Screen Trip-Seventies

 

Or perhaps – in a parallel universe those 70s ravers / single-mums / casuals as mentioned in the previous couple of posts – all dropped some MFP-blotters – and stuck on Screen Trip-Seventies, to re-live those hazy-heady-dozy memories of the peace-lovin-celluloid moments of the 60s ….  

Another classic moment of cover-version heaven – they sort of just about manage to sound pretty frazzled on some of these babes – I mean – if you are going to try ‘Born to be Wild’ – then you sure as hell need some overdriven guitar/hammond thang going down – and they cut-it …    some tasty stuff here actually – rather nicey-nicey versions of ‘Everybody’s Talkin’ and ‘Somthing in the Air’ – makes me want to drag open the drinks-cabinet – get a couple of neighbors over, pull the curtains – and let loose !!

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