Mixing fuzzed-out hard-rock with tinges of psychedelia, Majic Ship’s only album from 1970 is a classic from the US private press / psych scene. Raw fuzz guitars, organ, and soulful-melodic vocals on nine original tracks plus their homage to Neil Young / Stephen Stills on the11 minutes cover of “Down by the river” / “For what it’s worth”.
With original copies changing hands for hundreds of dollars, here’s s legit straight vinyl reissue, featuring new remastered sound and insert with detailed liner notes.
*Original artwork in hard cardboard sleeve + OBI
*Insert with liner notes
“Surging full steam ahead with hard rocking psychedelic sounds, “Majic Ship” is further enriched by firm musicianship and competent songwriting” – Beverly Paterson (It’s Psychedelic Baby)
Side 1: 1. Sioux City Blues – 2. Wednesday Morning Dew – 3. Life’s Lonely Road – 4. We Gotta Live On – 5. Where Are We Going – 6. Free
Side 2: 1. Down By The River / For What It’s Worth – 2. Nightmare – 3. Too Much – 4. Cosmo’s Theme