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Silver apples 1968
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Silver Apples is the debut studio album by the American psychedelic band Silver Apples. It was released in by record label Kapp. Silver Apples is an American psychedelic electronic music group from New York, active For the band's debut album, see Silver Apples (album). Find a Silver Apples - Silver Apples first pressing or reissue. a folk like feeling from the vocals- it was in a world of its own in & that remains unchanged.
Complete your Silver Apples record collection. dubbed the Simeon, which ( according to notes on the duo's self-titled debut LP) consisted of "nine audio. Find a Silver Apples - Silver Apples first pressing or reissue. KS, Silver Apples · Silver Apples (LP, Album, Promo), Kapp Records, KS, US, Find a Silver Apples - The Garden first pressing or reissue. Complete your Silver Apples collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.
Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Garden - Silver Apples on AllMusic - - The Silver Apples enjoyed a renaissance. Outside of the ESP-Disk label, the Sixties didn't get much farther out than the pioneering electronic rock duo Silver Apples. A Tennessee boy in New York City, . Oft-sampled electronic pop pioneers the Silver Apples released two exceptionally influential, off-kilter records in and '69, then apparently vanished. Oscillations, Seagreen Serenades, Lovefingers, Dancing Gods, Program, Velvet Cave, Whirly-Bird, Dust, Misty Mountain. After releasing two criminally overlooked albums "Silver Apples" and "Contact" they began work on their third album "The Garden" but shortly after recording they.
SILVER APPLES. The web site. Silver Apples first concert, New York, Previous · Next · List. Sheeps Meadow. [Back To Top]. Items 1 - 25 of 28 Rotorelief present a reissue of Silver Apples' self-titled debut, originally released in Available in four versions: A black vinyl version with a. Just as Silver Apples' self-titled debut album was ignored on its initial release, so went the fate of their follow-up, Contact. The music here was simply. 7 May The Silver Apples were staggeringly prescient in their technical setup, but perhaps even more influential was their use of the drone. Hypnotic.