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Why - Orange Drop - Zodiac (CD, Album)

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  1. Hailing from Philadelphia, the launching pad for many great neo-psych groups, we now get The Orange Drop. The Orange Drop blends dreamy psychedelia with some darker, acid-laced sounds of the sixties.
  2. Explore releases from No Zodiac at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from No Zodiac at the Discogs Marketplace.
  3. Mar 01,  · The Zodiac was not a band as usual, but a collective of top L.A. session-musicians. The idea for this experimental concept-album on astrology goes back to Jac Holzman, Elektra's founder and president. The Moog was hired right from an AES (Audio Engineering Society) convention, which took /5(30).
  4. Dec 09,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Splatter, Orange and Yellow Vinyl release of Capricorn (The Zodiac Sessions) on Discogs. Label: Nuclear Blast - NB ,Nuclear Blast - • Format: Vinyl LP Splatter, Orange and YellowVinyl LP, Single Sided, Etched Splatter, Orange and YellowAll Media Album, Limited Edition /5(5).
  5. The Zodiac: Cosmic Sounds (also known, less correctly, as either The Zodiac by Cosmic Sounds, or Cosmic Sounds by The Zodiac – the sleevenotes were unclear) was a collaborative concept album on the theme of the signs of the esedpelpocarlkibackfichmiebutnoheas.co was issued by Elektra Records in May and featured early use of the Moog synthesizer by Paul Beaver, with music written by Mort Garson, words by Jacques.
  6. In the late 70's in the students' club of the Latvian State Conservatory Janis Lusens organized a rock-group, named "Zodiac", almost exclusively concentrating upon studio work. Their first album, "Disco Alliance", recorded in , turned out to be a block-buster on the Soviet stage.
  7. The dozen signs of the Zodiac are ruminated upon during the pseudo-psychedelic Cosmic Sounds. This embarrassingly dated "concept" album was issued in late on Elektra Records. The recording -- replete with equally absurd cover art -- helped usher in the "age of Aquarius.".