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01
The Majority You Can Run
02 :03
02
Tintern Abbey Do What You Must
02 :37
03 03 :11
04 02 :32
05
Penny Peeps Meet Me At The Fair
01 :40
06 02 :10
07
Tintern Abbey How Do I Feel Today
02 :10
08
Five's Company Friends And Mirrors
02 :10
09
Paradox Mary Colinto
03 :05
10
Penny Peeps Into My Life She Came
02 :51
11
The Majority Time Machine Man
02 :56
12 02 :19
13
Tintern Abbey Naked Song
02 :03
14 02 :23
15
Penny Peeps Helen Doesn't Care
01 :56
16
The Obscured Rays You And Me Baby
02 :54
17 02 :05
18 02 :47
19 02 :03
20
Rupert's People Flying High
03 :10
ARTIST
TITLE
Psychedelic Jumble Volume One
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
CRREV 217CD CRREV 217CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
3/24/2008

...What's The Rush, Time Machine Man? "From the producers of recently-lauded Brit-psych releases by Turquoise, Octopus, Tony Hazzard, Jawbone, The Knack, Graham Gouldman and Tuesday's Children comes this first-time archival collection of lost masters, demos and acetates from the late '60s; the first in a series if we have things our way. Most of the acts here need little introduction -- here's a few: Tintern Abbey's lone 1967 single 'Beeside'/'Vacuum Cleaner' is legendary; here are both sides of its scrapped follow-up and a brace of contemporary demos. The Majority are fast becoming favorites of many collectors following the reissue of their later recordings as Majority One and the cult status of their classic 'One Third'; here are four previously-unreleased tracks that will elevate them even further. The Paradox are best known for recording the song 'Mary Calinto' before The Ugly's made it one of the rarest Brit-psych singles of all time; here it is along with three previously-unreleased cuts including the stupendous 'What's The Rush, Dillbury?' The Penny Peeps cut the classic single 'Model Village' and numbered future Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre in their ranks; here are three more slices of cranked-up flower pop. Twenty slices of impossibly rare British pop-psych, all previously-unreleased at the time! Features such luminaries as Tintern Abbey, Rupert's People, Honeybus and The Majority! Curated by Stefan Granados and Andy Morten -- you know it makes sense! Beautifully restored from a bewildering selection of acetates, tapes and wax discs and dazzlingly packaged in the tried and tested Rev-Ola fashion! A must for all fans of British pop, psych, freakbeat, blue-eyed soul and general weird 'n' wonderful archival recordings from the original psychedelic era!"