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9 thoughts on “ Still Got My Guitar - Dragonfly (9) - The Edge Of The World (CD, Album)

  1. A favorite among some collectors of rare late-'60s/early-'70s psychedelic albums, Dragonfly's self-titled LP is a not-so-finely balanced mixture of the sort of overwrought bluesy hard rock by bands of the period like Iron Butterfly with the poppier, more power chord-driven hard rock of the late-'60s rotmimonisgaki.tikedevwindcambigingslecreauponeli.infoinfo it might be predictable for a critic to prefer the Who influences to the more generic.
  2. Find Dragonfly discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.
  3. Trained as an acoustic guitar-maker I have also built electric instruments, banjos, harps and various other stringed instruments. I also repair both guitar and violin family instruments. I am a professional guitarist performing, touring and recording with my band The Rakish Angles as well as with other projects.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Edge Of The World on Discogs.5/5(1).
  5. Dragonfly Lyrics: Dragonfly in a tidal wave -- (Dragonfly in a tidal wave --) / Isles have come undone. (Isles have come undone.) / Still the coastline's a mile away, (Still the coastline's a mile.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Red Dragonfly: World Music on Guitar - Shinobu Sato on AllMusic -
  7. Jan 28,  · "Dragonfly's" self titled LP on the short lived Megaphone label, was the only release this group managed to produce before disappearing back into obscurity forever. The music on this record is definitely one of the better examples of a really good, super heavy psych sounding, guitar driven, hard rock, bangers from that era/5(34).
  8. Jun 02,  · Artist: Edguy Song: Dragonfly Album: Tinnitus Sanctus Genre: Power Metal Track # 6.
  9. Their later cd's sounded weighed down, lethargic. Whoever produced this last album got it right. The sound is a still somewhat dark (which I like) but its done with a lighter touch. All the songs are great. Standouts include: Lifelines - a beautiful grand sweeping song with Anneli Dreker singing harmony with Morten. They sound really good together/5().

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