Graffiti - Graffiti 1968 (FULL ALBUM) [Psychedelic rock]




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Published on Jun 4, 2015

Psychedelic rock 1968 USA
1. Father Protector (4:16)
2. The Capture Of Me / Life Blood (9:45)
3. Jingle Jangle Woman (5:10)
4. New Life / Girl On Fire / Cold Water / Love In Spite (15:15)
5. Ugly Mascara (5:19)
+ Bonus track:
6. He's Got The Knack (2:41)

Graffiti was formed in North America around 1968 and has elements of Progressive Rock and Psychedelic Rock, Its a very interesting album and way before its time. There is a lot going on the music with this band, it keeps you interested throughout and is extremely unpredictable as we all like, prog rock and Psych rock fans will adore this album and LSD is certainly the right title for this album.
Highly Recommended!!!
Graffiti consisted of George Stuntz (guitars), Jon St.John (guitar), Steve Benderoth (bass-keyboards), Richie Blakan (drums-percussion), and Tony Taylor (vocals).
They were another act on the ABC label that were produced by Bob Thiele along with Eddie Kramer who was known for his engineering work for Jimi Hendrix, and Jay Senter. I thought i read somewhere that the group were from the Philadelphia area, but i'm probably wrong.
According to Richie Unterberger of AMG, the album was "Accomplished in its musicianship and versatile in its stylistic focus, but lacked much in the way of enduring musical interest, blending some jazz, classical, pop, and blues influences into a generic, West Coast rock-influenced psychedelic sound that often employed high multi-part vocal harmonies".

George Stuntz (guitars),
Jon St.John (guitar),
Steve Benderoth (bass-keyboards),
Richie Blakan (drums-percussion),
Tony Taylor (vocals).


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