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Sandy Salisbury was part of '60s psych-pop group the Millennium, a band spearheaded by sunshine pop wunderkind Curt Boettcher (famed for his work with the Association). In 2000, England's Poptones label took it upon themselves to release solo material by Boettcher, Salisbury, and Millennium mate Joey Stec (as well as some previously unheard Millennium material). SANDY, recorded 1967-'69, didn't see the light of day until this 21st-Century CD issue, and it arrives like a glorious time capsule full of sonic flower-power richness. The personnel here is much the same as on the Boettcher disc, including other Millennium members, and the basic Beach Boys-ish pop aesthetic is similar (Salisbury tackles the Brian/Carl Wilson-penned "On and On She Goes"). There's also a distinct touch of country to a couple of tunes: "The Hills of Montreal" could be a lost Burrito Bros. track, and Red Rhodes adds homey pedal steel to the opening "I Just Don't Know How to Say Goodbye." Despite the fact that Boettcher's the producer, there's less psychedelia and more straightforward pop on SANDY, consistently melodic and expertly arranged and performed. Mojo (Publisher) (12/00, p.125) - "...A delightful pop-pourri of style, covering Sunshine Pop, country and rock....An undiscovered pearl."
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Record Collector (magazine) (p.94) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Sandy Salisbury's sunshine pop credentials are immaculate, with spells of duty in the pealing harmony hallows of 'Sagittarius' and 'The Millennium'..."
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|CD Universe Part number||8442832|
|Release Date||May 03, 2011|
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