Nirvana

Mining the same classical chamberpop as contemporaries Procul Harum, Alex Spyropoulos' and Patrick Campbell-Lyons' charges cut... Simon Simopath in 1967, a science-fiction pantomime a-flutter with silken strings and baroque delicacy. Part Greek myth, part L Ron Hubbard. Even better was follow-up All Of Us, though—with the exception of "Rainbow Chaser"—it failed to ignite a public weaned on less fragile acid fare.

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Mining the same classical chamberpop as contemporaries Procul Harum, Alex Spyropoulos’ and Patrick Campbell-Lyons’ charges cut… Simon Simopath Rating Star in 1967, a science-fiction pantomime a-flutter with silken strings and baroque delicacy. Part Greek myth, part L Ron Hubbard. Even better was follow-up All Of Us, though?with the exception of “Rainbow Chaser”?it failed to ignite a public weaned on less fragile acid fare. Today, their 30-piece string orchestras?

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