12/30/2007

LES STANDARDS 4


LES STANDARDS Jack & Jerry 1984 Celluloïd 320 kbps

Le sermon de Jack Le Prêcheur / Le Jerry Lee du jackpot / En équilibre / Tous ces jours / Le choix des larmes / Lily Pons

Production G. Beaux & Les Standards

Les Standards 1984 : P. Jolly : chant, claviers, harmonica / F. Renou : guitares, choeurs / J.C. Bourchemin : batterie, choeurs / J. M. Sigrist : basse

En 1978, Philippe Jolly et ses camarades François Renou et Jonathan Hill (tous deux issus de "CONTROL")forment "Les STANDARDS". Ils sont rapidement rejoints par Jeff LAVERGNE à la batterie.De 79 à 85, "Les Standards" ont donné + de 150 concerts : en première partie (LBS, Higelin, Téléphone, Dogs, Willy Loco Alexander, Iggy Pop), en tournée "Bordeaux Rock " 80 dans le sud de la France avec Stalag et STO, Bobino 81, le Printemps de Bourges 82, les Boulevards du Rock à Bordeaux ou la Nuit Actuel 82 au Gibus à Paris. A leur actif également, de nombreuses télévisions (L'Echo des Bananes FR3, Les Enfants du Rock A2…) et radios (Radio Nova, Sud Radio, Europe1 avec Alain Manneval…)."Les Standards pourraient se résumer en un mot: talent. Gros talent. Leur rock est aussi insaisissable qu'unique; à la fois intelligemment violent et primairement mélodique. Des textes branchés sur l'époque, sensibles et émotifs, des histoires trempées dans l'humour noir où le réel télescope l'absurde le + complet… " En 1978, Philippe Jolly et ses camarades François Renou et Jonathan Hill (tous deux issus de "CONTROL")forment "Les STANDARDS". Ils sont rapidement rejoints par Jeff LAVERGNE à la batterie.De 79 à 85, "Les Standards" ont donné + de 150 concerts : en première partie (LBS, Higelin, Téléphone, Dogs, Willy Loco Alexander, Iggy Pop), en tournée "Bordeaux Rock " 80 dans le sud de la France avec Stalag et STO, Bobino 81, le Printemps de Bourges 82, les Boulevards du Rock à Bordeaux ou la Nuit Actuel 82 au Gibus à Paris. A leur actif également, de nombreuses télévisions (L'Echo des Bananes FR3, Les Enfants du Rock A2…) et radios (Radio Nova, Sud Radio, Europe1 avec Alain Manneval…)."Les Standards pourraient se résumer en un mot: talent. Gros talent. Leur rock est aussi insaisissable qu'unique; à la fois intelligemment violent et primairement mélodique. Des textes branchés sur l'époque, sensibles et émotifs, des histoires trempées dans l'humour noir où le réel télescope l'absurde le + complet… "

Y. Lenquette in "Best" -Janvier 1984

Covers by our Fatherchristmas : Max !

LES STANDARDS 3




SINGLES LES STANDARDS Des bruits la nuit (pour spleen) / Victime du lavomatique 1983 Vengeance Records wav






LES STANDARDS 2


SINGLES LES STANDARDS Les avions pirates / Mr Wilson 1981 label ? wav

LES STANDARDS 1


LE SERMON DE JACK LE PRECHEUR



Je suis sur la route tous feux éteints

Seul avec mon armoire à pharmacie

Je roule en faisant chanter les Mich'lins

Je roule en faisant danser le chassis

Tel un météore


C'est l'heure il me faut mes médicaments

Je transpire en ouvrant la boîte à gants

Avec deux trois doses je suis rassasié

D'un seul coup j'ai des mâchoires d'acier

J'accélère encore , wo wo wo


Je pousse le volume de la radio

Des hurlements transpercent mes oreilles

Le D. J. n'en peut plus il bé-bégaye

"Voici Jack Le Prêcheur et son piano

Sa parole est d'or "


"O.K. je suis Jack c'est moi qui dit la messe

Au nom de tous ceux qui ont touché le fond

Je viens secourir tout' les âmes en détresse

Pauvres pêcheurs retenez ce sermon"


Rooouuule rooouuule rooouuule

Tu ne sais pas qui te roulera

Rooouuule rooouuule rooouuule

Ici ou là mais ton heure viendra


(Oh !)

Jack comment pourrais-je à jamais t'oublier

Tu m'as sauvé la vie depuis oui c'est vrai

Je l'ai gravé là pour toujours dans mon coeur

Le sermon de Jack Le P-P-Prêcheur


Rooouuule rooouuule rooouuule

Tu ne sais pas qui te roulera

Rooouuule rooouuule rooouuule

Ici ou là mais ton heure viendra


P. JOLLY - LES STANDARDS Le sermon de Jack Le Prêcheur ( mini-lp Celluloid - 1894)


Un des plus beaux textes du rock français ! Les Standards avaient vraiment tout compris ... et quelle classe !




12/25/2007

LAST CHRISTMAS DAY POST : THE YOBS


THE YOBS Christmas Album 1980 Safari Records 320 kbps

Rub-a-dum-dum / The ballad of the Warrington / Another Christmas / Doggy / Jingle bells / Auld lang syne / Silent night / Silver bells / C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S / Gloria / 12 days of Christmas / White Christmas / We wish you a merry Christmas / May the good Lord bless & keep you / Rudolph the red nosed reindeer (bonus) / Christmas eve in a boozer (bonus) / Christmas in jail (bonus) .

Produced by Daft Fader

The Yobs 1980 were : N. Oldfield / K. Vicious / E. Polak / H. J. Bedwetter

En 1980 les Boys (U.K.) , un des plus grands groupes (et sans le plus mes-estimé des groupes punks anglais), enregistrent ce disque de Noël sous le pseudo de the Yobs !

Ils récidiveront avec un deuxième lp , toujours sous le même pseudo , en 1991 avec "X-mess 11" ! En 2001 , le groupe se réunit à nouveau pour réenregistrer certains titres pour la compilation "The worst of the Yobs" .


The Yobs were the alter-egos of The Boys. Having released an album and two singles on NEMS, they decided to rearrange the 'B' and 'Y' and became The Yobs for their Christmas 1977 single "Run Rudolph Run" c/w "Worm Song". Following the release of "Alternative Chartbusters" The Boys went into dispute with their record company and bootlegged themselves as The Yobs for their Christmas 1978 offering of "Silent Night" c/w "Stille Nacht".


