July – Resurrection

Friday, 21 October 2016, 19:32 | Category : Interview, July
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As they are about to release their new album on vinyl, Jason Barnard talks extensively to Tom Newman and Peter Cook of July about the band, past and present. British psych band July burned briefly back in the late 60s. After this initial phase for the group, they thought they were forgotten with the band […]

July – Tom Newman and Peter Cook

Friday, 27 May 2016, 20:18 | Category : July, Podcasts
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Tom Newman and Peter Cook of psych legends July take a trip through the last 50 years to tie in with their new Fruits de Mer single ‘Can I Go Back Again’ and The Tomcats RPM retrospective ‘Running At Shadows’ set. July – My Clown (July, Major Minor, 1968) Los Tomcats – A Tu Vera […]

The Tomcats – Running At Shadows

Thursday, 10 March 2016, 21:31 | Category : July, Reviews
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Review by Jason Barnard One of my earliest highlights of producing The Strange Brew Podcast was getting the chance to do an extensive interview with July, the then recently reactivated, psychedelic legends. The July album, released in 1968 is an essential addition to the collection any fan of late psych rock. Its track ‘Dandelion Seeds’ is still […]

The July Connection

Sunday, 26 September 2010, 16:17 | Category : July
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Legendary British band July recorded one of the most sought after Sixties psychedelic albums and released one of the greatest singles not to chart (My Clown/Dandelion Seeds). In this special podcast, the reformed band talk about their career with a selection of their finest songs and tracks related to them. July – Dandelion Seeds (Single […]

Psych Legends July Lift The Lid On Their Incredible Career!

Wednesday, 22 September 2010, 18:49 | Category : July
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July – Magical Days Legendary British band July recorded one of the most sought after Sixties psychedelic albums and released one of the greatest singles not to chart (My Clown/Dandelion Seeds). The group have recently reformed as interest in them has grown steadily since their split with escalating record prices, cover versions and a stream […]