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    Posted: March 16 2006 at 15:10
Anybody out there who knows the great spacerock band Group 1850? I love them, especially "Paradise Now" (1969) and "Live" (1974). It is about time they are featured on PA !!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 16 2006 at 15:41

I completely agree with you!!!

GROUP 1850 is a psych/prog band that should be in Prog Archives.

Paradise Now 1969

Paradise Now
(1969)

Paradise Now 1978
Paradise Now
(1978)

Tracks:

  1. Paradise now (D. van Bergen, P. Sjardin) [5:22]
  2. Friday I'm free (D. Duba, P. Sjardin) [2:54]
  3. Hunger (D. van Bergen, P. Sjardin) [4:54]
  4. Circle (D. Duba, P. Sjardin) [1:08]
  5. Lonelyness (D. Duba, D. van Bergen, P. Sjardin) [2:16]
  6. Martin en Peter (M. van Duinhoven, P. Sjardin) [1:55]
  7. ?! (D. Duba, P. Sjardin) [7:03]
  8. Purple sky (D. Duba, P. Sjardin) [10:53]

Musicians:

  • Peter Sjardin: Organ, vocals, flute
  • Dave Duba: Guitar
  • Dolf Geldof: Bass Guitar
  • Martin van Duinhoven: Drums
  • DaniŽl van Bergen: Guitar

Live 1974
Live
(1974)

Tracks:

  1. Paradise now (D. Duba, P. Sjardin) [2:04]
  2. Years in every day (D. Duba, P. Sjardin) [5:23]
  3. Between 18 and 50 part VII (D. Duba, P. Sjardin) [15:11]
  4. Purple sky (D. Duba, P. Sjardin) [4:59]
  5. Noyas congas (N. Noya, P. v. Wageningen, P. Sjardin) [5:08]
  6. Verandering (P. Sjardin) [15:51]

Musicians:

  • Peter Sjardin: Organiser, vocals, sound effects
  • Dave Duba: Guitar, vocals
  • Dolf Geldof: Bass guitar
  • Paul van Wageningen: Drums

Polyandri 1975
Polyandri
(1975)

Tracks:

  1. Jojo (P. Sjardin)
  2. Between eighty and fifty: part 1850 (P. Sjardin)
  3. Flower garden (P. Sjardin)
  4. Thousand years before (P. Sjardin)
  5. Starfighter (P. Sjardin)
  6. Silver earring (P. Sjardin)
  7. Patience (P. Sjardin)
  8. USSR (P. Sjardin)
  9. Cages (P. Sjardin)
  10. Avant les pericles (P. Sjardin)
  11. Pumping up the rubber trees (P. Sjardin)

Musicians:

  • Barry Hay: Flute (on [6])
  • Hans Dulfer: Saxophone
  • Marc Boon: Guitar
  • Neppy Noya: Percussion
  • Paul van Wageningen: Drums
  • Peter Sjardin: Organiser, piano, vocals, flute
  • Frank van de Kloot: Guitar
  • Dave Duba: Guitar
  • Leo Benninck: Guitar
  • Dolf Geldof: Bass guitar
  • Martin van Duinhoven: Drums and percussion
  • Maarten Lucas Troost: Piano and voice

Live on Tour 1976
Live On Tour
(1976)

Tracks:

  1. Aperitive [7:23]
  2. Hoes DĎúvre [7:19]
  3. Main dish [8:13]
  4. Side dish [24:05]
  5. Dessert [6:21]

Musicians:

  • Peter Sjardin: Organisor
  • Hessel de Vries: Fender piano, synthesizer
  • Neppy Noya: Congas
  • Arthur Ebeling: Guitar
  • Paul van Wageningen: Drums

Great single tracks
Great single tracks
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Tracks:

  1. Zero (D. van Bergen, P. Sjardin) [3:29] (1968)
  2. Frozen mind (D. van Bergen, P. Sjardin) [3:40] (1968)
  3. Donít let it be [3:13] (1970)
  4. Sun is coming [2:57] (1970)
  5. We love life (Like we love you)  (D. van Bergen, P. Sjardin) [4:29] (1968)
  6. Little fly (D. van Bergen, P. Sjardin) [4:17] (1968)
  7. I know (La Pensť) (D. van Bergen, P. Sjardin) [3:12] (1967)
  8. I want more (Fingertips)  (P. Sjardin) [2:04] (1967)
  9. Mother no-head (H. van Hemert, P. Sjardin) [3:25] (1967)
  10. Ever ever green (P. Sjardin, H. van Hemert) [3:17] (1967)
  11. Have you ever heard [3:27] (1971)
  12. Fire [2:32] (1971)
  13. Look around [2:37] (1966)

Musicians:

  • Beer Klaasse: Drums
  • Peter Sjardin: Keyboards, vocals, flute
  • DaniŽl van Bergen: Guitar
  • Ruud van Buren: Bass guitar
  • Dave Duba: guitar
  • Martin van Duynhove: Drums

Guest: Hans van Hemert: Vocals (on [9])

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 16 2006 at 15:43
Hi Andrew, did you visit my website to get these pictures/information? Nice.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 16 2006 at 15:52

Originally posted by Agemo

Hi Andrew, did you visit my website to get these pictures/information? Nice.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 16 2006 at 15:53
Australian label Progressive Line did release their first two albums on a single CD. I own a copy.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 16 2006 at 16:07

All the Group 1850 albums are released on cd. In the list you gave, you have forgotten their debut album Agemo's Trip To Mother Earth (1968). It is released on cd by Pseudonym and Rotation. Paradise Now is released on cd by Free. Both Live and Live On Tour are released by Progressive Line and Polyandri is released on cd by Twilight Tone. I have all of them, except Polyandri, which I can't find.

Which one is your favourite?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 17 2006 at 08:19

Ops sorry, i forgot their first album

I like very much "Paradise Now" and "Live On Tour", even "Live" (1974) is nice.

 

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What do you think of Agemo's Trip To Mother Earth?
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