Sunday, 16 December 2007

Wilkinson Tri-Cycle - S/T (1969)


Wilkinson Tri-Cycle - S/T (1969)

An overlooked album that seems to be lumped in with late 60's hard rock/power trio gear (maybe because of it's boxy sound) but it's not like that type of sound at all. It contains some nice psych cuts, and is well worth a listen.
Posted & Reviewed by Oak Acetator

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

i love this band! thanks rob

oak acetator said...

coolio

psychfan said...

Nice share! Thanks for this one, I never heard of them.

Anonymous said...

please can anyone upload.........

lusitano said...

please repost this link

Lou Valentine said...

I don't know why this album is so undervalued at the present."David's Rush" is one of the most bizarrely beautiful and psychedelic pieces of music from this period that I have ever heard.Intense in surround sound,too! Striking!

gyula said...

hi, can you upload this again please? link is dead already. thanks.

Anonymous said...

I had the lp since it came out in '69 and played it many times. Wish I kept it, even though it was on vinly. An excellant specimen of early prog, I must say. Wish they would re-surface, they made a great contribution to music of that sort.

Larry "battlestar' in Buffalo.

sporter said...

My dad's the bass player in this band, we are all getting lots of kicks out all of this. thnaks for the nice comments!!!

Roy said...

I as around 13 years old when I heard This Band perform live out side Amato Music Store in West Islip Long Island NY. I bought The album and still enjoy The hole album to this day.I know we all are alot older, but I think a new album from them would be fantastic. what do you say?

Roy said...

cd universe has a copy of the vinyl LP but amazon.com has it in cd and vinyl LP, if anybody wants to get a copy

John said...

"I See You" and "9-5-59" popped up in my Pandora station, and I recently got the album off iTunes. Very nice! Grand Funk Railroad arrangements with lovely harmonies and trippy psych embellishments. Glad I found them. I hope that it's fulfilling to these guys (and other bands from the era) who are getting much more widespread recognition now, thru Pandora and other digital media, than they did at the time.