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The Mystic Astrologic Crystal Band - 1967 - Same
woodstock69Date: Thursday, 26 June 2008, 11:38 | Message # 1
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The Mystic Astrologic Crystal Band - 1967 - The Mystic Astrologic Crystal Band


1. The MACB Theme (2:22)
2. Sunbeams and rainbows (2:49)
3. I think I'll just lie here and die (2:22)
4. Gaberdene square (3:36)
5. Ah ha ha ha (2:34)
6. Krystalyze (2:32)
7. Today (1:56)
8. Yellow room (2:45)
9. Authors (3:34)
10. It's strange (2:41)
11. Only time (2:50)
12. Oatmeal quicksand (1:06)

This albums is the harder album of the two, Clip Out, Put-On Book is a softer album this one isn't much harder but the electric guitars and Sitar make this a more progressive album than the first one, they have lost the pop thing here although you can hear the pop peering through here a little but overall this is a much better album.


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MagicalMysteryGirlDate: Saturday, 20 September 2008, 04:10 | Message # 2
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Speaking of this band... I've been hunting for a song they do called Geometry Alley. Anyone?

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Speaking of this band... I've been hunting for a song they do called Geometry Alley. Anyone?

Opa-LokaDate: Sunday, 21 September 2008, 00:14 | Message # 3
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You can find it here :
Mystic Astrologic Crystal Band – Flowers Never Cry (compilation with both LPs)

This Los Angeles area pop group recorded two interesting albums for Gene Norman’s Carole label in 1967 and 1968. The first, The Mystic Astrologic Crystal Band Featuring Steve Hoffman was a pleasant collection of flower pop ditties highlighted by the sitar-led “Factory Endeavour” and the A-side to their only single, “Flowers Never Cry.” The second album Clip out Put on Book was a slightly more progressive effort which showed the band to be receptive to the changing face of psychedelic rock, while remaining true to their pop sensibilities. Both albums are very pleasant and enjoyable, and consist entirely of Steve Hoffman originals. Some of the best of these include “The M.A.C.B. Theme,” “Yesterday Girl,” “It’s Strange,” and “Authors.” The group’s recordings are surprisingly well produced and arranged, and benefit greatly from the group’s perceived eagerness to create new sounds within the standard pop format. A particularly notable example of this eagerness to create new sounds is the group’s use of a variety of exotic musical instruments. These include sitar, hammer dulcimer, harpsichord, harp, bongos, distorted guitar, and several instruments completely unidentifiable by this reviewer as well as tape loops and other effects. Musically, the group always seems ready to try something new. Both these albums are featured in their entirety on a CD from Drop Out records entitled Flowers Never Cry. If you have an appreciation for well-produced pop, this CD is for you. It can even be recommended to psych heads because of the group’s great musical experimentation and variety. It’s time you checked this group out.

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