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    Main » 2015 » March » 23 » the Troll ~ 1968 ~ Animated Music
    the Troll ~ 1968 ~ Animated Music
    the Troll ~ 1968 ~ Animated Musicgenre: psych
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    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:
    The Trolls inhabited Chicago, Illinois and issued several noteworthy 45s. They kicked off with Ever Day And Every Night, forceful beat modelled loosely on Gloria, backed by a Beatlesque ballad. The follow-up was more overtly Invasion pop, with two upbeat ditties a la Herman's Hermits. They Don't Know continued in the same vein and added a slightly fuzzy guitar. There Was A Time is a frantic fuzzy popper with harmonica, Cryan' Shames harmonies and a rousing ending. Until that point all had been written or co-written by Richard Clark. Then Richard Gallagher came up with Baby, What You Ain't Got... and they let RIP with a stormin' fuzz-fest of heavy pop - awesome! The flip is harmony-pop and sounds exactly like The Critters.
    They may have been having an identity crisis around late 1967 because a 45 appeared by The Carnival Of Sound - Don't Come Around / I Can't Remember (USA 892) - shortly before their early 1968 release of the identical track (according to the Mindrocker, Vol. 2 notes). In any event the Trolls' USA 45 is decent pop with Don't Come Around being the stronger cut by far, a real catchy popper with pumping Diddleyesque riff. After that they retreated to their underground lair...

    They re-emerged towards the end of the year as psychedelic-pop-rockers Troll, with a very interesting album. This included the powerful Werewolf and Witchbreath and a number of other psychedelic numbers such as Satin City News and Everybody's Child, alongside the lighthearted Professor Potts Pornographic Projector and Have You Seen The Queen?. The album had a smattering of slower numbers, too, notably A Winter's Song and I've Only Myself To Blame. The album is recommended but originals are not easily obtained, as it's now a mini-collectors' item. ~ (Vernon Joynson / Max Waller)

    01. Satin City News 2:42
    02. Mr. Abernathy 3:28
    03. Fritz Und Sweeney 4:37
    04. Everybody's Child 2:55
    05. Solitude 0:32
    06. I've Only Myself To Blame 3:46
    07. Professor Pott's Pornographic Projector 2:59
    08. Have You Seen The Queen 2:22
    09. Mourning Of The Day 5:11
    10. A Winter's Song 4:01
    11. Werewolf And Witchbreath 5:18

    Richard Clark – organ, vocals
    Richard Gallagher – guitar, vocals
    Max Jordan, Jr. – bass, vocals
    Kenneth Cortese (aka Ken Apples) – drums

    Skeet Bushor – horns, strings arrangement

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