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  • Sep 29,  · High Tide (2) Sea Shanties ‎ (LP, Album) Liberty: LBS 83 I: Germany: Sell This Version/5().
  • Nov 14,  · Well done, High Tide, and well done on this bonkers prog-fest closer, a song that really ends things with a nice summation of what High Tide are all about, which was a whole lot of weird, wild, enjoyable fun, the band percent in possession of their own personality, and in possession of more than a few excellent proto-metal riffs too, making.
  • Sea Shanties booklet and rear insert. There is no mention anywhere on either the booklet or rear insert that the album High Tide is even included in this set (possibly had a hype sticker on new copies?)-it does have the "2 CD" notification at the top left corner of the face of the jewel case.
  • With the Misunderstood, Tony Hill co-wrote epochal psych-rock anthems like "Children of the Sun"; however, while High Tide's sound has roots in the peace-and-love era, the band was also in tune with the post-psychedelic comedown at the decade's darker end. On Sea Shanties, there's nothing fey and flowery in Hill's bleak lyrics or his doomy Jim Morrison-like delivery, and psychedelia's melodic 8/
  • Mar 30,  · Sea Shanties was High Tide's first album and it came out in The line-up consisted of Tony Hill on guitar and vocals, Peter Pavli on bass, Roger Hadden on drums, and last but not least and possibly most, Simon House on violin (and possibly keyboards). Simon House would later join Hawkwind in for their album Hall Of The Mountain Grill/5(33).

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