Original MONO reprocessed STEREO) Found this copy in a thrift shop, a hippie donated their collection, the best kind of find. never even heard of the band.
Get the Picture? is the second album by the English rock group The Pretty Things, released in 1965. Recording began on The Pretty Things' second album in around September 1965, just months after the release of their debut. It ended up being a haphazard affair thanks to a growing problem with drummer Viv Prince whose behaviour was becoming ever more erratic and reckless.
The Pretty Things is the self-titled 1965 release by the English rock band The Pretty Things, which features mostly R&B and rock and roll cover versions. A re-issue released in 2000 on CD featured every track from both the American and British versions of the album. The liner notes were written by Jimmy Duncan and Bryan Morrison. Phil May, lead vocals. Dick Taylor, lead guitar. Brian Pendleton, rhythm guitar, backing vocals. John Stax, bass guitar, harmonica, backing vocals.
Pretty Things (2001 film), a film directed by Gilles Paquet-Brenner and based on Virginie Despentes's 1998 novel Les Jolies Choses. Works by Liz Goldwyn about 20th century burlesque queens. Pretty Things: the Last Generation of American Burlesque Queens, a 2006 book by Liz Goldwyn. Pretty Things (2005 film), a 2005 documentary film by Liz Goldwyn. Resurrection (The Pretty Things album). Resurrection is a live album by the English rock band the Pretty Things. It is a complete performance of their 1968 rock opera . Sorrow, recorded thirty years later in Abbey Road Studios.
Album Name The Pretty Things. Erscheinungsdatum 12 März 1965. Musik GenrePsychedelic Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1. 2. Judgement Day. 3. 13 Chester Street.
Pretty Things is a legendary band that was founded in 1963 in England. In their early years they played like The Rolling Stones music that was based on black American genres like rock and roll rhythm & & blues.
Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Seminal British R&B band that never broke big, despite talent to spare and a notable psychedelic masterpiece in 1968's . Get the Picture? The Pretty Things. Come See Me: The Very . ee Full Discography.
Recording began on The Pretty Things' second album in around September 1965, just months after the release of their debut, it ended up being a haphazard affair thanks to a growing problem with drummer Viv Prince whose behaviour was becoming more erratic and reckless. With Prince being unreliable, the band had help in the form of producer Bobby Graham, a renowned drummer in his own right, playing on several tracks. An EP entitled "The Pretty Things on Film" consisting of the songs featured was released by Fontana; the film failed to get much exposure. It was shown in one cinema in London for a couple of weeks, but ended up unseen until Snapper included it as a multimedia bonus on their CD reissue of Get The Picture?
I’m trying to make a film and a record that’s really about the connection of people - the amazing things that happen between people on the same frequency. It will be an episodic thing that makes a full piece. Every song has an episode. The upcoming album has yet to be named, but Derek Smith, AKA Pretty Lights, says the work will tie into the happenings at each date of his Episodic Music Festival. Considering his last album was A Color Map Of The Sun, released in 2013, this is pretty huge news. Fans will also be stoked to know that their attendance and energy at each show will have an impact.
Credits:Phil May - Bass, Guitar, Vocals
The Pretty Things - Primary Artist