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Felt  ‎– Felt

Felt  ‎– Felt

Felt was formed in the summer of 1970, in Huntsville, Alabama. In its short career, this prolific quintet produced one of the best psychedelic albums of the era. Excellent musicianship, excellent writing, excellent singing!!! Outstanding guitar leads and swirling organ paths, intensive rhythm base and numerous sophisticated time/tempo changes.

It's "druggy" heavy rock at its best with blues, jazzy, progressive and melodic leanings as well. An album that every 60's-70's "hunter" should own.


Felt (3) – Felt
Label:    Flawed Gems – GEM 11
CD, Album, Reissue, Unofficial Release
Country:    Sweden
Released:    2010
Genre:    Rock
Style:    Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock

1        Look At The Sun    3:14
2        Now She's Gone    5:28
3        Weepin' Mama Blues    4:40
4        World    5:36
5        The Change    10:09
6        Destination    6:40

    Engineer – Rex Collier
    Producer – Bob Tubert

Originally Released As a Vinyl Lp By US Nasco Records in 1971.

Recorded at Woodland Sound Studios
Photography by Jimmy Moore Aesthetics Inc

    Barcode: 7 365537 740113
"Felt was formed in Alabama in the late '60s around the talents of Myke Jackson (guitars), Mike Neel (drums), Tommy Gilstrap (bass), Stan Lee (guitars), and Allan Dalrymple (keyboards). The band's self-titled album, released on the small Nasco label in 1971, contains half-a-dozen original songs written for the most part by Jackson. The mostly blues-styled songs on this album are full of great guitar work and contain fine Beatles-esque harmony vocals. While most of this album has a blues feeling to it, some of the songs hint of progressive rock with swirling keyboards, intense drumming, and blistering guitar solos. The album has recently been discovered for its musical excellence and has become a very rare collectors' item. Guitarist Lee would later go on to become a member of punk band the Dickies in the late '70s." - Keith Pettipas

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