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Reflections Post Peanut Butter Conspiracy


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“ALAN LEE BRACKETT / REFLECTIONS Post Peanut Butter Conspiracy” is a collection of specially selected songs that were not previously released and are perhaps the most refined of this period. Many have more of an R & B flavor and this collection covers subjects ranging from taking care of yourself, falling in and out of love, having a hard time expressing yourself, questionable affairs, and one song “Mr. Evans”, written for Alan’s manager, Mal Evans (Beatles friend and roadie). Mal never heard the song due to his being untimely shot to death in his bedroom by the Los Angeles SWAT Team right at the time his book was in its final stages for release. At this time, record deals were pending for Alan with Dark Horse (George Harrison’s label), Ring Records (Ringo Starrs label), Apple Records, Capricorn Records and others. Alan has said that his greatest compliment on his writing came from George Harrison when he told Alan how he loved “Gotta Write A Song Tonight”, the song that starts out this release. Upon Mal’s untimely demise, Alan became disenchanted with the music business and spent his energy playing with some of the upcoming young musicians in his garage studio in the Hollywood Hills. As a consequence he formed a group with these young musicians and was rehearsing and recording, and planning to showcase at the Roxy on Sunset Boulevard when Randy Meisner, after exiting the Eagles, asked Alan to produce his first album. It was very easy and natural to use Alan’s young players on Randy’s lp and it ended up that they became Randy’s touring band upon completion of the recording. And so, the garage and studio recordings of the time were left behind and Alan pursued a new career in film. He worked as a Prop Master and also wrote, performed, and produced music for close to one hundred films and television shows. Along came the love of his life, Betsi Burke, and their identical twin boys, David and Jesse. So, a very full life continued and the recordings sat on the shelf. Over a period of time Alan took them off the shelf and dusted them off so to speak. He transferred the reel to reel tapes to DAT to preserve them initially. Alan has had more time now to get these recordings out and he hopes that you will enjoy them. Alan’s book; ALMOST FAMOUS / Journey to the Summer of Love, tells the tale of his musical career culminating with the West Coast psychedelic acid rock group the Peanut Butter Conspiracy ~1970. Post PBC Alan honed his songwriting, singing, engineering, producing and publishing skills and did a great deal of experimentation, as can be heard on other releases [ALAN LEE BRACKETT / Peanut Butter Conspiracy Theories – Lost Songs 1967-1968], and [ALAN LEE BRACKETT / Transitions /Post Peanut Butter Conspiracy].

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  • Product Dimensions : 5.5 x 5.5 x 0.25 inches; 2.5 Ounces
  • Manufacturer : One For The Road
  • Run time : 51 minutes
  • Date First Available : June 27, 2019
  • Label : One For The Road
  • Number of discs : 1
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5.0 out of 5 stars Definitely worth checking this artist out
By A CUSTOMER on October 18, 2019
Known mostly for being a founding member of The Ashes and the Peanut Butter Conspiracy back in the psychedelic '60's, this is a surprisingly polished and soulful issue of songs written and performed by Alan Lee Brackett. After reading his auto-biography, "Almost Famous/ Journey to the Summer of Love", also available here on Amazon, I read that he was putting out cds of music that was previously unreleased from the 1970's. I've found it very interesting following the musical journey Alan has taken and recommend anyone interested in the music of the psychedelic '60's and also the progression of an artist/songwriter beyond that era to check out his releases. BTW, Alan also was a producer of artists such as Randy Meisner of the Eagles. Also wrote scores of songs for movies. Very diverse and productive career I must say.
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