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    Main » 2014 » August » 1 » Beacon Street Union ~ 1968 ~ The Eyes Of The Beacon Street Union + 1968 ~ The Clown Died In Marvin Gardenz
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    Beacon Street Union ~ 1968 ~ The Eyes Of The Beacon Street Union + 1968 ~ The Clown Died In Marvin Gardenz
    Beacon Street Union ~ 1968 ~ The Eyes Of The Beacon Street Uniongenre: psych
    country: us
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    time: 1:19'39"  size: 459 mb

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    This group, part of the 'Bosstown Sound', were energetically promoted in 1968. Their debut album, though often pretentious, was a mini-psychedelic masterpiece. The material, a mixture of acid rock, blues, and ballads, was usually original and often interesting. The album is recommended. Their second effort continued in a similar vein, but contained the orchestrated Clown's Overture and Angus Of Aberdeen. Also of note on the album were a sixteen minute version of Baby Please Don't Go, a most unusual track entitled May I Light Your Cigarette? and a version of the Carl Perkin's classic Blue Suede Shoes. The back cover of this album pictures the band walking on top of a cloud and their strange music was undoubtedly largely drug-induced. Either or both albums are well worth checking out and both met with some commercial success.
    Beacon Street Union ~ 1968 ~ The Clown Died In Marvin GardenzWright, Ulaky and Rhodes all played for Eagle, who issued an album for Janus Records. Then in 1977, John Lincoln Wright released a country music album titled Takin' Old Route One. Wright has pursued a career as a country singer and remains a popular entertainer today in the New England area. ~ (Vernon Joynson / Steve Panter / Max Waller / Stephane Rebeschini)

    01. MY LOVE IS 4:11
    02. BEAUTIFUL DELILAH 2:12
    03. SPORTIN' LIFE 3:11
    04. FOUR HUNDRED AND FIVE 2:11
    05. MYSTIC MORING 5:58
    06. SADIE SAID NO 2:53
    07. SPEED KILLS 1:57
    08. BLUE AVENUE 2:51
    09. SOUTH END INCIDENT 3:55
    10. GREEN DESTROYS THE GOLD 3:02
    11. THE PROPHET 4:33

    12. THE CLOWN DIED IN MARVIN GARDINS 3:55
    13. THE CLOWN'S OVERTURE 2:43
    14. ANGUS OF ABERDEEN 4:38
    15. BLUE SUEDE SHOES 2:09
    16. A NOT VERY AUGUST AFTERNOON 3:44
    17. NOW I TASTE THE TEARS 3:09
    18. MAY I LIGHT YOUR CIGARETTE 5:39
    19. BABY PLEASE DONT GO 16:49


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    JOHN LINCOLN WRIGHT vcls, perc
    WAYNE ULAKY bs, vcls
    RICHARD WEISSBERG drms
    ROBERT RHODES keyb'ds, brass

     
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