Sunday, 5 March 2017

The Lolas in Flac


Here is The Lolas - Like the Sun in Flac. I posted the album yesterday also in mp3.



Viel Spass
                 Frank  Flac
Limited till 19th March 2017

The Knack in Flac

Here is the Knack - Zoom in Flac like i said yesterday. It's limited till 19th of March!
Have fun
               Frank  Flac

The Yardbirds - Having A Rave Up 1966 (1991 Repertoire) Flac

In its original U.S. vinyl release, this album, comprised of several singles and B-sides plus excerpts off of Five Live Yardbirds, was one of the best LPs of the entire British Invasion, ranking on a par with the greatest mid-'60s work of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones; it was also just a step away from being a best-of the Yardbirds as well. No collection has ever outdone the sheer compactness and high quality of Having a Rave Up.(allmusic.com)

This is the 21 track 1991 release and i believe all the tracks are also here.
Great fun
               Frank      Part 1
                                          Part 2

Bigfile once again...and for the last time

Hello Folks, i want to say again some words about ...how can i name it? For some people it seems to be just farting in the comments but that have nothing to do with talk about solutions. To say it short, i will don't use Bigfile anymore. The reason why i will act in this way are the people who like music. I do it for all the nice people here
                                                    Frank

The Yardbirds - Over Under Sideways Down (Roger The Engineer)(Ten Bonus Tracks) 1966 (1998 Repertoire) Flac



Beginning as one of rock's all-time great (and influential) blues-rock bands, the Yardbirds had taken a turn toward the psychedelic side of things once Jeff Beck replaced Eric Clapton, as evidenced by 1966's Over Under Sideways Down. As with Beatles and Rolling Stones albums from around this era, the U.K. and U.S. versions would often differ with album titles and altered track listings, and as a result, quite a few tracks slipped through the cracks. The same was true of the Yardbirds.
But the 2002 Repertoire reissue of Over Under Sideways Down finally compiles all the tracks from this era on one single disc -- the end result being 22 tracks of the Yardbirds at their creative peak. For anyone who was wondering if Beck could truly fill in for Clapton, he was silenced by the playful "Jeff's Boogie," which shows the guitarist was one of the more technically proficient blues-rock players of the time, as well as lending a gloriously Middle Eastern riff to the trippy title track. But the 2002 edition improves the classic original even further, as it includes selections from the Yardbirds' short-lived Jeff Beck-Jimmy Page lineup:
"Happenings Ten Years Ago" and one of the group's most underrated tracks, "Psycho Daisies." For longtime fans looking to replace their vinyl or newcomers to '60s British blues, the 2002 Repertoire edition of Over Under Sideways Down is a must-have.

The 1998 german Repertoire Edition is as far i know exactly the same.I think it is the same tracklist with 22 tracks. Here is the discogs info. Or am i wrong? However this is a fine Blues and Beat inspired collection of marvelous works from the Birds and Chris Dreja solo. Have fun
Cheers
           Frank  Flac
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