Swipe

The Groove Nashville

Vinyl LP pressing. Reissue, originally released in October 1967 by Philips Records. H. P. Lovecraft is the eponymous debut album by the American psychedelic rock band H. P. Lovecraft. The album blended psychedelic and folk rock influences and was marked by the haunting, eerie ambiance of the band's music, which itself was often inspired by the literary works of horror writer H. P. Lovecraft, after whom the band had named themselves. This is possibly one of the best second-division psychedelic albums, that shows the immediately identifiable Edwards-Michaels vocal tandem at it's best. With deft touches of folk, jazz, and sultry horn arrangements the album was a cult behind his own generation.
Vinyl LP pressing. Reissue, originally released in October 1967 by Philips Records. H. P. Lovecraft is the eponymous debut album by the American psychedelic rock band H. P. Lovecraft. The album blended psychedelic and folk rock influences and was marked by the haunting, eerie ambiance of the band's music, which itself was often inspired by the literary works of horror writer H. P. Lovecraft, after whom the band had named themselves. This is possibly one of the best second-division psychedelic albums, that shows the immediately identifiable Edwards-Michaels vocal tandem at it's best. With deft touches of folk, jazz, and sultry horn arrangements the album was a cult behind his own generation.
781930069519

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: COSMIC ROCK
Rel. Date: 07/29/2022
UPC: 781930069519

H.P. Lovecraft
Artist: H.P. Lovecraft
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
Wish

Formats and Editions

More Info:

Vinyl LP pressing. Reissue, originally released in October 1967 by Philips Records. H. P. Lovecraft is the eponymous debut album by the American psychedelic rock band H. P. Lovecraft. The album blended psychedelic and folk rock influences and was marked by the haunting, eerie ambiance of the band's music, which itself was often inspired by the literary works of horror writer H. P. Lovecraft, after whom the band had named themselves. This is possibly one of the best second-division psychedelic albums, that shows the immediately identifiable Edwards-Michaels vocal tandem at it's best. With deft touches of folk, jazz, and sultry horn arrangements the album was a cult behind his own generation.
back to top