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Black Spirit – Black Spirit [GER | 1978]

Studio Album [ MP3 | @256 | 70.8 MB ]

Italy | 1978 | Krautrock | Hard Rock

Despite the fact that they are Italian, Black Spirit figure among the exceptions in term of musical signature. Their own sound is at million miles away from the usual luxurious, neo-baroco and lyrical Italian progressive rock scene. In reality it’s not so surprising because the album has been signed on a german label. The band is stylisticaly connected with trippy-kraut excentricies, mainly with the bluesy-heavy side of the genre (Birth Control, Electric Sandwich…). Their music is a nice and intuitive mixture of dynamic krauty improvs with harsh garagey guitar rhythms, discreet epic vintage keyboards, sometimes punctuated by pop-ish nervous vocals. Crazy Times starts as a basic rockin piece and progressively goes into a furious psychedelic blues rock jamming session, including perpetual guitar solos and solid repetitive rhythms. The two following tracks Punk Rock’n Roll and Nicolino are ultra fuzzy garagey hard rockin pieces. Old times closes the album with a playful blues rock improvisation based on screaming fuzz guitar sequences. The last minutes feature a great dose of emotional-moody organ chords. Highly Recommended! (RateYourMusic)

A1999 Crazy Times 999
A2 Punk Rock ‘n Roll
A3 Nicolino
B1 Who Are You
B2 Old Times
250 USD to 450 USD | Very rare piece / record to find
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Archivado en: Krautrock, Progressive Rock, Rock, ,

Albatross – Albatross [USA | 1976]

Studio Album [ MP3 | @256 | 67.3 MB ]

 USA | 1976 | Prog Rock | Symphonic Prog

A lesser-known American symphonic band from Rockford Illinois, Alabtross was heavily Influenced by Yes, Keith Emerson, and Lift., they share the same dubious honor as bands like Starcastle and Cathedral in their Yes comparisons. The Band featured Mark Dahlgren on keyboards, Paul Roe on lead guitar, Joe Guarino on bass, Dana Williams on Percussion, and Mike Novak, who’s vocals have been called an acquired taste. Dahlgren’s synths and mellotron often suffer accusations of copying Rick Wakeman and Emerson. The strength lies in the experimentation and guitar/synth duets. They only released the self titled album on the Anvil label in 1976. This album is certainly a rarity, there were only 1000 albums pressed, and given that the bulk of the albums were never distributed or were trashed make it even more of a rarity! (Web)

A1999 Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse 999
A2 Mr. Natural
B1 Devil’s Strumpet
B2 Cannot Be Found
B3 Humpback Whales
250 USD to 450 USD | Very rare piece / record to find
Anvil AT-1001 + INFO

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Archivado en: Progressive Rock, Rock, Symphonic Prog, ,

Gary Moore – Scars [IE | 2002]

Studio Album [ MP3 | @320 | 134.7 MB ]

Ireland | 2002 | Hard Rock | Blues Rock

After spending over a decade churning out electrified blues, Gary Moore partially returns to his hard rock beginnings in Scars. Reminiscent of ’60s power trios such as Cream and especially the Jimi Hendrix Experience (“World of Confusion” is practically a rewrite of “Manic Depression” and “Ball and Chain” borrows the riff from “Voodoo Child”), Moore hasn’t abandoned the blues, he’s just pumped it up with blustery retro roots rock. With all the genre’s limitations, the guitarist is so obviously inspired in this format that the album is a success on its own terms, even though it breaks little new ground. Occupying a well-worn space with a potent fusion of blues power and hard rock, Scars shows Gary Moore comfortable in his skin. It’s a rugged if not terribly original fusion that succeeds due to his talent, enthusiasm, and no-frills approach. (Allrovi)

01888 When the Sun Goes Down 999
02 Rectify
03 Wasn’t Born in Chicago
04 Stand Up
05 Just Can’t Let You Go
06 My Baby (She’s so Good to Me)
07 World of Confusion
08 Ball and Chain
09 World Keep Turnin’ Round
10 Who Knows (What Tomorrow May Bring)?


