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Grassfire - Aunt Morley's Wheatcakes / Smell Of Incense FLAC album


Performer: Grassfire
Genre: Rock
Title: Aunt Morley's Wheatcakes / Smell Of Incense
Released: 1968
Style: Psychedelic Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1421 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1541 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1112 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 158
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Listen to music from Grassfire like Aunt Morely's Wheatcakes, Aunt Morley's Wheatcakes & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Grassfire. Grassfire is a bluegrass band from the town of Bark River in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Members are Al Stenberg (lead vocals, guitar), Tom Caron (bass, backup vocals), Bruce Irving (banjo, backup vocals) and Marvin Anderson (mandolin, fiddle, backup vocals).

GRASSFIRE - 'Smell Of Incense', 'Aunt Morley's Wheatcakes' (Steamboat) 1969. I don't know anything about Grassfire that I can say with accuracy. However, the u-spaces group compiled 'Aunt Morley's Wheatcakes' on Psychedelic Arch Volume 7 and they claimed that the disc had a 1970 release and that Grassfire were from Superior, Wisconsin. Smell Of Incense' is an even slower take than the original by West Coast Pop.

Religious use of incense has its origins in antiquity. The burned incense may be intended as a symbolic or sacrificial offering to various deities or spirits, or to serve as an aid in prayer

Perhaps it’s best to consider all of the albums by Smell Of incense in one sitting, as their styles weave and lace through and back into each other. If forced to make comparisons, I would say that my first impressions drift toward Caravan and their stupendous album In The Land of Grey and Pink, along with the early sensibilities of the music laid down by Syd Barrett and Pink Floyd, along with a much more psyched out Renaissance.

It has the tracks Smell of Incense and Aunt Morley’s Wheatcakes and is from the label Steamboat. We’re trying to get it as a gift for one of the band members so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for the heads up Greg. I scoured the Vinyl Cave and picked up the last copy. The band sounds good, sort of prog-rock. Sorry Steve, not the same Grassfire.

Smell of Incense" is a song by the American psychedelic rock band the West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, written by Ron Morgan and Bob Markley, and was released as a single on Reprise Records in 1968 (see 1968 in music). An extended version of the song appeared on the group's third album, Vol. 2 (Breaking Through), which was distributed prior to the single

Smell Of Incense Lyrics. The smell of flowers, the smell of grace If I could only find such a wonderful place The place not known before you die A paradise above the skies. The smell of incense takes me high Way up high where eagles fly. If I close my eyes I see it clear The visions are whispering in my ears The smell of pain, the smell of death The odour that is my last breath. More on Genius. Smell Of Incense" Track Info.

Here’s the poem "Smells" by Christopher Morley with an mp3 recording. Why is it that the poets tell So little of the sense of smell? These are the odors I love well: The smell of coffee freshly ground; Or rich plum pudding, holly crowned; Or onions fried and deeply browned. The fragrance of a fumy pipe; The smell of apples, newly ripe; And printers’ ink on leaden type. Woods by moonlight in September Breathe most sweet; and I remember Many a smoky camp-fire ember

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Aunt Morley's Wheatcakes
Composed By – B. Forseth, J. Edwards
B Smell Of Incense
Composed By – Markley, Morgan