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Ego Trip - Ultimate Spinach - Ultimate Spinach (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jun 3, - Explore edbyrd's board "ULTIMATE SPINACH", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Ultimate spinach, Spinach, Lp albums pins.
  2. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Ultimate Spinach (lp) - Vinyl LP Sundazed at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  3. The Ultimate Spinach at 88 on the Cashbox LP chart from 3/2/ The Ultimate Spinach playing at Mother Blues in Chicago in Billboard 2/24/ The Ultimate Spinach on the bill with the Sunshine Company and Smokestack Lightnin' in Venice Beach CA. This is a newspaper ad from Ad on back of full poster of LP cover.
  4. Ultimate Spinach, an Album by Ultimate Spinach. Released in on MGM (catalog no. SE; Vinyl LP). Genres: Psychedelic Rock, Pop Rock.
  5. Jun 28,  · The unique blend of psych, jazz, rock, Gregorian vocals and Baroque instrumentation sets Ultimate Spinach apart from anything released at the time. It includes the now famous “ (Ballad of the) Hip Death Goddess,” an classic featuring the eerie, haunting vocals of Barbara Hudson, an oft covered staple of the genre/5(25).
  6. Mar 16,  · All rights to Ultimate Spinach The content are provided for promotional purposes only. All rights belong to its owners. Lyric Mindless cretins groped through ideosyncracy fields Up Rising up Down.
  7. The Ultimate Spinach, arguably the finest of them all, produced magnificent examples of surreal psychedelic record-making, now prized by crate-diggers and outsider music fans alike. The Spinach's self-titled debut album is now considered a psychedelic classic, but it's the group's second record, Behold and See, that is perhaps their finest.
  8. Upon its release in early , Ultimate Spinach's self-titled debut was derided by some as second-rate psychedelia, selling reasonably well only by virtue of its hype as part of the "Bosstown Sound." So how does it sound decades later, removed from that hype and standing on the music alone? It still sounds like bush league, bandwagon-riding psychedelia.6/

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