After signing for Safari in 1979 "Little Drummer Boy" was given The Yobs treatment and appeared as "Rub A Dum Dum" in time for Christmas. To promote "Rub A Dum Dum" The Yobs appeared live at the Safari Christmas Party on 29 November 1979 at the Music Machine with ex-Heavy Metal Kids vocalist Gary Holton as MC. They were supported by fellow Safari stable mates Toyah and The Boys! The Yobs came on with stockings over their heads to conceal their identities but only managed to play a few songs before the stage was invaded by punks. The over-enthusiastic stage invaders wrecked all the equipment including the hired tubular bells and PA system, so the gig had to be abandoned. Understandably, it was to be the only time the five original Yobs appeared live on stage together although they have made a few live appearances in recent years featuring different line-ups. The most notable being as support to Die Toten Hosen in Germany.After Baron von Bratboy had left the band they released "The Yobs Christmas Album" in 1980, adopting the names of H J Bedwetter, Noddy Oldfield, Ebenezer Polak and Kid Vicious. In true Yobs style the album was written, recorded and mixed in two days at Pete Townsend’s Eel Pie Studios.
In 1981 H J Bedwetter and Noddy Oldfield recorded a mickey take on the thenpopular "Stars on 45" singles which were flooding the charts of the time. The result was the ultra rare "Yobs On 45".


The Yobs resurfaced in 1991 with "Xmas 11" and also supported Die Toten Hosen on their German tour. In 1995 they released a live and unplugged album "Leads 3 Amps Utd 0".Due to popular demand The Yobs began considering releasing a "Best Of" collection in 2000. Unfortunately as their albums have been released on three different record labels it was not possible to have all their best songs released together on one album. To get around this they decided to re-record the best of their old material.

Consequently the five original Yobs were re-united in the recording studios during September/October 2001 alongside new drummer Johnny Hosepipe. They re-recorded 15 old classics alongside one new song, "Who Had All The Christmas Cake?". The resultant album, "The Worst Of The Yobs"was released in time for Christmas 2001.
Remerciements à Max qui a bossé le soir de Noël sur cette pochette !

V/A 10 CHANSONS INEDITES PAR SNAPSHOT(S)




V/A 10 Chansons inédites par Snapshot(s) 1983 Snapshot(s) records lp 320 kbps


Venue de Bordeaux voici supervisée par Chris Wilson, produite par Robin Wills & Nigel Barker l'une des meilleures compilations sur le rock français des années 80 !Les Standards, toujours classe essaient nouvelles chaussures et nouvelles voitures. City Kids du Havre pour un de leurs premiers titres! Calamités et Snipers de Dijon il me semble nous offrent deux chansons pleines de fraîcheur aux textes impeccables! Les Coronados prennent leur revanche.Les Rythmeurs se la jouent tueurs à gages. The Owls se fend d'une ballade à fendre les coeurs. Gamine jangle Gamine. Les excellents Stilettos troussent un Voleur de jouets de haute volée ! Kick tout orgue dehors essaie d'échapper à une petite peste: mon morceau préfèré...
Pochette customisée cd par Max !

TEENAGE HEAD - Head Disorder


TEENAGE HEAD Head Disorder 1996 Loud Rock Records (I.M.D.) 320 kbps
Head disorder / Down to the underground / Walkin' alone / So long goodbye / She's my girl / Seen it and done it / Gene and Eddie / Send a letter / Glasgow's cryin / My mommies pot / First time / Rock with rock .
Produced by M. S. Berry
Teenage Head 1996 were : F. Venom : vocals / G. Lewis : guitar / S. Marshall : bass /M. Lockerbie : drums

In 1988, Frankie Venom's (who has left Teenage Head to pursue a solo career ) long awaited return to the band was diminished by drummer Nick Stipanitz leaving the band due to personal issues. He was replaced by Mark Lockerbie and the boys eventually recorded the critically acclaimed LP Head Disorder. Soon after, the legal wrangling began as the band sought to recover royalties that had been misappropriated over the years by their long time manager; a battle that was ruled on by the courts in the bands favour.
Yet, while facing a series of overwhelming setbacks, the band refused to die. And 32 years after they got together, 3/4 of the original band joined by veteran drummer Jack Pedler, is in the final stage of restoring Teenage Head to it's former glory.
Starting with their first release in 12 years, recorded with the legend and Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame inductee Marky Ramone on drums and Daniel Rey producing. The band continues to pack clubs with old, and new fans with performances in the spirit of the old days while their historical first album has been remastered and released on the band's own label Lobotronics (2005) Inc.
(...and in the same time "Frantic city" & "Some kinda fun" remastered , released on Unidisc Music !)

TEENAGE HEAD - Some Kinda Fun


TEENAGE HEAD Some kinda fun 1982 Attic Records 320 kbps

Drivin' wild (my invader) / Let's go to Hawaii / Sheila Scarf / Want you to know / Teenage beer drinking party / Shag shack / Sick little man / Some kinda fun /Fist to face / Don't toy with me / Let it show .
Produced by B. Christian

Teenage Head 1982 : same members than in 1980

As Gord convalesced, the band turned back to working the local club circuit using hired gun guitarists to fill in, but the disappointment left the band scarred and they soon succumbed to the typical demons that many bands fall victim to. Soon after Gord's return saw the release of their third album, "Some Kinda Fun" , which contained the classics "Let's Go To Hawaii", "Teenage Beer Drinkin' Party", and the title track. It was commercially successful but drew criticism from long time fans as slick and overproduced; a fine collection of songs but marred by Beach Boy type backing vocals.

TEENAGE HEAD - Frantic City


TEENAGE HEAD Frantic city 1980 Attic Records 320 kbps
Wild one / Somethin' on my mind / Total love / Let's shake ! / Infected / Those things you do / Somethin' else / Take it / Brand new Cadillac / Disgusteen / Let's shake (bonus track-new version) / I wanna love you (bonus track-live)
Produced by S. Heydon
Teenage Head 1980 : same members than in 1979

With their next album, "Frantic City", which contained the signature songs "Let's Shake" and "Disgusteen", they handily beat the dreaded "sophomore album jinx". And perhaps more importantly, they had a deal to distribute the album nationally with Attic Records. But while the future of Teenage Head looked promising, things were about to slowly fall apart.
The tour in support of the album brought the band to The Forum at Ontario Place; and was alleged to have incited what was the first and worst full scale riots at a rock concert in Canada. According to history books, Teenage Head was responsible for the policy that banned rock concerts from that venue for at least a decade. They're still not welcome. Any opportunity to set the record straight was sabotoged by a car accident on the eve of the bands first major U.S. tour. In the early hours of the morning on an ice slicked highway, guitarist Gord Lewis broke his back, forcing them to cancel what was to be the most important tour of their careers.

