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samedi 23 mai 2015

Nihonjin - Far Out (1973) Full Album whit Bonus Tracks

Nihonjin - Far Out (1973) Full Album whit Bonus Tracks

The flow of psychedelic that happened in the latter half of the 1960's visits Japan at once and has extended. At that time, the power to involve demonstrated the power of the counterplan enough as cultures such as music and the arts and plays. An original custom of Japan and the thought of the Orient exactly appeared enough to the music of psychedelic in Japan. Or, the deriving music exhausted the musician in various Japan as one flow. A lot of bands in Japan influenced by the music of the United States and Britain for the situation of Japanese music at that time existed and the band in known Japan existed as a result of digesting those elements also in the world now. Members of the band in various Japan created original music in the one flow while studying hard mutually valuing the flow. And, it was one band to which this "Far Out" had started also establishing an original route in the flow of such music.
It was at 1971 that they were formed. It is said that they were performing music that exactly receives the influence of Hard Rock at that time and makes Rock a center. However, the music character has been improved while gradually taking the element of psychedelic. The band in a lot of Japan made original music of Japan absorb the music such as psychedelic, Blues, and Rock and created without limiting the activity such as bands of Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath, and psychedelic of the other to the band in Japan and influencing and limiting it to them.
In the back, this band to which Fumio Miya[&*!#]a is mainly formed will change the form into "Far East Family Band". It is known as a band of the antecedent to the arrival there. However, the listener who knew this band became in the minority also in Japan now. However, it is likely to be able to count as one of the bands that support the dawn of the music of Japan very important band.
Involved power and flow of "Too Many People" create one space. The culture and the thought of the Orient in Japan might be reflected well though it looks like the sound of initial Pink Floyd and King Crimson. The progress of the sound of the float in the space exactly feels the sound of psychedelic and a few Blues. The guitar of Eiichi Sayu will exactly invite the listener to the world of psychedelic.
"Nihonjin" can be translated into "Japanese". The entire flow of the album is united. The culture and the thought of the Orient are reflected in music as for this tune. It advances with quiet power and progress.
In Japan at that time, such a lot of bands existed. If the situation of music the meaning of the existence of this band and at that time is considered, it is likely to be able to enjoy it as one of the bands to which Japan is psychedelically related though this band certainly becomes a mother's body and it connected with Far East Family Band.
Review by Kazuhiro from Prog Archives.

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Too Many People (0:00)
2. Nihonjin (18:00)
Bonus Tracks
3. Birds Flying To The Cave (37:54)
4. Saying To The Land (42:31)
5. Moving, Looking, Trying, Jumping (51:00)
6. Wa Wa (52:35)
7. The Cave Down To The Earth (55:30)
8. Four Minds (1:01:54)
9. Transmigration (1:07:52)

Line-up / Musicians
- Fumio Miyashita / vocal, nihonbue, acoustic guitar, harmonica, moog (custom)
- Eiichi Sayu / lead guitar, hammond organ, chorus
- Kei Ishikawa / vocal, bass guitar, electric sitar
- Manami Arai / drums, nihon-daiko, chorus


vendredi 22 mai 2015

Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble 'One Night In Texas' Live 1989


Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble 'One Night In Texas' Live 1989

May I Have A Talk With You
Mary Had A Little Lamb
Look At Little Sister
Couldn't Stand The Weather
Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)


Ravi Shankar - The Spirit of India (full album)

Ravi Shankar - The Spirit of India (full album)

Alap 00:00
Jor 13:40
Gat I (Tala: Jhap-tal) 26:21
Gat II (Tala: Ek-tal) 43:31
Raga Hameer 50:13

Musicians :
Sitar -- Ravi Shankar
Tabla -- Alla Rakha
Tambura [Tanpura] -- Mrs. Jiban, Mrs. Widya

Label Deutsche Grammophon
Phonographic Copyright (p) -- Polydor International GmbH
Made By -- PMDC, Germany
Printed By -- Neef
Recorded At -- Studio des Dames


jeudi 21 mai 2015

Mystic Crock - 6 AM [Full Album]

