Sunday, December 16, 2007

Smoke (1968)

Produced by Kim Fowley and Michael Lloyd (of West Coast Pop Art Experimental fame) this album is a real gem. It's an amalgam of soft psychedelia and pop-sike on a high level. Nearly every song is a winner, only "The Hobbit Symphony" lose its bearings. Strangely the only known reissues were on EMI Greece (Sidewalk/EMI 062-2610441 / 1986) where this rip is from and recently on CD on the South Korean Acid Ray label. Read more about The Smoke here.

- Cowboys And Indians
- Looking Thru The Mirror
- Self-Analysis
- Gold Is The Colour Of Thought
- The Hobbit Symphony
- The Daisy - Intermission
- Fogbound
- Song Thru Perception
- Philosophy
- Umbrella
- Ritual Gypsy Music Opus 1
- October Country
- Odyssey

Michael Lloyd (lead vcls, bs, keyb'ds)
Stan Ayeroff (gtr)
Steve Baim (drms)

Band origin:
Los Angeles (California/US)

1. The Smoke (Sidewalk ST 5912) 1968

Get it here (Artwork included / vinyl rip)

Listen to Umbrella


Anonymous said...

I've read about this album in "Fuzz, Acid..." It's really actually pretty good. Thanks for posting this.

Anonymous said...

Thankyouverymuch, this is a little jewel in the great world of the 60's psych music.

Anonymous said...

Thanks, great post, music and blog.

Anonymous said...

Great thanks a lot for that!!!