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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band Part 1, 29 Feb 2004
This review is from: Part One (Audio CD)
Released in 1967, Part 1 is a fantastic mix of West Coast harmonies and weirdness. Anyone who loves inventive '60's music will be thrilled with this CD. High points include "Help I'm a Rock", sounding even better than when The Mothers of Invention did it, and "Transparent Day" which conveys a wonderful atmosphere of idyllic psych. pop. If you love the whole 60's thing, go for Part 1 and THEN get Part 2!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars WCPAEB PT ONE, 6 April 2008
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A. Glaser "plaiser14" (London) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Part One (Audio CD)
This CD is consistency good, there are some wonderful songs, the sparsely constructed opening track " Shifting Sands" is quite haunting, and the percussive beating heart sound of " I Won't Hurt You", like the first song has an earnest feel to it.The post Apocalyptic song " Will You Walk with Me" is reminiscent of Love and " Help, I'm a Rock" is a genuine contender to the Mother's orginal and the intriguing lyrics of "1906" are suitably weird, living up to the Pop Art title of the group. "Transparent Day" is pop orientated and breezy. The anthemic "Here's Where you Belong" is like a statement of intent , that only asks for you to buy their follow up CD's, yes music can be that engaging and linear. So enjoy
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5.0 out of 5 stars west c p a e b vol one, 8 Oct 2013
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I have all three vols of this band. but stand out one is this one. superb from beginning to end. reminds me of another album I have saggitarius, present tense which I say you buy too !! also have a look at fever tree as well. jangly guitars and harmony voices aplenty. if you don't buy this--you will miss out on some good 1960s music. a highly underrated band in my opinion.
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