Stellar Tracks of the Moment

Since some of you have been patiently awaiting the answer to last week's Plain Brown Wrappers, I decided to reveal that for you today. Like I said before, those of you who guessed that this was not an American band were definitely on the right track. Nathan (N0) knew the answer right away, but was kind enough not to spoil the fun for the rest of the readers out there.
Drumroll please... The answer is:

Dun- Eros-
Way Out-of Print
This record was originally released in 1981, but it received a brief reissue in 2000 with four bonus tracks, and then again in 2006 as a French import. Three of the bonus tracks are early live takes from the original album. Unfortunately, this was to be the first and last album to surface from this complex prog band from France. When I checked Amazon, it only came up with one new copy at $122.61, and one used copy at $49.95. If you have the coin, this one is obviously well worth the money. Otherwise, just enjoy this copy I have uploaded for your listening pleasure.

I debated whether it was best to post the following tracks on Ear Fuzz or Eclectic Grooves, and I just decided to bless the Eclectic Grooves readers with a batch of stellar tracks. These are songs that I would consider showstoppers, facemelters, mind-blowers( Insert your own adjective for what you would call them). I would love to hear what some of the tracks are that you would consider to be in this category.

Eddie Fisher-
Jeremiah Puckett
Lavice and Company- Thoughs Were the Days
Association P.C- Phenis
JD & The Evil's Dynamite Band- Kalhari
The Mayfair Set- Desert Fun

Please click here to download these songs in one file.

Two things that are on the horizon: a long overdue I Hear a New World podcast focusing on the talented female musicians that are currently shaking my foundation, and some full-album downloads that are sure to bring a smile to your face.

Until, then, enjoy the tunes I have posted today.

Your comments are always appreciated!


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