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PostSubject: FULL ALBUMS   Sat Oct 12, 2013 3:23 pm

Mahavishnu Orchestra - Visions of the Emerald Beyond FULL ALBUM HD



Eternity's Breath Part 1 - 00:00
Eternity's Breath Part 2 - 3:10
Lila's Dance - 7:59
Can't Stand Your Funk: 13:35
Pastoral - 15:44
Faith - 19:25
Cosmic Strut - 21:26
If I Could See - 24:54
Be Happy - 26:11
Earth Ship - 29:43
Pegasus - 33:26
Opus - 35:14
On the Way Home to Earth - 35:38

The Mahavishnu Orchestra is:

John McLaughlin - Guitars
Jean-Luc Ponty - Electric Violin
Narada Michael Walden - Drums, Percussion, Vocals, Clavinet
Ralph Armstrong - Bass Guitar, Contrabassoon, Lead Vocals
Gayle Moran - Keyboards, Vocals

With:
Steven Kindler - First Violin
Carol Shive - Second Violin, Vocals
Phillip Hirschi - Cello
Bob Knapp - Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Flute, Vocals
Russel Tubbs - Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone
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Mahavishnu Orchestra - Birds of Fire FULL ALBUM HD



Birds of Fire - 00:00
Miles Beyond - 5:58
Celestial Terrestrial Commuters - 10:36
Saphire Bullets of Pure Love - 13:30
Thousand Island Park - 13:54
Hope - 17:19
One Word - 19:18
Sanctuary - 29:16
Open Country Joy - 34:18
Resolution - 38:14

The Mahavishnu Orchestra:
John McLaughlin - Guitar
Rick Laird - Bass
Billy Cobham - Drums, Percussion
Jerry Goodman - Violin
Jan Hammer - Keyboards, Moog


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PostSubject: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Déjà vu (1970) [Full Album]    Sat Oct 12, 2013 3:32 pm



Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Déjà vu (1970) [Full Album]


Déjà vu is the second album by Crosby, Stills & Nash, and their first in the quartet configuration of Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young. It was released in March of 1970 by Atlantic Records, catalogue SD-7200. It topped the pop album chart for one week and generated three Top 40 singles: "Teach Your Children," "Our House," and "Woodstock."

Track list :

Side one :

1. Carry On - 0:00
2. Teach Your Children - 4:27
3. Almost Cut My Hair - 7:26
4. Helpless - 11:57
5. Woodstock - 15:41

Side two :

1. Déjà vu - 19:36
2. Our House - 23:50
3. 4 + 20 - 26:51
4. Country Girl - 29:02
a) Whiskey Boot Hill
b) Down, Down, Down
c) "Country Girl" (I Think You're Pretty)
5. Everybody I Love You - 34:16


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PostSubject: Airbag - All Rights Removed (2011) - FULL ALBUM    Sat Oct 12, 2013 3:34 pm

Airbag - All Rights Removed (2011) - FULL ALBUM




Very very good neoprog by Airbag
Influence Pink Floyd with beautiful finish song !

00:00 All Rights Removed
08:54 White Wall
14:14 The Bridge
20:31 Never Coming Home
29:31 Light Them All Up
32:32 Homesick I - III


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PostSubject: Nosound - A Sense of Loss (Full Album) - 2009    Sat Oct 12, 2013 3:36 pm

Nosound - A Sense of Loss (Full Album) - 2009



A Sense of Loss is an album by the progressive rock band Nosound, released on Kscope.

1."Some Warmth Into This Chill"
2."Fading Silently"
3."Tender Claim"
4."My Apology"
5."Constant Contrast"
6."Winter Will Come"

Giancarlo Erra - Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards
Paolo Vigliarolo - Acoustic Guitars
Paolo Martellacci - Keyboards, Vocals
Alessandro Luci - Bass
Gigi Zito - Drums, Vocals
+ String Quartet


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PostSubject: Boston: Greatest Hits - original release 1997 (full album)    Sat Oct 12, 2013 3:37 pm




1997 features songs originally released on both the Epic and MCA labels, as well as three previously unreleased recordings ("Higher Power", "Tell Me", and "The Star-Spangled Banner"). Tom Scholz, the band's leader, felt that the album's sound quality was not up to his standards, so a remastered version of the album was released in 2009 with a slightly different track listing, although many audiophiles will argue that the original 1997 issue eclipses the current one.

