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Old 02-08-2008, 05:59 PM   #1
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For those who are like me and have an eclectic taste in music, I have good news for you:

The following was found at the Worldview Blog: www.worldvieww.blogspot.com

When out-of-print albums command hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars, Internet users take to the blogs to download low-quality MP3s of poorly kept vinyl. It's hard to blame hardcore seekers who have given up on finding rare '70s psychedelic-rock records that had been privately pressed in scant numbers. That's where Anthology Recordings comes in.

Label founder Keith Abrahamsson began Anthology Recordings to bring lost psychedelic, hard rock, soul, and punk gems to the digital age. The label's diverse roster resurrects albums by The Exciters, Baby Grandmothers, Sir Lord Baltimore, and Skip Spence of Jefferson Airplane and Moby Grape. Anthology also digitizes select recordings from respected reissue labels around the world, including Sunbeam Records, Sundazed Music, and Japan's EM Records.


Here is the link to Anthology Recordings http://www.anthologyrecordings.com/



I purchased the following albums today:

Moody: The Gentle Rain

This ultra-rare collection of Soul-Funk instrumentals was originally released in 1973, and has gone on to become one of the most sought-after albums of the period. Conceived and arranged by Nick Ingman, whose work adorns Radiohead, David Bowie, Bjork, Oasis and countless others, it features contributions from legendary musicians including Kenny Wheeler, Alan Hawkshaw and Brian Bennett, and is a goldmine for fans of synthesizers, beats and basslines. With original copies changing hands for hundreds of dollars, this is the first time the album has been available digitally.


The Five Americans: Progressions

The hits kept on coming from heroic Dallas fivesome, The Five Americans with their third longplayer, 1967’ Progressions. Both “Zip Code” and “Evol-Not Love” careened up the charts as The Five Americans squared off on live stages throughout the deep south with artists such as The Doors and Jefferson Airplane – and more than held their own against the best American rock n’ roll had to offer!


Blossom Toes: We are ever so clean

Released at the height of ‘flower power’ in 1967, We Are Ever So Clean is widely considered to be the finest popsike album ever recorded. Produced by Giorgio Gomelsky (discoverer of the Rolling Stones and the Yardbirds), it’s a fascinating amalgam of whimsical pop, music hall humour and acid rock. Much-bootlegged over the years, this is its first official reissue, timed to coincide with its 40th anniversary. Produced with the band’s full involvement, it’s presented with no fewer than ten bonus tracks, encompassing non-LP singles, demos, out-takes and live performances. Full album download comes complete with a comprehensive band history, as well as an introduction from the band’s leader, Brian Godding.


I downloaded all 3 albums today and then burned them to CDs

Here is some information from their web-site:

Q: What can I do with tracks I download from Anthology Recordings?

A: All music downloaded from Anthology Recordings are in the mp3 format which is universally compatible and DRM FREE. Once you download your music, you can: transfer mp3s to your portable music player including the ipod, Play it on your computer using any mp3 program, Burn mp3s to CDs, etc.


Q: What is the quality of the MP3 songs? What bitrate are Anthology Recording’s songs encoded at?

A: The MP3s are encoded at 320kbps.

If you love to discover new music I would highly recommend visiting the site and buying some music.

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For those who are like me and have an eclectic taste in music, I have good news for you:

The following was found at the Worldview Blog: www.worldvieww.blogspot.com

When out-of-print albums command hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars, Internet users take to the blogs to download low-quality MP3s of poorly kept vinyl. It's hard to blame hardcore seekers who have given up on finding rare '70s psychedelic-rock records that had been privately pressed in scant numbers. That's where Anthology Recordings comes in.

Label founder Keith Abrahamsson began Anthology Recordings to bring lost psychedelic, hard rock, soul, and punk gems to the digital age. The label's diverse roster resurrects albums by The Exciters, Baby Grandmothers, Sir Lord Baltimore, and Skip Spence of Jefferson Airplane and Moby Grape. Anthology also digitizes select recordings from respected reissue labels around the world, including Sunbeam Records, Sundazed Music, and Japan's EM Records.


Here is the link to Anthology Recordings http://www.anthologyrecordings.com/



I purchased the following albums today:

Moody: The Gentle Rain

This ultra-rare collection of Soul-Funk instrumentals was originally released in 1973, and has gone on to become one of the most sought-after albums of the period. Conceived and arranged by Nick Ingman, whose work adorns Radiohead, David Bowie, Bjork, Oasis and countless others, it features contributions from legendary musicians including Kenny Wheeler, Alan Hawkshaw and Brian Bennett, and is a goldmine for fans of synthesizers, beats and basslines. With original copies changing hands for hundreds of dollars, this is the first time the album has been available digitally.


The Five Americans: Progressions

The hits kept on coming from heroic Dallas fivesome, The Five Americans with their third longplayer, 1967’ Progressions. Both “Zip Code” and “Evol-Not Love” careened up the charts as The Five Americans squared off on live stages throughout the deep south with artists such as The Doors and Jefferson Airplane – and more than held their own against the best American rock n’ roll had to offer!


Blossom Toes: We are ever so clean

Released at the height of ‘flower power’ in 1967, We Are Ever So Clean is widely considered to be the finest popsike album ever recorded. Produced by Giorgio Gomelsky (discoverer of the Rolling Stones and the Yardbirds), it’s a fascinating amalgam of whimsical pop, music hall humour and acid rock. Much-bootlegged over the years, this is its first official reissue, timed to coincide with its 40th anniversary. Produced with the band’s full involvement, it’s presented with no fewer than ten bonus tracks, encompassing non-LP singles, demos, out-takes and live performances. Full album download comes complete with a comprehensive band history, as well as an introduction from the band’s leader, Brian Godding.


I downloaded all 3 albums today and then burned them to CDs

Here is some information from their web-site:

Q: What can I do with tracks I download from Anthology Recordings?

A: All music downloaded from Anthology Recordings are in the mp3 format which is universally compatible and DRM FREE. Once you download your music, you can: transfer mp3s to your portable music player including the ipod, Play it on your computer using any mp3 program, Burn mp3s to CDs, etc.


Q: What is the quality of the MP3 songs? What bitrate are Anthology Recording’s songs encoded at?

A: The MP3s are encoded at 320kbps.

If you love to discover new music I would highly recommend visiting the site and buying some music.
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