Mystic Crock - 6 AM [Full Album]

01. Future (Remix) 0:00
02. Nomad Drone (Remix) 8:22
03. Dance Of The Sea Serpent (Remix) 17:02
04. Bounding (Remix) 25:42
05. Maribo (Remix) 34:12
06. Deep Atmospheres (Remix) 44:02
07. Walking On A Rainbow (Remix) 52:36
08. Luna´s Walk (Dense Remix) 1:01:45


mercredi 20 mai 2015

The Beatles - "Atlanta Stadium" Atlanta, GA. August 18, 1965

The Beatles - "Atlanta Stadium" Atlanta, GA. August 18, 1965

01. 00:00 "Introduction"
02. 03:02 "Twist and Shout"
03. 04:21 "She's a Woman"
04. 07:36 "I Feel Fine"
05. 10:11 "Dizzy Miss Lizzy" (incomplete)
06. 12:00 "Ticket to Ride"
07. 14:31 "Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby"
08. 17:19 "Can't Buy Me Love"
09. 19:52 "Baby's In Black"
10. 22:37 "I Wanna Be Your Man"
11. 25:34 "Help!
12. 28:39 "I'm Down"

Live: Atlanta Stadium

9.37pm, Wednesday 18 August 1965

The Beatles' only visit to Atlanta lasted around 10 hours, but was remarkable for one key reason: monitor speakers on the stage allowed them to hear themselves play - a rarity during the whirlwind of Beatlemania.

The group landed in Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport at 2pm, having flown in on a chartered aeroplane from Canada. Although crowds of fans were at the airport to greet them, the plane taxied to a remote area where they discreetly boarded, along with their entourage, three limousines.

The Beatles were taken to the baseball stadium, where a locker room had been designated as their dressing room and headquarters. Some tables and chairs had been assembled in the area, and temporary beds, known locally as 'cots', were also provided. Ringo Starr, amused at the word, climbed into one and sucked his thumb loudly.

The hired caterers offered to make The Beatles hamburgers, but they requested corn on the cob instead. Their meals also included top sirloin, leg of lamb and pork loin, along with the corn, pole beans, fruit and apple pie. The group was so impressed with the quality of the food that they signed the china plates for the caterers.

18 August was a hot day, and as there was no air conditioning in the stadium Paul McCartney requested a large fan for the backstage area, although it made little difference. A number of local VIPs were present, and The Beatles posed for photographs and signed numerous autographs.

Atlanta Stadium - later renamed the Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium - had only been recently opened. Tickets for the show had gone on sale two months earlier, with field level seats costing $5.50 and upper level ones $4.50. Fans had begun arriving at the stadium from 4.30am on the morning of the show.

A press conference was held at the stadium from 5pm, and was attended by around 150 reporters.

After the press conference The Beatles were presented with the key to Atlanta by the mayor, Ivan Allen, who proclaimed them honorary citizens.

The stadium doors opened at 6.21pm, and the 34,000 ticket holders began to arrive. Three barrier lines had been erected by police between the stands and the field, and 150 policemen were on hand to keep the fans from charging the stage.

An Atlanta company, Baker Audio, had been hired to supply the sound system for the concert. They brought all their available speakers, which they clustered on the field at first and third base.

John Lennon and George Harrison surveyed the venue from the third base dug-out, un-noticed by fans. They were joined by Neil Aspinall, who told them how to get to the stage for showtime, and where their car would be positioned at the end. Lennon and Harrison then returned backstage where The Beatles changed into matching white shirts and blue suits.

The concert's comperes were Tony Taylor and Paul Drew of WQXI AM. The first act was Brenda Holloway with the King Curtis band, followed by go-go dance troupe The Discotheque Dancers, Cannibal & The Headhunters, and Sounds Incorporated.

The Beatles took to the stage at 9.37pm, running from the dug out as the crowd erupted in screams. They played 12 songs: Twist And Shout, She's A Woman, I Feel Fine, Dizzy Miss Lizzy, Ticket To Ride, Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby, Can't Buy Me Love, Baby's In Black, I Wanna Be Your Man, A Hard Day's Night, Help! and I'm Down.