Track Listing:

01: Tell Me - 0:00
02: Higher Power - 4:05
03: More Than a Feeling - 9:11
04: Peace of Mind - 13:55
05: Don't Look Back - 19:01
06: Cool the Engines - 24:58
07: Livin' for You - 29:34
08: Feelin' Satisfied - 34:31
09: Party - 38:42
10: Foreplay/Long Time - 42:50
11: Amanda - 50:39
12: Rock & Roll Band - 54:54
13: Smokin' - 57:55
14: A Man I'll Never Be - 1:02:17
15: Star-Spangled Banner/4th Of July Reprise - 1:08:49
16: Higher Power [Kalodner edit] - 1:11:34


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PostSubject: Rush Moving Pictures 1981 Full Album    Sat Oct 12, 2013 3:40 pm


Rush[/url] Moving Pictures 1981 Full Album

0:00 Tom Sawyer
4:32 Red Brchetta
10:39 Yyz
15:02 Limelight
19:22 The Camera Eye
29:55 Which Hunt
34:04 Vital Signs


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PostSubject: ZZ Top - Eliminator (1983) [Full Album]    Sat Oct 12, 2013 3:47 pm

ZZ Top - Eliminator (1983) [Full Album]



1. "Gimme All Your Lovin'" 3:59
2. "Got Me Under Pressure" 4:00
3. "Sharp Dressed Man" 4:13
4. "I Need You Tonight" 6:14
 5. "I Got the Six" 2:52
 6. "Legs" 4:35
7. "Thug" 4:17
8. "TV Dinners" 3:50
9. "Dirty Dog" 4:05
10. "If I Could Only Flag Her Down" 3:40
11. "Bad Girl" 3:16
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PostSubject: ZZ TOP - El Loco [Full Album CD] 1981    Sat Oct 12, 2013 3:50 pm

ZZ TOP - El Loco [Full Album CD] 1981



00:00 Tube Snake Boogie ****
03:05 I Wanna Drive You Home
07:51 Ten Foot Pole ****
12:12 Leila
15:28 Don't Tease Me
19:50 It's So Hard
24:59 Pearl Necklace ****
29:05 Groovy Little Hippie Pad
31:47 Heaven, Hell Or Houston
34:20 PARTY ON THE PATIO *****
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PostSubject: Re: FULL ALBUMS   Sat Oct 12, 2013 3:53 pm

Van Halen - Best Of Volume 1 (Japanese Version) [Full Album]


"Best Of Volume 1" is the first greatest hits album by American hard rock band Van Halen, released in 1996.

The material is from nine of the band's first ten studio albums, omitting songs from the band's fifth album "Diver Down". "Best of Volume 1" also features "Humans Being," the band's contribution to the movie "Twister" soundtrack.
The two newly recorded songs, "Can't Get This Stuff No More" and "Me Wise Magic," at the end of the album are with original lead vocalist David Lee Roth. These two songs were released as singles to promote this compilation. The Van Halen brothers would not record again with Roth until the album "A Different Kind Of Truth", released in 2012. Michael Anthony has not played with Van Halen since the band's 2004 tour.

Initial pressings of the album contained an alternate edit of "Runnin' With The Devil" (included in this version) where the verses, chorus and solos were arranged in a different order than that of the original album version. It was reported that this was accidental and subsequent pressings have replaced this version with the one found on Van Halen. However, some radio stations still play this erroneous version of the song.
The Japanese version also includes a bonus track "Hot For Teacher".

The album itself, while not controversial, sparked a great deal of in-band controversy because of the personnel issues surrounding the band at the time. Sammy Hagar, who by this time had been a member of Van Halen for eleven years, equal to the amount of time as the previous lead vocalist, David Lee Roth, left the band in June 1996 due to a number of unclear circumstances. Some sources reported that Hagar was dissatisfied with the decision to issue a "greatest hits" collection, and was instead more inclined to do an entirely new album of new material. In either case, the band announced that Hagar had left the band and the band was instead working with David Lee Roth on new material for inclusion on the disc. This was not to last, as Roth and Eddie Van Halen clashed publicly and the band once again was without a lead singer, before hiring Gary Cherone.

All songs except "Humans Being", "Can't Get This Stuff No More", and "Me Wise Magic" are included on the band's subsequent greatest hits album "The Best Of Both Worlds" (2004).

Despite the aforementioned friction, the album went on to win Metal Edge magazine's 1996 Readers' Choice Award for "Best Hits or Compilation Album". Hagar shares the accolade with Roth, since the album features material from both singers. Also, the song "Humans Being" (featured on both the album and the movie "Twister" soundtrack) was voted "Best Song From a Movie Soundtrack."

