The Pretty Things - Get The Picture?
Label: Madfish - SMALP1013 • Format: Vinyl LP, Reissue, Remastered, Mono • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock
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Jun 18, · The Pretty Things' second album, Get the Picture (released December ), has not only been remastered from original session tapes so the group sounds like their amps are practically right in your lap, but it's also been expanded to 18 songs with the addition of tracks cut for singles and EP releases from the same sessions/5(11).
Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Pretty Things/Get the Picture? - The Pretty Things on AllMusic - - One of the rawest and easily the most garage and 8/
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The Pretty Things Get The Picture? on g LP. English rock band The Pretty Things created some of the most exciting and innovative records of the late s and early s. The Pretty Things first burst onto the scene in with an explosive R&B sound far .
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The Pretty Things' second album, Get the Picture? (released December ), has not only been remastered from original session tapes so the group sounds like their amps are practically right in your lap, but it's also been expanded to 18 songs with the addition of tracks cut for singles and EP releases from the same sessions.9/
Jun 18, · They had risen from a pool of bands playing blues and Bo Diddley covers, bands like the Downliners Sect, the Cops 'n' Robbers, the Bo Street Runners and the Pretty Things. When it came to bad publicity, the Pretty Things had it in spades, and were rarely out of /5(11).
An EP entitled The Pretty Things on Film consisting of the songs featured was released by Fontana, but it failed to get much exposure. It was shown in one cinema in London for a couple of weeks, but ended up generally unseen until Snapper included it as a multimedia bonus on their CD reissue of Get the Picture?Genre: Garage rock, R&B.