Graeme Edge

The Graeme Edge Band - Paradise Ballroom (1977) [Reissue 2009]

The Graeme Edge Band - Paradise Ballroom (1977) [Reissue 2009]
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 259 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 104 MB | Covers - 67 MB
Genre: Progressive/Art Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Esoteric Recordings (ECLEC 2143), Remastered

Founder member and drummer of The Moody Blues, Graeme Edge recorded his second classic album in 1976 whilst the Moody Blues were on a sabbatical. Teaming up with Adrian and Paul Gurvitz, Edge followed on from his debut solo album Kick Off Your Muddy Boots (also released by Esoteric Recordings this month) with another fine effort, leading some to cite his two solo albums as the finest solo album by any Moody Blues member of the 1970's.
The Graeme Edge Band - Kick Off Your Muddy Boots (1975) [Reissue 2009]

The Graeme Edge Band - Kick Off Your Muddy Boots (1975) [Reissue 2009]
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 269 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 98 MB | Covers - 65 MB
Genre: Progressive/Art Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Esoteric Recordings (ECLEC 2142), Remastered

Founder member and drummer of The Moody Blues, Graeme Edge recorded this classic album in 1975 whilst the Moody Blues were on a sabbatical. Teaming up with Adrian and Paul Gurvitz as the core of his band, Kick Off Your Muddy Boots was a fine effort (cited by some as the finest solo album by any Moody Blues member of the 1970's) and featured a guest appearance by ginger baker on the song Gew Janna Woman. Unavailable on CD for many years, this Esoteric Recordings release has been re-mastered from the original master tapes and includes the non-album track We Like To Do It (issued as a single in 1975) as a bonus track.
The Graeme Edge Band - 2 albums ( Kick Off Your Muddy Boots -1975 / Paradise Ballroom -1977 )

The Graeme Edge Band - Kick Off Your Muddy Boots (1975) / Paradise Ballroom (1977)
FLAC + MP3 | 41:32 min + 37:59 min | 258 Mb + 235 Mb | 73 Mb + 69 Mb | Covers | RAR 3%
Genre: Hard Rock

Graeme Edge was the drummer in The Moody Blues. Surprisingly (as he wasn't in the same vein as the Gurvitz brothers), they teamed to develop a couple of superb albums…
The Moody Blues - 3 Studio Albums (1968-1971) [MFSL, 1993-1995] (Repost)

The Moody Blues - 3 Studio Albums (1968-1971) [MFSL, 1993-1995]
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 662 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 280 MB | Covers - 147 MB
Genre: Progressive/Psychedelic Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab

In Search of The Lost Chord (1968). "In Search of the Lost Chord" is the album on which the Moody Blues discovered drugs and mysticism as a basis for songwriting and came up with a compelling psychedelic creation, filled with songs about Timothy Leary and the astral plane and other psychedelic-era concerns. They dumped the orchestra this time out in favor of Mike Pinder's Mellotron, which was a more than adequate substitute, and the rest of the band joined in with flutes, sitar, tablas, and cellos, the playing of which was mostly learned on the spot. The whole album was one big experiment to see how far the group could go with any instruments they could find, thus making this album a rather close cousin to the Beatles' records of the same era…

The Moody Blues - A Question Of Balance (1970)  Music

Posted by uff at March 6, 2016
The Moody Blues - A Question Of Balance (1970)

The Moody Blues - A Question Of Balance (1970)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Treshold 983 770-6, SACD Red Book layer | rem: 2006 | 495Mb

Question of Balance, the Moody Blues first real attempt at a harder rock sound, still has some psychedelic elements, but they're achieved with an overall leaner studio sound. The group was trying to take stock of itself at this time, and came up with some surprisingly strong, lean numbers (Michael Pinder's Mellotron is surprisingly restrained until the final number, "The Balance"), which also embraced politics for the first time (Question seemed to display the dislocation that a lot of younger listeners were feeling during Vietnam).
Graeme Allwright ‎– Graeme Allwright (1966) Mercury ‎/ 64509 105 - FR Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Graeme Allwright ‎– Graeme Allwright (Featuring "Joue, Joue, Joue")
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz
Label: Mercury ‎/ 64509 105 | Release: 1966 | Genre: Country-Folk

I start to review the Graeme Allwright discography. For me has been a pleasant surprise to discover thanks to the generosity of polux, who has sent me the most relevant LPs of his discography.
The Moody Blues - Collection of the Remasters (7x SACD, 1967-1972) [PS3 ISO + FLAC] Combined RE-UP

The Moody Blues - Collection of the Remasters (7x SACD, 1967-1972)
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 & 5.1 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 235:23 mins | Scans included | ~20 GB
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/88,2 kHz | 2.0 Stereo only | 319:30 minutes | Scans included | ~ 7,5 GB
Graeme Allwright ‎– Chante Ses Plus Grands Succès De 1966 A 1975 (1977) Philips / 9101 111 - Gatefold LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Graeme Allwright ‎– Chante Ses Plus Grands Succès De 1966 A 1975
Vinyl | LOG | CUE | FLAC | Tags | Full LP Cover (1:1)
24bit/96kHz: 893mb – 16bit/44kHz: 258mb
Genre: Country-Folk | Label: Philips / 9101 111 | Release: 1977

If you like Leonard Cohen, Graeme Allwright have to like it. In fact, Graeme Allwright devotes a full LP playing Cohen (personally, I think are great interpretations of Cohen, just listen "L'Etranger".)
The Moody Blues - Long Distance Voyager (1981) {MFSL UDCD 700} New Rip

The Moody Blues - Long Distance Voyager
XLD Cue + Log | Full HQ CD Artwork
Progressive Rock | FLAC + CUE + Log | 1981 | FSc + WU + FF | RAR 5% Recovery | 329 MB
Mobile Fidelity Ultradisc II Gold CD | MFSL UDCD 700 (1997)

is one of those Moody Blues albums that gets fans rather polarized. Those who like the heavily symphonic sound of their earlier releases are disappointed by the synthesizer laden character of this 1981 release, suspicious that the band had sold out to gain more popularity. Apparently, it worked, because this was one of the bands most successful releases. Hit singles "The Voice" and "Gemini Dream" remain in radio rotation to this day. I personally find the influence of Patrick Moraz on keyboards to be a welcome presence. A substantial step up from any version of these songs I've heard before, Mobile Fidelity has produced another winner with Long Distance Voyager. Whether you prefer your Moody Blues orchestral or synthesized, you can't help but appreciate a recording that sounds this good.
The previous rip of this title was reported as a fake. This brand new rip is the real deal from my personal CD collection

"Animalia". Graeme Base`s Alphabet.  Graphics

Posted by technick at Oct. 1, 2011
"Animalia". Graeme Base`s Alphabet.

"Animalia". Graeme Base`s Alphabet.
32 jpeg | up to 1417x1877 | 29,96 mb