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Interesting in parts,
This review is from: Sometimes I Wonder: the Psychedelic Pop Sound of President (Audio CD)
sike-tinged pop rather than commercial psychedelia. The better songs have them sounding like more luminous contemporaries - Barratt-era Floyd, Small Faces, Kinks and whispers of the West Coast. Not the attack, or dare say menace from any Stones song of the era. The Symbols borrow Ringo's langourous drumming and pick a up a lick left on the floor from the Rubber Soul sessions (Again). The Exception pull off an asounding feat of appropriating the Doors' sound in a great pastiche, even to singing about Fy-re! (Woman of the Green Lantern). I liked Price Rick and Sheridan's Lighting Never Strikes, a fair West Coast rocker. So that's at least 3 or 4 new tracks for the playlist - just about worth the entry price, for lots of it is just drivel.
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Initial post: 12 Oct 2012 15:45:47 BDT
Lewis Dye says:
She Trinity had Pauline Moran as a member I believe - an actress well known as the sexy Miss Lemon in 'Poirot' and as a terrifying ghost in the original TV version of the 'Woman in Black'.
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