MAGIK DAYZE LP PRIVATE HARD ROCK char-el galileo RUSH
Multiple Russian and Ukraine based “free” music download sites offer music to stream or download with no royalties paid to the artists.
I googled “Magik Dayze” and was shocked to find the complete album, 1978, plus additional Magik Dayze bootleg tracks on various sites located in Russia, Ukraine, Greece and Japan. Some of the sites charge money to download the pirated music while most stream and download for free. The amount of music there is quite extensive.
The site musicmobi.ru has this to say.
“MusicMobi – contemporary music portal covering the “indecent” complete collection of music of various genres. Here you can listen to the songs and download music to your computer for free. All songs are presented on the site, carefully sorted by artist and album. We offer high-quality music mp3-format wide variety of styles, genres and styles. In order to listen to songs for free online mode, you just need to use the convenient search filter and select the desired track, album, or a genre. We can listen and download new songs without restrictions. There is no limit on the number of downloadable music. Moreover, you do not even need to register!”
So much for international copyrights.
MusicMobi is a new site but is growing quickly in popularity according to alexa.com.
Please help artists by buying music only through legitimate outlets.
An Ebay sale from March, 2013. This one sold to the UK. Winning bid: US $140.10, Approximately £85.53.
“Up for bids is a RARE, Private, 1978 pressing of the LP Magik Dayze. All original as I found it and untouched. Vinyl is scratchless VG++ but has medium surface dust. The VG cover has slight wear with all sides tight. The LP retains all its promo materials that include, a lyric sheet, hand written note and envelope and the original inner sleeve. The two sided lyric sheet is printed but the note appears to be hand written and signed in felt pen by Robin Evans. Also the song listing on the back of the LP cover appears to be hand written by the same band member. This is a rare opportunity to acquire this private hard rock gem in its complete form, bid NOW. See PICS . Check out past sales on this rare LP on Popsike. No reserve! Shipping will be Media for USA . Priority for Canada and all other world countries. Not responsible for worldwide mail handlers loss or damage. Will register if requested ( $15.00 USD ) Local pick up always welcome. Any questions please ask at least 12 hours before the end of the auction.”
Popsike.com is a great resource to research vinyl sales
The boys are back in the studio on the West Coast and the Midwest tracking and producing an album of new music due to hit juke boxes and ipods across the universe this summer. Chris Stoll at Zeta Studios in Toledo will be finalizing the mixing and mastering of the new CD. At the same time production is under way on several archival projects that were recorded at Katherine Drive Studio in Huntington Beach, CA, IAM Studios in Irvine, CA and a live concert collection. Look for these releases and an intergallactic tour later in the year.
We’re excited to announce that the CD of the 1978 Uncle Dirty’s session is in the final stage of completion. Freshly remastered and spruced up for 2012 it includes the tracks from the original vinyl pressing plus three additional songs – Sea Me Home, Love is the Key and Lucy. A 12 page insert booklet contains lyrics and photos from the session and performance photos shot by Steve Hough. The first 100 copies of this limited edition will also be signed by the band members during our private reunion show on May 26, 2012.
Please comment to this post to get your copy. I will notify you when they are ready to ship.
Extremely rare self-published album available at Rockaway Records in Los Angeles, CA.
The 12″ vinyl LP is listed at a sale price of $200. Brothers Wayne and Gary Johnson began re-selling albums in 1979 after attending one of the legendary record swap meets in the Capitol Records parking lot in Hollywood. What began as a hobby more than 30 years ago, quickly turned into a business when they were virtually forced to open a store, if only to house their growing collection!
Rockaway purchased “Rainbow Records”, a small well-known record store in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles. They now started selling new and used records and cassettes in addition to collectibles. Rockaway grew so quickly, they had to move 2 more times, finally settling into the present Silver Lake location in 1992.
In 1984 another brother, Alan, opened a Rockaway in Mesa, Arizona. Sadly, that store is now closed. Then in 1992, yet another brother, Scott, opened a Rockaway in Brisbane, Australia.
While nearly every independent record store (and many chains) in Los Angeles has closed, Rockaway is flourishing. Wayne and Gary are aggressively acquiring extensive record industry collections and purchasing personal collections of CDs, records, DVDs, concert-related items, tour programs, toys, as well as rock ‘n’ roll promo items and collectibles. Frequently paying five and six figures for valuable collections, Rockaway recently paid $600,000 for a single collection of vinyl and $150,000 for a CD collection. Continue reading “Magik Dayze Vinyl Spotted at Rockaway Records”
Another “sad to be leaving town” song. Features excellent lyrics and lead vocal by Robin. Nice overdrive on the guitar solos with just the right amount of Mellotron orchestration. A tight bottom end rhythm drives this song down the road.
A song about a boy and his guitar.
This song is about missing the one you love and getting back home as soon as possible. Robin wrote and sings this heartfelt tune with a nice callout on the talk box in his guitar solo. The usual tight rhythm section with nice Mellotron and synth flavorings.
Magik Dayze were huge fans on Hendrix and played a version of Purple Haze and Foxey Lady in their show. It’s only natural that Robin would write a tribute song to the life of Jimi. Ironically, Robin wrote and played this song on a black Les Paul and only later added a Strat to his arsenal. Black Lightning features Doug on vocals and no Charles. Actually, this song was written when the band was between keyboard players and performed for a short time as a trio.