sábado, 28 de março de 2015

Hardwater - Hardwater (1968 us, great psychedelic/country/folk rock, 2011 digipack edition) Flac

This is the first CD reissue for Hardwater’s highly-rated psychedelic rock album, produced by the legendary David Axelrod (Electric Prunes et al). The LA-based band recorded their sole album for Capitol back in 1968. Hardwater had evolved out of Denver Colorado's premier surf band the Astronauts. 

Combining elements of psychedelia and ountry rock, they explore the same dusty roads as The Byrds and the Buffalo Springfield. Alongside their original compositions, they seamlessly fitted in interpretations of three tracks written by John Carter and Tim Gilbert of fellow Denver band the Rainy Daze.


Bass – Robert Carl McLerran
Drums – Tony Murillo
Guitar – Peter M. Wyant*
Guitar, Vocals – Richard Otis Fifield*
Photography By [Cover & Liner] – Dick Brown (3)
Producer – David Axelrod
Remastered By – Nick Watson
Written By – Carter-Gilbert (tracks: 2, 7, 8), R. Fifield-R. McLerran (tracks: 1, 3 to 6, 9, 10)




10 comentários:

  1. LINK:

    EAC > Flac+.cue+log(100%)+scans

    http://www.solidfiles.com/d/aee16ce7c2/Hardwater_-_Hardwater_(1968)_Flac.rar

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    1. or

      http://www.mediafire.com/download/jc7dxc39w44fifx/Hardwater+-+Hardwater+%281968%29+Flac.rar

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  2. I dig the mellow groove Nel! Cheers.

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  3. This Colorado outfit was originally known as the Astronauts before changing their name to the Sunshine Ward in 1967 and releasing one excellent single under that moniker. Original members included Richard Fifield (guitar, vocals), Robert McLerran (bass), Peter Wyant (guitar), Tony Murillo (drums, percussion) and Mark Bretz (guitar).

    In 1968, Bretz left and the remaining foursome signed to Capitol, changed their name to Hardwater and issued in August 1968 an outstanding self-titled LP that was produced by David Axelrod. The band’s sound is a mix of Psych and Hard Rock with the distorted guitar solo like on Medley: ''My Time/Take A Long Look'' and some hard edged Pop-Rock tunes such as ''Love And I''. Nice psych from this midwestern band. Unfortunately, the record didn't sell that well and Hardwater called it quits in 1969. Peter Wyant would later go on to play on David Axelrod’s solo LPs.

    P.S. Nel thanks for restoration, many links (in short term) I appreciate...great respect for You my friend!
    Yours,
    Adam.

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  4. Hi,
    Anyone get this to successfully extract? 257,105,041 Byte rar file. I D/L'ed it 3 times-- all 3 have broken archive message.

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  5. I am truly thankful for this album.First time with good sund...

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  6. MUITO BOA A BANDA..AINDA NÃO CONHECIA...
    VALEU EXELENTE POSTAGEM !

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  7. Many thanks for this!

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