Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Produced by Bill Wyman of The Rolling Stones, Introspection is a lost nugget from the psychedelic era of the late 60s. Now digitally remastered with 2 bonus tracks - 'Shades of Orange' (Mono Single Version) & 'Loving, Sacr... more »
Produced by Bill Wyman of The Rolling Stones, Introspection is a lost nugget from the psychedelic era of the late 60s. Now digitally remastered with 2 bonus tracks - 'Shades of Orange' (Mono Single Version) & 'Loving, Sacred Loving' (Mono Single Version).
Pretty good lost 60's group
Psychedelic Guy | Illinois | 12/15/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I heard The End on the Rubble collection with their song Shades of Orange. That by far was their best song. The songs on here are pretty good, They are not as Psychedelic as Shades of Orange but you liek the songs the more you hear them. Their are three tracks on here (Bromley Common, Linen Draper, and Jacob's Bladder) they are like like 40 second stories of a man and things he does, and they are hilarious. All in all I'd suggest this for a serious Psych fan cuz it's not your everyday Psych group. They have their own unique sound"
Introduce Yourself To Magic
Mark Roland | 11/25/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Much is made of records and bands that missed the boat, due to bad timing, lack of support from their label or other mishaps. Introspection certainly falls into the "should have been" catagory. Produced by Bill Wyman of the Stones, in the rose-colored Satanic Majesties era, this wonderful album sat on the shelf and missed it's moment, in the rapidly shifting UK music scene. Shades Of Orange showed up on various collections, but here you have the whole magic kettle. Gentle pop-psychedelia that is well written, performed and produced, evoking early Traffic with that fairytale floating over the fields headspace. However this holds up very well over time, and what might have seems passe in 1969, sounds classic and gemlike in the light of a new century. These songs are windows to pop heaven, a very good trip indeed. My only quibble is with the spoken word bits, they did not age as well as the music."