Friday, April 24, 2015

Ian Gillan Band - Clear Air Turbulence (1977) (Vinyl 1st press)

Year: 1977 (LP 1977 1st Press)
Label: Island Records (UK), ILPS 9500
Style: Hard Rock, Jazz Rock
Country: UK
Time: 40:57
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1
Size: 265 Mb

Clear Air Turbulence is the second studio album by British jazz-rock fusion band Ian Gillan Band, released in 1977 with cover by Chris Foss. The album was initially worked on during the period July 1976 to September 1976. A UK tour was promoted, though all of the dates were cancelled until April 1977 in order that the new album could be rerecorded and remixed at Kingsway Recorders, London.
Ian Gillan – vocals
Colin Towns – keyboards and flutes
John Gustafson – bass guitar and vocals (ex Quatermass, The Big Three and Roxy Music)
Ray Fenwick – guitars and vocals (The Spencer Davis Group from (1967 - 1969)
Mark Nauseef – drums and percussion (Thin Lizzy, The Velvet Underground,  Elf (group of Ronnie James Dio)

Matrix sideA: ILPS 9500 A2 EG BilBo, sideB: ILPS 9500 B2 EG BilBo - Master Room.

01. A1 Clear Air Turbulence (07:37)
02. A2 Five Moons (07:30)
03. A3 Money Lender (05:39)
04. B1 Over The Hill (07:21)
05. B2 Goodhand Liza (05:27)
06. B3 Angel Manchenio (07:19)

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Thursday, April 23, 2015

Deep Purple - Singles A's and B's (1978) (Vinyl)

Year: 1978 (LP 1983)
Label: Balkanton Records (Bulgaria), BTA 11244
Style: Hard Rock
Country: UK
Time: 48:02
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1
Size: 284 Mb

Musicians Side A:
Ritchie Blackmore - guitar
Rod Evans - lead vocals
Jon Lord - organ, keyboards, backing vocals
Ian Paice - drums
Nick Simper - bass, backing vocals

Musicians Side B:
Ritchie Blackmore - guitar
Ian Gillan - vocals
Roger Glover - bass
Jon Lord - keyboards, Hammond organ
Ian Paice - drums

01. A1 Hush (04:28)
02. A2 One More Rainy Day (03:41)
03. A3 Emmaretta (03:02)
04. A4 Wring That Neck (05:15)
05. A5 Hallelujah (03:45)
06. A6 April Part 1 (03:57)
07. B1 Black Night (03:31)
08. B2 Speed King (04:29)
09. B3 Strange Kind Of Woman (03:53)
10. B4 I'm Alone (03:07)
11. B5 Demon's Eye (05:23)
12. B6 Fireball (03:26)

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Sunday, April 19, 2015

Buffalo - Dead Forever (1972) (CD, Lossless)

Year: 1972 (CD 2006)
Label: Aztec Music (Australia)
Style: Hard Rock
Country: Australia
Time: 65:09
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1
Size: 447 Mb

In May 1972 they issued their debut single, "Suzie Sunshine", which was written by Baxter and Peter Brett. It was followed in the next month by their debut album, Dead Forever..., which was produced by Spencer Lee. Both the single and album sold well with the album sales reaching 25,000. This was despite commercial radio virtually blacklisting the band – they received little airplay prior to the emergence of public radio stations (such as Triple J and 3RRR) in the mid-1970s. Australian musicologist, Ian McFarlane, described the album's cover as "controversial" in that it depicted "a mournful, blood-soaked face peering through the eye socket of a skull" while buyers were advised to "Play this album LOUD". After Dead Forever... appeared, Milano left, and Jimmy Economou replaced Balbi on drums. In mid-January 1973 Buffalo supported Black Sabbath at two Sydney shows on the Australian leg of the United Kingdom heavy rockers' Volume IV Tour. According to Australian rock music journalist, Ed Nimmervoll, "The seeds for Australian heavy rock can be traced back to two important sources, Billy Thorpe's Seventies Aztecs and Sydney band Buffalo, who came from the Black Sabbath/Uriah Heep school, and were signed to the same label as those groups (Vertigo) in Australia".
Dead Forever... is the debut album for Australian proto-Heavy Metal band Buffalo, recorded and originally released in 1972. Considered by some to be the first Australian heavy metal album, Dead Forever... also strongly displayed the band's progressive rock and psychedelic influences. Significantly, it was the first release by a non-British and non-European artist on the legendary Vertigo label. The album was remastered and reissued in March 2006 by Australian record label Aztec Music on CD with additional tracks, including an A-side and B-side released by the pre-Buffalo outfit Head.

01. Leader (06:03)
02. Suzie Sunshine (02:53)
03. Pay My Dues (05:34)
04. I'm a Mover (10:46)
05. Ballad of Irving Fink (04:30)
06. Bean Stew (07:05)
07. Forest Rain (06:30)
08. Dead Forever (05:39)
09. Hobo (A-side) (02:46)
10. Sad Song, Then (B-side) (02:37)
11. No Particular Place to Go (B-side) (04:53)
12. Just a Little Rock And Roll (A-side) (02:24)
13. Barbershop Rock (B-side) (03:24)

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Buffalo - Volcanic Rock (1973) (CD, Lossless)

Year: 1973 (CD 2005)
Label: Aztec Music (Australia)
Style: Hard Rock
Country: Australia
Time: 47:27
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1
Size: 345 Mb

Buffalo were an Australian rock band formed in August 1971 by founding mainstay Dave Tice on lead vocals (ex-Head). Fellow founders, also from Head, were Paul Balbi on drums, John Baxter on guitar, and Peter Wells on bass guitar; together with Alan Milano on lead vocals (ex-Mandala).
Volcanic Rock is the second album for Australian proto-heavy metal band Buffalo, recorded and originally released in 1973 on the Vertigo label. The album was stylistically a much harder, heavier and rawer release than its predecessor (Dead Forever...) – marking a move away from the band's previous progressive rock influences, although retaining a psych element to their sound. Volcanic Rock had been recorded effectively as a live-in-the-studio effort, with only vocal and additional guitar overdubs added later during the recording sessions.