TEENAGE HEAD - Teenage Head


TEENAGE HEAD Teenage Head 1979 InterGlobe Music 320 kbps
Top down / Ain't got no sense / Bonerack / Picture my face / Lucy Potato / Curtain' jumper /You're tearin' me apart / Little boxes / Get off my back / Kissin' the carpet
Produced by A. Caddy & Teenage Head

Teenage Head 1979 were : F. Venom : vocals / G. Lewis : guitar / S. Marshall : bass / N. Stipanitz : drums



Teenage Head came together in the early 70's when four young guys from Westdale High School in Hamilton, Ontario decided to form a band. Gord Lewis, Frank Kerr, Steve Mahon, and Nick Stipanitz weren't buddies, but each had a strong interest in the same type of music. By May 1978 they released their first independant single "Picture My Face" and quickly became part of the scene exploding in Toronto. The legendary self-titled debut album followed a year later, but despite it's "muddy" production, it turned the heads of many because it perfectly captured the spirit of the era. What's more, it showcased the band's talent as writers, with the ability to craft songs that would continue to stand the test of time; even by today's standards. And unlike many others from that era, they could perform live; and they did throughout the "new music" circuit of clubs of Southern Ontario, including the short-lived Crash 'n Burn club and the notorious "Last Pogo" festival. Fans were captivated by Gord's intensity, Steve's indifference, and Frankie's (now known as Frankie Venom) "real wild child" frontman persona.

V/A - MONSTERS FROM THE MIDWEST VOL. 1


VARIOUS ARTISTS Monsters from the Midwest (Volume 1) 1983 No label (Cassette only)

The Beach Niks : Last Night I Cried /The Chevrons : Dreams /The Rumbles : Fourteen Years /The Blazers : I Don't Need You / The Chevrons : Mine Forever More /The Rumbles Ltd. : Hey Lenora / The Blue Things : Pretty Thing-Oh / The Classmen : Julie / The Rumbles Ltd. : Push Push / The Blue Things : The Orange Rooftop Of Your Mind / The Fab Four : Happy / The Thingies : It's A Long Way Down /The Blue Things : Twist And Shout /The Fab Four : I'm Always Doing Something Wrong / West Minist'r : Sister Jane / Burlington Express : One Day Girl (24 Hours) / The Morning Dew : No More / Yellow Hair : Talent For Lovin' / The Catalinas : Coco Cherry Mash / The Morticians : Little Latin Lupe Lu / The Young Aristocracy : Don't Lie / Chesmann Square : Circles (Instant Party) / The Red Dogs : Open Up .


BAND HOMETOWNS: The Morning Dew (Topeka, KS); The Blue Things (Hays, KS); Burlington Express (Topeka, KS); The Beach Niks (Newell, IA); The Catalinas (St. Joseph, MO); Chesmann Square (Kansas City, MO); The Chevrons (Omaha, NE); The Classmen (Kansas City, MO); The Fab Four (Kansas City, MO); The Morticians (Waco, TX); The Red Dogs (Lawrence, KS); The Rumbles (Omaha, NE); The Rumbles Ltd. (Omaha, NE); Thingies (Topeka, KS); West Minist'r (Fort Dodge, IA); Yellow Hair (Omaha, NE); The Young Aristocracy (Tulsa, OK); The Blazers (Kansas City, MO)

It's a GoodGuy666 post !

BACKSTREET GIRLS : JOYEUX NOEL !


BACKSTREET GIRLS Christmas crusher 1999 Facefront 320 kbps

Rock'n'roll x-mess / Christmas boogie / Run , Rudolph , run / Don't mess with my tequila / A merry jingle .

Produced by H. Alvarstein

Backstreet Girls 1999 were : Bee Tee Baarli : drums'n'jingle jangles /Morten : bass, vocals, honky tonk piano / Petter Baarli : x-mess guitars, fuzz, lead'n'background vocals / Burnem Müller : very vocals


Max , GoodGuy666 , Fabien , Manu , Marc & Midnight Rambler wish a MERRY CHRISTMAS to all the readers of this blog !!!

Nous vous souhaitons à tous un joyeux Noël ! Que la vie vous soit douce !

12/23/2007

ENFIN ... LES STILETTOS EN CD !

STILLETOS REEDITION CD "Tout est là - 1978/1983"
01. A cause de toi /02. Berlin /03. Chrysler /04. Dans la mer des Caraïbes/05. Flirt/06. Les frissons dans le dos /07. Je suis si heureux */08. Jeune homme moderne /09. Johhnny Weissmuller/10. Là-bas /11. Le dernier rock avant la crise/12. Les fiancées des musiciens/13. Les neiges du Kilimandjaro*/14. Lolita /15. Mexico/16. Musicien*/17. Nicole et Gino/18. Queen bitch*/19. Rave on*/20. Tant pis pour les groupies/21. Toutes les filles*/22. Les voleurs de jouets/23. Le voyage en ballon/24. Western binaire
"Psychédélique corrigé par la patte égrillarde de Bobby Lapointe, punky punchy mais à la manière grinçante de Gainsbourg, pop, définitivement pop, tel est le propos du groupe dont on retrouve le meilleur, le plus connu et le plus collector aussi dans ce CD essentiel.Un CD qui tombe à pic car, décidément, le rock bordelais est à la mode. Et –ça tombe bien- le rock bordelais puise tout un pan de son histoire dans l’odyssée des Stilettos."J.F. Brieu - in Bordeaux Rock
L'exemple même de la compilation intelligente : une intégrale définitive avec un joli bouquet d'inédits dont cerise sur le gâteau , la reprise :"Les neiges du Kilimandjaro". On ne peut s'empêcher de se demander pourquoi le même traitement n'a-t-il pas prévalu pour la compilation dédiée à Strychnine , il a quelques mois , sur le même label !A acheter de toute urgence !

12/22/2007

STRYCHNINE - Je veux

STRYCHNINE Je veux 1981 Disc'AZ 320 kbps
Ragnagna / Différent / Amours dehors / Obsession / Je veux / Trouver la distance / Animal / Alcool / Nouvelle esthétique / La leçon / Fantasmes / Arrêtez la cadence .
Produit par J. Ristori & J. Woolloff
Strychnine 1981 :Kick : vocaux /J.P. : guitare / David : guitare / Richard : basse / Luc : batterieC'est quelques mois après l'enregistrement du 2ème album " Je veux " que le groupe décide de s'autodétruire en beauté. Un soir de janvier 82, dans leur salle fétiche du Grand Parc pleine pour l'occasion, les 3 Strychnine rescapés joueront …3 morceaux, avant de s'acharner sur la batterie et les amplis…Long live Rock'n'Roll !"Génération vaincue": une des premières composition du groupe (77), titre fétiche, fera jusqu'à la fin l'ouverture de tous les concerts de Strychnine !Kick , leur charismatique chanteur continuera sous son nom accompagné de l'ancien batteur de S.T.O. ( un mini lp en 84 suivi d'un lp deux ans plus tard mais c'est une autre histoire ...et un autre post !) , le batteur rejoindra les trop mésestimés Standards tandis qu'un des guitaristes poursuivra l'aventure avec The Owls dont on retrouve une chanson sur la compilation Snapshot(s) qui contient aussi le premier morceau de Kick enregistré en solo !
Cd covers by Max!

