Cant You See Im Dreaming - Dana Gillespie - Foolish Seasons
Label: London Records - PS 540 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Gatefold • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Folk, Beat
All of those styles can be heard on her obscure debut album, Foolish Seasonswhich was oddly issued in the U. The melange of approaches makes for an indecisive direction and uneven quality in certain respects. Yet at the same time, it makes the record an undeniably interesting, at times even exhilarating, slice of eclectic late-'60s Swinging London-tinged pop. On the whole, though, it's an extremely likable if somewhat stylistically confused album, with nonstop unpredictably luscious and imaginative production.
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Artist: Dana Gillespie Album: Foolish Seasons Genre: Psychedelic Rock Year: Tracks: 12 Playtime: Size: 74,23 MB Codec: MPEG 1 Layer III / Lame / kbps You Just Gotta Know My Mind () Tears in My Eyes () Life is Short .
Sep 24, · Foolish Seasons was Dana's debut LP and while it includes some sweet moments it's still easy to see how commercial this effort is. The album is a bit of a rollercoaster ride from the start to the finish. Some of these songs are very beautiful and good but some of them are pretty boring as well/5(6).
Foolish Seasons was Dana's debut LP and while it includes some sweet moments it's still easy to see how commercial this effort is. The album is a bit of a rollercoaster ride from the start to the finish/5(6).
You Just Gotta Know My Mind: 2: Tears In My Eyes: 3: Life Is Short: 4: Souvenirs Of Stefan: 5: Can't You See I'm Dreaming: 6: No! No! No! 7: He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not: 8: London Social Degree: 9: Dead: Foolish Seasons /5(9).
Although she would eventually become most known as a blues singer, at the outset of her recording career in the mid- to late '60s, Dana Gillespie flirted with pop/rock, folk-rock, and mildly psychedelic baroque pop. All of those styles can be heard on her obscure debut album, Foolish Seasons, which was oddly issued in the U.S. but not in the U.K., despite the heavily British-European cast 8/