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DRAGONWYCK

Dragonwyck

Psychedelic/Space Rock


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4.00 | 15 ratings | 1 reviews | 14% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1970

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. My Future Waits (Dragonwyck Recordings 1970) (5:41)
2. Ideas within You (Dragonwyck Recordings 1970) (1:01)
3. Fire Climbs (Dragonwyck Recordings 1970) (9:04)
4. Run To The Devil (Dragonwyck Recordings 1970) (3:57)
5. God´s Dream (Dragonwyck Recordings 1970) (4:43)
6. Ancient Child (Dragonwyck Recordings 1970) (4:59)
7. The Vision (Dragonwyck Recordings 1970) (2:34)

Bonus tracks on World In Sound CD remaster:
8. Fire Climbs (Sunrise Recordings 1968) (4:30)
9. Flowers Grow Free (Sunrise Recordings 1968) (3:14)
10. The Vision (Sunrise Recordings 1968) (7:05)
11. Anything I´d Give (Sunrise Recordings 1968) (3:14)
12. Ancient Child (Sunrise Recordings 1968) (4:52)

Total 54.53

Bonus material taken from a 1968 EP

Line-up / Musicians

- Bill Pettijohn / vocals
- Tom Brehm / guitara
- Skip Foster / keyboards
- Pat Osines / bass
- Jeff Richards / bass
- Gary Sanger / drums

Releases information

LP RFR 023LP
CD WIS 1023CD (remaster)

Thanks to Eetu Pellonpää for the addition
and to Joolz for the last updates
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DRAGONWYCK Dragonwyck ratings distribution


4.00
(15 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(14%)
14%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(64%)
64%
Good, but non-essential (21%)
21%
Collectors/fans only (0%)
0%
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)
0%

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Review by philippe
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4 stars Pretty accomplished heavy-psychedelic prog effort from this obscure german band. It's an evidence that it's not krautrock, it sounds surprisingly british with a pure mix between epic fuzzy guitars, grandiose Hammond organ parts and stylistic arrangements. My future waits is maybe the only song that admits links with kraut-melancolic-bluesy fuzzed out obssessions. Consequently this is my favourite one on this album. A very passionate song with distinctive pop-ish accents. The break part is astonishingly melodic, moody and stoned with nice fuzz psych guitar leads. Ideas within you is a more mellow song with a ravishing cloudy melody with folk-ish accents. It carries on the catchy, happy-like and tranquil Fire Climbs. The song features some serious technical, instrumental improvisations dominated by a duet between intense guitar leads and heavy based organ eccentricities. Run to the devil is a seriously spaced out composition with delicate organ chords, floating bluesy guitars and desperate melodic, emotional vocals. God dreams is a bombastic, propulsive heavy rockin' song punctuated by abundant hammond organs and awesome vocals. Ancient Child is a creepy eccentric song based on a carnivalesque demonic atmosphere, perfectly haunted, heavy and oppressive. Dragonwyck could be a teutonic version of Atomic Rooster, Lucifer's friend with a great dose of dark, dreamy, druggy elements. Mesmerizing!

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