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    Main » 2014 » August » 18 » the Golden Dawn ~ 1968 ~ A Power Plant
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    the Golden Dawn ~ 1968 ~ A Power Plant
    the Golden Dawn ~ 1968 ~ A Power Plantgenre: psych
    country: us
    audio: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers, size: 219 mb)
    time: 32'23"

    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    Taking their name from the esoteric teachings and philosophy of the Hermetic Tradition, this band was formed in Austin in 1967. The 13th Floor Elevators got them a recording contract with International Artists. Indeed, George Kinney and Roky Erickson had grown up together in South Austin, attended the same school and played together in The Fugitives, a garage band from 1964/65. Kinney also played in Chelsea from late 1965 to late 1966 joining The Golden Dawn at the invitation of some high school friends when Chelsea fell apart.
    The album is one of the best on the label with fine psychedelic instrumentation and thought provoking lyrics. Sadly, International Artists failed to promote it and the band fell apart when Kinney, determined to have nothing more to do with them, headed for California. Together with George Banks (who did the artwork for the album) Kinney later published Roky Erickson's book "Openers" whilst Roky was in Rusk State Hospital and the book helped to win his release. One cut from the album, Starvation, was later issued on an EP by Radarscope (RAD 88) 1978 in the U.K. along with cuts by the 13th Floor Elevators, The Red Krayola and The Lost and Found. Copies were given away at Red Krayola's 1978 reunion gig at London's Hope and Anchor pub.
    Bill Hallmark went on to sing & play guitar for Rubayyat along with the 13th Floor Elevators' Danny Galindo.

    01. Evolution 3:30
    02. This Way Please 5:05
    03. Starvation 2:54
    04. I'll Be Around 3:02
    05. Seeing Is Believing 2:21
    06. My Time 3:53
    07. A Nice Surprise 2:54
    08. Every Day 4:01
    09. Tell Me Why 2:10
    10. Reaching Out To You 2:34


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