Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Waterpipes & Dykes Dutch Psychedelic Underground 1966-1972

Highly Recommended!
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high quality artwork included(front and back)

18 tracks of awesome & obscure dutch psychedelia
only stupid track is the song by Karel Appel(yes,that painter)
who sings in very bad english(or is it mumbling)

ends with 2 long tracks(10 minutes +)
one being from my province(children of jubal)

one funny thing is that its volume 1,while there is not
a volume 2(yet!) and there's not even info when volume might

The Arnhem Institute of Music presents the lost archives of original Dutch Krautrock and Psychedelia. From the sublime to the ridiculous, and often within the same song, this compilation is a rare gem.

"After 30 years this musical pearl is wrested from oblivion and this unique collection of recordings finally gets its well-deserved recognition in the world of pop music...

Long awaited compilation of Dutch psych. Holland produced some of the best '60s psych singles but few have been compiled, until now... This amazing comp is housed in a full colour psych sleeve with fully annotated booklet. It features gems from Mothers Love, NV Groep 65, Crash, Dirty, Karel Appel, St. Giles System and more...

get it!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice and very rare music, even for dutch people. Thanks,

2:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought it was the other way around. I thought the only cool song on this was the Karl Appel song with that crazy spooky Hammond. The rest of the songs on this were just kind of weak Dutch Beat, or in other words English imitations. None of it came close to any true underground experimental Dutch stuff, like Group 1850 or late Q65 stuff. The last two long songs were also great too. Anyway, it was still interesting to hear.

12:46 AM  
Anonymous Sam Stone said...

This looks interesting, I'll give it a go :-)

1:28 PM  
Blogger Equimathorn Jr. said...

Pretty good stuff, I especially liked the Motives and Bumble Bees but the last two tracks make it essential. The Surprieze track sounds, at points, like those early, insane John Frusciante records.

12:48 PM  
Anonymous site said...

It won't work in actual fact, that is what I suppose.

1:13 PM  

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