The Liverpool Scene* ‎– Amazing Adventures Of The Liverpool Scene

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RCA Victor ‎– LSP-4189
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(C)1969, RCA Records, New York, N.Y.
Printed in U.S.A.
Gatefold sleeve with opening on inside

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  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 Side A): XPRS-4483-3S
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 Side B): XPRS-4484-3S
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 Side A Stamped [Etched]): XPRS-4484-1S [- A1]
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 Side B Stamped): XPRS-4484-1S

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SF 7995 The Liverpool Scene* Amazing Adventures Of(LP, Album) RCA Victor SF 7995 UK 1968 Sell This Version
LSP-4189/XPRS-4483 The Liverpool Scene* Amazing Adventures Of(LP, Album) RCA LSP-4189/XPRS-4483 Canada 1968 Sell This Version
SHP-6078 The Liverpool Scene* Amazing Adventures Of(LP, Album) RCA SHP-6078 Japan 1968 Sell This Version

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TheModGod

TheModGod

November 27, 2018

Okay I guess, I appreciate what they are trying to do, but ends up coming off rather incoherent. That being said, I am not a fan of beat poetry, or beat anything really (I really can't stand Kerouac or Ginberg, et alia), and this is definitely beat-ish. Falls to the insufferable beat-culture trope of treating women pretty much only as sex objects. This disgusting tendency in much of 'beat-culture' ruins some fairly good tracks -> I liked Palms, except the last two lines, for example. Disgusting. Why? I also dislike the fawning attitude toward the Che Guevara, but that was common for the times among more liberal types, willing to recognize some kind of hero even if fraudulent & incompetent, so I forgive. It is a reasonable and common human failure to fawn on charlatans - see just a few years ago how we kowtowed to 'tech leaders'/'silicon valley' idiots, now revealed to be, well, fraudulent & incompetent.

Anyway, this is just okay - sometimes very good, generally dull, but has aged very badly.