Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by SurrealCereal, Nov 22, 2017.
Steve Martin is Spanish ?
I voted other, for the 3rd record being recorded at Abbey Road around that same time.
2 0f my favorites
Gary Walker & The Rain - Album Number One
Traffic - Mr. Fantasy
Yes, born in Spain. I couldn't believe it when I read that.
Ya learn something new every day and he is definitely in my personal top tier of vocalists.
Mine too! Cool but emotive singer and in Pretty ballerina he really shines.
I'm googling to find a Steve Martin bio and can't seem to find a good one. Now I read someone that says his mother is a Spanish Flamenco giitarist and that he was born in Puerto Rico (?). If you find out something, please let me know.
Tom Finn had already had a band, The Magic Plants, when he ran into a guy named Steve Martin-Caro, a Spanish high-school student who recently arrived in the city, as they attempted to navigate the scene outside the hotel where The Rolling Stones' ...
Tim Buckley -Goodbye and Hello fits the criteria.
Voted for Zombies and Love
I like Odessa best of these. Rounding out a top five in some order are Forever Changes, Magical Mystery Tour, Satanic Majesties and Millennium's Begin.
I like this one a lot:
Ultimate Spinach had some good Baroque pop.
Baroque and psychedelic are not interchangeable.
I think The Smoke (Michael Lloyd) from 1968 is worth a shout
I think The Incredible String Band ,The 5000 Spirits or the Layers of the Onion is worth a shout...
The Association - Insight Out, Gene Clark - With the Gosdin Brothers, and The Hollies - Butterfly should be mentioned here as well.
'Odessey and Oracle' without hesitation.
Other/Moody Blues - In Search of the Lost Chord
Agreed stylistically but these are inferior to the majority of the songs listed by the OP, right?
I own and enjoy these 3 but the others are in another league.
The only right answer for me, though I’ll choose Pet Sounds in its absence.
Kaleidoscope - Tangerine Dream should be there too.
That's a bingo.
Ok, I know I would definitely put
Sgt Pepper’s and Satanic Majesties
in the same umbrella category.
So what are we calling that genre?
I get the impression this was the OP’s point.
I enjoy them more than some of the albums in the poll, but that wasn't the reason I added them. I just saw everybody else adding other suggestions, and I thought them worthy of at least a mention.
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