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Various - I'm A Freak 2 Baby (A Further Journey Through The British Heavy Psych And Hard Rock Underground Scene: 1968-73) mp3

Various - I'm A Freak 2 Baby (A Further Journey Through The British Heavy Psych And Hard Rock Underground Scene: 1968-73) mp3 Performer: Various
Album: I'm A Freak 2 Baby (A Further Journey Through The British Heavy Psych And Hard Rock Underground Scene: 1968-73)
Country: UK
Released: 25 Jan 2019
Style: Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock
Label: Grapefruit Records
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: CRSEGBOX050
Size MP3: 1600 mb.
Rating: 4.0/5
Votes: 042
Record Source: 3 × CD, Compilation, Remastered




Tracklist


1Stray The Man Who Paints The Pictures
Written-By – Michael, Holtzman, Holtzman
2Frozen Tear I Need Someone
Written-By – Way
3Bullet Sinister Minister
Written-By – Gustafson
4High Tide Futilist's Lament
Written-By – Hill
5TongeOld Father Time
Written-By – Tonge
6Stack WaddyRosalyn
Written-By – Farley, Duncan
7SlowloadRosie
Written-By – Nielsen, Crozier
8The Crazy World Of Arthur BrownFire! [Demo Version]
Written-By – Brown, Finesilver, Ker, Crane
9Samuel ProdyWoman
Written-By – Boswell, Savva
10Sardonicus The Nymph
Written-By – Ransome, Bennett, Fisher, Pascal
11Edgar Broughton BandApache Dropout
Written-By – Van Vliet, Lordan
12Ancient GreaseMother Grease The Cat
Written-By – Ryan
13Three Man ArmyDaze
Written-By – Gurvitz, Reizner
14Andromeda Let's All Watch The Sky Fall Down
Written-By – Cann
15Orang-UtanChocolate Piano
Written-By – Seopardie
16Iron ClawClawstrophobia
Written-By – Wilson, Waller
17Tear GasWoman For Sale
Written-By – Batchelor, Cleminson
18Tarsus Early Morning Sun
Written-By – McNally
19Natural Gas Is There Any Doubt?
Written-By – Sinclair, Dale
20BodkinPlastic Man
Written-By – Bodkin
21The Deviants Somewhere To Go
Written-By – Sanderson, Farren, Hunter
22The MoveTurkish Tram Conductor Blues
Written-By – Wood
23Lightyears AwayYesterday
Written-By – Coombs
24N.S.U.Turn On, Or Turn Me Down
Written-By – N.S.U.
25Love SculptureSabre Dance
Arranged By – EdmundsWritten-By – Khatchadourian
26Jeff BeckShapes Of Things
Written-By – McCarty, Relf, Samwell-Smith
27Monument Dog Man
Written-By – Bonsor
28Freedom Going Down
Written-By – Nix
29Hard HorseSo Long I'm Moving On
Written-By – Findon
30Clark-HutchinsonSomebody's Been At My Woman
Written-By – Clark, Hutchinson
31Mouse Ashen Besher
Written-By – Rushton, Watts, Russell
32Sam Apple PieWinter Of My Love
Written-By – Johnson, Sampson
339.30 FlyHoochie Coochie Man
Written-By – Dixon
34Stone The CrowsBig Jim Salter
Written-By – Allen, Harvey, Bell
35Leaf HoundFreelance Fiend
Written-By – Halls, French
36Atomic RoosterDeath Walks Behind You
Written-By – Cann, Crane
37Red DirtBrain Worker
Written-By – Giles
38Wicked LadyRun The Night
Written-By – Weaver
39Sam GopalHorse
Written-By – Willis
40Warhorse Back In Time
Written-By – Holt, Wilson, Poole, Simper, Parks
41BudgieGuts
Written-By – Shelley, Phillips, Bourge
42DogfeetArmageddon
Written-By – Pearce, Povey
43Purple Haze Wait A While
Written-By – Illingworth
44Pluto Down And Out
Written-By – Gardner
45Little Big Horn Name Of The Game
Written-By – Davis
46Eugene CarnanConfusion
Written-By – Llewellyn, Williams, Evans
47The Human BeastBrush With The Midnight Butterfly
Written-By – Buchan
48The Rats Early In Spring
Written-By – Marshall
49Writing On The WallLucifer Corpus
Written-By – Cameron
50Sunday Fussing And Fighting
Written-By – Pattison, Forrest
51Dark R.C.8. [Demo Version]
Written-By – Giles
52Thor Paranoid
Written-By – Ward, Butler, Osbourne, Iommi
53Patto Loud Green Song
Written-By – Patto, Halsall


