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1-2 Weeks
01
Raw Material Bobo's Party
03 :13
03 03 :18
04
Free Ferry Flying
04 :04
05
Magnet Let Me Stay
04 :37
06
Eastwood Orphan
02 :53
07
Lace The Nun
04 :15
08
Evensong Gypsy
02 :36
09
Dry Ice Nowhere To Go
02 :50
10
Stampede Harpsichord
03 :22
11
Sundae Times Psychedelic Dream
04 :27
12
Christyan Desperate Dan
04 :16
13
Ramases Hello Mister
02 :55
14
Billie Davis I Tried
02 :55
15
Michael Chapman It Didn't Work Out
03 :41
16
Alan Hull Obidiah's Grave
02 :37
17
Ram & Sel Screw You
04 :41
18
Natural Acoustic Band Is It True Blue
03 :29
19
Dave Morgan Ill Wind
02 :32
20
Steel Mill Summer's Child
04 :18
ARTIST
TITLE
Mixed Up Minds Part Two
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
PART 4005CD PART 4005CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
6/26/2012

Subtitled: Obscure Rock & Pop From The British Isles 1969-1973. The Mixed Up Minds series sets forth into the deep and wondrous valleys of British pop, daring to bring forth a collection of rare, overlooked and obscure singles that have so far eluded compilers worldwide, gleaned from the flamboyant underworld of British rock and adolescent pop of the late '60s & early '70s. This eagerly anticipated second volume presents, for the very first time, the full story behind one of psychedelia's most fascinating contributors: The Sleepy and their untold connection to King Crimson. Also revealed is the history behind obscure psych merchants Stampede, who turn out to be Jardine, the post-Velvet Fogg outfit governed by Keith Law. A phenomenal stroke of songwriting genius makes its debut here for ex-Ugly guitarist Dave Morgan. A post-Bay City Rollers and pre-Pilot David Paton reveals a hidden psychedelic treasure from 1971 while a Sheffield PE teacher sings space hymns! Just a taste of the 20 extremely rare and colorful recordings magically crafted, expertly curated and lovingly re-mastered. Includes a 16-page booklet with rare color photographs and comprehensive liner notes. Other artists include: Raw Material, Avalanche, Free Ferry, Magnet, Eastwood, Lace, Evensong, Dry Ice, Sundae Times, Christyan, Ramases, Billie Davis, Michael Chapman, Alan Hull, Ram & Sel, Natural Acoustic Band, Dave Morgan and Steel Mill.