|The Aerovons |
Condition: New Copy
Cat. Number: RPM261
One of those "Wow! I didn't know that existed, but what a find!", type albums. A lost in action masterpiece from 1969, full of Beatles connections and inflections, plus the groups own popsike visions.
Signed by EMI from the demo of their song World of You, the Beatles inspired American band, the Aerovons proceeded to absorb everything around them in late 60's London and particularly Abbey Road studios. They met George Harrison and Paul McCartney, watched the Fab Four record Yer Blues and Sexy Sadie, heard playbacks of Oh Darling! Then they laid down their own material, with the able assistance of engineers Alan Parsons and Geoff Emerick, both with their own Beatles connections.
With songs varying from acoustic ballads to full orchestral productions the album was drenched in typically florid late 60's Abbey Road production sounds. Band leader and album producer, Tom Hartman admits to succumbing to his flair for the dramatic using bytes from the EMI sound effects library rather liberally.
This is a lost sixties gem, essential listen for popsike fans, full of the Beatles and the Abbey Road sound.
Please check out audio samples!
01. World Of You
08. Something Of Yours
09. She's Not Dead
11. Everything's Alright