Nov 28, 2018

Locksley Hall - Locksley Hall 1969-1970 (1996) Vinyl-rip

Review by FPL: 
"Locksley Hall" was one of the better known psychedelic bands in the Pacific Northwest during their existence from 1967 thru' 1970 (but now long forgotten). The album was recorded in 1969 at the legendary Audio Recorders in Seattle with long time Northwest guitarist Ned Neltner (Mark Five, Gas Company, Junior Cadillac) producing and Sonics engineer Kearny Barton at the console. It remained unreleased until the limited edition came out in 1996. The album reminds us of every band who ever played the Fillmore West in the late sixties and blends together elements of It's A Beautiful Day, Jefferson Airplane and Big Brother and The Holding Co.
1. Locksley Hall (Poem)
2. Boy
3. Let Me Blow Out Your Candle
4. Baby Blue Eyes
5. D-O-P-E
6. Some Say Love
7. What Does A Lonely Heart Do?
8. Que-Bell
9. Wake Up (Tubby’s tune)
10. When Autumn Leaves Turn To Gold
11. Locksley Hall (Poem)

Ben Staley - guitar, vocals
Shannon Svenson - vocals
Kevin Svenson - background vocals
Roy Castleman - bass, vocals
Denny Langdale - keyboards
Randy Thompson - drums

Vinyl-rip | FLAC TRACKS+CUE+Covers | 278 mb incl. 3% recovery


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