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Strange Days - Various - Progressive Rock Covers (CD)

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  1. See also: This Day in TechJune 21, Columbia’s Microgroove LP Makes Albums Sound Good Columbia Records introduced the first successful microgroove long .
  2. Oh, what an exciting night this was. I was fortunate enough to be given the assignment to cover the Strange Days festival at the Tommy Hilfiger Jones Beach Theater due to my close proximity to the venue. As most of my writing assignments in the recent past have been related to various different genres of heavy metal, this assignment was a nice little diversion.
  3. When The Music’s Over. Composed by the entire band, it is a psychedelic / progressive rock song, included on the strange days album from , it cannot be described very well as it is full of psychedelic poetry and keyboard arrangements and synthesizers, in addition to extensive solos.
  4. Family Entertainment is the second album by the British progressive rock band Family, released in March The cover of the album was a takeoff from the sleeve of the Doors' second album, Strange Days, as Family admitted.5/5(1).
  5. Buy Strange Days (Record Store Day ) at Juno Records. In stock now for same day shipping. Strange Days (Record Store Day ) 50s / 60s Folk / Americana Indie Metal Post Rock / Experimental Progressive Rock Psych / Garage Rock Punk / Hardcore. Soundtracks. Studio Equipment. Techno (All) CD jewel cases, sleeves & trays. DB meters.
  6. 5 The Doors – ‘Strange Days’ Ever the difficult rock star, Jim Morrison refused to appear on the cover, leaving photographer Joel Brodsky to photograph some NYC street performers instead.
  7. Jul 7, - Predominately the 70's, this is the stuff that formed the foundation for my obsession See more ideas about Album covers, Classic rock, My music pins.
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  9. Jul 18,  · Family Entertainment is the second album by the British progressive rock band Family, released in March The cover of the album was a takeoff from the sleeve of the Doors' second album, Strange Days, as Family admitted.

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