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Juancho



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MensajeTema: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Dom 25 Sep 2011, 14:58

Aquí voy a abrir un hilo con recomendaciones de discos de los 60 para que tengan su espacio y los iré colocando en este primer post. Esta tarde lo inicio con dos o tres joyas. Estaría bien que se intentara poner la portada, alguna palabra sobre el disco, y si fuera posible, alguna canción.
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Dom 25 Sep 2011, 16:16

MIKE STUART SPAN: Children Of Tomorrow (1968-2011)

Me parece una estupenda recuperación. Es uno de los discos seminales de la psicodelia británica pero no desde un punto de vista oscuro sino mas pop-mod. El single Children of Tomorrow vale hoy una fortuna.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQ6T1-KOTK8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWnPpkujl04&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qN_DDP8zZI4&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p2ZsdQ_3YTQ&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjLhDJCNXzM&feature=related







Track Listings
1. COME ON OVER TO OUR PLACE
2. STILL NIGHTS
3. Dear
4. Invitation
5. Children Of Tomorrow
6. Concerto Of Thoughts
7. You Can Understand Me
8. Baubles And Bangles
9. Second Production
10. Rescue Me
11. World In My Head
12. Time
13. Flames
14. Blue Day
15. Remember The Times
16. Wanderin' Eye - The Mighty Atoms
17. You Can Understand Me (Radio Session)
18. Follow Me
19. Workout
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Dom 25 Sep 2011, 16:28


The Holy Mackerel: Holy Mackerel [Extra Tracks, Original Recording Remastered] (1968-2010)

Paul Williams es un conocidísimo compositor de canciones de éxito para muchos grupos desde comienzos de los 70. Mezcla el rock acústico con un poco de psicodelia. Me encanta este disco que incluye los 12 primeros temas del disco original con 10 Bonus Track

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sNZjDYTf-A&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6adne_Ge3o&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBD8Fyygfrs&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLtsy-Z8Mzc&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sz2NJzlE7K4&feature=related









Track Listings
1. THE SECRET OF PLEASURE
2. SCORPIO RED
3. THE LADY IS WAITING
4. WILDFLOWERS
5. THE SOMEWHERE IN ARIZONA AT 4:30 A.M RESTAURANT SON AND NOW I AM ALONE
6. PRINDERELLA
7. BITTER HONEY
8. NOTHIN' SHORT OF MISERY
9. THE GOLDEN GHOST OF LOVE
10. THE WILD SIDE OF LIFE
11. 10,000 MEN
12. 1984
13. LOVE FOR EVERYONE non-LP 45
14. TO PUT UP WITH YOU non-LP 45
15. BITTER HONEY Mono 45
16. SCORPIO RED Mono 45
17. THE LADY IS WAITING Mono 45
18. AND NOW I AM ALONE Sessions
19. LOVE FOR EVERYONE Sessions
20. BITTER HONEY Previously unreleased demo
21. ON THE WAY Previously unreleased
22. LISTEN TO THE VOICE Previously unreleased
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Dom 25 Sep 2011, 16:36

Katch 22: Major Catastrophe. The Katch 22 Story 1966-69 (2011)


Grupo británico que mezla el sunshine pop, la psicodelia, el rock ácido y el freakbeat. Grupo de culto entre minorías porque es bastante desconocido


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zVaPTszvGA&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkG9E5gEVXo&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6RKtbaYM3I&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuCe8Ap_U1M&feature=related










Track Listings
1. MAJOR CATASTROPHE
2. HOLD ME
3. MAKIN' MY MIND UP
4. WHILE WE'RE FRIENDS
5. THE WORLD'S GETTING SMALLER
6. DON'T BOTHER
7. PUMPKIN MINI
8. 100,000 YEARS
9. OUT OF MY LIFE
10. BABY LOVE
11. YOU AIN'T GOIN' NOWHERE (LIVE)
12. FAKIN IT (LIVE)
13. PUMPKIN MINI (LIVE)
14. TOO YOUNG TO BE ONE (LIVE)
15. WALK AWAY RENEE
16. THERE AIN'T NO USE IN HANGIN ON
17. SELDOM
18. GROOVY SUMMERTIME
19. DON'T LISTEN
20. 59TH STREET BRIDGE SONG (FEELIN GROOVY)
21. WINDY
22. OPEN UP YOUR EYES
23. THOUGHTS ON A RAINY DAY
24. GO & SAY GOODBYE
25. YOU'VE GOT SOMETHING
26. WISHING
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Dom 25 Sep 2011, 18:08

