In 1969, Locksley Hall, a psychedelic band from Washington, recorded a full album at Audio Recorders in Seattle produced by Sonics Engineer Kearney Barton and long time Northwest guitarist Ned Neltner (Mark Five, Gas Company…). Never released at the time, this is a great example of West Coast styled psychedelia / acid-rock, featuring female vocals, prominent organ, hard guitar, excellent songs.
*Newly remastered sound.
*Insert with photos and liner notes
RIYL: Country Joe & The Fish, Jefferson Airplane, Growing Concern, Creation Of Sunlight, Charlatans, Big Brother & The Holding Company, It’s A Beautiful Day. “This album plays almost like a sampler of westcoast music”. – Aaron Milenski (Acid Archives)
A1 Locksley Hall (Poem)
A3 Let Me Blow Out Your Candle
A4 Baby Blue Eyes
B1 Some Say Love
B2 What Does A Lonely Heart Do?
B4 Wake Up (Tubby's Tune)
B5 When Autumn Leaves Turn To Gold
B6 Locksley Hall (Poem)
B7 After Thought