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CORRIDORS OF BLISSTERDAY

Pond

Psychedelic/Space Rock


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3.96 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Corridors Of Blissterday (2:43)
2. Cattarpilla Mansion (7:46)
3. Sweet Loretta (8:04)
4. Mist In My Brain Forrest (7:28)
5. Lightning Hip (4:50)
6. Ascending (7:50)

Total time: 38:41


Line-up / Musicians

- Jamie Terry / keys, bass
- Jay Watson / guitar, keys, bass, drums, backing vocals
- Joseph Ryan / guitar, bass, backing vocals
- Matthew Saville / drums
- Nick Allbrook / vocals, flute, keys, guitar
- Richard Ingham / synthesizer
- Nathan Savage / guitar


Releases information

CD Badminton Bandit BB002 (2009 Australia)

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POND Corridors Of Blissterday ratings distribution


3.96
(4 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
25%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(50%)
50%
Good, but non-essential (0%)
0%
Collectors/fans only (25%)
25%
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Review by Eetu Pellonpaa
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
4 stars This is certainly a wonderful album for orientating oneself to another hippie spring revelation. The music of the record evocates itself to the airwaves as a formless cosmic entity, reminding the 1970's Hawkwind brutal rock beatings with atonal sonic decorations. Melodic forms start taking shape via twists slightly similar from Pink Floyd's debut album, but with more aggressive intensity and modern sound orientation towards post-psychedelic oppressive impressions. Songs of this album carry forward an interesting feeling of schizophrenia, as they seem to synthesize both soothing and disturbing elements to a convincing solid aural appearance. Composed melodic patterns oscillate through blurring surfaces of deep space psychedelia, and the guitar sounds habiting quite heavy planes of distortion and attack. Though the two bands I here referred have thousands of clone groups, I think on basis of this recording the musicians of Pond have managed to create a personal sound, locating neatly to the tastes of 1960's garage / hippie rock album spinners, 1970's space rockers and also 21st century schizoid men's stoner rock appreciations. Most possibly a petal of wide enthusiasm of musical styles and well working collaboration with all players involved. Will certainly do further record procurements of this band's albums, which I understood would have curves to different leanings on both improvised disappearances in the ozone and more thoughtfully produced psych-pop straits.

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