quarta-feira, 21 de setembro de 2011

MY INDOLE RING - Same (1968-69 Canadian Psych West Coast Acid Bluesy)



ÓTIMO VENENO!! BANDA CANADENSE COM UMA SONORIDADE PSYCHEDELIC WEST COAST BLUES, GUITARRAS ACIDAS, VOCAIS EXECUTADOS COM ALMA E UM SOM ALTAMENTE RECOMENDADO!! A BANDA ANTES ERA CHAMADA DE "THE JABBERWOCK" E DEPOIS "MY INDOLE RING" NUMA EVOLUÇÃO FANTÁSTICA!! AQUI TEMOS, ALÉM DO LP ORIGINAL, DEMOS E GRAVAÇÕES AO VIVO DA BANDA!! O ALBUM COMEÇA COM "ORANGE FLOAT PETALS" UM ROCK PSICODÉLICO E ÁCIDO MUITO LEGAL!! DEPOIS O DISCO PASSEIA LIVREMENTE ENTRE O BLUES ROCK, ACID ROCK E PSYCH ROCK COM MAESTRIA!! A FAIXA 3 É UMA OBRA BLUESEIRA, PSICODÉLICA E ÁCIDA!! SENTIMOS NA AUDIÇÃO GERAL ALGUMAS INFLUÊNCIAS WEST COAST DE BANDAS COMO JEFERSON AIRPLANE!! O CD TERMINA COM CERCA DE 20 MINUTOS DE MATERIAL GRAVADO AO VIVO!! VENENO CANADENSE RECOMENDADO!! 

This eponymous album is the first (and probably only) to document the music of the late-'60s psychedelic rock group My Indole Ring. A local legend in Vancouver, Canada, back in 1967-1969, the quartet did not even release a single but, 25 years after the fact, this CD presents demos and live recordings that were all previously unavailable. Judging from this hour's worth of material, My Indole Ring definitely had something going. The set kicks off with "Orange Float Petals," an impressive acid rock song that became the group's signature tune. Full of instrumental quirks and imaginative vocal harmonies, this one is anthology material. "Love People Everywhere," "Blue Wax," and the instrumental "Silk Road" are satisfying but more generic numbers. The influences of West Coast (Jefferson Airplane) and Vancouver groups (Papa Bear's Medicine Show) are detectable. The group rounded up its sets with blues standards, and its take on "Another Man Done Gone" and "Early in the Morning" follow the developing crossovers between blues-rock and pop at the time. The CD concludes with 20 minutes of live material. The sound quality takes a severe drop: The demos have been well restored but these recordings from the Retinal Circus in Vancouver remain murky. Besides nostalgic Vancouver residents, this album will be of interest only for psychedelic rock collectors. A limited-edition LP with fewer tracks has also been released. 


John King (vocals, guitar, harmonica)
John Cluff (Hammond B-3 organ)
David Jordan-Knox (bass)
Chris Dahl (drums).

01. Orange Float Petals
02. Love People Everywhere
03. Another Man Done Gone/Troubles
     http://youtu.be/9YrP0DPSWk4
04. Blue Wax
05. Silk Road
06. Morning Breaks, The
07. Big City
08. Two Trains a Running
09. Early in the Morning
10. Maryjane
11. Wake Me Shake Me
12. Come See Me In The Morning (live)
    Orange Float Petals (live)
13. Instrumental Medley

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