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Laurelie (CD)
Laurelie was one of the first bands from the Belgian progressive scene - along with Waterloo, Irish Coffee, Jenghiz Khan and Mad Curry. Their eponymous and now very expensive album (worth 500 euro in near mint condition) was released in early 1970 on the Triangle label. This minor psych-prog masterpiece (with plenty of nice flute parts) was still rooted in the late 60's songwriting tradition, when condensed tracks were preferred over improvisations. On the other hand, the amazing (and 10-minutes long) opening track was a typical progressive offering - with everchanging moods and lots of guitar, Hammond organ and flute interplay. This premiere CD is necessary for fans of early Jethro Tull, Traffic, The Moody Blues and Cressida. Laurelie split up the same year and bassist Pierre Raepsaet went to Jenghiz Khan.
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Type: CD
Recorded: 1970
Release Date: 2011-02-25
Label: Flawed Gems
Country: Euro
Item No: GEM56
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Track List
01 Sad stone
02 Remember ronny
03 Dracula's way of makin' love
04 Have a coke
05 Ugly dirty man
06 Tower of illusion
07 Spiders in your hair
08 Deborah jane and laurelie
09 Chapter 1: deborah
10 Chapter 2: fish
11 Chapter 3: days dreams hopes
12 Chapter 4: pink clouds
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