Thursday, February 14, 2008

Fever Tree - Fever Tree (1967)


Their debut album was a strong psychedelic affair, and included their legendary San Francisco girls along with a smorgasbord of similar gems. Starting with Bach's Toccata in fugue and minor, this album is a feast of psychedelic experimentation, with strong songs, and strangely seductive distorted guitars.

Tracks:
Imitation Situation 1 (Toccata and Fugue) (Holtzman / Holtzman / Landes / Bach)
Where Do You Go? (Holtzman / Holtzman / Michael) San Francisco Girls (Return of the Native) (Holtzman / Holtzman / Michael)
Ninety-Nine and a Half (Won't Do) (Pickett / Cropper) Man Who Paints the Pictures (Holtzman / Holtzman) Filigree and Shadow (Holtzman / Holtzman)
The Sun Also Rises (Holtzman / Holtzman) Day Tripper /
We Can Work It Out (Lennon / McCartney)
Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing (Young) Unlock My Door (Holtzman / Holtzman / Landes) Come With Me (Rainsong) (Holtzman / Holtzman / Landes)

1 comment:

Juan-k said...

Thanks for this one!! ;-)