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Alan Glen – Crazy Life – A Retrospective Collection

Special 2005

Alan Glen (born December 21, 1951, Wuppertal, Germany) is a British blues harmonica player, best known for his work with The Yardbirds, Dr. Feelgood, Nine Below Zero, Little Axe, and his own bands, The Barcodes and The Incredible Blues Puppies. He appears on more than 50 albums.

I had a drink with Alan Glen before and after a Yardbirds gig in 2008. He was rather surprised by how much I knew about his career, so he gave me this privately pressed compilation of tracks by various artists and bands he collaborated with (until 2005).

1. Little Axe - Black Diamond Train (4:21)
2. Cotton & Glen - Blow Diddley (4:31)
3. The Barcodes - Be Cool (3:32)
4. Little Axe - Run Here Boy (5:44)
5. Junior Delgado - All I Have Is Love (3:29)
6. Cotton & Glen - Interstate Blue (2:03)
7. Nine Below Zero - Jump Back Baby (4:05)
8. The Yardbirds - Please Don't Tell Me 'bout The News (4:10)
9. Dr Feelgood - Mellow Down Easy (3:36)
10. Cotton & Glen - Lotta Bottle (0:59)
11. Dub Syndicate - Guns & Cocaine, Crime (4:44)
12. Nine Below Zero - Another Kinda Love (4:31)
13. The Daniel Smith Band - No Time For You (3:40)
14. The Yardbirds - My Blind Life (3:39)
15. The Barcodes - Crazy Life (3:54)
16. Alan Glen & Mutant Hi-Fi - Stone Fox Chase (4:05)

Artwork Included (front, back, CD)

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The Kentucky Colonels – 1965-1966 – Featuring Roland And Clarence White

Rounder Records 0070 (USA 1976)

Clarence White, Roland White, Eric White, Billy Ray Lathum, Roger Bush, Scott Stoneman, Bob Warford & Dennis Morris.

Note: the original first print of the cover was wrongly titled «1965-1967» (see scans).

1. New River Train (2:06)
2. Blue Moon Of Kentucky (2:53)
3. Lee Highway Blues (2:37)
4. Don't Let Your Deal Go Down (3:05)
5. New Soldiers Joy (2:59)
6. Wicked Path Of Sin (2:22)
7. Rawhide (2:43)
8. Bucking Mule (1:49)
9. How Mountain Girls Can Love (2:02)
10. Black Mountain Rag (1:25)
11. Sunny Side Of The Mountain (2:26)
12. Jimmy's Barnyard Shuffle (1:48)
13. You Won't Be Satisfied That Way (1:48)
14. Clinch Mountain Backstep (3:05)
15. Let Me Fall (1:40)

Vinyl Rip – Artwork Included (front, back, labels)

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Harry James – One Night Stand

Live At The Aragon Ballroom, Chicago 1952

Philips Minigroove B 07012 L (The Netherlands 1953)

1. Ultra (4:17)
2. Blues (from An American In Paris) (4:07)
3. Mam Bongo (3:54)
4. Memphis Blues (3:42)
5. The Flight Of The Bumble Bee (1:11)
6. There They Go (5:28)
7. Jackpot Blues (3:16)
8. You Go To My Head (4:07)
9. Don't Stop (4:05)
10. Feet Draggin' Blues (5:42)
11. Back Beat Boogie (5:29)

Vinyl Artwork Included (front, back, Holland and France labels)

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Various Artists – Buzz Buzz Buzzzz – Vol. 2

“More Of The High Art Of The Groovy ‘60s Psychedelic Instrumental”

Arf Arf Records AACC-085 (USA 2000)

Note: listen to track 19 (“The Rock Machine – Motorcycle Meredith”) – Some people have no shame.

