- Title:The Circle and the Blue Door
- Style:Neo-Psychedelia,Stoner Metal,Heavy Metal,Alternative/Indie Rock
- Date of release:April 29, 2013
- Recording location:Rosie's Bedroom, London
- Size FLAC version1953 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1897 megabytes
- Size WMA version1340 megabytes
- Formats:APE MIDI VOC ADX WMA AAC
ARTIST: Purson ALBUM: The Circle and the Blue Door RELEASE DATE: 04/30/2013. 01. Wake Up Sleepy Head 02. The Contract 03. Spiderwood Farm 04. Sailor’s Wife’s Lament 05. Leaning on a Bear 06. Tempest and the Tide 07. Mavericks and Mystics 08. Well Spoiled Machine 09. Sapphire Ward 10. Rocking Horse 11. Tragic Catastrophe. The Circle and the Blue Door 0. 0.
Band Name Purson (UK). Album Name The Circle and the Blue Door. 版公司 Metal Blade Records Rise Above Records. 4. Sailor's Wife's Lament. 5. Leaning on a Bear. 6. Tempest and the Tide. 7. Mavericks and Mystics. 8. Well Spoiled Machine. 11. Other productions from Purson (UK). Desire's Magic Theatre.
Published by Universal/PGM ltd. Recorded in London at Shiftworks Studio and Rosie's bedroom. Mixed at Gizzard Studio.
Whilst Purson’s debut album is only really going to excite those who enjoy the psychedelic sounds of the late 60’s and the early 70’s, it is advisable to give this album a try, for the level of quality and variety found on this album is sure to attract even the most reluctant listener. Purson has thus succeeded in making a promising debut album which both resembles a past era and stands out from the crowd with a strong level of variety. Flotsam and Jetsam The End of Chaos. Malevolent Creation The 13th Beast.
Retro-minded psych-metal carnival Purson are a British five-piece who explore the world of witches and Wurlitzers on their debut album, The Circle and the Blue Door, out next week via Rise Above/Metal Blade. Led by 22-year-old vocalist Rosie Cunningham, they’re heavily indebted to the guitar-and-organ maelstroms of early prog; take melodic inspiration from the Beatles during their post-India freak-out phase; and of course toke tremendously on the fringe-jacket era of Deep Purple
Purson have settled on the early 70s for the building blocks of their psychedelic Gothic tales – big, bass-driven riffs, swirling Mellotrons and flanged guitars. With Rosalie Cunningham’s voice the driving force, Purson come across somewhere between Renaissance and All About Eve, albeit with a heavier touch
CreditsRosalie Cunningham - Group Member, Guitar, Guitar (12 String Acoustic), Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Mellotron, Organ, Percussion, Producer, Vocals, Wurlitzer
William Cunningham - Saxophone
Ed Deegan - Mixing
Jack Hobbs - Drums, Group Member
George Hudson - Group Member, Guitar, Guitar (12 String)
Barnaby Maddick - Bass, Group Member
Raphael Mura - Drums
Ciaron O'Shea - Layout
Purson - Primary Artist
Sam Shove - Group Member, Mellotron, Organ, Piano
Ed Turner - Bass, Guitar (Acoustic), Producer
|1||Wake Up Sleepy Head||Purson||2:06|
|4||Sailor's Wife's Lament||Purson||3:59|
|5||Leaning On a Bear||Purson||3:27|
|6||Tempest and the Tide||Purson||5:06|
|7||Mavericks and Mystics||Purson||3:48|
|8||Well Spoiled Machine||Purson||5:09|