Download links and information about Clear Light by Clear Light. This album was released in 1967 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 31:59 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic|
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|3.||A Child's Smile||1:37|
|5.||The Ballad of Freddie & Larry||1:56|
|6.||With All In Mind||2:58|
|9.||They Who Have Nothing||2:34|
|10.||How Many Nights Have Passed||2:24|
|11.||Night Sounds Loud||2:26|
|12.||She's Ready to Be Free||1:58|
Although the band only recorded one album in 1967 before disbanding, Clear Light’s Los Angeles psychedelia fit perfectly on Elektra alongside such acts as The Doors, Love, and Tim Buckley. “Black Roses” jangles like an early Byrds tune before Cliff De Young starts singing with throaty inflections that have more in common with Jim Morrison. The following “Sand” unleashes some of the era’s prerequisite fuzz guitar and Hammond organ; when they're played at a marching rhythm, the result's an archetypical style of West Coast acid-rock. De Young over-annunciates his lyrics in the playful “A Child’s Smile,” sounding like Arthur Lee—especially when accompanied by baroque-pop instrumentation. “She's Ready to Be Free” balances frantic early-'60s go-go beats with late-'60s trippy studio acoutrements for a song that’s as catchy as it is psychedelic. But the heady cover of Tom Paxton’s “Mr. Blue” is what became the album’s notable hit. Dallas Taylor’s stellar drumming would later accompany Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.