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I recommend to
start with the HLFP-Samplers (especially HLFP 04).
Here you will come to know many of the bands/musicians featured in this blog. If you like what you hear, you may check out more of their music later on.
(You may also click on the picture on the sidebar and you will find the original post with download links.)

There is also a "FOCUS ON..." section. Here you will find albums that imo are absolutely great (***** = "five-stars-recordings") and that are essential listening and strongly recommended for download.

I TRY to RE-UP some stuff that has been down from time to

time, but I still don't have enough time to

listen to/post much new stuff.


IMPRESSUM: see here!

Monday, February 18, 2008

Light Seems Dark - Psychedelic Virgin (GER. 1999)

  • This is a fine piece of organ dominated psychedelic rock by two guys in the Rhein-Main-Area, Germany, in 1999. I had the pleasure to do the engineering and mixing work (this time a REAL homemade recording on 4-track analog) and I have to say, that I still like this songs very much. In that time those two were still very young and I think considering their age, they did quite an impressive job. Especially when you think of the primitive recording situation. Most tracks were recorded live with only very little overdubs...

  • The music is quite pleasant, relaxing – just one long flow, very much in the style of Pink Floyd in their Atom Heart Mother / Meddle period, but completely without lead guitar (as I said before: the keyboards is very up front). So if you like early PF and keyboard, this may be for you.

  • LIGHT SEEMS DARK recorded only one more thing, the soundtrack of some trashy no budget movie, called "Affekt" in the same year and then quitt to pursue other musical aims. (If you wish I can post that soundtrack as well.)

  • Enjoy!

LIGHT SEEMS DARK - Psychedelic Virgin
(1999, 4 track demo)
(mp3 zip, 4 tracks, 49 min, 68,8 MB, cover included)
1. Between The Clouds (4.51)
2. Mind In Cage (6.51)
3. Callings From The Distance (7.48)
4. Psychedelic Virgin (28.58)

New links October 2012:
Get it here


We're Late For Class said...


Like what you're doing. Thought we'd share our stuff with you, too.

We are WE’RE LATE FOR CLASS, an independent improv band that gives away our music. We’ve just released our 20th post, A Collection, and it features our best work from the last year.

Here’s a link to get all of the codes for the cool animated cover and full album MP3 player, should you like to post them for your readers...


And you can see how all this looks on our own blog...

Of course... there’s nothing in this for you, except a “thanks.” We will, of course, be thrilled to include you in our blog’s link list, “Bloggers Kind Enough To Promote Us Even Though There's Zilch In It For Them.” And, we’ll even love you for it, too. Even if you don’t want to make the space, a link would be most welcomed (and drop us a comment so we can reciprocate). Should you need anything else, just let us know.

We’re Late For Class is all improv and pro-herb, so an altered state of mind is highly recommend for optimum listening pleasure. You never know... you might even like us. We can be reached at werelateforclass@hotmail.com.

All the best...

Anonymous said...

freaking amazing, the opening track should be on everybody's playlist its that great!

Anonymous said...

great music :-}
I've just listened it on the web radio krautrock-world
unfortunately this album isn't available, and thanks to google I found this web page.
Thanks to the additional infos about the recording

mike-floyd said...

Thanks anon, you're very welcome!

Anonymous said...

thank you man! i love song psychedelic virgin! i see her to kraut rock radio - and i search to here

mike-floyd said...

Thanks for commenting, спасибо большое!!
You're welcome.


Anonymous said...

myke, Where did this light seems dark? what happened to them now? do you know anything about them? I want something (on the hour) directly from LSD))

mike-floyd said...

Hi Anon,

if you want to contact Light Seems Dark you may send an email to my address (mike-floyd et gmx.de) or you may leave your e mail address here, and I'll forward your message to them.