Laurelie - Laurelie (1970) pHiLmAriE‎/#002 - BE 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

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Laurelie - Laurelie (1970) pHiLmAriE‎/#002 - BE 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Laurelie ‎- Laurelie
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Label: pHiLmAriE‎/#002 | Released: 1970 | This Issue: 2011 | Genre: Progressive-Rock

A1 Sad Stone 9:43
A2 Remember Ronny 2:15
A3 Dracula's Way Of Makin' Love 0:55
A4 Have A Coke 2:30
A5 Ugly Dirty Man 3:12
A6 Tower Of Illusion 1:44
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B1 Spiders In Your Hair 2:56
Deborah Jane And Laurelie
B2.1 Chapter 1: Deborah 5:03
B2.2 Chapter 2: Fish 2:50
B2.3 Chapter 3: Days, Dreams, Hopes 3:14
B2.4 Chapter 4: Pink Clouds 3:15
B2.5 Chapter 5: Laurelie, Laurelie 3:54


Credits
Art Direction – Eric Vion
Bass [Guitar], Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Written-by – Pierre Raepsaet*
Drums – André Marquet
Flute, Vocals – Francis Dozin
Guitar [Acoustic, Electric], Vocals – Christian Boissart
Photography – G. Boulanger
Piano, Organ, Vocals – Yvon Hubert
Written-By – Vion* (tracks: A2 to A6, B2.5), Haertert* (tracks: A1, A2, B2.1 to B2.4)
Notes
Limited to 500 copies.

Dec 13, 2011
referencing Laurelie, LP, Album, BE 920249


Laurelie - Laurelie (1970) pHiLmAriE‎/#002 - BE 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Laurelie - Laurelie (1970) pHiLmAriE‎/#002 - BE 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Laurelie - Laurelie (1970) pHiLmAriE‎/#002 - BE 180g Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz



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"One of the first Belgian Prog band along with WATERLOO and MAD CURRY & The PEBBLES). Even if there were still many psychedelic treats in their music, the group was a standard Progressive quartet with a flutist.
Their sole album, released on a “Barclay” subsidiary label called “Triangle” was released in early 1970 and they sounded like Psychera-TRAFFIC, CRESSIDA, GRAVY TRAIN and early BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST.
Their music is a mix of shorter Psych-filled tracks and two longer Prog-Psych tracks, including a five-piece suite almost filling the second side of the album. The band split justa after the LP and bassist Pierre Raepsaet joigned JENGHIZ KHAN.
Despite a strong demand. as witnessed the prices for original vinyls, here is the very First Legit LP Reissue of Laurelie’s sole album with reproduction of the original sleeve!!
pHiLmAriE, Dec 13, 2011“
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