9 thoughts on “ Broseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dream Couch - !ATTENTION! (2) - !ATTENTION! (Vinyl, Album) ”

  1. 2: When Good People Make Babies: 3: Have I Taken My Meds Today? 4: The Unwitting Bastard Sons of Tom Conners: 5: Broseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dream Couch: 6: Worn Out Words To Live By: 7: Forteen Digits Fifty Cents: 8: The Salt In My Bones: 9: Basements Part II: Writing Letters: Partners In What If: Fording Shallow Water: 13 5/5(2).
  2. Broseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dream Couch: Worn Out Words To Live By: Forteen Digits Fifty Cents: The Salt In My Bones: Basements Part II: Writing Letters: Partners In What If: Fording Shallow Water: Where The Tall Trees Grow In Shallow Water: All The Things I'll /5(5).
  3. Editors’ Notes The original Broadway production is fully realized with this recording. Its novel fusion of pop-rock and biblical storytelling brims with spiritual elation and ear-tickling twists, like how “Joseph’s Dreams”—which is dominated by narrator Laurie Beechman’s punchy presence—morphs into psychedelic Vaudeville, and the way “Those Canaan Days” eases into slinky.
  4. 2. When Good People Make Babies 3. Have I Taken My Meds Today? 4. The Unwitting Bastard Sons of Stompin Tom Connors 5. Broseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dream Couch 6. Worn Out Words to Live By 7. Forteen Digits Fifty Cents 8. The Salt in My Bones 9. Basements Part II Writing Letters Partners In What If Fording Shallow Water
  5. Various-Prog & Psych Rubble Volume Four - The 49 Minute Technicolour Dream UK vinyl LP1/5(1).
  6. Technicolour Dream Profile: Italian neo-psychedelic band from Rome, originally formed in the late 70's as Fosphorescent Cat (), around Marco Conti and Fabio Porretti reformed the band initially as Chokin Spires and finally Technicolour Dream.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The 49 Minute Technicolour Dream on Discogs.
  8. This review refers to Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (the studio album) This is the original "Joseph" studio album recorded in and released a year later. It's an album I grew up with (after being introduced to it in school) and, for me, it is the definitive version/5(88).
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