Swipe

Licorice Pizza Records 🍕

Music For The Stars is a collection of songs that may lend themselves to the end of the night in headphones, for me it's an Ode to Horsenden Hill in West London where we used to gather of an evening with the compilation tapes we had made introducing each other to new songs which we found; songs some of which would remain with us forever, we would sit there 'til late overlooking the West End's City Lights but could lay back and watch the stars.
Music For The Stars is a collection of songs that may lend themselves to the end of the night in headphones, for me it's an Ode to Horsenden Hill in West London where we used to gather of an evening with the compilation tapes we had made introducing each other to new songs which we found; songs some of which would remain with us forever, we would sit there 'til late overlooking the West End's City Lights but could lay back and watch the stars.
5053760086437

Details

Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 09/09/2022
UPC: 5053760086437

Music For The Stars: Celestial Music 1960-1979
Artist: Music For The Stars: Celestial Music 1960-1979
Format: CD
New: Available $23.99 $20.55 ON SALE
Wish

Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Alexander "Skip" Spence - Broken Heart
2. Fred Neil - I've Got a Secret (Didn't We Shake Sugaree)
3. John Fahey - Jesus Is a Dying Bedmaker
4. Bert Jansch - Poison
5. Roedelius - Balsam
6. Shuggie Otis - Jennie Lee
7. Captain Beefheart ; His Magic Band - Observatory Crest
8. Kevin Ayres - May I?
9. The Electric Prunes - Holy Are You
10. Eden Ahbez - Eden's Island
11. Nina Simone - Come Ye
12. Damon - the Night
13. Lonnie Liston Smith ; the Cosmic Echoes - Sais (Egypt)
14. Kathy Smith - It's Taking So Long
15. Tim Buckley - Buzzin' Fly
16. Bill Fay - I Hear You Calling
17. Gene Clark - with Tomorrow
18. Willie Nelson - Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain

More Info:

Music For The Stars is a collection of songs that may lend themselves to the end of the night in headphones, for me it's an Ode to Horsenden Hill in West London where we used to gather of an evening with the compilation tapes we had made introducing each other to new songs which we found; songs some of which would remain with us forever, we would sit there 'til late overlooking the West End's City Lights but could lay back and watch the stars.
back to top