First official vinyl reissue since its original release in 1969
LP limited to 500 copies.
One of the top Canadian rock albums of the psychedelic era, Comes with color insert with band history and photos.
In the spring of 1969, 49th Parallel had a hit in with "Twilight Woman", a lovely song that sounds like a poppier version of what bands like Tomorrow were doing in England. That success led to the release of 49th Parallelís only album. All hyperbole aside, it is easily one of the top Canadian rock albums of the psychedelic era.
The album is strong throughout, from the pulsating psychedelia of Lazerander Filchy and the ultra-strange (The) Magician, the shimmering beauty of 'Twilight Woman', to the quintessential slashing guitars punk edginess of Now That I'm a Man and (Come On Little Child &) Talk To Me. Dan Lowe's blazing fuzz guitar work stands out on Missouri and also when matched by organist Jack Velker's brilliant work on Eye To Eye, Talk To Me and The) People.
|A1||Now That I'm A Man||2:22|
|A3||Eye Yo Eye||2:45|
|B1||(Come On Little Child) Talk To Me||3:00|
|B4||Close The Barn Door||3:11|