12/19/2007

DOGS - Short, Fast & Tight




DOGS Short, fast & tight (live 2001) 2001 Hacienda 320 kbps
Disc one : Death lane / I must believe in myself / I'm bad / Professional liar / Fortune teller / Little Johnny Jet / The most forgotten french boy / One way ticket / Sunday in Stockholm / Good morning do you love me / Home is where I want to be / Little girl / She's got everything / I'm real\My gyp / She's a wind up.
Disc two : If you don't want me no more / Dreadful times / 4 of a kind / (I'd go) The whole wide world / Too much class for the neighborhood / When I was young / 19 again / A different me / Little doll / Back from nowhere / Walkin' shadows / I'm just losin' that girl / Today sounds like yesterday / 96 Tears .




12/17/2007

SCREAMING IGUANAS OF LOVE - St


SCREAMING IGUANAS OF LOVE Glad you weren't there 1992 Naked Language/Ichiban Records 320 kbps

Now / I'm alive / The kids are getting so loud / Yeah I do / Small wonders / The bastard / Burning funny cars / Nowhere tonight / She'll be mine / This minute's magic / I didn't mean to... / Stay up late / Doctor Boogie .
Produced by R. Bailey & The Magnificent Lesters
Screaming Iguanas Of Love 1992 were :
G. Reinel : guitars & lead vocals / J. T. Burley : bass , vocals / D. Burley : drums , vocals

Unapologetically retro, the Screaming Iguanas of Love were formed in Melbourne, Florida in the late 1980s, but played many songs that could have been written in the early to mid-1960s. On "Glad you weren't there" and "Wild Wild Wild" , the trio favors melodic rock and roll drawing on such influences as the Beatles, the Dave Clark Five, the Monkees and the Bobby Fuller Four. The British Invasion obviously had a major impact on their sound, although some of their influences (including the Box Tops and Fuller) are very American. A band that provides material as enjoyable as "Never Let You Fall," "Let It Down" and the sentimental "I Think of You" should be a lot better known, but the truth is that the Iguanas were about as obscure as it gets.
Alex Henderson, All Music Guide

Un groupe qui reprend "Doctor Boogie" des Groovies peut-il être un mauvais groupe ?


12/16/2007

DOGS - Something Magic


SINGLES (cd) DOGS Something magic 1989 Mix.it 320 kbps

Something magic (special single remix) /Goodbye little rich girl* / Hometown* / Something magic (album version)

All songs by Dominique Laboubée /Produced by Dominique & Jean Labbé
*Not available on the lp and on the cd "A million ways of killing time"

12/15/2007

THE LONG RYDERS - Three Minute Warnings

THE LONG RYDERS Three minute warnings-Live In New York City 2006 Prima Records Ltd 320 kbpsThere ought to be more live albums like this -- the Long Ryders were among the finest bands in the early 1980s "paisley underground" scene, but they only left behind three good LPs in their two-year history, so this CD fills a necessary gap in their output; and it's also a jewel of a concert album. The quartet played The Bottom Line in 1985 in conjunction with the release of their final album, Two Fisted Tales, but their repertory for the show was drawn from across their respective members' history. The fact is that they're so "on" for this show, recalling Television on "Capturing the Flag" or "I Want You Bad," or the Byrds-like "Man of Misery," or the slashing punk attack on "Prairie Fire," that it almost wouldn't have mattered what they played, as long as they played this way. Steve McCarthy's and Sid Griffin's guitars crunch and cut away at folk-ish and country-like melodies, sounding a lot like a garage punk version of the Eagles, and the vocals all have a spellbinding immediacy, at times recalling Dylan in his younger days, at other moments the Flamin' Groovies' Cyril Jordan, and, at others, Roger McGuinn on a day he never had so good at the microphone -- and also they move into Beach Boys territory by way of Chuck Berry, as on "State of My Union." Taken from a professionally made broadcast tape, the fidelity is as good as one might hope for, and as high as any live album one cares to name, and with no after-the-fact sweetening, either.
Bruce Eder, All Music Guide

THE YAYHOOS - Live @ The Underground

THE YAYHOOS Live @ the Underground 10/05/2002 Bootleg 320 kbps
Un double live des Yayhoos ! Un supergroupe ... de vrais rockers qui ne se prennent jamais au sérieux à l 'image de T. Anderson qui appelle son autre groupe The Olympic Ass-kickin' Team !
Individually and alphabetically, the Yayhoos are:
Eric Ambel: Founding member of the Del-Lords and Joan Jett's Blackhearts, lead guitarist of Steve Earle's Dukes (2000/2005), sometime solo artist and leader of the esteemed Roscoe's Gang and Roscoe Trio, co-proprietor of East Village nightspot the Lakeside Lounge, and producer of albums by a variety of acts including Nils Lofgren, the Bottle Rockets and the Blood Oranges.
Terry Anderson: Solo recording artist, leader of the Olympic Ass-Kickin' Team, onetime drummer/singer/tunesmith with legendary North Carolina combos the Fabulous Knobs, the Woodpeckers and the Woods. Also a notable tunesmith whose songbook includes material recorded by Etta James, Jo Dee Messina and Dan Baird .
Dan Baird: Former lead singer/guitarist of the Georgia Satellites and unlikely gap-toothed MTV icon, thanks to the Satellites hits "Keep Your Hands to Yourself" and "Battleship Chains." Also a beloved and acclaimed solo artist, and sometime producer/sideman for the likes of Will Hoge, Chris Knight and the Dusters. Dan has his own new band named Homemade Sin with former Satellites Keith Christopher (see below) and Mauro Magellan.
Keith Christopher: Original Georgia Satellites member, bassist to the stars (including Billy Joe Shaver, Tony Joe White and Kenny Wayne Shepherd, as well as many artists with two names, including Paul Westerberg and Todd Snider), and consistent source of inspiration.
"Put the Hammer Down" the second album by the Yayhoos is like its predecessor, 2001's "Fear Not the Obvious" , the new 13-song collection is loaded with loud, smart, catchy rock 'n' roll, written, played and sung by four full-grown men who possess first-hand knowledge of rock 'n' roll's power to transcend and transform, as well as an instinctive understanding that it's not such a big deal.
While the band members' individual resumes have led many to label the Yayhoos a supergroup, the foursome's aggressively unpretentious output dispels any negative preconceptions associated with that term.
While the four Yayhoos continue to maintain their individual careers, the potency of their collective chemistry is evident !!!
Cd covers & sounds by Goodguy666!

