Monday, March 24, 2008

OK - this week all six volumes of "Psychedelic Gems" from the Garden of Delights label. Mostly these are 7" singles from late 60's to mid 70's Germany. A lot of this stuff is great. All files @320 each volume has front and back covers.

Psychedelic Gems - Vol. 1
Hans Werner Kuntze’s Osnabrück CCA label (and sub-labels) mainly featured beat bands but included some psychedelic and progressive groups. Here are DOM, Pax Vobis, The Ooze, The Devils, Blues Ltd. and Scramp.

1. DOM - DOM 05:01 (1972)
2. DOM - Devil’s Grandma 06:29 (1972)
3. Pax Vobis - Questions, As Old As The Humanity 02:37 (1972)
4. Pax Vobis - Ali Ben Muck 05:02 (1972)
5. Pax Vobis - Muffelofen 06:11 (1972)
6. Pax Vobis - Rotkohl 03:35 (1972)
7. The Ooze - Free 05:13 (1970)
8. The Ooze - We’re Living Now 04:16 (1970)
9. The Devils - World Of Empty Wishes 05:05 (1973)
10. The Devils - Way Of Love 07:23 (1973)
11. The Devils - Darkness 07:09 (1973)
12. Blues Ltd. - St. Andrews 04:05 (1971)
13. Blues Ltd. - Butterfinger 03:06 (1971)
14. Scramp - Inside Lookin’ Out 03:22 (1972)
15. Scramp - Who Has Seen The Wind 02:50 (1972)

Part 1 Part 2

Psychedelic Gems - Vol. 2
Featuring the remaining CCA (and sub-label) bands eligible for this series: Alaska Range, The Scorpions (with two so far unreleased tracks backdating to 1971), Lazarus’ Bra, Red Fug and Fifth Dead.

1. Alaska Range - Castles In The Air 02:49 (1970)
2. Alaska Range - Daybreak 04:09 (1970)
3. Scorpions - I'm Goin' Mad 04:43 (1971)
4. Scorpions - Action 03:41 (1971)
5. Lazarus' Bra - Passivity Won't Change The World 07:03 (1972)
6. Lazarus' Bra - If 04:23 (1972)
7. Red Fug - March, 16th 04:38 (1973)
8. Red Fug - The Journey 03:09 (1973)
9. Fifth Dead - A Special Man 03:08 (1973)
10. Fifth Dead - Long Way 03:47 (1975)
11. Fifth Dead - Bumble Bee 03:40 (1975)
12. Fifth Dead - What Can We Do 07:38 (1975)
13. Fifth Dead - Angel and God 02:51 (1975)
14. Fifth Dead - Blue Sky 04:38 (1976)
15. Fifth Dead - Devilking 04:08 (1976)

Part 1 Part 2

Psychedelic Gems - Vol. 3
This third CD in the series contains exclusive tracks unreleased at the time: an almost 25 minute My Solid Ground composition of 1970, a Mr. Grabstein (ex Gäa) track and three early Werwolf demos.

1. My Solid Ground - Flash 24:41 (1970)
2. Mr. Grabstein - Smoke 08:05 (1975)
3. Werwolf - The Song 08:21(1979)
4. Werwolf - My Story 11:30 (1979)
5. Werwolf - The Dreamer 09:22 (1979)

Part 1 Part 2

Psychedelic Gems - Vol. 4
Seven bands who released just one 7" single on small labels or as a private pressing: Chicago Sect, The Empty C, The Hardships, Apple Pie, Yoice (later Analogy), Waterloo and Acid.

