Shadowland

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Shadowland - Beauty Of Escaping Beauty Of Escaping
Pop Used - LP GHS 24286 Geffen
Mint, Hard To Find 1990 Original With Song Hype Sticker And Gold Promo Stamp On The Jacket And Custom Inner Sleeve. “Shadowland Are Another One Of Those '60s-Oriented Bands, But This Time With A Little Bit Of A Twist. While You'll Hear Sitars And Tablas And The Odd Burst Of Weird Stuff On "Sweet Mystery," And It's Really The Sort Of '60s Orientation That Allows For Other Influences. There's A Little Bit Of R.E.M.-Style Georgia Acoustic Rock Here And There; There's A Feel That's Got A Little Lou Reed And A Little Led Zeppelin On "Heroin Eyes," Yet Doesn't Get Into That Endless Nasally Drone. The "Live In The Studio" Style Of "Something On Your Mind," Has A Good-Naturedly Ramshackle Air About It, Leaving It As One Of The Most Engaging Numbers On The Album, Along With The Terrific "The Deepest Indigo Blue," Which Was Apparently Recorded With The Band Sleepy From An Extremely Long Day; The Relaxed Air Helps It Considerably. The '60s Ambience Certainly Comes Through, Though --"Miss Yesterday" Is The One Consciously '60s-Oriented Song, But Then You Also Have "Evil That You Do," "The Deepest Indigo Blue," And "Sweet Mystery" Sounding Directly '60s-Inspired. The Nature Of The Whole Album, For All The Crashing Around With Percussion Instruments, Is Organic, Rather Than Technological, Right Down To The Use Of Rockfield Studios. The Beauty Of Escaping Is An Entertaining Album, Good In Terms Of Ambience, And Certainly Listenable, Even When The Songs Are Fitted With A Message And Fired Point-Blank At The Listener.” Steven McDonald, AMG.... more details
 
Shadowland - Beauty Of Escaping Beauty Of Escaping
Pop New - LP GHS 24286 Geffen
Sealed Hard To Find 1990 Original With Song Hype Sticker And Gold Promo Stamp On The Jacket And Custom Inner Sleeve. “Shadowland Are Another One Of Those '60s-Oriented Bands, But This Time With A Little Bit Of A Twist. While You'll Hear Sitars And Tablas And The Odd Burst Of Weird Stuff On "Sweet Mystery," And It's Really The Sort Of '60s Orientation That Allows For Other Influences. There's A Little Bit Of R.E.M.-Style Georgia Acoustic Rock Here And There; There's A Feel That's Got A Little Lou Reed And A Little Led Zeppelin On "Heroin Eyes," Yet Doesn't Get Into That Endless Nasally Drone. The "Live In The Studio" Style Of "Something On Your Mind," Has A Good-Naturedly Ramshackle Air About It, Leaving It As One Of The Most Engaging Numbers On The Album, Along With The Terrific "The Deepest Indigo Blue," Which Was Apparently Recorded With The Band Sleepy From An Extremely Long Day; The Relaxed Air Helps It Considerably. The '60s Ambience Certainly Comes Through, Though --"Miss Yesterday" Is The One Consciously '60s-Oriented Song, But Then You Also Have "Evil That You Do," "The Deepest Indigo Blue," And "Sweet Mystery" Sounding Directly '60s-Inspired. The Nature Of The Whole Album, For All The Crashing Around With Percussion Instruments, Is Organic, Rather Than Technological, Right Down To The Use Of Rockfield Studios. The Beauty Of Escaping Is An Entertaining Album, Good In Terms Of Ambience, And Certainly Listenable, Even When The Songs Are Fitted With A Message And Fired Point-Blank At The Listener.” Steven McDonald, AMG.... more details
 

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