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  • Performer: David Arvedon
  • Title: In Search Of The Most Unforgettable Tree We Ever Met (1967-1974)
  • Genre: Jazz / Rock / Pop
  • Formats: MPC MP2 AAC MP1 FLAC DTS AIFF
  • Released: 1996
  • Style: Doo Wop, Parody
  • MP3 album: 1998 mb
  • FLAC album: 1142 mb
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 848
David Arvedon - In Search Of The Most Unforgettable Tree We Ever Met (1967-1974) album FLAC

The complete studio recordings - a little over two hours worth - from 1967-1974 (the considerable bulk of them from the '70s). It's curious stuff that will evoke a strong reaction from anyone without a sense of humor - and from lots of people who do have a sense of humor. It's for those with a taste for the bizarre, and for whom sheer off-the-wallness counts for much. Some items are quite suitable for Dr. Demento, shot through with experimental genius. Includes the Psychopaths' 1967 garage single (which Arvedon only sang backup on.

Number of Discs: 2. Released: December 6, 2005. Originally Released: 1996. Label: Arf Arf. Tracks on Disc 1: . ill the Stroke of Dawn. a-Di Ha Ha Ha. an Francisco Francisco. ancy Woman - (long version). here Is No Woman for This Broken Man - (piano version). olution to My Equation, The - (long version). 1. hen Your Name Is Jalapos Pakedos. Know What I Want. ll I Really Know Is You Got Soul. ome on, Come On. imply for the Asking. ust the Right State of Mind

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David Bowie is the self-titled debut studio album by English musician David Bowie, released on 1 June 1967, on Deram Records. Its style and content bears little overt resemblance to the type of music that he was later known for, such as the folk rock influenced "Space Oddity" or the glam rock of The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.

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1-1 Till The Stroke Of Dawn
1-2 Move A Your Caboose
1-3 Ha-Di Ha Ha Ha
1-4 San Francisco Francisco
1-5 Buckets Of Water
1-6 Fancy Woman (Long Version)
1-7 There Is No Woman For This Broken Man (Piano Version)
1-8 Raw Power
1-9 The Solution To My Equation (Long Version)
1-10 When Your Name Is Jalapos Pakedos
1-11 I Know What I Want
1-12 All I Really Know Is You Got Soul
1-13 Come On, Come On
1-14 Simply For The Asking
1-15 Just The Right State Of Mind
1-16 Write It On My Epitaph
1-17 Driving To New York At Night
2-1 Life Is ...
2-2 The Solution To My Equation (Short Version)
2-3 Find Something Better To Do
2-4 There Is No Woman For This Broken Man (Guitar Version)
2-5 Alan Berkowitz
2-6 Eliot Ness
2-7 Whitey White
2-8 Roller Coaster Baby
2-9 Yer Garbage Man
2-10 Basketball Or You To Call
2-11 Trying To Get A Suntan
2-12 Pretty Little Streaker
2-13 Bus Driver Blues
2-14 Anyway There Ain'T No Telephones In The Zoo
2-15 I Ain'T Noted For That
2-16 Colder Than A Boulder
2-17 Tom Donnelly
2-18 Fancy Woman (Short Version)
2-19 Till The Stroke Of Dawn(Psychopaths 45)
Performer – The Psychopaths
2-20 See The Girl (Psychopaths 45)
Musician – The Psychopaths

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arf! Arf!
  • Copyright (c) – Arf! Arf!

Credits

  • Design – Aram Heller
  • Producer – Erik Lindgren

Notes

includes interview with artist

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI

Reviews about David Arvedon - In Search Of The Most Unforgettable Tree We Ever Met (1967-1974) (1):
Survivors
If you look 'quirky' up in the dictionary you just see a picture of this guy's face. A whole load of what sound like home-recorded demos and under-produced studio sessions. The band are buried a bit while the vocals are way upfront - but that's ok because I like David's voice and the lyrics are definitely 'quirky'. After a time the thing wears you down a bit as some of the tracks overstay their welcome, drifting into the 5 /6 minute zone and David's voice is a bit strained. I like it though, it's approximately 10,000 times better than over-produced slick 'rock' music from any era you may care to name. The guy is a total original.You get both sides of the Psychopath's brilliant 1967 single Til The Stroke Of Dawn... and also a very wayward re-recording from sometime in the early 1970s, complete with double-tracked vocals that wander all over the place. Good fun.

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