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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby robertff » 01 Jan 2022, 16:15

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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby C » 01 Jan 2022, 18:59

The extra that got away




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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby C » 02 Jan 2022, 13:35

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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby robertff » 03 Jan 2022, 12:36

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Pretty safe to say that this is no-one’s favourite, nevertheless, a few good tracks on here. This version sounds better than the original, in fact makes it sound quite reasonable.


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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby Lord Rother » 03 Jan 2022, 18:56

Vol 1 of an 8 album compilation. All sung in English and sounds remarkably like the 1960s UK scene. Well worth a listen if you like that sort of thing.
1-1 The Beatniks (5)– Wouldn't You Like To Know 2:40
1-2 The Beatniks (5)– She's About A Mover 2:51
1-3 The Counsellors– I'll Be Your Man 2:19
1-4 The Competitors (2)– Long Tall Shorty 3:02
1-5 The Phantoms (3)– Jack The Ripper 3:13
1-6 Johnny Kendall & The Heralds– Tu Cammini (See See Rider) 2:09
1-7 Bintangs– You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover 2:57
1-8 Bintangs– I'm A Man 3:00
1-9 Nicky And The Shouts– Don't Be A Fool 2:11
1-10 Nicky And The Shouts– It's Time 2:13
1-11 The Motions– It's Gone 2:30
1-12 The Entertainers (16)– Searching 2:49
1-13 The Entertainers (16)– Down Home Girl 2:53
1-14 The Outsiders (5)– You Mistreat Me 1:57
1-15 The Outsiders (5)– Sun's Going Down 2:40
1-16 The Condors (2)– Little Girl 1:52
1-17 The Golden Earrings*– Please Go 2:57
1-18 The Gamblers (7)– Dead... 2:01
1-19 Cuby & The Blizzards*– Stumble And Fall 1:56
1-20 Cuby & The Blizzards*– I'm So Restless 2:34
1-21 Peter And The Blizzards– A Picture Of You 1:57
1-22 The Phantoms (3)– I'll Go Crazy 2:07
1-23 John Hatton And The Devotions– I'm Comin' Home 2:15
1-24 The Losers (6)– Since You're Gone 2:53
1-25 The Mods (3)– Baby Please Don't Go 2:39
1-26 The Mods (3)– Don't Bring Me Down 1:54
1-27 Les Mysteres– Summertime 2:15

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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby robertff » 03 Jan 2022, 19:03

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Wonderful album, class act.


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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby robertff » 03 Jan 2022, 19:43

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Mono vinyl version.


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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby Lord Rother » 04 Jan 2022, 10:29

Another interesting comp which may (or may not) only be available on Spotify. (Doesn't show on Discogs.)

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1 The Premieres - Little Girl (Single Version) 2:26
2 The Weeds - Let's Live for Today 3:11
3 Bubble Puppy - Hot Smoke & Sasafrass (Live Version) 2:35
4 Thee Sixpence - Fortune Teller 2:16
5 The Music Explosion - Little Bit o' Soul (Reunion Re-Record) 2:19
6 The Eccentrics - Baby I Need You 2:26
7 The Gods - Towards the Skies 3:25
8 The Messengers - Midnight Hour 2:32
9 The 13th Floor Elevators - You're Gonna Miss Me (Live) 3:11
10 The Penny Peeps - Model Village 2:53
11 The Driving Wheels - She Comes Running 2:52
12 The Mustangs - Soul Shakin' Psychedelic Sally 2:42
13 The Parking Lot - World Spinning Sadly 3:02
14 The Lost Agency - One Girl Man 3:04
15 North Atlantic Invasion Force - Rock & Roll 3:20
16 The Koobas - Barricades 5:03
17 The Cryan' Shames - Ben Franklin's Almanac 2:02
18 The Feathers - It's Alright 2:12
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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby LMG » 04 Jan 2022, 10:29

I went to my local second hand music emporium in Camberwell, Rat Records, having circumnavigated their labyrinthine holiday opening hours and once even arrived there last week to find the place shuttered and dark, to my utter dismay.

Anyway, happily they were open yesterday at last. I got loads of good stuff. They had some Hot Tuna, never sure how much of their stuff one needs, although what I do have I enjoy a good deal.

