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Kaleidoscope from the height of psychedelia,
This review is from: Tangerine Dream (Audio CD)
Thanks to Repertoire for doing a wonderful job with the final documentation of England's most underrated psychedelic band. This is the first official release on CD of the group's first album, originally on Fontana, from 1967. Beatifully packaged, fully illustrated, with newly written liner notes by Chris Welch. The sound is probably as good as the master tapes allow. My personal favourite in the long The sky children - a real classic! And you get 6 bonus tracks taken from single releases. Three of them alternate versions of the album tracks (Flight from Ashiya, Holiday maker - A and B-sides of their first single, plus Please excuse my face, the B side of A dream for Julie)and the other three single releases (A dream for Julie (A-side), and Jenny Artichoke (A-side) plus Just how much you are (B-side). My only objection is that the Dutch single B mix of (Further reflections) In the room of percussion was not included. But then there is still room for future releases.The latter track (in its original album version) was included on Mojo's recent Psych out! compilation CD.