Algo interesante pero radicalmente opuesto. Son dos recopilaciones de Garaje japonés de los 60 donde vienen todos los grupos míticos nipones como The Spiders, The Cougars, The Tempers...



GS I Love You: Japanese Garage Bands Of The 1960s (1996)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XyTqINVU5M&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xF9Xs-ltdPg&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SuOGFaiGZ2Q&feature=related





Track Listings
1. YOU GAT A CALL ME - THE OUT CAST
2. EVERYTHING'S ALRIGHT - THE OUT CAST
3. DYNAMITE - The Spiders
4. MONKEY DANCE - The Spiders
5. ONE MORE PLEASE - THE BLUE JEANS
6. STOP DANCE - THE TERRYS
7. SHEVIDEVI DE YUKO - THE PLAYBOY
8. KAETTE OKURE - THE PLAYBOY
9. KOKORO NO TOKIMEKI (AJOEN AJOEN) - THE SWING WEST
10. FIRE - THE SWING WEST
11. LET'S GO RANGERS - THE RANGERS
12. KOI O KESUNDA - THE NAPOLEON
13. APHRODITE - The Cougars
14. SUKI NANDA - The Cougars
15. WIPEOUT - The Spiders
16. FURI FURI - The Spiders
17. I SAW HER STANDING THERE - THE BURNS
18. BARA O ANOKONI - THE DAYS & NIGHTS
19. LET'S GO ON THE BEACH - THE OUT CAST
20. BOKUNO SOBAKARA - THE OUT CAST
21. HOLD ON I'M COMIN' - THE VOLTAGE
22. J & A - The Cougars
23. SEISHUN A GO-GO - The Spiders
24. HEY GIRL - THE VAN-DOGS
25. OMIYASAN - The Toys
26. LONG TALL SALLY - THE OUT CAST
27. KIMAMANA SHELLY - THE OUT CAST
28. JANE JANE - THE OUT CAST



GS I Love You Too: Japanese Garage Bands Of The 1960's (1999)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8WJkRPNgvI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqCeneSAK7o&feature=related



Track Listings
1. Hanashitakunai
2. Dancing Lonely Nights
3. Chu Chu Chu
4. Please Please Trina
5. Himitsu No Aikotoba
6. Sutekina Sandy
7. Zin Zin Zin
8. Tell Me More
9. Seaside Bound
10. Stone Free
11. Space Express
12. Koi Ni Shiberete
13. Kidotta & Ko
14. Give Me Lovin
15. Dancing Baby
16. Stop The Music
17. My Love My Love
18. Kono Mune Ni Dakishimete
19. Love Only For You
20. Yuhi Yo Isoge
21. Beat Train
22. Bokutachi No Tenshi
23. Do The Whip
24. Taiyoh Yaroh
25. Kanashimi No Bell
26. Wasure Emu Kimi
27. Kamisama Onegai
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Dom 25 Sep 2011, 18:12

Buen trabajo Juancho

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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Dom 25 Sep 2011, 18:19

Pedro escribió:
Buen trabajo Juancho


Gracias. Hay que darle vida desde el comienzo. Cualesquiera de los discos que he colgado es susceptible de visitar el paraíso... Le tengo que pasar a Luis una nueva hornada de discos.
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Dom 25 Sep 2011, 19:35

Joder, todo esto es apetecible
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Dom 25 Sep 2011, 20:01