It reminded me of this terrific album from the Airplane/Tuna guitarist, which is now playing:

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Quah by Jorma Kaukonen

We did this album for a prog synch listen in summer 2020 - it seems like a few weeks ago, but is not:

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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby C » 04 Jan 2022, 10:40

LMG wrote:
It reminded me of this terrific album from the Airplane/Tuna guitarist, which is now playing:

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Quah by Jorma Kaukonen

We did this album for a prog synch listen in summer 2020 - it seems like a few weeks ago, but is not:

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=147511


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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby C » 04 Jan 2022, 12:18

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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby robertff » 04 Jan 2022, 14:11

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Great stuff.


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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby C » 05 Jan 2022, 14:17

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An ABB off-shoot



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Postby Lord Rother » 05 Jan 2022, 15:12

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1 Fleetwood Mac - Dust My Broom 2:54
2 Duster Bennett - It's a Man Down There 2:50
3 Eddie Boyd - You Got to Reap 2:23
4 Chicken Shack - San-Ho-Zay 3:05
5 Champion Jack Dupree - Income Tax 4:51
6 Gordon Smith - Pearlie Blues 2:59
7 Otis Spann - My Love Depends on You 5:26
8 Jellybread - I Pity the Fool 4:46
9 Johnny Young - My Trainfare Out of Town 3:46
10 Christine Perfect - I'm Too Far Gone (To Turn Around) 3:19
11 Johnny Shines - Last Night's Dream 3:48
12 Top Topham - Hop House 3:38
13 George Smith - Telephone Blues 6:01
14 Key Largo - Wrapped Up in Love Again 2:19

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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby C » 05 Jan 2022, 16:17

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Playing again

Worth checking out if you are not familiar

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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby Lord Rother » 06 Jan 2022, 12:59

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All is not what it appears to be it seems....

Can the afficionados confirm?

(Edit - not that I'm particularly interested tbh - having played it, it just confirms what a load of tuneless twaddle they churned out. Jeez.)

Tracks 1-5 are reportedly from Santa Monica, California, January 1, 1975. However, are actually from a Capitol Studios recording session on February 13, 1975, according to Alan Kinsman, who says, "on January 1, 1975, GG were all at home in the UK, some of them no doubt recovering from the excesses of New Year parties!"

Tracks 6-7 are from Electric Ballroom, Dallas, March 19, 1977, reportedly played during a soundcheck

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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby robertff » 06 Jan 2022, 13:48

Lord Rother wrote:Image

All is not what it appears to be it seems....

Can the afficionados confirm?

(Edit - not that I'm particularly interested tbh - having played it, it just confirms what a load of tuneless twaddle they churned out. Jeez.)





One of your favourite bands then Lord. :lol:



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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby Lord Rother » 06 Jan 2022, 13:51

This is more like it - Also Eden are a bit of a hidden gem. Vocals are ok, but not 100% a fan of the occasional strangled Fish-like sound that emanates.

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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby Lord Rother » 06 Jan 2022, 13:52

robertff wrote:
Lord Rother wrote:Image

All is not what it appears to be it seems....

Can the afficionados confirm?

(Edit - not that I'm particularly interested tbh - having played it, it just confirms what a load of tuneless twaddle they churned out. Jeez.)





One of your favourite bands then Lord. :lol:



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Music without melody is just noise. :D

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Re: REAP CORNER

Postby C » 06 Jan 2022, 15:45

Lord Rother wrote:
robertff wrote:
Lord Rother wrote:Image

All is not what it appears to be it seems....

Can the afficionados confirm?

(Edit - not that I'm particularly interested tbh - having played it, it just confirms what a load of tuneless twaddle they churned out. Jeez.)



One of your favourite bands then Lord. :lol:

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Music without melody is just noise. :D


I've not heard it.

The set-list is good one. However, it was originally released as a bootleg with some poor sound

Cogs In Cogs
Proclamation / Funny Ways
Experience
So Sincere
Advent Of Panurge
For Nobody #1
For Nobody #2

It is from the Free Hand tour but as you say

Tracks 1-5 are reportedly from Santa Monica, California, January 1, 1975. However, are actually from a Capitol Studios recording session on February 13, 1975, according to Alan Kinsman, who says, "on January 1, 1975, GG were all at home in the UK, some of them no doubt recovering from the excesses of New Year parties!"

Tracks 6-7 are from Electric Ballroom, Dallas, March 19, 1977, reportedly played during a soundcheck

Somebody is trying to cash in methinks....

Irrespective of the sound if you don't like it then GG aren't for you Bob - even if the clarity was crystal clear.

However, I would never describe them as lacking 'melody' - and certainly not the instigators of 'noise'

As Zappa said you either get it or you don't.

Not harm done




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