12/12/2007

CUB KODA - Shake Yo' Cakes

Un ep rose pour trois titres qui n'apparaissent pas sur le lp !
SINGLES CUB KODA & THE POINTS Shake yo' cakes 1981 Baron records wavSneakers on a rooster / Ducktail / Break of day / Baby won't you let me rock'n'roll you

12/11/2007

THE FLAMIN' OH'S - Oh !

THE FLAMIN' OH'S Oh! 1981 Fat City Records 320 kbpsAlways it's too late for us / Bite your lip / Tears / Love is a crime / New boyfriend / Stop / I won't , she don't / Private eyes / New life / Drugs / Gotcher' head (bonus track-b side single)
Produced by David Rivkin

Flamin' Oh's 1981 :

Robert Wilkinson: Guitar and Vocals/ Bob Meide: Percussion /Jody Ray: Bass Guitar /Joseph Behrend: Piano, Organ, and Vocals


When Flamingo released their EP they were contacted by the 50's group The Flamingos and were told "change the name or we sue". So the band dropped the "G" and became known as Flamin' Oh's. By this time the band was being called the Oh's anyway by all the regulars at the Longhorn.
The band released two albums on the Fat City Records label. Their debut LP was self-titled Flamin' Oh's. This became known as the GREEN album to the growing numbers of local followers. The band started playing to packed audiences at the Cabooze and Duffy's.
The Flamin' Oh's were one of the earliest bands to make music videos. Chuck Statler directed two videos including I Remember Romance from the first LP that had Joseph playing his keyboard atop a giant scrap steel pile. The video ran on a new television network dedicated to music, MTV.
The other video, Stop from the second LP Oh !, saw the members as classical musicians all decked out in tuxedos. Robert strummed a string harp, Bobby pounded on a kettle drum, Jody bowed a cello, and Joseph played a grand piano.
The band's busy touring schedule took them around the U.S. and was capped off with a festival performance in Bogata, Columbia.
Robert decided to cool it for a while after the last string of Oh's shows at the Union Bar during the summer of '87.


Superb artworks from Max !

THE FLAMIN' OH'S - Stop

SINGLES THE FLAMIN' OH'S Stop / Gotcher' head 1981 Flame City Records wav

12/09/2007

RADIO ROMANCE - As Seen On T.V.


RADIO ROMANCE As seen on T.V. 1982 Oceanus Records 320 kbps

Big beat / Livin' on the run / Grown out of love / Rodeo drive / Conversation / Maybe tonight / One love a life / Fallin' in love again / Pretty dancer / Follow your heart / Hold on

Arranged and produced by Radio Romance

Radio Romance :
S. Bickston : lead guitar, vocals / K. Dunning : drums, vocals / S. Goddard : guitar, keyboards, vocals / M. Purcell : bass, vocals

This is a Max cover for a power pop band !

12/07/2007

THE REAL IMPOSSIBLES - Get the big picture

THE REAL IMPOSSIBLES Get the big picture 1984 Mini LP
Here and now / Another phase / You told her / It's not easy / Hanging on to you / Burned / Cherry cherry / Turned my world / Against the grain / Firing line / Something to learn

Talented guitarist, prolific songwriter, and down-to earth human being. These are just a few terms to describe Marc Platt, a Los Angeles-based, singer-songwriter who is making a difference in the lives of other musicians. Platt’s experience in the music business goes back to the early 80s, first as an artist and then as an employee of Rhino Records, back when the record label was in its infant stages. By the mid 80s, Platt had returned to performing full-time and formed the band, The Real Impossibles. Their 1986 EP, “Play Loud” was produced by Plimsouls’ (“Million Miles Away”) front-man, Peter Case and The Real Impossibles video, “Turn My World” was featured on MTV that same year. “When I was starting out in the 80s, I was a huge fan of the Plimsouls,” Platt said. “I hung out with Peter Case who took me under his wings and introduced me to people such as Elvis Costello, Peter Buck (REM), John Hiatt, Bonnie Raitt, Steve Earle, and T-Bone Burnett. “I really got an education watching these amazing artists work. I was a very lucky guy for getting to hang out with my idols at an impressionable age.” Platt went on to play in a few bands, but his real success has been in songwriting. He wrote songs for Universal’s 1993 A Taste for Killing and 1994 The Raffle in which two of the songs were featured on the soundtrack. His music has also been featured on ESPN. “I got lucky enough to get some songs in movies in the 90s,” said Platt. “They weren’t hit movies, but I found that getting to the producers was much more beneficial than music supervisors. I still make money off cable and DVDs from those projects.” More recently, Platt’s songs have been featured on TV shows such as Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, E-News True Hollywood, and Passions. He continues to write music for a variety of TV shows. “It’s easy to write for TV if you stay focused on the craft of songwriting,” says Platt who works with Maureen Davis, his songwriting partner. “She and I have written together for 10 years and we focus on what is going on in our relationships. We write and record them quickly and get a lot of TV shows.” In addition to his songwriting career, Platt performs on a regular basis at various venues throughout Los Angeles and Hollywood. Although he has a huge catalog of his original tunes, he also performs covers and is perhaps one of the best around at doing just that. Platt is very versatile, performing tunes by the Beatles, the Beach Boys, Elvis Presley, Leonard Bernstein, Neil Young and Joan Osborne to name a few. Platt released a CD of covers last year titled “Undercovermen” which includes “Moon River” “Won’t Get Fooled Again” (The Who), “Love” (John Lennon) among others. He believes the secret in performing covers well is the performer’s ability to make the song his or her own, without trying to imitate the style and sound of the artist they are covering. This is the sort of advice Platt gives to students at his performance workshop.The workshop is held every Sunday evening at Kulak’s Woodshed in North Hollywood. “I truly believe it is important to give back.” Platt said. “I was lucky enough to have a great teacher back in the early 80s in Bud Dashiell (Bud and Travis).” Platt stresses the importance of communication for performers and says that artists need to find a way to get their message across without relying on what they think people want to hear. Platt’s style is acoustic eclectic and echoes influences such as the Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, the Beach Boys. His beautiful wife Deanna Pino is also a fabulous singer-songwriter. His recent releases include his 2004 CD, “Reinventing the Wheel,” “Just Like Me” and “Undercovermen” were both released in 2006. He has an upcoming release (March 2007) called “I’m So Awesome.”
Article by Lori Porter in "New Music Weekly"
Covers made by the "real impossible " Max !
...and thanks to Fabien & Manu to bring these one !

