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Ton Vlasman - White Room With Disintegrating Walls flac album

Ton Vlasman - White Room With Disintegrating Walls flac album

Performer: Ton Vlasman
Title: White Room With Disintegrating Walls
Rating: 4.8
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Originally released in 1970 on Flame. Issued by agreement with Frans Schoonen and Leo van Vugt.

Format: 180 gram vinyl LP Cat: LPS 065 Released: 04 Aug 09 Genre: Folk/Americana. 2. "Fight With A Circular Course". 3. "Walking In A Country Lane". Side 2. 1. "It's Alright With Me". "Mithrandir The White Horse Rider".

A wildly drug induced album full of dark psychedelia with folky overtones and exotic instrumentation. One of the best acid/space folk LPs ever. A wildly drug induced album full of dark psychedelia with folky overtones and exotic instrumentation. Great stoner hippie folk on the cosmic mystical level; full of weird urban folk and indian effects!!

Ton Vlasman recorded thisamazing piece of acid euro folk back in 1970, making it sound like an outter space freaked out Bob Dylan with the help of Frans Schoonen (organ, flute and harmonica) and Leo van Vugt (chincha tumba and tambourine). And the album contains also a very cool version of The Velvet Underground's "Pale Blue Eyes".

02 - Fight with a circular course. 05 - Mithrandir the white horse rider. 03 - Walking in a country lane. 07 - Story of too many prisoners. 04 - It's allright with m. p3. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50. Downloads.

Ton Vlasman recorded this amazing piece of acid Euro folk back in 1970, making it sound like an outer space freaked out Bob Dylan with the help of Frans Schoonen (organ, flute and harmonica) and Leo van Vugt (chincha tumba and tambourine). The album, originally released on the small Flame label from Amsterdam, sold poorly back in the seventies - thus becoming a collector’s piece when it was rediscovered in the eighties.

Credits

Ton Vlasman - Primary Artist
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