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Name:The Blues Magoos Kaleidescopic Compendium; The Best Of The Blues Magoo (1992) [Lossless FLAC]

Total Size: 423.78 MB

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01 - So I'm Wrong And You Are Right.flac (Size: 405.15 MB) (Files: 37)

 01 - So I'm Wrong And You Are Right.flac

15.23 MB

 02 - Tobacco Road.flac

31.84 MB

 03 - Sometimes I Think About.flac

27.57 MB

 04 - (We Ain't Got) Nothing Yet.flac

14.14 MB

 05 - Love Seems Doomed.flac

18.90 MB

 06 - Gotta Get Away.flac

18.14 MB

 08 - She's Coming Home.flac

17.87 MB

 09 - Pipe Dream.flac

15.80 MB

 10 - There's A Chance We Can Make It.flac

14.87 MB

 11 - Life Is Just Cher O' Bowlies.flac

16.73 MB

 12 - Albert Common Is Dead.flac

12.04 MB

 13 - Summer Is The Man.flac

17.47 MB

 14 - Baby, I Want You.flac

16.18 MB

 15 - Rush Hour.flac

16.57 MB

 16 - One By One.flac

12.95 MB

 17 - I Wanna Be There.flac

18.47 MB

 18 - There She Goes.flac

18.03 MB

 19 - Sybil Green (Of The In Between).flac

17.76 MB

 20 - I Can Hear The Grass Grow.flac

14.28 MB

 21 - Yellow Rose.flac

13.78 MB

 22 - I Can Move A Mountain.flac

23.20 MB

 23 - Chicken Wire Lady.flac

26.72 MB

 AMG Bio.txt

1.59 KB

 AMG Review.txt

0.62 KB

 Artwork

  Back.jpg

1.45 MB

  Booklet-1 [Front].jpg

735.92 KB

  Booklet-2.jpg

576.38 KB

  Booklet-3.jpg

634.28 KB

  Booklet-4.jpg

332.50 KB

  Booklet-5.jpg

497.45 KB

  Booklet-6.jpg

570.99 KB

  Booklet-7.jpg

714.03 KB

  Booklet-8.jpg

973.40 KB

  CD.jpg

236.87 KB

 Notes.txt

3.47 KB

 thumb.jpg

33.77 KB

 Torrent downloaded from Demonoid.com.txt

0.05 KB
 

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The Blues Magoos - Kaleidescopic Compendium: The Best Of The Blues Magoo (1992)

Includes:
Files by track, ripped at FLAC 8 using Easy CD-DA Extractor ([url]www.poikosoft.com[/url])
Tracks have full tags (including embedded thumbnail).
All artwork in jpgs at 300 d.p.i. Rotated and cropped losslessly using jpegcrop. (Includes 8 page booklet.)
AMG Bio.txt
AMG Review.txt
Notes.txt (which is simply these notes included in the torrent)

Bio from All Music:

A Bronx-based quintet, denizens of the Greenwich Village club scene, and originally known by the tres psychedelic moniker the Bloos Magoos, the Blues Magoos made their mark in 1967 with a rousing, full-throttle, sub-literate, psychedelic garage rock single, \"(We Ain\'t Got) Nothin\' Yet.\" It wasn\'t a spacy, pretentious song, nor did it contain vague attempts at hippie-era mysticism, but was rather the kind of simple, direct, infectious rock & roll you could imagine five guys from the Bronx making. With a snotty lead vocal from keyboardist Ralph Scala and some wild-eyed guitar playing courtesy of then-16-year-old Emil \"Peppy\" Thielheim, America made the Magoos\' debut single a Top Ten hit, sending it to number five in January 1967. With this impetus, the band used all the trappings of marketable psychedelia to promote their second album, Psychedelic Lollipop, which, despite the title\'s obvious pandering, was a fairly cool chunk of psych-garage rock. The album featured trebly, crappy-sounding guitars, a whiny Farfisa organ, yelled vocals, and a rhythm section that shelved nuance for thudding simplicity. But as the psychedelic era gave way to the hippie era\'s extended raga-rock proclivities, by 1969, the Magoos seemed anachronistic. Amazingly, they released a third album, with an equally absurd title, Electric Comic Book, that wasn\'t nearly as bad as it sounds. The original Magoos split up in 1969, but Thielheim couldn\'t resist beating a dead horse and led a mediocre blues-rock version of the band into 1972.

Taken from: [url]http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=11:d9ftxqr5ldte~T1[/url]

All Music Album Review:

The Blues Magoos were one of the most underrated U.S. bands of the late \'60s, known almost exclusively for their one irresistible hit \"(We Ain\'t Got) Nothing Yet,\" which charted at number five in July 1967. Kaleidescopic Compendium: The Best of the Blues Magoos confirms the group\'s depth. The disc compiles a generous 23 tracks from their first three albums and a brace of single sides. The group\'s psychedelia holds up better than most from the period. Andy Sandoval\'s four-page history of the group is concise, complete, and entertaining.

Track List:

01. So I\'m Wrong And You Are Right
02. Tobacco Road
03. Sometimes I Think About
04. (We Ain\'t Got) Nothing Yet
05. Love Seems Doomed
06. Gotta Get Away
07. Queen Of My Night
08. She\'s Coming Home
09. Pipe Dream
10. There\'s A Chance We Can Make It
11. Life IS Just Cher O\' Bowlies
12. Albert Common Is Dead
13. Summer Is The Man
14. Baby, I Want You
15. Rush Hour
16. One By One
17. I Wanna Be There
18. There She Goes
19. Sybil Green (Of The In Between)
20. I Can Hear The Grass Grow
21. Yellow Rose
22. I Can Move A Mountain
23. Chicken Wire Lady

More album detail at: [url]http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:gbfexql5ldje[/url]

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