Friday, November 29, 2013

Loving Awareness

©1975 More Love Records
320 kbps vinyl rip

At first this album by the members of "Glencoe" would be released as "The Beatles". The name "the Beatles" was printed on a sticker wich was on the cover front. The reason for using a sticker could have been legal reasons or maybe the band wasn't happy with the choosen name. Whatever the reason was, the sticker was removed not long after release. If you have the album you can still see where the sticker was stucked. 

The album was inspired by the Loving Awarenes idea of Radio Caroline's Ronan O'Rahilly which had the idea from the original Beatles. If you listen to the tracks you can't miss the Beatles Feeling. On the album itself there's no mention of it but it was roumered that George (writing, playing and producing) and Ringo (advising and studioequipment) were involved.

Norman Watt-Roy (bass, vocals), John Turnbull (guitar, vocals), Mick Gallagher (keyboards), Charlie Charles (drums) 
The Loving Awareness LP, although it never made the charts, has got more airplay through the years than any other LP on Radio Caroline. This album still gets, after 40 years, airplay on a very regularly basis, on Radio Caroline.
Tracklist .

   Let Us Get To Know You       
   Free Your Soul       
   Love You To Know       
   No Other High       
   It's Alla`s Movie       
   The Vibes Inside       
   Voice Of Love       
   Be In Touch       
   Close The Gate       
   Like What I Like       
   Let Yourself Go       
   In A Movie       

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Monday, August 12, 2013

Rare Harry DVD's 1 - 4 NZB file

4 x ISO
“When you're a Harry fan then these DVD's are a must have
Disc 1: Beat Club: Everybody's Talking Derek Taylor intro The Music of Nilsson The Smothers Brothers Summer Show Playboy After Dark Skidoo Trailer - Notes: - The Playboy clip has been edited together from two different sources to present the material in its complete form and in the best available quality. - The Music of Nilsson (aka the first BBC show) is from a brand-new source and has been subject to full audio restoration. After this, no-one will feel the need to mourn the lack of an official release of this or the LTOSITN telecast.

Disc 2: A Little Touch of Schmilsson In The Night Did Somebody Drop His Mouse? - Notes: Both from new sources. See above re: audio restoration.

Disc 3: The Ghost and Mrs. Muir Only You All I Think About Is You Who Done It? Loneliness Beatlefest '84 Rehearsal & Performance Intermedio (?) - Notes: The episode of "Muir" has been reedited from two different sources. While it is still missing about 90 seconds' worth of footage, none of that material featured Harry. The "Only You" clip is a color-corrected version of the officially-released footage (from the Ringo Starr "Photograph" bonus DVD). Beatlefest '84 is sourced from the original VHS camcorder tape. If anyone has more information on the "Intermedio" telecast, please let me know as soon as possible. It is undoubtedly Harry's final appearance on (Spanish) television and may, in fact, be one of the saddest things I've ever seen (in light of its context). - Easter eggs only available via the "play all" menu option: Ringo and Harry's appearance at the Grammy Awards and their promotional ad for the Duit On Mon Dei LP.

Bonus disc: Beat Club: Everybody's Talking (repeat from disc 1) Nilsson et Peggy March 1941 & Good Old Desk - This material represents what little we've been able to uncover from Harry's 1968 promotional tour of Europe. This disc runs roughly 30 minutes.
Many thanks to the person who made these DVD's.
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