Archivado en: Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Rock, – Sodom & Gomorrah [UZ | 2013]

Studio Album [ MP3 | @320 | 120.4 MB ]

 Uzbekistan | 2013 | Prog Rock | Eclectic Prog

The amazing musicians from Uzbekistan are back with Sodom and Gomorrah, a concept CD that features the acclaimed original Fromuz line-up of Vitaly Popeloff (guitars), Albert Khalmurzaev (keyboards, guitars, vocals, harmonica), Vladimir Badirov (drums), and Andrey Mara-Novik (bass), plus Evgeniy Popelov (keyboards, vocals).
“Sodom & Gomorrah” was originally composed by multi-instrumentalist Albert Khalmurzaev as the soundtrack for a theatrical musical production of the same name at the Youth Theatre of Uzbekistan. Reinterpreting the Biblical tale of “Sodom and Gomorrah” as a conceptual foundation, it tells the story of our modern world, ravaged by global addictions and vice that can only be remedied through a change from within the very heart of the human condition.
This concept is conveyed through the well-established passion and incendiary musicianship that has become the hallmark of Fromuz. This is modern progressive rock at its very finest. (AllRovi))

01999 Intro 999
02 Prologue
03 City
04 Lot
05 The Capture
06 Black Feast-I
07 The Orgy
08 Folly of Mob
09 The Blindness / Wife’s Prayer
10 Black Wedding
11 Black Feast-II
12 Procession of Dead Stars
13 The Escape
14 To the Flames


Archivado en: Eclectic Prog, Progressive Rock, Rock,

Skid Row – 34 Hours [IE | 1971]

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 Ireland | 1971 | Hard Rock | Psych

The original Skid Row was the blueprint for guitarist Gary Moore’s long and varied career. Moore was just shy of 18 years old when this album was released in 1971, but you wouldn’t know it by listening to his incredible guitar playing; in spite of his youth, his playing is skillful and mature. The band is rounded out by bassist “Brush” Shields and drummer Noel Bridgeman, who along with Moore, are a tight and cohesive power trio. Along with their rival band in Ireland, Taste (featuring an equally young Rory Gallagher on guitar), Skid Row is not the least bit afraid to let loose and jam, and they do so frequently throughout this album. Some interesting tidbits about the album: the track “Mar” features (according to the liner notes) “the studio receptionist’s boyfriend” on bass, and the title “34 Hours” was the exact amount of time the band spent in the studio recording the album. Taking into consideration the complexity of some of the material with their odd time signatures and dynamics, this is a pretty astounding achievement! As you might expect, Gary Moore’s guitar playing is the focus here, and his already immense talents are very much on display. Very impressive work for someone so young!. (RateYourMusic)

A1999 Night Of The Warm Witch Including (a. “The Folliwing Morning”) 999
A2 First Thing In The Morning Including (a. “Last Thing At Night”)
A3 Mar
B1 Go, I’m Never Gonna Let You (Part 1) Including (“Go, I’m Never Gonna Let You”/Part 2)
B2 Lonesome Still
B3 The Love Story (Part 1) Including (“The Love Story” Part 2) (“The Love Story” Part 3) (“The Love Story” Part 4)

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Archivado en: Hard Rock, Rock,

Yes – The Yes Album [UK | 1971]

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 UK | 1971 | Prog Rock | Symphonic Prog

On Yes’ first two albums, Yes (1969) and Time and a Word (1970), the quintet was mostly searching for a sound on which they could build, losing one of their original members — guitarist Peter Banks — in the process. Their third time out proved the charm — The Yes Album constituted a de facto second debut, introducing the sound that would carry them forward across the next decade or more. Gone are any covers of outside material, the group now working off of its own music from the ground up. A lot of the new material was actually simpler — in linear structure, at least — than some of what had appeared on their previous albums, but the internal dynamics of their playing had also altered radically, and much of the empty space that had been present in their earlier recordings was also filled up here — suddenly, between new member Steve Howe’s odd mix of country- and folk-based progressive guitar and the suddenly liberated bass work and drumming of Chris Squire and Bill Bruford, respectively, the group’s music became extremely busy. And lead singer Jon Anderson, supported by Squire and Howe, filled whatever was left almost to overflowing. (RateYoruMusic)

A1999 Yours Is No Disgrace  999
A2 The Clap
A3 Starship Trooper
Life Seeker
B1 I’ve Seen All Good People
Your Move
All Good People
B2 A Venture
B3 Perpetual Change

The Yes Album did what it had to do, outselling the group’s first two long-players and making the group an established presence in America where, for the first time, they began getting regular exposure on FM radio. Sad to say, the only aspect of The Yes Album that didn’t last much longer was Tony Kaye on keyboards: his Hammond organ holds its own in the group’s newly energized sound, and is augmented by piano and other instruments when needed, but he resisted the idea of adding the Moog synthesizer, that hot instrument of the moment, to his repertory.


