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Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Sell on Amazon Start a Selling Account. Time has not curbed its drive. The Low Road is an average ballad, but the souped-up flip could give you palpitations. Six copies are known to exist. This LP hardly sold and is now one of the top 70s rarities. These test pressings exist. A handful of copies in finished picture sleeves that credit Independence Day as the B-side.
When officially released in February , the B-side was changed to Be True. Only 50 finished sleeves in the smaller format are thought to have been made. EMI had to contract Beatles pressings out to other companies to meet demand.
In the wake of the film and the first landing on the moon, Philips thought that they had a hit on their hands. This item seems to suggest that there were plans to launch the record in an eye-catching picture sleeve, which was uncommon for UK singles at the time. It was subsequently issued in mono and went Top 5.
There are only two known copies in circulation of six cut. This Northampton band, led by Steve Giles on guitar and vocals, found it hard to make headway performing original material. Giles took Dark into a studio in April , but when they went back for five days in the line-up had changed to Giles, Ron Johnson bass , Clive Thorneycroft drums and Martin Weaver guitar. This second version of the record is limited to eight copies and comes in a black-and- white handmade gatefold sleeve, some containing a booklet.
US copies are cheap, but there are only a handful of UK pressings. They were especially reticent when Lennon submitted the naked photo he wanted to use for the cover. Most of these mono copies were destroyed when Lennon demanded that the record be remixed in stereo. Lazy Day and a follow-up did not hit, and album sessions were halted after eight songs. The band was dropped by Decca. Test pressings were made of a track LP, as well as a small number of albums with labels in finished sleeves.
There are four known copies of the finished LP with labels. Such as you can find on 'Selling England By The Pound' or other important symphonic releases in the 70's.
Vocals join in. It then settles with whispered vocals before building again. Not a fan of this one. Again when the vocals come in i'm thinking YES. Very enjoyable and I like the pulsating organ. The guitar becomes the focus after 5 minutes before it picks back up with bass and mellotron after 6 minutes. Love this part. Mellotron's back late. It's dreamy with mellotron, acoustic guitar and vocals.
The drummer is tremendous, and there is some excellent guitar. It gets pretty heavy before It ends dramatically followed by the wind blowing. This is one of those albums that could easily be a 3 star or a 4 star. It's right on the border as far as i'm concerned. The first song "Midnight Madness" is the most obvious pastiche of Yes melding with Genesis, a short piece "All Alone" starts with a beautiful lonely echoey piano solo, "nothing i do seems right", maybe they had a bust up in the studio Actually if Yes had done this Three Piece they wouldn't be ashamed of it at all, some catchy hooks - it works nicely!
The guitar solos are unashamedly the Hackett style, heavily orchestrated with layers of mellotron and piano. This amazing piece starts off with a short drum break , bass line and mellotron, into a Crimson style theme and Yes style staccato vocals. The song has some great hooks and arrangements, and seems like a mini-opera of dramatically shifting moods and patterns! Despite all the aforementioned references to other more well-known bands this is a great album by excellent musicians - it is a shame they had to follow these influences so closely, especially the Hackett-style riffs, the Yes bass lines and Yes vocal arrangements when they obviously had the talent to create something great of their own!
Nevertheless a thoroughly enjoyable listen, and, if you can live with it, an essential Prog addition! Garden Shed bears repeated listening, but doesn't take long to work its way into the brain - catchy melodies, superb song-writing, clever lyrics and inventive arrangements are allied to lush and intricate keyboard textures, and tight ensemble playing topped off with wonderful vocals, all performed with energy and enthusiasm.
Indeed, the vocals are a major strength, ranging from lush harmonies and multi-part counterpoint to solo voice, sometimes 'straight' and 'dry', at others 'theatrical' - always involving and interesting. Instrumentally, the album is awash with vintage keyboards, but is especially memorable for being a king-pin Mellotron album and the swan-song for the mighty Mk II.
Both are brilliant examples of organically progressive 'symphonic' Prog, song-based 'epics' that sound naturally cohesive and never forced. These are accompanied by shorter tracks: wonderful ensemble vocals [I love the whispered countdown into the second verse] and bitter-sweet lyrics make 'Paraffinalea' one of my all-time favourite songs; the mellow 'Yellow' is one of those beautiful acoustic based 'pastoral' songs most bands did so well in those days; superb opener 'Midnight Madness' packs a lot of Prog into its seven minutes; while the simple piano accompanied 'All Alone' acts as a calming bridge before the next Prog epic.
I can sometimes become irritated by the distinctive 'dustbin lid' snare sound, but other than that, it is a good sounding production in keeping with the times, and has transferred well to CD.
The album is now available from the band's website in a lavishly packaged edition. Expensive it may be, but this is one 70s album you would be wise not to miss. It is obvious that this album lacks in originality and that's a reason for a 3 star rating Highly highly recommended! Garden Shed has its moments, specially if you like Yes. The music is pleasant most of the time Three Piece Suite is a good example , but does not always work.
They still had a lot to work out. They were outstanding musicians, although the high pitch, Anderson-like vocals can be annoying at times, at least for me. The production is quite good. Only the timing was clearly wrong. Had this album come along some 3 or 4 years ealier they could had been a great band with a good, but not too original debut LP like what happened to most of the great bands. Conclusion: good, but non-essential.
I listened I was not that interested any longer to be honest. Clones aren't bad per se. But did they really create masterpieces? A vinyl record has a groove carved into it that mirrors the original sound's waveform.
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