Frank Black

Frank Black - Hate Me: Wetlands New York City, 13th June 94 (1994)

Frank Black - Hate Me: Wetlands New York City, 13th June 94 (1994)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Not Guilty, NG 500794; unofficial | rec: 1994 | 450Mb

This quality live bootleg takes tracks from his first three albums "Frank Black", "Teenager Of The Year", "The Cult of Ray" and his self released Oddballs album, plus two from the excellent John Peel session with Teenage Fanclub. As usual not one bad track, if you don't immediately like this, then give it a few plays and I guarantee you will be going out buying his back catalogue.
Frank Black - The Black Sessions - Live In Paris - Plus The Kitchen Tapes (1995)

Frank Black - The Black Sessions - Live In Paris - Plus The Kitchen Tapes (1995)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Anoise Annoys anan cd7 | rel: 1995 | 420Mb

What we've got here is a live recording of Frank Black and his early backing band (Lyle Workman, Eric Drew Feldman, and Nick Vincent) on the Teenager of the Year tour. They did a French radio show called Les Black Sessions, and apparently decided to release the recording. This isn't a bootleg, though it does kind of look like one.

Frank Black - Teenager Of The Year (1994) |re-up|  Music

Posted by plonker at Jan. 28, 2016
Frank Black - Teenager Of The Year (1994)   |re-up|

Frank Black - Teenager Of The Year (1994)
Alt. Pop/Rock | EAC rip | WV: IMG+CUE+LOG -> 502 MB | mp3@VBR V0 (271avg) -> 136 MB
62:53 min | scans 600dpi | 3% recovery | FF&NF | 4AD DAD 4009 CD

A sprawling double album, Frank Black's Teenager of the Year builds on the clever, carefully crafted pop he forged on his solo debut and moves even farther away from the Pixies' sound. It feels like the album Black wanted to make since Bossanova…

Frank Black - Frank Black Francis (2005) [RE-UP]  Music

Posted by luckburz at Oct. 19, 2013
Frank Black - Frank Black Francis (2005) [RE-UP]

Frank Black - Frank Black Francis
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 553 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Imperial Records # TECI-26267-8 | Country/Year: Japan 2005
Genre: Rock, Electronic | Style: Leftfield, Indie Rock

2004 was the year that Charles Kitteridge Thompson IV seemed to finally find a balance between the legacy of his work with the Pixies and his separate identity as a solo artist. After all, that year's reunion with the Pixies could have only come about because he felt secure enough in his work as Frank Black to revisit the songs he wrote as Black Francis. The two-disc set Frank Black Francis also bridges the gap between his personas, offering a disc of solo demos recorded the day before the Pixies went into the studio to record The Purple Tape (half of which became Come on Pilgrim), and a disc of recent studio recordings with Pere Ubu and David Thomas collaborators the Two Pale Boys that revisits and reinvents some of the Pixies' key songs…
Frank Black & The Catholics - Frank Black & The Catholics (Play It Again Sam Records BIAS 370 CD) (B 1998)

Frank Black & The Catholics - Frank Black & The Catholics
FLAC | EAC, LOG & CUE | Artwork | Size: 403 MB
Cat#: Play It Again Sam Records BIAS 370 CD | Country/Year: Belgium 1998

Frank Black and the Catholics was the eponymous debut album from Frank Black and the Catholics. The backing group on this album performed on Black's previous album, The Cult of Ray, but the group name was first adopted on this release. The album was recorded live to two-track tape over the course of two days in 1997, but a protracted dispute with Black's label American Recordings, reportedly over the "raw" sound of the recordings, delayed its release for 18 months.
Frank Black - Frank Black Francis (Imperial Records TECI-26267-8) (2CD) (JP 2005)

Frank Black - Frank Black Francis (Imperial Records TECI-26267-8) (2CD) (JP 2005)
2005 | FLAC | EAC, LOG & CUE | 300dpi Artwork Scans | 637 MB

Frank Black - Svn Fngrs  Music

Posted by MangupSvalerDrugarcina at March 2, 2008
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Frank Black - Svn Fngrs
Cooking Vinyl, march 2008 | MP3 VBR 192k/44.1Hz/Joint-Stereo | Runtime 20:17 min | 30,5 MB

Franck Black Fast Man, Raider Man - Mp3-2006  Music

Posted by hedgehug at July 28, 2006
Franck Black Fast Man, Raider Man - Mp3-2006

date: 2006 | Mp3 - 256 Kpbs | Archive Winrar :2x86Mo
Arthur Brown with Jimmy Carl Black - Brown, Black & Blue (1988) [Reissue 2009]

Arthur Brown with Jimmy Carl Black - Brown, Black & Blue (1988) [Reissue 2009]
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue+log) - 243 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 85 MB | Covers - 71 MB
Genre: Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Lemon Recordings (CDLEM148)

Arthur Brown had practically owned the radio one summer with the insane hit "Fire" (1968), while Black was a former member of the Mothers of Invention, which under the leadership of Frank Zappa became perhaps the most notorious rock band in American history. These Austin sessions are more about the roots rock both Black and Brown love, and one could say they really didn't dig too far to find songs to cover, sticking to warhorses. Some listeners may find the list of titles a bit discouraging, in fact. Once past this roadblock, though, and the scenery gets nice as the musicians in the backseat find effective grooves and the two leaders keep things interesting, Brown with his original vocal style and Black with his soulful drumming.
Canned Heat - On The Road Again - BLACK BOX (2007) {2CD Box Set Weton-Wesgram BB2194 - live and re-recordings}

Canned Heat - On The Road Again - BLACK BOX (2007) {2CD Box Set Weton-Wesgram BB2194 - live and re-recordings}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 856 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 311 Mb
Full Artwork @ 600 dpi (png) -> 75 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2007 Weton-Wesgram | BB2194
Rock / Blues Rock

Canned Heat rose to fame because their knowledge and love of blues music was both wide and deep. Emerging in 1966, Canned Heat was founded by blues historians and record collectors Alan “Blind Owl” Wilson and Bob “The Bear” Hite. Hite took the name “Canned Heat” from a 1928 recording by Tommy Johnson. They were joined by Henry “The Sunflower” Vestine, another ardent record collector who was a former member of Frank Zappa’s Mothers of Invention. Rounding out the band in 1967 were Larry “The Mole” Taylor on bass, an experienced session musician who had played with Jerry Lee Lewis and The Monkees and Adolfo “Fito” de la Parra on drums who had played in two of the biggest Latin American bands, Los Sinners and Los Hooligans.