Today's Neo-Psych Playlist

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  1. bobsvinyl

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    Dead Skeletons. Little Jimbo vibe here.

     
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    Bigelf.

     
  3. Mystic

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    They have a few releases on Woronzow from around this era that give NRH a run for its money. There's Sprawl as you've already mentioned, It Just Is, Superseeder, and London Stone. For my part, I've long regarded New River Head as top dog, followed by London Stone, then Sprawl.
     
  4. BlindBoyGrnt

    BlindBoyGrnt Nullius in verba

    I just ordered vinyl versions of Sprawl and Superseeder. Love Nick Saloman’s vibe.
     
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    The Bevis Frond
    Superseeder
    (Woronzow, 1995)
     

     

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    Re: Superseeder, I am loving, @ this very moment, the opening track, which happens to be entitled "Superseeder".
     
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    Opal
    Happy Nightmare Baby
    (SST, 1987)
     
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    Television Personalities
    The Painted Word
    (Fire, UK, 1984)
     
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    Mazzy Star
    She Hangs Brightly
    (Rough Trade, 1990)
     
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    Broadcast
    The Noise Made By People
    (Warp, 2000)
     

     

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    The Darkside
    All That Noise
    (Situation Two, 1990)
     
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    Mazzy Star
    Among My Swan
    (Rough Trade, 1996)
     
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    once thought to be neo-psyche, at least their early works

    Echo and The Bunnymen
    Crocodiles

    Porcupine
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    S/T
     
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    Listening to this acoustic EATB record, sounds like there was an orchestra present as some songs have lots of strings. I am posting this version of Villier's Terrace, there are a quite a few but this one is a favorite. Maybe even @KeninDC would give it a try. It was recorded at the Liverpool Cathedral for a UK TV show.

     
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  16. Mystic

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    The Darkside
    Melomania
    (Situation Two, 1992)
     

     

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    Scorched Earth-Fed to your Head. Read this is Bevis Frond in disguise. Mind blowing guitar solos.

     
  18. bobsvinyl

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    Another Nick Saloman side project- The Fred Bison Five.

     
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    Opal
    Happy Nightmare Baby
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  20. BlindBoyGrnt

    BlindBoyGrnt Nullius in verba

    The Bevis Frond - “Miasma”
     

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