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Dear Louise - The Open Mind - The Open Mind (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Dakinos
    Listen to music from The Open Mind like Magic Potion - Bonus, Magic Potion & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Open Mind.
  2. Dicage
    The Open Mind – The Open Mind The Open Mind – The Open Mind. Two more album tracks, opening pair finds them hitting the snappy mod target, recalling some other boys about town, such as the early Who in Dear Louise or The Creation in Try Another Day.
  3. Fenrikora
    Buy The Open Mind [Bonus Tracks] (CD) by The Open Mind (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S. The Open Mind [Record Store Day] (LP) The Open Mind Label Releases. Departures [Record Store Day] (LP) Dear Louise. The Open Mind 2. Try Another Day.
  4. Faudal
    Feb 12,  · "As a defining point of the U.K. psychedelic/progressive rock crossover, the Open Mind's sole album is the perfect specimen. With a singing style rooted in the freakbeat era, rather than the operatic tenor screams hard rock ushered in, and acidic duel guitars, heavier than those of a typical psychedelic act, The Open Mind filled the gap between the beginning of one era and the end of another.
  5. Vokree
    Album. The Open Mind The Open Mind Dear Louise Lyrics. 2. Try Another Day Lyrics. 3. I Feel The Same Way Too Lyrics. 4. My Mind Cries About “The Open Mind” “The Open Mind” Q&A.
  6. Keran
    CD packed into a 4 panel digipack UV gloss with a 12 page booklet One of the best-loved British psychedelic albums of all time, The Open Mind is a hard-rocking collection that sank without trace on its original release in Produced with the band’s full co-operation, this definitive reissue comes complete with rare photographs, detailed liner notes and both sides of their ultra-rare non.
  7. Yozshuktilar
    The Open Mind's sole album is one of the heaviest examples of the so-called freakbeat of the late s. Though it's easy to tag it as 'psychedelia', there is little evidence here that illegal substances were at work. Only the classic, fuzz and wah-drenched 'Magic Potion' suggests otherwise/5(26).

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