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Kensington Market - Aardvark album flac


Performer: Kensington Market
Genre: Rock
Title: Aardvark
Country: US
Released: 1969
Style: Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1641 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1641 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1566 mb
Rating: 4.3
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referencing Aardvark, LP, Album, WS 1780, 1780. although the musicianship is still quite professional, just not out-and-out jam chops)

Kensington Market - Aardvark (1969). Despite the promising second album, Kensington Market began to unravel in the spring of 1969. I think my problem with the Market was too much too soon too fast, says McKie. Creatively, things were starting to break down. There was no real creative direction. One of the problems we started having was, I was writing tunes that I think didn’t really fit the format of where we were headed. In a sense, the Market would have been really wise to just take a sabbatical at one point. But in pop music if you take a two-week sabbatical, you’re gone.

The Kensington Market were a Toronto band that recorded two albums in the late 60s off the Warner Brothers label. Their first album, Avenue Road appeared in 1968 and was greeted with great acclaim. Avenue Road was a modest effort that was noteworthy for a few reasons, it featured decent pop instincts and solid songwriting. In 1969 the band released their final lp titled Aardvark. After the release of this disc the band broke up a few months later, leaving behind a much stronger lp than their debut.

Artist: Kensington Market Title: Aardvark Year Of Release: 1969/2008 Label: Pacemaker Entertainment Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Folk Rock Quality: Flac (tracks,. Kensington Market was a Toronto-based rock band, active from 1967 to 1969. Named after a downtown Toronto neighbourhood, it was formed by singer/songwriter and guitarist Keith McKie (born November 20, 1947 in St Albans, England, immigrated to Canada in April 1953), formerly with The Vendettas, with guitarist and pianist Gene Martynec (born March 28, 1947 in Germany) from Bobby Kris & The Imperials.

com/Kensington Market. Kensington Market (band).

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In 1969, Kensington Market released their third and final LP, "Aardvark. This album is a weird and wonderful mini-masterpiece upon which much of Kensington Markets reputation rests. Kensington Market were produced by Felix Pappalardi of Mountain fame, who also produced the Cream.

Tracklist

Help Me 2:45
If It Is Love 2:42
I Know You 1:58
The Thinker 2:27
Half Closed Eyes 2:29
Said I Could Be Happy 2:21
Ciao 1:13
Ow-ing Man 2:35
Side I Am 3:17
Think About The Times 2:53
Have You Come To See 3:03
Cartoon 2:30
Dorian 6:46

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WS 1780, 1780 Kensington Market Aardvark ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records, Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records WS 1780, 1780 US 1969
WS 1780, 1780 Kensington Market Aardvark ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records, Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records WS 1780, 1780 Canada 1969
WS 1780, 1780 Kensington Market Aardvark ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records, Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records WS 1780, 1780 US 1969
WOU 780 Kensington Market Aardvark ‎(CD, Album, RE) Wounded Bird Records WOU 780 US 2008
PACE 054 Kensington Market Aardvark ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Pacemaker Entertainment Ltd. PACE 054 Canada 2008

Geny
This is such an incredible and underrated record. Can't believe it's not more widely know, especially in Canada.

Vizil
One of my favorites, and a definite lesser-known album. The group floats between lite psych and folk, before arriving at the closing number (a medium-psych number alternating between suspense-like verses and rave-up-style choruses and ending, approaching Cream in effect if not musicianship... although the musicianship is still quite professional, just not out-and-out jam chops). As the closing number on their first long-player, "Avenue Road", seemed to point the way to the second album, one can only wonder at what could have resulted, had a third album been recorded and released. A fave winter listen.

inetserfer
Some of the best drums on any 60s psych record.