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$150.00

Factree - Kaleidoscope b/w Something Called Love

Format: 45
Label: Sparton Records P 1695
Year: 1968
Origin: Port Colborne, Ontario
Genre: psych, garage
Keyword: 
Value of Original Title: $150.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Singles
Websites:  No
Playlist: 1960's, The Canadian Garage, Ontario, Canadian Rock

Tracks

Side 1

Track Name
Kaleidoscope

Side 2

Track Name
Something Called Love

Photos

Record release pg3

Factree

Pg6

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Pg7

Factree

Pg9

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Pg 11

Newspaper article

Pg

Factree

Pg2

Factree

Pg4

Factree

Pg10

Factree

Pg12

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Kaleidoscope b/w Something Called Love

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Information/Write-up

Chris Smith sent citizenfreak.com a CD consisting of 8 tracks and a collection of memorabilia by The Factree and the Tree:

Mike Weaver and Rick Gauthier wrote the other side of the Sparton 45, “Kaleidoscope” which may be the culmination of their heavy sound, from Chris’ dissonant opening riff to the psychedelic lyrics and trippy middle section. After a great sludgy solo, Rick’s bass slows to a final Hendrix-inspired lick enveloped in echo. More than any Canadian or U.S. music of the time, “Kaleidoscope” reminds me of the hard-driving rock being cut by English groups like Tomorrow and the Pretty Things.
-garagehangover

Rick Gauthier: bass
Chris Smith: guitars
Mike Weaver: drums

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