mercoledì 30 settembre 2015

AREA : L'AVANGUARDIA PUO' AVERE LE SUE STARS? / LIVE A MILANO E ROMA

AREA  : L'AVANGUARDIA PUO' AVERE LE SUE STARS? / LIVE A MILANO E ROMA


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AREA 1976 : DA PARIGI AL....CAOS! Di MANUEL INSOLERA
MAGGIO 1975 - AREA : LA POLEMICA TRA DEMETRIO STRATOS E RICCARDO BERTONCELLI SUL MENSILE GONG
AREA DI RICERCA & AUTODIFESA / INTERVISTA ESCLUSIVA A STRATOS,FARISELLI e TOFANI Di Roberto Masotti
AREA : DALL'"AREA" DEL FREE JAZZ Di ENZO CAFFARELLI Da CIAO 2001 Del 973
AREA:L'ENIGMA HA MESSO RADICI  Di Peppo Del Conte
AREA/Anteprima - IL "CRAC" DOPO LA RIVOLUZIONE  Di Armando Gallo
AREA ZONA RADIOATTIVA di Renato Marengo 


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UNA VULCANICA INUOVA IDEA Di Mario Luzzatto Fegiz
PREMIATA FORNERIA MARCONI : PFM...ORA TOCCA ALL'AMERICA! Di Michael Pergolani
PREMIATA FORNERIA MARCONI (PFM) - COMPLETE SESSION FOTOGRAFICA TRATTA DAI PROVINI SU PELLICOLA DAL VIVO A SAINT VINCENT AOSTA ITALY IL 4 MAGGIO 2007 Prima Parte Di Danilo Jans 
CRONISTORIA DELLA TERZA RASSEGNA DI MUSICA CONTEMPORANEA A CIVITANOVA MARCHE 1973 Di Fiorella Gentile e S.Sas.
OSANNA : PULCINELLA BALLA IL ROCK Di Paolo Ansali 
IL 1° BE-IN A NAPOLI,WIGHT A CASA NOSTRA Di Fiorella Gentile,Dario Salvatori,Maurizio Baiata e Piero Togni 
BATTIATO : SULL'ONDA DELLA MUSICA Di Maurizio Baiata
AKTUALA : IL CANTICO DELLA JUNGLA e VIAGGIO NEL MAROCCO Di Marco Ferranti e Enzo Caffarelli 
FORMULA 3 : LA VIRTU' NON STA NEL MEZZO e UNA FORMULA SENZA BATTISTI Di Enzo Caffarelli 
LA NOTTE CHE DA IGGY POP MI TRASFORMAI IN SYD BARRETT Di Danilo Jans Capitolo Primo : Ho vissuto quando tutti erano vivi
BANCO DEL MUTUO SOCCORSO - L'ALBUM DELLA LIBERTA' / ANTEPRIMA Di Ferranti e Di Silvestro
POP FESTIVAL VILLA PAMPHILI Di Fernando Fratarcangeli
SPECIALE SANTAMONICA ROCK FESTIVAL - L'AUTODROMO RIBOLLE ROCK - 1974
ROVESCIO DELLA MEDAGLIA : IL DIRITTO DEL ROVESCIO Di Enzo Caffarelli e Piero Togni 
MUSEO ROSEMBACH : APERTURA CON ZARATHUSTRA Di Manuel Insolera
SAINT JUST - BALLI DI CORTE E ARPEGGI DI CHITARRA di GIORGIO RIVIECCIO
DAL VIVO - I CONCERTI A RIMINI DEL 1974 di ALAN SORRENTI IBIS e KEITH JARRETT in Articolo e Audio Di Enzo Caffarelli e Danilo Jans
PREMIATA FORNERIA MARCONI DOPO L'AMERICA Di Enzo Caffarelli
BANCO DEL MUTUO SOCCORSO - Tavagnasco Torino Italy 1998
foto DANILO JANS
GARYBALDI - COMPLETE SESSION FOTOGRAFICA TRATTA DAI PROVINI SU PELLICOLA DAL VIVO ALLA COMPAGNIA DEI MOTORI AOSTA ITALY 1995 Secomda Parte Di Danilo Jans 
BANCO DEL MUTUO SOCCORSO - Tavagnasco Torino Italy 1998

