Ultimate Spinach (album)
|Studio album by Ultimate Spinach|
|Released||January 6, 1968|
|Recorded||September 18 – October 29 1967
Bell Sound Studios, NYC
|Ultimate Spinach chronology|
Ultimate Spinach is the 1968 self-titled debut album by the American psychedelic rock band, Ultimate Spinach, and was released on the MGM Records label (E/SE-4518) simultaneously with the debut LP of two other Boston area bands, Beacon Street Union and Orpheus. Both albums were heavily promoted by the label as being representative of the "Bosstown Sound". The commercial ploy was heavily driven in psychedelic music that attempted to replicate the San Francisco Sound.
All songs written by Ian Bruce-Douglas.
- "Ego Trip" – 3:13
- "Sacrifice of the Moon" – 3:45
- "Plastic Raincoats/Hung Up Minds" – 2:56
- "Ballad of the Hip Death Goddess" – 8:14
- "Your Head Is Reeling" – 3:36
- "Dove in Hawk's Clothing" – 3:54
- "Baroque #1" – 4:48
- "Funny Freak Parade" – 2:35
- "Pamela" – 3:08
- Ian Bruce-Douglas - vocals, guitar (acoustic and electric), 12-string bass, electric piano, organ, keyboards, sitar, vibraphone, theremin, recording,
- Barbara Jean Hudson - guitar (acoustic and electric), vocals
- Keith Lahteinen - drums, percussion, Vocals
- Richard Nese - bass (acoustic and electric), feedback
- Geoffrey Winthrop - guitar (acoustic and electric), feedback, sitar (acoustic and electric), vocals
- Ted Myers - guitar, vocals
- Richie Unterberger. "Ultimate Spinach". allmusic.com. Retrieved March 31, 2015.