Credits


  • Compiled By, Liner Notes, Project ManagerDavid Wells
  • Coordinator [Licensing]Eddy Ball
  • Design, LayoutAndy Morten
  • Mastered BySimon Murphy
  • Project ManagerJohn Reed


Notes


Tracks taken :
1-1 from LP " Budgie " ( 1971 )
1-2 from LP " Truth " ( 1968 )
1-3 not originally issued, recorded 1969
1-4 not originally issued, recorded November 1968
1-5 previously unreleased, recorded 1971
1-6 from LP " Looking On " ( 1970 )
1-7 from US LP " Orang-Utan " ( 1971 )
1-8 not originally issued, recorded December 1970
1-9 from LP " Bodkin " ( 1972 )
1-10 not originally issued, recorded late 1969
1-11 from LP " Women And Children First " ( 1970 )
1-12 from LP " Bugger Off! " ( 1972 )
1-13 not originally issued, recorded late 1968
1-14 from single A-side ( 1968 ) Parlophone ‎– R 5744
1-15 from LP " The First Monument " ( 1971 )
1-16 from LP " Growers Of Mushroom " ( 1971 )
1-17 from LP " Roll 'Em Smoke 'Em Put Another Line Out " ( 1972 )
1-18 from LP " Sam Apple Pie " ( 1969 )
2-1 from LP " Tear Gas " ( 1971 )
2-2 from LP " Death Walks Behind You " ( 1970 )
2-3 from single A-side ( 1970 ) Harvest ‎– HAR 5032
2-4 from LP " Turn On, Or Turn Me Down " ( 1969 )
2-5 from LP " Red Dirt " ( 1970 )
2-6 not originally issued, recorded November 1969
2-7 from LP " Disposable " ( 1968 )
2-8 from LP " Dogfeet " ( 1971 )
2-9 from LP " Pluto " ( 1971 )
2-10 from LP " Volume One " ( 1970 )
2-11 not originally issued, recorded October 1971. Demo version
2-12 not originally issued, recorded early 1969
2-13 from LP " A Third Of A Lifetime " ( 1971 )
2-14 previously unreleased, recorded 1971
2-15 from LP " Lady Killer " ( 1973 )
2-16 from German LP " Sunday " ( 1971 )
2-17 from LP " Is More Than A Word " ( 1972 )
3-1 from LP " Sea Shanties ( 1969 )
3-2 from LP " Astral Navigations " ( 1971 )
3-3 from German LP " Samuel Prody " ( 1971 )
3-4 not originally issued, recorded March 1972
3-5 from single B-side of " (Get It) Up Down " ( 1972 ) DART ‎– ART 2012
3-6 not originally issued, recorded circa March 1968. Demo version
3-7 previously unreleased, recorded May 1971
3-8 previously unreleased, recorded 1972
3-9 from LP " Red Sea " ( 1972 )
3-10 from German LP " Little Big Horn " ( 1971 ) Bellaphon ‎– BLPS 19067
3-11 from single B-side of " Hobo " ( 1971 ) Purple Records ‎– PUR 101
3-12 previously unreleased, recorded October 1969
3-13 from single A-side ( 1973 ) County Recording Service ‎– COUN 240
3-14 previously unreleased, recorded circa August 1972
3-15 not originally issued, recorded March 1969
3-16 from LP " Teenage Licks " ( 1971 )
3-17 previously unreleased, recorded circa October 1970
3-18 from single B-side of " Child On A Crossing " ( 1969 ) Middle Earth ‎– MDS.101

