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9 thoughts on “ Lay It Down - The Fool - The Fool (CD, Album)

  1. The Fool () is an obscure piece of music history centering around a quartet of Dutch multimedia artists, Simon Posthuma, Marijke Posthuma, Josje Leeger, and Barry unofalmysotperptatetavithymisp.coinfo earliest clientele included model Patti Boyd (aka "Layla"), whose psychedelic gear caught the eye of Daily Mirror fashion editor Felicity Green.
  2. I'm not surprised that this band never recorded another album because I really can't find much positive to say about this even if I try. I don't even like the cover art that much. The Fool's lone S/T studio record is one of the most annoying psychedelic albums I've listened to. Not total garbage but pretty uninspired psych folk all the way through.
  3. The Fool were a quartet consisting of Seemon Poshima (aka Simon Posthuma, the father of Douwe Bob), Marijke Koger, Josje Leeger and Barry unofalmysotperptatetavithymisp.coinfo are celebrating the 50 th Anniversary of the original album, The Fool. The Expanded Edition contains the ten original songs and includes bonus tracks "We Are One" and "Shining Light".
  4. There’s supposed to be a last photograph of him on the only record album ever put out by The Fool, an English rock group—seven musicians posed, in the arrogant style of the early Stones, near an old rocket-bomb site, out in the East End, or South of the River. “Lay It Down”.
  5. “The Fool” is an album that is very much of its time. I am certain my 14 year old self would have loved it (and I knew of it at that time) and my 59 year old self thinks it is very enjoyable although I am not exactly sure why Robin Williamson & Mike Heron did not sue because most of the album is a dead ringer for the work of The Incredible.
  6. Jan 28,  · I was such a fool to keep on chasing after nothing great You were such a fool to keep pretending that you’re loving me Look in the mirror, I love that boy, don’t hurt my dear, don’t hurt my joy.
  7. Apr 17,  · Beau talks about RATT's hit single, "Lay It Down," taken from the band's sophomore multi-platinum album, 'Invasion of Your Privacy.' This excerpt was taken f.
  8. The Fool is an album with some of the same English folk elements – including bagpipes! – but it is not a folk music album. So what is it? Good question. In an odd way it reminds me of George Harrison’s very under-appreciated Wonderwall Music: both are early precursors of “World music.” But The Fool is .

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