Samstag, 17. Februar 2007


Godlike Moody Teen Garage

Pure genius on this moody monster. Issued on the scarce Fleetwood label (FL-4585), this is a true gem to my ears. A beautiful vocal tag intro, then gentle rhythm kicks the tune off. The lyrics are beyond the usual teenage-traumas. Check out the lovely muted guitar lines, the nice and understated organ work. The flip is called "My Silent Prayer" and is fab as well, but slightly off-center on my pressing.


  1. Band was from Portland,Maine.Record charted on the local Top 40 station WLOB. The most common Portland 45 of the era was also on Fleetwood "One Boy, One Girl"by Dickie & the Ebb-tides. According to the band's singer, there were only a handful of 45's sold by The Forbiddden sold.

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