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The Loved One - Various - Psychedelic Frequencies (CD)

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  1. Aug 20,  · Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year The Loved Ones performing 'The Loved One' on the ATV program The Go!! Show - broadcasted on the 24th of October Note: The Go!! Show.
  2. Apr 06,  · (10) The Final Cut () Rogers Waters hit us with his first solo album, “The Final Cut“, in petoboningguhartherstalviepresatrel.coinfo, wait, this was released under the name “Pink Floyd”, wasn’t it? The rest of the band members were nearly non-existent at this point (Richard Wright officially left), and Gilmour was delegated vocal work on the one and only single, “Not Now John“.
  3. Apr 13,  · I can’t see any reference to being remastered from original source on the cover, insert etc. I’d guess its from the CD although I only have the vinyl so can’t compare. It’s a nice package though. Vinyls are well pressed and quiet. Dynamic range and soundstaging is OK for the most part. Bit of a mixed bag between the various tracks.
  4. out of 5 stars VARIOUS: The Kaleidescope Collection: Psychedelic Frequencies Reviewed in the United States on May 21, I guarantee that no fan of psychedelic music from '67 to '70 has had all of these freaky, droning, yet viscerally-acerbic tunes flow past his/her ears -- they are indeed rare/5(4).
  5. The Context [CD4] by Globular, released 24 December 1. Expand Into the Void 2. Maringoni Flow 3. Initial Conditions 4. Timeless Vibration 5. Taking the Plunge 6. You The Progenitor 7. Making Time 8. For The Time Being (Drastic Early Iteration) 9. A Rude Awakening Causal Overload The Meticulous Science of Spreading Peanut Butter Missing: Psychedelic Frequencies.
  6. Apr 23,  · The album isn't perfect - but it comes damn close. Deadheads should enjoy the reinterpretations, some vitally different others faithfully reproduced. For anyone else this will provide a a cracking introduction to one of the most talented and best loved bands ever to have existed/5(64).
  7. Jul 07,  · The sound is very good--especially when you consider the various sources and years involved. The 36 page booklet has some good track by track information on the performers and the music, along with a number of period graphics. This booklet is one of the better ones I've seen in a while--very nicely done/5(53).
  8. Acid Rock was the heaviest, loudest variation of psychedelic rock. Drawing from the overblown blues improvisations of Cream and Jimi Hendrix, acid rock bands relied on .

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