DISC ONE: We Are Ever So Clean Released: October 1967 1 Look at Me, I’m You 2 I’ll Be Late for Tea 3 The Remarkable Saga of the Frozen Dog 4 Telegram Tuesday 5 Love Is 6 What is It For? 7 People of the Royal Parks 8 What On Earth 9 Mrs Murphy’s Budgerigar 10 I Will Bring You This and That 11 Mister Watchmaker 12 When the Alarm Clock Rings 13 The Intrepid Balloonists Handbook, Volume 1 14 You 15 Track for Speedy Freaks (Instant Digest LP) Bonus tracks 16 Everybody’s Talking (studio out-take) 17 I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight (A- side of single, released in March 1968) 18 Look At Me, I’m You (instrumental track) 19 I’ll Be Late for Tea (instrumental track) DISC TWO: Live at Philipe’s Club, Stockholm – 26th August 1967 1 Listen to the Silence 2 Electricity 3 Captain Trips 4 Love Us Like We Love You 5 The Remarkable Saga of the Frozen Dog 6 Woman Mind 7 Smokestack Lightning 8 First Love Song DISC THREE: Demos And BBC Sessions Autumn 1967 – Spring 1968 1 Collects Little Girls (first demo) 2 Hometime (first demo) 3 Looking Up I’m Looking Back (first demo) 4 Mister Watchmaker (BBC Radio One “Top Gear” session – 23rd October 1967) 5 What On Earth (BBC Radio One “Top Gear” session – 23rd October 1967) 6 The Remarkable Saga of the Frozen Dog (BBC Radio One “Top Gear” session – 23rd October 1967) 7 Jim Cregan Interview / Love Is (BBC Radio One “Top Gear” session – 25th March 1968) 8 I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight (BBC Radio One “Top Gear” session – 25th March 1968) 9 Collects Little Girls 10 Backstreet 11 Ever Since a Memory 12 Going Home 13 Hometime 14 Looking Up I’m Looking Back 15 Penny And The Pennies
• NEW REMASTERED 3CD EXPANDED SET OF THE CLASSIC 1967 ALBUM BY BLOSSOM TOES • WITH 27 ADDITIONAL BONUS TRACKS DRAWN FROM LIVE RECORDINGS, DEMOS AND BBC RADIO SESSIONS • PLUS AN ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET FEATURING AN ESSAY AND INTERVIEW WITH BRIAN GODDING AND JIM CREGAN Released in October 1967, ‘We Are Ever So Clean’ was the wonderful debut album by Blossom Toes, one of Britain’s most imaginative bands of the late 1960s. Originally known as The Ingoes, the band featured Brain Godding (guitar, vocals, keyboards), Jim Cregan (guitar, vocals), Brian Belshaw (bass, vocals) and Kevin Westlake (drums, percussion). Signing to Giorgio Gomelsky’s newly formed Marmalade Records label in 1967, the band recorded their debut masterpiece throughout the Summer of that year. Upon its release, ‘We Are Ever So Clean’ was described by Melody Maker as “Giorgio Gomelsky’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, although this was unfair. While the album did indeed reflect the style of the burgeoning British psychedelic rock movement, the album revealed Blossom Toes to be an innovative and highly original work with such classic tracks as ‘Look At Me I’m You’ and ‘What On Earth’. Sadly overlooked at the time of its release, ‘We Are Ever So Clean’ is now regarded as one of the greatest psychedelic rock albums ever made. This expanded Esoteric Recordings edition has been newly remastered and features 27 additional bonus tracks drawn from a live performance in Stockholm in August 1967, rare singles, demos and BBC sessions. The set fully restores the original album artwork and features a booklet with an essay featuring exclusive interviews with Brian Godding and Jim Cregan.
|Genre :||British invasion, Psychedelic|
|Décennie :||60's ROCK|
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