Track listing:

01. Eruption
(from Van Halen, 1978)
02. Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love
(from Van Halen, 1978)
03. Runnin' With The Devil (Alternate Edit)
(from Van Halen, 1978)
04. Dance The Night Away
(from Van Halen II, 1979)
05. And The Cradle Will Rock...
(from Women And Children First, 1980)
06. Unchained
(from Fair Warning, 1981)
07. Jump
(from 1984, 1984)
08. Panama
(from 1984, 1984)
09. Hot For Teacher (Japanese Bonus Track)
(from 1984, 1984)
10. Why Can't This Be Love
(from 5150, 1986)
11. Dreams
(from 5150, 1986)
12. When It's Love
(from OU812, 1988)
13. Poundcake
(from For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge, 1991)
14. Right Now
(from For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge, 1991)
15. Can't Stop Lovin' You
(from Balance, 1995)
16. Humans Being
(from Twister soundtrack, 1996)
17. Can't Get This Stuff No More
(new song, 1996)
18. Me Wise Magic
(new song, 1996)


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PostSubject: Aerosmith - Get Your Wings [1974] (Full Album)    Sat Oct 12, 2013 3:56 pm

Aerosmith - Get Your Wings [1974] (Full Album)



Same Old Song And Dance3:53
Lord Of The Thighs4:15
Spaced4:21
Women Of The World5:51
S.O.S. (Too Bad)2:50
Train Kept A Rollin'6:05
Seasons Of Wither5:07
Pandora's Box5:42
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PostSubject: Yes - Fly From Here (Full Album)   Sat Oct 12, 2013 4:01 pm

Yes - Fly From Here (Full Album)




Tracks:
1. Fly From Here
Overture (0:00)
Part 1: Fly From Here (1:53)
Part 2: Sad Night At The Airfield (7:54)
Part 3: Madman At The Screens (14:35)
Part 4: Bumpy Ride (19:51)
Part 5: We Can Fly Reprise (22:06)
2. The Man You Always Wanted Me To Be (23:51)
3. Life On A Film Set (28:59)
4. Hour Of Need (34:00)
5. Solitaire (37:07)
6. Into The Storm (40:37)


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PostSubject: Caravan - For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night ( Full Album ) 1973    Sat Oct 12, 2013 4:03 pm

Caravan - For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night ( Full Album ) 1973



1. "Memory Lain, Hugh / Headloss"
2. "Hoedown" 3. "Surprise, Surprise"
4. "C'thlu Thlu" 5. "The Dog, the Dog, He's at It Again" 6. "Be Alright / Chance of a Lifetime"
7. "L'Auberge du Sanglier / A Hunting We Shall Go / Pengola / Backwards / A Hunting We Shall Go (reprise)" (Pye Hastings, John G. Perry, Mike Ratledge)


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PostSubject: Re: FULL ALBUMS   Sat Oct 12, 2013 4:10 pm




Blackfoot-Strikes Full Album




The first of what many Blackfoot fans would call Blackfoot's trio of essential masterpieces, "Strikes," "Tomcattin'," & "Marauder." It's hard to argue with these three albums, for they are the pinnacle of Blackfoot's great catalog, & with the exception of the killer, "Highway Song Live," this is the essential Blackfoot!

I bought "Strikes" when it came out in 1979. Though not as heavy as the two albums after it, "Strikes" walloped my ear drums with the heaviest southern rock I'd heard yet. As a matter of fact, you could say that Blackfoot started a new sub-genre, southern heavy metal, though bands like ZZ Top & their roster mates, Point Blank, were damn heavy at times, there has always been a disagreement whether these to bands actually were true southern rock, but that's an argument for another time.

