VARIOUS ARTISTS Land Of Sensations & Delights [RSD2020]


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Limited to 2000 copies

Featuring 26 hits and rarities from the ’60’s, The Land of Sensations and Delights: The Psych Pop Sounds of White Whale Records, 1965-1970, unearths the best gems from the Los Angeles label. Founded by Ted Feigin and Lee Lassef in 1965, White Whale Records was instantly put on the map, thanks to its debut single, the Turtles’ It Ain’t Me Babe, which hit the Billboard Top 10 that summer. Throughout the next five years, the short-lived but enterprising label issued over 150 singles, as well as 24 albums. Though not every release had the same success at the Turtles’ output, Feigin and Lasseff signed a wide range of artists: from singer-songwriters to psychedelic pop acts. The Land of Sensations and Delights celebrates the “myriad of obscurities and curiosities” that came from the White Whale catalog, as the Grammy-nominated compilation producer, Andrew Sandoval, explains in his in-depth liner notes

Bazooka – Look At You Now
The Brothers – Love Story
Rainy Daze – My Door Is Always Open
Lyme & Cybelle – Song #7
Mournin’ Do – Summer Dream
Kenny O’Dell – Sunshine Dreamin’
The Clique – Superman
The Motives – The Chair
The Buster Brown – The Proud One
Bobby Lile – Time To Be A Woman
The Laughing Gravy – Vegetables
XL’s – We Must Find A Way
The Rockets – Won’t You Say You’ll Stay
Professor Morrison’s Lollipop – You Got The Love

29 Aug 2020

Weight 0.46 kg


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