Golgotha Old Seeds Bootleg (1969) [flac]

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Name:Golgotha Old Seeds Bootleg (1969) [flac]

Total Size: 256.55 MB

Magnet: Magnet Link

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Last Updated: 2015-11-25 12:50:58 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-30 01:33:47

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Torrent Files List

01 - Somethings Moving.flac (Size: 256.55 MB) (Files: 21)

 01 - Somethings Moving.flac

30.09 MB

 02 - Sunday Morning.flac

15.51 MB

 03 - Sooner Or Later.flac

22.72 MB

 04 - Seeing You.flac

34.93 MB

 05 - Tuesday Afternoon.flac

15.96 MB

 06 - Slopes Of Illusion.flac

12.89 MB

 07 - Look Out For Me Woman.flac

15.24 MB

 08 - Startin' New Daze.flac

27.73 MB

 09 - Found What.flac

15.37 MB

 10 - Long Ties Cut Loose.flac

14.88 MB

 11 - She Is Coming.flac

18.95 MB

 12 - News Tomorrow.flac

21.17 MB



2.29 MB


1.48 MB


2.39 MB

  Inlay 1.JPG

1.77 MB

  Inlay 2.JPG

3.19 MB

 Golgotha - Old Seeds Bootleg.m3u

0.80 KB

 Old Seeds Bootleg.cue

1.96 KB

 Old Seeds Bootleg.log

3.35 KB

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[size=4] Golgotha - Old Seeds Bootleg (1969) [flac] [/size]

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1. Something\'s Moving -
2. Sunday Morning -
3. Sooner Or Later -
4. Seeing You -
5. Tuesday Afternoon -
6. Slopes Of Illusion -
7. Look Out For Me Woman -
8. Startin\' New Daze -
9. Found What -
10. Long Ties Cut Loose -
11. She Is Coming -
12. News Tomorrow -


[quote]An album that\'s just about as home-made a you can get. The original LP, although recorded for the Jubilee label, never saw the light of day and when the album did finally appear, it was as a private pressing limited to a paltry 100 copies with no record labels and a paste-on cover! The band, which was formed by guitarist Bruce Scofield in 1969, gigged around the New York and New Jersey areas off and on for a couple of years. Their almost transcendental approach to music won them many (mostly male!) devotees, and their bizarre stage show (typically,involving vocalist Ray Bartkowech littering the stage with mandolins, percussion instruments, teddy bears and Raggedy Ann dolls!) became somewhat of a novelty. When Jubilee finally got them into the studio, the band laid down a more conventional and more accessible album reminiscent of the sound of Little Feat and early \'70s Grateful Dead and the twelve self-penned guitar-led tracks, all of which are brilliantly played, tend to get pretty heavy at times.[/quote]

From the guy who wrote and recorded the album:

[quote]Since I\'m the guy who wrote and recorded this album, I speak with authority. First of all, no one except me from the band Golgotha plays on this album. The original Golgotha consisted of myself, Denny Kronemeyer (recently deceased), Ray Bartkowech and Greg Polgar. Second, I did not authorize this digitization of the record album and am completely surprised by it. I own the copyrights to the songs, so I suppose I have some legal ground to stand on. Radioactive Records never contacted me nor did anyone else. The record was distributed widely over the years so who knows what happened. We shall see. That being said, nearly all the original music is played by myself on guitar and bass, along with Richard X. Heyman on drums. Check out his website. Also on two tracks is Mike Jannone, a wild guy from Bound Brook who I think is no longer with us. My sister Betsy, of the Boston band \"Intrigue,\" sings some harmony. Some of the tunes were performed by Golgotha, but others weren\'t and appear only on this album. At the time I was listening to Miles Davis, the Grateful Dead and the Kinks. The vocals are weak except for News Tomorrow when finally I got a compressor on my voice. The recording engineer was Billy Shaw who now runs a studio in Vermont and has recorded many artists and also voice-overs for Ken Burns documentaries. I think the tunes hold up fairly well, though I wish I could do the vocals over.[/quote]

[size=1]Audio was extracted/ripped using EAC V0.95 beta 4. Correct read offset correction was used, secure with no C2, accurate stream and cache disabled. Test & Copy mode was used, with matching CRC’s all the way. Files were checked for errors using FLAC Frontend 1.7.1.

Includes .m3u playlist, noncompliant .cue sheet, .log file and artwork scanned at 300dpi. [/size]

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