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  • favorite psych-folk-rock lps...

    just wonder what your favorite 7 (i really don't know why seven, but if you want you can put out more:-) psych-folk-rock lp's are.
    maybe i start with mine first, good idea? ok, they are:

    street - s/t (verve 1968)
    thorinshield - s/t (philips 1968)
    simon caine - s/t (rca 1970)
    steve davis - music (rca 1970)
    air - s/t (embryo 1971)
    shades of black lightning - s/t (tower 1968)
    mannfred mann - chapter three (polydor 1969)

    ...
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    Yeah, anyone got a spare of Shades of BL, I've been outbid about ten times on that.
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    • #3
      How much you willing to pay for a copy, my mate has a spare !!

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      • #4
        These probably swing a bit towards the sunshine pop side of things:

        Love Exchange - S/T (Tower)
        Love Generation - Groovy Summertime (or is it self-titled?) (Imperial)
        Jeff Monn - Reality (Vanguard) - Ex-Third Bardo singer
        Free Design - Kites are fun (Project 3)
        Wendy and Bonnie - Genesis (Skye)
        Beacon Street Union - A Clown died in Marvin Gardens (MGM)
        Bob Lind - Photographs of Feelings (Imperial?)

        That's seven, but there's plenty more!

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        • #5
          oh, and one that I should have mentioned:

          Del Shannon - The further adventures of Charles Westover (and what a bloody ripper it is too)

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Sergio Paradise
            Beacon Street Union - A Clown died in Marvin Gardens (MGM)
            now that is a fucking great record!!!!!!
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Sergio Paradise
              These probably swing a bit towards the sunshine pop side of things:

              Love Exchange - S/T (Tower)
              Love Generation - Groovy Summertime (or is it self-titled?) (Imperial)
              Jeff Monn - Reality (Vanguard) - Ex-Third Bardo singer
              Free Design - Kites are fun (Project 3)
              Wendy and Bonnie - Genesis (Skye)
              Beacon Street Union - A Clown died in Marvin Gardens (MGM)
              Bob Lind - Photographs of Feelings (Imperial?)

              That's seven, but there's plenty more!

              Jamie.

              oh yeah....the wendy and bonnie lp....how could i forget?!?! thats really a wonderful record!
              don't know that beacon street union one. has to be a hot one. hard to find? what is it like?
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              • #8
                Originally posted by effi_deep
                don't know that beacon street union one. has to be a hot one. hard to find? what is it like?
                Hmmm. It verges on garage rock and psych and even jazz without really being any of them. It reminds me of Blues Magoos or 'Underground' era Electric Prunes but more orchestrated and ambitious. I believe 'Ultimate Spinach' who were also a Boston group (and who once had Chevy Chase in the band I think) are kind of similar too, though i've only heard a smidgeon.

                The Jeff Monn album 'Reality' is sore of similar and just as good IMO. If you like his Third Bardo stuff it's quite similar though not nearly as garagey. It's arranged by the great Peter Schiekle (or however you spell it) and seems really underrated, perhaps because it's not strictly garage psych like his classic earlier single.

                There is another Beacon Street Union album I have but it's not quite as good to my ears. Both BSU records are cheap on the Bay, or at least were a few months ago - around $10US.

                Jamie.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Sergio Paradise
                  Hmmm. It verges on garage rock and psych and even jazz without really being any of them. It reminds me of Blues Magoos or 'Underground' era Electric Prunes but more orchestrated and ambitious. I believe 'Ultimate Spinach' who were also a Boston group (and who once had Chevy Chase in the band I think) are kind of similar too, though i've only heard a smidgeon.

                  The Jeff Monn album 'Reality' is sore of similar and just as good IMO. If you like his Third Bardo stuff it's quite similar though not nearly as garagey. It's arranged by the great Peter Schiekle (or however you spell it) and seems really underrated, perhaps because it's not strictly garage psych like his classic earlier single.
                  sounds great to me! cause i really dig the electric prunes...and of course third bardo too. and it merges three great styles of music (you told), so...it's a good one to grab for me, i think!:-)
                  thanks a lot jamie!
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                  • #10
                    Would the 'Pride' lp by Axelrod be considered Folk/Psyche?If so i'm including that one for sure..... and my friend would love a copy on vinyl if anyone has a spare? even a reissue if there are any
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