Human Expression - Demo album FLAC
- Performer: Human Expression
- Title: Demo
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: AUD WAV MP1 AC3 AHX VOX APE
- Released: 1990
- Style: Prog Rock
- MP3 album: 1392 mb
- FLAC album: 1203 mb
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 498
The Human Expression was an American garage and psychedelic rock band from Los Angeles that released three well-regarded singles, and made additional demo recordings between 1966 and 1967. The band formed in 1966, with the members coming from Westminster, California, and Tustin, California (both in Orange County). Jim Quarles came up with the name "because it had a mystical and otherworldly ring", and the father of one of the band members (Jim Foster) served as their manager.
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The Human Expression. A compilation album, The Human Expression & Other Psychedelic Groups, was released by the same label in 2000 and featured three of their songs (and virtually the same cover), plus additional recordings by several other bands. A previously unreleased song, "Your Mind Works in Reverse", is featured on the latter compilation album that is not included on Love at Psychedelic Velocity.
The Human Expression is a psychedelic rock band from Los Angeles that released three well-regarded singles and made additional demo recordings between 1966 and 1967. 2 Musical highlights.
The Human Expression were a band from suburban Los Angeles whose music lurked somewhere in between garage rock and psychedelia. But Love at Psychedelic Velocity also tries to make an album out of a band that didn't have an album's worth of recordings; "Calm Me Down" is a great tune, but not so great that this album needs three versions of it, and the demo of "Every Night" doesn't reveal much except that the group's early recordings were done. in a really crummy-sounding studio. And while Quarles' pre-Human Expression tapes are interesting, they also capture a teenage kid working out ideas that he'd handle with greater skill later on.
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|A2||A New Life|
|A3||A Trace In The Sand|
|A4||When She Comes|
|A5||A Last Goodbye|