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    Thursday, 10 July 2008

    Gale Garnett and the Gentle Reign - 1968 - Sausalito Heliport

    Gale Garnett Guitar, Kazoo, Producer
    Rob Fisher Synthesizer, Keyboards
    The Gentle Reign Synthesizer, Vocals
    Tony Hill Guitar, Percussion, Noise
    Bruce Horiuchi Organ, Piano
    Paul Robinson Percussion, Producer
    Dick Rosmini Guitar

    On her pair of obscure late-'60s Columbia LPs, Gale Garnett had changed from the fairly middle-of-the-road pop-folk singer of the mid-'60s to one far more aligned with the pop/rock and psychedelia of the times. On the second of these, Sausalito Heliport, she was backed (as she had been on the first) by the Gentle Reign. Unfortunately, the general facelessness and purposeless eclecticism of the material and arrangements remained, leaving one to wonder just what Garnett might have accomplished had she been in a band with truly good songwriters. For the songs here aren't much to rave about, sometimes seeming like awkward attempts to get in on the California psychedelic rock action, with occasional downright embarrassing improvised-sounding lyrics on some of the more ambitiou ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 2051 | Added by: innocent76 | Date: 10 July 2008 | Rating: 0.0/0


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