1973 : RECENSIONE DI BIRDS OF FIRE DELLA MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA
JOHN McLAUGHLIN & MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA : BISOGNA SUPERARE I CONFINI DELLA MENTE PER USARE LA TESTA Di Marco Fumagalli
TRA IL NULLA E L'ETERNITA'...LA MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA SI E' SCIOLTA Di Enzo Caffarelli
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2012/10/tra-il-nulla-e-leternitala-mahavishnu.html
MILES DAVIS - COMPLETE SESSION FOTOGRAFICA TRATTA DAI PROVINI SU PELLICOLA DAL VIVO ALL'ARENA CROIX NOIRE AOSTA ITALY 1988 Di Danilo Jans
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2013/01/miles-davis-complete-session.html
MIKE STERN - COMPLETE SESSION DAL VIVO AL BABYLONIA DI PONDERANO BIELLA ITALY 5 MAGGIO 2005 Prima Parte Di Danilo Jans
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2012/11/mi.html
SAGGIO INTORNO ALLA NERA ANIMA DI MESSER FRANCESCO VINCENZO ZAPPA Di Riccardo Bertoncelli  
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2013/01/saggio-intorno-alla-nera-anima-di.html
DAEVID ALLEN : VOCI DAL PIANETA GONG Di Riccardo Bertoncelli
HENRY COW - L'IMMAGINAZIONE SENZA FILI Di Riccardo Bertoncelli
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/11/henry-cow-limmaginazione-senza-fili-di.html

martedì 29 settembre 2015

MEGAPOST - LESLIE WEST E I MOUNTAIN : UN SOUND DURO CON UNO SPARO IN MEZZO + BONUS LIVE AUDIO CONCERT LIVE FILLMORE EAST NEW YORK CITY 31 OCTOBER 1969 EARLY & LATE SHOW


Mountain is an American hard rock band that formed in Long Island, New York in 1969. Originally comprising vocalist and guitarist Leslie West, bassist/vocalist Felix Pappalardi, keyboardist Steve Knight and drummer N. D. Smart, the band broke up in 1972 and has reunited frequently since 1973, remaining active today. Best known for their cowbell-tinged song "Mississippi Queen", as well as for their performance at the famous Woodstock Festival in 1969, Mountain is one of many bands to be commonly credited as having influenced the development of heavy metal music in the 1970s. The groups musical style primarily consisted of hard rock, blues rock and early heavy metal.