"Strikes" starts out with the rubber melting to the road, "Road Fever," with it's chunky, funky, heavy riffs. A wake up call from a band firing on all cylinders! The melodic cover, "I Got A Line On You," is the best version of this song I ever heard! "Left Turn On A Red Light," is just quintessential southern rock! Heart & soul! "Pay My Dues," is a hard rocking tribute to the life of the band, or any band that has worked long & hard to get where their at. "Baby Blue," is infectious southern rock! Blackfoot beats Free at their own game with their cover of Free's, "Wishing Well." "Run & Hide," is just another beautiful southern rock ballad, on par with "Left Turn On A Red Light", though I detect a little Aerosmith vibe here. "Train Train," written by Ricky Medlocke's Uncle, Shorty Medlocke, is a high energy locomotive, tracking through your ears, down to your wiggling butt, then out your thumping feet! A Blackfoot classic! Then there is the epic "Highway Song," which ranks right up there with the greatest southern rock ever made! "Highway Song" is a true southern rock power ballad, before the term "power ballad" was ever coined. This song transcends all boundaries, all sub-genres of rock n' roll, to be one of the greatest songs ever written! It ranks with the like of "Freebird," to songs like, "Stairway To Heaven," & "Dream On," to be in the top echelon of the greatest 70's power ballads ever conceived! A true monolithic icon! But none of this would be achievable without the masterful twin lead guitars of Ricky Medlocke & Charlie Hargrett. Nor would it be conceivable with out the killer rhythm section of Jackson Spires & Greg T. Walker! Most of all, the quintessential whiskey blues soaked vocals, of Ricky Medlocke, who not only gets my vote as the finest singer in southern rock, but one of the finest singers in all of rock n' roll!

Yes, "Strikes" is a great place to start for anyone with even a iota curiosity about Blackfoot! Once you get into "Strikes," you'll have to have it all, for Blackfoot is not only the greatest unsung southern rock band, they just may well be the greatest southern rock band ever to grace my ears!

1. Road Fever
2. I Got A Line On You
3. Left Turn On A Red Light
4. Pay My Dues
5. Baby Blue
6. Wishing Well
7. Run And Hide
8. Train, Train (Prelude)
9. Train, Train
10. Highway Song


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PostSubject: Re: FULL ALBUMS   Sat Oct 12, 2013 4:20 pm

Blackfoot - Flyin'High (Full Album) 1976




Track List:
1."Feelin' Good" - 0:00
2."Flyin' High" - 2:47
3."Try a Little Harder" - 7:11
4."Stranger on the Road" - 11:59
5."Save Your Time" - 14:45
6."Dancin' Man" - 18:26
7."Island of Life" - 22:09
8."Junkie's Dream" - 26:20
9."Madness" - 30:20
10."Mother" - 35:19

Flyin' High is the second album by the American Southern rock band Blackfoot, released in 1976.

Released-1976
Recorded-Muscle Shoals Studios, Sheffield, Alabama
Genre -Southern rock
Label -Epic
Producer-David Hood, Jimmy Johnson


Band members:
Rickey Medlocke - lead vocals, guitars
Charlie Hargrett - guitars
Greg T. Walker - bass guitar, keyboards, guitar on "Mother", backing vocals
Jakson Spires - drums, percussion, backing vocals



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PostSubject: Caravan - For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night ( Full Album ) 1973    Sat Oct 12, 2013 4:35 pm

Caravan - For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night ( Full Album ) 1973



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PostSubject: ZZ Top - Degüello (1979) [Full Album]    Sat Oct 12, 2013 4:39 pm

ZZ Top - Degüello (1979) [Full Album]


1. I Thank You- 0:00
2. She Loves My Automobile- 3:25
3. I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide- 5:49
4. A Fool for Your Stockings- 10:43
5. Manic Mechanic- 14:59
6. Dust My Broom- 17:36
7. Lowdown in the Street- 20:45
8. Hi Fi Mama- 23:36
9. Cheap Sunglasses- 26:01
10. Esther Be the One- 30:49

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PostSubject: ZZ Top - 'Tres Hombres' (Full Album HD)    Sat Oct 12, 2013 4:41 pm

ZZ Top - 'Tres Hombres' (Full Album HD)




1.Waitin' For The Bus 0:00 - 2:53

2.Jesus Just Left Chicago 2:53 - 6:22

3.Beer Drinkers And Hell Raisers 6:22 - 9:48

4.Master Of Sparks 9:48 - 13:20

5.Hot,Blue And Righteous 13:20 - 16:37

6.Move Me On Down The Line 16:37 - 19:09

7.Precious And Grace 19:09 - 22:19

8.La Grange 22:19 - 26:11

9.Shiek 26:11 - 30:18

10.Have You Heard? 30:18 - 33:34

(Bonus)
11.Waitin' For The Bus (Live) 33:14 - 36:16

12.Jesus Just Left Chicago (Live) 36:16 - 40:20

13. La Grange (Live) 40:20



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PostSubject: ZZ Top Fandango [Full Album]    Sat Oct 12, 2013 4:45 pm

ZZ Top Fandango [Full Album]

