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Bloomsbury People

by Bloomsbury People

Psychodelic Rock. The roots of the Progressive Rock Movement. This album originally recoreded in 1970.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Birdsong
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2. Witch Helen
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3. Have You Seen Them Cry
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4. Lake Of Sand
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5. State Of Confusion
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6. Golden Lion
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7. Pioneer Saint of Death
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8. The Resurrection
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9. Demian
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10. So It Seems
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11. Suite: Classical #1
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12. Gingerbread Man
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13. Madeline
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14. Saga of the Red Sea
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Announcing the re-issue of "The Bloomsbury People", Sigmund Snopek's first album now available on CD. Originally released on MGM in 1970, the record showcases the band's driving beat and versatile sound.

The Bloomsbury People was an important band in the late 1960's psychedelic/progressive music movement, playing to over 500,000 people at the Atlanta Pop Festival alongside Jimi Hendrix and other 60's icons. Now, after 30 years, this cult classic is available on Compact Disc. The CD includes three bonus tracks - "Gingerbread Man", "Madeline" and "Saga of the Red Sea" - never previously released to the general public. All the songs have been digitally re-mastered to the highest quality available.

This seminal album is a must for anyone's Snopek collection, and for fans of the best on 1960's vintage, progressive rock. For more information or to see Sigmund's later works please go to SigmundSnopek.com


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John

The Bloomsbury people
I haven't bought the CD yet as I just remembered the allbum for some reason while driving to work this morning. I really enjoyed it when it first came out and since I am from Waukesha Wisconsin and knew Snopek. I googled and found that the music is now attainable again on CD. I still have the album but don't like playing them much anymore to preserve the tracks.

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Very neet cd. Takes you back to the best of the 70's
Takes you back to the best of the 70's. Keep up the good work!

Lynn Czech

Bloomsbury People
I bought this album back in the 70's and loved it. Saw that the CD was available and ordered it immediately. Popped it in the CD player the minute I got it and was instantly transported back to the 70s. Thank you so much! It sounds EXACTLY like the album and I was very, very happy with my purchase.

The Things!

Where have you been?
This is a really good LP. I'm sorry I didn't know about it sooner. It is completely unique and original, with excellent musicianship. If I absolutely had to compare it to something, I'd say it has some similarities to Spirit's first 3 albums. Some of the songs seem as though they could fit right in with 66-67 psychedelia, while others just can't be categorized. It's a real shame that bands these days cannot come up with anything close to the quality of this disc.