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13 Feb 2017

Anno Domini “On This New Day"1971 excellent Irish Progressive/Folk Rock with Tiger Taylor (ex Eire Apparent)














Anno Domini “On This New Day"1971 mega rare & excellent Irish  Progressive/Folk Rock
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Limited vinyl release of a 1971 album from the band formed by Tiger Taylor (ex Eire Apparent).

This mildly folk/psych-flavoured album is incredibly hard to find in its original form: therefore, this vinyl reissue is a must for fans of melodic acoustic rock. Features a great version of Roger McGuinn's "So You Want To Be A Rock 'n' Roll Star" with some decent fuzz guitar work...............

Rare UK psych folk, originally released in 1971. This album makes one think, how the BYRDS would have sounded if they came from the UK. It contains mostly original songs, combining melodic folk and great voices. .........

Vinyl reissue of rare and sought-after UK psych-folk album from 1971. Formed in Ireland by Tiger Taylor (Ex Eire Apparent), their album makes one think of what the Byrds would have sounded had they been British. Mostly original songs, although they do a brilliant cover of "So you want to be a rock'n'roll star", the record combines melodic folk tunes with other guitar-drenched rockers; great voices and delicious original songs. If you like the Byrds but are a fan of British psychedelia, this is for you. Limited edition of 500 copies with original artwork........

Rare and sought-after UK Psych-folk album from 1971. Formed in Ireland by Tiger Taylor (Ex Eire Apparent), their album makes one think of what the Byrds would have sounded had they been British. Mostly original songs, although they do a brilliant cover of "So you want to be a Rock'n'Roll star", the record combines melodic folk tunes with other guitar-drenched rockers; great voices and delicious original songs. If you like the Byrds but are a fan of British psychedelia, this is for you.Limited edition of 500 copies with original artwork.....

Incredibly hard-to-find, this highly coveted Holy Grail and folk-rock-psych masterpiece (a guaranteed original UK first issue/pressing) features sizzling riffs from former Eire Apparent lead guitarist Tiger Taylor, some stunning fuzz and dual lead guitar work throughout, and multiple highlights .....including a superb version of The Byrds' "Rock 'n Roll Star".
The album combines melodic folk tunes with guitar-drenched rockers, great vocal harmonies, 3 stunning covers and 7 delicious original songs.

Recorded late in 1970, the band's only LP was initially released only in the UK in April of 1971, but with little fanfare, no singles (in the UK) to promote the album and miniscule sales back home, the band did manage to stir up a little interest in Germany (following some local touring there)....leading to the release of the much-more common German version of the LP later that same year (Polydor 2310 096, which featured completely different cover artwork).
Clearly influenced by The Byrds, the album begins with some absolutely killer dual-guitars on the McGuinn-Hillman classic "So You Want To Be A Rock'n'Roll Star" that, arguably, even manages to outshine the guitar work of McGuinn's original version. "Bad Lands Of Ardguth" is full of ringing guitars, .....there are more awesome dual lead guitars on Cocker's "Hitchcock Railway", ....then there's a heavy rockin' version of Dion's little-known "Daddy Rowlin" .....and the album boasts several great melodic folky Mercer-Scott originals like "The Trapper", "June Tremayne" and "The Good Life I Have Known"..............

Tracklist
1 So You Want To Be A Rock 'N Roll Star
2 On This New Day
3 Bad Lands Of Ardguth
4 Regency Days
5 Hitchcock Railway
6 This Good Life I Have Known
7 The Trapper
8 Daddy Rowlin
9 Five O'Clock In The Morning
10 June Tremayne

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