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  1. It's hard to imagine that a year-old New York guitarist fresh out of garageland would have been infatuated with Syd Barrett in However, Faine Jade's album sounds as if he was besotted with Pink Floyd's first LP, which was barely known in the States at the time. Jade's vocals and songwriting uncannily evoke an American Syd Barrett with their evocative, cryptic 9/
  2. Faine Jade ‎– Introspection: A Faine Jade Recital. Arranged By –Faine Jade. Vocals –Faine Jade. It's hard to imagine that a year-old New York guitarist fresh out of garageland would have been infatuated withSyd Barrett in End date: May 24,
  3. Faine Jade "Introspection: A Faine Jade Recital" - Full Album Roy Hulland; Ballad of the Bad Guys 6. Faine Jade's album sounds as if .
  4. Ballad Of The Bad Guys: B1: Introspection: B2: A Brand New Groove: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release. Faine faine jade introspection.
  5. Introspection: A Faine Jade Recital is the First and Only Album by the American Psychedelic-Rock Musician Faine Jade. As much as it may look, Faine Jade is not a Band. Faine Jade is the name (I'm guessing the Artistic Name, but you never know) of a Long Island Singer and Guitarist who started playing in the Mid's with a Band called The.
  6. Faine Jade’s lone full-length release, ’s Introspection: A Faine Jade Recital, ranks as one of the most highly-coveted lost psych classics, and it’s obvious why. Fronting a sparse combo complemented by a distant droning organ, the bespectacled Jade (born Chuck Laskowski in Long Island, New York) sings quirky, melodic tunes drenched in the flavour of their time.
  7. Visualizza riconoscimenti, recensioni, tracks e compra questa la CDpubblicazione di Introspection: A Faine Jade Recital su Discogs. Label: Big Beat Records - CDWIKD • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Psychedelic.
  8. Introspection: A Faine Jade Recital is certainly a snapshot of the times, at least in the mind of Chuck Laskowski, where like the Scott McKenzie song, "If Your Going To San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair), which was actually a John Phillips song, created an imaginary postcard from a place that didn't really exist/5(7).

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