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Old 11.02.2011, 04:41 AM   #3
Mortte Jousimo
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Originally Posted by TheDom
SF Sorrow is one of my favorite albums.

the early stuff is kind of so-so. just typical 60s rhythm and blues/rock and roll.

emotions is worth hearing though. its not as full blown as sf sorrow but its still pretty good.

the band also put out releases as "electric banana" which is just zany psychedelia stuff. if you are really into this band look for it but its really not all that good. pretty generic 60s stuff. wikipedia explains it better than I do:

Electric Banana was a pseudonymous 1967 album of the band. The band recorded this album and two subsequent ones for the De Wolfe Music Library. De Wolfe provided stock music for film soundtracks. The Electric Banana music wound up on various horror and soft-porn films of the late 1960s, such as What's Good for the Goose (1969). When the album was released, the stage name The Electric Banana was used to hide the band's identity

but ya... sf sorrow is great. great production and a lot of layers.

Thanx for info! How about that after-Parachute-stuff? Electric banana sounds a little bit kind of "minor point" to me, but cause Im very curious, I maybe check it out someday. I think that Rn`b-stuff I`ve heard is quite good, maybe there is a little more "grease" as for example Stones stuff in that era.
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