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Hans Seegers' copy is numbered "". For the equivalent and albums, which also contain Dylan album tracks, see above and below. The previous five are shown for interest, but have no Dylan content.
As this is a rarity, this album is also listed in The album occurs with two sleeve variants. Discos CBS Spain changed printers at the end ofso the first copies of the album had a sleeve printed Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70 Offset ALG, and late copies had a revised sleeve printed by the new company. The second rear sleeve has a completely different text layout of song titles and artists' names at the top and the second line of the bottom text appears to be missing.
It also has two reversed pictures on the first and third rows as shown. The record came with three label variants.
Side 1 of the variant 1B copy shown has a radio station sticker. The first label variant 1A has the song titles on 8 lines Side 1 and 10 lines Side 2. The second label variant 1B - Manuel's copy has the song Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70 on 9 lines Side 1 and 11 lines Side 2 but arranged differently from variant 2.
Joe Cocker - Tonight third label variant 2 again has the song titles Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70 9 lines Side 1 and 11 lines Side 2 but arranged differently from variant 1B. The text layout both to the left and right of the centre hole is different from variants 1A and 1B as shown in the detail scans, most noticeably with the arrows below "ESTEREO" missing on the left.
Thanks to Kenneth Robson and Ronald Born for information and scans. Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70. For the equivalent and albums, which also contain Dylan album tracks, see above. Thanks to Manfred Endtner for information and scans.
Keith Venturoni says: " The introduction to the song is interesting. Also that Dylan is starting a new film soon, and 'let's hope it's better than Renaldo And Clara'! Thanks to Keith Venturoni for pointing out this item and for information. Thanks to Hans Seegers for information and to Wim van der Mark for the picture. All the tracks on each side follow straight on from one another with no fade-ins or fade-outs.
The Side 1 tracks have been remixed, but the Side 2 tracks are the album versions. The track order is different on the rear sleeve and the record label, but the rear sleeve Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70 correct. Even though this album was released only the next month after the previous album, the record now has the brand new design of promo labels, identical to commercial labels with additional printed promo text.
The equivalent album, Danke '80has no Dylan content, see. For the equivalent album, Danke '81which contains a Dylan rarity, see Thanks to Manfred Endtner for information and scan. Thanks to Stuart Taylor for information and scans.
A Flying Pig production. Copyright of all included artwork remains with the various record companies. You are Visitor No. Counter restarted 24 Dec ! Please add around 5 million visits since mid Site hosted by. This album has two alternate cover designs with the same catalogue number, the second design being the re-release in below. This is Vol. The album was released on CD in This release is dated on the cassette and the inside of the insert but at top left of the outside of the insert.
I suspect this is because the insert was reprinted in to include the anti-counterfeiting design on the left. CBS It came in a plain brown sleeve. For another album plus and albums in the same series, see below. For a album, see the page of this list. The front has a CBS logo. Like other German compilations of Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70 period e. There is a front sticker in French. It came in a plain brown sleeve with only the catalogue number.
For another album plus and albums in the same series, see above and below. Bob's contribution, track 1 on Side 1, was an unusual choice which can hardly be described as a "Greatest Hit" - Days Of '49 from Self Portrait as the Rock Buster releases above, again credited to Frank Warner. As these are rarities, full details are in in the main Rarities list.
This set holds the first three Das waren Hits albums in white paper sleeves in a single wide outer sleeve with new artwork. A fourth set from is not included. All the original album artwork shown on right is Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70. As this is a rarity, full details are in UK 7" single sleeve - scan by Hans Seegers.
This sleeve does not mention the Israel Ministry Of Tourism. There is also an added K-Tel logo on the front sleeve at top right. This compilation was retitled just Stars on the sleeve of the Canadian release, which is on the budget label K-Tel.
This compilation is a kind of musical journey from the s to the s one record per decadeincluding all American musical genres from Big Bands to Folk-Rock and the most representative artists from Robert Johnson to Johnny Winter.
The box is in two parts joined by the spine. The rear is plain black. It includes a one-sided insert to be glued to the inside of the box front with the tracklist and also includes a page 12" booklet with many pictures of the artists see detail of page 48 with Bob. The front of the booklet is a monochrome version of the box front.
The rear of the booklet is Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70 to the front plus printer's information "Est-Typo Offset - Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70. So far, this is the only various artists compilation listed that includes North Country Blues. The tracks are numbered from 1 to 78 and Bob is track The record labels are plain orange. This is again the same box with identical catalogue number and tracklist but, for some reason, it was reissued in with a different title and design.
