Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity ‎– Streetnoise

Marmalade ‎– 608005/6
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold


How Good It Would Be To Feel Free
A1 Tropic Of Capricorn
A2 Czechoslovakia
A3 Take Me To The Water
A4 A Word About Colour
Kiss Him Quickly, He Has To Part
B1 Light My Fire
B2 Indian Rope Man
B3 When I Was A Young Girl
B4 Flesh Failures (Let The Sunshine In)
Looking In The Eye Of The World
C1 Ellis Island
C2 In Search Of The Sun
C3 Finally Found You Out
C4 Looking In The Eye Of The World
Save The Country
D1 Vauxhall To Lambeth Bridge
D2 All Blues
D3 I've Got Life
D4 Save The Country

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Month of release from Record Collector Magazine July 1994 p.210

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (LP1 cat#): 608005
  • Other (LP 2 cat#): 608006


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September 29, 2017
edited over 3 years ago

For me this sums up the 60s in spirit and brings it IMO to a perfect finish!
DeepConsciousSoul-PsychedelicRock-ProgFolk-HammondOrganFunk-Jazz Glorious! .... Julie Driscoll singing about Swinging Sixties Life and Hopes for the Future! PLayers all chiming in perfectly - need i say Ralph Steadman ( of Hunter S Thompson infamy) to illustrate the whole thing just rounds off this package visually.
For me this album is above Bob Dylan, Doors, Beach Boys, Beatles and theyre contemporaries for pure diversity and street griot!!!