THE REAL IMPOSSIBLES - 4 X 4

SINGLES THE REAL IMPOSSIBLES 4 X 4 1984 F.K.A.D. Records wav
Turn my world / Against the grain / Firing line / Something to learn
Produced by Peter Case

THE REAL IMPOSSIBLES - Burned

SINGLES THE REAL IMPOSSIBLES Burned / Cherry cherry 1984 Backlash wav
Produced by B. Ingl0t.

12/04/2007

THE FEVERS - Live At The Underground

GoodGuy666 presents :FEVERS Live @ the Underground 4/6/2003 Bootleg 320 kbpsComposés de Gavin May(bass , chant , composition , production ) , de Brian Hermosillo(guitar) et dans lequel l'infatigable Travis Ramin n'est que le dernier batteur ! (Ramo records, N. Corvette band , The Short fuses ,Tina & the Total Babes , Candygirl project etc...)

THE YUM YUMS - Live At The Underground

GoodGuy666 presents :
YUM YUMS Boogie fever in Cologne 2002 Bootleg 320 kbps

ROBERT GORDON


ROBERT GORDON All for the love of rock'n'roll 1994 New Rose 320 kbps

Attacked , seduced and abandoned / You stepped in now / Prove it / I found you / I need you girl / Goodbye baby / Movin' too slow / All for the love of rock'n'roll / Love & trouble / Slash / Middle of the night / Beside you .
Produced by R. Gottehrer
R. Gordon : vocals / C. Spedding , D. Gatton , J. Salen : guitar / B. Chounard , A. Fiq : drums / T.
Garnier , R. Stoner : bass .
Un disque de Robert Gordon différent des autres ! Les guitares sont plus aggressives , plus rock ! Le son se rapproche plus de celui de Tuff Darts , son excellent premier groupe dont le seul témoignage sonore avec Gordon comme chanteur , sont les morceaux qui figurent sur le live at C.B.G.B.'s ! Tuff Darts qui sortit , après le départ du chanteur un magnifique album chez Sire records en 1978 (réédition cd sur Wounded Bird records ) . On retrouve leur guitariste Jeff Salen sur ce disque pour "All for the love ..." ,"Love & trouble", "Slash","Attacked , seduced and ..." et "You stepped in it now" ! Bonne surprise !
J. Salen qui continue à jouer et a sorti après un nouvel album : non plus avec ses Silencers mais en solo !

CRY BABIES - Pop goes the cork !!! and more

CRY BABIES Pop goes the cork !!! and more ... 1995 E.P.S.L. 320 kbpsFrom the one I leave to the one I' ll love* / (What's ) deep inside* / Don't look down on girls* / Believe believe* / The girl with two right hands* / Idle taking man (nothing comes from you)* / Four lines on the back page* / I' ve found my way* / Born in '65" / Cheeky Marylou° / Running in the outer space°
*Produced by T. Duvigneau (Kid Pharaon) en 1991 / °Produced by P. Hugo & Cry Babies / "Produced by Z. Boukortt(Shifters) & Cry Babies
CRY BABIES: A. Lhuillier : guitar - E. Porcher : guitare, backin' vocals -L. Lhuillier : lead vocals - F. Marville : bass - L. Renard : drums , tambourine
Un grand cru de power pop française ! Il s'agit ici de l'édition cd de leur premier lp 8 titres "Pop goes the cork" paru en 1991 . Comme beaucoup d'autres , ils répondent présents pour participer à divers fanzines (Abus dangereux , Larsen , Kinetic Vibes) d'où sont extraits les 3 titres supplémentaires qui composent ce cd .
Thanks to Fabien !

12/02/2007

KILLDOZER - Killdozer

KILLDOZER Killdozer 1981 lp 320 kbps
Hurt you / Soul radio / Magic drums (When Fela blows his sax) / First I look at the purse / (Do the) Company walk / Funky street / Funka rollers / My thang / Hold on / 80's fun / Pills addict / Looking for a love* (bonus track-b side single)

Réalisation : J. N. Ogouz
Killdozer: R. Lapassade: vocals / E. Gonzales: lead & rhythm guitars / P. Brondel: drums , percussion , backin' vocals / P. Panchionne: bass , backin' vocals / J. P. Gouillo: rhythm guitar
Killdozer c'est une bombe ! Une bombe lyonnaise , à une époque où Lyon , comme Bordeaux ,
Nice , Le Havre ou Rouen deviennent dans les 80's balbutiantes , des minis capitales du rock !
Killdozer c'est du funk vitriolé , du rhythm'n'blues mâtiné de guitares hard ! Un tempo
implacable , des riffs de guitares hachés sur lesquels Robert Lapassade pose sa voix, en véritable shouter ! Comme il le fera plus tard avec les Snappin' Boys !
Il aimaient le vrai rhythm'n'blues les garçons de Killdozer et leurs originaux valent presque leurs reprises : "My thang" de J. Brown , "Funky street" d'A. Conley , "First I look at the purse" de Smokey Robinson , version J. Geils Band et sur la face b du single "Soul radio" , un titre de J. W. Alexander que reprit aussi le groupe de J. Geils !
*le léger défaut en début de "Looking for a love" résulte d'un single en mauvais état ! Ne disposant pas d'autre source , nous nous sommes résolus à le passer tel quel ! Il nous a semblé qu'il aurait été dommage de se passer de cette b side !
Cd overs made by busy Max !!!

12/01/2007

CUB KODA & THE POINTS - St

CUB KODA & THE POINTS Cub Koda & The Points 1980 Baron Records 256 kbps
Welcome to my job / Gettin' wild tonight / Jail bait / Tight jeans / Cadillac Jack / Cadillac walk /Pound it out / Crazy people / Sneakers on a rooster / Ducktail /The ballad of Guitar Johnny .
Produced Cub Koda.

