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The Pekin Tapes were recorded 10/1973, 2 years before Pavlov’s Dog’s official debut ‘Pampered Menial’, and intended to become their debut album. They show the variety of the early Pavlov’s Dog, with no producer involved. ABC Records signed them on the strength of the Pekin Tapes for the highest amount ever payed to a newcomer act, but sent them back to studio: ’75 ‘Pampered Menial’ became a milestone in Progressive Rock. The studio in Pekin/IL burned down, the Pekin Tapes were lost, until 2014 a copy was discovered. The 4 bonus tracks (3/1973) are the earliest Pavlov’s Dog tracks ever discovered.
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mp3 320 kbps | 121 MB | UL | | FLAC | 359 MB | UL | Considered one of the finest Americana musicians performing today, with a musical voice grown directly from roots in Appalachian and Louisiana soil, Dirk Powell is set to release his fourth solo album and Sugar Hill Records debut, Walking Through Clay. The […]
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mp3 320 kbps | 108 MB | UL | TB | UA Broken Bones has been pieced together over the last three years in collaboration with former John Butler Trio drummer Michael Barker, but this doesn’t sound like a weekend warrior project. Instead, Broken Bones, somewhat surprisingly, is an assured, confident debut.It starts on a […]