Day By Day - The Lemon Fog - The Psychedelic Sound Of Summer With The Lemon Fog (CD)


Download Day By Day - The Lemon Fog - The Psychedelic Sound Of Summer With The Lemon Fog (CD)
2011
Label: Cicadelic Records - CICD - 6768 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock


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  1. 16 rows · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Psychedelic Sound Of /5(6).
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  3. As first singles go for a band, The Lemon Fog were miles ahead of the other bands with their unique sound and style of mixing spacey lyrics with even spacier psychedelic music. The second Lemon Fog single, "Summer" b/w "Girl From The Wrong Side Of Town" was released right before school let out, in .
  4. The spacey psychedelic sound of The Lemon Fog never sounded better with all their singles, previously unreleased outtakes, and complete version of “Summer”, all from the original master tapes. Hailing from Houston, Texas, The Lemon Fog blew many minds during , quickly becoming a popular draw at the local Houston hot spot, “The Living Eye”.
  5. The Lemon Fog were a Houston-based quintet that had the distinction of being the first rock act signed to Ray McGinnis' Orbit Records label. They started out in the spring of as the Bar Eights, formed by Fillmore High School classmates Danny Ogg and Terry Horde, with Timmy Thorpe on bass, and Dale VanDeloo on saxophone and exbinazarela.fourschosevergedickmarpblogaticanin.co: The Lemon Fog.
  6. Under Eubanks' guidance, The Lemon Fog entered the studio to create some of the most experimental recordings of the 's. Eubanks' ongoing experimentation with new electronic sounds became a hallmark of The Lemon Fog recorded legacy. From July of to February , they recorded several albums worth of material.
  7. They pioneered a sound that merged punk and psychedelia into a newly integrated mind-blowing potpourri of music. The lyrics reflected youth's alienation and search for something other than the American dream. A search beyond the normal dimensions of logic and time into the realm of the unknown. The Lemon Fog astounded listeners with a fresh and marvelous sound of a bygone era .
  8. By now Eubanks was writing all the band's material and he recalls,"we recorded "Day by Day" and "The Prisoner" at Huey Meaux's studio".The single is a existential example of the far out sound of The Lemon Fog,with obscure,philosophical lyrics and observances of exbinazarela.fourschosevergedickmarpblogaticanin.counately this was to exbinazarela.fourschosevergedickmarpblogaticanin.co Lemon Fog's third and final exbinazarela.fourschosevergedickmarpblogaticanin.co

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