Tuesday, April 27, 2010

DMCA

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Global Village Trucking Company (1975)

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

by ericbkk

Kathy Smith - 2 (1971)



KS was part of the California 60s folkie scene. She's supposed to have coined the phrase "love generation." She appeared at the IOW Festival in 1970.
She recorded a couple of albums for Ritchie Havens' short-lived Stormy Forest label. The first was
re-issued in 2007, but this one has never been released on CD, so is perforce a vinyl rip.
An interesting listen, from the Joni Mitchell/Judy Collins school.


Tracklist:
1.Lady Of Lavender
2.It's Taking So Long
3.Rock & Roll Star
4.Willie
5.Fly Off With The Wind
6.Seven Virgins
7.For Emile
8.Travel In A Circle
9.Blessed Be The People


Personnel:
Don Alias ; Drums & Percusssion
Warren Bernhardt ; Keyboads
Gerry Germont ; Bass
Jan Hammer ; Keyboads
Leslie Jones ; Guitar
Bill La Vorgna ; Drums & Percusssion
Tony Levin ; Bass
Donald McDonald ; Drums & Percusssion
Don Sarlin ; Guitar & Soul
Jimmie Spheeris ; Pa Pa Umau & Insanity
Jeremy Steig ; Flute
Daniel Ben Zebulon


DL MP3 @ 192 kbps

Some KS info here:
http://singersong.homestead.com/KathySmith.html


Anyone interested in KS's other album could do worse than check out AvaxHome.

Monday, April 19, 2010

by Brian Andrew Marek

The Vertigo Swirl - A New Swirled Record (2010)


In late 2009, "Manik" Myk Thompson suggested we revive our long dormant collaboration with some recording of an experimental/psychedelic nature. I countered by suggesting that we do so with the goal of a recording a second album under The Vertigo Swirl identity. We began with a day of improvisation that yielded "Jeremy's First Flight", "Third Sun from the Stone" and the compositional beginnings of "The Megalith". I added my contributions to some tracks that Myk had begun at home ("We've Got Electricity", "Molehill Sherpa", "Loneliness Is a Choice" and "Got Yer Back") while he, in turn, added guitar to my own pet projects ("You Belong in Outer Space" and "The Megalith"), a couple of guest performers did their thing and, voila, we had a new swirled record - eight paths of excess trod by two psychedelic brothers in arms.

DL (new link)

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Steve Waring

Steve Waring – le banjo américain – 1973



01-Shady grove
02-Cripple Joe
03-King William's march
04-Old Molly hare
05-Suzanna's french doodle
06-900 miles
07-John Henry
08-Georgie Buck
09-Hotfoot hen
10-Cinq minutes quarante [et une] secondes
11-Smokey city blues


musiciens :
Lamine Conté : kora
Anne-Marie Waring : cuillères
Claude Lefebvre : guitare
Phil Fromont : violon
Mary Roads : dulcimer
Steve Potts : saxophone
Kent Carter : basse


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Thursday, April 08, 2010

Stephen Ambrose

Gypsy Moth (1972)



Ed Abner ; Guitar (Steel)
Steve Ambrose ; Guitar
Jerry Carrigan ; Percussion, Drums
Fred Carter ; Guitar
Bee Bee Cruiser ; Keyboards
Kenny Edwards ; Bass, Harmonica, Mandolin
Gene Farfin ; Percussion, Drums
Don Gallucci ; Keyboards, Producer
Andrew Gold ; Guitar, Guitar (Electric)
Weldon Myrick ; Guitar (Steel)
Dave Powell ; Guitar, Keyboards
Steve Schaffer ; Bass

DL (vinyl rip ogg)


Posted first at: The Analog Hole Is My Ear ... beats & spirits (no longer available)

Huckle

huckle said...
hi. yeah there's more huckle music at http://hucklesownhomepage.com. cheers, huckle

Huckle - Wild Blue Yonder (on THTM)

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Friday, April 02, 2010

Dave Ellis

Eddy from Belgium said...
Hi, I saw Dave Ellis perfom in Brussels, Belgium in 72 or 73 and was blown away by his fantastic show and guitar playing. Immediately bought the album, but I don't have it anymore. Any chance of a re-post? I still remember him play an amazing Robert Johnson-blues as an encore + a great instrumental using retuned harmonics!
Keep up the good work, I find your blogspot a great help as I'm rebuilding a lost collection of old folk lp's...
thanks a lot
Eddy, Belgium

Dave Ellis said...
I remember that trip to Belgium! You can buy my old Dave Ellis 'Album' remastered on CD for £15 from http://www.daveandboo.com/onlineshop.html#anchordavealbum
I'd appreciate it if you had a listen to what I'm doing now with Boo Howard while you're there... it's depressing when people don't want to listen to something more up to date. I've never played better!

Dave Ellis - Album (on THTM)


Thanks for your comment, Dave!
"Album" is one of my top 10 favorite album :) 

Scott Appel

SCOTT APPEL (covers) Road by NICK DRAKE



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Rocking Chair

Tchello said...
This is folk from Brazil! Please, check our page:
www.youtube.com/rockingchairmusic

Cheers,
Tchello Palma




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