I met someone sometime ago, his eyes were clear to seeeeee...
February 7, 2006 3:06 PM   Subscribe

Open up your mind and let everything come through. Psych and Prog get great sharity treatment. (ChrisGoes is also known for his regular appearance on torrent sites with his huge, wonderful collections).
posted by klangklangston (10 comments total)
Also worth noting, though not enough content to make the FPP: Kosstac Mina, Chocoreve.

And as per always— some of the links presented, particularly on Chocoreve, are available through legitimate reissue companies. If you like what you've sampled, check out Bomp, Get Hip, Forced Exposure and Dusty Grooves for ways to reward the folks who have dug it up and put it out there. As far as I know, the three blogs in the FPP only feature things that have not been reissued.
posted by klangklangston at 3:09 PM on February 7, 2006

I was wondering where some of the copyright lies here, particularly with some of the CD comps of the more obscure 60s stuff from other parts of the world (e.g. some of chocoreve's posts). Some of the labels themselves pretty much admit that they picked up a bunch of old tapes/vinyl of forgotten artists in flea markets, and made CDs out of them.

That being said, this is a great education in music I never knew existed; thank goodness for these obsessive collectors ...
posted by carter at 3:26 PM on February 7, 2006

Ahh, times like this I gotta trumpet my own mp3 blog, my one contribution to the spread of good music.
posted by Mach3avelli at 4:03 PM on February 7, 2006

Brilliant, thanks (though I do wish these sites wouldn't use RapidShare - for some reason I always have to wait 62 minutes before I'm allowed to download anything...)
posted by jack_mo at 4:30 PM on February 7, 2006

What an amazing car. Almost makes the album worth having even if the music isn't at all good.
posted by grabbingsand at 6:37 PM on February 7, 2006

posted by Jimbob at 6:51 PM on February 7, 2006

ChrisGoes has fantastic taste in music. Thanks for this link klangklangston!
posted by Demogorgon at 8:21 PM on February 7, 2006

lots of good stuff there ... or at least stuff that looks interesting

i highly recommend amon duul ii's yeti listed on the 8daysinapril site ... hard rocking for the most part and really really weird ... dance of the lemmings, their next album has to be heard to be believed
posted by pyramid termite at 8:49 PM on February 7, 2006

Wonderful link klangklangston, thanks. I was intending to listen to some more early UK blues/rock after seeing a documentary on the making of 'Disraeli Gears' on the BBC the other night; the first link in your FPP obliged.
posted by primer_dimer at 3:34 AM on February 8, 2006

Very cool! Thanks for sharing. I think my bandwidth has been claimed by this site for the next week or so.
posted by Dr-Baa at 5:52 AM on February 8, 2006

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