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Type: 10.5" reel, 1/4" tape, Label: [[Amory Kane]]'s LSD Description: Note in box
DD031 – LSD Opens with 500Hz tone OdB Label from Chappell Recording Studios Client: Double-R Subject: Split Track Copies fror Programming, Amory Kane 15 IPR, four track master Engineer “ J Timperley, date 3/1/67 LSD Trk 1 = Backing Trk 2 = Strings “ “ “ Indian Music = Strings Miss D. Derbyshire, Electronic Workshop, 10, Clifton Road London, W9 3rd jan, 1968. Dear Miss Derbyshire, I am sending to you the split track tape, as agreed with Steve, of Amory Kane’s “LSD”. Yours sincerely, Sandee Sandee Thong PA to Steve Rowland. /st. Double-R Productions LTD 23 Old Burlington Street London, W1 Tel 01-734.9942/4 Telegrams and Cables: Nymph London W1 Directors: R.M. Oppenheimer, ACA Steve Rowland (USA) American comedy song about LSD At 4:20, the right channel enters with Indian instruments. 6:20 songs ends 6:35 – stereo version, begins with acid taking, with vocals spread out Sitar this time in left channel, and vocal moves to right.
CDD/1/8/14 Amory Kane: LSD Split-track copy of psychedelic song FORMER REFERENCE: DD031 DATE: 1967 MEDIUM: 10.5" reel, ¼" tape DURATION: 00:08:43 LABELS: [Chappell Recording Studios label] NOTES: Chappell Recording Studios label on tape box detailing contents, with the subject line “Split-Track. Copies for Programming”. Dated 03/01/67. Associated letter in box.