1. Mercy - Fire Ball (2:32)
2. The Cords - Ghost Power (3:00)
3. The Buff Organisation - Upside Down World (2:23)
4. The Lost Ones - Trouble In The Streets (1:51)
5. Chancellors - 5 Minus 3 (1:46)
6. The Cobblestones - Down With It (2:18)
7. Peter Pan & The Good Fairies - Kaleidoscope (2:25)
8. The Electrified People - One Thousand Dimension In Blue (2:42)
9. Bobby Arlin with The Hustlers - Mushroom Machine, Pt. 2 (1:51)
10. The Looking Glasses - Miganda Bus (2:08)
11. Jimmy Gordon - Test Pattern (2:50)
12. Michael John & The Pendulums - You're Wrong Girl (2:41)
13. The Scotland Yardleys - Some Guys Have It (Some Guys Never Will) (1:57)
14. The Gates Of Eden - Elegy (2:40)
15. Hal Blaine - Wiggly (45 mix) (2:13)
16. Inner Lite - Tabula Rasa (2:15)
17. The Electric Tomorrow - Electric Tomorrow (2:44)
18. The Rock Revival - Down In The South (3:06)
19. The Rock Revival - Motorcycle Meredith (2:06)
20. The Rock Revival - Hot Boogie Gone Cold (1:31)
21. Pump - Pappy's Rug (2:20)
22. Crazy Elephant - Dark Part Of My Mind (2:49)
23. Blizzard - Health (2:40)
24. Demons Of Negativity - Resurrection (misspelled Ressurection) (instrumental mix) (3:49)
25. Vessel - Beginning Of The End (4:13)
26. Family Souls - Cyke (4:07)
27. The Projection Company - Kimeaa (2:45)
28. Unknown Artist - Bonus Mystery Track (1:52)

Artwork Included (front, back, inside, CD)

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Elmore James – Les Génies Du Rock Vol. 34

Subtitled “Hand In Hand”

Editions Atlas – RK CD 434 (Switzerland – France 1993)

1. I Can't Stop Lovin' You (2:41)
2. Stranger Blues (3:15)
3. Make My Dreams Come True (2:54)
4. So Unkind (2:31)
5. Find My Kinda Woman (2:51)
6. Early One Morning (2:47)
7. My Kind Of Woman (2:54)
8. I'm Worried (2:49)
9. My Bleeding Heart (3:04)
10. Bobby's Rock (2:13)
11. Standing At The Crossroads (2:54)
12. Hand In Hand (3:11)
13. Look On Yonder Wall (2:30)
14. Everyday (I Have The Blues) (3:20)
15. Strange Angels (3:10)
16. She Done Moved (1:50)

Artwork Included (front, back, CD)

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Chris Jones – Too Far Down The Road

Little Dog Records LDCD 200626 (USA 2006)

Chris Jones, Pete Anderson, Bob Bernstein, Mike Auldridge, Chris Hillman, Ron Block, James Cruce, Zoltan Szentkiraly, Jeremy Garrett, Ned Lubrecki, Don Reed, Darrin Vincent, Rhonda Vincent, Sally Joes, Jaime Dailey.

1. She Does All That (3:08)
2. Lonely Comes Easy (3:48)
3. Waltz Of Regret (3:09)
4. Too Hard To Say I'm Sorry (3:08)
5. Chances (3:21)
6. Like A Hawk (3:59)
7. Old Fella (3:25)
8. She Once Lived Here (3:34)
9. Too Far Down The Road (3:34)
10. After Sweet Memories (3:19)
11. Hero In Harlan (3:38)

Artwork Included (front, back, inside, CD)

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Brian Cadd – Yesterdaydreams

Interfusion L36733 (Australia 1978)

Brian Cadd (keyboards, vocals)
David Winteur (bass)
Mike Pocaro (bass)
Reginald McBride (bass)
Alvin Taylor (drums
Doug Lavery (drums)
Jeff Pocaro (drums)
Richie Hayward (drums)
David Kalish (guitar)
Johnn Beland (guitar)
Richard Bennett (guitar)
Steve Beckmeier (guitar)
Larry Knechtel (keyboards) (misspelled Knectel)
Mark T. Jordan (keyboards)
Mike Finnigan (keyboards)
Mike Moran (keyboards)
Davey Johnstone (mandolin) (misspelled Johnson)
J.D. Maness (pedal steel guitar) (misspelled Mannis)
Oliver C. Brown (percussion)
Jay Graydon (syntesizer)

Next to being a top solo artist in his native Australia, singer-songwriter, keyboards player, soundtrack music composer and producer Brian Cadd was a member of The Groop, Axiom and The Flying Burrito Brothers (among many others).