This very rare LP was produced in Malaysia for distribution in that country and Singapore. These compilations were very important in Latin American countries like Venezuela, because many albums from where these tracks were taken were never released there.
V below were never released in Venezuela. IV above. Disc: 6. Family 6 -Burlesque. Disc: 7. Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70 Nugent-Cat Scratch Fever. Disc: Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70. Kansas 2 -Carry on Wayward Son. The Edgar Winter Group-Frankenstein. Disc: 9. Ram Jam-Black Betty. Meat Loaf-Bat Out of Hell. Disc: Toto-Hold the Line.
Please examine and play these discs. If you are Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70 completely satisfied, we'll refund or replace your purchase. No customer reviews. There are 0 customer reviews and 2 customer ratings. Customers who bought this item also bought. Suspicious Minds [Vinyl]. Elvis Presley. Aerosmith's Greatest Hits. Skynyrd's Innyrds: Their Greatest Hits. Soft, orchestral sound is nice. Well done, but not much of originality. This softly meandering track is not very far from the more recent Marillion, but is for the most part slightly boring.
No great band discoveries this time, so two stars it will be again. Given that we're celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Yes this issue, we thought it'd Al Campbell - Harbour Shark a timely reminder of Banks' talent The rest of the artists are mostly cases of "never heard" for me. A bit like Mostly Autumn.
Sylvan I naturally know from Hackett's Genesis Revisited, but this vocal oriented and poppy collaborative track doesn't sound much prog to me. This sampler is rather uneven, and funnily it contains pairs or threes that sound quite alike. But not a bad way of getting the first taste of several new bands.
As always with GoD releases, the leaflet is packed up with information both in German and in English in a very user-friendly fashion. I'm naturally basing my review on those band introductions. Here's a track from their intended second album that remained unpublished for nearly four decades. It's energetic, jazzy prog-rock starring Hammond and electric guitar. XHOL played psychedelic jazz-rock. The GoD release represented here with a frenzy minute instrumental is a live album "Essen ".
Sounds very nice! Lyrics are in English and Dont Overdub My Heart - Roy - Big City Sin And Small Town Redemption a lot of flute to increase a certain [pre-Aqualung] Jethro Tull flavour.
The chosen fast-paced track is starring oboe. The next two bands are the best known. The sound quality is not very good, and to me this is the sampler's weakest link. At least the 9-minute, lighthearted instrumental 'Dance of Some Broken Glasses' sounds nice with the cool groove and flutes, but there's not much of progression in the composition.
The original LP of copies is worth a small fortune. As usual the quality of the material is good to excellent, and for those with an interest or passion for vintage style psychedelic rock it'll be quite the pleasant experience indeed. As they are presented in these cover versions at least: I haven't checked Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70 the originals to hear just how much these reinterpretations are different from the originals.
In my view Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70 one cut here that stands a Takin Life In My Own Hands - Various - Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack Roller Boogie and a shoulder Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70 the rest though, namely Vibravoid's take on Pink Floyd's classic Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun.
A firmly retro-oriented take on this track, with a plethora of odd and eerie sounds, but with a firmer and more concise delivery that adds a tension and hardness to this track that manage to elevate the sheer cosmic nature of the song and a highly appealing manner. If you have an interest in psychedelic rock, be it progressive or not, this is a fine collection of material of classic tracks and forgotten Come On Do The Jerk - Various - Motown Gold Volume 1: 1963-1964-1965 from yesteryear as explored and performed by contemporary Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70.
Those with an interest for material of this kind should not be disappointed by the material presented here. The album has a strong opener from Big big train, Peace Will Come - Various - Love And Peace Festival never really let's go other than that track 4.
The song from Bellerophon is probably the first to surface, as there are many mood changes, which make you wonder if you're listening to the same band throughout. The flow continues thereafter, with some strong music, and the excellent vocalist from 'This winter machine' comes to the fore, sounding like Patrick Lundstrom Various - Le Sampler RockHard #70 Ritual.
I found this to be a good album, and very likeable. Amazingly, I bought two albums as a result of songs being on this album, namely albums by Gandalf's fist and Lyrian. Thankfully, both albums ended up being good, so the desired result was achieved. There's also a track from Bellerophon, who appear again, and make their presence felt on a later Prog magazine demo, P50 'Tales of the future'. The opening track from their debut is a pleasant, bluesy composition that emphasizes electric piano and flute.
Flute dominates on this one, a fresh and percussively strong little piece. Eloy, Genesis and Camel, never released an album, but a decent release was gathered from live and rehearsal room recordings. With a better sound quality it could have come very close to being an excellent symph prog discovery.
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