Northwind - 1971 - Sister, Brother, Lover

The 1971 “Sister, Brother, Lover” is a highly rated rural progressive-rock.
 Since its first reissue back in 1994 it has been one of the favourites of collectors
 of the label. Now re-mastered, it includes 2 rare bonus tracks.
 The band's sound has been likened to that of the twin lead guitar style of
 early Wishbone Ash with refined vocals. The songs are spiced with tasteful
organ/piano and additional percussion throughout.

The Pentangle - Basket Of Light 1969


'Basket of Light' is the third Pentangle record and their masterpiece. The band had developped a good equlibrium between traditional folk songs and band compositions in their typical Jazz-Folk-Blues style. The album opener 'Light Flight', which has become their signature song, is a band composition based on a tricky rhythm track(alternating 5/8, 7/8, 6/4) over which Jacqui Mc Shee lays her lead and overdubbed vocals. 'Once I had a sweetheart' is a traditional folk song with an interesting Sitar solo by John Renbourn, followed by another band composition 'Springtime Promises' with Bert Jansch on lead vocals

Laurelie - Laurelie 1970

Laurelie biography
LAURELIE is part of the first wave of prog groups to appear in Belgium (along with WATERLOO, MAD CURRY & The PEBBLES), even if there were still many psychedelic treats in their music (this is true also for the other groups just mentioned). Seemingly out of Eastern Belgium?s Ardennes, the group was a standard prog quartet with a flutist. Their sole album, released on a Barclay subsidiary label called triangle was released in early 1970 and they sounded a bit like TRAFFIC, with a touch of BJH in their more symphonic moments.

Holger Czukay & Rolf Dammers - Canaxis 1969

Holger Czukay's first solo album was this experimental foray which fuses ambient, world music and an early form of sampling, a good 10 years before anybody else in the rock music field even started to get to grips with any of those ideas. Working with producer/engineer Rolf Dammers, this album was assembled from thousands of snippets recorded from short wave radio, a long standing obsession of Czukay's which he also incorporated into some of Can's later albums. For many years it was a real rarity, as only 1000 copies were printed and it was only released in Germany. The CD reissue includes a one-off recording of a brief jazz composition from German radio, which was Czukay's first broadcast work.

Panta Rei - Panta Rei 1973



    
  Well... What can one say about this album then? First off I really object to the labeling of Panta Rei as spacerock or even psychedelia. It lacks the noise of bands like Hawkwind and the sound-experiments of Pink Floyd. In my opinion it's just a typical example of the jazz-rock or fusion of the era, albeit very good indeed. The musicianship is excellent and the english vocals are sung in really good english, without any noticeable accent at all, which is nice. The music ranges from the quite intense upbeat-tempo of "Five steps" to the balladry of "White bells". (Nice flutes on that one!) There aren't a lot of over-distorted guitars but they do hammer it out on a couple of tracks such as the Zappa-esque "Five o'clock freak" and "The turk". Both songs heads off into great, seriously groovy jams which I find to be spellbinding in every sense of the word. In short it's a really good album, filled with extraordinary jazz-rock/fusion of the time and I would recommend it to anyone with an interest in good music in general but to people in to prog and prog-related music in particular. I'd advice you to go out and buy a copy.
(By Gruvan 2007-4-22)
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This rare psychedelic 'freak rock' released on the Harvest label in 1973 in Sweden only, is an album of guitar driven Swedish progressive rock with great fuzz-wah solos and some jazz and blues elements. Much instrumental wealth - flutes, guitars, maracas, timbales, harmonica, and remarkable percussion which results in five songs with very special character that have, at times, a very North American sound. There are some lengthy instrumental passages reminiscent of Frank Zappa, Jethro Tull, and Jeff Beck. This is trippy yet advanced prog psych.
(By moltencore 13 octobre 2009)
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Label:Flawed Gems ‎– GEM 51
Pays:Sweden
Date:2011
Genre:Rock
Style:Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
Format : FLAC (image + Log,cue,art)Size : 279,0 MB
 Panta Rei - Panta Rei 1973
Originally released in 1973.
Recorded at EMI Studios, Stockholm, Sweden, March-May 1973


 Tracklist :

01. Five Steps            3:10
02. White Bells           6:55
03. Five O'Clock Freak    9:55 
04. The Knight (3 part)  13:45
05. The Turk              4:10


Crédits

    Drums, Timbales, Temple Block, Whistle – Tomo Wihma
    Electric Bass, Maracas – Cary Wihma
    Electric Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Maracas – Leif Östman
    Electric Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Organ, Piano, Accordion, Cowbell – Thomas Arnesen
    Engineer – Gunnar Lööf
    Flute [Guest], Producer – Gunnar Lindqvist
    Photography By – Catarina Wendin, Kristina Schager
    Photography By [Cover] – "Termos" Wermelin*
    Tenor Saxophone, Percussion [Guest] – Göran Freese
    Vocals, Harmonica, Tambourine, Design [Cover Design], Photography By – Georg Trolin


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