Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Sundazed
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


H.P. Lovecraft Live 1968 LP

H.P. Lovecraft

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Vinyl LP From The Filmore Auditorium in 1968!

With their mix of folk, psychedelic rock and sci-fi, H.P. Lovecraft was one of the Midwest's foremost psychedelic acts before relocating to San Francisco in 1958. This blistering live set finds them a the peak of their onstage power in their adopted hometown, turning in a set of originals and covers that highlight the band's soaring harmonies and exquisite musicianship.

In case you hadn't noticed, there weren't a lot of people taking notes during the heyday of psychedelic concertdom. As a result, the lore and legend of that era consists of hazy, mumbled recollections of plankton-brained survivors. Well, rewrite the history books, because Sundazed archaeologist Jeff Jarema - in collaboration with Lovecraft honcho George Edwards - has excavated this remarkably well-preserved snapshot of Freakout Central from the birthplace of noodle-dancing, the Fillmore West circa 1968.

• Vinyl LP

Side 1:

1. Wayfaring Stranger
2. The Drifter
3. It's About Time
Side 2:
4. The White Ship
5. At The Mountains Of Madness
6. The Bag I'm In
7. I've Been Wrong Before
8. Country Boy

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