The Orange Bicycle, a London-based psychedelic outfit, were part of the 1967
boom that revolved around the UFO Club. They represented the "poppier"
(as in "Sgt Pepper") version of psychedelia
(Hyacinth Threads, Laura's Garden).
They released several more singles and a terrible album of covers,
Orange Bicycle (Parlophone, 1970).
Orange Bicycle keyboardist Wilson Malone was worth more than their lame
Beatles-ian melodies, and he proved it by recording an album with
producer Mike Bobak on guitar and engineer Andy Jones on sound effects.
Credited to Motherlight, Bobak, Jones & Malone (Morgan Blue Town, 1970 - Demon Westside, 2001), the eight songs
(Motherlight , On A Meadow , Mona Lose ,
Wanna Make A Star, House Of Many Windows , Chant ,
Burning The Weed , The Lens )
compose an inspired mess of free-form jamming, gothic overtones, raga
expansions, dissonant dressing and folk melodies, somewhere between
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