Sunday, March 25, 2007

Blossom Toes - We Are Ever So Clean (1967)


This is one of my favorite British psych-pop albums from the 60s. It's really innovative and dense for being released in '67, especially considering Sgt. Pepper came out the same year. Not only does it have impressive psychedelic textures, but the songwriting, arrangements, musicianship, and vocal melodies are all solid. It has a whimsical and often times bizarre sense of humor that is very British.

Stand-Out Tracks:
"Look At Me I'm You"
"I'll Be Late For Tea"
"Telegram Tuesday"
"When The Alarm Clock Rings"

"Look At Me I'm You"


Download We Are Ever So Clean

3 comments:

Mike L. said...

This album is funny at times, too... I'm not a fan of novelty groups necessarily, but it's nice when a real band doesn't get all artíste and unapproachable and annoyingly serious.

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