By 1965 The Beatles had become used to being unable to hear themselves play. FB 'Duke' Mewborn, the boss of Atlanta hi-fi store Baker Audio, decided to give the group something that had never been done before: monitor speakers on the stage, pointing towards the group, to allow them to hear their voices and instruments.

It wasn't just on stage that the sound was different. The state-of-the-art setup on the field included four Altec 1570 amplifiers, each giving 175 watts of sound, which in turn powered two stacks of Altec A7 speakers. Although unremarkable today, in 1965 it was an unheard of amount of power for a pop concert.

The difference was noted from the stage, with Paul McCartney exclaiming after She's A Woman: "It's loud, isn't it? Great!"

Being able to hear themselves enabled The Beatles to play tighter than usual, and they were delighted with the results. Afterwards Brian Epstein suggested that Mewborn deal with the sound for their other shows, but the offer was turned down.

After the concert ended The Beatles sprinted to their waiting limousine. Accompanied by a police escort, they were taken to the airport. The group's aeroplane took off just before midnight, bound for Houston.


Cosa Nostra 1972


Cosa Nostra est un film policier franco-italien de Terence Young sorti le 3 novembre 1972 aux États-Unis et le 7 décembre 1972 en FranceN 1. Il est également connu sous les titres The Valachi Papers, Joe Valachi - I segreti di Cosa Nostra, Le Dossier Valachi.


Le film débute au pénitencier fédéral d'Atlanta, où un prisonnier vieillissant du nom de Joseph Valachi (Charles Bronson) est emprisonné pour trafic d'héroïne. Son patron Don Vito Genovese, parrain de la famille du crime du même nom, est aussi emprisonné là-bas. Genovese est certain que Valachi est un informateur et lui donne le baiser de la mort.

Valachi tue par erreur un codétenu qu'il pense à tort être à la solde de Genovese. Averti de l'erreur par des agents fédéraux, Valachi devient un informateur, le premier dans l'histoire de la mafia. Il raconte l'histoire de sa vie.

Le film retrace la vie de Valachi. Celle d'un jeune voyou qui devient un gangster associé à des boss comme Salvatore Maranzano (Joseph Wiseman). Maranzano se fait assassiner. Valachi déclare en pleurant à son enterrement, "je ne peux pas ramener les morts. Je ne peux pas tuer les vivants." Valachi épouse la fille d'un patron joué par Jill Ireland, la femme de Bronson dans la vraie vie.

Valachi, dans la mafia, est gêné par ses mauvaises relations avec son capo, Tony Bender (Guido Léontium). Par la suite, son ami Gap est castré par un gangster pour avoir eu des relations avec la femme de Vito Genovese.

Le chaos continue avec d'autres assassinats. Valachi témoigne devant un comité sénatorial. Par la suite, bouleversé d'avoir témoigné, il commet une tentative de suicide. Mais à la fin (selon les informations apparaissant en surimpression sur l'écran), il survit à Genovese qui meurt en prison.


Fiche technique

 Titre : Cosa Nostra
 Réalisateur : Terence Young
 Scénario : Stephen Geller d'après le roman de Peter Maas
 Dialogues : Massimo De Rita, Arduino Maiuri
 Musique : Riz Ortolani, Armando Trovajoli
 Images : Aldo Tonti
 Montage : Johnny Dwyre, Monica Finzi
 Producteur : Dino De Laurentiis
 Décors : Boris Juraga, Ferdinando Ruffo
 Costumes : Giorgio Desideri, Ann Roth
 Maquillage : Giannetto De Rossi
 Coiffures : Mirella De Rossi
 Son : Franco Bassi, Roy Mangano
 Effets spéciaux : Eros Bacciucchi
 Durée : 125 minutes
 Genre : Film de gangsters
 Pays :  Italie;  France
 Langues : anglais, italien
 Dates de sortie  :  États-Unis : 3 novembre 1972
  France : 7 décembre 19721