1."Thunderbird" (Live)
 2."Jailhouse Rock" (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller) (Live at The Warehouse)
3."Backdoor Medley" (Live) "Backdoor Love Affair" (Gibbons, Bill Ham) "Mellow Down Easy" (Willie Dixon) "Backdoor Love Affair No. 2" (Gibbons) "Long Distance Boogie" 
4."Nasty Dogs and Funky Kings"
5."Blue Jean Blues" 6."Balinese"
7."Mexican Blackbird"
8."Heard it on the X"
9."Tush"

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PostSubject: Johnny Winter - Still Alive & Well [Full Album]    Sat Oct 12, 2013 4:48 pm

Johnny Winter - Still Alive & Well [Full Album]





Johnny Winter - Vocals, guitar & mandolin
Randy Jo Hobbs - Bass
Richard Hughes - Drums

Rick Derringer played Slide guitar on "Silver Train"; Pedal steel & click guitar on "Ain't Nothing To Me"; Electric guitar on "Cheap Tequila"
Jeremy Steig - Flute on "Too Much Seconal"
Mark Klingman - Piano on "Silver Train"
Todd Rundgren - Mellotron on "Cheap Tequila"

Produced by Rick Derringer

1. 00:00 Rock Me Baby (Willie Broonzy/Arthur Crudup)
2. 03:49 Can't You Feel It (Dan Hartman)
3. 06:51 Cheap Tequila (Rick Derringer)
4. 10:55 All Tore Down (J. Crane)
5. 15:27 Rock & Roll (Johnny Winter)
6. 20:12 Silver Train (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards)
7. 23:46 Ain't Nothing To Me (E. Dunbar)
8. 26:52 Still Alive & Well (Rick Derringer)
9. 30:36 Too Much Seconal (Johnny Winter)
10. 34:58 Let It Bleed (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards)



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PostSubject: SANTANA: ABRAXAS (1970) - full album HQ audio    Sat Oct 12, 2013 4:51 pm

SANTANA: ABRAXAS (1970) - full album HQ audio

Recorded april, 18 - may 2, 1970 at Wally Heider recording Studio - S:Francisco . released on september 1970 -
Paint of the label and all illustrations by Maty Klarwein -




00:00 1. "Singing Winds, Crying Beasts [Instrumental]" Mike Carabello 4:51
04:51 2. "Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen" Peter Green/Gábor Szabó 5:22
10:11 3. "Oye Como Va" Tito Puente 4:16
14:30 4. "Incident at Neshabur [Instrumental]" A. Gianquinto/C. Santana 4:57
19:31 5. "Se a Cabo" José Areas 2:50
22:23 6. "Mother's Daughter" Gregg Rolie 4:25
26:44 7. "Samba Pa Ti [Instrumental]" Santana 4:54
31:22 8. "Hope You're Feeling Better" G.Rolie 4:11
35:32 9. "El Nicoya" Areas 1:30

Personnel:

Carlos Santana -- lead guitar, backing vocals, producer
Gregg Rolie -- keyboards, lead vocals
David Brown -- bass, engineer
Michael Shrieve -- drums
José "Chepito" Areas -- percussion, conga, timbales
Mike Carabello -- percussion, conga
Additional personnel:
Rico Reyes -- percussion, backing vocals
Alberto Gianquinto -- piano on "Incident at Neshabur"
Steven Saphore -- tabla
Robert Venosa -- artwork, graphic design
John Fiore -- engineer
Mati Klarwein -- illustrations
Robert Honablue -- mastering engineer original recording



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PostSubject: Santana - 3 (Full Album)    Sat Oct 12, 2013 4:54 pm

Santana - 3 (Full Album)




Track Listing:
1.Batuka (00:00)
2.No One Depend On (03:35)
3.Taboo (09:07)
4.Toussaint L'Overture (14:41)
5.Everybody Everything (20:39)
6.Guajira (24:09)
7.Jungle Strut (29:54)
8.Everything's Coming Our Way (35:18)
9.Para Los Rumberos (38:33)



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PostSubject: Rush - caress of steel (1975) full album    Sat Oct 12, 2013 4:58 pm



Rush - caress of steel (1975) full album




0:00 - Bastille Day 4:39 -
I Think I'm Going Bald 8:21 -
Lakeside Park 12:35 -
The Necromancer 25:04 -
The Fountain of Lamneth


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PostSubject: Rush - Power Windows   Sat Oct 12, 2013 5:00 pm

Rush - Power Windows





1. The Big Money 0:00
2. Grand Designs 5:37
3. Manhattan Project 10:44
4. Marathon 15:51
5. Territories 22:01
6. Middletown Dreams 28:21


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PostSubject: RUSH: "GRACE UNDER PRESSURE" (HD) - 4/12/1984.- FULL ALBUM - REMASTERED.    Sat Oct 12, 2013 5:02 pm




RUSH: "GRACE UNDER PRESSURE" (HD) - 4/12/1984.- FULL ALBUM - REMASTERED.



