Classic album from the '60s
In 1967 The Small Faces released their career defining album "Ogden's Nut Gone Flake". A blend of blue, psychedelic rock, folk and Lionel Bart inspired fare. It's a stand out album of the era not only for the spectrum of genres it encompasses but also for side 2 of the album features a gobbledygook narration by Stanley Unwin recounting the tale of the moon disappearing from the sky. If you're a fan of Pink Floyd's early work, The Beatles' later work then this LP will fit nicely into your collection of recorded gems.
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