Various - Journey Through The 60's album FLAC
Journey to the Center of the Mind showcases Ted Nugent's formidable guitar chops - this riff features clean phrasing on a hollow-bodied guitar - no distortion, wah-wah or any other tricks, yet it remains one of the classic psychedelic guitar riffs. Summertime Blues by Blue Cheer is fun and aggressive, but it lacks the attitude of the Who's version. No guitar flourishes here - just a lot of sustain on the guitar and simple instrumentation (the bass "solo", for example). Glad to see a somewhat obscure track by Bubble Puppy - this album could have used more of these. In summary, a fun album for reminiscing, but students of psychedelic history will want to dig deeper. 3 people found this helpful.
The fifth album from the Chicago-born pianist Andrew Hill catapulted him to the top tier of forward-looking jazz composers of the ’60s. As Ornette Coleman and John Coltrane pioneered jazz’s New Thing movement, loosening the shackles of long-established chord progressions, Hill’s tight-knit pieces played within them, drawing on post-bop, avant-garde, and the blues. Krautrock didn’t exist yet, but 1969 was the year when the political, musical, and social currents running through the German counterculture began to coalesce into actual recorded music. Pink Floyd and Hawkwind are obvious touchstones, though Amon Düül II felt distinct from much of the prog in the UK or . their music unprissy and shot through with a primal weirdness.
The album was recorded live, appropriately enough at Detroit ’s Grande Ballroom, but as the band’s later studio albums would prove, it was the only way to capture the restless amp-crankers. The band, who was also notoriously political with their association with the White Panther party, kicks the album off with a speech from crowd riler and spiritual adviser Brother . 56. Marvin Gaye, I Heard It Through The Grapevine (1968) Marvin Gaye-on the brink of his socially conscious breakthrough What’s Going On -closed out the ‘60s with this collection that obviously sought new places. His ‘70s, more overtly soulful rhythm & blues was foreshadowed here by Heard It Through the Grapevine, the steamy song of finding out that’s become one of Motown’s defining moments.
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COLL Various Artists. 80s. 70s. 60s. 50s and older. 01 Winning Ways 02 Keep The Change 03 Ruthless Queen 04 Crime Of Passion 05 First Signs Of Spring 06 Daphne (Laurel Tree) 07 The Poet And The One Man Band 08 No Man's Land 09 Journey Through Time 10 Phantom Of The Night. EAC Log. Exact Audio Copy V. from 23.
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Stevie Wonder's Journey Through "The Secret Life of Plants" is an album by Stevie Wonder, originally released on the Tamla Motown label on October 30, 1979 (see 1979 in music). It is the soundtrack to the documentary The Secret Life of Plants, directed by Walon Green, which was based on the book of the same name by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird.
|A1||–Everly Brothers||Walk Right Back|
|A3||–Dionne Warwick||Do You Know The Way To San Jose|
|A4||–Sonny & Cher||Little Man|
|A5||–The Turtles||She'd Rather Be With Me|
|A6||–The Monkees||A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You|
|A7||–Lee Dorsey||Workin' In A Coal Mine|
|A8||–Tommy James||Crimson And Clover|
|A9||–The Lemon Pipers||Green Tambourine|
|A10||–Joe Dolan||Make An Island|
|A11||–Mitch Ryder||Jenny, Jenny|
|B1||–Neil Sedaka||Breaking Up Is Hard To Do|
|B2||–The Shirelles||Will You Love Me Tomorrow|
|B3||–Sam Cooke||Twisting The Night Away|
|B4||–The Archies||Sugar Sugar|
|B5||–Nina Simone||Ain't Got No-I Got Life|
|B6||–1910 Fruitgum Company||Simon Says|
|B7||–Lou Christie||I'm Gonna Make You Mine|
|B8||–The Lovin' Spoonful||Daydream|
|B9||–The Searchers||Sugar And Spice|
|B10||–Mark Wynter||It's Almost Tomorrow|
|B11||–Kenny Ball||March Of The Siamese Children|
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