TRACK LISTING:
Side One
No. Title
1. "Distant Early Warning"
2. "Afterimage"
3. "Red Sector A"
4. "The Enemy Within" (Part 1 of Fear)

Side Two
No. Title
5. "The Body Electric"
6. "Kid Gloves"
7. "Red Lenses"
8. "Between the Wheels"

Personel -
Geddy Lee - Vocals, Bass Guitar, and Synthesizers.
Alex Lifeson - Electric Guitar, Synthesizers.
Neil Peart - Drums, Percussion, Electronic Percussion.

Recorded November 1983 - March 1984,
Le Studio, Morin-Heights, Quebec.
Released April 12th, 1984.



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PostSubject: Cream-Disraeli Gears 1967(Full album)    Sat Oct 12, 2013 5:14 pm

Cream-Disraeli Gears 1967(Full album)




01 Strange Brew"
02 Sunshine of Your Love"
03 World of Pain"
04 Dance the Night Away"
05 Blue Condition"
06 Tales of Brave Ulysses"
06 SWLABR"
08 We're Going Wrong"
09 Outside Woman Blues"
10 Take It Back"
11 Mother's Lament"

Ginger Baker - drums, percussion, vocals
Jack Bruce - bass, piano, vocals, harmonica
Eric Clapton - lead guitar, rhythm guitar, vocals

"Strange Brew" (Eric Clapton/Gail Collins/Felix Pappalardi) - 00:00
"Sunshine of Your Love" (Pete Brown/Jack Bruce/Eric Clapton) - 02:47
"World of Pain" (Gail Collins/Felix Pappalardi) - 07:00
"Dance the Night Away" (Pete Brown/Jack Bruce) - 10:01
"Blue Condition" (Ginger Baker) - 13:44
"Tales of Brave Ulysses" (Eric Clapton/Martin Sharp) - 17:13
"Swlabr" (Pete Brown/Jack Bruce) - 20:02
"We're Going Wrong" (Jack Bruce) - 22:40
"Outside Woman Blues" (Arthur Reynolds arr. Eric Clapton) - 26:08
"Take It Back" (Pete Brown/Jack Bruce) - 28:38
"Mother's Lament" (trad. arr. Ginger Baker/Jack Bruce/Eric Clapton) -


Disraeli Gears is the second album by the English rock band Cream. It was released in November 1967 and went on to reach number 5 on the UK Albums Chart. It was also their American breakthrough, becoming a massive seller there in 1968, reaching number 4 on the American charts. The album was #1 for two weeks on the Australian album chart and was listed as the #1 album of 1968 by Cash Box in the year-end album chart in the U.S. The album features the two singles "Strange Brew" and "Sunshine of Your Love".
The title of the album is based on a malapropism. Eric Clapton had been thinking of buying a racing bicycle and was discussing it with Ginger Baker, when a roadie named Mick Turner commented, "it's got them Disraeli Gears", meaning to say "derailleur gears", but instead alluding to 19th-century British Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli. The band thought this was hilarious, and decided that it should be the title of their next album.
The original 11-track album was remastered in 1998, and then subsequently released as a two-disc Deluxe Edition in 2004.
In 1999, the album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.
In 2003 the album was ranked number 114 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. VH1 also named it their 87th greatest album of all time in 2001. In 2008, the album won a Classic Rock Roll of Honours Award for Classic Album.

The album was recorded at Atlantic Studios in New York during May 1967, following the band's nine shows as part of Murray the K's "Music in the 5th Dimension" concert series. Cream's American label, ATCO, was a wholly owned subsidiary of Atlantic Records.
The sessions were produced by future Mountain bassist Felix Pappalardi -- who co-wrote the tracks "Strange Brew" and "World of Pain" with wife Gail Collins -- and were engineered by Tom Dowd -- who would later work with Clapton on projects such as Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs and 461 Ocean Boulevard. The owner of Atlantic Records, Ahmet Ertegun, was also present during the sessions.
According to Dowd the recording sessions took only three and a half days, a feat considering the length of the album. The band's visas expired on the very last day of recording.


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