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My mind was blown when I heard it. Up until that point I knew my dad was in a couple rock and soul bands in North Alabama Huntsville back in the 60s and early 70s, he worked as a Civil Engineer for almost 40 years, and he still plays in various Jazz and Big Band bands around town. I had no idea just how much talent he and his friends especially Myke, who he always makes a point to identify as the talent driving the band actually had. It's a shame that circumstances did not allow them to reach the mass audience they had the potential of reaching.

But then again I'd probably not be waling the earth if that happened, so I'm good with it. The band was rehearsing in the upholstery shop, where they were heard by someone from the local radio station, who was so impressed that that arranged a session to record few demos in the studio. Future "Felt" with rudimental knowledge of studio work if any at all produced 5 tracks, recorded on track Ampex. By that time or about they were joined by Allan Dalrymple, the oldest of all, who properly backed the music of his mates with Hammond, and the forging of the sound of "Felt" was completed.

The demo tape somehow got in hands of the local country musician and future bankerwho managed to push it through the Look At The Sun - Felt (3) - Felt (Vinyl of "Nasco Records" founded inNashwille. Musically "Felt" didn't fit at all, but But in within two days "Felt" recorded and released their only album. It is a real and extremely mature masterpice - the youngest bandmates were 17 only! Totally unexpected vintage psychedelia, leaning heavily on elements inspired by "Beatles" circa "Abbey Road"and "Animals".

Vocally Jackson and Co. Guitars and Hammond are beyond that time and place - au par with hard-rock demi-gods who shaped the genre. What happened with the LP, I don't know, but Myke Jackson soon had to spend few months in state reform school, and after release he went with Christian rock. I was told that he became Baptist preacher and changed his name to Mychael John Thomas, Look At The Sun - Felt (3) - Felt (Vinyl. Once there was Felt Past Tense of Feel.

I have bought the Vinyl LP of the album and found that it was one of my personal favourite. I love the track "look at the sun" and "Now She's Gone". The production of this blues outfit was clean and the arrangement was quite fresh, especially "look at the sun". The rest of the album is somehow boring especially the last cut, which was a little bit cheesy but overally speaking it's quite a surprise to listen to the album.

Not pop music. A great example of 60ss heavy psych and blues rock. A little of the Beatles when they were in their progressive stage and not doing pop music. A little Led Zeppelin. A little of the best psych and blues rock bands of the era. Heavy guitar, organ, good harmonies and strong lead.

All the tracks are great. Excellent Music. Fast delivery! See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Track Listing. Look at the Sun. Now She's Gone. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness.

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Look At The Sun - Felt (3) - Felt (Vinyl album. Excellent early 70's psychedelic rock. Ok for full disclosure, my father played guitar on this album. However, I never knew it even existed until I was in my 20s and Akarma re-released it. My dad made a passing reference to this fact, and I ordered a few of the re-release CDs. My mind was blown when I heard it. Up until that point I knew my dad was in a couple rock and soul bands in North Alabama Huntsville back in the 60s and early 70s, he worked as a Civil Engineer for almost 40 years, and he still plays in various Jazz and Big Band bands around town.

I had no idea just how much talent he and his friends especially Myke, who he always makes a point to identify as the talent driving the band actually had. It's a shame that circumstances did not allow them to reach the mass audience they had the potential of reaching.

But then again I'd probably not be waling the earth if that happened, so I'm good with it. The band was rehearsing in the upholstery shop, where they were heard by someone from the local radio station, who was so impressed that that arranged a session to record few demos in the studio.

Future "Felt" with rudimental knowledge of studio work if any at all produced 5 tracks, recorded on track Ampex. By that time or about they were joined by Allan Dalrymple, the oldest of all, who properly backed the music of his mates with Hammond, and the forging of the sound of "Felt" was completed.

The demo tape somehow got in hands of the local country musician and future bankerwho managed to push it through the gates of "Nasco Records" founded inNashwille. Musically "Felt" didn't fit at all, but But in within two days "Felt" recorded and released their only album. It is a real and extremely mature masterpice - the youngest bandmates were 17 only! Totally unexpected vintage psychedelia, leaning heavily on elements inspired by "Beatles" circa "Abbey Road"and "Animals". Vocally Jackson and Co.

Guitars and Hammond are beyond that time and place - au par with hard-rock demi-gods who shaped the genre. What happened with the LP, I don't know, but Myke Jackson soon had to spend few months in state reform school, and after release he went with Christian rock.

I was Look At The Sun - Felt (3) - Felt (Vinyl that he became Baptist preacher and changed his name to Mychael John Thomas. Once there was Felt Past Tense of Feel. I have bought the Vinyl LP of the album and found that it was one of my personal favourite. I love the track "look at the sun" and "Now She's Gone". The production of this blues outfit was clean and the arrangement was quite fresh, especially "look at the sun".

The rest of the album is somehow boring especially the last cut, which was a little bit cheesy but overally speaking it's quite a surprise to listen to the album. Not pop music.


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Felt on Discogs. Label: Nasco - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Blues • Style: Prog Rock, Blues Rock, Jazz-Rock, Psychedelic Rock/5(34).
  2. "Felt was formed in Alabama in the late '60s around the talents of Myke Jackson (guitars), Mike Neel (drums), Tommy Gilstrap (bass), Stan Lee (guitars), and Allan Dalrymple (keyboards). The band's self-titled album, released on the small Nasco label in , contains half-a-dozen original songs written for the most part by Jackson/5(26).
  3. Felt [Vinyl] 7" vinyl, LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Import Felt Format: Vinyl. out I have bought the Vinyl LP of the album and found that it was one of my personal favourite. I love the track "look at the sun" and "Now She's Gone". The production of this blues outfit was clean and the arrangement was quite fresh, especially "look at the sun"/5(17).
  4. Felt was formed in Alabama in the late '60s around the talents of Myke Jackson (guitars), Mike Neel (drums), Tommy Gilstrap (bass), Stan Lee (guitars), and Allan Dalrymple (keyboards). The band's self-titled album, released on the small Nasco label in , contains half-a-dozen original songs written for the most part by fogecardeduro.sterolasesalplatpabesignpoommysqvo.co mostly blues-styled songs on this album are full of great.
  5. Nov 30,  · The remaining half of this disc sports more of a psych feel. “Look At The Sun” is a downbeat popsike gem while “Now She’s Gone” and “Destination” are great tracks that feature jazzy time signatures and good psychedelic guitar work. Felt is definitely a keeper without any real weaknesses – a solid 4 star album.
  6. Dec 13,  · in LP "Felt" is a very interesting and unique album. The opening cut, "Look at the sun" is a very melodic and a bit like Lennon - McCartney compositions. Instrumentally their .
  7. "Felt" came out of nowhere, to be more precise - from the town of Arab (population or so), Alabama. That was the end of the 60s, and Myke Jackson, 16 only (soon - guitar & vocals), decided to start a band with Tommy Gilstrap (bass), Stan Lee (guitar) and Mike Neel (drums)/5(17).

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