01. Sunrise (Come My Way) (05:01)
02. Freedom (09:03)
03. Till My Death (05:39)
04. The Prophet (07:26)
05. Intro - Pound of Flesh (04:33)
06. Shylock (05:54)
07. Sunrise (Come My Way) (Single Version) (03:44)
08. Shylock (Live Version) (06:02)

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Lucifer's Friend - Banquet (1974) (Repertoire CD, Lossless)

Year: 1974 (CD 1994)
Label: Repertoire Records (Germany), IMS 7017
Style: Rock
Country: Germany - UK
Time: 38:49
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1
Size: 268 Mb

In 1969 after a tour with his past band called Stonewall, the British-born singer John Lawton went to live to Germany, there he met Peter Hesslein, Dieter Horns, Peter Hecht, and Joachim Reitenbach, they were members of a band called The German Bonds, the five joined together to record an album under the band name of Asterix in 1970 and soon they changed their name to Lucifer's Friend, continuing their career under that name onwards.

01. Spanish Galleon (11:52)
02. Thus Spoke Oberon (06:47)
03. High Flying Lady - Goodbye (03:43)
04. Sorrow (11:39)
05. Dirty Old Town (04:46)

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Saturday, April 11, 2015

Deep Purple - Who Do We Think We Are (1973) (Vinyl 1st Press, Lossless)

Year: 1973 (LP 1973, 1st press)
Label: Purple Records (UK), TPSA 7508
Style: Hard Rock
Country: UK
Time: 34:35
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1 kHz
Size: 256 Mb

Who Do We Think We Are is the seventh studio album by the British band Deep Purple, released in 1973. It was Deep Purple's last album with singer Ian Gillan and bassist Roger Glover until Perfect Strangers came out in 1984.
Matrix sideA: PORKY TPSA 7508 A-1U, sideB: PURPLE PECKIE TPSA 7508 B-1U

Ritchie Blackmore – guitar
Jon Lord – keyboards, organ
Ian Paice – drums, percussion
Ian Gillan – lead vocals
Roger Glover – bass

01. A1 Woman from Tokyo (05:53)
02. A2 Mary Long (04:26)
03. A3 Super Trouper (02:57)
04. A4 Smooth Dancer (04:09)
05. B1 Rat Bat Blue (05:26)
06. B2 Place in Line (06:35)
07. B3 Our Lady (05:07)

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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Deep Purple - Stormbringer (1974) (Russian Vinyl, Lossless)

Year: 1974 (LP 1991)
Label: Antrop (USSR), П91 00128
Style: Hard Rock
Country: UK
Time: 37:02
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1 (Vinyl Rip)
Size: 256 Mb

When Ritchie Blackmore's (admittedly odd) request to cover an old Quatermass track "Black Sheep of the Family" fell on stony ground he ended up taking a relative back seat in the studio. Stormbringer took shape blending rock, soul and funk in a way that was quite ahead of its time. It was released in double quick time in December 1974. Blackmore then followed his own muse by recording the Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow solo album in early 1975, backed by members of Deep Purple's regular support act Elf.

Ritchie Blackmore - guitar
David Coverdale - vocals
Glenn Hughes - bass, vocals
Jon Lord - organ, keyboards
Ian Paice - drums

01. A1 Stormbringer (04:10)
02. A2 Love Don't Mean A Thing (04:26)
03. A3 Holy Man (04:33)
04. A4 Hold On (05:07)
05. B1 Lady Double Dealer (03:25)
06. B2 You Can't Do It Right (03:25)
07. B3 High Ball Shooter (04:31)
08. B4 The Gypsy (04:04)
09. B5 Soldier Of Fortune (03:17)

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Friday, April 3, 2015

Deep Purple - Burn (1974) (Vinyl 1st Press, Lossless)

Year: 1974 (LP 1974, 1st press)
Label: Purple Records (UK), TPS 3505
Style: Hard Rock
Country: UK
Time: 42:26
Format: Flac Tracks 16/44,1
Size: 290 Mb

Ritchie Blackmore – guitar
Jon Lord – keyboards, synthesizers
Ian Paice – drums
David Coverdale – lead vocals
Glenn Hughes – bass guitar, vocals

Matrix SideA: TPS 3505 A-1U PORKY-MEL-TRISH, SideB: TPS 3505 B-1U PECKO

01. A1 Burn (06:05)
02. A2 Might Just Take Your Life (04:40)
03. A3 Lay Down, Stay Down (04:24)
04. A4 Sail Away (05:48)
05. B1 You Fool No One (04:48)
06. B2 What's Goin' On Here (04:59)
07. B3 Mistreated (07:29)
08. B4 A 200 (04:09)

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