Archivado en: Progressive Rock, Rock, Symphonic Prog,

Record Collector Dreams [Guide of]

Inspired in the five editions of books Record Collector Dream – Guide of the rarest and most expensive collectable albums from all over the world. For all serious collectors of 60’s and 70’s rare records, compiled from the collector Hans Pokora for collectors and curious music lovers. Includes accurate description of: Origin, Label, Value and Rarity.

About this post | In this blog exists only digital albums, but if someone of our readers has one of the albums mentioned here in physics and vinyl, we are glad to present to you the way of evaluate this records yourself, may you have one of this!

We only can offer you the music and share the interest for original records and vinyl. So, it may consider for proposes of this article the valuations given indicate the record and sleeve to be in mint condition, consider too the edition/label indicate.

999 The Masterpiece of music, separate of the price
999 100 USD to 150 USD | Interesting (Bubbling under)
999 150 USD to 250 USD | Rare piece/record to find
999 250 USD to 450 USD | Very rare piece/record to find
999 450 USD to 800 USD | You own a true rarity, congratulations
999 800 USD to 1400 USD | You’re a rich man
999 1400 USD and more +++ | The Crown jewels of vinyl

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Stone Angel – Stone Angel [UK | 1975]

Studio Album [ MP3 | @256 | 80.2 MB ]

 UK | 1975 | Prog Rock | Prog Folk

Another lost band from the acid folk era of the progressive rock period. They are truly acid. This band used to be Midwinter. The songs are all quiet with many interesting instruments. The lyrics are all stories from their native birth place in east Anglia. The opener “The bells of Dunwich” is a beautiful song that set the atmosphere. “The Skater” move in the same shoes as its former. The third song is a melody from old times. “Traveler’s song” is a typical acid folk – a bit faster than before. “Black sailed Traders” has a great melody. “Stone Angel” is a brilliant piece. It is quiet and speedy at the same time. A real acid. Galliard has a taste of king’s music from old times. “The gay Goshwak” is again fast paced with female vocals. It’s the longest song – a little more than 7 minutes.”Black dog” is beautiful combining female and male vocals.”Holy Rood of Bromholm” is a great song to end the journey. All in all, it has a unique atmosphere almost impossible to find. A bit of Incredible string band, a bit of slow Comus, and a lot of Stone Angel . (ProgArchives)

A1999 The Bells of Dunwich 999
A2 The Skater
A3 Pastime With Good Company
A4 Travellers Tale
A5 Black Sailed Traders
B1 Stone Angel
B2 Galliard / Merrie Musicke Box
B3 The Gay Goshawk
B4 The Black Dog
* The Holy Rood of Bromholm
250 USD to 450 USD | Very rare piece / record to find

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Archivado en: Prog Folk, Progressive Rock, Rock, ,

The Stone Roses – The Stone Roses [UK | 1989]

Studio Album [ MP3 | @320 | 255.9 MB ]

UK | 1989 | Alternative Rock | Madchester

The short-lived “Madchester” movement in England spawned a number of artists that created a more poppy breed of alternative rock that many people found easy to dance to. While most of these artists have faded into obscurity in the passing decades, the legacy of this movement has been forever immortalized thanks to the work of the Stone Roses. The band’s influential debut record, The Stone Roses, is a jangly mix of the popular alt-rock sound at the time with psychedelic pop music, making it a good representative of what the Madchester sound was. Ian Brown’s soft, echoing voice meshes well with John Squire’s ability at playing guitar, which ranges from melodic strumming to high energy riffs throughout the tracks of the album. The overall atmosphere presented by the upbeat instrumentation is very dreamy and energetic, and serves as a great mood booster on gloomy days. (AllRovi)

99999 The Stone Roses 999
A1 I Wanna Be Adored
A2 She Bangs the Drums
A3 Waterfall
A4 Don’t Stop
A5 Bye Bye Badman
B1 Elizabeth My Dear
B2 (Song for My) Sugar Spun Sister
B3 Made of Stone
B4 Shoot You Down
B5 This Is the One
B6 I Am the Resurrection
01 Elephant Stone
02 Full Fathom Five
03 The Hardest Thing
04 Going Down
05 Guernica
06 Mersey Paradise
07 Standing Here
08 Simone
09 Fools Gold 9.53
10 What the World Is Waiting For
11 One Love (Full Length)
12 Something’s Burning (Full Length)

The Stone Roses was a two-fold revolution — it brought dance music to an audience that was previously obsessed with droning guitars, while it revived the concept of classic pop songwriting, and the repercussions of its achievement could be heard throughout the ’90s, even if the Stone Roses could never achieve this level of achievement again.

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Archivado en: Alternative Rock, Madchester, Rock,

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