Wednesday, 16 July, 2008

Felt - Let the Snakes Crinkle their Heads to Death (1986)

Short & catchy instrumental pop compositions from the vaults of the Ewings' mnemonic machinery.
Released by Creation Records in 1986.

1. Song for William S. Harvey
2. Ancient City Where I Lived
3. Seventeenth Century
4. Palace
5. Indian Scriptures
6. The Nazca Plain
7. Jewel Sky
8. Viking Dress
9. Voyage to Illumination
10. Sapphire Mansions

Lawrence Hayward- guitar
Martin Duffy - hammond organ, electric piano
Marco Thomas - bass
Gary Ainge - drums, bongos



Anonymous said...

such a strange and beautiful album. 10 ideas for moods to be in, in about 18 minutes. cute and mystical. this is probably my favorite felt record. thank you for posting.

Andrew Heuback said...

I'm really enjoying this album! It almost makes me feel like I'm in a stranger version of the Peanuts cartoon. Thank you for this!

(also: care to swap links? i recognize you from the sfrp forum)

Anonymous said...

ah.. felt were/are genius. thax for sharing.

Anonymous said...

MAntorras Que discUU!!

Muito grata, OMO!


Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot! I love this band but didn't have this record. Good job!

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