HP Lovecraft - H.P. Lovecraft II album download
|A1||Spin Spin Spin|
|A2||It's About Time|
|A3||Blue Jack Of Diamonds|
|B1||At The Mountains Of Madness|
|B3||High Flying Bird|
|B5||Keeper Of The Keys|
NotesThe cover is totally misprinted.
Cover's artwork and tracklist on the back refers to "H.P. LOVECRAFT - H.P. LOVECRAFT" but the catalogue number on spine and on rear top right corner is 822577-1 (instead of 830543-1) and refers to "H.P. LOVECRAFT - H.P. LOVECRAFT II". Also, "HP. LOVECRAFT II" is printed on spine.
|PHS 600-279, PHS-600-279||H.P. Lovecraft*||H.P. Lovecraft II (LP, Album)||Philips, Philips||PHS 600-279, PHS-600-279||US||1968|
|SBL 7872, 852 126 BY||H.P. Lovecraft*||H.P. Lovecraft II (LP, Album)||Philips, Philips||SBL 7872, 852 126 BY||UK||1968|
|RRPD 018||HP Lovecraft||HP Lovecraft II (LP, Ltd, Pic, RE, Unofficial)||Radioactive||RRPD 018||UK||2004|
|HPLV - 69||H.P. Lovecraft*||H.P. Lovecraft II (LP, Album, RE)||Subway Records||HPLV - 69||US||Unknown|
|ASHCD3008||H.P. Lovecraft*||H.P. Lovecraft II (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial, Pap)||Phoenix Records||ASHCD3008||UK||2008|
P. Lovecraft is the debut album by the American psychedelic rock band H. P. Lovecraft. It was released in October 1967 by Philips Records. The album blended psychedelic and folk rock influences and was marked by the haunting, eerie ambiance of the band's music, which itself was often inspired by the literary works of horror writer H. Lovecraft, after whom the band had named themselves.
Lovecraft II is a music boxset/compilation recording by . LOVECRAFT (ve Rock) released in 1997 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes Lovecraft, . Lovecraft II, which contained two albums - This Is . Lovecraft (which is the same as . Lovecraft), the band's first album from 1967, and . Lovecraft II (1968), both originally released on Phillips. LOVECRAFT Lovecraft, . Two Classic Albums from HP Lovecraft: . Lovecraft II Collector's Choice 2000.
HP LOVECRAFT named after the classic neo-gothic writer, was comprised of a central quintet George Edwards, Dave Michaels and Tony Cavallari. Their male duets were exceptional and their music demonstrated crosscurrents with The Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane. It contains the entire collection of HP Lovecraft. Because of that this is a beautiful glimpse of a time forgottom band, now remembered (By a few anyway). Lovecraft is timeless, unbounded, and eternally fresh! This double album is a must-have for every music lover.
CD 16-bit 44,1 kHz. . Lovecraft - Two Classic Albums from HP Lovecraft- . Lovecraft II - 01. Wayfaring Stranger. Lovecraft II - 02. Let's Get Together. Lovecraft II - 03. I've Been Wrong Before. Lovecraft II - 04. The Drifter. Lovecraft II - 05. That's The.
At the Mountains of Madness. At the Mountains of Madness (1988): A compilation of the previous two albums, plus some additional tracks. Founded in 1970 by members of the group . Lovecraft, which broke up the previous year. This rock band hails from Argentina. Cacophany (1989): This entire album seems to be Lovecraft inspired, but only the following song titles have explicit Lovecraft references. The Horrors in the Museum.
P. Lovecraft was an American psychedelic rock band, formed in Chicago, Illinois, in 1967 and named after the horror writer H. Much of the band's music was possessed of a haunting, eerie ambience, and consisted of material that was inspired by the macabre writings of the author whose name they had adopted.
Listen to music from . Lovecraft like Wayfaring Stranger, At The Mountains Of Madness & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from . 1) Howard Phillips Lovecraft, (August 20, 1890 – March 15, 1937) was an American author of horror, fantasy and science fiction, especially the subgenre known as weird fiction. Lovecraft was an American psychedelic rock group of the 1960s and 1970s who took their name from the eponymous horror writer.
Here is the complete collection of fiction by H. I can completely understand that Lovecraft is not for everyone - his stories don't read as easily as King's, there isn't a lot of dialogue, but there is no harm in trying a story or two before deciding if you want to explore further. 1. The Shadow over Innsmouth - creepy, creepy, creepy. The tension and dread is built and sustained for the majority of this one, and it also has one of my favourite endings. Rue d'Auseil - The Great Old Ones. Any Lovecraft-like album from CryoChamber. Dec 16, 2012 Nick Black rated it it was ok.