Este disco supuso una enorme y gratificante sorpresa. Recuerdos a Beach Boys o Jan & Dean. Fue su único disco con 10 canciones y dos mas con The Good Times. Mezcla, como en tantos discos de los 60, muchos estilos y tendencias. Son de Nueva York. Me parece una delicia


The Trade Winds: Excursions (1966-2010)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFCMhe-0uzA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRSe9fbzbFc&feature=related






Track Listings

EXCURSIONS
1. MIND EXCURSION
2. CATCH ME IN THE MEADOW
3. BAD MISUNDERSTANDING
4. NEW YORK'S A LONELY TOWN
5. I BELIEVE IN HER
6. ONLY WHEN I'M DREAMIN'
7. SMALL TOWN BRING DOWN
8. TO BE WITH YOU
9. HUGGIN' IN THE HALL
10. LITTLE SUSAN'S DREAMIN'

BONUS TRACKS CON THE GOOD TIMES
11. THAT'S WHEN YOUR HEARTACHES BEGIN THE GOOD TIMES
12. HARD LIFE THE GOOD TIMES
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Lun 26 Sep 2011, 12:14

Vamos Juancho....dále caña a este hilo.....molaaaaa!!!!!!
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Lun 26 Sep 2011, 17:34

Los 60 son infinitos, si empiezas no terminas, pero apetecen mucho.
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Miér 28 Sep 2011, 02:12

Aquí van algunas recopilaciones de verdadera categoría. Es curioso como surge una cantidad enorme de singles en EEUU, en todas las regiones americanas, en los 60 de todo tipo de música. Hay que alegrarse de que haya gente que recopile todos esos trabajos. Continuador de Nuggets y de Rubble:


Circus Days The Complete Series Volumes 1 - 6





What I enjoy about Circus Days is that it sounds like a trip through someone’s record collection. Where the legendary Nuggets always seemed a tiny bit ashamed of its pop step children, Circus Days is not embarrassed by the schmaltzy and the orchestrated. Where Rubble is massive, organized and often very serious, Circus Days is messy and fun.

Truth be told, that bit of rock criticism is not exactly profound. In fact, Circus Days is a stroll through a very small portion of the Strange Things archive – the massive record collection of Phil Smee. It’s a sometimes click-filled, low-fidelity and often wacky look at British pop dating from the mid-60's to the early 70's. The original 6 LP's (condensed to 4 CD's) were released in 1990 on Bam Caruso in conjunction with Strange Things magazine.

It seems almost pointless to review the recordings. Circus Days appeals to a fairly specific audience, all of whom probably own the original set in some form or another. The collection broke ground for fans of British pop when it gave us early compilation appearances by John Pantry, the Mirage, Jason Crest, the Factory, Nick Garrie and others. Some of these acts have been well mined over the years but just as astounding is the number of artists whose only appearance is on Circus Days.

It’s no secret that several of the band names were invented just for the collection or culled incorrectly from acetates. For instance, a very early Supertramp demo appears as the Idle Hands and the Teenage Opera-like “Ice Cream Man,” released as a single by a studio band named Kidrock, appears as Clover. But the invented names are another story. It’s enough to know that many of the recordings are very rare.

Appreciation for the music depends on the eclectic nature of your taste. The styles range from sublime orchestrated pop like “Alice” by Jon Plum to novelty psych by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore to the Cortina’s catchy bubblegum track “Phoebe’s Flower Shop” and to organ-driven progressive pop like “Reputation” by Shy Limbs. There’s also plenty of slightly heavy psych and rock too. Buried on each album are mystery tracks cleverly surrounded by vintage radio advertisements. Despite the variety of material, each album is its own experience and even a drug-free trip through the series proves rewarding.
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Miér 28 Sep 2011, 02:14

Otra joya recién salida del horno, es el mismo que el anterior con algunos cambios en el libreto. El resto es lo mismo:

Circus Days: Pop Psych Obscurities 1966-1972





Six discs-53,48,49,54,48,52 minutes each approximately. The sound is very good considering when these tracks were recorded, many of them one-offs with small budgets. The discs are housed in cardboard sleeves which recreate the original album sleeve artwork. Song titles and artists are listed on the back. The booklet contains a track by track synopsis/discography of the artists, an index of artists, and quite a few photographs of some the artists. Everything fits neatly inside a substantial cardboard lidded box. On the back of the box is a list of all the tracks/artists, including a "mystery track" at the end of each disc. For those who think it's important, my box is numbered 0046 out of 1,000.

