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Under-exalted genius of the first magnitude!-Steve Carosello
I love that album cover photo. What better statement is there of music's power to wipe away the day's hassles? Alan Price is definitely a cool cat -- so glad you've included him on the list.
I really dig his cover of Randy Newman's "Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear," and the stuff he did for "O, Lucky Man!"
O, Lucky Man is awesome. First heard it in camp as a kid and couldn't wait to see the film that went with the soundtrack.
What a wonderful photo. If you lived a certain kind of life in the sixties/seventies, every single detail in this picture rings true, down to the tea kettle on the stove. Thanks.
"My name is little Alan Priceand I tried to be nice all of my lifebut I'm afraid that up do dateit hasn't worked . . ."
I don't want to overanalyze this image, but doesn't it seem as though the disc on the turntable has played through, the tonearm is onto the label, and Alan is zoned out?BTW, I speak as a confirmed fan, of more years than I care to admit.
His "O'Lucky Man" soundtrack music was (& is) stellar. Plus that wicked right hand on his organ solo on The Animals "House Of The Rising Sun".Totally under appreciated musical genius!
Classic English bedsit of the late 1960s!
You're right - the room layout is as if recreated by the V&A. The matador print is a good touch.
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