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Folkstone Prism

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Editorial Reviews

The Arizona desert proved to be one of the most fertile breeding grounds for tripped-out psych bands in the '60s and '70s-and these guys were perhaps the trippiest of them all. Behold Shapes of Sleep; the Bug, the Goat & the Hearse; Cloud of Lead; 1001 Twice; Sylvan Shores, and more wild sounds, circa 1971.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. I Don't Know-Uncertainty In Love
  2. Patti's Dream-A Special Dream Of Love
  3. Dancing Doris-I'd Dance A Mile For A Camel
  4. Goodbye Pamela Ann-A Dancer Who Turned Love Into Chaos
  5. Monologue-a Beat Coffee House Oration On The World Around Us
  6. Black Sunshine-a Musical Sketch Of A Polluted Worl Without..
  7. Think For Yourself-A New And Unusual Way To Do Your Own...
  8. The Bug, The Goat, & The Hearse-Many Means To The Same End
  9. Shapes Of Sleep-Opression Takes On Many Strange Forms
  10. Cloud Of Lead-Every Cloud Has A Lead Lining...Beware! ...
  11. Mother Of My Children-A Reversion To The World Of Beauty...
  12. 1001 Twice-A Search For Spiritual Fullfillment
  13. Sylvan Shores-A Fictitious (?)Tale Of A Man, A Messenger...
  14. Bulletin!!!-The Stark Reality Of Life
  15. The Raven-the End, The Beginning, The Middle


Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 27, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sundazed Music Inc.
  • ASIN: B00000IPU7
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #447,497 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Originally released in 1971, as this was the obscure Arizona psych band's only album. Tunes here that managed to hold my full attention were "Patti's Dream", "Goodbye Pamela Ann" (stunning guitar intro), "Think For Yourself", the somewhat humorous "Shapes Of Sleep" (what's their vocalist on during this song?), "Sylvan Shores" and "The Raven". Personnel: Ken Walker - guitar, zither, organ, electric piano & vocals, Bob Narloch - guitar, harmonica & vocals, Tom Gilmore - bass and Mike Shipp - drums & percussion. Recommended for fans of Music Emporium, Bow Street Runners, The Misunderstood, Electric Prunes, West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band and possbly Captain Beefheart. Definitely well worth checking out - at least take time to listen to this site's provided sound bites - you won't regret it.
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UnFuggingbelievably great down home arizona pound and quake. wah guitars dance around can-esque boogies and this record reaches beefheartian heights in spots. fab-U-lous!
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If you are seriously into 70's instrumental psychedelia, you must own this record. The CD barely takes 30 minutes to listen to but if you were in a desert tripping, this album would be your anthem.
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By williambourque on January 13, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I purchased this album strictly based on the fact Sundazed reissued it and it was from the 60's. It is a habit I have gotten into thanks to Sundazed reissuing lots of great albums beforehand; this isn't one of those albums.
There is very little coherency to this jarbled mix of sound effects, random lyrics and horrendous singing,{if you can call it that}. It feels like some guys went out into a desert, got high, and made a bunch of rotten music. I could overlook the lack of lyrics if the music was good, but alas, it isn't.
Avoid.
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