Too Much Sun Will Burn: British Psychedelic Sounds - Too Much Sun Will Burn: British Psychedelic Sounds | RECORD STORE DAY
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1. Paper Sun (Mono Single Version) - Traffic
2. Revolution (Mono, Early Alternative Version) - Tomorrow
3. Baby Your Phrasing Is Bad - Caleb
4. Talk of the Devil - Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera
5. Horizons - Alex Harvey
6. Night of the Long Grass - the Troggs
7. 14 Hour Technicolour Dream - the Syn
8. Look at Me, I'm You - Blossom Toes
9. Snowman - Tintern Abbey
10. Nina (Band Version) - Elton John
11. Two Weeks Last Summer - Strawbs (Featuring Sandy Denny)
12. Technicolour Dream - the Alan Bown!
13. No-One Else Can See - the Piccadilly Line
14. Good Times - Eric Burdon ; the Animals
15. Two Little Ladies (Azalea and Rhododendron) - Crocheted Doughnut Ring
16. She Is Beautiful - Genesis
17. Painting Box - Incredible String Band
18. Love-Hate-Revenge (UK Single Version) - Episode Six
19. There Ain't No Use in Hangin' on - the Marmalade
20. Saturday Night People - Scott Henderson
21. Amelia Jane - Made in Sheffield
22. All You've Got - the Lovin'
23. Go-Go Girl - John's Children
24. It Could Be Wonderful - the Smoke
25. Let's Go to San Francisco (Parts 1 and 2, Mono Version) - the Flower Pot Men
26. Dive Into Yesterday - Kaleidoscope
27. Silas Stingy - the Who
28. Wave the Flag and Stop the Train - the Move
29. Gypsy Fred - the Koobas
30. Don't Make It So Hard (On Me Baby) - Simon Dupree ; the Big Sound
31. Lady Under the Lamp - the End
32. Hyacinth Threads - the Orange Bicycle
33. Wooden Spoon - the Poets
34. Any More Than I Do - the Attack
35. Garden of My Mind - the Mickey Finn
36. I Can't Sleep - the Quik
37. Boy Meets Girl - Paper Blitz Tissue
38. My New Day and Age - the Mindbenders
39. Love - the Virgin Sleep
40. Homburg - Procol Harum
41. The Intro and the Outro - the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band
42. The Sun Goes Down - Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick and Tich
43. Red Sky at Night - the Accent
44. A Little Bit of Shangri-La - Our Plastic Dream
45. Tiny Goddess (Single Version) -Nirvana
46. Up So High - Living Daylights
47. Morning Sun (Alternative Version) - the Spencer Davis Group
48. Suddenly Winter - the Tremeloes
49. Silver Man* (Original Version) - Lisa ; Francesca
50. Mrs. Busby - the Mirage
51. Another Vincent Van Gogh (Alternative Version) - the 23rd Turnoff
52. What Shall I Do - the Artwoods
53. King Midas in Reverse (Mono Single Version) - the Hollies
54. Sitting in My Tree - the Idle Race
55. Silly Boy Blue - David Bowie
56. Mr. Evasion - the Pretty Things
57. Heaven and Hell - the Easybeats
58. Susannah's Still Alive (Mono Single Version) - Dave Davies
59. Patterns - Small Faces
60. I Can Fly - the Herd
61. Royal Blue Summer Sunshine Day - the Bystanders
62. Beechwood Park (Mono Single Version) - the Zombies
63. Nightmares - the Creation
64. Something Out of Place (Aka Eltiton) - the Tickle
65. Green Veined Orchid - the Universals
66. Getting Old - Svensk
67. I'm in Love with An Ex Beauty Queen - Great Uncle Fred
68. Arthur Green - Andy Ellison
69. My Ways Are Set - John Williams
70. Turn of the Century - Tony Rivers ; the Castaways
71. Sunshine Secret - Normie Rowe
72. Black Sheep R.I.P. - Australian Playboys
73. LTTS - Big Jim Sullivan
74. Turn Your Face Away* - Lisa ; Frances
75. Icarus - the Action
76. Never Never (Baker Street Version) - Focal Point
77. Lovely Elisa Cope Is Dead - the 23rd Turnoff
78. Rebecca (100 Days)* - Circle Plantagenet
79. Bedazzled - Peter Cook ; Dudley Moore

More Info:

Four-hour, 79-track CD devoted to the British psychedelic sounds of 1967. Follow-up volume to Grapefruit's much-admired anthology 'Let's Go Down And Blow Our Minds'. In 2016, Cherry Red's psychedelic imprint Grapefruit Records released the 3CD set 'Let's Go Down And Blow Our Minds', a hugely successful, widely-acclaimed anthology of lysergically- inclined music made in Britain during the epochal year of 1967. In response to the many requests we've received, here's the long-awaited second volume, housed like it's predecessor in a clamshell box with a lavishly annotated and illustrated 48- page booklet. Featuring 79 mind-melting tracks from British psychedelia's key year, 'Too Much Sun Will Burn' covers all bases, incorporating the era's big hitters (The Move, The Who, Small Faces, ISB, Pretty Things, The Zombies), huge singles (Traffic, Procol Harum, The Hollies, Eric Burdon & The Animals, The Troggs), cult 45s (Paper Blitz Tissue, Made In Sheffield, Caleb and many others) and such future legends as Bowie, Genesis, Alex Harvey and Elton John, with a track from his legendary aborted debut LP 'Regimental Sgt. Zippo'. With numerous rare mixes, key album tracks, first-ever CD appearances, a clutch of previously-unissued gems and Peter Cook & Dudley Moore supplying the laconic final word on our groovy little scene, Too Much Sun Will Burn is yet another vital release from British psychedelia's premier reissue label. You'll be bedazzled