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Think Pink 1970 Album

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Length
37m 37s
Country
United States
Release Dates
1971-00-00 U.K. 1970-12-00 U.S.
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Think Pink is the 1970 debut album (recorded 1969) by English psychedelic musician Twink. It was produced by Mick Farren and featured members of The Pretty Things, The Deviants, plus Steve Peregrin Took of Tyrannosaurus Rex. It was released on Sire Records in the US in 1970 and Polydor Records in the UK in early 1971 (as a warm-up for the release of the Pink Fairies' debut album Never Never Land.)
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Paul Rudolph
Paul Rudolph
Acoustic & Electric Guitars (#2,4-8,10); Vibraphone (#8); Vocals (#9); Percussion (#9); Bass Guitar (#10); Chimes (#10)
Mick Farren
Mick Farren
Vocals (#7)
Twink
Twink
Vocals; Drums (Tracks #1-2,4-5,7-10); Acoustic Guitar (Track #8)
John "Junior" Wood
John "Junior" Wood
Bass Guitar (#2,4,8)
Victor Unitt
Victor Unitt
Electric Guitars (#5,7)
Steve Peregrin Took
Steve Peregrin Took
Pixie Horn (#1); Vocals (#1,9,10); Percussion (#6,7,9); Acoustic Guitar (#10)
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Silver
Vocals (#5,7,9); Percussion (#9)
Viv Prince
Viv Prince
Drums (#6)
John Povey
John Povey
Sitar (#1), Mellotron (#2,4,8)
John "Honk" Lodge
John "Honk" Lodge
Bass Guitar (#5, 7)
Dave "Boss" Goodman
Dave "Boss" Goodman
Vocals, Percussion (#9)
Wally Allen
Wally Allen
Piano (#5)

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Hard to attribute this solely to the musician known as "Twink" (John Alder), as in reality a multitude of artists - basically, a good chunk of the British psychedelic underground - came together to work on and complete the record. And it shows. This is more jam session than coherent set of music, with mantric rhythms, chants, percussion, and what other imagined opium-den sounds they can conjure. It's not recommended to think pink except once in a long while.
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