Interdit aux moins de 12 ans lors de sa sortie en salles en France


 Charles Bronson (VF : Edmond Bernard) : Joe Valachi
 Lino Ventura (VF : Lui-même) : Vito Genovese
 Jill Ireland (VF : Béatrice Delfe) : Maria Reina Valachi
 Walter Chiari (VF : Jacques Richard) : Gap
 Joseph Wiseman : Salvatore Maranzano
 Gerald S. O'Loughlin (VF : Albert Augier) : Ryan
 Amedeo Nazzari : Gaetano Reina
 Fausto Tozzi (VF : Raymond Loyer) : Albert Anastasia
 Pupella Maggio (VF : Lita Recio) : Letizia Reina
 Angelo Infanti : Lucky Luciano
 Guido Leontini (VF : Jean Violette) : Tony Bender
 María Baxa : Donna
 Mario Pilar : Salierno
 Franco Borelli (VF : Bernard Tiphaine) : Buster
 Alessandro Sperli : Giuseppe "Joe the Boss" Masseria
 Natasha Chevelev : Jane
 Anthony Dawson : Federal Investigator
 Fred Valleca : Buck
 John Alarimo : Steven Ferrigno
 Steve Belloise : Winnie
 Giacomo De Michelis : Augie
 Arny Freeman (VF : Gérard Férat) : Warden
 Ron Gilbert : gardien de prison
 Frank Gio : Frank
 Syl Lamont : Commandant de Fort Monmouth
 Imelde Marani : Donna's lover
 Isabelle Marchall : Mary-Lou
 Jason McCallum : Donald, le fils de Valachi
 Franco Ressel
 Sabine Sun : Jane


  États-Unis : 17 106 087 $2
  France : 1 912 774 entrées3 dont 549 905 entrées à Paris3

Autour du film

 Le scénario du film est basé sur le livre The Valachi Papers de Peter Maas, qui est le récit autobiographique de Joe Valachi.
 Il y a au moins un anachronisme dans le film. Lors d'une poursuite d'autos qui a lieu à New York à la fin des années 1920, nous pouvons apercevoir le World Trade Center à l'arrière-plan.

Notes et références[modifier le code]


1.↑ Sur certains sites, notamment sur IMDb et Allociné, la date de sortie française est annoncé à tort comme le 6 janvier 1972. Or, sur certaines sources, il ne trouve aucune trace au box-office du film durant cette date. Sur le site CBO, il est montré que le film est resté huit semaines à l'affiche de décembre 1972 à janvier 1973 [1] [archive]

           Source Wikipédia

Cosa Nostra 1972

mardi 19 mai 2015

Paul Kossoff - Back Street Crawler (1973) - Full Album


Paul Kossoff - Back Street Crawler (1973) - Full Album

Kossoff's solo album

1. Tuesday Morning
2. I'm Ready (Jess Roden, Jean Roussel)
3. Time Away (Kossoff, John Martyn)
4. Molten Gold
5. Back Street Crawler (Don't Need You No More)

All songs by Paul Kossoff, except where noted.

Paul Kossoff -- lead guitar
Trevor Burton -- bass guitar ("Tuesday Morning")
Alan White -- drums ("Tuesday Morning", "I'm Ready")
John "Rabbit" Bundrick -- keyboards ("Tuesday Morning"); organ, chimes, piano ("Molten Gold")
Alan Spenner -- bass guitar ("I'm Ready")
Jean Roussel -- keyboards ("I'm Ready", "Back Street Crawler (Don't Need You No More)")
Jess Roden -- lead vocals ("I'm Ready"); harmony vocals ("Molten Gold")
Tetsu Yamauchi -- bass guitar ("Time Away")
Simon Kirke -- drums ("Time Away", "Molten Gold")
John Martyn -- guitar ("Time Away")
Paul Rodgers -- lead vocals ("Molten Gold")
Andy Fraser -- bass guitar ("Molten Gold")
Conrad Isidore -- drums ("Back Street Crawler (Don't Need You No More)")
Clive Chaman -- bass guitar ("Back Street Crawler (Don't Need You No More)")

David Gilmour - High Hopes - Live at Robert Wyatt's Meltdown

David Gilmour - High Hopes - Live at Robert Wyatt's Meltdown

Live at Robert Wyatt's Meltdown 2001

"High Hopes" is the eleventh and final track from the 1994 Pink Floyd album, The Division Bell, composed by David Gilmour with lyrics by Gilmour and Polly Samson.