The title of this box set is spot on. This is, for the most part, extremely obscure recordings/releases from the years 1966-1972. Jackie Lomax, ARZACHEL, Alex Harvey, THE SMOKE, BLONDE ON BLONDE, ANDROMEDA, TUESDAY'S CHILDREN, and Vashti will be known to fans/collectors of this period of British/European music. The majority of the remaining artist were known, at best, regionally or locally, especially if they released one 45 RPM single, an EP, or maybe an LP-that went nowhere.

But repeat listenings (if you're in the right frame of mind) will reward you with some unique/quirky music/lyrics from a period when all this was new, and uncharted waters. Definitely a time that won't ever be repeated. This was music which oftentimes combined syrupy, safe strings/arrangements with a slightly wacky, weird mind bending distortion of the real world. Throughout you'll hear strains of rock, pop, prog, funk, and sometimes a mixture of styles. Included are artists from Britain (the majority), Spain, Germany, etc., which broadens this sets appeal. Picking favorites would be a waste of time. With this music, favorites will be in the ear of the listener. But the vast majority of this music is well worth hearing for both the trippy lyrics and the arrangements.

All these tracks have that slightly left of center feel to them. Nothing that screams psychedelic, but a subtly cumulative effect which is both satisfying and disturbing. The lyrics often come in a sometimes pop-sounding arrangement, and have the effect like you're hearing something you can't see-that's the satisfying/disturbing part. Some tracks are heavily orchestrated, and others feature a small group. And that's what makes this collection a real treat to hear. Is this something that'll be in heavy rotation on your stereo? No. But when you're in that certain mindset for something a bit different, a bit wacky, this will fit the bill nicely. From personal observation, try listening to this music around 4 a.m. with headphones, when your brain isn't as engaged as in daytime. This music seems to make more sense and takes on a depth, an identity all it's own. This is psychedelic music wrapped in pop respectability. Just what were little Johnny and Susie listening to way back then anyway?

Pop-psych has never gotten the attention it deserved. Not truly psychedelic music, and not pure pop music, this music creeps into your brain and starts laying eggs. And before you know it, you're taking a trip down an uncharted pathway to...somewhere. Pop-psych is usually undefinable, unique and subtle. And that's it's calling card. The pop feel of this music masks the lyrics, which are about something else other than pop's happy, sunny, blue skies, everything is wonderful sound. Everything is wonderful-just slightly twisted. Collectors will find a number of "one-offs" from artists relatively or completely unknown-even to the compilers of this great music. The best of this music deserves to be heard by more people. The vast majority of these songs never really had much chance at the time-and now with this set, we can lay back and hear what psychedelic pop music sounded like during a period of time that will never be repeated. Listen and take a ride back in time. No seat belt required-but you will end up somewhere else. Watch out, or you, too, might find yourself drifting, as the man sings-"in my dream-world everybody wears a smile. Won't you join me in my world of dreams".


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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Miér 28 Sep 2011, 02:17

Otra joya en dos partes:

Electric Psychedelic Sitar Headswirlers 1-5




Five discs-74,74,69,73,74 minutes each approximately. The sound is very good to excellent-crisp and clean. Each disc comes in a cardboard sleeve-which could scratch the discs if you're not careful. The booklet has a track by track synopsis, with a bit of information on the artist. There's also a number of photographs of many of the musicians. Also included is a handy index for fast referencing. Each sleeve has graphics appropriate for the music. Everything comes in a substantial cardboard lidded box, which lists the artists/song titles on the back. For those keeping track-my box is numbered 0709 of 1000. Because this collection is so unique, it's difficult to rate it against anything else. It's certainly worth 4 stars (if you're a psych/pop-psych fan), and possibly more-depending on your mindset at the time.

