The Clown Died in Marvin Gardens
|The Clown Died in Marvin Gardens|
|Studio album by Beacon Street Union|
The Clown Died in Marvin Gardens is the second album from Beacon Street Union, a psychedelic rock group based in Boston, Massachusetts The album was released in 1968. The dead clown on the cover was also used previously in 1967, by Joel Brodsky on The Doors's album Strange Days.
- "The Clown Died in Marvin Gardens"
- "The Clown's Overture"
- "Angus of Aberdeen"
- "Blue Suede Shoes"
- "A Not Very August Afternoon"
- "Now I Taste the Tears"
- "King of the Jungle"
- "May I Light Your Cigarette"
- "Baby, Please Don't Go"
- John Lincoln Wright - vocals
- Paul Tartachny - guitars
- Robert Rhodes - keyboards, brass
- Wayne Ulaky - bass
- Richard Weisberg - drums