The Mallard - The Mallard album FLAC
Опубликовано: 22 сент. Yes On Blood (2013) - Castle Face Records.
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The Mallard are an r-garage-psych-rock four-piece from San Francisco. Stream Tracks and Playlists from The Mallard on your desktop or mobile device.
Mallard is the eponymous debut by the group Mallard, who formed after tensions between them and Captain Beefheart exploded, causing them to leave his band (though the album's last track is a Beefheart composition). It was reissued as a CD with the band's other album, In a Different Climate, added on. Mallard got their start with the help of Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson: he lent them his mobile studio for their work (he is thanked in the liner notes). Neither album achieved any sort of commercial success.
The Mallard Song is an ancient tradition of All Souls' College, Oxford. Every year it is sung at the Bursar's Dinner in March and the college's Gaudy in November. But it is also sung once a century, in a special ceremony.
15 October 2014 ·. +12. The Gateway added 15 new photos to the album Mallard - with Amos Edward Bradley and 4 others. 9 October 2014 ·. Mallard live @ The Gateway ww. mandasiebert.
Original pressing on Roger Dean-designed full-colour twins + dragon label. Fully laminated sleeve, and black inner silk-paper back sleeve with Virgin logo in white. On the labels) Published by 1975 Published by Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd, except. 1975 Virgin Records Ltd. (On the rear sleeve) Recorded in Devonshire, England, with the Maison Rouge mobile recording studio. Mixed in London at Morgan Studios. 1 Track listing Mallard album. LP Side one. LP Side two.
2nd and final album from The Mallard, uncoated stock jackets with 2 color print, colored vinyl is half translucent red, half silver and comes with an exclusive flexi track, "33". Apprentice Destroyer - Glass Ceiling Universe.
|B1||Song About The Devil|
|B2||Shelly And Patty|
|B4||Old Hates Tatesale|
NotesThe cassette was never in a case; the artist wrapped all the tapes with a rubber band to keep the j-card in place. The cassette shell is translucent red and has only "A" and "B" handwritten on each side as well as a piece of scotch tape to prevent you from taping over it.
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