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The Travel Agency - The Travel Agency (1968/2012)

24-01-2016, 15:58
Pop | Oldies | Rock | FLAC / APE

Title: The Travel Agency
Year Of Release: 2012 (1968)
Label: Kismet [KISCD4028]
Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Power Pop, Pop Rock
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+.log,scans)
Total Time: 55:09
Total Size: 371 MB

Review by Richard Foss, AMG:
It's somewhat odd that the members of Travel Agency – whoever they were – didn't put their names anywhere on this album. It is known that the band included Frank Davis, who is perhaps best remembered for writing "Grand Candy Young Sweet" for Fever Tree. The Travel Agency played a pedestrian but occasionally appealing mishmash of pop, blues, and psychedelia, with fairly decent vocals and a few unusually sophisticated arrangements. Among the latter is the opening instrumental "What's a Man," which sounds like it might be the soundtrack to a short suspense or horror film…


01. What's A Man 05:02
02. Sorry You Were Born 03:06
03. Cadillac George 04:39
04. Lonely Seabird 03:19
05. So Much Love 02:59
06. Make Love 02:24
07. That's Good 06:58
08. YouTube: EhOATv7Q__4 02:14
09. She Understands 03:16
10. Come To Me 03:13
11. You Will Be There 02:16
12. Old Man 02:11

Bonus Tracks:
13. Time 02:35
14. Made For You 02:09
15. Emit 02:34
16. What's A Man 03:08
17. She Understands 03:07

Steve Haehl - Guitar, Vocals
Michael S. Aydelotte aka Michael Sage - Bass
Francisco (Frank) Lupica - Drums

The Travel Agency - The Travel Agency (1968/2012)

The Travel Agency - The Travel Agency (1968/2012)

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