1. Chicago Sect - Chain Reaction 03:25 (1968)
2. Chicago Sect - She's Not There 03:05 (1968)
3. The Empty C - Porky's Blues 04:58 (1969)
4. The Empty C - The Night 02:23 (1969)
5. The Hardships - The Work 03:15 (1969)
6. The Hardships - Follow Me 03:25 (1969)
7. Apple Pie - Ballad Of The Crying Man 03:18 (1970)
8. Apple Pie - Maurice 03:02 (1970)
9. Yoice - Sold Out 04:34 (1971)
10. Yoice - God's Own Land 03:34 (1971)
11. Waterloo - The End 05:36 (1976)
12. Waterloo - The Painter 04:51 (1976)
13. Waterloo - Jamming 1 05:40 (1976)
14. Waterloo - Jamming 2 (03:30 (1976)
15. Acid - Acid 03:37 (1979)
16. Acid - She's Alone Again 03:00 (1979)

Part 1 Part 2

Psychedelic Gems - Vol. 5
Just like the fourth CD of the series, this time featuring: The Desperates, Tortilla Flat, Just We, The Giants, Chain, B.S.H. and Tibet. Their 7" singles were released between 1966 and 1976.

1. The Desperates - LSD 02:52 (1966)
2. The Desperates - Stupidity 02:26 (1966)
3. Tortilla Flat - Facts 02:24 (1970)
4. Tortilla Flat - Life 02:25 (1970)
5. Just We - Somethin' Like It 03:30 (1971)
6. Just We - Dallas Woman Blues 03:38 (1971)
7. The Giants - He-He-Ho 05:03 (1972)
8. The Giants - Broken Earth 04:45 (1972)
9. Chain - Greasy 04:34 (1973)
10. Chain - London City 03:10 (1973)
11. B.S.H. - Short Step 02:39 (1974)
12. Tibet - Only Man's Love 03:22 (1976)
13. Tibet - She Is Gone 03:32 (1976)

Part 1 Part 2

Psychedelic Gems - Vol. 6
Seven bands who released just one 7" single on small labels or as a private pressing: The JP’s (pre-Jane), Blackmann Lane, Blackbirds 2000, Caleidoscope Inc., Nyrvana Pancake, Al Capone, and Metamorphosis.

1. The JP's: Save Me 03:33 (1969)
2. The JP's: The War 03:00 (1969)
3. Blackmann Lane - Hunger 03:12 (1970)
4. Blackmann Lane - Lato-Lam 02:55 (1970)
5. Blackbirds 2000 - Let’s Do It Together 02:45 (1970)
6. Blackbirds 2000 - Preludium 02:10 (1970)
7. Caleidoscope Inc. - I’m Waiting For You 03:28 (1970)
8. Caleidoscope Inc. - Kind Of Sadness 03:20 (1970)
9. Nyrvana Pancake - Open Your Eyes 03:39 (1973)
10. Nyrvana Pancake - Lonesome Boy 03:54 (1973)
11. Al Capone - Demon’s Dance 02:37 (1975)
12. Al Capone - Classicer 01:52 (1975)
13. Metamorphosis - You Have An Aim 03:25 (1977)
14. Metamorphosis - Wanna Hear Some Blues 03:58 (1977)

Part 1 Part 2

Well that's it then!

23 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow. the only thing missing is the mushrooms. (LOL!!!)

-->D.Moose

12:16 AM, March 25, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amazing,thanks you!
Alan!

5:26 AM, March 25, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

.......

12:29 PM, March 25, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i dont like to see my albums (i posted in lossless on private board) posted here for all leechers


mikejoint

12:35 PM, March 25, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love this collection. Many thanks.

2:34 PM, March 25, 2008  
Blogger Pep Sonic said...

Thanks for this series. Fantastic collection. Cheers.

3:17 PM, March 25, 2008  
Blogger Fuzzbox said...

Priceless post!!!
Big big big thanks :-D

Peace, Fuzzbox

3:17 PM, March 25, 2008  
Blogger GarColga said...

Hi mikejoint - I actually thought I had got these off of eMule, but I see that only 3 of the volumes are available there.

I do apologize for posting them - if I had realized where they came from I probably wouldn't have.

4:19 PM, March 25, 2008  
Blogger zillagord said...

Garcola:
WOW! Great stuff here. Thanks so much!

