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Epsilon - Epsilon Off 1974 (Germany, Funk/Pop Rock)

Posted: 17 Aug 2019 06:51 AM PDT
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Исполнитель: Epsilon

Откуда: Germany

Альбом: Epsilon Off

Год выхода: 1974

Жанр: Funk/Pop Rock

Формат: MP3 CBR 320

Размер архива: 87.3 МB

Третий альбом (последний).

Tracks:

01. Ive Been Moving 4:14

02. A New Day 3:28

03. On The Road 5:49

04. Ode To John 3:54

05. Behind The Boarder 1:13

06. Logo-Motive 5:46

07. Lets Sit Down 3:41

08. Open Your Eyes 3:05

09. Sadness 3:44

10. I Know Now 3:09

Personnel:

Michael Winzkowski lead vocals (01-04, 06-10), acoustic guitar (01, 02,
06-08, 10), electric guitar (01-04, 08-10), percussion (03, 06, 07)

Johan Daansen lead vocals (02), acoustic guitar (01, 05, 07, 10), electric
guitar (01-04, 08, 10), piano (02), percussion (03, 04, 09), Fender rhodes
piano (06), Hohner piano (09), backing vocals (01, 02, 06, 07, 10)

Heinrich Mohn bass (01-04, 06-10)

Hartmut Pfannmüller drums (01-04, 06, 08-10), percussion (01, 06, 10),
backing vocals (02)

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Richard Bergmann trombone (06)

Conny Jackel trumpet (06)

Ralph Wildheiss flute



Enjoy

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The Rolling Stones - How Britain Got The Blues 2010 (UK, Rhythm &
Blues/Rock & Roll/Blues Rock)

Posted: 16 Aug 2019 11:06 PM PDT
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Исполнитель: The Rolling Stones

Откуда: England

Альбом: How Britain Got The Blues [Bootleg]

Год выхода: 2010 (recorded in 1961-1964)

Жанр: Rhythm & Blues/Rock & Roll/Blues Rock

Формат: MP3 CBR 320

Размер архива: 175 МB
A great compilation of obscure 1961-1964 recordings. What will pique the
interest of the hardcore Stones aficionado the most are the first eight
tracks: the very earliest Rolling Stones recordings, which have rarely, if
ever surfaced on other CDs. The first four songs are labeled as dating from
a tape of Little Boys Blue, a pre-Rolling Stones lineup of the group,
recorded (probably at a private rehearsal) in late 1961. Dick Taylor (later
of the Pretty Things), guitarist Bob Beckwith, and Allen Etherington (on
maracas) were part of Little Boys Blue on this recording. While the track
listings are vague as to what actual future members of the Stones also
participated, its certain that Mick Jaggers on lead vocals, and possible
that Keith Richards and Brian Jones are on the guitars. Included are
unreleased versions of the Jagger-Richards compositions It Should Be You
and My Only Girl (aka That Girl Belongs To Yesterday). Theres also Leave Me
Alone, a Jagger-Richards original not released by anyone! Theres also the
unreleased studio effort Goodbye Girl, a routine blues-rocker dated as
having been recorded in November 1964 and written by Bill Wyman. While
these are no doubt fascinating for the Stones fan, as well as historically
important, the subsequent 24 BBC session tracks are better music. Those BBC
performances include many songs that didnt appear on the groups early
releases, such as covers like Roll Over Beethoven (a different version than
a more commonly circulated one also recorded around this time for another
BBC session), Meet Me In The Bottom, Jimmy Reeds Aint That Loving You Baby,
High Heel Sneakers, and Bo Diddleys Crackin Up. The fidelity on these is
generally very good, with the performances different enough from the studio
versions to make them quite interesting!

Tracks:

01. Little Queenie 4:40

02. Beautiful Delilah 2:20

03. Down The Road Apiece 2:15

04. I Aint Got You [Late 1961, Dartford, South London] 2:03

05. Leave Me Alone [November 20 & 21, 1963, London, Regent Sound Studios]
1:50

06. Goodbye Girl [November 8, 1964, Chicago, Chess Studios] 2:09

07. It Should Be You [November 20 & 21, 1963, London, Regent Sound
Studios] 1:38

08. That Girl Belongs To Yesterday [November 20 & 21, 1963, London, Regent
Sound Studios] 2:01

09. Aint That Loving You Baby [October 8, 1964, BBC London] 1:54

10. Dont Lie To Me 1:44

11. Mona 2:13

12. Walking The Dog 2:36

13. Bye Bye Johnny 2:11

14. I Wanna Be Your Man [February 8, 1964, BBC Saturday Club] 1:50

15. Roll Over Beethoven [March 8, 1964, BBC Saturday Club] 2:20

16. Little By Little 2:30

17. I Just Wanna Make Love To You 2:16

18. Im Movin On [April 10, 1964, BBC Joe Loss Pop Show] 2:06

19. Not Fade Away 2:03

20. Beautiful Delilah 2:09

21. High Heeled Sneakers [April 18, 1964, BBC Saturday Club] 2:33

22. Meet Me In The Bottom 2:44

23. You Can Make It If You Try 2:13

24. Route 66 2:27

25. Confessing The Blues 3:00

26. Down The Road Apiece [June 6, 1964, BBC Saturday Club] 2:05

27. Its All Over Now 3:29

28. If You Need Me 2:01

29. Carol [July 17, 1964, BBC Joe Loss Pop Show] 2:39

30. Around And Around 2:48

31. I Cant Be Satisfied 2:32

32. Crackin Up [July 23, 1964, BBC Top Gear] 2:20

Tracks 1-4 home recordings, Bexleyheath, Kent, late 1961 or early 1962

Tracks 4-8 studio outtakes 1963/1964

Tracks 9-32 BBC radio appearances

Personnel:

Mick Jagger vocals

Keith Richards guitar

Brian Jones guitar

Bill Wyman bass

Charlie Watts drums

Ian Stewart piano

Bob Beckwith guitar (01-04)

Allen Etherington maracas (01-04)

Dick Taylor guitar & drums (01-04)



Enjoy

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