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VA - Deep Ear (1974)

3-01-2016, 19:12
Folk | Rock | FLAC / APE | HD & Vinyl

Title: Deep Ear
Year Of Release: 1974
Label: Warner Bros. [PRO 591]
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Country Rock, Blues Rock
Quality: CBR 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks,vinyl)
Total Time: 1:31:16
Total Size: 254 mb / 561 mb

While there are plenty of new names to be found on Deep Ear, what had become apparent by the mid-70s was just how long Warners Bros. was willing to stand behind and support acts that still weren’t moving many units for the label. Artists like Randy Newman, Van Dyke Parks, Ry Cooder, Bonnie Raitt and others were, more often than not, given time to grow and develop – until they found their audience – a luxury not always afforded great recording artists. After all, guys like Newman don’t become sought-after, Grammy-winning, Disney soundtrackers overnight. The sad truth is that many of this collection’s now established talents would’ve been booted into oblivion as modern upstarts. That the Loss Leaders series continued to celebrate the unique and esoteric (under the guise of selling more vinyl) is one of the reasons these comps are still valid today. One of this set’s more unusual tracks is Van Dyke Parks’ composition, “Come To The Sunshine,” a minor hit for Harpers Bizarre that Warners had to borrow from MGM to even include here. Van Dyke specially edited the 1966 45 for inclusion, so it’s probably not available anywhere else in this form. That’s obviously for fans and collectors, and was not designed to sell records back in 1974. By the way, Van Dyke produces Little Feat’s essential “Spanish Moon,” too. The Maria Muldaur track comes from the 1972 movie, “Steelyard Blues.” Allen Toussaint writes and/or produces four tracks on Deep Ear, and pre-Sir George Martin produces America. Dr. Demento, who returns to compile, annotate and, in his own weird way, perform on Deep Ear, can be heard on the opening track introducing the album to follow. BIG thanks once again to Rebecca for ripping this rarity and scanning the artwork for all of us, for which we’re very appreciative.


Disc 1:
01. Good Rats - Back to My Music
02. James Taylor - Rock 'n' Roll Is Music Now
03. Jimmy Cliff - Music Maker
04. Richard Betts - Rain
05. Jesse Winchester - Wake Me
06. Elvin Bishop - Travelin' Shoes
07. Doug Sahm Tex Mex Trip - Groover's Paradise
08. Little Feat - Spanish Moon
09. Maria Muldaur - Do I Care
10. Adam Faith - I Believe in Love
11. Ry Cooder - Tattler
12. Lorraine Ellison - Walk Around Heaven All Days

Disc 2:
01. Wendy Waldman - My Love Is All I Know
02. Frankie Miller - Brickyard Blues
03. America - Tin Man
04. Arlo Guthrie - Me and My Goose
05. Randy Newman - Rollin'
06. Van Dyke Parks - Come to the Sunshine
07. Jesse Colin Young - Light Shine
08. Browning Bryant - This Is My Day
09. Tony Ashton & Jon Lord - We're Gonna Make It
10. Bonnie Raitt - What Is Success
11. The Peter Peter Ivers Band - Alpha Centauri
12. John Hartford - Boogie
13. The Meters - Jungle Man
14. Wet Willie - Keep On Smilin'

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dubuqueblues69   User offline   3 January 2016 20:19

Wow. I never knew there were so many of these!!!!! I have 7 or 8 of them myself and was wondering when someone might take on this task. It is much appreciated!!!! Do you have (or going to post) the one called "Alternatives"?? It's from 1970 (but a single album) and have many of my favorite rock and folk artists. I had never seen it before but picked it up for a buck in my local record store. Being a buck, it is nowhere near mint but a decent vg+. Or perhaps I have missed this one you may have posted??? Anyway, thanks again. Cheers.

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wintergreen   User offline   3 January 2016 21:27

I never hear of Alternatives. Do you mean Zapped? That's a favorite of mine. See the whole list at

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dubuqueblues69   User offline   4 January 2016 05:17

Quote: wintergreen
I never hear of Alternatives. Do you mean Zapped? That's a favorite of mine. See the whole list at

Yes, I love Zapped as well!

Here is Alternatives :

I had never seen or heard of it before a few weeks ago. Guess it isn't part of the same series. It has all the info about the various bands written out like the others though. It's a great one. Anyway you could reup "Shlagers" in flac? The links are dead. Thanks in advance!! And thanks again for these!

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wintergreen   User offline   4 January 2016 07:05

I have been grabbing the mp3's. I have Schlaggers in mp3 form if you get desperate. I'm surprised at how fast these links die. It's incredible.

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dubuqueblues69   User offline   4 January 2016 20:01

Quote: wintergreen
I have been grabbing the mp3's. I have Schlaggers in mp3 form if you get desperate. I'm surprised at how fast these links die. It's incredible.

Yea I don't get it. Who is pulling these???? It's not like these are available and being sold in your local record store right now (except perhaps used copies). I appreciate it my friend. I will get back with you if I can't find the lossless somewhere. May even just try to find the album somewhere and buy it. I've gotten all the others except Shlagers. Maybe I will rip "Alternatives" and post it. I've ripped many but never posted because I'm not sure if i'm quite pro enough yet!!!

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Aleko   User offline   5 January 2016 13:08

Thank you for the series
could you provide details rip?

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