In 1970, the Australian band Tully, was comissioned to provide music for Paul Wistig's surf documentary Sea of Joy. The surfing magazine, Tracks, reviewed the film by saying "It is a world of puppy dogs and slow motion pony rides, of fish eye gnomes and laughing faces. The grown ups are very kind and every day is a holiday." That aptly describes the vibe of this album as well, a surreal Summer in the Southern hemisphere seventies. Stoney.
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
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this sounds cool as hell
Thanks for bringing some July to February.
Cheers man, just what i need. Your write ups sell it to me every time.
this rules. thanks
good vibes. Great way to make me face the day.
Thx once again Aesop. This really made my day. Be well!
Thanks for the tunes, surfs up!
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