Its lyrics speak of the things one may have gained and lost in life, written from Gilmour's autobiographic perspective.

Gilmour has said that the song is more about his early days, and leaving his hometown behind, than about the seeds of division supposedly planted in Pink Floyd's early days.


lundi 18 mai 2015

Connect.Ohm - 9980 [Full Album]

Connect.Ohm - 9980 [Full Album]

1. Evolution 1:1
2. Snow Park 8:33
3. 9980 17:35
4. Mol 25:45
5. Fossil 34:54
6. Take Off (album edit) 46:01
7. Gentle Perception 52:54
8. Time to Time by Time 58:08
9. Winter Sorrows 1:06:03

dimanche 17 mai 2015

Derièrre la façade - Michel Simon

Derrière la façade est un film français de Georges Lacombe et Yves Mirande sorti en 1939.


Mme Mathieu, propriétaire d'un vaste immeuble parisien, est assassinée. Le commissaire du quartier et un enquêteur de la Sûreté sont dépêchés sur place. Ils parcourent escaliers et couloirs pour résoudre l'énigme. Leur rivalité bourrue leur permet de se compléter pour découvrir le coupable parmi une galerie de personnages, humbles ou riches, du meilleur pittoresque.

Fiche technique

 Réalisateurs : Georges Lacombe, Yves Mirande
 Scénaristes : Yves Mirande, Georges Lacombe
 Musique : André Gaillard. Chanson de Jean Wiener
 Photographie : Robert Juillard, Victor Arménise
 Chef décorateur : Lucien Aguettand
 Genre : Drame
 Date de sortie : 29 mars 1939
 Durée : 85 minutes


 Lucien Baroux : le commissaire Boucheron, qui enquête sur le meurtre de la propriétaire d'un immeuble
 Jacques Baumer : l'inspecteur Lambert, de la Sûreté
 Jules Berry : Alfrédo d'Aville, un gigolo voleur de bijoux
 Aimé Clariond : Bernier, le Président de la Cour d'Appel
 André Lefaur : Corbeau, un kleptomane
 Gabrielle Dorziat : Mme Bernier, la femme trompée du Président
 Marguerite Moreno : Mme Mathieu, la tenancière de la maison close
 Gaby Morlay : Gaby Valrose, une femme légère
 Elvire Popesco : Mme Rameau, la femme infidèle d'un gros industriel
 Marcel Simon : Jules, un homme politique, l'amant sérieux de Gaby
 Michel Simon : Picking, un lanceur de couteaux
 Betty Stockfeld : l'Anglaise, la compagne de Durand et maîtresse d'Eric
 Erich von Stroheim : Éric, un homme d'affaires allemand qui vient d'être naturalisé
 Gaby Sylvia : Madeleine Martin, la fille d'un infirme qu'aime Laurent
 Simone Berriau : Lydia, une chanteuse de cabaret, la maîtresse de Bernier
 Jean Joffre : M. Martin, le père infirme et aveugle de Madeleine
 Jacques Dumesnil : Albert Durand, un courtier en bourse
 Andrex : André Laurent, un employé de banque qui a puisé dans la banque
 Jean Daurand : le télégraphiste
 Elmire Vautier : Marie, l'habilleuse de Lydia
 Julien Carette : Julien, un soldat
 Claude Sainval : le gigolo de Gaby
 Paul Faivre : le concierge de l'immeuble
 Robert Ozanne : le brigadier de gendarmerie
 Raymone : la bonne de la propriétaire assassinée
 Yves Mirande : le clochard sur le banc
 Missia : Joséphine Picking, la femme du lanceur de couteaux
 Raymond Segard : Robert Bernier, un fils du Président
 Marcel Orluc : Gérard Bernier
 Lina Darwils : une locataire
 Louise Courbet : Paulette

Sources Wikipédia

Derièrre la façade - Michel Simon