October 2

Make Your Stash - Spectrum (16) - Spectrum Part One (CD, Album)



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Posted 18.09.2019 by Viramar in category "Jazz

9 COMMENTS :

  1. By Mikat on
    A double album havering between sophisticated progressive music and bluesy psychedelic pop, Spectrum's Milesago isn't some sort of wildly avant-garde cutting-edge thing; it's more like the product of a band who've listened to the Beatles' last few albums an awful lot and decided to see where they could go by mashing up that sort of compositional approach with early s soft rock and pop.
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  2. By Dujas on
    Listen free to Spectrum – Spectrum Part One (Make Your Stash, Fiddling Foll and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at ovgracilachgalreheartfolrearthbeslustphe.coinfo
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  3. By Faesho on
    Debut album from of one of the best Australian psych rock bands. A great example of the latter-'60s psychedelic rock becoming the progressive rock of the early '70s, Melbourne's SPECTRUM was at the forefront of the Australian response.
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  4. By Mausho on
    Spectrum's debut, Part One was originally released on EMI's progressive label Harvest and is rightfully regarded as not only a landmark progressive rock release, but the beginnings of one of Australia 's more remarkable bands. In it's original incarnation (), the band went through three different lineups, also gigging extensively under.
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  5. By Mugrel on
    Audio CD ID: AVSCD Number of Discs: 1 Release Date: June 23, Format: Audio CD Label: Aztec Music Track Listing Make Your Stash Fiddling Fool Superbody Drifting Mumbles I Wonder Why Bonus Tracks: Launching Place, Part I - Original Australian Harvest Single (Mono) I’ll Be Gone (Single Edit) Launching Place, Part II - (B-side), Original German Harvest Single (Stereo) I’’ll Be Gone.
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  6. By Mikabar on
    The A-side is clearly the better side here because both "Make Your Stash" and the lengthy "Fiddling Fool" are damn impressive. The second side is weaker but those songs are quite good too. Overall I think Spectrum Part One deserves 3,5 stars out of five. It's a pretty .
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  7. By Nikok on
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Part One on Discogs.
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  8. By Faelabar on
    May 02,  · Albums Spectrum Part One (Harvest SHVL) LP re-issued on CD by Aztec Music (AVSCD), Milesago (Harvest SHDW) 2LP (as The Indelible Murtceps) Warts Up Your Nose (EMI) Testimonial (EMI SOELP /2) 2LP Terminal Buzz (EMI EMC ) Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Indigo Violet (EMI EME) LP
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  9. By Fenos on
    Spectrum is an Australian progressive rock band which formed in April and broke up in April The original line-up was Mark Kennedy on drums, Lee Neale on organ (ex-Nineteen87), Bill Putt on bass guitar (ex-Lost Souls), and Mike Rudd on guitar and lead vocals (ex-Chants R&B, The Party Machine).In August Kennedy was replaced by Ray Arnott on drums.
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