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MP3 Mooch - 1967

An homage to the Summer Of Love - contagious tunes over complex layers of sound...

11 MP3 Songs in this album (40:46) !
Related styles: Rock: Psychedelic, Pop: Psychedelic Pop, Mood: Dreamy

People who are interested in Pink Floyd Robyn Hitchcock Tomorrow should consider this download.


“Outstanding songs, execution and production” : Aural Innovations
“One of the best albums I’ve heard this year... I can recommend it from the bottom of my heart to all those reminiscing the Summer Of Love, and everyone into ''60’s styled psychedelic and melodic rock” : Psychotropic Zone
“Not since The Dukes Of Stratosphere has this period been resurrected so well” : Terrascope Online
“What I found most amazing about this album is how familiar it all sounds... After only one play, I was singing along almost like I had known the album for years. The songs are very contagious at first listen and when inspected closer reveal many complex layers” : Progressive Ears


1. ‘The Ice Cream Song.’ A psychedelic mini-symphony of ice cream, guitars and a choir,
set in Cambridge. “Lovely ice cream, summery dream, I’ve got a raspberry one, you’ve got
a strawberry one…”

2. ‘Truth Fairy.’ Another mini-symphony with psychedelic guitar and hallucinatory vocals.
“Tune in, turn on, drop out…”

3. ‘Sylvester The Protester.’ Sylvester Smith travels on the train to London to join a protest.
He takes his Hammond with him. “Sylvester the protester took a train from Flint near Chester…”

4. ‘Wouldn’t It Be Good?’ A request for peace. “Wouldn’t it be good if there hadn’t been a Jesus…?”

5. ‘In Time.’ Insane fuzz-guitars and massive drums underpin a tale of nature and sensory
experience. “Green is where it’s at, red is so old hat, blue is only tat…”

6.** ‘Haight-Ashbury.’ Sound collage meets spoken word in bad-trip fusion of music and
found sounds.

7.** ‘Early Mornings.’ Druggy Indian sounds both underpin and ornament a tale of early-morning
mental questing. “Spirits you sent me to sleep, half past three…”

8.** ‘English Wisdom.’ Byrds-esque guitars and a harpsichord help relate this tale of landscape
and nature-love. Written by Paul Rowley. “Under rocks and bones, over stepping stones…”

9. ‘Diamond Cutter.’ Garage sound and bouncing Hammond underpin a story of helping others
and yourself. Written by Paul Rowley. “Diamond cutter steps in time across the moonlit hills…”

10. ‘Lament For Guy Fawkes.’ Stripped-back song wondering what might happen if, 400 years
later, we succeeded in carrying out Guy Fawkes’ plan. “Walk with me into old London Town,
side by side let’s burn Parliament down…”

11. ‘The Tea Song.’ Floyd-esque opening mutates into massive choir and guitars finale with
euphoric tune. “If you’re feeling blue and lonely, have a cup of tea…”

More Reviews:

“This is definitely not space rock but fans of that style should have no trouble accepting this one. Fans of early Pink Floyd, Blossom Toes, The Beatles and just about any 60s psychedelic pop should check this one out” : Progressive Ears

“This album is wonderful, invoking the sounds of the psychedelic sixties, whilst retaining
a freshness and vitality that makes it relevant to today” : Terrascope Online

“… sweet-natured, disarming and very, very English with its songs about hedgehogs, ladybirds, buses, trams, Guy Fawkes, truth fairies, raspberry lollies, cups of tea and soldiers selling daisies. Take careful note and investigate with confidence, Robyn Hitchcock fans” : Shindig Magazine

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