1969–1972
In early 1969 Leslie West, formerly of the Long Island R&B band The Vagrants, put together a band, Leslie West Mountain (a reference to his then-large size), with Norman Landsberg (keyboards, bass) and Ken Janick (drums) and began playing concerts. Right around this time, former Cream collaborator Felix Pappalardi expressed an interest in producing West's work.West, previously disgruntled and unsatisfied with the lack of success he desired in his first project, found Cream to be a great inspiration. He began to feel disillusioned with the R&B and Blues scenes of the 1960s that he previously played in. West immediately dropped the style and envisioned a project that would take on a rawer and much harder style of Rock N' Roll which he had begun to favor. The resulting solo album by Leslie West, Mountain, featured Pappalardi, Landsberg and former Remains drummer N.D. Smart. The album spotlighted West's raw vocals and melodic, bluesy guitar style, and Pappalardi's bass lines were prominent throughout. According to West, when Pappalardi asked what would be next, West suggested the pair go on the road. The group was heavily influenced by seminal British blues-rock band Cream (with which Pappalardi had been a frequent collaborator: he produced Disraeli Gears, Goodbye and Wheels of Fire, also contributing viola, brass, bells and organ to the latter) and also comprised keyboardist Steve Knight, who was added after Landsberg left to form another group, Hammer, with Janick.
Naming themselves Mountain after West's album, West, Pappalardi, Smart and Knight played shows on the West Coast before getting to play their fourth concert as a working band at the 1969 Woodstock Festival in Bethel, New York. Mountain was received enthusiastically by the festival audience but the band did not appear in the film of the event, nor was their performance included on volume 1 of the festival's live album. Their performances of "Blood of the Sun" (from West's album) and "Theme for an Imaginary Western" (a song they planned to record for Climbing and co-written by former Cream bassist Jack Bruce) did appear on the second volume of Woodstock performances. The 40th Anniversary Edition of Woodstock on DVD and Blu-ray features filmed performances of Beside The Sea and Southbound Train.
Soon after Woodstock, Smart was replaced by Canadian Laurence "Corky" Laing, who was the drummer on the classic Climbing!, which was released in March 1970.[1] It led off with what became the band's signature song, "Mississippi Queen", which reached #21 in the Billboard Hot 100, and was featured in the 1971 cult film Vanishing Point, while the album reached #17 in the Billboard Top 200.
Mountain began a hectic touring schedule in the middle of which they recorded a follow-up album, Nantucket Sleighride, released in January 1971. This album reached #16 but failed to yield a hit single. The title track was used in the UK as the theme to ITV's Sunday political program Weekend World.[3] After these early releases the band continued to receive a certain measure of critical acclaim but never again achieved great commercial success.
After Nantucket Sleighride, the band produced Flowers of Evil (November 1971) consisting of one side of studio material and one live side, culled from a concert at New York's Fillmore East.
Mountain disbanded in February 1972 after a tour of the UK. West has since cited a combination of drug abuse within the band and Pappalardi's road weariness and burgeoning hearing impairment as primary factors. A live album, Mountain Live: The Road Goes Ever On, was issued in April 1972.
Pappalardi returned to studio work, while West and Laing formed West, Bruce and Laing with former Cream bassist Jack Bruce.Their first American performance was a Carnegie Hall concert, prompting a bidding war that Columbia Records won, and the new trio cut two studio albums and a live release over the next two years. After Bruce suddenly pulled out of the trio in 1973, West and Laing continued on briefly as Leslie West's Wild West Show.

Post-1972
