Silver Apples is the debut studio album by the American psychedelic band Silver Apples. It was released in 1968 by record label Kapp. Silver Apples was released in June 1968 by record label Kapp. It was the band's most successful original album, reaching 193 on the Billboard 200. The album was re-released in 1997 by MCA Records and was compiled with the band's second album, Contact.
Complete your Silver Apples collection. Reply See 2 replies Notify me 5 Helpful.
Silver Apples - Silver Apples (Full Album). UMG (от лица компании "Kapp Records"); The Royalty Network (Publishing), EMI Music Publishing, ARESA, BMG Rights Management" и другие авторские общества (3). Композиция.
Silver Apples - Silver Apples (1968). Songs in album Silver Apples - Silver Apples (1968).
Слушайте и скачивайте silver apples на Хотплеере в mp. Silver Apples - Concerto for Monkey and Oscillator 04:31. Silver Apples - Gypsy Love 05:32. Silver Apples - A Pox On You 05:48. Silver Apples - A Pox on You 05:31. Silver Apples - A Pox On You (1969) 05:08. Silver Apples - A Pox On You 04:12. Silver Apples - Anasazi Noodle 03:20. Silver Apples - Anasazi Noodle (969) 03:16. Silver Apples - Seagreen Serenades 02:52. Silver Apples - Seagreen Serenades (1968) 02:56. Silver Apples - Seagreen Serenades 02:50. Silver Apples - Seagreen Serenades 02:53. Silver Apples - Seagreen Serenades 02:57. Silver Apples - 2. Seagreen Serenades 02:55. Silver Apples - Fire Ant Noodle 03:44.
Silver Apples was released in June 1968 by record label Kapp. It was the most successful original album by the band, reaching 193 on the Billboard 200. Adam Bunch of Crawdaddy! wrote in 2007: "Silver Apples is a record that reached far ahead of its time. It's not surprising then, in a year when the airwaves were still dominated by Motown and The Beatles (whose experimentation was tame by comparison), that it failed to garner much of an audience
Sonically, Silver Apples were WAY out there. The only places you could trace this music to were the avant-garde composers in the vein of Karlheinz Stockhausen and Morton Subotnick (their name was actually thought to be a reference to Subotnik's Silver Apples Of The Moon, also released in 1968, although it's really a line from a poem), and the esoteric end of jazz (Sun Ra especially). The only rock band who'd done anything near to this before were The Beatles, on the previous year's Tomorrow Never Knows. Now that I'm beginning to have this album committed to memory, I'm spotting some of those samples on records I've had for years. Not just that, but some odd similarities, too - the tuned drums on "Dancing Gods" bear a suspicious resemblance to some of the drumming on Prince's "If I Was Your Girlfriend", though that might be my imagination working overtime.
The group's two '60s albums (Silver Apples and Contact) were previously combined as a two-fer a few years before this identical release, but as this is on a major label, it will find wider distribution. It also benefits from the addition of newly penned historical liner notes from Simeon and vintage photos of the band, along with a diagram of the Simeon (the instrument) and Danny Taylor's drum setup.