CUB KODA & THE POINTS 1980:
C. Koda : vocals, guitar, harmonica
P. Bankert : bass
C. F. Schmidt : drums
G. J. Gaydos : guitar
Après la dissolution de Brownville Station ( dont tous les lps sont de bons disques de hard punk 70's avec une étoile de plus pour " School punks" sorti en 1974) Cub monte The Points un quatuor d'enfer ! Le son est un peu hard et graisseux à souhait !
Un magnifique album avec une reprise plutôt virile du "Cadillac walk" de Moon Martin (ah Moon ...) ! Un vinyl rouge sang avec une belle pochette en noir et blanc ! Précédé lui-même par un EP en vinyl rose !
Max a tellement été inspiré par la pochette et par Cub qu'il nous a fait deux inlays ! Fan Club, sous-label de New Rose chargé des rééditions , avait ressorti l'album en cd en 1991 ! Mais le livret et le tray du cd rendait si peu justice à la très belle pochette de Baron Records que nous avons décidé de tout refaire tout en vous conservant la pochette du cd Fan Club !


There is 27 years that for their debut album, Cub KODA & The POINTS reunite for a musical thrill ride where blues, rockabilly and Dee-Troit Rock’n’Roll attitude all meet in a head-on assault of the senses; a place when Hound Dog Taylor meets the MC5 at the end of a dark alley. Crank it up and revel. In the mind-numbing rush of it all... They didn’t come all this way to shoot pool !!!
Keep on rockin' !

CUB KODA - Box Lunch


CUB KODA Box lunch 1998 J. Bird Records 320 kbps

We were crazy back then / Double barrel hell / Too much pain / No matter whay you say / How could life turn out this way / Runaway heart / Gimme trash / My luck's gone all the bad / Susan Hayward's diary .

Cub Koda : guitar , vocal , harmonica

This disc is one of the nicest musical surprises I have had in quite sometime. Just music in its purest form, Cub as the blues troubadour armed with just his acoustic guitar, voice, harmonica, and nine really contagious tunes, all penned by Cub. The intimacy of this disc is really haunting, and it makes you feel like the Cubmaster is in your living room performing just for you. Dishing out this collection of tales that take you through the gamut of human emotions, and then some. Throughout Koda's career with Brownsville station and as a solo artist, he has covered everything from rock and roll, to the blues, to rock-a-billy, to jazz, and more, and in the process has become a bonafide electric guitar hero. So with "Box Lunch" his first solo acoustic guitar outing Cub is adding a new dimension to his truly remarkable career. And yes the Cubmaster has got some terrific acoustic guitar chops, and yes he's still "Smokin' In The Boys Room". This one is definitely a keeper.

- Darin Scott -

CUB KODA & The POINTS - Noise Monkeys

CUB KODA & THE POINTS Noise monkeys 2000 J.Bird Records 320 kbps
Fast food-Slow death / Look at that white girl dance / Pusherman of love / Next time / He couldn't say no / Forty days / Spit on the floor / Yommo yommo...yow ! / Nicotine & caffeine / The fang / Intro to Double mirror* - Double mirror wraparound shades* / Fire & brimstone* .
*Recorded live at Serwin's, Fremont, Ohio .
Produced By: Peter Bankert, Joey Gaydos, & Cub Koda
Cub Koda & the Points 1999 :
Cub Koda, Joey Gaydos, Peter Bankert, & "Cool" Fred Schmidt
For over thirty years the world's premier "House-Rocker", and probably the most underrated blues & rock guitarist Mr. Cub Koda has delivered the message of high octane, fun, in your face guitar based rock & blues on stages and recording studio's all over the world with the likes of Brownsville Station, The Del-Tino's, The Housrockers, Blackfoot, & many others. With the release of Cub Koda & The Point's latest recording "Noise Monkeys", which features eleven studio tracks, and two tunes cut live,Cub's message has never been delivered with as much precision & clarity. From the opening track the Bo Diddley influenced "Fast-Food Slow Death" laced with it's thicker than pea soup guitar tone & it's relentless in the pocket rhythm you know you have stumbled onto a phenomenal recording, as it keeps getting better track by track, until the recording culminates with The Cubmasters mind boggling reading of the Link Wray classic "Fire & Brimstone". Cub & The Point are on a mission and if you love high energy blues based rock & roll served Detroit style by one of the greatest blues guitarists backed by a kick-ass band then this disc belongs in your collection & it is guarenteed to give you a lifetime of pleasure & inspiration.
Darin Scott
Tune-Up Guitar Magazine

THE INMATES - Tainted rock

THE INMATES Tainted rock !!! 1991 Speedrock 320 kbpsLive at the Rainbow Music Hall-Denver-USA-February 1980
Tainted love (demo may 1981)* / Don't lie to me* / You're the one that done it / Danger zone / Three time loser / Why when the love has gone ? / If time could turn backwards / Talking 'bout you* / The walk / Mr Unreliable / I can't sleep / Take sometime out* / Some kinda wonderful / Back in history / Love got me / Loving up a storm* / Dirty water / Jealousy / Let it rock*
*Never released before
THE INMATES: B Hurley: vocal /P Gunn: lead guitar , vocals / T Oliver: guitar , vocals / B Donnelly: bass guitar /J Russell: drums , vocals
Merci à Fabien et à Jean-Joseph pour l'envoi de ce post !

11/29/2007

STUNNERS 3


STUNNERS Rockomondo 1984 Virgin 320 kbps

Quand j'ai besoin de toi / Comme ça / Viens avec moi / We got more soul / Ce jour-là / Tu vis sur la ligne / Tu vas m'aimer / N-n-nerveux / Délivre / We got a thing goin' on / Mon heure viendra / Ce soir .

Produit par M. Olivier -Photos : E. Iffergan

STUNNERS 1984 :
P. Bouchey : chant , guitare
R. Kheloufi : guitare , chant
Mickey : harmonica , chant
A. Bentabou : basse
H. Evrard : batterie , chant , percussions , claviers
S. Houmaouï : saxophone , percussions

Un des meilleurs groupe , avec Killdozer et les Snappin' Boys , de rhythm'n'blues français ! Leurs concerts étaient dévastateurs ! Philippe Bouchey un grand showman ! Mickey un super harmoniciste au look d'enfer !
Je ne comprends toujours pas , à l'écoute de cet album , 24 ans après , pourquoi les Stunners n'ont pas mieux marché !

et pour celui-là aussi Max a bossé dur ! Il nous a fait un superbe inlay !
Merci Max !

STUNNERS 2


SINGLES STUNNERS Quand j'ai besoin de toi / Tu vas m'aimer 1983 Virgin wav


Cover : MAX

STUNNERS 1


SINGLES STUNNERS Sans revenir / Carte noire 1983 Stan ! records wav

Cover réhabilitation : MAX !

