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Name:Kaleidoscope (US) Discography (1967 1991) [email protected] 320

Total Size: 382.38 MB

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Last Updated: 2016-01-30 00:52:16 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-19 00:00:00




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1967 - Side Trips (Size: 378.80 MB) (Files: 70)

 1967 - Side Trips

  Kaleidoscope, The - Side Trips - 01 - Egyptian Gardens.mp3

4.27 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Side Trips - 02 - If The Night.mp3

2.47 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Side Trips - 03 - Hesitiation Blues.mp3

3.41 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Side Trips - 04 - Please.mp3

4.57 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Side Trips - 05 - Keep Your Mind Open.mp3

3.18 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Side Trips - 06 - Pulsating Dream.mp3

2.69 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Side Trips - 07 - Oh Death.mp3

4.76 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Side Trips - 08 - Come On In.mp3

2.94 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Side Trips - 09 - Why Try.mp3

5.05 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Side Trips - 10 - Minnie The Moocher.mp3

3.12 MB

 1968 - A Beacon From Mars

  Kaleidoscope, The - A Beacon From Mars - 01 - I Found Out.mp3

3.00 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - A Beacon From Mars - 02 - Greenwood Sidee.mp3

5.88 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - A Beacon From Mars - 03 - Life Will Pass You By.mp3

4.72 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - A Beacon From Mars - 04 - Taxim.mp3

26.06 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - A Beacon From Mars - 05 - Baldheaded End Of A Broom.mp3

4.46 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - A Beacon From Mars - 06 - Louisiana Man.mp3

3.81 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - A Beacon From Mars - 07 - You Don't Love Me.mp3

5.49 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - A Beacon From Mars - 08 - Beacon From Mars.mp3

17.22 MB

 1969 - Incredible!

  Kaleidoscope, The - Incredible - 01 - Lie To Me.mp3

3.83 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Incredible - 02 - Let The Good Love Flow.mp3

3.02 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Incredible - 03 - Killing Floor (aka Tampe Arizona).mp3

3.77 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Incredible - 04 - Petite Fleur.mp3

4.84 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Incredible - 05 - Banjo.mp3

4.95 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Incredible - 06 - Cuckoo.mp3

5.88 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Incredible - 07 - Seven Ate Sweet.mp3

15.83 MB

 1970 - Bernice

  Kaleidoscope, The - Bernice - 01 - Chocolate Whale.mp3

3.39 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Bernice - 02 - Another Lover.mp3

3.84 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Bernice - 03 - Sneakin' Thru The Ghetto.mp3

4.56 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Bernice - 04 - To Know Is Not To Be.mp3

3.12 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Bernice - 05 - Lulu Arfin Nanny.mp3

4.44 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Bernice - 06 - Lie And Hide.mp3

3.97 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Bernice - 07 - The Ballad Of Tommy Udo.mp3

3.89 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Bernice - 08 - Bernice.mp3

3.75 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Bernice - 09 - Soft And Easy.mp3

4.06 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Bernice - 10 - New Blue Ooze.mp3

13.31 MB

 1976 - When Scopes Collide

  Kaleidoscope, The - When Scopes Collide - 01 - Ghost Riders In The Sky.mp3

12.49 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - When Scopes Collide - 02 - Canun Tune.mp3

1.74 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - When Scopes Collide - 03 - You Never Can Tell.mp3

5.11 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - When Scopes Collide - 04 - Little Egypt.mp3

7.83 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - When Scopes Collide - 05 - My Love Comes Softly.mp3

5.26 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - When Scopes Collide - 06 - Your Love.mp3

6.57 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - When Scopes Collide - 07 - Black And Tan Fantasy.mp3

4.84 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - When Scopes Collide - 08 - Hard On The Trail.mp3

6.08 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - When Scopes Collide - 09 - Stu's Balkan Blues.mp3

1.67 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - When Scopes Collide - 10 - Man Of Constant Sorrow.mp3

6.94 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - When Scopes Collide - 11 - It's Love You're After.mp3

19.92 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - When Scopes Collide - 12 - So Long.mp3

5.95 MB

 1991 - Greetings From Kartoonistan... We Ain't Dead Yet!

  Kaleidoscope, The - Greetings from Kartoonistan - 01 - Jungle Hop.mp3

2.28 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Greetings from Kartoonistan - 02 - Layla,Layla.mp3

4.75 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Greetings from Kartoonistan - 03 - Martians at the Window.mp3

4.73 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Greetings from Kartoonistan - 04 - Gitano Fino.mp3

5.31 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Greetings from Kartoonistan - 05 - African Market Place.mp3

6.11 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Greetings from Kartoonistan - 06 - Talk talk.mp3

4.85 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Greetings from Kartoonistan - 07 - Wild Man.mp3

3.68 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Greetings from Kartoonistan - 08 - Down in Mexico.mp3

4.20 MB

  Kaleidoscope, The - Greetings from Kartoonistan - 09 - Klezmer Suite.mp3

9.84 MB

 Bonus Material!

