Faintly Blowing

Performers Kaleidoscope

March 28, 2005 | Compact Disc

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The bonus tracks on this CD are, in some ways, more consistent and accessible than much of the original album -- made up of their chronologically related single sides of the same period, they show off the most accessible and commercial side of Kaleidoscope, with the emphasis on catchy hooks and choruses, and a little less experimentation. The two Philips-issued sides, "Let the World Wash In" and "Medieval Masquerade," are also entertaining incognito pieces showing off their musicianship, the latter offering Kaleidoscope working under the name I Luv Wight, with the latter instrumental showing them stepping into Amazing Blondel territory. ~ Bruce Eder

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: March 28, 2005

Genre: Psychedelic

Style: Rock & Pop

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

UPC: 4009910104729

Found in: Psychedelic

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Faintly Blowing

Performers Kaleidoscope

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: March 28, 2005

Genre: Psychedelic

Style: Rock & Pop

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

UPC: 4009910104729


Title Track Time
1.Faintly Blowing --
2.Poem --
3.Snapdragon --
4.Story from Tom Bitz, A --
5.(Love Song) For Annie --
6.If You So Wish --
7.Opinion --
8.Bless the Executioner --
9.Black Fjord --
10.Feathered Tiger, The --
11.I'll Kiss You Once --
12.Music --
13.Do It Again for Jeffrey --
14.Poem --
15.Balloon --
16.If You So Wish --
17.Let the World Wash In --
18.Mediaeval Masquerade --

Editorial Notes

The bonus tracks on this CD are, in some ways, more consistent and accessible than much of the original album -- made up of their chronologically related single sides of the same period, they show off the most accessible and commercial side of Kaleidoscope, with the emphasis on catchy hooks and choruses, and a little less experimentation. The two Philips-issued sides, "Let the World Wash In" and "Medieval Masquerade," are also entertaining incognito pieces showing off their musicianship, the latter offering Kaleidoscope working under the name I Luv Wight, with the latter instrumental showing them stepping into Amazing Blondel territory. ~ Bruce Eder
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