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Periferic Records - Stereo Kft.      H-1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 59.   tel.: +36-1-385-63-43   
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Blonde On Blonde
Great Britain
 
 
Reflections on a Life psychedelic progressive progressive

Enlarge this picture! - Gareth Johnson / lead guitar, sitar, lute, electronic effects
- David Thomas / vocals, guitar, bass
- Graham Davies / vocals, guitar, bass, banjo
- Les Hicks / drums, percussion

1.Gene Machine
2.I Don't Care
3.Love Song
4.Bar Room Blues
5.Sad Song for An Easy Lady
6.Ain't It Sad Too
7.The Bargain
8.The Rut
9.Happy Families
10.No.2 Psychological Decontamination Unit
11.Chorale (Forever)
bonus track
1.Sad Song for An Easy Lady (cancelled single version)
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ECLEC 2573 CD 1971   16.00
 
 
Rebirth psychedelic progressive progressive

Enlarge this picture! Gareth Johnson - lead guitar, sitar, lute, electronic effects
David Thomas - vocals, guitar, bass
Richard Hopkins (aka Richard John) - bass, keyboards
Les Hicks - drums, percussion

1.Castles In the Sky
2.Broken Hours
3.Heart without a Home
4.Time Is Passing
5.Circles
6.November
7.Colour Questions
8.You'll Never Know Me
bonus tracks
1.Circles
2.Castles in the Sky (alternate version – previously unreleased)
3.Time is Passing (alternate version – previously unreleased)
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ECLEC 2572 CD 1970   16.00
 
 
Contrasts psychedelic progressive progressive

Enlarge this picture! - Gareth Johnson / lead guitar, sitar, lute, electronic effects
- Ralph Denyer / vocals, guitar
- Richard Hopkins (aka Richard John) / bass, keyboards
- Les Hicks / drums, percussion

Esoteric Recordings is pleased to release this new remastered edition of the classic Psych / Progressive album Contrasts by Blonde On Blonde.

Formed in 1967, the group signed to Pye Records the following year, following a series of legendary appearances at the Middle Earth club and a support slot for Jefferson Airplane on their first UK tour. The single All Day, All Night released in November 1968 was to become a sought after classic of the genre.

The band’s 1969 debut album was an equally fine work with many classic tracks such as Ride With Captain Max.

With original vinyl copies now reaching astronomical sums among collectors, this reissue is most welcome. This edition fully restores the original album artwork and adds both sides of the bands first single as bonus tracks.

1.Ride with Captain Max
2.Spinning Wheel
3.No Sleep Blues
4.Goodbye
5.I Need My Friend
6.Mother Earth
7.Eleanor Rigby
8.Conversationally Making the Grade
9.Regency
10.Island On an Island
11.Don't Be Too Long
12.Jeanette Isabella
13.All Day, All Night
14.Country Life
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ECLEC 2218 CD 1969   17.00