclection album?

Many thanks

Dubley

26 October, 2006 04:08  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Liz,

could you post Formerly Fat Harry and Marie Celeste?

All the best
Joe

26 October, 2006 05:54  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,

I love your blog! I have downloaded several days worth of music already, and check daily for more. I really appreciate it.

Do you have "Under the Tree" by Shide and Acorn? I found "Princess of the Island" and "Legend of the Dream Stones" on other blog sites - the only one left for me to hear is "Under the Tree." That's my request! Yoroshiku!

26 October, 2006 07:58  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you have any Shide and Acorn? Specifically, I am looking for "Under the Tree." I found other Shide and Acorn records on other blogs, and really enjoyed them, but this record seems very rare.

I love your blog! Thanks for all your hard work, I am learning a lot about folk music.

26 October, 2006 09:27  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I never cease to be amazed at the wealth of music that you have acquired.
Please post Jack the Lad - Rough Diamonds (in your Coming? list) and/or any other Jack the Lad.
Thanks

26 October, 2006 15:07  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great stuff! Any chance you can re-post the F.J. McMahon record? Thanks!

27 October, 2006 04:02  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations for your blog. excellent taste. Dou you have any boys of the lough. the albums that you posted, of course, I have.
Please
best reggards

28 October, 2006 05:56  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please re-post Alan Hull - Pipedreams. Thanks

28 October, 2006 10:26  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Savage Grace ca. 1970 with a song called Lady Rain

29 October, 2006 06:13  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi
what a great site
could you please post Duncan Brownes Wild Places and Streets of Fire And Folk Och Rackare

Rgds

30 October, 2006 02:35  

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