For those generous people who would like to encourage me

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Volume 741























01 SATRYCON Leave It
02 FE-FI-FOUR PLUS TWO Double Crossin' Girl
03 THE SOUND BARRIER My Baby's Gone
04 THE HUMAN EXPRESSION  Love At Psychedelic Velocity
05 NERVOUS BREAKDOWN I Dig Your Mind
06 THE SOUL AGENTS I'm Still Mad At You
07 JOHN ENGLISH III & THE HEATHENS I Need You Near
08 PARK AVENUE PLAYGROUND The Trip
09 THE TASMANIANS Baby
10 THE IN CROWD Things She Says
11 QUIET JUNGLE Everything
12 SONICS Cinderella
13 GRAINS OF SAND Going Away Baby
14 DING DONG Song By The Snobs
15 WE THE PEOPLE You Burn Me Up And Down
16 THE UGLY'S Quiet Explosion
17 THE BENDERS Can't Tame Me
18 THE SHAMES Special Ones
19 TROPICS You Better Move
20 NEW BREED Wasting My Time
21 THE HEADSTONES Bad Day Blues
22 THE RANGERS Snow Skiing
23 F.L. WRAY & THE MOON MEN Other Side Of The Moon
24 THE DOVERS The Third Eye
25 SHADY DAZE I'll Make You Pay
26 THE SONS OF FRED I'll Be There
27 TOMBSTONES I Want You
28 THE DODADS Bring Me
29 THE UNDERWORLD Go Away
30 THE FLYS Be What You Is
31 THE BELFAST GYPSIES Gloria's Dream

Friday, June 24, 2016

Keith Christmas


Keith Christmas (born Keith Peter Christmas, 13 October 1946, Wivenhoe, near Colchester, Essex) is an English singer and songwriter. In 1969 his first album Stimulus was released. Christmas played acoustic guitar on David Bowie's Space Oddity album, and appeared at the first Glastonbury Festival in 1970.
Through the 1970s he released four more albums, Fable Of The Wings, Pigmy, Brighter Day and Stories From The Human Zoo, while touring with and supporting bands like The Who, King Crimson, Ten Years After, Frank Zappa, Roxy Music, Hawkwind, Captain Beefheart and The Kinks.
Among the musicians who contributed to his recordings were Mighty Baby, Pat Donaldson, Keith Tippett, Gerry Conway, Shelagh McDonald, Rod Argent, Peter Sinfield, Greg Lake, Mel Collins, Cat Stevens and Michael Boshears.
In 1972 he was voted one of six favourite international artists by writers of Sounds magazine.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Volume 740























01 CIRKIT Yesterday We Laughed
02 ONE WAY STREETS Jack The Ripper
03 THE KING-BEEZ Gloria
04 THE HUMAN EXPRESSION Readin' Your Will
05 THE STOICS Hate
06 T.C. ATLANTIC Faces
07 THE ROYAL FLAIRS Suicide
08 THE GENTLEMEN It's A Cryin Shame
09 THE SHAMES My World Is Upside Down
10 GRAINS OF SAND Golden Apples Of The Sun
11 THE PLAGUE Go Away
12 THE OMENS Searching
13 HIM & THE OTHERS She's Got Eyes That Tell Lies
14 THE SOUND BARRIER Hey Hey
15 THE CONTINENTALS I'm Gone
16 THE FRINGE Token For My Mind
17 THE DAWNBREAKERS Alligator
18 HENCHMEN Get Off My Back
19 END RESULT Never Ask Again
20 ADRIAN LLOYD Lorna
21 THE MAGIC PLANTS I'm A Nothing
22 THE HEADSTONES - 24 Hours (Everyday)
23 KENNY & THE KASUALS Journey To Tyme
24 THE MONSTERS Acid Dreams

Monday, June 20, 2016

Edwards Hand


Edwards Hand (formerly known as Picadilly Line) was a musical group formed by Englishmen Rod Edwards (keyboards and vocals) and Roger Hand (acoustic guitar and vocals).

Saturday, June 18, 2016

Volume 739























1 CARAVAN Be All Right / Chance Of A Lifetime
2 SOFT MACHINE 37 1-2

3 HATFIELD & THE NORTH
    I. Fol de Rol (3:08)
    II. Shaving Is Boring (8:46)
    III. Licks For The Ladies (2:37)
    IV. Bossa Nochance (0:40)
     V. Big Jobs No. 2 (By Poo and The Wee Wees) 2:15
     VI. Lobster in Cleavage Probe (3:57)
     VII. Gigantic Land Crabs in Earth Takeover Bid (3:21)
     VIII. The Other Stubbs Effect (0:33)

4 MATCHING MOLE
    I. Dedicated To Hugh, But You Weren't Listening (5:04)
    II. Beer as in Braindeer (4:39)
    III. Immediate Curtain (4:55)

5 NATIONAL HEALTH Zabaglione
6 GILGAMESH With Lady and Friend

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Velvet Opera


Velvet Opera, also known as "Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera", was a British rock band active in the late 1960s. Members of the band would later become members of The Strawbs, Hudson Ford and Stretch.
The group emerged from a soul/blues band called 'The Five Proud Walkers'. After supporting Pink Floyd on tour, they were inspired to change their approach and become a more psychedelic outfit. 

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Volume 738























01 THE JUST LUV Valley of Hate
02 THE FIVE AMERICANS Sound Of Love
03 THE COUNTS Now You're Gone
04 THE EYE ZOOMS She's Gone
05 THE LANDLORDS I'm Through With You
06 THE SPECTERS Depression
07 THE IN MATES The Same
08 THE PAUPERS Searching For Someone
09 THE MADHATTERS You May See Me Cry
10 ACTION UNLIMITED My Heart Cries Out
11 THE WANTED Here To Stay
12 THE MASTERS OF STONEHOUSE Please
13 THE STONEMEN No More
14 THE ASCOTS Where I'm Goin'
15 THE BOUNTY HUNTERS Somewhere
16 THE 5 P.M. How Many Days
17 THE INVADERS I Was A Fool
18 THE SYMMETRY OF SOUND Here Without You
19 THE MISSING LYNX Hang Around
20 THE SATISFACTIONS Never Be Happy
21 THE MISSING LINKS You Hypnotize Me
22 THE ST. PETERSBURG PARADOX Won't You Take Me
23 THE MONUMENTS You'll Find The Way
24 BAD MANNERS I Am Alone
25 THE LOST SOULS Lost Love
26 THE SYNDICATE She Haunts You

Friday, June 10, 2016

Billy Nicholls


William Morris "Billy" Nicholls Jr. (born 15 February 1949) is an English singer / songwriter, who first gained fame in the 1960s while still a teenager with his Pet Sounds-influenced album, Would You Believe, originally released on Immediate Records.