Stockholm '67

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All Music Guide - Bruce Eder
The Electric Prunes' December 14, 1967 show from the Concert Hall in Stockholm, originally taped for broadcast on Swedish radio, fully restored and properly remastered. The result is the finest record ever released by this band, and maybe the best live album of the psychedelic era. It was issued by a private label in England in a double-pocketed CD jacket with a beautifully illustrated booklet, complete with written reminiscences by the surviving members. The band's lineup is from their second album, Underground: James Lowe lead vocals, Mark Tulin bass, organ, vocals, Ken Williams lead guitar, the late Mike Gannon rhythm guitar, vocals, and Quint drums. Calling them tight ...
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May 14, 2002 CD Originally released: 1997. Disc may show surface marks that do not affect play. Owned by me, played about 3 times. Psychedelic booklet. Jewel case appears to be ... okay! Read more Show Less

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All Music Guide - Bruce Eder
The Electric Prunes' December 14, 1967 show from the Concert Hall in Stockholm, originally taped for broadcast on Swedish radio, fully restored and properly remastered. The result is the finest record ever released by this band, and maybe the best live album of the psychedelic era. It was issued by a private label in England in a double-pocketed CD jacket with a beautifully illustrated booklet, complete with written reminiscences by the surviving members. The band's lineup is from their second album, Underground: James Lowe lead vocals, Mark Tulin bass, organ, vocals, Ken Williams lead guitar, the late Mike Gannon rhythm guitar, vocals, and Quint drums. Calling them tight would be an understatement -- the band does a 45-minute set, parts of which "Try Me On For Size," "You Never Had It Better" display long instrumental passages showing off Williams' prowess on the fuzz-tone guitar and Quint's powerful drumming to great effect; "I Had Too Much To Dream Tonight" is here, along with "Long Day's Flight" and "Get Me to the World On Time" and solid covers of "Got My Mojo Workin'" and "Smokestack Lightnin'." This live show presents the group as much more of a garage-punk band than a psychedelic band, though they still traffic in the currency of the latter, including lots of distorted guitars and organ cadenzas -- the snarl and energy keep things moving, however. Twice as valuable as their Edsel hits compilation.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/28/2002
  • Label: Birdman
  • UPC: 607287003924
  • Catalog Number: 39

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Electric Prunes Primary Artist
Michael "Quint" Fortune Drums
Mark Tulin Organ, Bass, Background Vocals
James Lowe Vocals
Mike Gannon Rhythm Guitar, Background Vocals
Ken Williams Guitar
Technical Credits
Carole King Composer
Gerry Goffin Composer
Jill Jones Composer
Howlin' Wolf Composer
Muddy Waters Composer
Mark Tulin Sleeve Notes
James Lowe Sleeve Notes
Klas Burling Producer
Kevin Metcalfe Mastering
Nancie Mantz Composer
Annette Tucker Composer
Janne Waldenmark Engineer
Göte Nilsson Engineer
Cote Nilsson Engineer
Klas Burling Producer
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