COUNT BISHOPS 1




SINGLES COUNT BISHOPS Speedball EP 1975 Chiswick wav


Route 66 / I ain't got you / Beautiful Delilah / Teenage letter / Sweet little sixteen (bonus track)


Count bishops 1975 :

Johnny Guitar : guitar , vocals
Paul Balbi : drums
Steve Lewins : bass
Zen (Xenon de Fleur) : guitar , vocals
Mike Spencer : vocals , harp

July '75 and a band called CHROME were sculling around the third rate pub circuit long before Mr Rotten and Co. had pissed in their first ash tray. Ted Carroll looked at the Melody Maker gig guide(erama), pushed his glasses back up his nose and decided that with a name like that they had to be the first band on CHISWICK RECORDS. A week later, accompanied by diminutive partner, Roger Armstrong, he slunk into a seedy pub in Highbury and was confronted by four mean looking characters playing Chuck Berry riffs as if their lives depended on it. To the right, chewing gum and looking like he would eat your cat was ZENON HIEROWSKY; (later de Fleur) by any other name THE COUNT BISHOPS had arrived. Maniac American Mike Spencer inveigled his way into the operation several weeks later, sacked most of the band, brought JOHNNY GUTTAR over from the States on the promise of a vast record deal (CHISWICK RECORDS I ask you?) and gave birth to THE (original) COUNT BISHOPS. After one disastrous recording session, where the bass player couldn't even play "Walkin' The Dog", they went into Pathway Studios (8 tracks and no air) in August '75 and in about 7 hours laid down 13 blistering rock and roll tracks from which, in November of that year emerged the first release on CHISWICK, THE COUNT BISHOPS SPEEDBALL E.P.

It didn't exactly set the world on fire, but through the vast Rock On Empire of two market stalls and few sympathetic dealers it managed to shift its initial pressing of 1,000 copies in a surprising short space of time.Not long after the band drifted away from CHISWICK, for a while to a small Dutch label called Dynamite for which they recorded "Taking It Easy/Train Train". CHISWICK picked up the rights for this, flipped it to make "Train Train" the A side and released it as their fifth single. In the meantime Mike Spencer had left the band in an incident involving an unfriendly plate glass window. The four piece band that had recorded "Train Train" allowed an album of what were essentially demos to escape in Holland and went on to lay down backing tracks for what was to become the first '"official'' COUNT BISHOPS album.

At this point singer DAVE TICE was drafted by drummer and fellow Australian PAUL BALBI to complete the five piece line up that recorded "THE COUNT BISHOPS" album. Dave overdubbed his vocals on the already recorded backing tracks and the album came out in July '77. The single Baby Your Wrong/stay Free had already been pulled in April of that year.

During the rest of '77 and the early part of '78 the band gigged extensively building up a strong personal following despite being fairly unfashionable in the face of the punk publicity onslaught. In the Spring of '78 they recorded some live material at the Roundhouse for a projected live CHISWICK album featuring 6 different CHISWICK acts. Although the projected album never got off the ground THE BISHOPS set was so good that it warranted an album of its own. ''LIVE BISHOPS'' was released later that summer in 10"and 12"form with a name abbreviation to simply THE BISHOPS and a further personal change, PAT MCMULLAN replacing original bass player Steve Lewins. On the back of the album they toured with Motorhead equalling themselves more than adequately in front of the braying heavy metal fanatics with their red hot rock and roll.In April '78 the Sam & Dave classic "I Take What I Want" was unleashed to excellent radio play but slightly disappointing sales. The blistering "I Want Candy" came out in September as the first release through the EMI deal with CHISWICK, and though the sales were encouraging this time and the band made their first Top of The Pops appearance, the lack of radio action could not sustain the record to give it the chart placing it deserved.

And so into '79 with a lot of road work behind them, two critically acclaimed albums (and rightly so) one single that got the play but not the sales and one that got the initial sales but not the play (not to mention one bona fide classic in Train Train).

Three weeks ago the BISHOPS completed the album that they had been working on since early '78. Two days later ZENON DE FLEUR crashed his DB6 into a tree and died in hospital one week later. Despite the tragic loss, the band decided to continue as doubtless ZEN would have wished. Ironically, this looks like the one to break them .

"CROSSCUTS" will be out at the beginning of May with "Mr Jones" lifted as the single, and if hard work and commitment still mean anything then this album deserves to make it, for these boys have paid their dues several times over.

in The Count Bishops site , from R. Armstrong

Ce single devrait vous faire l'effet d'un speedball !

















11/28/2007

NASHVILLE PUSSY


NASHVILLE PUSSY Eat more pussy 1998 Mercury 320 kbps

Kicked in the teeth / Nice boys / Milk cow blues / Headin' for the Texas border / Sock it to me baby / (I'm) Misunderstood

NASHVILLE PUSSY 1998 :
B. Cartwright : guitar , vocals
R. Suys : guitar , vocals
C. Parks : bass
J. Thompson : drums


11/27/2007

LIME SPIDERS 1


LIME SPIDERS Volatile 1988 Virgin 320 kbps

Volatile / Can't hear you anymore / The odyssey / Jagged edge */ Lot to answer for / The captor & the captive one / My main attraction / The other side of you / Deaf, dumb and blind / Strange kind of love / Under my umbrella / Can't you read my mind * / Won't fall in love / Test pattern / 12'' volatile violation mix *
* bonus tracks cd
Produced by P. Blyton

LIME SPIDERS 1988 :
M. Blood : lead vocal
G. Corben : all guitars
T. Bambach : bass, backin' vocals
R. Lawson : drums, percussion , backin' vocals
Reformation et tout nouvel album live pour les Lime Spiders ("Live at the Esplanade") !



LITTLE BOB - He's Free

SINGLES LITTLE BOB He's free / Another kind of battle 1993 EMI wav
Single promotionnel offert avec les premiers exemplaires de l'album "lost Territories" et composé de deux morceaux inédits ! Le premier titre "He 's free" est produit par Jeff Eyrich (Plimsouls , Rank & File , Gun Club , Thin White Rope ...) tout comme l' album ; le second par Little Bob , lui-même , comme il le fait souvent .

11/25/2007

LITTLE BOB STORY - Too Young Too Love Me

LITTLE BOB STORY Too young to love me 1984 EMI 320 kbps
Too young to love me / Shoot me down / I can't stand it / So crazy / Wanderers , followers , lovers / Johnny and the devils / Little prayer / Say no more / 24 hours of lies / Ever blue / Hurt so badly (bonus).
L. B. S. 1984: Little Bob : vocals / Gilles Mallet : guitar , backin' vocals / Guy-Georges Gremy : guitar , backin' vocals / François Gehin : bass / Nico Garotin : drums , backin' vocals.
Un bon album de L.B.S. qui attend encore une sortie cd décente ... quand le label aura retrouvé les bandes...!
Cd covers by Max!