Sunday, January 14, 2007

Happy birthday to me...........................

Well as the old clock hits midnight I turn the dreaded (for me) age of 40. And I also start a new job tomorrow. It's gonna be a real interesting day. I have to train for three days and I've got the rest of the week off to forget all I learn, so I will probably have time to do a little better post later this week. But on the upside I sit here doing what I like to do, working on my blog. That makes me happy. So away we go..........


First one for today was a problem. I got it from a guy I trade with and it was listed as the self titled LP by a band called Outside Looking In. I couldn't place it, but I couldn't find any info on a band called "Outside Looking In". I found a few close matches, but nothing. And with the help of some of the fine folks that come here I found out it was actually this one. What's really embarassing is I've had the damn album for years. See why I don't wanna be 40, if my memory is this bad now, what the hell is gonna happen in ten years? Twenty? Ahhhhhhhhhh!!! I don't even wanna think about it. But anyways here is the Tangerine Zoo's 1968 LP Outside Looking In. God help me!


http://depositfiles.com/files/527751




Here's the fairly obscure LP by White Witch's frontman, Ron Goedert called Breaking All the Rules. Pretty good stuff but a bit different that the stuff he did with the Witch. Of course the times had changed from the early 70's, production values had improved drastically so quite possibly this could be what an updated version of WW would sound like, who knows. But by all means if you liked the White Witch stuff this a least deserves a listen .






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And from the request line from a while back here's Q65's great psych LP from 1968 entitled Afghanistan. This is the reissue with bonus tracks. They call this Nederbeat I hear. In any case, good Dutch psych.








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And finally for tonight, Terry Reid's 1973 LP River. David Lindley (Kaliedoscope US, Jackson Browne & solo) adds some great instrumentation to this album on 5 of the 7 tracks, but my favorites on this one are the two more introspective cuts with Reid and his guitar that close the album.






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44 comments:

sub_commandante_marcos said...

Hey thanks! The Q65 album is pretty good - a while ago there was a singles comp on CGR by this band that had more of their earlier freakbeat/mod style sounds. Do you have an album called 'Revival' by them? or anything by Group 1850, another nederbeat band?
Cheers!! - SCM

Time Traveller said...

I'm sure I do have some of Group 1850's stuff. I may have Q's Revival too, but off the top of my head I can't remember. I'll check,

Anonymous said...

Yeah...
Happy birthday to you!
When you're 40, you're not an old guy! Is it the music that keeps us young?
Thanks for the blog too.

Sergey said...

Hi TT! Happy birthday to you! I wish you every success, good health and good luck. May all your dreams come true!
Sergey from Russia.

Anonymous said...

Your unknown album is "Tangerine Zoo" Outside looking in.
Keep on. You're doing a great job...
Mike

Anonymous said...

Happy Birthday for you

Anonymous said...

First Happy Birthday The Big 40 !!

I hope this helps

I found a picture of a lp by a group called The Inside Out . The Lp is called Bringin' It All Back.
Fredio 6834 is label and number.

If this is it here's the url of the picture

http://rapidshare.com/files/11825988/Inside_Out_Bringin_it_all_back.jpg

Anonymous said...

Soory if url didn't show up here it is again

http://rapidshare.com/files/11825988
/Inside_Out_Bringin_it_all_back.jpg

ogmonster said...

\m/ Happy Birthday \m/

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I've found on Acid Archivies some news about the Inside Out, here's the link:
http://members.tripod.com/lysergia_2/AcidArchives/lamaArchiveI.htm

Thanks a lot for this album.

Time Traveller said...

Damn, I thought I had heard this thing before. My friend I trade with gave me this listed as Inside Looking Out and said it was the name of the band. Thanks for all your help, I actually had this posted before I think. I knew it sounded familiar, but with all the new music I've been turned onto in the past year or so, I couldn't place it.

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I've a request to do:

REBS - 1968 A.D. BREAKTHROUGH

(FREDLO 1968)

I'm in search of this rare album from many times but i didn't find it.
Have you this?
Thanks a lot

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the Terry Reid. You have a great blog. I think you'll find that 40 ain't so bad. I'm almost 41 & things are pretty good so far...

Heavy Rock said...

Happy Birthday, Bryon! Enjoy your birthday. I'm still in haze with Stonehouse Creek. Do you have Group 1850 - Live On Tour?

Time Traveller said...

