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Parachute by The Pretty Things

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Parachute

The Pretty Things

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Label: Snapper Classics
It is almost impossible to listen to Parachute and not draw comparisons to The White Album and Abbey Road as it came on the heels of those albums and also exhibits similar vocal harmonies and connected songlets. The main difference is that the way "She Was Tall, She Was High" explodes in your ears and the phenomenon of "Sickle Clowns," "She's A Lover" and "What's the Use" forming 11 minutes of total sonic nirvana are not things everyone has heard a million times over. For newcomers, this 1970 masterpiece will be nothing short of a revelation.

About This Album

It is almost impossible to listen to Parachute and not draw comparisons to The White Album and Abbey Road as it came on the heels of those albums and also exhibits similar vocal harmonies and connected songlets. The main difference is that the way "She Was Tall, She Was High" explodes in your ears and the phenomenon of "Sickle Clowns," "She's A Lover" and "What's the Use" forming 11 minutes of total sonic nirvana are not things everyone has heard a million times over. For newcomers, this 1970 masterpiece will be nothing short of a revelation.

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About This Album

It is almost impossible to listen to Parachute and not draw comparisons to The White Album and Abbey Road as it came on the heels of those albums and also exhibits similar vocal harmonies and connected songlets. The main difference is that the way "She Was Tall, She Was High" explodes in your ears and the phenomenon of "Sickle Clowns," "She's A Lover" and "What's the Use" forming 11 minutes of total sonic nirvana are not things everyone has heard a million times over. For newcomers, this 1970 masterpiece will be nothing short of a revelation.