Saturday, April 25, 2009

Fifty Foot Hose - Cauldron... plus (1967)

Mp3 170Mb
Fifty Foot Hose were one of the most unusual '60s San Francisco psychedelic bands, in part because they weren't really that psychedelic. Like a few other acts of the time (most notably the United States of America), they were trying to fuse the contemporary sounds of rock with electronic instruments and avant-garde compositional ideas. Only one album resulted from the ambitious enterprise, and that record (Cauldron, 1968) still remains unknown to all but hardcore collectors. Although an erratic work, it was intriguing for its mix of jazzy psychedelic rock tunes with electronic sound effects that anticipated future models of synthesizers, but sounded fiercer and more primitive.Fifty Foot Hose were founded by bassist Cork Marcheschi... Read More...
1* And After (Marcheschi)2* If Not This Time (Blossom)3* Opus 777 (Marcheschi)4* The Things That Concern You (Evans/Evans)5* Opus 11 (Marcheschi)6* Red the Sign Post (Blossom/Roswicky)7* For Paula (Marcheschi)8* Rose (Blossom)9* Fantasy (Blossom)10* God Bless the Child (Herzog/Holiday)11* Cauldron (Blossom/Kimsey/Marcheschi)12* If Not This Time (demo) (Blossom)13* Red the Sign Post (demo) (Blossom/Roswicky)14* Fly Free (demo) (Blossom)15* Desire (demo) (Evans)16* Bad Trip (Marcheschi)17* Skins (Marcheschi)18* Bad Trip (Marcheschi)

Tracks 1 to 15 were recorded by Fifty Foot Hose;

* David Blossom - guitar, piano

* Nancy Blossom - vocals

* Larry Evans - guitar, vocals

* Terry Hansley - bass

* Kim Kimsey - drums

* Cork Marcheschi - electronics, sound effects

Tracks 16 to 18 were recorded by The Ethix. The line-up was possibly;

* Cork Marcheschi - bass

* Bob Noto - guitar

* Bob Gibson - vocals

* Gary Doos - drums



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