Young Ones Records

The magic of Blossom Toes' whimsical third single, "Postcard," is revitalized in this limited edition 7" reissue. With fresh new art by Piper Gates Design and remastering by Prof. Stoned, this popsike masterpiece has simply never sounded better. Released during their pivotal 1968 transition and the golden age of psychedelia, this single bridges the vibrant sound of "We Are Ever So Clean" with the groundbreaking hard rock intensity of "If Only For A Moment." Featuring then-newcomer Poli Palmer (later of Family), who not only graced the drums but also penned and sang the jazzy B-side track "Everybody's Leaving Me Now." It's reminiscent of the contemporary sounds of Giles, Giles & Fripp-who would later evolve into the legendary King Crimson.
The magic of Blossom Toes' whimsical third single, "Postcard," is revitalized in this limited edition 7" reissue. With fresh new art by Piper Gates Design and remastering by Prof. Stoned, this popsike masterpiece has simply never sounded better. Released during their pivotal 1968 transition and the golden age of psychedelia, this single bridges the vibrant sound of "We Are Ever So Clean" with the groundbreaking hard rock intensity of "If Only For A Moment." Featuring then-newcomer Poli Palmer (later of Family), who not only graced the drums but also penned and sang the jazzy B-side track "Everybody's Leaving Me Now." It's reminiscent of the contemporary sounds of Giles, Giles & Fripp-who would later evolve into the legendary King Crimson.
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Postcard [Indie Exclusive] (Blk) [Limited Edition] [Indie Exclusive]
Artist: Blossom Toes
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $14.98
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DISC: 1

1. Postcard
2. Everybody's Leaving Me Now

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The magic of Blossom Toes' whimsical third single, "Postcard," is revitalized in this limited edition 7" reissue. With fresh new art by Piper Gates Design and remastering by Prof. Stoned, this popsike masterpiece has simply never sounded better. Released during their pivotal 1968 transition and the golden age of psychedelia, this single bridges the vibrant sound of "We Are Ever So Clean" with the groundbreaking hard rock intensity of "If Only For A Moment." Featuring then-newcomer Poli Palmer (later of Family), who not only graced the drums but also penned and sang the jazzy B-side track "Everybody's Leaving Me Now." It's reminiscent of the contemporary sounds of Giles, Giles & Fripp-who would later evolve into the legendary King Crimson.
        
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