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Day Of Light
CONSTANTINE / LP
SECTION: PSYCHEDELIC, PROGRESSIVE, FOLK > 80's & 90's
Cat. No. : CLP 968
First pressing of 300 copies was instantly sold out and selling for $100 already. Here’s a new, second pressing housed in a charming vintage–style unipak gatefold sleeve and a poster. 1000 copies pressing.
Out of nowhere comes this acid–folk / psych / baroque / progressive masterpiece!!
Constantine’s debut LP ’Day Of Light’ will lead you on a lysergic odyssey filled with flute, sitar, tabla, Mellotron, electric harpsichord, Vox and Hammond organ, male–female vocals, studio effects & more.
Hailing from Chicago, psychedelic troubadour Constantine has recorded this album with help from members of legendary ’71 folk psychedelic cult band O.W.L. (Of Wondrous Legends), including album art by Stephen Titra.
A strong emphasis is placed on songwriting and arrangement, while the songs themselves have a Baroque, nuanced and hopeful atmosphere. Fans of the 1969/70 dense, delicate and psychedelic/folk psych sound need to get Day Of Light into your ears!
Housed in a charming, old–style heavy gatefold paste–on sleeve in the best tradition of the late 60s / early 70s private pressings.
Constantine – Day Of Light
Not On Label – CLP 968
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Gatefold
Psychedelic Rock, Folk Rock
A1 (Into The Land) That Time Forgot 2:02
A2 The Trip (Parts I & II) 8:57
A3 Egyptian Days 3:53
A4 Song Of The Seven Willows 1:43
A5 On Through The Ages 3:56
B1 Fountains/Reflections 4:24
B2 Voyage Of The Crystal Bird 4:39
B3 Forest Path 4:37
B4 (Into The Land) That Time Forgot Pt. II 1:19
B5 Rania 6:11
B6 Day Of Light 2:59
Reissue of original LP. Different catalog # from first pressing, slight variation of label design and a vintage-style unipak gatefold sleeve.
Includes poster insert with artwork by Stephen Titra.
Includes help from members of O.W.L. (Of Wondrous Legends), including album art by Stephen Titra. All songs written and arranged by Constantine Hastalis (c) 2015.