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    Main » 2014 » July » 7 » Beauregard Ajax ~ 2006 ~ Deep Priscilla
    Beauregard Ajax ~ 2006 ~ Deep Priscilla
    Beauregard Ajax ~ 2006 ~ Deep Priscillagenre: psych
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    Beauregard Ajax hailed from southern California; the quartet formed in 1966, moved to Hollywood the following year, and gigged for a while after hooking up with producer Bob Keane. The band never really went anywhere, though, and broke up before releasing their album. 
    These songs are styled as a blend of ’60s West Coast and British psych, particularly bands like Kaleidoscope and Syd-era Pink Floyd. The vocal chorus, jangling rhythm guitars and lightly-fuzzed lead guitar of "Is Tomorrow Thursday" are typical of the band's approach, a blues-based song a la Yardbirds with the same sun-drenched feel Gram Parsons and Quicksilver brought to their psych-pop.
    The band's playing is quite good, with a strong rhythm section, generally confident vocals and some particularly nice, understated lead guitar work, though it's not clear whether it's by singer David Ferguson or John Boutell – probably the latter. Oddly, the opening song, "Loneliness Is A Sometime Thing," has some of the weakest singing, a warbling around notes without settling. But later tracks show a good grasp of both pop vocalization and dreamy harmonies that put the band above the average ’60s rock-pop outfit.
    It's not going to change your life, but if you're following the story of West Coast psychedelia, Beauregard Ajax is a worthwhile chapter. ~ (By Mason Jones)

    01. Loniness Is A Sometime Thing 2:18
    02. Goodbye Again 2:30
    03. I Will Be Looking Away 1:56
    04. Dr. Jebediah Webb 3:10
    05. Is Tomorrow Thursday 2:29
    06. Dead Woman Blues 2:16
    07. Blues Violins 3:34
    08. Things Will Work Out Fine 2:43
    09. Happy Brontosarius 2:01
    10. Deaf Priscilla 2:26
    11. Feather In A Bottle 2:06
    12. Take You Far Away 2:04
    13. Love Is A Prize 2:04
    14. Kaleidoscope 2:30
    15. Blues Violins II 3:34
    16. Dead Woman Blues II 2:17
    17. Goodbye Again II 2:30
    18. I Will Be Looking Away II 1:53

    David Ferguson - vocals, guitar
    Charlie Hendrix - vocals, pipe, recorder
    Clint Williams - electric bass
    John Boutell - vocals, guitars
    Leo Hartshorn – drums

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