Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The Album

Not to be outdone, I'm guessing, by Warner's Loss Leaders series, A&M put together this comp. The label's dedication at the time to artists over hit-makers shines through. Ah, thems were the days.


A Few Requests

Looking for anything in the Ensemble Petit series.

Terry Baxter: "Feelin' Groovy"

Would anyone have rips of these they'd be willing to share? If so, please put you link in the comments. And for those of you who hit me up for re-ups, you might get what you want if you contribute. This should be a two-way street.

Friday, May 19, 2017

Juste Milieu

We could be oceans
Never drifting apart
We could be endless
Flow through my heart
If you want to ride my waves


Thursday, May 18, 2017


An all-instro album based on "The Alexandria Quartet" tetralogy by Lawrence Durrell. Best heard in a single sitting with the lights off and the headphones cranked.


Michael Parks

With thanks to One Bite, here are a pair of records commemorating the passing of Michael Parks. Would anyone have "Lost and Found"?


Saturday, May 13, 2017

Getting It All Together

Yet another Columbia comp, featuring one side for the kids and the other for the moms and dads.


Saturday, May 6, 2017

Wishing Chair

These are daunting times
That much is certain
History in the making
From the man behind the curtain
No don't put the brakes on
Let us all run riot
When they hand you their deal
Just say you won't buy it

On average, this site attracts about 2,000 page views a day, and from that about as many downloads. If even half of the people who visit here daily spent, say, a dollar to download even one of my albums over on Bandcamp, that would support greatly both the music I make and the records I buy to post here. So next time you download from Mondo for FREE, please think about contributing.


Sounds of Sunshine

By request, here's more Sounds of Sunshine. BTW, this rip was taken from the blog Eclanage, but the link has expired.


Thursday, May 4, 2017

Sing a Song With the Beatles

I bet that, back in the day, I would've bought this one thinking it was an actual Beatles album. I'm sure that's what the label, Tower, was thinking I'd think, too.


King's Road

By request, here's King's Road performing "live" at the Watkins Glen festival. The fake crowd sounds on this are pretty freakin' hilarious.


King's Road

Pickwick produced dozens of these soundalike records under the banner of King's Road (more are buried in this site). Classic exploito.