Sitar alert! The music in this set is primarily from the late 60's/early 70's, with a few from later years. Fans of this era of music will recognize several bands/artists-THE PRETTY THINGS, BLONDE ON BLONDE, CHOCOLATE WATCH BAND, LINN COUNTY, FAMILY, PENTANGLE, AMANDA SHANKAR, THE AMBOY DUKES, STRAWBERRY ALARM CLOCK, THE LEMON PIPERS, SHOCKING BLUE, THE WEST COAST POP ART EXPERIMENTAL BAND, THEM, POPOL VUH, THE FRATERNITY OF MAN, and possibly a few (Wizz Jones, THE POPPY FAMILY) others. By and large, this set is made up of artists who flew well below the radar of most people.

If you're looking for music even further out than most psych and psych-pop collections-this is it. This music can seriously play games with your mind if you're not careful. And that's what makes this compilation so enticing and makes for great listening (in small doses), if you're looking for something way off the beaten path. Many of these artists were unknown (or relatively so) even when they were recording this music.

You'll hear all sorts of bands-from garage bands from the U.S., to German, Australian, European, English, Ibizan, Dutch, Spanish, Japanese, French, Turkish, bands/solo artists. What's interesting are the familiar names which pop up throughout this set-Ted Nugent (AMBOY DUKES), Clive Palmer (INCREDIBLE STRING BAND), Mick Jones (FOREIGNER), Zoot Money (DANTALIAN'S CHARIOT), Larry Knetchtel (BREAD), Hal Blaine (session drummer extraordinaire), Herb Ellis, Howard Roberts, Tommy Tedesco (jazz veterans), "Big" Jim Sullivan (British guitarist), Dr. Timothy Leary (space cadet), Meic Stevens (solo artist likened to Dylan), and a few others.

The music is both strictly instrumental and many more which feature vocals. But no matter the style, the Sitar is heavily featured, and this is what gives this collection it's identity. If you're not a fan of the instrument, this may not be your cup of tea. But if you're looking for something unique, something off (sometimes way off) the beaten track, this is for you. The arrangements are suitably trippy, the vocals, too, have that ethereal quality, and of course, the Sitar is either featured as a solo instrument, or in many cases, is used to produce a suitably other worldly effect. If you've heard the compilation "Circus Days" (on the same label), this is one (or more) steps past that. But it's not so far out that it's not enjoyable-and that's something more people should know. The title looks a little scary, a little to esoteric, but that's really not the case. Is it something you'll play constantly? No. But when you're itching for something unique, something with a different musical view-this is it. I don't know if "limited to 1000" is true or not. But why take chances. Pick this up if you think your mind can handle some of these tunes ("Karli Dalar" by Erkin Koray comes immediately to mind), which have a decidedly different viewpoint. In this day and age of pop-out music/artists, it's nice to know that there was a time when music like this could not only be recorded, but released, even if it went nowhere. But that's it's charm. Listen and hear for yourself. Just make sure your feet are firmly on the ground.


Electric Psychedelic Sitar Headswirlers 6-10




I bought volumes 1 to 9 separately (each one in a standard jewel case with a booklet), since they were first released in early 1998. Oddly, the first release was No. 3 (which was a marketing trick to make you search for the previous compilations!). A few months later, Purple Lantern Records (the original label, with NO contact information for obvious reasons and no bar code) released volumes 1 & 2. Next, volumes 4, 5 & 6 at the end of 1998 and then the final trio of volumes (7, 8 & 9) appeared sometime in 2001. A paper note inside volume 6 said: "These are 500 Limited Edition CDs". I know that was true for (long out-of-print) volumes 1-6, but the last three have been around for many years - clearly, not "limited".

