Elephant Stone ‎– Elephant Stone

Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered


A1 Setting Sun
A2 Heavy Moon
A3 Masters Of War
A4 Hold Onto Yr Soul
A5 A Silent Moment
B1 Looking Thru Baby Blue
B2 Sally Go Round The Sun
B3 Love The Sinner, Hate The Sin
B4 The Sea Of Your Mind
B5 The Sacred Sound


First press is hand numbered and limited to 500 copies. With lyric insert. There is a second pressing that is unnumbered, Elephant Stone.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (As Printed): 7 28028 22924 0

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VVNL24812P Elephant Stone Elephant Stone(CD, Album, Promo) V2 VVNL24812P Europe 2013 Sell This Version
RVRB-010 Elephant Stone Elephant Stone(LP, Album, Ltd, Num) Hidden Pony Records, The Reverberation Appreciation Society RVRB-010 Canada 2013 Sell This Version
RVRB-0010 Elephant Stone Elephant Stone(LP, Album) The Reverberation Appreciation Society RVRB-0010 US 2013 Sell This Version
VVNL24812 Elephant Stone Elephant Stone(CD, Album) V2 VVNL24812 Europe 2013 Sell This Version
BRGR445 Elephant Stone Elephant Stone(Cass, Album, Ltd, Num) Burger Records, The Reverberation Appreciation Society BRGR445 US 2013 Sell This Version


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June 8, 2014
Much like the work George Harrison did in the 60’s, on all of The Beatles albums, Elephant Stone weave an eclectic exotic mix of classic psychedelic rock, along with elements of of traditional Indian music, that is quiet breathable, expansive, and sits comfortably, without being indulgent, sloppy, or sounding scripted. Yes, that’s saying a lot, and like the Allah Las, are part of a unique new sound that I can only refer to as Mod.

On this, their self titled release, the band morphs into a solid band who’ve created a great jangling guitar laced album that will instantly bring you back for a second listen. Most psych bands like to redefine themselves on their sophomore outings, getting edgier, perhaps darker, or more immersive, but not Elephant Stone, who quiet simply, have chosen to be more refined, delivering an identifiable sound that embraces their influences [The Byrds, Steppenwolf, Tom Petty, The Beatles, and Bob Dylan] without sounding beholding ... creating a singular event that will challenge those who follow.

The music created here is flawless, there are no throw away tracks, and Rishi Dhir, a sought after sitar player, who has worked with Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Soundtrack Of Our Lives, and Beck, to mention just a few, helping them establish an atmosphere filled with etherial emotional surrealism, without allowing the use of his sitar to sound like some sort of novelty. Elephant Stone allows me smile, fills my head with swirling visions, and delivers a grouping of dreamy psych pop songs that are worth listening to.

Review by Jenell Kesler


September 11, 2013
This is not the 2013 Europe Tour release