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C.Q.


  • 1. Misfit
    2. Zsarrahh
    3. CQ
    4. Daddy Died On Saturday
    5. It Seems Like Nothing's Gonna Come My Way Today
    6. Doctor
    7. Man On The Dune, The
    8. Bear, The
    9. Happyville
    10. You're Everything On Earth
    11. Wish You Were Here With Me Today
    12. I Love You No. 2
    13. Prisonsong
    14. Do You Feel Alright [Live At Fantasio, Amsterdam, 31 December 1968] - (live)
    15. Daddy Died On Saturday [Live At Fantasio, Amsterdam, 31 December 1968] - (live)
    16. I Love You No. 2 [Live At Fantasio, Amsterdam, 31 December 1968] - (live)
    17. Misfit [Live At Fantasio, Amsterdam, 31 December 1968] - (live)
    18. Happyville [Live At Fantasio, Amsterdam, 31 December 1968] - (live)
    19. Prisonsong [Live At Fantasio, Amsterdam, 31 December 1968] - (live)
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): Retro891

  • Credits
    ProducerMark Stratford (Compilation); Kieron Tyler (Compilation)
    EngineerErik Bakker

    Personnel: Ronald Splinter (vocals, guitar, 12-string guitar); Wally Tax (vocals, guitar, balalaika, flute, harmonica, organ, vibraphone, cymbals, tambourine); Frank Beek (vocals, guitar, piano, organ, vibraphone, cymbals).
    Audio Remasterer: Simon Murphy .
    Liner Note Authors: Kieron Tyler; Mike Stax .
    Recording information: Fantasio, Amsterdam (12/31/1968).
    Photographers: Andy Chopping; Wim Davids.
    Their final LP (now available on CD) is one of the finer unsung psychedelic records of the late '60s. Heavy echoes of Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd, Hendrix, and psychedelic-era Pretty Things, with adroit shifts from crunching rock and soft, almost folky passages to spacy phase shift bits and just plain dementia. The album has an ominous and creepy, but rocking, ambience that still cuts deep. The 2001 CD reissue on Pseudonym adds five bonus tracks from late-'60s singles, though a couple of these are just alternate mono or stereo versions. ~ Richie Unterberger

  • Critic Reviews
    Record Collector (magazine) (p.100) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's a thrillingly steroidal 13th Floor Elevators type of noise, proto-punk in its nihilistic raunch and positively avant-garde when it comes to the histrionic psychosis of 'Prisonsong'..."
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