DAY BLINDNESS- ST (1969 San Francisco psych) CD
Three bonus tracks include rare singles; lyrics and photos too in the 16-page booklet.
The first single, Let Me Love, Let Me Live, released in October 1969, made it to a number one position in the French charts, but it was the B-side Marie Jolie that was most popular in the rest of Europe.
The title track It's Five O'clock quickly followed the same path; released in December 1969, it did well in the charts of many European countries. Dream-like, baroque, carefully crafted pop/psych with English lyrics, in some ways very much in the style of English bands of the era, but with that little twist that makes it very special.
|1||It's Five O'Clock||3:33|
|3||Take Your Time||2:41|
|5||Let Me Love, Let Me Live||4:45|
|7||Good Time So Fine||2:48|
|9||Such A Funny Night||4:37|
|11||Spring, Summer, Winter And Fall||4:56|