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Fifty Foot Hose


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.71 | 32 ratings

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3 stars Imagine Jefferson Airplane jamming with Silver Apples and Karl Heinz Stockhausen and you have the cult - and very strangely named - 1960's group Fifty Foot Hose and their debut(and only) recording 'Cauldron'. Released to little fanfare in 1969, 'Cauldron''s status in the rock world has grown slowly but steadily over the decades. Now, in 2010, it's branded as one of those 'lost classic' albums that reissue labels just love, and, though it is not by any means the 'classic' album it's label says it is, 'Cauldron' is a rather interesting and forward-thinking curiosity that mixes west coast acid-rock and primitive electronics with genuine enthusiasm and creativity. Strange, dated and slightly bizarre, Fifty Foot Hose's one-and-only album is an ecletic addition to the Psychedelic rock canon. STEFAN TURNER, LONDON, 2010
stefro | 3/5 |


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