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The Blue Thumb Recordings
We Are Ever So Clean
We Are Ever So Clean is the first album by Blossom Toes.
It is listed in Record Collector’s "100 Greatest Psychedelic Records".
Richie Unterberger: "One of the happiest, most underappreciated relics of British psychedelia."
Staircase To Nowhere - Rubble Collection 12 - Remastered
Too Much To Dream - Original Group Recordings: Reprise 1966-1967
The Electric Prunes
The Pretty Things
Parachute, released in 1970, is the fifth studio album by the English rock band Pretty Things, following S.F. Sorrow and preceding Freeway Madness. It is their first album without guitarist Dick Taylor.
Reviews at the time of release were very positive, with Billboard calling it "another top-flight album" for the band. In 1975, Rolling Stone critic Steve Turner even wrote that it had been "a Rolling Stone 'album of the year'," though in fact Parachute did not place among the magazine's Albums of the Year for 1970 or 1971, and indeed was not mentioned in Rolling Stone until Stephen Holden called it an "obscure underground classic" in his review of Freeway Madness.
The musicians involved were Phil May, Wally Waller, John Povey, Vic Unitt, Skip Alan.
The record was later packaged together with S.F. Sorrow as a double LP titled Real Pretty. In Canada, this album was on Motown Records.
Snapper Records released a 40th anniversary double CD in September 2010 which included acoustic reworkings of various tracks recorded in May 2010 by Wally Waller and Phil May.
Pulsating Dreams - The Epic Recordings
From Beginning to End
Speaking My Mind - New Rubble Volume 2 - Remastered
The Magic Rocking Horse - Rubble Collection 14 - Remastered
Another Day, Another Lifetime
The Great Conspiracy (Bonus Track Version)
The Peanut Butter Conspiracy
My Friend Jack Eats Sugar Lumps - An Anthology
White Faced Lady
White Faced Lady is an album by UK band Kaleidoscope. It is a concept album that tells the story of a pale-skinned girl named Angel, from her troubled youth to her sudden rise to fame as a movie star to her tragic decline and untimely death. Reportedly, it was inspired by the life of Marilyn Monroe, and indeed the final track name-checks Marilyn and Arthur Miller. As a rock opera, it follows the example of The Pretty Things' S. F. Sorrow rather than The Who's Tommy, with the liner notes telling the complete story and the songs expounding on key events. Many of the songs are tied together by brief musical segues.
The band worked on the album privately from 1970 to 1971. They had a deal in place to deliver the finished album to a record label for distribution, but the deal suddenly dissolved. The album went unreleased until 1991, when it was released by the band's own The Kaleidoscope Record Company. Many subsequent CD releases package the album with the previous Fairfield Parlour album From Home to Home.
Tomorrow Never Knows: Singles & Lost Sessions 1966-1968
The Huge World of Emily Small
From Home To Home (Deluxe Version)
I Can See the Light: The Fleur De Lys Singles Box Set
The Fleur De Lys
Circus Days: More Obscure Pop-Sike (1966-1970) - Volume 5
Eiderdown Mindfog - Rubble Collection 19 - Remastered
Long Years in Space
Freak Beat Fantoms - Rubble Collection 13 - Remastered
The Other Half
The Other Half
This Is the Magic Mixture (Remastered)
The Alan Bown
Glimpses Volume 3 - 60's Punk/Garage Comp - Remastered
Clear Light was the only studio album released by the 1960s Los Angeles psychedelic rock band, Clear Light.
Recording commenced in April 1967 at Elektra Recording Studio in Los Angeles. The majority of the material was complete during these sessions, but the developments were postponed to replace Robbie Robison on guitar. Instead of a new guitarist, the band recruited keyboardist Ralph Schuckett, and, following a month of concerts, the band returned to recording in Sunset Sound Recorders Studios. The studios had just recently upgraded from a 4-track to an 8-track. A highlight of the recording sessions was the band's psychedelic interpretation of the composition "Mr. Blue".
Clear Light was released in September 1967 and peaked at number 126 on the Billboard pop albums chart. It combined elements of folk, rock, psychedelic, and classical music. It is an AMG music pick, although the album was not a success at the time. The album featured the unique characteristic of including two leading drummers on their tracks.
Rebirth/Reflections Of Life
Blonde On Blonde
Introspection: A Faine Jade Recital
The Legendary Orgasm Album
Orgasm is John's Children's sole studio album, projected for release on 18 March 1967, and eventually released in September 1970. It was recorded at Advison Studios in London, England. Originally intended as a regular studio album, it was transformed into a fake "live" album by producer Simon Napier-Bell by dubbing audience screams lifted from The Beatles' movie A Hard Day's Night.
According to the liner notes by Chris Donovan in the 1982 Cherry Red Records reissue of the album, its release in the United States was stopped by the Daughters of the American Revolution, who objected to the title. When the album was finally released by White Whale in the U.S., the title "Orgasm" was covered up on the front cover and on the disc label. However, the title was forgotten to be removed from the LP spine, where it remained.
In Australia it was released as simply John's Children.
Fat Mattress is the debut self-titled studio album by English folk rock band Fat Mattress, released on 15 August 1969.
Reality is the debut studio album by British progressive rock band Second Hand, released in 1968. The album is sometimes considered to be one of the first progressive rock recordings, though the album The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack was released in late 1967. Most of the album material was actually written and recorded in early 1967, and the album can be said to be a few years ahead of its time and shows progressive touches much earlier than the classic artists of the genre such as Yes, Genesis and King Crimson.
A Candle For Judith
Live at the Fillmore 1969
Crossroads of Time
Eyes Of Blue
H. P. Lovecraft - Digitally Remastered
H. P. Lovecraft
Crazy Horse Roads (Remastered)
The Tangerine Zoo
The Tangerine Zoo
Follow Me Down: Vanguard's Lost Psychedelic Era (1966 - 1970)
The Legendary Goldstar Album & Golden Glass
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