Monday, March 29, 2010


Nobody talk for this rarity and never reissued, unknown for me the line up and the date
of realised. Back cover is blank-white , no info!
This live record is from early 70's (?) and has 8 rearrangement songs.
One of my fave from my collection !
Track List
a1.Carry On
a2.Lonely Days
a3.What Good Tomorrow
a4.Most Of All
a5.Funk 45
b1.Sympathy For The Devil
b2.Evil Ways
b3.(I Want To Take You) Higher



The second and last lp from 1997.
In my opinion totaly diferent from the first ,
more psych trip but also interesting.
2 long track only .
Track list
a1.Sunspots Over Jupiter
b1.Tribal Storm


Friday, March 19, 2010


From 1977 USA on the tax spam label Tribute.
Line up is:
Elliot Apter-keyboards,
Drew Ross - Bass,
Frankie Carr-Lead guitar (of Frankie Carr's All Natural Band and the Tea Company),
Jason Babit - DrumsMore info check this
Track list
a1.Nothing Else You Can Do
a2.Why're You So Blue
a3.Donbi Donbi Doobie Song
a4.Lately I've Been Giving You The Blues
b1.Comin' Out Of Westport
b2.Two Road Rock N' Roll (or Gotta Get Out Of New York City)
b3.I Guess I Have To Say Goodnight (To Myself)



From The Back Cover
"Wahonka is a love album. A love destroyed by a girl's disapproving parents.
A love so strong that it will be reborn in another time and another place.
Ed Wahonka , a Shoshonee Indian from New Jersey , tells this story in his songs.
Born in 1943 , he started playing and singing with his own band at the age of fourteen.
Listen to Ed Wahonka's love story."

a1.Emergencya2.Her Big Mistake
a3.Sparkling Mary
a4.That's Betty
a5.Same Old You
a6.There Was A Time
b1.Deticated To You
b2.You Think Your Mother Knows
b3.Yestarday I Forgot
b4.Thank You Very Much
b5.Together Again

After Dark - S/T

From UK 1981. Typical 80's rock sound with many rearrangement.
I post it for 2 reasons .First , many people ask me what music has this lp
and second has an interesting rearrangement "Sultans of Swing" of Dire Straits.
Listen before you search to buy a copy.
Track List
A1.My Life
A2.Bright Lights Tonight
A3.Help me Make It Through the Night
B1.Sultans of Swing
B2.24 Hours From Tulsa
B3.Everything I Own
B4.Does Your Mother Know
B5.Still Rock 'n Roll

After Dark

Tuesday, March 9, 2010



Jules Blattner is a rock & roll original, from a town that spawned one of the great founding rock & roll originals, Chuck Berry. Born in St. Louis, MO, in 1941, he was a young teenager when the music caught on, and was already making plans to do something with it when the music began roaring up the chart in 1955. At age 15, in 1956, he organized his first group, Jules Blattner & the Teen Tones. Evidently, they were the first rock & roll band (or, at least, the first white rock & roll band) ever seen in the area, made of kids from around there (and so young that Blattner's mother drove them to their gigs in the early days), and they had the field to themselves. And for quite a while, on that lower end of the rock & roll business, they cleaned up, playing hundreds of local shows over the next few years. In 1959, they also got noticed by Bob Lyons, who owned a small local label, Bobbin Records, and decided to record them. The resulting single, "Rock & Roll Blues" b/w "Gambling Man," cut at Lyons' garage studio, is regarded as a classic of late-era rockabilly, and even got good reviews in Billboard and Cashbox. It hit number eight locally in St. Louis, which was enough to generate a second single, "Teen Town" b/w "Green Stuff." And thanks to their local standing, they got to share stages with such national luminaries as Jesse Belvin, Brenda Lee, the Isley Brothers, and Little Richard when they played St. Louis.For all of their success on-stage, Blattner's records never reached a national audience, and not even a switch to the larger K-Ark label, based in Nashville, in 1960, solved the problem. He shifted a bit with the times, rechristening the Teen Tones as the Twist Tones in the early '60s, and later switching to the more all-purpose Jules Blattner Group. He also cut his first LP, A Musical Tour of Gaslight Square, named for the center of the St. Louis music scene and issued on the Norman label in 1964. The latter company was owned by Norman Weinstrorer, a producer and businessman who'd been involved with Buddy Holly early in the latter's career on Coral Records. By late 1964, he was on Coral himself and made his debut for the label with a searing cover of Chuck Berry's "No Money Down," which got a great review but did little business. And Blattner made much closer contact with the St. Louis-born legend the following year when he and his band ended up backing him (without credit) on an album titled — incongruously enough — In London, which included Blattner's "Butterscotch Twist," rewritten as "Butterscotch."
Blattner's brand of rock & roll was out of favor nationally during the second half of the 1960s, but he was always able to make something of a living on-stage. Recording success continued to elude him, though he had a couple of close brushes with serious chart action in the early '70s, while signed to Buddah Records (where one of his three LPs was a somewhat spacy, psychedelic/conceptual release, conceived and recorded very long after its appropriate era, credited to Seluj Renttalb, which was "Jules Blattner" spelled in reverse). He only ever really slowed down during the disco era in the second half of the 1970s, when the work dried up. He was forced to work a regular day job for a time, but by the 1980s he was back playing regularly again, and has never stopped since — even in his sixties, he works at least two nights a week, and is regarded as a musical institution in the St. Louis era. What's more, at the end of the 1990s, the German-based Buffalo Bop label re-released his Bobbin Records sides on two of their CD compilations of classic rockabilly. His version of Berry's "No Money Down" also appeared on Bear Family's That'll Flat Git It!, Vol. 9 rockabilly anthology. And in 2004 the German Hydra Bck label issued an entire Jules Blattner CD compilation covering his early rock & roll and rockabilly sides going into the mid-'60s.track list


Vinyl rip at 320@

Saturday, March 6, 2010

(by request) KEYHOLE - THE WAY IN

I have 5 records of this Jesus keep in touch

"Ye Were Sometimes Darkness"

(by request) KEYHOLE - GLORY

You must have musical education to understand , what happen at Keyhole's lp's.
Also , these records hasn't any connection with psych-rockish and heavy rock community . More folkish ,artistic with delicate and heavenly voices . The voice of Mimi Armstrong came directly from Edem !
"Glory" lp is by far the best record at Keyhole's discography . Tracks like "Peace" , "Glory" ,"Sing, Sing Alleluia" are fallen stars.
The second one that must listen is the "Sweet Jesus".Go here to do this Discography (?)
1968 The Way In
1969 (?) Hallelujah, Jesus Is Lord
1970 (?) Room in the In
1971 (?) Glory
1974 Sweet Jesus

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