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The Five Day Week Straw People - The Five Day Week Straw People mp3 album

  • Performer: The Five Day Week Straw People
  • Title: The Five Day Week Straw People
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: Europe
  • Formats: AAC ADX WAV MP4 MOD AU DXD
  • Released: 1968
  • Style: Psychedelic Rock
  • MP3 album: 1722 mb
  • FLAC album: 1574 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 942
The Five Day Week Straw People - The Five Day Week Straw People mp3 album

The Attack - The Five Day Week Straw People, Life After Decca - 1968 – Does It Rain. The Five Day Week Straw People 1967 Five Day Week Straw People – 05 Car Wash. The Five Day Week Straw People – Mr. Pinnodmy s Dilemma. The Five Day Week Straw People – Does It Rain. Five Day Week Straw People – Gold Digger. The Five Day Week Straw People – If You Were Around. The Five Day Week Straw People – Go Your Way. 3:26. The Five Day Week Straw People – Sleep Like A Child. Five Day Week Straw People – Feel Like Flying.

The Attack - The Five Day Week Straw People, Life After Decca - 1968 - Does It Rain! 03:14. Неизвестен - The Five Day Week Straw People 04:30. The Five Day Week Straw People - Dust Is In My Eyes 04:09. The Five Day Week Straw People - Postmen 03:44.

It’s easy to see Five Day Week Straw People as a victim of the times, wrapping themselves in a mile long moniker, keeping company with other like minded time travelers lost to the eons, fellow grandiose name-bands like The Experimental West Coast Pop Art Band, The Electric Chocolate Marshmallow Raincoats, or Strawberry Alarm Clock. However, this one time cultural icon and stuff of legend, like their counterpoint, The Chocolate Watch Band, who’s material is spotty at best, is much more memorable for the direction the individual members would later take, than the material presented here. Never the less, this self titled album is highly prized by collectors as it reflects a moment in British flower power psychedelia that was here and gone like dandelion seeds on the wind.

01 - Five Day Week Straw People. 06 - Feel Like Having A Party.

Don't confuse, the counterfeit version is The Five Day Week Straw People - The Five Day Week Straw People. on backcover, second on label. Track B5 according to cover and label is Dust is in My Eyes.

Five Day Week Straw People. The Five Day Week Straw People. Sunday Morning? 3:24. Feel Like Having A Party. I'm Going Out Tonight. Freedom For You. 2:39.

The Attack, The Five Day Week Straw People. John Du Cann Mick Hawksworth Jack McCulloch Ian McLane. Andromeda were an English psychedelic rock group, that formed in 1966. However, soon after formation, the band changed lineup, and led by John Du Cann a new line-up recorded their eponymous album in 1969 with backing vocals by Eddie Dyche Du Cann, Hawksworth, and Collins also comprised the one-off studio band The Five Day Week Straw People. Hawksworth later briefly joined Killing Floor.

The Five Day Week Straw People - Postman. Artist: Five Day Week Straw People. Album: Five Day Week Straw People (Five Day Week Straw People), 2018. Track List: 1. Five Day Week Straw People 2. I'm Going Out Tonight 3. Gold Digger 4. Postman 5. Car Wash 6. Feel Like Having A Party 7. Sunday Morning 8. Does It Rain 9. If You Were Around 10. Dust Is In My Eyes.

Tracklist

A1 Five Day Week Straw People
A2 I'm Going Out Tonight
A3 Gold Digger
A4 Postman
A5 Car Wash
B1 Feel Like Having A Party
B2 Sunday Morning
B3 Does It Rain
B4 If You Were Around
B5 Dust In My Eyes

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Saga Records Ltd.
  • Printed By – St. James Press
  • Made By – British Celanese Limited
  • Published By – New Town Sound

Credits

  • Written-By – Montague*, Mascolo*

Notes

Don't confuse, the counterfeit version is The Five Day Week Straw People - The Five Day Week Straw People

First cat.nr. on backcover, second on label

Track B5 according to cover and label is Dust is in My Eyes. Why is it Dust in My Eyes on the tracklist?

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout A side): STFID 2123A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout B side): STFID 2123B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MBTCD013 The Five Day Week Straw People The Five Day Week Straw People ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Morgan Blue Town MBTCD013 Europe 2018
FID 2123, STFID 2123 The Five Day Week Straw People The Five Day Week Straw People ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial) Saga , Saga FID 2123, STFID 2123 Europe Unknown
Retro 812 The Five Day Week Straw People The Five Day Week Straw People ‎(CD, Album, RE) RPM retrodisc Retro 812 UK 2007
MER II The Five Day Week Straw People The Five Day Week Straw People ‎(CD, Album, RE) Merlin MER II Unknown
BT5013 The Five Day Week Straw People The Five Day Week Straw People ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, 180) Morgan Blue Town BT5013 Europe 2018



Reviews about The Five Day Week Straw People - The Five Day Week Straw People (1):
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It’s easy to see Five Day Week Straw People as a victim of the times, wrapping themselves in a mile long moniker, keeping company with other like minded time travelers lost to the eons, fellow grandiose name-bands like The Experimental West Coast Pop Art Band, The Electric Chocolate Marshmallow Raincoats, or Strawberry Alarm Clock. However, this one time cultural icon and stuff of legend, like their counterpoint, The Chocolate Watch Band, who’s material is spotty at best, is much more memorable for the direction the individual members would later take, than the material presented here.To their credit, they’ve created an adventurous concept album revolving around a the weekend of a typical working class British family ... instantly bringing to mind the song “Dear Diary” by The Moody Blues. Recored in something like four or five hours in a London classroom, it’s easy to hear a lack of cohesiveness, not to mention the fact that it’s rumored that Jack Collins had never heard any of the songs prior to the recording session. Never the less, this self titled album is highly prized by collectors as it reflects a moment in British flower power psychedelia that was here and gone like dandelion seeds on the wind. Five Day Week Straw People do have some stunning pop elements, though rather than embracing the Mod side of the times, they’ve jettisoned themselves toward the more heavier rock sound that would become known as early heavy metal, sparking memories of Cream, filling their songs with bantered lyrics, harmonies, and a sense of story telling that requires attention to detail if you wish to gain access to this psychedelic opus ... one filled with acid fuzzed guitars, a sustained bass, intoxicating effects driven vocals filled with reverb, and drumming that could have taken place at no other time in musical history.For all it is or isn’t worth, the legend truly outweighs reality, but if you must drop down the rabbit hole, then you must ... just remember, a mellow dosage of lysergic acid diethylamide will certainly broaden your horizons, and created the desired effect Five Day Week Straw People were looking for.Five Day Week Straw People are actually just four people, John Du Cann on vocals and guitar, Mick Hawksworth on Bass and vocals, with Jack Collins and Ian McLane on drums. John Cu Cann went on to do splendid work with Atomic Rooster and Andromeda while the rest of the band dabbled, never to be heard from again. As to the CD reissue, it includes an astounding nine bonus tracks, bring the total for that four hour set to nineteen ... that’s just over twelve and a half minutes per track for recording time alone, leaving one to wonder, “Just what were they thinking?”Review by Jenell Kesler

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