Tracks licensed :
1-1 & 1-6 Onward Music Ltd.
1-2, 1-14, 2-3 and 3-1 Warner Music UK Ltd.
1-3 Martin Weaver
1-4, 2-2, 2-8 and 2-13 BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited
1-5 Neville Crozier
1-7 Jeff Seopardie
1-8 Rockadrome
1-9 Jim West
1-10, 1-11, 1-18, 2-15, 2-17, 3-15 and 3-16 Angel Air Ltd ( non-exclusively )
1-12, 2-1, 3-8 and 3-14 Cherry Red Records Ltd.
1-13, 2-4 and 2-5 Maxwood Music Ltd.
1-15 Keith Bonsor
1-16 & 3-9 Repertoire Records
1-17 Patto ( Band )
2-6 Benny Marshall
2-7 Mick Farren
2-8 Alan Pearse
2-10 Edward Jones
2-11 Steve Giles
2-12 Peter Illingworth
2-14 Longe
2-16 & 3-10 Shel Talmy
3-2 Chris Coombs / Shirley Levon
3-3 Tony Savva
3-4 Mike Evans
3-5 President Records Ltd.
3-6 Cherry Red Records America Ltd.
3-7 John Brassett
3-11 Purple Records
3-12 Tony Way
3-13 Chris Ransome
3-17 Sentinel Music Archive
3-18 Jake Scott

This is a 3 x CD sequel to Various - I'm A Freak, Baby... A Journey Through The British Heavy Psych And Hard Rock Underground Scene 1968-72.

Released with 40 page booklet.

The 3 CDs are housed in a clamshell cardboard box.

Front cover image : DOGFEET
Disc One wallet cover image : STACKWADDY
Disc Two wallet cover image : THE RATS
Disc Three wallet cover image : SARDONICUS


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 5013929185005
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): CRSEGBOX050/CD1 EB2720
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): CRSEGBOX050/CD2 EB2724
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 3): CRSEGBOX050/CD3 EB2725
  • Mastering SID Code (All discs): IFPI LD02
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 5J02
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI 5J44
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 3): IFPI 5J54


Companies


  • Copyright (c) – Grapefruit Records
  • Licensed From – Onward Music Ltd.
  • Licensed From – Warner Music UK Ltd.
  • Licensed From – Martin Weaver
  • Licensed From – BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited
  • Licensed From – Neville Crozier
  • Licensed From – Jeff Seopardie
  • Licensed From – Rockadrome
  • Licensed From – Jim West
  • Licensed From – Angel Air Ltd
  • Licensed From – Cherry Red Records Ltd.
  • Licensed From – Maxwood Music Ltd.
  • Licensed From – Keith Bonsor
  • Licensed From – Repertoire Records
  • Licensed From – Patto
  • Licensed From – Benny Marshall
  • Licensed From – Mick Farren
  • Licensed From – Alan Pearse
  • Licensed From – Edward Jones
  • Licensed From – Steve Giles
  • Licensed From – Peter Illingworth
  • Licensed From – Tonge
  • Licensed From – Shel Talmy
  • Licensed From – Chris Coombs
  • Licensed From – Shirley Levon
  • Licensed From – Tony Savva
  • Licensed From – Mike Evans
  • Licensed From – President Records Ltd.
  • Licensed From – Cherry Red Records America Ltd.
  • Licensed From – John Brassett
  • Licensed From – Purple Records
  • Licensed From – Tony Way
  • Licensed From – Chris Ransome
  • Licensed From – Sentinel Music Archive
  • Licensed From – Jake Scott
  • Marketed By – Cherry Red Records Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Cherry Red Records Ltd.
  • Designed At – Pepperbox
  • Mastered At – Another Planet Music


