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Spiral Realms - 2 Studio Albums (1995) (Repost)  Music

Posted by gribovar at March 9, 2016
Spiral Realms - 2 Studio Albums (1995) (Repost)

Spiral Realms - 2 Studio Albums (1995)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 677 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 256 MB | Covers - 32 MB
Genre: Space Music, Ambient | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Hypnotic/Cleopatra

Spiral Realms is the brainchild of legendary violinist Simon House of Third Ear Band, Hawkwind's finest era (In the Hall of the Mountain Grill, Warrior on the Edge of Time, Astounding Sounds, 25 Years On, Quark, Strangeness & Charm and PXR 5) and David Bowie fame. In 1995, he decided to take a brilliant track off Warrior called Spiral Galaxy 28948 (according to legend, his birth date!) and produce two albums of similarly spectacular, spacey, psychedelic and totally original electronic music of the highest caliber. The first one ,"Trip to G9" is a collaboration with American Len Del Rio (keyboardist with Nic Turner's Sphynx as well as Hawkwind side project Anubian Lights)…

Smokie - Burning Ambition (1993)  Music

Posted by [email protected] at July 24, 2009
Smokie - Burning Ambition (1993)

Smokie - Burning Ambition (1993)
Genre: Rock | MP3 320 kbps | 136 MB | 56,11 min.| Covers
Label: Akropolis Musik / Rock, Glam rock / 14 Tracks

Smokie is an English rock band from Bradford who found success in Europe in the 1970s. Originally called The Yen, then The Sphynx and later Essence, the band was formed in 1965 at St. Bede's Grammar School in Heaton, Bradford. It was composed of Chris Norman (lead vocals/rhythm guitar/piano) born Christopher Ward Norman, 25 October 1950, Redcar, North Yorkshire), Terry Uttley (born Terence David Uttley, 9 June 1951, Bradford, West Yorkshire) (bass/vocals), Alan Silson (lead guitar/vocals) (born 21 June 1951, Bradford, West Yorkshire) and Ron Kelly (drums) (born Ronald Bruce Kelly, 10 February 1950, Winchester, Hampshire).

Smokie - Chasing Shadows (1992)  Music

Posted by [email protected] at July 21, 2009
Smokie - Chasing Shadows (1992)

Smokie - Chasing Shadows (1992)
Genre: Rock | MP3 320 kbps | 109 MB | 46,39 min.| Covers
Label: Akropolis Musik / Rock, Glam rock / 12 Tracks

Smokie is an English rock band from Bradford who found success in Europe in the 1970s. Originally called The Yen, then The Sphynx and later Essence, the band was formed in 1965 at St. Bede's Grammar School in Heaton, Bradford. It was composed of Chris Norman (lead vocals/rhythm guitar/piano) born Christopher Ward Norman, 25 October 1950, Redcar, North Yorkshire), Terry Uttley (born Terence David Uttley, 9 June 1951, Bradford, West Yorkshire) (bass/vocals), Alan Silson (lead guitar/vocals) (born 21 June 1951, Bradford, West Yorkshire) and Ron Kelly (drums) (born Ronald Bruce Kelly, 10 February 1950, Winchester, Hampshire). As Essence, they toured small clubs in Bradford and the surrounding communities. The band became The Black Cats in 1966 and in Nov 1967 the band changed their name to The Four Corners.

Smokie - 18 Carat Gold - The Very Best Of (1999)  Music

Posted by [email protected] at June 15, 2009
Smokie - 18 Carat Gold - The Very Best Of (1999)

Smokie - 18 Carat Gold - The Very Best Of (1999)
Genre: Rock | MP3 320 kbps | 163 MB | 67,39 min.| Covers
Label: CMC Records / Glam Rock, Soft Rock / 18 Tracks

Originally called The Yen, then The Sphynx and later Essence, the band was formed in 1965 at St. Bede's Grammar School in Heaton, Bradford. It was composed of Chris Norman (vocals/guitar/piano) born Christopher Ward Norman, 25 October 1950, Redcar, Yorkshire), Terry Uttley (born Terence David Uttley, 9 June 1951, Birkenshaw, Yorkshire) (bass/vocals), Alan Silson (lead guitar/vocals) (born 21 June 1951, Birkenshaw, Yorkshire) and Ron Kelly (drums) (born Ronald Kelly, 1952). As Essence, they toured small clubs in Bradford and the surrounding communities. At the time the band was formed Kelly was four years younger than the others aged only 13. In May 1968, the group found a manager in Mark Jordan, who advised them to rename themselves The Elizabethans. more … Wikipedia > YouTube