1. Yesterdaydreams (3:54)
2. Ol '55 (4:14)
3. Skating On Thin Ice (3:18)
4. Thousand Different Ways (3:34)
5. Pale Fire (3:30)
6. Next Time I See You (3:01)
7. Send In The Violins (3:38)
8. Long Time Till The First Time (3:02)
9. Crazy Lady Of The Silver Spoon (3:27)
10. Lonely Is The Roadrunner (4:07)

Artwork Included (front, back, labels)

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Brenda Lee – Gold

MCA 202.367 (The Netherlands 1976)

This is a re-release of the LP that first came out in the USA as “10 Golden Years” in 1966 on DECCA Records

1. Jambalaya (2:08)
2. Dynamite (2:03)
3. Bill Baley, Won't You Please Come Home (2:22)
4. Sweet Nothin's (2:21)
5. I'm Sorry (2:39)
6. Fool N° 1 (2:26)
7. Dum Dum (2:24)
8. All Alone Am I (2:43)
9. As Usual (2:33)
10. Too Many Rivers (2:48)

Vinyl Rip - Artwork included (front, back, labels)

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Roger McGuinn – Peace On You

Original release = Columbia KC 32956 (USA 1974)

This rip = Columbia CD 4683562 (Austria 1991)

Roger McGuinn with Russ Kunkel, Lee Sklar, Paul Harris, Donnie Dacus, Dan Fogelberg, Al Kooper, Al Perkins, Tommy Tedesco, Mark Volman, Howard Kaylan…

As the frontman of The Byrds, Roger McGuinn and his trademark 12-string Rickenbacker guitar pioneered folk-rock and, by extension, country-rock, influencing everyone from his contemporaries like The Beatles to acolytes like Tom Petty and R.E.M. in the process. James Joseph McGuinn was born on July 13, 1942, in Chicago, where by his teenage years he was already something of a folk music prodigy. After touring with The Limeliters, in 1960 he signed on as an accompanist with The Chad Mitchell Trio, appearing on the LPs “Mighty Day On Campus” and “At The Bitter End”; frustrated with his limited role in the group, he soon joined Bobby Darin's team when the singer moved from pop to folk.

After appearing on sessions for Hoyt Axton, Judy Collins, Tom & Jerry (soon to be known as Simon & Garfunkel) and many others, McGuinn began playing solo dates around the Los Angeles area, where he soon formed The Jet Set with area musicians David Crosby and Gene Clark. After a failed single under the name The Beefeaters, the group recruited drummer Michael Clarke and finally bassist Chris Hillman and changed their name to The Byrds, and set about crystallizing McGuinn's vision of merging the poetic folk music of Bob Dylan with the miraculous pop sounds heard via the British Invasion. McGuinn was the only member of the Byrds to play on their landmark debut single "Mr. Tambourine Man", but his jangly guitar work quickly became the very definition of the burgeoning folk-rock form; still, despite The Byrds' immediate success, both commercially and critically, the group was plagued by internal strife, and following the release of their 1968 country-rock breakthrough “Sweetheart Of The Rodeo”, McGuinn was the only founding member still in the band.

See Roger McGuinn’s near-exhaustive (1960-2012) chronological discography here:

http://users.skynet.be/fa388247/discomcguinn2.htm

01. Peace On You (4:02)
02. Without You (4:06)
03. Going To The Country (3:16)
04. (Please Not) One More Time (3:23)
05. Same Old Sound (3:30)
06. Do What You Want To (3:00)
07. Together (3:39)
08. Better Change (2:58)
09. Gate Of Horn (2:46)
10. The Lady (4:17)

Artwork Included (LP front, back, inner, Canadian labels and CD front, back, inside, CD)

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Phil Friendly & The Rhythm Rebels – Demo Recordings

Seems the guy who originally gave titles to the tracks did so by listening to the songs only – phonetically. I’m sure some of the titles are wrong – your help is welcome in sending in corrections.

1. Because You're Mine (1:03)
2. Steamin' Fifities (2:35)
3. Baby Love Me (1:52)
4. Young Blood (2:42)
5. You're In Love (2:02)
6. Shy Boy (1:47)
7. Counting On You (1:27)
8. Leave It Up To You (2:32)
9. My Beady Eye (1:52)
10. Hony Tonk Man (2:06)
11. Crazy, Crazy Lovin' (2:17)
12. The Fool (2:17)
13. Bop Crazy Baby (1:33)
14. Crawdad Hole (2:01)
15. Rock-Ola Ruby (2:08)
16. Hey Porter (2:25)

Artwork Included

Original raw files provided by Charlie – many thanks to him

Audio files declicked, levelled and balanced by C--M

Artwork modified by C--M

Don’t expect hi-fi quality audio!!!

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