Monday, April 9, 2012
It's the group, not the author. That's why I'm listing it under "H". Mystical, magical, and psychedelic-- H.P. Lovecraft released a couple of very fine albums in the late 60s. They eventually reformed under various incarnations, but I'm not familiar with that music. It is the music of those first two albums that puts this group high on my list of dream music.
This is some fine music to settle back and get lost in. The first two albums are available as a compilation on a single disc. Some very cool and spacey music--a real trip into dreamland.
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I must say I enjoyed listening.ReplyDelete
I'm randomly visiting a to z challengers that catch my eye.ReplyDelete
Perfect companion music to the dreamy nightmare works of the author, too.ReplyDelete
Very interesting! I like the name of your blog, too.ReplyDelete
I'm stopping by from the A-Z Challenge.
Coffee in the Garden
In the Care of the Great Physician
The album cover brings back so many memories. the music itself not so much.ReplyDelete
Have you ever heard of a group called "Tyrannosaurus Rex" and they had one hit "Romany Soup"? They must have lived next door to this group.
Thanks for the visits and comments.ReplyDelete
Susan -- Yes, I remember T-Rex. Don't remember too much of their music since I didn't own any of their albums and don't know that any of my friends had any either. It was all music from an eclectic era of arts.
Trippy! I think the Old Gentleman would have liked the intro.ReplyDelete