By August 1973, West and Pappalardi had reformed Mountain with Allan Schwartzberg on drums and Bob Mann (ex Dreams) on keyboards and guitar; the new lineup toured Japan and produced a double live album, Twin Peaks (February 1974), from the tour. The studio work Avalanche (July 1974), for which Laing returned to play drums and David Perry became the new second guitarist (from November 1973 to September 1974), would be Mountain's final album with Pappalardi as a participant; the group broke up again after playing a final show at Felt Forum in NYC on December 31, 1974
On April 17, 1983, Gail Collins Pappalardi, Pappalardi's wife and songwriting partner (she had designed many of the band's album covers and wrote many of their lyrics), shot Pappalardi in the neck in their fifth-floor East Side Manhattan apartment. He was pronounced dead at the scene and Collins was charged with second-degree murder. Later cleared of that charge, she was convicted of the lesser criminally negligent homicide and sentenced to 16 months to four years in prison. After her release from jail, she vanished into private life.
After pursuing separate musical paths for almost a decade, West and Laing reunited Mountain, recruiting Miller Anderson (ex-Savoy Brown & Keef Hartley) on bass in 1981. Anderson was replaced in 1984 by Mark Clarke and the reunited group recorded Go For Your Life (March 1985)  (The album was dedicated to Pappalardi's memory). But Mountain went dormant again after this until 1992, when West and Laing teamed up once again and brought in Richie Scarlet (known for his work with Ace Frehley, Sebastian Bach and his multiple solo records) to round out the line-up. Scarlet was replaced with Randy Coven in 1993 and in 1994 there was a Mountain lineup that included West, Laing, Noel Redding (ex-Jimi Hendrix Experience) and special guest guitarist Elvin Bishop. By 1995, the 1984-85 Mountain line-up of West, Laing & Mark Clarke were back and recorded Man's World in 1996. In 1998 things went quiet in the Mountain camp again until 2001. That year, with Scarlet back in the lineup, the band recorded Mystic Fire. which was released in 2002.
In 2003 West and Laing authored a book of recollections entitled Nantucket Sleighride and Other Mountain on-the-Road Stories detailing their time with the band at its peak and their subsequent careers.
Mountain's video game debut came in 2007 on RedOctane's Guitar Hero III, featuring "Mississippi Queen" as a playable track. The song is also featured in the Harmonix video game Rock Band, although the version featured is a cover of the studio recording.
Their most recent album is 2007's Masters Of War, featuring twelve Bob Dylan covers and a guest appearance from Ozzy Osbourne.
The band headed out on the road during October and November 2008 on a North American tour opening for Joe Satriani,and with former Michael Schenker Group member Rev Jones on bass. A review of the San Diego House of Blues date covered the Mountain set, including "Blowing In The Wind" from the Masters of War album, with enthusiasm. Of the Satriani set, the reviewer was also pleased with the blues influence he felt Mountain brought to the evening, and with West joining in a Satriani-led, closing "Stormy Monday" and "Going Down" blues jam.
Fellow Long Island native Howard Stern has called Mountain one of his favourite bands and has occasionally played their music on his show. Other Mountain fans include John McLaughlin,[9] Johnny Ramone, Karma to Burn, comedian Dennis Miller, and John Frusciante (the Red Hot Chili Peppers track "Readymade" off 2006's Stadium Arcadium features a Mountain-influenced riff). Martin Barre, guitarist for Jethro Tull has stated in interviews that Leslie West was a direct influence on his playing.
The beginning of the live recording of their song "Long Red" has become one of the most sampled drum breaks in hip hop, sampled in songs by EPMD, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, A Tribe Called Quest, Nas, Kanye West, Game, among many others.
Beastie Boys are also noted for their use of a brief sample of "Mississippi Queen" on the track "Lookin' Down The Barrel Of A Gun" off of their sample-heavy 1989 album, Paul's Boutique.

