Monday, July 23, 2007

As usual, some great stuff this week (!) - happy downloading and it'd be nice to hear from you out there who never comment!

Can - Canaxis 5 (Studio Outtakes - 1968/1973)
Technical Space Composer's Crew
All unreleased studio recordings

1968 - 1973 Outtakes with Malcolm Mooney and Damo Suzuki

Can featuring Damo Suzuki
Session at the Inner Space Studio in Weilerswist, August 1973
1. Voice Changer 1:39
2. Doko Dai E 29:51
3. Doko Dai E (cont.) 4:31

Can featuring Malcom Mooney
Studio Outtakes from their first album 1968
4. Father Cannot Yell 10:10
5. E.F.S. No. (Pnoom) 5 0:31
6. Little Star Of Bethlehem 9:08
7. Uphill 6:49

High VBR w/covers Part 1 Part 2

Jefferson Airplane - Love To All (1967)
This is probably the best sounding Jefferson Airplane bootleg you will ever hear! The Fillmore tracks are stereo, the Polytechnic College tracks are mono. Only complaint - disc 2, track 3, "Young Girl Sunday Blues", has a slight glitch at the beginning, and it's only a little over a minute long. They could have just left this track off if you ask me.

Disc 1:
FILLMORE, SAN FRANCISCO, November 25, 1966
1. 3/5 Of A Mile In 10 Seconds
2. The Other Side Of This Life
3. Tobacco Road
4. J.P.P. McStep B. Blues
5. She Has Funny Cars
6. Fat Angel
7. Plastic Fantastic Lover
8. In The Morning
9. Somebody To Love
POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE, SAN LUIS OBISPO, May 19, 1967 - 1st set
10. The Other Side Of This Life
11. Let's Get Together
12. She Has Funny Cars
13. White Rabbit

Disc 2:
1. Let Me In
2. Today
3. Young Girl Sunday Blues (fragment)
4. Somebody To Love
POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE, SAN LUIS OBISPO, May 19, 1967 - 2nd set
5. The Ballad Of You And Me And Pooneil
6. Tobacco Road
7. Runnin' Round This World
8. And I Like It
9. Jam
10. Won't You Try / Saturday Afternoon
11. Come Back Baby
12. White Rabbit
13. It's No Secret

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Schicke-Führs-Fröhling - Collected Works
Eduard Schicke, Gerd Führs, and Heinz Fröhling were an awesome trio of German musicians, forming Schicke-Führs-Fröhling from the ashes of the band Spektakel (album posted 4/23/06). This double Cd set has all three of their albums - "Symphonic Pictures" (1976), "Sunburst" (1977), and "Ticket To Everywhere" (1978), plus a couple live tracks thrown in for good measure. Their brand of progressive rock had an orchestral sound that was dramatic, electrifying and beautiful. You need this!

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Steamhammer - Mk II (1969)
Steamhammer's second album was a much more proggy/jazzy affair than their first, thanks mostly to the addition of Steve Joliffe on flute, sax, and keyboards - he appeared also on Tangerine Dream's "Cyclone" album. A great album of progressive blues, the highlight being the 16 minute "Another Travelling Tune" - actually all the songs are great, with inventive arrangements and terrific performances by all concerned. Also a few non-album bonus tracks.

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Nautilus - Space Storm (1980)
The second and last album from obscure Swiss band Nautilus is a psychedelic/symphonic/progressive rock effort that owes just a bit to early Uriah Heep! The music is very different from other prog rock bands of the 70's, and holds up very well.

Urs Lerch - bass
Dieter Ruf - guitars, vocals
Peter Fibich - drums
Ralph Stucki - keyboards, vocals
Christian Bauer - guitars, vocals

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17 Comments:

Anonymous tucker said...

Thanks VERY much for the SFF collection - a GREAT group - dying to hear the live tracks!

5:39 PM, July 23, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for all you've done. Thanks here for the Airplane. Thanks for coming back to blogdom. Thanks for allowing comments. But, if you only remark in English about comments lacking, don't expect those who don't read it to respond. Next time try that post in several languages. Just a thought. It's really amazing in here. Can I stay forever? ~stupiddle

6:59 PM, July 23, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello!thx for Nautilus - Space Storm this is new for me
Sithlord from Hungary

10:44 PM, July 23, 2007  
Anonymous twebber said...

Welcome back!!

Lets see if this last album of Nautilus is so good as the first.

Listen, after three year sucking music from so many blogs a decided to bild one to share some things.
It's a little cripple, but I will improve it.

See ya!

twebber

http://bandastornantes.blogspot.com/

3:11 AM, July 24, 2007  
Blogger Zero G Sound said...

Thanks a lot for the Airplane!

9:21 AM, July 24, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Welcome back man.Nice to see and have you around again.Hope you had a lot of fun during your vacations.

Chris.

10:37 AM, July 24, 2007  
Blogger Hmenonprog said...

Hi,
Thanks for Nautilus. Very good album.
All the best.
www.agamenonprogrock.blogspot.com

5:43 PM, July 24, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey liam, thanks for the Can, just love their free ensemble jamming.. suzuki or mooney, they're both squirrel bananas, as far as nicely complimenting the vibe.. which gets spacey at times.. thanks a ton for loading this .. any unassimilated Can is always worth the listen.. and yeah, hope you had a lovely hols... anthony

5:55 PM, July 24, 2007  
Anonymous christian said...

ey brother, thanx for all the new records. good sound on the eppenwolf record an a supreme version of the ostrich, now i will hear the jefferson airplane boot

7:23 PM, July 24, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

8 days in april.great fucking blog.keep up.peace

7:42 AM, July 28, 2007  
Blogger Bilek said...

I DL'ed the Can album from this post, and it's certainly great (like most other Can albums out there)!
Thanks, keep up the good work!

12:15 PM, July 29, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the Gate - impossibly rare lp.
Also, Can and SFF.
This is the best music website anywhere - I can't thank you enough for all the very interesting music you have made available to everyone. Wow.

11:53 PM, July 29, 2007  
Anonymous Harry F said...

Great to find this blog again :-)
Found many a good LP here, here's to discovering a few more!
Down loaded the Steamhammer LP but when I go to unpack the rar it asks me for a password, and I can't find any reference to any password on the blog....am I missing some thing :-/

3:04 PM, August 01, 2007  
Blogger GarColga said...

Hi everybody - thanks for the comments!

harry f - none of my files are passworded!

3:12 PM, August 01, 2007  
Blogger likedeeler said...

After getting to know Ammerland, I'm really lookin forward to listening to SFF's collected works. Thanks!

6:01 AM, August 05, 2007  
Anonymous ib said...

Great to see Neu's first from '72 encoded at a decent bit-rate, to say nothing of the other cool posts. I'm new to your blog, but you got good taste. Muchos Gracias.

10:50 AM, December 19, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi
thanks a lot for the SteamHammer!
Great blog, and great shares.
Have the best for this new year, for u and urs

Radis-noir

3:22 AM, January 08, 2008  

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