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  • Singer: The Leathercoated Minds
  • Album: A Trip Down The Sunset Strip
  • MP3: 1458 mb | FLAC: 1434 mb
  • Released: 1967
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Psychedelic Rock
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 304
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The Leathercoated Minds - A Trip Down The Sunset Strip mp3 flac

The Leathercoated Minds. A Trip Down The Sunset Strip ‎(LP, Album). Featured on the album’s cover are Roger Tillson and Sunset Strip it-girl Terrye Newkirk, a folk rock duo from Hollywood who released a 45 under the name The Gypsy Trips in 1965. Their single, Ain’t It Hard was one of the more straight ahead dives into the adventures of lysergic, singing And your brother’s in the bathroom with acid in his head, And there’s no place to go cause the town’s all dead.

For the project, Garrett assigned Cale to cut a set of instrumental versions of then-recent psychedelic hits, which were augmented with four Cale originals. It totally captures the era’s heady sense of excitement and inspiration. The band’s fourth full-length album in as many years; an intoxicating LP of jazz-inflected twists and turns. Bandcamp New & Notable Jul 5, 2018.

While the Leathercoated Minds is an inarguably superb name for a rock & roll band, the sad truth is it didn't really belong to a group at all. Producer and entrepreneur Snuff Garrett wanted to put together an album designed to give clueless, would-be hipsters an idea of what a night on Hollywood's fabled Sunset Strip was like; he'd already chosen a snazzy cover photo, and needed some session cats to throw together a half-hour of music to go along with i. one might expect for a quickie knock-off album like this. Anyone expecting A Trip Down the Sunset Strip to be some sort of lost masterwork is only fooling themselves, but it's a fun listen with plenty of crackerjack guitar work, and it has the good sense to wrap up its business in less than 30 minutes; those with an interest in either Cale or pop culture of the period will want to.

The Leathercoated Minds was a 1966-67 psychedelic studio-based band masterminded largely by Snuff Garrett and J. J. Cale. The band produced one album, A Trip down the Sunset Strip, co-produced by Cale and Garrett, and released in stereo and mono versions on Garrett's Viva label in 1967 and on the Fontana label in Europe; later the mono issue re-released on CD in 2006, remastering co-produced by Garrett.

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album dei The Leathercoated Minds del 1967. A Trip Down the Sunset Strip è un album dei The Leathercoated Minds, gruppo di rock psychedelico in cui militava un giovane . Cale, il disco fu pubblicato dalla Viva Records nel 1967. Lato A. Eight Miles High – 2:03 (David Crosby, Gene Clark, Roger McGuinn). Sunset and Clark – 1:58 (. Psychotic Reaction – 2:23 (Craig Atkinson, Jack Bruce, John Michalski, Kenn Elner, Roy Chaney).

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Eight Miles High
Written-By – D. Crosby*, G. Clark*, J. McGuinn*
2:03
A2 Sunset And Clark
Written-By – John J. Cale*
1:58
A3 Psychotic Reaction
Written-By – Craig Atkinson, Jack Byrne*, John Michalski, Kenn Ellner, Roy Chaney
2:23
A4 Over Under Sideways Down
Written-By – Chris Dreja, Jeff Beck, Jim McCarty, Keith Relf, Paul Samwell-Smith
2:10
A5 Sunshine Superman
Written-By – Donovan
3:12
A6 Non-Stop
Written-By – John J. Cale*
2:30
B1 Arriba
Written-By – John J. Cale*
2:15
B2 Kicks
Written-By – B. Mann - C. Weil*
2:40
B3 Mr. Tambourine Man
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2:08
B4 Puff (The Magic Dragon)
Written-By – Leonard Lipton, Peter Yarrow
2:26
B5 Along Comes Mary
Written-By – Tandyn Almer
2:00
B6 Pot Luck
Written-By – John J. Cale*
2:04

Credits

  • Arranged By – Bill Boatman, J.J. Cale
  • Drums – Jimmy Karstein
  • Guitar – J.J. Cale
  • Keyboards – Leon Russell
  • Producer – J.J. Cale, Snuff Garrett

Notes

This was a Snuff Garrett project as a compilation album of covers of numbers that were popular on Hollywood's Sunset Strip. These were combined with newly-written numbers by J.J. Cale who was a member of the makeshift group assembled for the recording, who called themselves "The Leathercoated Minds".

