One of my favorite LPs.
Yes Nick, his is truly an excellent start into the week-end.Now I know what I'll listen to after work ;)Thanks!
Fantastic !Thanks a lot, Nick ! I thought I knew every session done by Monterose ! I was wrong !
Thanks for this post. I have been looking for this lp for ages, so bless you !!!
Wow...this one doesn't turn up very often and I'm sure it will sound better than my current rip. Thank you very much for sharing it, Nick
Thank you !! I was looking for this !Please find and up Yosuke Yamashita's "Dancing Kojiki" as well.
Thanks Nick,a most welcome addition to my (limited) JR Montrose discography.
a big praise to you Nick for another rarity, good music also
thanks Nick, this is an awesome set!
Thanks Nick. Powerful stuff.
I only had one track from this beautie and was looking for the rest! Thanks so much!
Woww! Great post Nick, never thought I'd see this one.
One of my favorite artists - thnx Nick
Thanks a lot! As a kid I didn't had the money to buy this one. It was released by Hans Dulfer in 500 copies, and sold during concerts...
this one does look quite interesting.thanks a lot for posting.
Enjoying this more and more! Thanks again.
At last! I've been googling this LP up for years, to complete my JR collection (that only lacks the really obscure Croscrane releases).I've even got one recorded in my hometown of Rome, NY. JR hung out a lot in Upstate NY. Buried in Utica, I believe.Thanks so much, amigo!
looks like the links have expired. anyone mind re-upping? cheers
this one should work...http://dfiles.ru/files/8cc7zb8ucenjoy
Hello is it possible to have a correct post of this lp, the one available at http://dfiles.ru/files/8cc7zb8ucis not complete, the last track "rebirth part two" stop after 3 minutes.
onxidlib (and others),had this one for awhile, from here I think (all cuts fine at the time).Regardless, thanks for re-upping it for the cats who don't have it. Lots of this unsung great are really hard to find, especially this one.J.R. lives!
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