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Free – 1968 - Tons Of Sobs (2014 Japanese Limited SHM-SACD) [[email protected]] (Size: 1.01 GB)
 01. Over The Green Hills.flac15.06 MB
 02. Worry.flac67.49 MB
 03. Walk In My Shadow.flac68.46 MB
 04. Wild Indian Woman.flac72.2 MB
 05. Goin' Down Slow.flac162.62 MB
 06. I'm A Mover.flac56.23 MB
 07. The Hunter.flac82.87 MB
 08. Moonshine.flac95.49 MB
 09. Sweet Tooth.flac96.87 MB
 10. Over The Green Hills.flac35.64 MB
 11. Moonshine.flac94.96 MB
 12. Sweet Tooth.flac91.4 MB
 13. Woman By The Sea.flac61.52 MB
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Free – 1968 - Tons Of Sobs

(2014 Japanese Limited SHM-SACD) [[email protected]]



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Wikipedia:
Free was an English rock band formed in London in 1968, best known for their 1970 signature song "All Right Now". They disbanded in 1973 and lead singer Paul Rodgers went on to become a frontman of the band Bad Company along with Simon Kirke on drums. Lead guitarist Paul Kossoff formed Back Street Crawler and died from drug-induced heart failure at the age of 25 in 1976. Bassist Andy Fraser formed Sharks. The band was famed for its sensational live shows and nonstop touring. However, early studio albums did not sell very well – until the release of Fire and Water which featured the massive hit "All Right Now". The song helped secure them a place at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970 where they played to 600,000 people. By the early 1970s, Free was one of the biggest-selling British blues rock groups; by the time the band dissolved in 1973, they had sold more than 20 million albums around the world and had played more than 700 arena and festival concerts. "All Right Now," remains a rock staple, and had been entered into ASCAP's "One Million" airplay singles club. Rolling Stone has referred to the band as "British hard rock pioneers". The magazine ranked Rodgers No. 55 in its list of the "100 Greatest Singers of All Time", while Kossoff was ranked No. 51 in its list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time". Free was signed to Island Records in the UK and A&M Records in North America. Both labels became part of the PolyGram group in 1989, then Universal Music Group in 1998; UMG now controls the band's catalogue worldwide.



Tons Of Sobs (2014 Japanese Limited SHM-SACD)

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Artist: Free
Title: Tons Of Sobs
Format: SACD, Hybrid, Album, Stereo, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered, SHM
Producer: Guy Stevens
Release Date: March 14, 1968, (Japanese Limited SHM-SACD July 30, 2014)
Recorded: October and December 1968 at Morgan Studios, Willesden, London
Label: Island Records, Universal Records Japan
Catalog: UIGY-9564
ASIN: B00KBAT5H8
Genre: Rock, British Rock, Hard Rock, Classic Rock, Blues Rock, Electric Blues
Duration: 52:23

Wikipedia:
Tons of Sobs is the debut album by English blues rock band Free, released in the UK on 14 March 1969. While the album failed to chart in the UK, it did reach #197 in the US. Free are cited as one of the definitive bands of the British blues boom of the late 1960s even though this is the only album of their canon that can strictly be called blues rock. The title of the album does not relate directly to the content of the album; it is both a colloquialism of "lots of money", reflecting the swaggering attitude with which the album was made, and an oblique reference to the darker, more sombre moments of the record.

AllMusic Review by Dave Thompson:
Although Free was never destined to scrape the same skies as Led Zeppelin, when they first burst out of the traps in 1968, close to a year ahead of Jimmy Page and company, they set the world of British blues-rock firmly on its head, a blistering combination of youth, ambition, and, despite those tender years, experience that, across the course of their debut album, did indeed lay the groundwork for all that Zeppelin would embrace. That Free and Zeppelin were cut from the same cloth is immediately apparent, even before you start comparing the versions of “The Hunter” that highlight both bands’ debut albums. Where Free streaks ahead, however, is in their refusal to compromise their own vision of the blues — even at its most commercial (“I’m a Mover” and “Worry”), Tons of Sobs has a density that makes Zeppelin and the rest of the era’s rocky contemporaries sound like flyweights by comparison. The 2002 remaster of the album only amplifies the fledgling Free’s achievements. With remastered sound that drives the record straight back to the studio master tapes, the sheer versatility of the players, and the unbridled imagination of producer Guy Stevens, rings crystal clear. Even without their visionary seer, however, Free impresses — three bonus tracks drawn from period BBC sessions are as loose as they are dynamic, and certainly make a case for a full Free-at-the-Beeb type collection. Of the other bonuses, two offer alternate versions of familiar album tracks, while “Guy Stevens Jam” is reprised from the Songs of Yesterday box set to further illustrate the band’s improvisational abilities. As if they needed it.



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01. Over The Green Hills Pt. I - 1:01
02. Worry - 3:25
03. Walk In My Shadow - 3:20
04. Wild Indian Woman - 3:19
05. Goin’ Down Slow - 8:08
06. I’m A Mover - 2:49
07. The Hunter - 4:11
08. Moonshine - 5:01
09. Sweet Tooth - 4:43
10. Over The Green HillsPt. II - 1:53

SACD Bonus Tracks:

11. Moonshine (Alternate Vocal) - 5:09
12. Sweet Tooth (Early Take & Alternative Lyrics) - 4:53
13. Woman By The Sea (Alternative Version) - 3:30



Personnel:

Andy Fraser – bass guitar
Simon Kirke – drums
Paul Kossoff – guitar
Paul Rodgers – vocals

Additional Personnel:

Steve Miller – piano thumping



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My thanks to the original uploader



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