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Hal Blaine - Psychedelic Percussion

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Scan submitted/created by [Jukka L.]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Harkit Records
Reference :HRKCD 8122
Date :2005
Made In :EU
Quality :Excellent
Booklet & packaging :3 Page Inlay
Total duration: 28:11

Comments
Originally released in 1967 by Dunhill Records.

Hal Blaine is the most recorded drummer in musical history. He played on classics by Frank Sinatra (& Nancy), Elvis, Byrds, Love, Supremes, Beach Boys, Simon and Garfunkel and was the drummer of Phil Spector’s studio band “The Wrecking Crew”.
There is a reason for all of that and that reason is this record. Psychedelic Percussion is probably some of the best drumming ever put on to tape. A drummer’s dream: this album is 12 tunes based around the trap kit. It sounds like a room of drummers swimming through each others’ rhythms, patterns, beats, whatever you want to call it. It’s absolute madness and a must have for anyone on Earth. This album has a cult reputation.

Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Love-In (December)(Blaine)
2:18
Song
Official
1967
Beach Boys Related, Phil Spector
2.
Freaky (January)(Blaine)
2:20
Song
Official
1967
Beach Boys Related, Phil Spector
3.
Flashy (February)(Blaine)
2:23
Song
Official
1967
Beach Boys Related, Phil Spector
4.
Kaleidoscope (March)(Blaine)
2:20
Song
Official
1967
Beach Boys Related, Phil Spector
5.
Hallucinations (April)(Blaine)
2:22
Song
Official
1967
Beach Boys Related, Phil Spector
6.
Flower Society (May)(Blaine)
2:26
Song
Official
1967
Beach Boys Related, Phil Spector
7.
Trippin' Out (June)(Blaine)
2:37
Song
Official
1967
Beach Boys Related, Phil Spector
8.
Tune In - Turn On (July)(Blaine)
2:14
Song
Official
1967
Beach Boys Related, Phil Spector
9.
Vibrations (August)(Blaine)
2:15
Song
Official
1967
Beach Boys Related, Phil Spector
10.
Soulful (September)(Blaine)
2:21
Song
Official
1967
Beach Boys Related, Phil Spector
11.
Inner-Space (October)(Blaine)
2:17
Song
Official
1967
Beach Boys Related, Phil Spector
12.
Wiggy (November)(Blaine)
2:13
Song
Official
1967
Beach Boys Related, Phil Spector
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Reviews

Review by: Jukka L.On 27 Jul 2009 at 14:31 CEST
The original cover is a lot cooler and exploitative than this one, but the music itself is basically jazz.drumming against a backdrop of modern (in 1967) hip sounds and some slightly quasi-psychedelic effects and instruments. After listening to this a few times, I gotta say, what is wrong with you jazz people! This is psychedelic in the same way that Margaret Thatcher was a smoking hot babe. In other words, not so much. Not a bad album though if this is your kind of thing, and I can hear why the album has a cult reputation.


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Filename: hrkcd8122
Originally filled by: Jukka L.
Date of creation: 27 Jul 2009 05:09:08
Last filled by: Jukka L.
Last Revision Date : 27 Jul 2009 17:57:09
Online on : 27 Jul 2009
Type of media: Official CD


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