robsongs “essa grande falta de você” 2012

robsongs essa grande falta de você

The Robsongs project (Brazil) began back in 2008, initially under the name Minha Vida Nunca Foi um Picnic (My Life Was Never a Picnic). Back then it was a classic power trio format comprised of Robson Gomes, Alex and Augusto Medeiros Vitorino. After Alex’s premature death and several trials and tribulations, the group disbanded. Robson Gomes then decided to focus on the project and started writing new songs alone and recording them in his home studio. Released through The Blog That Celebrates Itself bandcamp.

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the national gallery “performing musical interpretations of the paintings of paul klee” 1968

the-national-gallery-performing-musical-interpretations-of-the-paintings-of-paul-klee-cd-201-p

This superbly melodic and strange distillation of pop, folk, psych and jazz was inspired by the paintings of Paul Klee, and first appeared in 1968. Despite being credited to a proper band, it was in fact a studio recording overseen by the Cleveland-based team of jazz composer Chuck Mangione and local producer-arranger Roger Karshner, who called the songs ‘electronic paintings’. The album is presented here for the first time on CD, complete with liner notes and two rare bonus tracks from a pre-LP 45 credited to Bhagavad-Gita.

mesmerization

Publicado em 1968, 60's, the national gallery | 1 Comentário

it’s us “don’t want your lovin’” 1966

it's us don't want your lovein'

One of the rarest records on the BFTG series, and containing an equally nice folk-ish b-side which is so far un-compiled. This is rather too folky to hit the top 50 on this list, but we estimate 5 or 6 copies only exist, one known to be vg+, another vg- with stained labels. Hear it on BFTG7. Hear the moody folk jangler flipside on Teen Blast USA Vol. 1. Included on the compilation “Back from The Grave, Vol. 7”.

zippyshare

Publicado em 1966, 60's, it's us | Publicar um comentário

the unwritten law “the whole world is blind” 1967

unwritten law

Action Speaks Louder / This Whole World Is Blind (Strata S-106)
From Burlingame, apparently there’s another 45 with the band backing Debbie Williams, on the Highland label, details unknown.

paradise

Publicado em 1967, 60's, unwritten law | Publicar um comentário

the july four “frightened little girl / mr. miff” 1967

the july four

“Frightened Little Girl” b/w ?Mr/ Miff” (Cameo 480). This great summer of 1967 garage band release has been comped on the CD, “Fading Yellow, Vol. 2” and the flip is actually an excellent instrumental version of the same song. The b-side Mr. Miff sound a lot like 80’s Felt. You can find both at:

rockasteria

Publicado em 1967, 60's, the july four | Publicar um comentário

london and the bridges “keep him” 1966

london and the bridges

Even though he was responsible for co-writing five of the six recorded 45 sides for London & The Bridges, guitarist/vocalist Richie Weintraub decided to leave the band to pursue other career interests. Those songs are in high demand today by ‘60’s music collectors and have been included on a variety of reissue compilations.

dan’s garage

Publicado em 1966, 60's, london and the bridges | Publicar um comentário

the sorry shop “star rising” vídeo

The Sorry Shop

The First Official Video from The Sorry Shop’s second album “Mnemonic Syncretism”, for the song “Star Rising”. Join The Sorry Shop at http://www.facebook.com/sorryshop and download the songs (including “Star Rising”) at http://soundcloud.com/thesorryshop
LastFm users: go to http://www.last.fm/music/The+Sorry+Shop
Many thanks to the Custódio family, for providing material from the DVDs “ZDP Anthology I e II”, from where it was taken material for this video. All Rights Reserved

Directed and Edited by Marcos Alaniz, with The Sorry Shop

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