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ODE - Cover shows moderate wear/ring wear, heavier on edges w/ a touch of grime & seam split - Vinyl is VG w/ surface pattern & the occasional mark, scratch or scuff - Cleaned on a VPI machine
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A potent synthesis of high-voltage rock, jazz, blues and avant garde electronica. Presented here is the group''s ''67 debut LP in its ultra-rare mono mix.

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Disc: 1

1 Fresh-Garbage
2 Uncle Jack
3 Mechanical World
4 Taurus
5 Girl In Your Eye
6 Straight Arrow
7 Topanga Windows
8 Gramophone Man

Disc: 2

1 Water Woman
2 The Great Canyon Fire In General
3 Elijah
4 Veruska
5 Free Spirit
6 If I Had a Woman
7 Elijah

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SeaWasp
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Sundazed Vinyl version
Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2016
One of my favourite bands of the 1960s.. I cannot give Spirit anything less than 5 stars for their first 4 albums (same with Santana and The Byrds) but hey, musical taste is subjective so let''s talk about "product" here. This Sundazed vinyl version of the... See more
One of my favourite bands of the 1960s.. I cannot give Spirit anything less than 5 stars for their first 4 albums (same with Santana and The Byrds) but hey, musical taste is subjective so let''s talk about "product" here.

This Sundazed vinyl version of the first Spirit album is in MONO. You need to know that. As much as I love this band I have to be completely honest and say that I don''t think that mono enhances this recording. Whether it is a mono mix proper or just a mono fold down I have no idea... but compared to the stereo versions I have heard this Sundazed mono pressing sounds a little lifeless and flat to me.

I have the cd in stereo so I guess it''s cool to own a copy in mono as well. There is nothing much more to say about this release except that the photo of the guys on the back cover is in colour whereas I distinctly remember it being in B&W on my original Aussie released Lp way back in the day. This is not a complaint.. merely an observation. Also the cardboard sleeve that houses the actual record has the Sound Recorders Studio paperwork regarding the session printed on each side. Plain yellow label on black vinyl. That pretty much covers product detail.

