Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Frumious Bandersnatch - Golden Sons Of Libra [The Studio Outtakes] (1968)

Originally from Lafayette/California they moved to San Francisco and picked up the typical sound of the city. I must confess that I'm not really into the music that "Big Brother & The Holding Company" or "Grateful Dead" did (although I respect their "Anhtems Of The Sun" and "Aoxomoxoa" albums). And now you know what's the deal here... long jammings with endless lead guitar interpretations. I think there are a lot of you out there who appreciate this record more than I do.

- Hearts To Cry • alternate version
- Chain Reaction
- Pulpit Hough
- Cheshire • full-length version
- Woodrose syrup
- Can-A-Bliss • full-length version

David Denny (lead gtr, vcls) [ACDEF]
Brian Hough (bs) [AB]
Jack King (drms, vcls) [ABCDEF]
George Tickner (gtr) [AB]
Kaja Doria (vcls) [B]
Bret Wilmot (lead gtr) [B]
Ross Valory (bs, vcls) [C]
Jimmy Warner (lead gtr, vcls) [CD]
Bob Winkelman (gtr, vcls, bs) [CDEF]
Jack Notestein (bs, vcls) [DE]

Band origin:
Lafayette (California) → San Francisco

1. (D) Hearts To Cry/Misty Cloudy/Cheshire
   (Muggles Gramophone Works FB-A/B) 1968

Get it here (Artwork included / vinyl rip)

Listen to Hearts To Cry [alternate version]


Anonymous said...

for the compatriot blogger with the same name than this album.
Finally what was your opinion on B Trimble album.Can't read it because after my sympatic comments was ejected the same day from the private site.
Salut et merci pour ton eventuelle reponse.

Anonymous said...

Hello Buffalo.
I'm in the people who love this kind of San Francisco music with long and good guitar playing.It make me think at another band:GOLD. Grateful Dead is also for me a strange situation;I ordered last week the 9cds box of winterland 1973 and I'm sure I'll never open it.I missed a few years ago the selling of "complete Fillmore" a 10cds box who reach very hight prices now.Speculation?,no because I will not sell my last order certainly more a strange(stupid)collector attitude.

Anonymous said...

Really fantastic acid music. Many thankx for this record.

Anonymous said...

Wow ultra acid west coast sounds!!! Another great post here. I'm a Faintly-fan


Anonymous said...

Well for me, this will be a treat to my ears...thank you for letting me hear it.....all the best.

Anonymous said...

why bother posting music you dont like?

Anonymous said...

I don't care that you don't like the music - that's just honesty on your part. Thanks for posting it. But next time, post it on a service that doesn't jack the consumer around so much. This one tries to trick you into downloading some other weird-ass software. Rapidshare is about the worst of the bunch.