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6-08-2014, 13:52
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July – s/t (1968) [Remastered]

Artist: July
Title Of Album: July
Year Of Release: 1968
Label: Rev-Ola CR REV 243
Genre: Psychedelic Rock
Quality: MP3 | FLAC
Bitrate: VBR 0 | 16Bit/44kHz
Total Size: 104 MB | 392 MB
Total Time: 50:13
Website: Discogs

01. My Clown 03:22
02. Dandelion Seeds 04:27
03. Jolly Mary 02:20
04. Hallo To Me 02:58
05. You Missed It All 02:48
06. The Way 03:20
07. To Be Free 02:47
08. Move On Sweet Flower 03:22
09. Crying Is For Writers 02:33
10. I See 02:40
11. Friendly Man 03:08
12. A Bird Lived 02:37
13. My Clown (Single Version) 03:17
14. Dandelion Seeds (Single Version) 03:20
15. Hello Who's There 03:12
16. The Way (single version) 04:14

Tom Newman: vocals
Tony Duhig: guitar
Jon Field: flute, keyboards
Alan James: bass
Chris Jackson: drums

Review from Allmusic:
July has come to be highly prized, mainly for the presence of "My Clown," which is considered to be one of the great psychedelic singles of all time. Tom Newman, who went on to glory as the engineer of choice for Mike Oldfield, handles the vocals for the majority of the album (the exception being Chris Jackson's "Crying Is for Writers"), as well as the majority of the songwriting. Tony Duhig, who later moved on to start Jade Warrior and Assagai, provides guitars and a strong sense of Indian music, although the greater part of his participation is via warbling and groaning guitars, and a fortunately blazing solo in the midst of the otherwise painful "Crying Is for Writers." Very good psychedelia, for the most part, but a bit dated in places and heavily influenced by much of the music coming from the direction of San Francisco at that time. The first six cuts are perhaps the most essential, going by the original vinyl release: "My Clown" and "Dandelion Seeds" are delightful, while "Jolly Mary" is simply good fun. Originally released in 1968, July was reissued on an import-only Japanese CD in 2005. The 2008 CD reissue on Rev-Ola adds four bonus tracks, including the non-LP 1968 single "Hello, Who's There?" and the 45 versions of three songs from the album, "My Clown," "Dandelion Seeds," and "The Way." It also has lengthy historical liner notes from British psychedelia expert David Wells.

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