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TL.5412 The Leathercoated Minds A Trip Down The Sunset Strip ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Fontana TL.5412 UK 1967
EQV-36.003 The Leathercoated Minds Muito, Muito Psicodélico ‎(LP, Album) Viva EQV-36.003 Brazil 1967
V 6003 The Leathercoated Minds A Trip Down The Sunset Strip ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Viva V 6003 US 1967
SC 6231 The Leathercoated Minds A Trip Down The Sunset Strip ‎(CD, Album, Mono, RE) Sundazed Music SC 6231 US 2006
AS001 The Leathercoated Minds A Trip Down The Sunset Strip ‎(CD, Album, RE) Acid Symposium AS001 Greece 2001


Dddasuk
This was one of the first records we had, before we'd have many, and it's been so long I wasn't aware it had one famous name or talent attached to it until just now thinking of it and looking it up online; the American Breed was another groaner we got from somewhere, but much worse than this one which probably isn't all that bad; I haven't listened to it since but it took music farther than anything else we had that I knew; Devo or Pink Floyd we knew nothing of yet; we had an assortment of studio stuff someone got from somewhere growing-up, this back when one 45 could keep a kid entertained for hours. We thought we were really edgy with this disc, of course, too young to know it was remotely culturally relevant, or what was going on in the real world, but in a family of squares like ours I had a feeling all the same that I was missing out on something--real fun--we weren't ever going to the Van Halen concert nearby and sure weren't going to have some kicks out in L.A. anytime soon either aw
Nidor
In the year 1967, everything and everyone was attempting to be over the top, brighter than a strobing neon sign, and part of what was perceived to be happening. And with a name like Leathercoated Minds, these folks were certainly attempting to capture a bit of the absurd and a bit of the surreal, though why they couldn’t have chosen a more flowery moniker to embrace this bit of performance art, such The Static Electric Marshmallow Raincoats, is beyond me.Featured on the album’s cover are Roger Tillson and Sunset Strip it-girl Terrye Newkirk, a folk rock duo from Hollywood who released a 45 under the name The Gypsy Trips in 1965. Their single, “Ain’t It Hard” was one of the more straight ahead dives into the adventures of lysergic, singing ”And your brother’s in the bathroom with acid in his head, And there’s no place to go cause the town’s all dead.” While certainly not some of the best lyrics, they did glimmer that kids where tired of towns that rolled up the sidewalks and blanketed the neighborhood at 10 PM. It’s worth noting that The Electric Prunes released this song as their first single in May of 1966.It’s been said that The Sunset Strip was synonymous with action and excitement, and had become a focal flash point of all West Coast trends. The Strip was the hub of all things creative for the hip and those who wished to be perceived as, complete with avant garde styles of both dress and behavior, where unkept hair, flowing beads and brightly patterned clothing were the norm. On weekends the traffic was often backed up for miles with cars filled with both the hip and the tourists who gawked open mouthed at the unbelievably dressed people, and on every corner, folks were discussing music, politics, and the latest trends.While Terrye Newkirk did not perform on this album Tillson did, along with the album’s arranger and producer John J. Cale [JJ Cale], along with a grouping of musicians who’s identities have been lost to the ages. JJ Cale is credited with writing and playing on the instrumental tracks, while most of the other songs were covers of numbers that were current hits. There are many versions of the nature and reason for this production, and I assure you, these are the facts. The album, as I said, complete with cover versions, was a bit of performance art, in that what it intended to do was to walk the listener down the Sunset Strip, complete with crowd noises that would fade in and out as attention became centered and then moved on … where at a head shop perhaps “Eight Miles High” was filtering from an open door, and from a club “Psychotic Reaction” might be blasting, then the listener gets lost in the crowd again before the song “Sunshine Superman” is heard from the open door of a bar, or “Mr. Tambourine Man” can be heard from a car waiting at a stoplight … it was all too much, but then with numbers like “Over Under Sideways Down,” who’s to say one way or the other.Of course, hearing all this and being fifteen or sixteen years old at the time, and living anywhere in America other than the West Coast, this all made perfect sense, and like moths to a flame, thousands more were drawn to the City of Angels, where they could feed their heads, and experience first hand the glitter, the glamor, and the excitement of this singular point in history.Please, listen to this with a knowing smile, laugh out loud if you will, but this release was a genuine artifact from the middle of the psychedelic storm, one who’s high water mark can still be seen across the landscape of America.Review by Jenell Kesler
Marg
Any time I hear certain tunes you mentioned in your post on some Oldies station I always thought of this record's version which was probably better or at least got me hip to it in the first place; and one of the two on the front cover can be found on social media (I thought they were just models bought for the day for the listener to know what they were missing-out on visually, as well "These here are cool people; hip; you should be like them, but you're not; their clothes and lifestyle are expensive, so dream on and stay in Kansas doing whatever it is people do there"). aw
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