Purple Lantern promised a "final" (planned) completion with volumes 10, 11 & 12, but that NEVER happened. But finally, after a ten-year wait, here's a NEW volume! Also, I checked and *every* track on ALL nine CDs have the same artist and the same song, except for track 19 on volume 8 (SRI ATMA "Ajit") - that is new too. So this is a very curious release indeed. Will I spend $55 to get volume 10? I don't think so. Besides, I already have seven of the eighteen cuts already and most of those are from the master tapes - not from vinyl, as these are - although the (UK) transfers are actually very decent. (I've heard much worse from major labels, where the original master tapes were either lost or destroyed.)

But what really matters is the music. When I saw the first volume, I said to myself 'Wow! Someone compiled all this western (non-Middle East) Pop/Rock/Folk/Psych music from the mid '60s to the mid '70s with a *sitar* - what a brilliant idea!'. And to make it even better, most of the music has never been released on CD before. It was exactly something I would have done if I had thought of it first and had the moxie to actually do it. Previously, I was always searching for music with a sitar, just like (the most-obvious example of) George Harrison.
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Miér 28 Sep 2011, 02:19

Otra joya que ya recomendé hace tiempo:

Perfumed Garden: 82 Rare Flowerings 1965-73




Five discs-53,60,54,62,59 minutes each approximately. The sound is very good-clean and spacious. Each discs slips inside a cardboard holder, which has a list of the artists and song titles on the back. The discs and the booklet slip inside a lidded substantial cardboard box. Everything is covered in cool period graphics-a nice touch. The 52 page booklet lists each artist, plus a discography for each. There's a handy index for finding an artist easily. There's photographs of a number of the artists throughout the booklet.

This collection of "underground" music (from 1965-1972) covers the years when various musical styles were first beginning to sprout and come into full bloom. The vast majority of these tracks are fairly rare-most people won't have heard these tracks before. Probably the most recognizable artists are-TINTERN ABBEY, ANDWELLAS DREAM, ARZACHEL, THE BIRDS, THE GROUNDHOGS, ERIC BURDON & THE ANIMALS, AYNSLEY DUNBAR RETALIATION, LES FLEUR DE LYS, THE SMOKE, TIMEBOX, and possibly-TUCKY BUZZARD,GARY WALKER & THE RAIN, WYNDER K. FROG, and RUPERT'S PEOPLE.

The remainder of these artists/tracks seem to have flown well under the musical radar, even during the "underground/psychedelic" heyday of British music. For fans (like me), this collection has many great tracks, most by unknown groups. As with all compilations, some tracks will be weaker than others, but this is one instance where the quality is high, and your interest won't flag. Styles of music range from psychedelic, pop/psych, rock, pop/rock, blues, what would later be labeled punk, and any combination of these styles. For good measure there's a few solo artists, which add depth to an already fine set.

Some of this music sounds like it could have come from the L.A. garage scene, others are very English in both sound and feel. It's interesting to read who were members of some of these bands-a number of familiar names will pop up in the notes, alongside other musicians destined to never be heard from again. And that's what makes this collection so enjoyable (and important), the broad range of styles keeps you wanting to hear the next track, and on and on. Pick this up before it disappears-especially if this era of British music is your cup of tea (no pun intended). There's many great rarities that make this a valuable addition to anyone's library of this era of British music.
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Miér 28 Sep 2011, 02:23



The Rubble Collection: Volumes 1-10







The Rubble Collection: Volumes 11-20


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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Miér 28 Sep 2011, 02:28



127 canciones que mezclan psicodelia, BEAT, garaje, rock...


WE CAN FLY (5CD)





This is a numbered to 1000, limited repressing of the legendary We Can Fly series in a five CD boxed set.

Amongst the best psych and beat compilations ever put together, each volume is a mind-blowing treasure trove of mod, beat, acid rock and pop from the 1960s, and comes housed inside a slipcase card replica of its original artwork.

Strangely enough, the third volume in the We Can Fly compilation series tops the second and, in some ways, even the first.

There is a wider diversity of material here, a serious concentration on psychedelia itself. There are also some gems that prey on listeners' collective sense of nostalgia. For starters, there's a Murray Head side here, called "She Was Perfection."