I'm checking to see what I can come up with for Group 1850, but that doesn't sound familiar. But you never know.

And thanks to the well-wishers on my birthday. I'm actually having a pretty good start!


TT-

bulut said...

happy birthday

bigfoot kit said...

Bryon, you never said it was your birthday man!
Hope it was a great one.
Sergey, check over at the Live & Otherwise blog later, One Rage (UK) album coming up!
:)

Anonymous said...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY & THANKS 4 SHARING ALL THE GREAT TUNES

Rainbow Demon said...

Happy Birthday... and thanks for
The Illusion "If It's So" The previous LP to that one is killer also, if you can find it...

Peace and many more B'days Bro
=RD=

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P.S. Good blog!

Time Traveller said...

I was thinking about deleting that comment lsiting all the car insurance. Maybe some folks need it. :-)


TT--


P.S.>>>I will see if I can dig up some more Illusion in the near future.

Anonymous said...

i had an excellent greatest hits by Q65 back in the 70's, there stuff pops up from time to time ,it may have been hanzun who posted them last.
great to see river here too.

tucker said...

Happy Birthday, TT, and thanks for
all the great shares! You're still
young at 40 - it's when you hit 50 that you really start to notice the changes (so, you've got another good 10 years left, bucko - after that, though, all bets are off!).

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sergey said...

Breaking All the Rules - year of release? Thanks.

Time Traveller said...

1980 is the year of release of the Goedert LP according to allmusic.com, but I could have sworn it was a year or so earlier. But allmusic has had errors before so....lets just say '79 or '80.

freyli said...

Happy Birthday bryon!! I know I´m a bit late but I´ve not visited you blog for a while (been very busy...).
Don´t worry ´bout passing the 40s border now - I´ve had this experience 2 years ago and I can tell you: nothing really changes. The only thing is that you will blame all your small deficiancies to your age now ,and you will feel good with that... :-)))

I wish you good health and a lot of energy to go on with the things you do (especially your incredible blog work).

WagnerHard said...

Happy birthday Bryon!!!
Welcome to the 40... it's the beginning.
Thanks for your blogg.
Long live to you and Rock'n Roll too.

Anonymous said...

Happy birthday !!!
Thank you for Illusion and Terry Reid albums.
By the way is there any chance for LP Steve Miller - Rock Love ( never realesed on CD).
Thank You.

Art Rock said...

Happy birthday! I'll be hitting 50 later this year, so don't think 40 is old.... Have a good one, and good luck with your blog.

Anonymous said...

Happy b-day.
----------------------
HUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

re: the Ron Goedert/WW vocalist rip

3 words - TURNTABLE GROUND WIRE

Thanks for posting, whomever sent this one, but you've GOT to ground that turntable in future.

The S/N is awful and the hummm is enuff to scrape the hair off your housecat.

Time Traveller said...

Wasn't my rip and I didn't really notice it. Must be these 40 year old ears!!! And too many metal concerts in the 80's.


TT-

Time Traveller said...

And I'm checking on that Rock Love album. Seems like I had that at one time.



Hi Freyli--long time no see. Glad to hear from ya!!

bobby brady said...

Hey Happy Birthday man. Thanks for the 'Stretch' album. I had one song before, but was glad to finally hear the whole thing. Anyway, really cool blog, thanks for your efforts.

agneta nilson said...

bon anniversaire !!!

Time Traveller said...

Sorry its taking so long to get an update together, will be back tomorrow.

Mike said...

That Tangerine Zoo is interesting-- maybe not the greatest psych but great to hear new stuff regardless. Thanks as always.

sub_commandante_marcos said...

Hi, that Q65 album Revival was posted a few days ago on PepSonic, a good 256k rip w/artwork.
SCM

Michael R said...

Happy birthday! I'm 43 now & it's the best time, really! I enjoy it & wish same to you, 'old man' (not in literal sense)!

Wonderful blog is yours! I have to say though: Goedert's album turned much more interesting than anyone could expect! But... TERRIBLE hum, and Side 2 are so low you almost can't hear music behind the hum...
Isn't the LP available now?

Listen, I'll try to find it on eBay, transfer it & post the link here! I'll really try to do that!

All the best wishes from Moscow, Russia!

michael r in addition said...

...And million, zillion thanx for Terry Reid!! Don't you have his first album, by chance? (Called if I... if I... Bang Bang You're Terry Reid - if I..!)

W/love from Russia

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