180 Gram Vinyl Record
180-gram vinyl limited to 1,000 copies!
Mastered from the original analog tapes
The Love Exchange's self-titled 1968 album is a one-off gem of psychedelic sunshine. Both adventurous and appealingly innocent, the Love Exchange's eponymous 1968 album boasts a swirling, jangly sound and a distinctive lead singer in 16-year-old Bonnie Blunt — the Los Angeles quintet burned briefly but brightly. They remained together together long enough to make this album, which remains a favorite of ‘60s aficionados.
Led by the buoyant, infectious psych-folk-pop single "Swallow the Sun," The Love Exchange perfectly captures the open-minded, open-hearted spirit of its era. Such tunes as "Flying High," "Meadow Memory," "Saturday Night Flight 505" and a take on Allen Toussaint's classic "Get Out of My Life Woman" are distinguished by the band's male/female vocal blend, by Walt Flannery's now-sound organ work and by the interplay of guitarists Dan Altchuler and Fred Barnett. It's music that plays like the perfect soundtrack for a Griffith Park Love-In.
Pressed on 180-gram vinyl, mastered from the original analog tapes and featuring complete original cover art, this Sundazed edition is limited to only 1,000 copies!
|Get Out of my Life, Woman|
|Swallow the Sun|
|Saturday Night Flight 505|
|Give Up on Love|
|Ballad of a Sad Man|
|Nothing At All|
|Mrs. Ansel Griffith|