Sunday, February 04, 2007

Pretend the wittiest thing you ever read is here.......

.....and I'll pretend I wrote it.

I put some stuff together to answer a few requests and also so I could get some Viking-links upped here in which a few more requests are granted. Not a lot of pics today or anything, I'm a bit under the weather (what else is new?) and it's so damn cold here right now you can't open the door without getting frostbitten. I'm sorry but I don't see how people who live in year round cold can stand it. It depresses the shit outta me.

Well you're either gonna love it or hate it I guess. I find it a bit humorous myself, good for a laugh and to show people how bad things can get. I still remember the debacle over Maiden kicking DiAnno out (or him leaving in disgust depending on who's story you believe) and wondering who they could ever get to replace him. Well they did quite alright in replacing DiAnno but DiAnno never seemed to bounce back completely and for every step forward he took he usually would counter with at least a step back. And this was probably the biggest step back that could be taken. Look at the talent involved in the 3 song ep!! Listen to it. Can this much talent really do this kind of damage to eardrums. At best, bubblegum pop of the lowest common denominator. At worst a total laughingstock. And I think DiAnno himself says it best on "Time Warp"---"boring, so boring". There are demos floating around of these sessions that are supposedly a bit more high caliber than this (and close to 20 songs worth too) but after the disaster of the ep I doubt anyone would touch them.


And here are some Knightrider demos. Also by request (sorry it's all I had by these dudes).


And now for a shocker: remember when I used to post live stuff here? Well I have been pulling out the analog stuff and thought I'd stick this here if you want it. It's a Stones show from Leeds University in '71. I don't what it was with that venue, but it sure seemed to bring out the best in bands! Decent SQ, but a show that ranks with the best of the Stones gigs!

Covers in the rar file

And lastly from me, here are two more quickies:

Various Artists- A Tribute To Blue Cheer (a metal tribute to Dickie and the boys, Pentagram rocks two and many other great bands, most of whom I've never heard of).

And for the Varney fans here is Virgin Steel's debut, VS1


And more from another place that gets quite cold.

Nantucket - Still Alive After All These Years.

Stevie Salas Colorcode - Stevie Salas Colorcode.

Stevie Sales Colorcode - Stuff.

Stevie Salas Colorcode - Back From The Living.

Touch - The Complete Works. (Actually incomplete as it doesn't have some of the first and best LP)

Wrabit - Wrough and Wready.

Wrabit - Tracks.

Wrabit - West Side Kid.

Demon - Night Of The Demon (Reissue)

Demon - The Unexpected Guest (Reissue)

Demon - The Plague (Reissue)

Samson - Before The Storm

Nantucket - Nantucket. 1978. (NOT good vinyl rip. Not my own rip)

That's all for today folks.


Blogger Patrick said...

Out of all the Bloggers on here so far, you seem to have the widest range of tastes. I really admire your committment to music, obviously it's a part of you, as it is with me. I just wanted to let you know that I'm having a blast reading your blog, and discovering rare treasures (such as the Marcus Hook Roll Band!). Keep up the great work!

Sunday, February 04, 2007 8:07:00 PM  
Blogger Time Traveller said...

Well, I can't speak for Kit, although we do tend to agree on quite a bit, but since the age of 5 I have ate slept and drank music. I can't explain the fascination and why my tastes are so broad, I only know if it moves me, it moves me. But as I've said before, my tastes run the gamut. Growing up I listened to 70's pop, then got into metal, then a brief fling with punk, back into metal, and started discovering psychedelia and progressive which I guess I would have to admit are my faves at this point in life. But I've never lost any affinity for the previous styles, they all have fond memories attached to them.

Monday, February 05, 2007 12:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks to you and Kit , you really are spot on with the music . I'm in listening heaven here , thank you sooooo much .

The first 1994 album is a must hear if you have it to post . I know you posted the 2nd album by them on here..great music


Monday, February 05, 2007 5:58:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh Yeah, You guys are posting up a storm...
And we reap the benefits - I've picked up quite a few here...But that Nantucket Still Alive is a dream come true for me...
Never heard this before...
I used to see these guys open up for everybody down south in the late 70's...
They weere a Great Band!
Thanks again..

