terça-feira, 31 de dezembro de 2019

Somente Para Bozómions IV



Faltou só o BOZO pescando com os amigos enquanto a esposa cuida do próprio nariz.

Dean Ford - This Scottish Heart


















Dean Ford - This Scottish Heart - 2018

Dean Ford (born Thomas McAleese; 5 September 1946 – 31 December 2018) was a Scottish singer and songwriter best known for his tenure as lead vocalist and frontman of the beat pop group Marmalade from 1966 to 1974. Ford (credited as McAleese) co-wrote the group's worldwide hit "Reflections of My Life" with fellow band member Junior Campbell. "Reflections of My Life" has sold more than two million units globally, and in 1998 the writers were awarded a Special Citation of Achievement by BMI for attaining radio broadcast performances in excess of one million in the U.S. alone.

01. A New Day
02. Little Man
03. Running Out of Time
04. Natasha
05. The Blue Angel
06. Butterflies in June
07. Until the Day I Die
08. I Got You
09. God Is
10. Precious Little Boy
11. Merry Go Round
12. Cowboy Joe
13. Restless Heart
14. He's an Angel
15. Left My Heart in Mexico
16. When Will It End
17. Dreamland
18. Glasgow Road
19. This Scottish Heart
20. Glasgow Night
21. Bonnie Mary
22. Made in Scotland
23. A Song for Mary
24. Nineteen Fifty Three
25. Daddy
26. Buddy, Roy and Dion
27. Blue Horizon
28. Callander
29. For MacDougall
30. Reflections of My Life





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quinta-feira, 26 de dezembro de 2019

Corky Laing's Mountain ‎- Live In Mell (re-post)

















Corky Laing's Mountain ‎- Live In Mell- 2017

Corky Laing was an original member of Mountain. As is so common these days, there have been several versions of the band carrying on their music and traditions. This double CD set was recorded in 2016 on the German Sleighride tour. The sound quality is definitely good, but not great. There is a lot of stage talk, telling stories and the like on this set. Beyond that we get some classic Mountain songs, a couple Cream tunes and more all delivered in style. This is a great live album, really.



CD 1
01. Introducion
02. Silver Paper
03. Dreams Of Milk And Honey
04. Long Red
05. Never In My Life
06. Nantucket Sleighride
07. Mississippi Queen
08. Theme From An Imaginary Western
09. Like A Rollin' Stone (Drum Solo)


CD 2
01. Introducing
02. Don't Look Around
03. Sittin' On A Rainbow
04. For Yasgur's Farm
05. Travellin' In The Dark
06. Politician
07. Sunshine Of Your Love
08. The Doctor

Corky Laing - Drums, Vocals
Phil Baker - Guitar, Vocals
Joe Venti - Bass, Vocals




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segunda-feira, 23 de dezembro de 2019

Third World - AIYE-KETA (Steve Winwood, Remi Kabaka, Abdul Amao) (re-re-re-post)


















Third World - AIYE-KETA (Steve Winwood, Remi Kabaka, Abdul Amao)  - 1973
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In 1973, while Winwood was on hiatus from Traffic due to illness, he took part in a reggae trio called The Third World. It was a one-off project, not to be confused with the better-known, long-running reggae band of the same name. His two collaborators were African musicians Remi Kabaka (who had played with Winwood in Ginger Baker's Air Force) and Abdul Lasisi Amao (a founding member of the African worldbeat group Osibisa). Their one and only album Aiye-Keta was produced by Winwood, who also played keyboards, lead guitar, and moog synthesizer. The lead vocals were done by Kabaka (who wrote all of the songs), but the album is mostly instrumental. The reggae sound is relatively spare, while Winwood's spacey keyboards add a fairly predictable Traffic-like flavor. Aiye-Keta is listenable but unsurprising. "Irin-Ajo" is the high point. Note: some later printings of the album gave artist billing to the three members instead of to Third World, possibly to avoid confusion with that other band

01. Happy Vibes
02. Irin-Ajo
03. Black Beauty
04. Afro Super
05. Shango

Steve Winwood - Lead guitar, Percussion, Moog, Vocals
Abdul Lasisi Amao (Osibisa) - Sax, Flute, Congas, Percussion, Vocals
Remi Kabaka (Ginger Baker’s Airforce), Lead Vocals, Piano, Drums, Congas, African Drums, Rhythm Guitar, Moog Drum



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sexta-feira, 20 de dezembro de 2019

Ronnie Lane - The US Years (1987-1992)


















Ronnie Lane - The US Years (1987-1992) - 2019

Much loved mod, rock 'n' roll and blues folk roots singer, songwriter, bassist and guitar player.
​Well known for his membership in the prominent English rock bands Small Faces (1965-69), Faces (1970-73) and Slim Chance (1974-mid 80's) and his ​prolific body of work ​and multiple collaborations with other world-class artists and musicians.​

