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    Main » 2010 » November » 3 » the Collectors ~ 1967 ~ The Collectors + 1968 ~ Grass And Wild Strawberries
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    the Collectors ~ 1967 ~ The Collectors + 1968 ~ Grass And Wild Strawberries
    the Collectors ~ 1967 ~ The Collectors + 1968 ~ Grass And Wild Strawberries
    genre: psych
    country: canada
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:16'47" size: 523 mb
    misc.: 2004
     
    '67:
    01. "What Is Love" 3:53
    02. "She (Will-O-The-Wind)" 3:53
    03. "Howard Christman's Older" 5:11
    04. "Lydia Purple" 2:47
    05. "One Act Play" 3:43
    06. "What Love (suite)" 19:12

    All songs by The Collectors except "Lydia Purple" by Don Dunn and Tony McCashen.

    Bill Henderson: guitar, recorder, vocals
    Claire Lawrence: flute, organ, saxophone, recorder, vocals
    Ross Turney: drums, percussion
    Glenn Miller: bass, vocals
    Howie Vickers: vocals

    Additional musicians:
    Larry Knechtel, Norm Jeffries, Jesse Erlich


    '68:
    wikipedia:
    The songs were written as part of prominent Canadian playwright George Ryga's stage play Grass and Wild Strawberries. The distinctly literary lyrics were written by Ryga. The song "Seventeenth Summer" was later re-recorded by Chilliwack and an extended jam based on it became a feature of their live performance. The fast-paced "Early Morning" was released as a single but did not become a major hit, reaching #84 on the RPM Magazine chart on July 12, 1969.

    07. "Overture" 4:46
    08. "Grass & Wild Strawberries" 2:09
    09. "Things I Remember" 2:49
    10. "Dont Turn Away (From Me)" 3:12
    11. "Teletype Click" 2:54
    12. "Seventeenth Summer" 3:31
    13. "The Long Rain" 2:58
    14. "My Love Delights Me" 2:26
    15. "Dream Of Desolation" 2:35
    16. "Rainbow Of Fire" 2:54
    17. "Early Morning" 3:35
    18. "Shep On The Hillside" 4:19
     
    Howie Vickers - lead vocals
    Claire Lawrence - saxophone, backing vocals, flute, harmonica, keyboards
    Bill Henderson - guitar, backing vocals, keyboards
    Glenn Miller - bass, backing vocals
    Ross Turney - drums, percussion
     
     
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