In memory of my dear old brother - Horringer Court 1982

The Pussyfoot

The Pussyfoot
The Pussyfoot by vocalist Terry Barfield

Tintern Abbey by Don Smith

Tintern Abbey by Don Smith
Tintern Abbey by Don Smith

The Carnaby

The Carnaby
By Andy Andrews

Sunday, 14 September 2008

After the fire...Unknown Suffolk Fair 1982

Just one more of my monochromes of the bygone age of East Anglian Fairs.

Aftermath of beer tent burning down (see below).

Click to enlarge photograph.

MRS. MAN - Andwellas Dream

Not a single I particular care for, but certainly a significatnt one, as it contains a non album release, Mrs Man, and is the rarest of their three single releases. Their album 'Love & Poetry' is considered a psychedelic great. Mrs Man is anything but psychedelic, instead more a country, laid-back effort. I include it here for interest only.

Released 29th August 1969.

Gentle Influence - 'Captain Reale'

This Oxford band produced just 2 singles, both with worthy B sides, strong vocals, big sound. This is their second release of 1969.

Friday, 12 September 2008

Henry Tudor (1967)

One more for tonight.

'Another Name for Nowhere' by Henry Tudor. Release date: 24th February 1967. I know absolutely nothing about this group other than the track is a Decca pre-release, and both tracks are attributed to 'jontony'.

Est-ce Que Je Suis

Ex Soft Machine (Australian) Daevid Allen's first venture with French-based Gong of 1969, recorded, and released in France only, on BYG.

Not for the faint-hearted.

Monday, 8 September 2008

APPLE - Buffalo Billycan

Probably England's foremost psychedelic band. No introduction needed.

A demonstration copy 18th October 1968.

Definitely back on tap!

Although this lot went up in flames circa 1982...another East Anglian fair.

Sunday, 7 September 2008

Music links gradually back on tap!

I have begun the laborious task putting back missing music files to all old posts. This might take up to a week. I will begin posting new material shortly too.

Another monochrome, East Anglia 1981?