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CTV After Four - Canada - 1st Ever Pink Floyd Cover - Rare Psych Comp - LP

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CTV's After Four

Label: Yorkville
Cat #: YVM 33003
Released: 1967
Country: Canada Issue
Format: Vinyl, LP

Vinyl: VG+, some light scuff marks
Cover has a small punch hole in the bottom right corner and minor wear to edges and corners


A1 Scarlet Ribbon, The - Four In The Morning
Producer - Bill Gilliland , Brian Ahearn
A2 Ronnie Hawkins - Mary Jane
Producer - Brian Ahearn
A3 Sugar Shoppe, The - If I Were A Carpenter
Producer - Brian Ahearn
A4 Big Town Boys, The - Do It To 'Em
Producer - Brian Ahearn
A5 Willapuss Wallapuss, The - To Jone
Producer - Brian Ahearn
A6 Ugly Ducklings, The - Epilogue
Producer - Bill Gilliland , Brian Ahearn
A7 Terry Black - Only 16
Producer - Lou Adler
A8 Susan Taylor - If You Love Me
Producer - Bill Gilliland , Brian Ahearn

B1 Patrician-Anne - Changin' Time
Producer - Brian Ahearn
B2 Bob Francis - I'm A Bad Bad Boy
Producer - Phil Anderson , Tony DiMaria
B3 Chain Rattlers Orchestra, The - Winchester Cathedral
Directed By - Brian Skinner (3)
Producer - Bill Gilliland , Brian Ahearn
B4 Bonnie & Clyde - Kazoo
Producer - Brian Ahearn
B5 The Majestics - Sweet Soul Music
Producer - Bill Gilliland , Tony Dimaria
B6 Teak Wood - You Keep Me Hangin' On
Producer - Phil Anderson , Tony DiMaria
B7 Ritchie Knight And The Midnights - The Joke
Producer - Bill Gilliland
B8 Stitch In Tyme, The - Dry Your Eyes

Design [Album] - Richard Dinsmore
Executive Producer - Bill Gilliland
Photography [Back Cover] - Robert Title
Released on a gold Yorkville label.
On the label the artist of A4 appears as ''The BTB-4''.

The big selling point of Toronto’s Yorkville label sampler CTV After Four is, of course, the very FIRST Pink Floyd cover ever – a KILLER crude garage psych take on “See Emily Play” by Three To One, whoever they were (Mistakenly credited to Bob Francis "I'm A Bad Boy"). Amazing, too, considering it was a cover recorded the SAME YEAR as the original, which means that Three To One were stealing from the Floyd THIRTY FIVE YEARS before Mars Volta got around to it. That’s some foresight. And while I can’t take anything away from the original (it’s a classic), I kinda prefer this even trippier version – the addition of an avalanche of Star Trek special effects and a little girl who asks “Everyone know how to play?” are two nice touches. And for a band to improve on the psychedelic quotient of 1967 Floyd – well, that’s quite an accomplishment, isn’t it?

There’s more to CTV After Four than meets the eye. Scarlet Ribbon’s “Four in the Morning” is a growling garage punker that rides a cool spy theme riff (think a crude teen band take on “Lucifer Sam” – again with the Pink Floyd referencing). And the legendary Ugly Ducklings surprise us with a very unique, orchestrated baroque psych track, “Epilogue,” very different from their album and very British, like…er, that band with Syd Barrett. Am I sensing a THEME here?

There’s also a trippy hippie version of “Downtown” with echoed-out vocals and strumming mandolin performed by one Patricia-Anne, and redubbed “Changin’ Time.” And the oddly-named Willapuss Wallapuss turn in a superb Beatles-meets-Brian Wilson slice of harmony pop called “To Jone,” stoned soft pop vocals riding on a bouncy bed of banging barrelhouse Paul McCartney piano. So you can see, not EVERYTHING here brings to mind Pink Floyd. But if you’re one of the handful of people who believe Syd Barrett’s not REALLY dead, you might wanna start by checking the phone directories in Toronto. Something’s going on up there.

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 24 November, 2009.

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