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Night Of The Lions - Mark Eric - A Midsummers Day Dream (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. mark eric; a midsummer's day dream (CD) sku: CRREV18 as his friend ex-Animal Vic Briggs had with his instrumental "Night Of The Lions" instead he entered the then brand-new Sound City Studios, stomping ground of The Millennium and Gary Usher among others, and made this beautiful album, catching the tail end of LA's pop innocence perfectly.
  2. May 24,  · - 'Night of the Lions' b/w 'Don't Cry Over Me' (Revue catalog number R) - 'California Home' b/w 'Where Do the Girls of Summer Go' (Revue catalog number R) Musically the album was already several years out of step with popular tastes so it shouldn't have been a surprise to see the parent LP and singles vanish directly into cutout bins.
  3. In , Mark Eric Malmborg (along with arranger and ex-Animal Vic Briggs) constructed "A Midsummer's Day Dream", a beautiful album, a unique pastiche of Four Freshman/Beach read more View full artist profile.
  4. Clone is not a pejorative when talking about Midsummer's Day Dream, this Marc Eric album. Simply put, if you like Wilson at his pre-Pet Sounds, apex Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!), you'll have equal love for Eric's album. Surprisingly, these recordings were made in , in the middle of America's counterculture insurrection/5(22).
  5. May 15,  · A Midsummer's Day Dream-Mark Eric This album was a one-off issued in on the Revue label and I really recommend it for Brian Wilson/Beach Boys fans. I came across a copy in a thrift store around and was amazed at how good it was (it's been issued on CD with bonus tracks).
  6. It's an engagingly catchy Beach album with perfect arrangements, worthy of Brian WIlson and certainly better than any full-length studio album they released after , including Sunflower and Holland/5(17).
  7. Night of The Lions (Mark Eric Marlborg) - Side two opened with one of Eric's more rock oriented numbers. Mind you, nobody was going to mistake '' for a Black Sabbath song, but within the sunshine pop genre this one actually generated some steam.

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