Thursday, June 01, 2006

Ton Vlasman-White room with desintegrating walls[1970 NL Acid Folk]

The Ton Vlasman LP White room with desintegrating walls, was musically a cross between urban folk and Indian tinted music. The album was released on the Amsterdam-based Flame Record label, an independent run by Don Peijters (originally from Assen, his brother played in the legendary formation The Sound of Imker ! ) but sold very badly at the time. Already in the eighties, record collectors worldwide particulary loved the album cover, made by fellow-Rotterdammer Leendert Le Duc, who was also responsible for the colourfull inner, a design wich would pop up again in 2000, when it was used for the cover of the prog-sampler Fantasio Daze on the (new) Op-Art label. When recording the LP, seven self-written compositions and one cover (the Velvet Underground’s Pale blue eyes ), Ton was accompanied by Frans Schoonen (organ, flute and harmonica) and Leo v.d. Vugt (Chincha tumba and tambourine). When visiting the Amsterdam 1990 Artis Record Fair, on request of the ARC-organisation, Ton was at the spot interviewed by a German reporter of the “Stern”, answering questions about the (already then) astonishing price of the album.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

a interesting lp. do you have any spiders? tnx agn

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

great lp thanks for nice job.patrick

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Charming mix of Bob Dylan meets Jan Dukes de Grey meets a ragged Mississipi John Hurt.

Esp dig the long droney track "Fight (or is is Flight?) with a Circular Course"

thanks keep 'em comin' like this.
Acid Folk Acif Folk Acid Folk!


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