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Published 2 August 2012
Interpret(en): Shindig! No.28
   
EAN/UPC Code: 1230001200249
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Information: Shindig! 28

Published 2 August 2012

USA 60s PSYCH SPECIAL!

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THE STRAWBERRY ALARM CLOCK
?Their roots lie in LA's complex garage band scene and their legacy continues to hinge around that 1967 US #1 single. Yet somewhere in between these two extremes beat the heart of a visceral, experimental rock band whose instrumental prowess dazzled, whose recordings remain high watermarks of late '60s psychedelic harmony pop and whose star continues to ascend, even as its core members celebrate their 45th year together.
In the first part of our exclusive in-depth story, MIKE FORNATALE goes back to the 'burbs in search of the seeds that bore THE STRAWBERRY ALARM CLOCK

THE FALLEN ANGELS
?After signing with major label Roulette, issuing a praised debut and moving forward at an incredible rate of knots, it seemed Washington DC psych heroes THE FALLEN ANGELS were on the cusp of a major breakthrough. Second album Its A Long Way Down was even more promising. But all was not well within their ranks.
ALASDAIR C MITCHELL brings the story to its conclusion with a cocktail of extreme musical ambition, hard drugs and eventual cult status

Special website feature on The Fallen Angels' in-house light show guru DOUG McCULLOUGH here

CLEAR LIGHT
At the tail end of the '60s Elektra Records had become America's most ubiquitous home for freak bands of all shapes and sizes.
Among them was Los Angeles' CLEAR LIGHT. They issued one exceptional album that's routinely mentioned alongside those of Love and The Doors, appeared in a major motion picture and spawned future members of CSN and Utopia. So why doesn't anybody know about them?
GRAY NEWELL unravels a mystery that takes in hippy boxers, werewolves and the president of the USA

CRYSTAL SYPHON
?If you look beneath the Grateful Deads, Country Joe & The Fishes and Santanas on any number of late '60s San Francisco concert posters, you'll see the name CRYSTAL SYPHON.
In the 45 years since this mysterious Californian act burst onto the fledgling SF scene, turning heads and winning accolades all over the shop, they've been consigned to obscurity # another footnote in the history of psychedelic rock.
In the wake of the first-ever release of their late '60s recordings, GRAY NEWELL discovers a fascinating tale of work ethics, moral conviction and not being on drugs

MAINSTREAM RECORDS
?Like most notable indie labels of the late '60s, New York label Mainstream Records wasn't run by enterprising flower children. This wasn't a venture that threw money at artists the way The Beatles would do with Apple and hoped the record may sell a few copies. Bob Shad was a calculating hustler whose young muses were pushed to the max, rushed to record albums, helped and hindered by his fast approach.
MIKE FORNATALE considers what could have been for the jazz label that briefly turned on to the age of Aquarius

50 ESSENTIAL US PSYCH ALBUMS

PLUS: EDGAR JONES # SHOES # BILL FAY # ERNIE JOSEPH and more
   
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