Monday, February 05, 2007 10:24:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Bigfoot kit & co!
Thanks for your shares!
Virgin Steel's debut album, wow! what a dream come true!
I have to dedicate a song:
"..Nothing compares to you, guys..."
Thanks again!!

Mr. Varney keeps rockin' ;)

Monday, February 05, 2007 12:02:00 PM  
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Anonymous bigfoot kit said...

Wow, some really nice comments on here.
Thank you very much for all your kind words, it's nice to know that our efforts are appreciated. It's also heartening that so many of you have such good taste in music.
Bryon, your story's almost exactly the same as mine as far as how you grew to appreciate such a wide range of styles.
Elvis came first for me, at around the age of 6, then i got into Kiss & AC/DC & discovered the NWOBHM shortly thereafter. After going back & finding the giants of the Hard Rock & Metal worlds, i was a dyed-in-the-wool Metalhead until i discovered progressive & psychedelic music at around 17. After the obligatory punk dalliance i was excited by the Thrash stuff that was coming out too, it combined the energy of the punk stuff with the chops & style of metal.
Like Bryon says, none of these interests was a "flash in the pan" phase, i still love all these types of music, some days i might feel more Tom Waits than Slayer, (might just be my age!), but the Slayer records never get too dusty either.
It's encouraging that you people who visit the blog are open to such a wide variety of stuff, the "tastemakers" would have us believe that people like their music to fit into neatly defined genre boxes, but the fact that the Wayne County EP has had as many d/l's as the Starz LP tells a different story.
Vive Le Difference!
Thanks again for your encouragement

Tuesday, February 06, 2007 3:58:00 PM  
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bryon and Bigfoot Kid, you really got no idea how reconforting, how rewarding it feels to visit your page daily!
The music is great!, your 'fearless " taste on music is invigorating for me; and above all you guys show a lot of respect for the artists regardless of their
"actual status" but focusing on their creations and that's quite a different thing nowadays!
Thanks so much for your time and energy and know that I am/we all are truly very grateful with your work!
Keep it up!
And thanks again for being there!

Mr Varney will keep on rockin'.

Wednesday, February 07, 2007 7:32:00 AM  
Anonymous Cosmowombo said...

Thanks...and here are my humble requests:

diamond reo - s/t (75)
diamond reo - dirty diamonds (76)
rockicks - inside (76)
target - st/ (76)
steeplechase - s/t (81)
duke jupiter - (early stuff)
dave chastain band - rockin' roulette (75)

Wednesday, February 07, 2007 9:25:00 PM  
Anonymous bigfoot kit said...

I think the Target album is over at Time Traveller, Bryon's other blog, or somewhere amongst Tor-Eriks posts here, have a check. I've also got that Dave chastain Band album, i'll dig it out & up it soon for ya.

Wednesday, February 07, 2007 10:03:00 PM  
Anonymous Cosmowombo said...

On both blogs I used the "search this blog" feature at the top of the page, but I couldn't find any Target. I'm glad you have Rockin' Roulette.

Thursday, February 08, 2007 5:12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello travellers!
Would be possible to up that lovely album from Culprit, "Guilty as charged" ??
Thanks already!

Friday, February 09, 2007 11:32:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have just found this site- fantastic stuff. Found stuff on here that I have been looking for for years! Listening to Striktly for Konneisseurs as I write!
With just finding the site I seem to have missed the rar file with the covers in - the link has expired- would there be any chance of re-upping that please?
Many thanks

Saturday, February 10, 2007 4:37:00 PM  
Anonymous mike said...

wow... I just had to try that Gogmagog. But I suppose I was warned. I always thought Di'Anno had great attitude, perfect for metal singing. But I guess when the songs just aren't there, there's not a whole lot that attitude can do for you.

That said, thanks for posting this-- I didn't even know it existed and it's a great piece of (fortunately?) forgotten history.

Thursday, February 15, 2007 12:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is my favourite blog site!! Absolutely brilliant. Thanks so much for bringing Angel Witch, Diamond Head, Witchfynde and so many unknown NWOBHM gems into my world. If i could make a request for this year... I would like "ALL the NWOBHM" in the universe ever please!!?;) Thanks for all your hard work. Yours gratefully - eagerly waiting my next NWOBHM fix!

Monday, February 26, 2007 10:22:00 AM  
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