Sunday, November 11, 2007

Stone Harbour

"Emerges" 1974





















Acid Archives:
Extraordinary basement psych with two multi-instrumentalists creating a melancholic dreamlike state with songs fading in and out of the speakers, cavemen drums, primitive electronics and murky fuzz lurking in the background. The best tracks go into places no other albums reach. Actually closer to the heart of psychedelia than most other records listed here. The two hard rocking tracks that have been comp'd are not representative of the album as a whole, and add an unwanted "roots" feeling that disturb the trip somewhat. Still, one of the Ohio classics, with unparalleled artwork on the sleeve. Beware of an earlier "reissue" on Void (#20) titled "Re-emerges", which is new recordings of the 1974 material. [PL]

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

fantastic record
thegreek

12 November, 2007 20:16  
Anonymous thegreek said...

Since i buyed the vinyl about 10 years ago, i cosider this item
one of that fantastic pieces made to played at least one time each day, cause i think, each day needs
the magical, wonderfull, deep, warm
emotion, that this one and few other records could recall.
Thanks again magic liz.
thegreek

12 November, 2007 20:25  
Anonymous arbor said...

this sounds sweet thanks

14 November, 2007 01:01  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wish i read this before, re-emerges sure does suck.

25 September, 2009 08:11  
Blogger LeeBx said...

thanks for the heads up. i almost grabbed that Re-Emerges record...

is there a 'proper' vinyl reissue?

29 September, 2010 00:47  

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