Monday, January 07, 2008

As leno says, ain't it fun!! Hoo boy what a pain in the ass. Well I'm right in the middle of reinstalling all my programs and setting windows up just the way I like it, so I don't have all that much time this week. I'll just post the albums and you can get the info on them from the net. Not that my little blurbs are very helpful anyway hehe.

Camel - Under Age (1969)
Bitrate 320 w/scans Download

Embryo - Rocksession (1973)
Bitrate 320 w/scans Download

Locomotive - We Are Everything You See (1970)
Bitrate 320 w/scans Part 1 Part 2

Jerry Berkers - Unterwegs (1972)
Bitrate 320 w/covers Download

OK see ya!

21 Comments:

Anonymous leno said...

nothing this week for my tastes, but that's OK (your folk rock weeks are my favorites) ... just dropped by (as i do irregularly) and pleased to see you're back up and running. reinstalling windows ain't something i'm anxious to do anytime soon (you probably feel the same way!), but at least it's not the end of the world, and there are worst things in life to deal with, i've discovered. Take care and be well.

7:28 PM, January 07, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello
The McOil is pretty good.Thanks
andre

5:42 AM, January 08, 2008  
Anonymous zubbid said...

Let it be known that I have always found your little blurbs quite helpful.

10:09 AM, January 08, 2008  
Anonymous zoom said...

Having just discovered your blog (after losing it a year or more ago), I have to say that your "little blurbs" are proving very helpful in seeing what's what, and seem to describe quite well what to expect. Kudos on not only having great tastes in music, but in giving really good write-ups as well. You should start a blog or something!

I'll just say right here that I'm going to go back a cull many if not most of the more proggish, spacey and/or heavy rock pieces. I may or may not comment on them specifically since many are so old, but do please know that they are most appreciated here.

Of this weeks posts I'm looking forward to the Embryo in particular, being a fan of their brand of tunage.

Hope you work out your PC issues, that can be a real pain. Think I'll take this opportunity to make sure my backups are in order. A crash would totally fuck me up right now.

Glad I (re-)found your excellent site, I expect I'll be checking in a bit.

~Z

2:02 PM, January 08, 2008  
Blogger frumious bandersnatch said...

as zubbid said, "Let it be known that I have always found your little blurbs quite helpful."
Glad to see you back, & I really sympathize with you about this virus problem... Shit happens, sometimes...
thanks for this week's post, I'm gonna check this Camel cd right now... see you !!

3:22 PM, January 08, 2008  
Blogger Carlos said...

Your "little blurbs" are what makes me keeping come here. One can find albums everywhere, but comments about this kind of music from someone who is wort listening is very rare. Keepi post and commenting. Thank you!

3:50 PM, January 08, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

McOil is great. A real masterpiece. But I had some problems with the audio quality. Anyone else? Maybe I'll need to download it again.
Thanks for this awesome gem!

2:18 AM, January 10, 2008  
Blogger Bilek said...

I just dropped in to say the same thing as most of the commenters above! "blurbs" were indeed helpful, made me realise most overlooked gems!!!
I already had some of this week's posts (Camel, Embryo, and just recently, Berkers), or, simply not interested... yet! (Locomotive, McOil) You see, if you had written your usual eplanatory stuff, you might have aroused my interest in either one :P

about Berkers: I wish you had thought of this earlier, before I asked for it in krautfreak forum, and my request being fulfilled :P (I remember you being member in the same place, eh ;) ) you could've received my applause for that one, too, but alas :) Anyway, you already received much of my admiration & respect by your earlier work (keep it up!)

oh, before I forget, wish you luck & patience with that virus thing whatsoever!

(after all those comments contrary to your own idea about your "blurbs", you might want to modify your post and add something, eh ;) ?)

9:24 AM, January 10, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sakalli? :( :(

12:16 PM, January 10, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the berkers' looks interesting, the same guy on the german music scene, and his stare out from the cover looks indomitable.. yeah, love the blurbs, keeps me runnin' back as well... all the best liam, anthony

6:29 PM, January 10, 2008  
Anonymous Mark said...

The Camel - Under Age album is a great one! I had it already, but for those who don't, definitely get this. Thanks for all the great music as usual Liam :)

1:03 AM, January 11, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I sixth that... "Let it be known that I have always found your little blurbs quite helpful."

12:48 PM, January 12, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

very interesting stuff but icant find the password..greetings

4:37 PM, January 12, 2008  
Blogger Sakalli said...

My blog was shutdown by blogspot a few weeks ago. I've opened a new blog to post a notice and ask for help. Would be glad if you could put the new link in your sidebar.

http://sakallimusic2.blogspot.com/

6:03 AM, January 13, 2008  
Blogger Rick said...

Thanks for the Embryo! I love this band. I had never heard them until I found your site. Now I am a Fan! Keep up the great work.

1:22 PM, January 13, 2008  
Anonymous Billy Mitchel said...

I have noticed that your blog as well has fallen victim to an overzealous link deleter on a quest to stuff his own moral values down our throats.


After reading that a few individuals have decided to stop posting I would encourage all bloggers being subject to deleted links on sites like rapidshare to switch to torrent-based distribution.

There are a few options. First, sign up to a private tracker and set up a prog community within the tracker, giving album info etc in the comment section of a posted torrent. You could even link back to your blog. The downside is that sometimes private trackers are difficult to sign up to.

Second option is to use a public tracker. This option will allow you to keep your blog and simply post a link to the torrent file on your blog. Anyone who downloads the torrent can access the files, as long as they are seeded.

Both of these methods are impervious to link deletion and will let the music reach an even larger audience.

Lets show that once one of these individuals cuts off the head of the hydra, that 5 others spring forward to take the place.

8:31 AM, January 14, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks ,
by the way I love your little blurbs,
both they and the comments
help me to decide what to
sample

1:33 PM, January 14, 2008  
Blogger GarColga said...

Hello everyone - thanks for the kind words!

5:13 PM, January 14, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This Blog is fucking Great!!!

I´ve been looking for KOLLEKTIV LIVE 1973, do you have it?

Cheers from México!

12:04 PM, January 15, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey glad you're back. this is my favorite blog on the internet!

9:22 PM, January 15, 2008  
Anonymous Wapiti said...

Thanks for more Spooky Tooth, can't get enough! Have you heard their collaboration with Pierre Henry called "Ceremony?" That's my favorite, super far out and experimental. I don't know if you've already posted it, but I could rip my vinyl if you like, although it has some pops and cracks. Anyway, I've been diggin your site for a couple weeks now and I LOVE IT! Keep up the good work!

3:25 PM, January 24, 2008  

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