Chris Farlowe

Chris Farlowe With The Hill - From Here To Mama Rosa (1970) [Reissue 2010] (Repost)

Chris Farlowe With The Hill - From Here To Mama Rosa (1970) [Reissue 2010]
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - 371 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 148 MB | Covers - 22 MB
Genre: Progressive Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Flawed Gems (GEM 29)

The Hill band was established in 1969 by former members of The Thunderbirds shortly afterwards as Chris Farlowe disbanded his backing band (and moved no the U.S.). Initially, this LP was entirely composed and completed by the Hill (which included guitarist Steve Hammond from Fat Mattress, organist Peter Robinson from Quatermass and cellist Paul Buckmaster), but at the last minute Chris Farlowe has returned to the fold and his vocals were added to the instrumental background. As a result they created a great, soft-progressive album, sometimes reminiscent of works of Procol Harum, the earliest Elton John, but also The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown…
Chris Farlowe & The Thunderbirds - Born Again (1986)

Chris Farlowe & The Thunderbirds - Born Again (1986)
rock | 1cd | Eac Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Inakustik POK 8015 CD | rel: 2009 | 345mb

Born Again was the second phase of Chris Farlowe's return to recording after almost a decade away from his own career – the production is more opulent than the sound on its predecessor, Out of the Blue, but he still holds his own as the blackest-sounding white soul singer most of us have ever heard. The title track, "One Night Stand," and "Never Too Old to Rock" are the highlights, but there's not a bad song here, with Farlowe in top form.

Chris Farlowe - Hotel Eingang (2008)  

Posted by uff at Dec. 11, 2012
Chris Farlowe - Hotel Eingang (2008)

Chris Farlowe - Hotel Eingang (2008)
rock | 1cd | Eac Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Rokoko ROK8012CD | 370Mb

Veteran British soul man Chris Farlowe, who turned 68 shortly before the release of this album, his first new studio recording in five years, is more than four decades removed from his brief period as a U.K. pop star in the mid-'60s, and he has long since reverted to the bluesy style he had used before then, back in the days of Chris Farlowe & the Thunderbirds, before "Out of Time" gave him his only chart-topper. On Hotel Eingang, he leads an effective guitar/organ/bass/drums quartet, with some occasional horns, background vocals, and a harmonica joining in. The songs either sound like old electric blues and R&B numbers or really are.
Chris Farlowe with The Hill - From Here To Mama Rosa (1970) [Reissue 2010]

Chris Farlowe with The Hill - From Here To Mama Rosa (1970) [Reissue 2010]
EAC Rip | FLAC (IMG+CUE+LOG) | 377 MB | Complete HQ Scans 600 dpi JPG included | MP3 Lame 320 CBR | 145 MB
Genre: Psychedelic Progressive Rock | RAR 5% Rec. | Label: Flawed Gems (GEM 29) | Filepost, Depositfiles

The Hill band was established in 1969 by former members of The Thunderbirds shortly afterwards as Chris Farlowe disbanded his backing band (and moved no the U.S.). Initially, this LP was entirely composed and completed by the Hill (which included guitarist Steve Hammond from Fat Mattress, organist Peter Robinson from Quatermass and cellist Paul Buckmaster), but at the last minute Chris Farlowe has returned to the fold and his vocals were added to the instrumental background. As a result they created a great, soft-progressive album, sometimes reminiscent of works of Procol Harum, the earliest Elton John, but also The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown! Unfortunately, when the album was released (in September 1970) Chris Farlowe was already in Colosseum and the story was over…

Chris Farlowe - Farlowe That! (2003)  

Posted by uff at May 13, 2011

Chris Farlowe - Farlowe That! (2003)

Chris Farlowe - Farlowe That! (2003)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Delicious Records | 370Mb

Chris Farlowe's (born John Henry Deighton and also known as Little Joe Cook) early bands are The Thunderbirds and Colosseum. He is probably best known for his hit singles "Out of Time", which rose to No. 1 in the UK in 1966, and, as Little Joe Cook, "Stormy Monday". Farlowe joined Atomic Rooster in February '72 and sang on both Made In England and Nice N' Greasy '73. His very much unique style of vocals led Rooster up to '74. After Atomic Rooster, he has continued recording and performing as "The Chris Farlowe Band" and others.
Chris Farlowe - 14 Things To Thinks About (1966) Expanded Reissue