MEGAPOST - LESLIE WEST E I MOUNTAIN : UN SOUND DURO CON UNO SPARO IN MEZZO + BONUS LIVE AUDIO CONCERT LIVE FILLMORE EAST NEW YORK CITY 31 OCTOBER 1969 EARLY & LATE SHOW

Mountain 
Fillmore East, 
New York,NY 
October 31,1969 

Cd1 

Early Show 

1-Blood Of The Sun 
2-Dreams Of Milk And Honey 
3-Theme For An Imaginary Western 
4-Long Red 
5-Stormy Monday 
6-Baby I'm Down 
7-For Yasgur's Farm 
8-Never In My Life > Drum Solo > Silver Paper > Dirty Shoes > Never In My Life

Cd2 

Late Show 

1-Blood Of The Sun 
2-Long Red 
3-Theme For An Imaginary Western 
4-Dreams Of Milk And Honey 
5-Baby I'm Down 
6-Stormy Monday 
7-Never In My Life > Drum Solo > 
8-Silver Paper > Dirty Shoes > Never In My Life 



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LA NOTTE DEI CHITARRISTI CON INTERVISTE A LESLIE WEST DEI MOUNTAIN e PHIL MANZANERA DEI ROXY MUSIC Di Paolo Battigelli
MOUNTAIN : HARD ROCK A VALANGHE Di Enzo Caffarelli 
DICK WAGNER : ANCHE WAGNER SUONA IL ROCK Di Gianni Della Cioppa
15 SETTEMBRE 1973 IL CONCERTO DI CRYSTAL PALACE : CON LOU REED,BECK BOGERT & APPICE,JAMES TAYLOR,BACK DOOR,TONY JOE WHITE Ecc.Di Michael Pergolani + Bonus
WISHBONE ASH 1974 : DOPO UN ANNO DI SILENZIO Di Trashwoman e Giancarlo Messora
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/09/wishbone-ash-1974-dopo-un-anno-di.html
SPIRIT : LA LEGGENDA CONTINUA...INTERVISTA Di Armando Gallo e SPIRIT IN ACID Di Johnny Black
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/08/spirit-la-leggenda-continuaintervista.html
GLI SPIRIT  Di Eddy Cilìa
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/gli-spirit-di-eddy-cilia.html
E' MORTO A 68 ANNI ALVIN LEE : CINQUE ARTICOLI DI Romano Belletti,Enzo Caffarelli,Maurizio Baiata,Giorgio Rivieccio e Nicola Bandini
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/e-morto-68-anni-alvin-lee-cinque.html
JOHN CIPOLLINA A MILANO! Di Aldo Pedron Fabio Nosotti e Max Stefani
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/john-cipollina-milano-di-aldo-pedron.html
BUDDY MILES & RANDY HANSEN - COMPLETE SESSION DAL VIVO AL MAGAZZINO DI GILGAMESH TORINO ITALIA 1997 Seconda Parte Di Danilo Jans
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/buddy-miles-randy-hansen-complete_17.html
LOVE : IL VICOLO CIECO DELLA LEGGENDA Di Michael Pergolani e Giancarlo Messora
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2014/01/love-il-vicolo-cieco-della-leggenda-di.html
JORMA KAUKONEN & HOT TUNA - COMPLETE SESSION TRATTA DAI PROVINI FOTOGRAFICI SU PELLICOLA DAL VIVO AL PARCO DELLA PELLERINA DI TORINO ITALY 1994 Prima Parte Di Danilo Jans
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/jorma-kaukonen-hot-tuna-complete.html
LITTLE FEAT : SUONANDO (MAGNIFICAMENTE) CON I PIEDI / INTERVISTA Di Giacomo Valducci
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/08/little-feat-suonando-magnificamente-con.html
I DOORS AL FESTIVAL DI WIGHT IL 29 AGOSTO 1970 Di Greg Shaw
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/07/i-doors-al-festival-di-wight-il-29.html
GARYBALDI - COMPLETE SESSION FOTOGRAFICA TRATTA DAI PROVINI SU PELLICOLA DAL VIVO ALLA COMPAGNIA DEI MOTORI AOSTA ITALY 1995 Secomda Parte Di Danilo Jans
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/10/garybaldi-complete-session-fotografica.html
The GROUMDHOGS - COMPLETE SESSION DAL VIVO AL FOLK CLUB TORINO ITALY 1994 Prima Parte Di Danilo Jans
http://helaberarda.blogspot.it/2012/09/the-groumdhogs-complete-session-dal.html
SAYOY BROWN UN NUOVO SUPERGRUPPO Di Andrea Drake
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/sayoy-brown-un-nuovo-supergruppo-di.html
DEREK AND THE DOMINOS (ERIC CLAPTON-CARL RADLE-BOBBY WHITLOCK-JIM GORDON)
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/derek-and-dominos-eric-clapton-carl.html
HIRAM BULLOCK - Babylonia Biella Italy 2005
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/hiram-bullock-complete-session.html
1989 : MUORE JOHN CIPOLLINA L'ULTIMO DEGLI HIPPY
ROBIN TROWER HA APERTO GLI OCCHI OLTRE LE BARRICATE Di Enrico Gregori
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/10/robin-trower-ha-aperto-gli-occhi-oltre.html
MONTROSE : LE LAMIERE GIGANTESCHE Di Armando Gallo
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/08/montrose-le-lamiere-gigantesche-di.html
RORY GALLAGHER : UNA NOTTE DI TRIONFO Di Michel Pergolani
http://musicitaly70.blogspot.it/2013/05/rory-gallagher-una-notte-di-trionfo-di.html

domenica 27 settembre 2015

LA REDAZIONE Di HELABERARDA PRODUCTION

LA REDAZIONE Di HELABERARDA PRODUCTION

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CATALOGO DI HELABERARDA e ALTRI BLOG GEMELLATI / SUPER LINKS SECONDA PARTE
CATALOGO DI HELABERARDA e ALTRI BLOG GEMELLATI / SUPER LINKS PRIMA PARTE
http://mondopopolare2.blogspot.it/2014/11/super-links-from-helaberarda-production.html

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LIVE IN ITALY
CROSBY STILLS NASH & YOUNG ITALY
EARLY SANTANA ITALY
MONDO POPOLARE 2
HELABERARDA
MONDO POPOLARE
foto DANILO JANS
DANILO JANS ART
MUSIC ITALY 70
PONT SAINT MARTIN ALTERNATIVA
THE LOST CONCERTS
ROCK RARE COLLECTION FETISH