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The Human Zoo - The Human Zoo (1970/2010)

29-01-2016, 15:54
Rock | Garage | FLAC / APE

Title: The Human Zoo
Year Of Release: 2010 (1970)
Label: Cicadelic Records [CICD-9668]
Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Garage
Quality: APE (image+.cue+.log,scans)
Total Time: 34:18
Total Size: 214 MB

Originally known as The Circus, The Human Zoo were a rock band from Westminster, California. For the first time since its original release in 1970, an exact re-issue of The Human Zoo album, taken from the original master tapes, with all album artwork faithfully replicated.

AMG Review by Mark Deming:
"The Human Zoo's great claim to fame among garage / psychedelic fans is that they were managed by Jim Foster, guitarist with the Human Expression, the West Coast psych act that scored a modest hit with the song 'Optical Sound.' That's not a lot to base a reputation on, but the lone album the Human Zoo left behind is pretty good stuff, and suggests with better promotion they could have risen to much more impressive heights. Boasting two lead singers (Roy Young and Jim Cunningham), the Human Zoo worked up a full and dynamic sound with impressive harmonies on these sessions, and the rest of the band shows off some solid chops - John Luzadder and Larry Hanson are a capable guitar combo, with Hanson also doubling on keyboards, while bassist Bob Dalrymple and drummer Kim Vydaremy hold down the rhythm with strength and confidence. While the Human Zoo could add a trippy edge to their songs (such as 'I Don't Care No More'), they (at least as captured on this album) were at their best when they rocked out, and it's on numbers like 'Na-Na' and 'Funny' that the Human Zoo really connect, while 'Gonna Take Me a Ride' and 'Help Me' reveal they weren't bad with blue-eyed soul stuff, either. The production is simple, but also captures the performances in a clean and natural fashion and is thankfully short on the studio trickery often inflicted on lesser-known psych acts. The recording seems to favor the band's live sound, and if the Human Zoo sounded this tight on-stage, it's hard to say why they didn't attract greater notice at the time. The songwriting is good but not great on The Human Zoo, but otherwise this is several notches above average for a psych act of the period, and fans of late-'60s/early-'70s West Coast rock should find this worth their time."


01. It's Got To Be (Roy Young) - 3:01
02. Na-Na (Larry Hanson) - 2:07
03. Help Me (Jim Cunningham, Larry Hanson) - 3:11
04. I Dont' Care No More (Larry Hanson, John Luzadder) - 2:36
05. Funny (A. Morettini, D. Leonards) - 5:09
06. Late To My Resurrection (A. Morettini) - 3:07
07. When Papa Started Drinking (Bob Dalrymple) - 2:27
08. Gonna Take Me a Ride (Jim Cunningham, John Luzadder) - 3:31
09. Stone Sassy Fox (Jim Cunningham, D. Leonards) - 3:16
10. The Human Zoo (Roy Young, John Luzadder) - 3:12
11. The Time Was Over (Bob Dalrymple) - 2:36

From The Original "Accent Records" Master Tapes. Originally released on LP (Accent Records ACS 5055, USA)

Roy Young - Vocals
Jim Cunningham - Vocals
Larry Hanson - Guitar, Horn, Keyboards
John Luzadder - Guitar
Bob Dalrymple - Bass
Kim Vydaremy - Drums

The Human Zoo - The Human Zoo (1970/2010)

The Human Zoo - The Human Zoo (1970/2010)

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Chrislennon   User offline   31 January 2016 18:07

Hi my friend
Can you upload it on MP3 Please?
I Love This Music, Thank You!

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