6:22 PM, March 25, 2008  
Blogger PHSStudiosRJ said...

Miracle, Without hypocrisy, you have been the best musical blog that it remained in the planet. Thank you very much.

6:44 PM, March 25, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very thanks Garcolga, you're a great pal !!!

Greetings from Mexico.
-Aghori (kr/freaks forum)

8:12 PM, March 25, 2008  
Blogger PHSStudiosRJ said...

He would like to do a request. Gives for you to post for us a file containing the art of the complete layer, with all information and pictures that that material you. If he does that it will be wonderful. A hug is once again thank you very much

THANK'S YOUUUUUUUUU

9:38 AM, March 26, 2008  
Anonymous Deckard said...

Garcolga - wherever this stuff comes from it's great and thanks for making it available here

1:25 PM, March 26, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That was the best postage of all of the times. Simply wonderful. Thank you very much for granting us my privilege brother. KRAUTROCK will always be in the scenery of the unbeatable world Rock.
I found great idea in posting a separate file containing the whole art of the layers. In case you have them. Please don't stop posting also for us the whole art. Thank you very much and a lot of happiness.

I am very excited and I will be constatemente looking here in the hope of seeing the whole art of the layers of that wonderful work of the also here "Garden of Delights"....

Nickson

5:46 AM, March 27, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Art of the covers. Marvel. I wait....

5:49 AM, March 27, 2008  
Blogger PHSStudiosRJ said...

Hi, GarColga, thank you very much. In relation to the that wrote mikejoint, I want to leave my opinion here, opinion of who a lot also does postages (museo_PNF) it is only to check there. Also low things of the it emulates, and usually in it emulates him not even the credit come of who threw in the net the links(eMule). Really there he has three of this, two of the which I lowered for there (Vol. 2 and 6). plus 3,4,5, I never saw before. More in any way who put files and with the intention of sharing and the one that you give will happen, it is part of the mutual mechanism of this. I particularly don't see any of his part lamentation need one more strong sensation of having in the proposcionado that privilege of having that wonderful collection finally. Thank you very much, you and the man.

7:53 AM, March 28, 2008  
Blogger PHSStudiosRJ said...

If has please in hands the art of the covers load for us. A great hug and thank you very much again.

7:57 AM, March 28, 2008  
Blogger Kraut - Jazz & More said...

Thats a super Kraut Post!!
Thanhx for your work, it´s great!!
sualk111

3:25 PM, March 28, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,

2 Alben scheinen wohl DOWN zusein.

Psychedelic Gems - Vol. 5

Psychedelic Gems - Vol. 6

Besteht die Möglichkeit diese
beiden Alben neu zu uppen?

Wäre schade wenns nicht klappen würde.

Vielen Vielen Vielen Vielen
Dank .

Karlchen.

ps.mach BITTE BIITE weiter diesen Blog. Du leistet SUPER Arbeit hier.
Hast SPITZEN ALBEN hier.
Mach weiter so

8:45 PM, March 31, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello,

Vol.5 and Vol.6 i cannot Download.

We are sorry! Rapidshare.com said that
We are sorry! The file requested has been deleted by uploader or Rapidshare.com

Can you help me?

Please help me. Thank you very much.

Mike

8:50 PM, March 31, 2008  
Anonymous Thalamus said...

Hi Garcolga,

I will be grateful forever for the re-ups (especially in this situation). I had already have the files except 5/2, 6/1 and 6/2 when everything became delated and this great stuff was not available anywhere else. Now I have everything. The god of filesharing bless you!!!

Sincerely yours,

Thalamus

6:37 PM, April 03, 2008  
Blogger jon said...

Don't know if you'll see this or not, but The Scorpians tunes are from Lonesome Crow. At least i know I'm Going Mad is, not sure about the other one since I haven't heard the album in years.

2:31 PM, April 05, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Psychedelic Gems 7

is out now

7:24 AM, April 18, 2008  

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