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A thousand and 1 night (CD)
CD reissue of 1969 album. The career of the Helpful Soul was a real case of wrong place, wrong time - for they hit their blues stride just as heavy blues was becoming hard rock, and graduated to heavy rock too late to capitalise on even that brief fad. However, they recorded one outstanding track, the ten-minutes-plus of "Peace For Fools", which appeared on their otherwise bog-standard blues dirge debut LP. This track in itself separates them from all Japanese blues bands for it is a Kim Fowleyan masterpiece of Jim Morrison mystical doggerel/truly possessed nihilist genius. Unfortunately, leader Junio Nakahara was so inspired by witnessing a performance by Blues Creation, when his band supported them at the Too Much Festival, that he was soon after driven to change his own name to Tstomu Ogawa while his band became known as ... Too Much. (JC)
169 SEK 
 
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Specifications
Type: CD
Recorded: 1969
Release Date: 2009-09-16
Label: DIY
Country: Euro
Item No: PCDP664
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Track List
01 Main title
02 Aldin's theme
03 Lovely MIlliam
04 An enchanted night
05 Plundering of a slave
06 The torture
07 The dance of the bandits
08 Media's theme
09 The flying wooden horse
10 The love of Jallis
11 Cheerful Aldin
12 The contest of plundered treasures
Browse by artist: HELPFUL SOUL - 3 items
Type
Artist - Title Release date Price
1   First album
2006-07-18
159 SEK
 
2   A thousand and 1 night
2009-09-16
169 SEK
 
3   First album = LP =
2012-05-15
189 SEK
 
 
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