Love and Poetry

Love and Poetry is the first studio album by British psychedelic band Andwella's Dream. It was released in 1969 on CBS Records.

Love and Poetry
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Studio album by
Released1969
Recorded1969
GenrePsychedelic rock
Length46:30
LabelCBS
ProducerRocky Shahan
Andwella's Dream chronology
The Songs of David Lewis
(1969)
Love and Poetry
(1969)
World's End
(1970)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[1]

BackgroundEdit

Love and Poetry was composed entirely by band member Dave Lewis. It captures the true original sounds of Irish psychedelic rock. Relatively unknown, this album has achieved certain cult status after 40 years and is eagerly sought after by collectors of the genre.[citation needed]

It is featured in Record Collector's Top 100 British Psychedelic Records of the 1960s.[2]

The producer was Rocky Shahan (Shahan Chowdhury) who played bass in The Konrads, a band which included David Bowie in an early line-up. He represented Pakistan in the V Festival Internacional da Canção in Rio with the song "The Best Man" in 1970.[3]

Track listingEdit

All songs composed by Dave Lewis

  1. "The Days Grew Longer for Love"
  2. "Sunday"
  3. "Lost a Number Found a King"
  4. "Man Without a Name"
  5. "Clockwork Man"
  6. "Cocaine"
  7. "Shades of Grey"
  8. "High on a Mountain"
  9. "Andwella"
  10. "Midday Sun"
  11. "Take My Road"
  12. "Felix"
  13. "Goodbye"

PersonnelEdit

Andwellas Dream
  • David Lewis - vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Nigel Smith - bass guitar, vocals
  • Gordon Barton - drums

with:

  • Bob Downes - flute, Chinese bells, tam-tam, finger cymbals, percussion, Chinese Bamboo Flute (ti-tse)
Technical
  • John Hawkins - executive producer, additional arrangements
  • Andrew Cameron Miller - executive producer
  • Michael Cooper, Mike Fitzhenry, Philip Wade - engineer
  • C. Nevil Boussmayeff - sleeve design

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Online Archive - 2012 | Record Collector". Recordcollectormag.com. Retrieved 2012-02-29.
  3. ^ https://www.discogs.com/artist/2037740-Rocky-Shahan

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