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Walter Ghoul’s Lavendar Brigade- House Of Small 7” ~PINK FLOYD!

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Walter Ghoul’s Lavendar Brigade- House Of Small 7”.  The industrious Damien Youth is responsible for numerous '90s and 2000s indie psychedelic projects under his own name and as a collaborator with various other musicians. Walter Ghoul's Lavender Brigade is another of his projects, and is also the most fun and lighthearted. On Walter Ghoul’s Lavendar Brigade’s debut single these songs are a very convincing audio time capsules of the lighter side of the Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd, and the fun side of late-'60s British psychedelia as a whole. The mid-tempo pianos, periodic brass, flowery lyrics, and overall chipper feel also bring to mind the Magical Mystery Tour-era Beatles as well the fine cult group Tomorrow. Import from the UK.

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