Love at Psychedelic Velocity is a retrospective album by the American garage rock band the Human Expression that was released on the compact disc format. This album was released as a CD by Collectables Records in 1994 as The album contains the music on all three of their singles, plus demo recordings of their first two singles (including the original B-side of their first single)
Love at Psychedelic Velocity is a retrospective album by the Human Expression that was released on the compact disc format. The Human Expression only recorded a handful of singles, so their retrospective album, Love at Psychedelic Velocity includes several demos of their songs as well as the singles versions of "Love at Psychedelic Velocity" and "Optical Sound".
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The Human Expression. Readin' Your Will, 02:45. Love At Psychedelic Velocity, 02:38. Calm Me Down (Single Version), 02:28. Sweet Child of Nothingness, 03:08. Room of Shadows, 02:22. Every Night (Single Version), 02:36. I Don't Need Nobody, 02:56. Return Nevermore, 01:58.
other tracks: Human Expression. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Human Expression Your Mind Works In Reverse. Human Expression Every Night (Unreleased Acetate Demo) Westminster, Cal 1966. Human Expression Calm Me Down(Unreleased Acetate Demo) Westminster, Cal 1966.
Love At A Psychedelic Velocity. But for a 1967 decision about which single to record, The Human Expression might've been a lot more than an obscure but beloved psychedelic band from Los Angeles. The band was formed in 1966 by Jim Quarles (lead vocals), Jim Foster (rhythm guitar), Martin Eshleman (lead guitar), Tom Hamilton (bass), and Armand Poulin (drums), with Quarles providing the name and Foster's father as their manager.
The Human Expression were a band from suburban Los Angeles whose music lurked somewhere in between garage rock and psychedelia. During their 1965 to 1968 lifetime, the Human Expression released three singles, and Love at Psychedelic Velocity combines the six sides they cut for Accent as well as some unreleased tunes, demos, and early recordings by Jim Quarles, the group's lead singer. But Love at Psychedelic Velocity also tries to make an album out of a band that didn't have an album's worth of recordings; "Calm Me Down" is a great tune, but not so great that this album needs three versions of it, and the demo of "Every Night" doesn't reveal much except that the group's early recordings were done. in a really crummy-sounding studio.
Every Night (Single Version). The Human Expression. 985. 3. Calm Me Down (Single Version). 645. 4. Love At Psychedelic Velocity. 393. 5. Sweet Child Of Nothingness.
|Love At Psychedelic Velocity|
|AC 1214-0||The Human Expression||Love At Psychedelic Velocity (7", Single)||Accent||AC 1214-0||US||1966|
|AC 1214||The Human Expression||Every Night / Love At Psychedelic Velocity (7", Single, Ltd, Num, RE, Unofficial, Rep)||Accent||AC 1214||UK||2008|