01. Ooh La la (Live In Texas / 1988)
02. Rio Grande (Live In Texas / 1988)
03. Nowhere To Run (Live On KLBJ / 1987)
04. Annie (Live On KLBJ / 1987)
05. Buddy Can You Spare A Dime? (Live On KLBJ / 1989)
06. You're So Rude (Live On KUT / 1988)
07. Dirty Rice (Live At The Back Room Austin / 1987) [feat. The Tremors & Bobby Keys]
08. Winning With Women (Live On KUT / 1988)
09. Ooh La la (Live At The Back Room Austin / 1987) [feat. The Tremors & Bobby Keys]
10. Don’t Try 'n' Change My Mind (Live In Japan / 1990)
11. Glad And Sorry (Live In Japan / 1990)
12. Just For A Moment (Live In Japan / 1990)
13. Spiritual Babe (Houston Demo)
14. King Of The Lazy World (Studio Session)
15. Peaches (Arlyn Studio Session / 1989)
16. Sally Anne (Arlyn Studio Session / 1989)
17. Spiritual Babe (Arlyn Studio Session / 1989)
18. Hearts Of Oak (Arlyn Studio Session / 1989)
19. Strongbear's Daughter (Arlyn Studio Session / 1989)



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sexta-feira, 13 de dezembro de 2019

Spirit - Two Sides Of A Rainbow - Live At The Rainbow - 2CD Remastered Edition


















Spirit - Two Sides Of A Rainbow - Live At The Rainbow - 2CD Remastered Edition - 2019

In March 1978, Spirit undertook a series of shows in Germany and the UK with a line-up of RANDY CALIFORNIA (guitar, lead vocals), LARRY “FUZZY” KNIGHT (bass, vocals) and ED CASSIDY (drums). The shows performed by the trio were outstanding, but perhaps the most memorable was the set performed at The Rainbow in London. With a sold out venue, the band performed such classic songs as Mr. Skin, Animal Zoo, 1984, Nature’s Way, All the Same and I Got a Line on You. Spirit also performed six encores including covers of All Along the Watchtower, Stone Free and Wild Thing. Recorded with the intention of releasing a live album, it was found the multi-track tapes had some problems and so Randy California elected to repair the issues when compiling the single album Live Spirit (released the following year and drawing upon recordings made in London and elsewhere).

Fortunately, a separate recording was made using a feed from the front of house sound desk and from these tapes it has been possible to prepare a record of the band’s entire performance on 11th March 1978. TWO SIDES OF A RAINBOW – Live at the Rainbow 1978 has been compiled by Spirit archivist and custodian Mick Skidmore and also features nine newly remastered bonus tracks drawn from the Live Spirit album.

This release also features a new essay by Mick Skidmore and has recollections from Larry “Fuzzy” Knight”. The package also features many photographs from the period. TWO SIDES OF A RAINBOW – Live at the Rainbow 1978 is a fine tribute to the trio incarnation of a wonderful band at their peak.

DISC ONE - LIVE AT THE RAINBOW THEATRE, MARCH 1978 - THE BOARD MIX
01. RAINBOW JAM ELECTRO JAM
02. MR. SKIN
03. NATURE’S WAY
04. LIKE A ROLLING STONE
05. HOLLYWOOD DREAM
06. ANIMAL ZOO
07. 1984
08. HEY JOE
09. LOOKING DOWN
10. LOVE CHARGED
11. ALL THE SAME
12. I GOT A LINE ON YOU

DISC TWO - LIVE AT THE RAINBOW THEATRE, MARCH 1978 - THE ENCORES
01. ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER
02. DOWNER
03. TURN TO THE RIGHT
04. RAINBOW JAM ELECTRO JAM RETURN
05. STONE FREE
06. WILD THING

LIVE SPIRIT (US RELEASE)
MULTI TRACK MIX WITH OVERDUBS
07. ROCK AND ROLL PLANET (LIVE SPIRIT VERSION)
08. NATURE’S WAY (LIVE SPIRIT VERSION)
09. ANIMAL ZOO (LIVE SPIRIT VERSION)
10. 1984 (LIVE SPIRIT VERSION)
11. LOOKING DOWN (LIVE SPIRIT VERSION)
12. ALL THE SAME (LIVE SPIRIT VERSION)
13. I GOT A LINE ON YOU (LIVE SPIRIT VERSION)
14. THESE ARE WORDS (LIVE SPIRIT VERSION)
15. HOLLYWOOD DREAM (LIVE SPIRIT VERSION)



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segunda-feira, 9 de dezembro de 2019

Shawn Phillips - Continuance



















Shawn Phillips - Continuance - 2018

from bongoboyrecords
Being primarily influential within the 1960's and 1970's American folk rock musician Shawn Phillips has released his most latest album to date titled "Continuance". The guitarist, vocalist and sitar player, has released what some call daring, socially conscious, and expressive piece of his time. That said, the musician has mixed together hard rock, blues, funk, jazz, classical and new age into such an experience of style is simply enthralling yet unreal even.

