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SCENTED GARDENS FOR THE BLIND

Dragon

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4.00 | 10 ratings | 1 reviews | 10% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1975

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Vermillion Cellars (3:23)
2. La Gash Lagoon (8:18)
3. Sunburst (8:33)
4. Greylynn Candy (4:57)
5. Darkness (4:44)
6. Scented Gardens for the Blind (7:40)

Total time 37:35

Line-up / Musicians

- Marc Hunter / lead vocals, saxaphone, percussion
- Ray Goodwin / lead guitar, vocals
- Ivan Thompson / keyboards
- Todd Hunter / bass, vocals
- Neil Storey / drums

Guest:
- "Josie" / background vocals

Releases information

Recorded at Stebbings Studio Auckland Dec '74
Engineer - Tony Moan
Produced by Rick Shadwell for Marmalade Productions
Cover design & artwork Super Graphics Ltd

Dragon thanks "Distillery" for Loan of Mellotron

LP Vertigo 6360 903 (1975, New Zealand)
LP Vertigo 6360 903 (1975, France)

CD TRC Records TRC 045 (1994, Germany)

Also released by Spanish record company Esterlla Rockera as a double CD (with the first album "Universal Radio") in 2005

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4 stars Dragon's second album already shows signs of their move towards a more mainstream, poppy sound - paradoxically, it also ramps up the prog even more compared to their first album, so that the best moments on this album are the high points of Dragon music. Even in their poppier moments - "Vermillio ... (read more)

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