Various ‎– Chocolate Soup For Diabetics

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A1 The Voice (8) The Train To Disaster
Written-By – Hammill*, Anderson*
A2 The Nuchez's Open Up Your Mind
Written-By – Roger Weiss
A3 Tintern Abbey Vacuum Cleaner
Written-By – MacTavish*
A4 One In A Million Double Sight
Written-By – J. McCulloch*, W. Scenters*
A5 The Misunderstood Children Of The Sun
Written-By – Browne*, Hill*
A6 Dantalian's Chariot The Madman Running Through The Fields
Written-By – Somers*, Money*
A7 The Nuchez's B.G's One Eye
Written-By – R. Erickson*
B1 The Flies I'm Not Your Stepping Stone
Written-By – Boyce/Hart*
B2 One In A Million Fredereek Hernando
Written-By – A. Young*, W. Scenters*
B3 The Fire* Father's Name Is Dad
Written-By – Lambert*
B4 Tintern Abbey Beeside
Written-By – MacTavish*
B5 The Fresh Windows Fashion Conscious
Written By – S. Barrett
B6 The Apple* The Otherside
Written-By – J. Harrod*
B7 The Unexplained A Walk Down Emily Lane
Written-By – The Unexplained

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First Volume in this notable series of mid/late 1960's UK Psych and Freakbeat compilations.

Track A6 incorrectly titled "The Madam Running Through The Fields" on the sleeve.

Track B1 is a version of the song made famous by the Monkees, originally the B-side to "I'm A Believer".

Track B7 is possibly a newer recording made around the time of release by an (unidentified) group of musicians, since there is currently no evidence of it ever existing in any form prior to this release.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 etched): S1 (ALI) LSD - 1 A 1 JA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 etched): S1 (ALI) LSD - 1 B 1 JA

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OldGuysStillRock

OldGuysStillRock

November 15, 2013
Richard, glad you like the record I put together all those years ago. and track B7 was recorded in 1966 in a local studio in Cambridge and was never released. I was only responsible for the first three issues of the series. The follow up was going to be called number six and based on the 60' s TV series The Prisoner but I never finished it.

Lee
richardmason

richardmason

February 7, 2013
This record changed my life. Unsurpassable. Don't care if it's speeded up. No Rubble etc vol had such an impact on me. 2 & 3 were great too but this rules. If you don't know the music on here go remedy.