Chris Farlowe - 14 Things To Thinks About (1966) Expanded Reissue
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 314 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 189 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Blue-Eyed Soul, British Invasion, Rhythm & Blues, Pop/Rock | Repertiore | # REP 4280-WY | 01:17:05

The London born soul singer known as Chris Farlowe has long been highly rated by his fellow artists. You'll find a big Otis Redding influence on performances like in the Midnight Hour and Mr. Pitiful on this 1966 album, which also features his hit song Think. This expanded reissue features the original 14 track album plus 12 bonus tracks.

Chris Farlowe - At Rockpalast (2006) [Repost]  

Posted by juanchito at June 22, 2014
Chris Farlowe - At Rockpalast (2006) [Repost]

Chris Farlowe - At Rockpalast (2006)
DVD9 | NTSC 720x480 (16:9) 29.97fps 7000kbps | Audio: LPCM 48000Hz stereo 1536kbps | 5% Recovery | 7.84 GB
Blues, Rock | Length: 100 min | Uploaded/Uploadable/Bitshare/Freakshare | Links are interchangable
Chris Farlowe - Out of Time: The Immediate Anthology (2000) [Reuploaded]

Chris Farlowe - Out of Time: The Immediate Anthology (2000)
Rock | 2cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Castle Music/Immediate NEECD 310 | 980Mb

In his own time on Immediate Records, British soul shouter Chris Farlowe's output was sliced and diced and re-compiled so many times that no one even remembers the names of his original albums for the label (not that those were any better or more coherent – Immediate founder Andrew Oldham was always so busy trying to exploit Farlowe any way he could, as one of the two or three best-selling talents on his label). Out of Time, subtitled "The Immediate Anthology," is the solution, its 49 songs drawn equally from Farlowe's singles, B-sides, EPs, and LP tracks, with the quality of the performances the only real deciding factor.

Chris Farlowe - At Rockpalast (2006)  

Posted by uff at Feb. 6, 2013
Chris Farlowe - At Rockpalast (2006)

Chris Farlowe - At Rockpalast (2006)
rock | 1cd | Eac Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
inakustik INAK 9077 CD | 530mb

More than 40 years into his career, Chris Farlowe proves he can still deliver a superb show with this live performance, running just over an hour, that captures the '60s/'70s U.K. soul legend near top form. Farlowe is still a soul shouter with the best of them, even if he has to make a few concessions to the calendar at age 66. The key to his success, ranging through material from across his history (including one original, "I Don't Want to Sing the Blues No More"), is that his voice has held up, and he still feels the music inside. And some of the songs represented here, such as "Out of Time," actually work better than they did in their original recordings – Farlowe has, fortunately, outlived the worst excesses of some of the periods in which he recorded, and has lived to put down updated (and upgraded) renditions of various chunks of his history, with a solid lean and mean band.
Chris Farlowe - Hungary For The Blues (2000) REPOST

Chris Farlowe - Hungary For The Blues (2000)
rock | 1cd | Eac Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
SPV 99942 CD | 550mb

Still possessed of one of the crunchiest growls in rock, Chris Farlowe divides his time these days between the sporadically re-formed Colosseum and a solo career that just won't quit. Hungary for the Blues spotlights the latter, a live set recorded at the Gastroblues Festival Parks in Hungary (hence the awful pun of the CD title) back in 2000, and it's as powerful a representation of his live show as you could hope for. Spinning back and forth throughout his career, the repertoire hits all the high spots. "Out of Time," "Handbags and Gladrags," and a terrific take on the Small Faces' "All or Nothing" spin him back to the days when he was a bona fide pop star; a clutch of bluesier numbers (a deliciously protracted "Stormy Monday," "This Guitar Don't Lie," "Lonesome Road") exemplify the music that he's always loved the best; and Randy Newman's "I Think It's Gonna Rain Today" and Glenn Frey's "Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed" remind listeners just what a great ear for a song Farlowe's always had.