This is where the Beatles met the jangle of the mind expansionist tendencies of the Byrds. For those who don't already know, Murray Head, despite being a rather failed pop/rock singer, played the lead role in the first London production of Jesus Chris Superstar.

The Shocking Blue, whose big hit was "Venus," contribute a killer tune called "Send Me a Postcard," with some completely crazy fuzz guitar. And "Where Is My Mind?," by someone or something called Pesky Gee, is just plain over the acid-drenched top!
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Miér 28 Sep 2011, 02:29

Por supuesto, excepto cuando ponga vinilo, es suceptible de viajar a otros territorios.
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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Miér 28 Sep 2011, 03:38

Excelente disco de

Townes Van Zandt: Townes Van Zandt (1969-2007)




Tracks
1 For the Sake of the Song VanZandt 5:22
2 Columbine VanZandt 2:34
3 Waiting Around to Die VanZandt 2:45
4 Don't You Take It Too Bad VanZandt 2:54
5 Colorado Girl VanZandt 3:18
6 Lungs VanZandt 2:29
7 I'll Be Here in the Morning VanZandt 3:00
8 Fare Thee Well, Miss Carousel VanZandt 5:22
9 (Quicksilver Daydreams Of) Maria VanZandt 4:45
10 None But the Rain VanZandt 2:23

On his third album, Townes Van Zandt recut three crucial tracks from his debut album, "For The Sake Of The Song," "Waiting Around To Die," and "I'll Be Here In The Morning." It was some indication of the obscurity in which he remained enveloped, but no indication of the quality of his work. (Actually, Van Zandt rerecorded songs from his first album on his later ones because he disliked the earlier recordings.) As usual, his closely observed lyrics touched on desperate themes, notably in tbe mining ballad "Lungs," but they were still highly poetic, especially the album-closing "None But The Rain," which reflected on a failed relationship. Van Zandt's finger-picking was augmented by spare arrangements, usually featuring one added instrument for color, such as a fiddle or flute. (Originally released by Poppy Records in 1969, Townes Van Zandt was reissued by Tomato Records in 1989.)





















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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Vie 30 Sep 2011, 11:15

Pues creo que había que mencionar la caja de los HOLLIES qua acaba de salir. Hoy he venido al trabajo con ellos y es una auténtica delicia. 6 CDs a precio mas que asequible. Si la queréis, es "caverneable"

THE HOLLIES - CLARKE, HICKS & NASH YEARS [THE COMPLETE HOLLIES 1963-1968]

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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Sáb 01 Oct 2011, 15:27

Dos auténticas joyas que se reeditaron hace mas de un lustro. Jimmy Page contaba que había un antes y un después de este grupo. Son británicos, no confundir con otros de la misma época que son americanos y muy buenos. Es mucho mas que psicodelia: es MÚSICA con mayúsculas


Kaleidoscope: Tangerine Dream (1967-2005)




1 Kaleidoscope 02:13

2 Please Excuse My Face 02:08

3 Dive Into Yesterday 04:44

4 Mr. Small, The Watch Repairer Man 02:40

5 Flight From Ashiya 02:38

6 The Murder Of Lewis Tollani 02:45

7 (Further Reflections) In The Room Of Percussion 03:17

8 Dear Nellie Goodrich 02:45

9 Holiday Maker 02:27

10 A Lesson Perhaps 02:39

11 The Sky Children 07:59

Bonustracks
12 Flight From Ashiya (Mono Single Mix) 02:38

13 Holiday Maker (Mono Single Mix) 02:27

14 A Dream For Julie 02:45

15 Please Excuse My Face (Mono Single Mix) 02:08

16 Jenny Artichoke 02:34

17 Just How Much You Are 02:11














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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Sáb 01 Oct 2011, 15:33

La otra de Kaleidoscope


Kaleidoscope: Faintly Blowing (1969-2005)

















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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Miér 05 Oct 2011, 00:38

Un disco nunca lo suficientemente venerado de un cantante que hizo este disco psicodélico con personalidad y unas canciones de alto voltaje. Son dos discos con la edición americana en estéreo y la británica en mono y un montón de bonus. Ha salido también en vinilo por Sundazed en un solo disco. Y suena como un tiro (los cds y el vinilo). Dejo tres muestras y hay posibilidad de viajar...


