Head For The Sun - Various - A Glass Menagerie (Pop, Psych, Pye Collectables 1967-1969) (CD) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac
The energy of the band is incredible, the rhythm guitar attack is razor sharp, and Dave Kearney's lead guitar break is simply amazing. Such is it's Psych in fact that it was often rumoured to be Jimmy Page just like every other 60s single with notable lead guitar action but Psych is definitely not the case.
The single was recorded at Eamonn Andrews Studios in Henry St in Dublin where Jimmy Page never recorded, incidentally and the whole session reputedly took less than 90 minutes. Plans to issue it on Chess in the USA fell through. The Movement moved to Transatlantic's singles label Big T for their second single.
Both sides were written by Brush Shiels of Skid Row. In fact, Psych, they are his first ever songs to make it to vinyl. The A-side is a dense mix of driving beat and strong fuzz guitar and feedback but this is interrupted by a couple of jarring piano breaks. This was a really bad arrangement decision, as the single had all the makings of a heavy psych classic! Its still well worth tracking down for the superb fuzz guitar. The vocals on this single sound different to the debut and it may be that John Farrell had been replaced by the time it was recorded.
This new singer may be Eddie Creighton, but this is unconfirmed. Scott Mulvey joined the band at some point too before joining The Gentry. Also, though maybe inadvertently, The Glass Menagerie actually parallels the people and events in Tennessee Willliams's life. The setting in. Such is the case with the Wingfield household in Tennessee Williams' play The Glass Menagerie, which illustrates an American family's vain attempt at achieving the "American Dream".
Through the portrayal of the deteriorating mental conditions of the Wingfields, Williams reveals the destructive psychological consequences of failing to meet societal standards of success. Amanda Wingfield's unconscious denial. Fantasy and Imagination in The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams Pye Collectables 1967-1969) (CD) Glass Menagerie: Wingfields are alike in terms of their imagination Every character exists in their own little world in which they indulge themselves in whether it is real or just a fantasy.
In The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, everyone in the play allows for their imagination to run wild. The contrast is shocking when they withdraw Psych there because the differences in their appearance, personality and behavior transform drastically.
Tom supports his family despite his unhappiness with his lifestyle. He tries to please his mother, Amanda by being the sole supporter of the family, but only gets rewarded by Amanda's constant nagging and distrust. Although it is only referred to a couple of times, the portrait of Tom's father is one of the most important symbols representing Tom. In the play, the portrait is a constant reminder to Amanda of the past she once knew and cherished.
A long time ago, Amanda's husband abandoned her and her children because of his unhappy home life. Tom, like his father, felt that his home life was suppressing his true desires for adventure. It became unbearable for Tom to enjoy himself with Amanda's nagging. Tom regularly spoke of his desire for adventure. He felt that instead of wasting his life away inside the house, he could experience something more exciting.
Eventually, Tom makes a fanatical choice. Instead of paying for the electric bill, he decides to pay dues to the Union of Merchant Seamen. That organization was his savor from suffocation and a ticket to the life of adventure. Malvoli the Magician was an act that Tom would often see when he went to the movies every night.
His coffin trick is a symbol of Tom's suffocating life. Both Malvoli and Tom face life-threatening situations. In the trick, Malvoli faces death by suffocation if he does not successfully escape the coffin. Tom faces death by emotional and spiritual suffocation if he does not find away out of the house.
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