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Movie Madness - High Tide (2) - Precious Cargo (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Movie Madness - High Tide (2) - Precious Cargo (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Akinogor
    "Precious Cargo" is seven tracks of live in the studio slices of hauntingly beautiful yet terrifying soundscapes. Their sound is one that should have been playing in the background of an Alfred Hitchcock film or more recently, a Wes Craven production comes to mind. What made their sound so eerie was the violin of Simon House.
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  2. Mezibei
    High Tide discography and songs: Music profile for High Tide, formed Genres: Heavy Psych, Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock. Albums include Sea Shanties, High Tide, and Precious Cargo.
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  3. Mikat
    The TIDE comes in, the TIDE goes out. Such is the lesson of the UK’s most promising prog rock band of with the phenomenal “Sea Shanties” where the heavy prog band HIGH TIDE that consisted of Tony Hill (electric & acoustic guitars, organ, vocals), Simon House (electric violin, organ, piano), Peter Pavli (bass) and Roger Hadden (drums, piano, pipe organ) lived up to their moniker and.
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  4. Fenritaur
    Movie Madness: B2: Explorations: B3: Rock Me On Your Wave: * Items below may differ depending on the release. No Vinyl+CDR 9 Listed For Sale: high tide precious cargo.
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  5. Brazil
    Precious Cargo is seven tracks of live-in-the- studio slices of hauntingly beautiful yet terrifying soundscapes. Their sound is one that should have been playing in the background of an Alfred Hitchcock film or more recently, a Wes Craven production comes to mind. What made their sound so eerie was the violin of Simon House.
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  6. Kazijin
    May 11,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - High Tide (Side 1) - Rare UK Prog Rock LP `Guitar Freakout` `Black Liberty Label` £ YouTube 15 classic albums from the UK underground, Heavy & Progressive rock.
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  7. Faeshicage
    Precious Cargo is seven tracks of live-in-the- studio slices of hauntingly beautiful yet terrifying soundscapes. Their sound is one that should have been playing in the background of an Alfred Hitchcock film or more recently, a Wes Craven production comes to mind.
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