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    Tuesday, 24 June 2008

    "...I was first introduced to the Mystic Tide in the early 80's via a compilation on EVA records that had 2 life changing songs by the Tide, I also got a great album also from Eva that paired the Mystic Tide with the great San Jose, California folk-rock group the E-Types. However back then little was known about the Mystic Tide, I used to wonder who the hell is Joe Docko and why is his face not a part of Mt. Rushmore."  (Dave Furgess at Head Heritage)

    Mystic Tide were from Long Island, and as we've learned from their well documented history, they released four singles from 1965 to 1967 and then they absorbed by the black hole that eats great music and spits collector's items. Their side in this LP, is so varied that if we listen to their tracks without looking at the credits we could never tell that's the same band: from the british beat sound of "I Search For A New Love" to the 9 1/2 minutes of eastern scale improvisation on "Psychedelic Journey" and their take on early psychedelia in "Frustration" there a huge distance, especially for the short period of their ac ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 2252 | Added by: afroclonk | Date: 24 June 2008 | Rating: 4.0/1


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