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Sunday, October 23, 2011

Psychedelic Sundaze #12













This week's installment of TPF, has a couple of distinct threads running through it. The first is it features three bands that are generally considered as the forerunners of Heavy Metal. Deep Purple (Pictured Above), Blue Cheer, and Steppenwolf were all instrumental in the development of "Heavy Metal" as a viable genre.

A second trio of bands featured here, were part of the so-called "Bosstown Sound": The Beacon Street Union, Eden's Children and Orpheus. Critics have not been to kind to these bands or the idea that the "Bosstown Sound" could ever have been as crucial to Rock & Roll as the San Francisco Sound. While none of these bands put out records on par with Santana (also featured on TPF12) or the Jefferson Airplane, they did put out some interesting records. Definitely worth a listen for anyone interested in the Psychedelia, and certainly as good or better as some of the second tier San Fran acts.


Happy Listening!

Tiny Purple Fishes: A Trip Through the First Psychedelic Era, Vol. XII

01. The Other Half, “Wonderful Day” [1968]. U.S. (California)
02. The Dave Clark Five, “When” [1965]. U.K. (England)
03. La De Das, “All Purpose Low” [1967]. New Zealand
04. Thor’s Hammer, “Heyrdu Mig Goda” [1967]. Iceland
05. Blue Cheer, “Gypsy Ball” [1968]. U.S. (California)
06. Pink Floyd (Waters), “Julia Dream” [1968]. U.K. (England)
07. Steppenwolf, “None of You’re Doing” [1968]. U.S. (California)
08. The Beacon Street Union, “My Love Is” [1968]. U.S. (Massachusetts)
09. Eden’s Children, “Awakening” [1968]. U.S. (Massachusetts)
10. Orpheus, “So Far Away In Love” [1968]. U.S. (Massachusetts)
11. Twink, “Ten Thousand Words in a Cardboard Box” [1970]. U.K. (England)
12. Santana, “Shades of Time” [1969]. U.S. (California)
13. The Wilde Flowers, “Impotence” [1966]. U.K. (England)
14. The Sorrows, “Pink, Purple, Yellow and Red” [1967]. U.K. (England)
15. Deep Purple, “Shield” [1968]. U.K. (England)
16. Spooky Tooth, “Bubbles” [1968]. U.K. (England)
17. The Spiders, “Back” [1970]. Mexico
18. The Moving Sidewalks, “Crimson Witch” [1968]. U.S. (Texas)
19. The 23rd Turnoff, “Leave Me Here” (Single Version) [1967]. U.K. (England)
20. Gandalf, “Can You Travel in the Dark Alone” [1968]. U.S. (New Jersey)

Total Time: 1:00:04

Download it here: Tiny Purple Fishes, Vol. XII

1 comment:

Jamie (tacobueno) said...

Thank you very much for these choice quality cuts....anytime.

8^)