  02 - Elevator Man (non-album single).mp3

4.05 MB

  03 - Little Orphan Nannie (non-album single).mp3

2.69 MB

  04 - Why Try (single version).mp3

3.82 MB

  05 - Rampe Rampe (non-album single).mp3

4.92 MB

  07 - Love Games (unissued 1968, possibly Solomon Feldthouse solo project).mp3

3.44 MB

  08 - Egyptian Candy (unissued 1968 recording).mp3

4.15 MB

  09 - Hello, Trouble (non-album single).mp3

2.89 MB

  10 - Just A Taste (unissued alternate mix of non-album single).mp3

3.09 MB

  11 - Sefan (outtake from 'Incredible' sessions).mp3

6.16 MB

  01 - Midnight in Moscow (outtake from 'Side Trips' sessions).mp3

3.74 MB

  12 - Brother Mary (from 'Zabriskie Point' soundtrack).mp3

3.71 MB

  13 - Mickey's Tune (from 'Zabriskie Point' soundtrack).mp3

2.34 MB

  14 - Just A Taste (non-album single).mp3

2.98 MB

  15 - Just A Taste (stereo sync-up from the two mono mixes).mp3

3.08 MB
 

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Side Trips (1967) - [email protected]
A Beacon From Mars (1968) - [email protected]
Incredible! Kaleidoscope (1969) - [email protected]
Bernice (1970) - [email protected]
When Scopes Collide (1976) - [email protected]
Greetings From Kartoonistan... We Ain't Dead Yet! (1991) - [email protected]
Bonus Material - [email protected]

Kaleidoscope was an american psychedelic band which covered a range of influences from country to folk to blues to jazz to acid rock to eastern ragas and points in between. They released four albums and then members ended up in other bands and session work, most notably David Lindley and Chris Darrow. Jimmy Page often called Kaleidoscope his favorite band of all time.

Kaleidoscope's music was so wide-ranging that it is difficult to categorise. Not surprisingly therefore, all of their albums have become obscure collectors items. However, compilations of material from their first three albums are now available, and all the original albums have been reissued on CD.

An explanation for the range of this group's music can be found in the backgrounds of its personnel. Lindley, born in L.A., had previously played with a number of bands, including The New Christy Minstrels and The Greenwood Singers and had also played banjo for several labels. He formed the group in September 1966. They initially called themselves The Baghdad Blues Band. Feldthouse originated from Ismit in Turkey and played a wide range of exotic instruments which included the saz, bouzouki, dobro, vina, doumbeg and dulcimer as well as the more mundane 12 string guitar and fiddle. He was responsible for the Eastern influence on tracks like Egyptian Gardens, Why Try and Keep Your Mind Open on their first album. Darrow was born in South Dakota, but raised in Claremont, California. His musical taste encompassed bluegrass, country, blues, jug band, R&B and old time jazz. Percussionist Vidican grew up in Hollywood, and Epp was from Oklahoma City. Apart from the Eastern-influenced songs, other tracks on their first album included the traditional Come On In, Oh Death and the offbeat Minnie The Moocher. Another cut Please was chosen as the 'A' side for their first single with a non-LP track, Elevator Man, a more straight ahead rock track with some superb guitar playing from Lindley, on the flip. The single went nowhere. Next off they tried a remixed version of Why Try and a version of Little Orphan Annie, written by Darrow and Epp, which later turned up on the Bernice album in a very different form. However, this 45 made no commercial impression either.

A Beacon From Mars contained an incredible 12-minute 'live' version of the psychedelic title track and an 11 minute 'live' version of their Eastern-jam Taxim. Indeed, their 'live' performances were quite a show with a belly dancer performing to the latter track and flamenco dancers accompanying their Spanish guitar work. The remainder of the album comprised more traditional country-influenced songs like Greenwood Sidee, Life Will Pass You By, Louisiana Man and the goodtime rag Baldheaded End Of A Broom.

By the time of Incredible Kaleidoscope, Darrow and Vidican had left. Side One of Incredible... opens with the Eastern-influenced Lie To Me and the goodtime rag Let The Good Times Flow. The bluesy Tempe Arizona is followed by the country-influenced Petite Fleur and Banjo. Side Two contained the group's arrangement of the traditional ballad Cuckoo and the 11.30 minute Seven-Ate Sweet.

However, Bernice was comparatively weak and the group disbanded in 1970. The album was to have included many tracks which were censored by Epic, including three that were removed for taking stands on major political issues of the day, including the Chicago riots.



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