Never hearing any of his previous works prior to this album, the album stood out for itself. Capturing that experience of essence that showcased raw but impressive talent for Shawn Phillips. It being his 26th solo effort release in fact. Take for instance such tracks as "Back To The Fusion", "Dancing In Survival", "Mirror Of Light", and "The Force That We Call Life", all captivate this eeriness of tone, that makes the vocalization so moving, the instrumentation just keeps it altogether for the faith of the music.

Like the melodies displayed captures this tone that depicts what was said before, except some how it makes the music just more empowered and gripping. Vocals can be spread far and wide, intertwining within the music of the instruments, that it appears as if at times, the music never wants to end. When it does come to an ending point, you are taken a back to the sounds that were just heard, wanting to hit replay if not eagerly wanting more of his works that is Shawn Phillips.

When it comes down to it, the material at hand, sounds very stable with lots of progression and talent of experience thrown across it. This release showcasing such works, that the material never gets old or faded, it becomes fresher with each hear through. Shawn Phillips being an artistic musician of his lifetime, that will hold up to what he does best, with creating such creative pieces of art, that is made into what many know as music. “Continuance”, is an album for the current timing, that says so much, there is nothing left to be said of it really.

01. Life
02. The Force That We Call Life
03. Tribute to D
04. Man with a Gun
05. Furious Desperation
06. C’Mon Round
07. Song For a Thief
08. Bach to the Fusion
09. In Grace We Intend
10. Dancing in Survival
11. Mirror of Light
12. Some Things Will Never Change

Shawn Philipps - Vocals, Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
Josh Seguin - Lead Guitar
Anthony Crawford - Bass
Sebastian Persini - Drums
Brockett Parsons - Keyboards
Danny Janklow - Saxophone
Jonathan McCuen - Guitar on C'Mon Round



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sábado, 7 de dezembro de 2019

sexta-feira, 6 de dezembro de 2019

The Who - WHO (Bonus Tracks)



















The Who - WHO  (Bonus Tracks) - 2019

BE FAST!!!

01. All This Music Must Fade
02. Ball and Chain
03. I Don’t Wanna Get Wise
04. Detour
05. Beads On One String
06. Hero Ground Zero
07. Street Song
08. I'll Be Back
09. Break The News
10. Rockin' In Rage
11. She Rocked My Worl

Bonus:
12. This Gun Will Misfire
13. Got Nothing To Prove
14. Danny And My Ponies




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domingo, 1 de dezembro de 2019

The New Lou Reeds ‎- Screwed


















The New Lou Reeds ‎– Screwed - 2003

from spacecityrock.com
There's nothing wrong with ambition. If a man doesn't take himself seriously -- not to say self-seriously -- then who will? It's rare to see a genius who isn't convinced of it himself. If one displays these convictions, however, it behooves one to have the courage of them, as well. Case in point: if your band is named after one of the single most important men in the history of American independent music, and you name one of your songs after someone ("Peter Laughner") who might have been another, then you owe it to yourself to take a chance or two with your music. More if you can.

Stephe DK of the New Lou Reeds doesn't seem interested in taking chances. It's not so much that his music isn't listenable; it's more that his ambition seems to reach no further than namedropping -- the music can be lumped without much difficulty with the latter-day white blues that has become so prevalent in the past three or four years. Trendiness aside (rather a kind move on our part), the reason for this music to exist is flimsy. Well, that's not really fair; music that's simply about life and death and hanging around in bars is something that people need. It helps them make sense of their lives, and I don't want to sound like I'm discounting the value of that kind of thing. But it's the music in general that's really important, rather than any particular artist or even any particular song.

You can't make a name for yourself playing music of no distinction, even if its pedigree is right. And the Reeds' cause is not advanced by songs like "Teenage Metalhead," which idiotically pays tribute to the most pointless, embarrassing and small-minded tendencies of rock-n-roll. I can't say that I hate this record, but perhaps the unkindest cut for Screwed is that the answer to the million-dollar question "does this rock?" is a resounding "sorta.

01. The Gutter
02. Stranded In Ashland
03. Teenage Metalhead
04. Hate Fest
05. The Foreigner
06. Gone Fishin'
07. Brighton Beach
08. Home Town Hero
09. Leave Him For Me
10. (I Felt Like) Woody Allen
11. Interlude
12. Peter Laughner



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