I must say that it feels good to actually hold this slab of vinyl in my hands and to admire the artwork. It seems so much more substantial than a cd. If any of you older guys are feeling a bit jaded and are wondering where the music went.. I suggest you replenish your vinyl record collections. I have spent a small fortune in the past few weeks alone rebuying the music of my youth and man, when I see that Steppenwolf, Tull, Zeppelin & Fudge spinning on my turntable I feel revitalised... but I digress. I''m glad I bought this album.. just be aware that it is in MONO.
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GemHoarderKeeper
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
My Spirit Experince
Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2011
Sons of AAAAA I and a friend bought this record which by the way is totally cccccoool and Aawwwwsome!!!! As for how our records showed Tsssssss all I have to Say is WHAT A JOKE Bent corners total disrespect for shipping vinyl. Buy your vinyl But Tssssssssss... See more
Sons of AAAAA I and a friend bought this record which by the way is totally cccccoool and
Aawwwwsome!!!! As for how our records showed Tsssssss all I have to Say is
WHAT A JOKE Bent corners total disrespect for shipping vinyl. Buy your vinyl
But Tssssssssss not here they destroy it before you get it Great sizzzzzite for cds tho
LLLAAAATtterrrrr Dude''s LOL
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Fearfulsymmetry
5.0 out of 5 stars
A Quiet Classic!
Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2008
There is no question that this is a great lp that has been largely neglected by the canon of rock criticism. It is uncharacteristically understated for its time, and there is no bombast, as found in even some of the better acts of the time. The songs are well crafted, the... See more
There is no question that this is a great lp that has been largely neglected by the canon of rock criticism. It is uncharacteristically understated for its time, and there is no bombast, as found in even some of the better acts of the time. The songs are well crafted, the arrangements and engineering are deliciously subtle, and the music has staying power. I have been engaged by it since at least 1970!
I''m not sure the band ever equalled this. The subsequent lps seem to have aimed for stardom as their first goals. At least one that I heard reshuffled Spirit back into the pack of psych rock bands of the period.
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Morten Vindberg
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
An Album with many Exciting Facets
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 12, 2018
Spirit’s debut album from 1968 is an exciting mixture of various genres ranging from jazz / blues to almost pure pop pscychedelia. You easily get the feeling that the group feels the most at home in the bluesy jazzy section, and that this is where their hearts belong. On...See more
Spirit’s debut album from 1968 is an exciting mixture of various genres ranging from jazz / blues to almost pure pop pscychedelia. You easily get the feeling that the group feels the most at home in the bluesy jazzy section, and that this is where their hearts belong. On the other hand, I find the most interesting and long-lasting numbers in the pop-psych section "Uncle Jack" and "Gramophone Man" are melodic songs like the pop-pscyh - both very charming and, in my opinion, among those that really make the album worthwhile and interesting. "Straight Arrow" and "The Great Canyon Fire in General" are a bit in the same vein, though a bit more complex. A few numbers make me think of the early Amboy Dukes – e.g. "Mechanical World". "Topanga Windows" may remind you about Donovan''s "Sunshine Superman" period. On the more bluesy jazzy songs, you may come to think of bands like Steely Dan and King Crimsom. Overall this is an album with many exciting facets and one which deserves its reputation as one of the most important of its time
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goldenears
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In my opinion Spirit was one of the best rock groups and ranks up there with The Doors
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 5, 2014
In my opinion Spirit was one of the best rock groups and ranks up there with The Doors, Jefferson Airplane, The Beatles and the Pink Floyd. This is west coast music par excellence. The band is very under rated. I like the mixture of rock, jazz, folk and classical music. The...See more
In my opinion Spirit was one of the best rock groups and ranks up there with The Doors, Jefferson Airplane, The Beatles and the Pink Floyd. This is west coast music par excellence. The band is very under rated. I like the mixture of rock, jazz, folk and classical music. The psychedelic and progressive rock elements are always rhythmic and melodic and the band has a light touch just like the Moody Blues. I have played my Spirit LPs so much that they are beginning to distort the music and wear out. So I have converted to digital recordings. Spirit were very influential and their song writing and playing were second to none. Ed Cassidy played with Thelonious Monk and Randy California learnt some of his trade from Jimi Hendrix. John Locke brought a classical influence and Jay Ferguson combined all these influences with his brilliant songwriting. As the previous reviewers have remarked the track Taurus had a heavy influence on Led Zeppelin''s Stairway to heaven and it is worth buying this album to make the comparison. The opening bars of "Fresh Garbage" crop up in the P!nk song "Feel Good Time" and this was one of the theme tunes to the 2003 film "Charlie''s Angels". I don''t suppose the producers of the song and the film saw the irony of using a riff from "Fresh Garbage". To get yourself back to 1968 you must buy this album. My favourite Spirit album is "Clear" because of the jazz influence.
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DP
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
All good.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 16, 2018
I bought this for the excellent track, "Fresh Garbage". It is all good.
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Mr. T. Brooks
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Sorry guys but it is weak in many areas and ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 11, 2015
Sorry guys but it is weak in many areas and annoys on replay. Then you get the sparks of the genius stuff you produced later on. Worth having for reference though.
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D. J. H. Thorn
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fresh Spirit
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 14, 2008
Spirit seem to be best-known for their ''Dr Sardonicus'' album, but all of their first four albums are superb. This debut sounds like the work of a more mature, yet inspired rock band and they certainly had an impressive pedigree. Drummer Ed Cassidy was teenage guitarist...See more
Spirit seem to be best-known for their ''Dr Sardonicus'' album, but all of their first four albums are superb. This debut sounds like the work of a more mature, yet inspired rock band and they certainly had an impressive pedigree. Drummer Ed Cassidy was teenage guitarist Randy California''s (Wolfe) stepfather and an experienced jazz sideman. California, meanwhile, had played alongside Jimi Hendrix. His style was less about riffing and more about tone and substance; both man and boy were imaginative team players. Jay Ferguson provided most of the songwriting creativity and, together with the already experienced bassist Mark Andes, the looks. John Locke was the keyboard boffin whose jazzy instrumental, ''Elijah,'' sprawls across more than ten minutes of this album. ''Spirit'' is crammed with great ideas and benefits from an unusually dense production which lends it gravity. The most unusual items are the dramatic, staccato horn-backed ''Mechanical World,'' the other-wordly ''Taurus,'' renowned for giving Jimmy Page his intro to ''Stairway to Heaven'' and the aforementioned ''Elijah'' which may at first require patience. Ferguson''s often eerie vocal style dates the album, but is effective. Straight rock with well-crafted melody is the order of the day for most of the tracks, especially ''Uncle Jack,'' while ''Water Woman'' was considered good enough for a couple of obscure British bands to cover. The bonus tracks are pretty good too. ''Veruska'' was later recorded for the double-set ''Spirit of ''76.'' This album ought to be regarded as one of the big-hitters of its era.
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