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'The World In A Sea Shell' was the third and final album of Strawberry Alarm Clock's classic line-up. The Strawberry Alarm Clock's unique sound, full of beautiful, day-glo pop surrounding jagged, fuzzy guitars and organs, among other garage-rock influences, is explored through a number of dreamlike gems. "Sea Shell" and "Barefoot In Baltimore" are day-glo psych masterpieces. Ed King steps up with an Strawberry Alarm Clock classic, "Love Me Again". It's full of snakey guitar lines we've come to expect from Ed King. Randy Seol gives us his swansong with "Eulogy", and Mark Weitz closes the set with the moody, drifting instrumental "Shallow Impressions", which ends with more of Ed King's haunting guitar work.
'The World In A Sea Shell' was the third and final album of Strawberry Alarm Clock's classic line-up. The Strawberry Alarm Clock's unique sound, full of beautiful, day-glo pop surrounding jagged, fuzzy guitars and organs, among other garage-rock influences, is explored through a number of dreamlike gems. "Sea Shell" and "Barefoot In Baltimore" are day-glo psych masterpieces. Ed King steps up with an Strawberry Alarm Clock classic, "Love Me Again". It's full of snakey guitar lines we've come to expect from Ed King. Randy Seol gives us his swansong with "Eulogy", and Mark Weitz closes the set with the moody, drifting instrumental "Shallow Impressions", which ends with more of Ed King's haunting guitar work.
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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 05/27/2022
UPC: 600753959565

World In A Sea Shell (Hol)
Artist: Strawberry Alarm Clock
Format: CD
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'The World In A Sea Shell' was the third and final album of Strawberry Alarm Clock's classic line-up. The Strawberry Alarm Clock's unique sound, full of beautiful, day-glo pop surrounding jagged, fuzzy guitars and organs, among other garage-rock influences, is explored through a number of dreamlike gems. "Sea Shell" and "Barefoot In Baltimore" are day-glo psych masterpieces. Ed King steps up with an Strawberry Alarm Clock classic, "Love Me Again". It's full of snakey guitar lines we've come to expect from Ed King. Randy Seol gives us his swansong with "Eulogy", and Mark Weitz closes the set with the moody, drifting instrumental "Shallow Impressions", which ends with more of Ed King's haunting guitar work.
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