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The Galileo 7 - Staring At The Sound download album
Rock
Performer: The Galileo 7
Title: Staring At The Sound
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Garage Rock, Power Pop
Year 2012
Country UK
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 414
MP3 size: 1738 mb
FLAC size: 1648 mb
WMA size: 1768 mb
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The Galileo 7 - Staring At The Sound download album


Sneaky underhand subliminal advertising for The Galileo 7's 2012 album. How did we sneak this past the censors? Vinyl or CD from ww. hegalileo7.

Album · 2012 · 12 Songs. Staring At the Sound. 8. Hiding from the Sun. 3:02.

It's the sort of album I could easily imagine appearing on the Deram label circa 1967, if more of the Deram singles bands had been given the opportunity to lay down a full length, although the benefit of hindsight has allowed the Galileo 7 to pick and choose the best parts of this aesthetic, and leave the toytown and vaudeville elements so. prevalent in albums.

referencing Staring At The Sound, LP, Album, Ltd, THSLP-004. Allan Crockford is a name that may not be immediately familiar to you, but the bands he's played with ; the Prisoners, The Solarflares, The James Taylor Quartet, Thee Headcoats - will presumably ring a few bells. A veteran of the Medway scene, he's served an admirable apprenticeship playing in these bands ( and plenty of others ), but the Galileo 7 proves that he's much more than a first call sideman.

Album: Staring At the Sound. Staring At the Sound: Best 2 songs. The Galileo 7 - Paradise 02:59. The Galileo 7 - More Time 02:46. Album: Staring At the Sound. The Galileo 7: best 2 tracks. The Galileo 7 - Don't Want to Know False Memory Lane, 2014 03:06. The Galileo 7 - Orangery Lane Hipsters 2, 2011 03:34.

remembering lyrics isn't my strong point at the best of times) we got away with it. A big thank you to Steve Worrall for getting the gig on and inviting us to play. we're in Hackney next week with the legendary Beat Pack and The Smoking Dogs.

The Galileo 7 - Staring At The Sound. from The Active Listener Psychedelic Sampler 3 by The Active Listener. from The Active Listener Psychedelic Sampler 3, released December 21, 2012.

Re-recorded by The Galileo 7 for the 2012 album 'Staring at the Sound'. Before The Galileo 7 became a real band I used to make solo demos under that name at home and put them on MySpace for people to stumble across. This was between about 2005 and 2010. When the band became real, these demos became the starting point for the band's first 2 or 3 albums, so I took them down

Staring At the Sound. The Galileo 7. Style: rock. Tracks count: 12. Views: 1. The Galileo 7 - Staring At the Sound 03:33.

The Galileo Seven" is the sixteenth episode of the first season of the American science fiction television series, Star Trek. Written by Oliver Crawford and directed by Robert Gist, it first aired on January 5, 1967. In the episode First Officer Spock leads a scientific team from the Enterprise aboard the shuttlecraft Galileo on an ill-fated mission. Inspired by the film Five Came Back, it featured the debut of the shuttlecraft.

Tracklist

Anne Hedonia
The Only One You're Hurting (Is You)
The Man Who Wasn't There
More Time
Paradise
Waiting To Cross
Staring At The Sound
Hiding From The Sun
Not Gonna Miss You
Leave Me Alone
Don't Fly Too High
Ella

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
THSLP-004 The Galileo 7 Staring At The Sound ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) State Records THSLP-004 UK 2012
THSCD-004 The Galileo 7 Staring At The Sound ‎(CD) State Records THSCD-004 UK 2012


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"Allan Crockford is a name that may not be immediately familiar to you, but the bands he's played with ; the Prisoners, The Solarflares, The James Taylor Quartet, Thee Headcoats - will presumably ring a few bells.A veteran of the Medway scene, he's served an admirable apprenticeship playing in these bands ( and plenty of others ), but the Galileo 7 proves that he's much more than a first call sideman.As an outlet for Crockford's songs the Galileo 7 is atypical of what we've come to expect from the Medway sound - there's certainly a dash of punkish energy that makes it's presence felt every now and then, especially on "The Man Who Wasn't There", but more often than not it's shot through a vintage psychedelic prism with the likes of "Staring at the Sound" and "Anne Hedonia" being prime Brit-Psych nuggets with instantly memorable melodies which fans of mod-psych outfits like the Action and the Syn will obsessively salivate over. It's the sort of album I could easily imagine appearing on the Deram label circa 1967, if more of the Deram singles bands had been given the opportunity to lay down a full length, although the benefit of hindsight has allowed the Galileo 7 to pick and choose the best parts of this aesthetic, and leave the toytown and vaudeville elements so prevalent in albums of the era on the cutting room floor, resulting in a much more lean, concise and consistent album than his (presumed) influences generally managed.Extra points for the apt cover as well, which looks exactly the way that "Staring at the Sound" sounds." The Active Listener