10/1/11

Obscure Grooves #18


Put on your Hush Puppies because it's time to take a stroll down to the local record store and pick up a few singles with that loose change that's been burning a hole in your pocket.  Maybe afterwards you can curl up in your egg chair and smoke some weed do some homework whilst listening to your new stack of wax. Life is good. Enjoy.





DOWNLOAD:
Tir Na Nog - "Two White Horses" (1971) - A Tear and a Smile LP
LISTEN:
http://retrospace.biz/music/Tir_Na_Nog_-_Two_White_Horses.mp3





DOWNLOAD:
Clouds - "Ladies and Gentlemen" (1969) - Scrapbook LP
LISTEN:
http://retrospace.biz/music/Clouds_-_Ladies_And_Gentlemen.mp3




DOWNLOAD:


DOWNLOAD:
Funky Kings - "Help To Guide Me" - 1976
LISTEN:
http://retrospace.biz/music/Funky_Kings_-_Help_To_Guide_Me.mp3



DOWNLOAD:
Sirkel & Co. - "Low Tide" (1976) Instrumental 
LISTEN:
http://retrospace.biz/music/04.%20Low%20Tide.mp3

4 comments:

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  2. There are great, need more info on the bands "Where are they now?" Please fix the cross-ups between the albums and the players, can't tell but i think the "Funky Kings" is wrong and "Clouds" is in its place "Tir Na Nog" seems to be under "Clouds." (Feel free to delete my comment once fixed.)

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  3. GGGAAAAARRRRGGGGHHH! I am so fucking sick of fooling with these mp3 players I could vomit.

    Longtime readers will know I've struggled with getting a player I'm happy with... to no avail. It's not that I don't know how - it's that every one I've tried has sucked.

    Some look great on Firefox but don't work on Chrome, work sometimes on IE and lock up the entire operating system under Safari. They use Flash versions which don't work right in certain mobile devices.... and some won't play Rapidshare files, or only files from "verified" sources, etc. etc.

    You get my drift. I've yet to come across a simple reliable player - if you know of one, I MIGHT try it... but to be honest, I'm at the point of not wanting to bother.

    This particular player had a habit of literally swapping the url sources... HOW CAN THAT EVEN HAPPEN?!? Anyway, thanks to Greg for pointing it out. Now I think I'll have a glass of Bourbon and press on.

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  4. I think The Rising Storm uses the Yahoo Player. You might ask them about it.

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