Album


This is a 3 x CD sequel to Various - I'm A Freak, Baby. A Journey Through The British Heavy Psych And Hard Rock Underground Scene 1968-72. Released with 40 page booklet. A ton of very wild n heavy proto-metal, post-psychedelic heavy blues n prog from a varied bunch of hairy UK misfits. Too many to list here perhaps, but the sub-Sabbath scuzz of Red Dirt, the beserk pre-punk bassy-heavy one-riff Deviants and the terribly un-PC Tear Gas are appealing to me at the moment. And that's just three from disc 2, which I'm enjoying atm. Much like the first volume of what deserves to be a long-running series, I'm a Freak 2 Baby: A Further Journey Through the British Heavy Psych and Hard Rock Underground Scene 1968-1973 is a treasure trove of thudding tempos, screaming vocals, and loads of untethered guitar soloing. Released in 2016, Im A Freak Baby Grapefruits 3-CD overview of the UKs late Sixtiesearly Seventies nascent hard rockproto-metal scene 'm A Freak, Baby. A Journey Through The British Heavy Psych And Hard Rock Underground Scene 1968-72 2016. To favorites 6 Download album. Listen album. Classic Rock Hard Rock Psychedelic Rock. Stray , The Open Mind and others. Songs in album I'm A Freak, Baby. Stray - All In Your Mind. The Open Mind - Cast A Spell. The Mooche - Hot Smoke And Sassafras. I'm A Freak 2 Baby: Further Journey Through The British Heavy. Rock Underground SceneI'm A Freak 2 Baby: Further Journey Through The British Heavy Psych Hard Rock Underground Scene by VARIOUS ARTISTS Audio CD . Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by . All the rare British hard rock singles and recordings from the golden era, 1968-1972. The usual suspects are here, Deep Purple, Yardbirds Uriah Heep and pre-Stevie Nicks Fleetwood Mac. Missing are Black Sabbath and Led Zep but anyone who purchases this will probably already have ample recordings by those two mainstays of the a British hard rock scene. Released in 2016, I'm A Freak Baby - Grapefruit's overview of the UK's late Sixtiesearly Seventies nascent hard rockproto-metal scene - received rapturous acclaim from. In addition to further selections from some of the subterranean stars of the first volume, we feature many of the genre's pioneers, with key tracks from The Jeff Beck Group, Edgar Broughton Band, Atomic Rooster and High Tide. An excellent 53-track panorama of freak music from 1968-73: Edgar Broughton Band, Arthur Brown, Sam Gopal with ex-Hendrix roadie Lemmy etc, no Pink Fairies but Deviants, no Hawkwind but stable-matesfellow-travellers High Tide jamming par excellence. Freak-sounds from the underground of Ladbroke Grove and central London Middle Earth, Temple in the Marquees street along with nationwide free festivals are well-represented: as David Wells short intro says, these are the bands that shook the walls of towns up and down the country. It appropriately leaves the traps blazing with Budgies first album that became a template for later decades. Summary: The three-disc compilation of some British psychedelia band from 1968 to 1972 features such better known bands as Deep Purple, Fleetwood Mac, and The Yardbirds as well as many unknown and obscure bands. Subtitled A Further Journey Through The British Heavy Psych And Hard Rock Underground Scene 1968-73 , this is the follow-up to 2016s well received collection, Im A Freak Baby, featuring contributions this time round from better known acts like Love Sculpture, the Move and Jeff Beck rubbing shoulders with genuine obscurities from Sardonicus, Lightyears Away and Iron Claw. LTWs Ian Canty keeps the freak flag flying. With the positive reception given to the original Im A Freak Baby boxset a couple of years back reviewed here, it was inevitable that there would be a second collection, and h. The two films are soundtracked only by horrified narration, but the music on Im a Freak Baby would have provided the perfect accompaniment. It sounds the way the documentaries look: grim, grey and possessed of an almost wilful ugliness, the latter evident everywhere in sound oppressive distorted guitars rhythms that either lumber groggily along or charge at you with eyes bulging, as if theyve been at Mad Johns pep pills vocals that growl, bellow, rasp nasally in post-Dylan style or occasionally bleat like. Guns 1968 single Race With the Devil one of a scattering of tracks here that made any commercial impact stirred a blaring horn section into the cocktail


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Great follow up to the first volume Various - I'm A Freak, Baby... A Journey Through The British Heavy Psych And Hard Rock Underground Scene 1968-72 that came out in 2016.

A ton of very wild n heavy proto-metal, post-psychedelic heavy blues n prog from a varied bunch of hairy UK misfits.
Too many to list here perhaps, but the sub-Sabbath scuzz of Red Dirt, the beserk pre-punk bassy-heavy one-riff Deviants and the terribly un-PC Tear Gas are appealing to me at the moment. And that's just three from disc 2, which I'm enjoying atm.

The missus is trying to work and I keep leaping up, punching the air, adopting a sort of crouched invisible guitar power chord pose and shouting "what about this one?" to her at full blast as I attempt to attract her attention over the pile-driver volume. Just as well we're in lockdown otherwise I could well have ended up on the streets tonight tee hee.
Top notch. Lot a great list gems of heavy music from albums and lost expensive singles if you can find them?