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Amazon.com: 4 reviews
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Wow, I'm flashing man! 12 Sep 2005
By Paul Benda - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Hot Dawg! Here's one way cool release from Mr. Saxon & friends and a total flashback to a time when music was still good. Apart from the modern sound quality of the recording, it sounds like it was written & played in 1967. The trademark Seeds FUZZ & cheesy organ are all there --- in spades! Lyrics are great, check out "Fools on Capital Hill" and "Judge with a Bomb". Especially a hoot is "Violet Ray" -- any song with fuzz 'n' phasing about flying saucers & world peace is OK in my book.

Songs run from red-hot surf-style pounders with lotsa shouts, laid-back bluesy excursions, syrupy Doors-style crooners, and even a nice stoned country-rock ending. This is good stuff, course I still listen to all my old Seeds wax anyway. I'd rank this slab right behind their debut. These guys definitely don't need any formaldehyde to keep going.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
GREAT FUN WITH BRAND NEW SONGS THAT SOUND AS IF THEY ARE FROM 1963-1967!! 10 Sep 2011
By Zilla - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is an absolutely wonderful album!! I somehow missed this release in 2004. I bought the CD and the vinyl last week and have played them every day since then.
Everything about this is just great. The digipak CD opens on the left AND on the right for a double spread. The CD itself is designed to look like a 45 single.
The music, the performances, the lyrics and the sound quality are all top notch.
I grew up in the 1950's and during the 1960's I bought every rock and psychedelic album as they came out. This album is a missing link with new songs sounding EXACTLY like songs circa 1963-1967 with emphasis on 1965-1967.
The standouts for me are "Fools on Capitol Hill", which was valid in the 60's as much as it is today; and "Uncertainty" with it's unrelenting organ and fuzz swirl.
But every cut is enjoyable and fun. And that's the key: fun. That's what made buying albums in the 1960's so enjoyable and that's exactly what this album offers.
Sample a few tracks, or better yet just buy the 2 tracks I mention above. Once you hear them you will definitely want to buy the entire album.
Right now there are sellers on Amazon offering brand new copies of this CD at insanely low prices. Pick one up- you'll be very happy you did!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
SKY SUNLIGHT SAXON! 5 Dec 2013
By Smrz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This 2004 British import cd contains 11 tracks with a duration of 48 minutes. This is late-period Sky "Sunlight" Saxon, with an entire new band with all personnel different from the 60's era Seeds. Upon first hearing this cd, I was rather surprised at how much Sky's voice had weakened, but after repeated plays, I became quite used to the change in his voice. Sky just sings on this release. The other members of the group are Rick Collins on Bass and vocals, David Klein on keyboards, Mark Beligraph on lead guitar and Norman Cabrera on drums and other percussion. The songs are all written by Sky & The Seeds. The sound here is very similar to what The Seeds were creating in 1966 and 1967. The themes here are also similar but also expand into other areas such as World Peace, Saving the animals, gun control, trashing the justice system, and even space aliens. Once again, the sound is filled with swirling organs, fuzz-guitar, and overall, very 60's garage-psychedelic Rock. Some of the quality tracks here are the opener, "101 Colorized Bottles", "Fools On Capital Hill", which makes fun of Congress with it's refrain of "Yada-Yada Yada-Yada", "Uncertainty" , which features some nice fuzz-guitar and phasing, "Cracking Ice", "Cynical Watcher Mr. Peep", which features the refrain, "Save all the animals", "Violet Ray", with the refrain of "No war, no guns, world peace now", and "Judge With A Bomb", where Sky criticizes the justice system with his refrain of "hard hard time for a petty crime". So, all in all, Mr. Saxon seemed to have embraced some social commentary attacking various injustices with this late period release. After getting used to the changes in his voice, one can actually enjoy the tunes much more than when initially heard. One should just not expect to hear Sky's strong vocals such as they sounded in 1966-1967. Sky passed on June 25, 2009, at the age of 71. I, for one am glad that he chose to carry the torch in keeping the sound and themes of the 60's very much alive. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! SMRZ!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Sky Saxon disc 3 Jan 2010
By J. Viglione - Published on Amazon.com
Sky Saxon was an original and this album, along with his Transparency release show that the rock veteran still had a lot of visionary ideas to share with us. I'm glad Amazon chose to utilize my editorial review from A M G on their site. This is a record that remembers a key point: that music is supposed to be fun.
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