This compilation sells for so cheap less than four? Another blunder is to have forgotten the one and only great song from "Rock'n' Roll". But I guess that each fan has his own "best of" in mind, so. Same treat out of their average "Near The Beginning". One monster track : "Some Velvet Morning". And, yes : it is included here as well! A killer and one of my Vanilla Fudge - Psychedelic Sundae: The Best Of cover song from the band. But the band could also write their own great music.
Just listen to Faceless People from Renaissance as well. Another fave of mine but there are plenty here So, if you are a vinyl holder and wants some Fudge music to put in Vanilla Fudge - Psychedelic Sundae: The Best Of CD player or just curious to listen to the Fudge, don't hesitate.
Grab this "Psychedelia Sundae" : it is great psychedelic soul and heavy rock "avant la lettre". Four stars but they could have made it a five star one if track selection was slightly different.
This is a good album but not all prog rock fans are gonna love it. If you like alot of Pyshcadellic stuff, then you'll like it and i recomend you pick it up. If you really like Metal Prog, don't even think about it becuase you will hate it so much it will surprize you. But its quite enjoyable. You must be a forum member to post a review, please register here if you are not.
Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad B.O.L.* - Punk & Sex & Alcohol. The compositions range from slow, almost hypnotizing to propulsive with heavy outbursts.
The vocals sound soulful, a rather unusual combination in prog rock. For what it's worth, I've always associated VF with its contemporaries Iron Butterfly and the first incarnation of Deep Purple also a very creative cover band. Side A 1. Keep Me Hangin' On 2. Where Is Over The Ice (Live Mix) - Agoria - Balance 016 Mind 3.
The Look Of Love 4. Ticket To Ride 5. Side B 1. That's What Makes A Man 3. Season Of The Witch 4. The album was the band's last studio album prior to their initial break-up in the spring of Renaissance is the third album by rock band Vanilla Fudge, released in June It was their first album to feature mostly original material, with five of its seven tracks penned by band members.
In addition to the band's original songs, Renaissance also included "The Spell That Comes After", and a cover version of "Season of the Witch", originally written and performed by Scottish folk singer Donovan. CD reissues of Renaissance include three additional songs that were originally released as non-LP singles concurrently with the album.
Renaissance peaked at 20 on the Billboard album charts in July The Beat Goes On. Vanilla Fudge is the first album by the American psychedelic rock band Vanilla Fudge. Released in summerit consists entirely of half-speed covers and three short original instrumental compositions. The album was Vanilla Fudge's most successful, peaking Vanilla Fudge - Psychedelic Sundae: The Best Of 6 on the Billboard album charts in September Out Through The In Door.
According to the band's official webpage, Vanilla Fudge - Psychedelic Sundae: The Best Of originally was to be released in February The following statement was taken from their website: Coming in February, A New Album!
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