Sopwith Camel - Sopwith Camel 1967 ( 2006 Remastered)




"Postcard From Jamaica" was the
second single in 1967. Recorded
in New York, as was most of the first
album. The cover photo was taken in
the dead of winter in Washington
Square, NYC.

While staying in "the Village," they played the Night Owl Cafe, stayed
at the Albert Hotel and toured the East Coast with the Lovin' Spoonful.

The third single (1967) and final attempt for another hit before the
band left Kama Sutra.

"Saga of the Low Down Let Down" written by William Sievers.

Tracklisting:
1. Hello hello (Stereo)
2. Frantic desolation (Stereo)
3. Saga of the low down let down (Stereo)
4. Little orphan Annie (Stereo)
5. You always tell me baby (Stereo)
6. Maybe in a dream (Stereo)
7. Cellophane woman (Stereo)
8. The things that I could do with you (Stereo)
9. Walk in the dark (Stereo)
10. The great morpheum (Stereo)
11. Postcard from Jamaica (Stereo)

12. Treadin' (Mono)
13. Hello hello (Mono)
14. Saga of the low down let down (Mono)
15. Little orphan Annie (Mono)
16. Saga of the low down let down (Mono)
17. You always tell me baby (Mono)
18. Maybe in a dream (Mono)
19. Cellophane woman (Mono)
20. The things that I could do with you (Mono)
21. Walk in the dark (Mono)
22. The great morpheum (Mono)
23. Postcard from Jamaica (Mono)



 
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