Donovan: Sunshine Superman: Stereo Special Edition (1965-2011)





Disc One New US Version Stereo Album:

01. Sunshine Superman (3:19)
02. Legend of A Girl Child Linda (6:52)
03. Three King Fishers (3:19)
04. Ferris Wheel (4:13)
05. Bert's Blues (3:59)
06. Season of the Witch (4:58)
07. The Trip (4:38)
08. Guinevere (3:44)
09. The Fat Angel (4:18)
10. Celeste (4:13)
Bonus Tracks
11. Breezes of Patchouli (4:39)
12. Museum (1st Version) (2:53)
13. Superlungs (1st Version, Unissued Alternative Take) (4:14)
14. The Land Of Doesn't Have To Be (2:43)
15. Sunny South Kensington (3:57)
16. Epistle to Dippy (Early Alternative Arrangement) (3:12)
UK Sunshine Superman Stereo Tracks
17. Writer in the Sun (4:33)
18. Hampstead Incident (4:51)
19. Sunshine Superman (Long Version) (4:42)

Disc Two Original UK Mono Album:

01. Sunshine Superman (3:17)
02. Legend of A Girl Child Linda (6:54)
03. The Observation (2:25)
04. Guinevere (3:42)
05. Celeste (4:12)
06. Writer in the Sun (4:31)
07. Season of the Witch (4:59)
08. Hampstead Incident (4:44)
09. Sand and Foam (3:21)
10. Young Girl Blues (4:48)
11. Three King Fishers (3:18)
12. Bert's Blues (4:03)
US Sunshine Superman Mono Tracks
13. Ferris Wheel (4:15)
14. The Trip (4:38)
15. The Fat Angel (4:11)













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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Miér 05 Oct 2011, 00:51

Todavía quedan joyas por descubrir en ese pozo insondable de calidad que son los 60. Son uno de los secretos mejor guardados de los 60. Les gustaban a Beatles y a los Hollies. Sacaron solo singles durante su breve carrera. Por supuesto también puede ir a otro apartado

The Mirage - Tomorrow Never Knows (1967-2006)





1. Tomorrow Never Knows 2:36
2. You Can't Be Serious 1:59
3. Gone To Your Head 2:05
4. I Want Love 2:24
5. Hold On 2:22
6. Can You Hear Me 2:58
7. One More Time 1:59
8. That I Know 2:18
9. The Wedding Of Ramona Blair 2:14
10. Lazy Man 2:23
11. Ebaneezer Beaver 2:22
12. Mrs Busby 2:33
13. I See The Rain 2:06
14. Lonely Highway 2:44
15. Hello Enid 2:12
16. Is Anybody Home 2:43
17. What Do I Care 2:11
18. How's Your Pa 2:59
19. Lazy Man 3:01
20. See My World 2:52
21. Katherine 2:06
22. Ebaneezer Beaver 2:02
23. Go Away 1:51


Esta primera fue su canción mas aclamada (sin estridencias, claro)






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MensajeTema: Re: RECOMENDACIONES DE LOS 60    Miér 05 Oct 2011, 01:20

Como diría el amigo Speady, esto es un pepino de Champion League. Otro enorme grupo de garaje del este americano de mitad de los 60. Lo tengo en vinilo en una edición de Sundazed que haría feliz a Crispín...


Oscar and The Majestic: No Chance Baby!






1. Got To Have Your Lovin' 2:35
2. Soulfinger 2:30
3. My Girl Is Waiting 2:23
4. Baby Under My Skin 2:23
5. I Can't Explain 2:12
6. Jackie Jackie 2:12
7. Why-O 2:31
8. No Chance Baby 2:34
9. I Feel Good 2:29
10. Come On Willie 2:09
11. Top Eliminator 2:00
12. Fanny Brown 2:14
13. Dawn 2:16
14. House Of The Rising Sun 1969 2:39











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