9 thoughts on “ The Superfine Dandelion - Crazy Town (Move On Little Children) (Vinyl)

  1. May 21,  · The Superfine Dandelion Crazy Town (Move On Little Children)/Janies Tomb (Single) 2 versions Mainstream Records.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Crazy Town (Move On Little Children) on Discogs. Label: Mainstream Records - • Format: Vinyl 7 The Superfine Dandelion - Crazy Town (Move On Little Children) (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  3. Superfine Dandelion was a precursor to these groups, as were Phoenix area bands like Warren S. Richardson, Beans (later to become the Tubes), and The Nazz, (later to become Alice Cooper) I always liked the Superfine Dandelion, Warren S. Richardson, Beans, and The Nazz better than their later, more gimmicky, transformations.4/5(4).
  4. 7" Single on 45cat: The Superfine Dandelion - Crazy Town (Move On Little Children) / Janies Tomb - Mainstream - USA -
  5. Feb 20,  · Crazy Town (Move on Little Children) / Jamie's Tomb, a Single by The Superfine Dandelion. Released in on Mainstream (catalog no. ; Vinyl 7")/5(6).
  6. Superfine Dandelion drew from a lot of fine inspirations on their sole album: Jefferson Airplane, the Lovin' Spoonful, and Buffalo Springfield foremost among them. Good taste, however, does not guarantee a good record. Superfine Dandelion isn't lousy; it's just average and unmemorable. It seems as though they did their share of listening to the early Jefferson Airplane, judging from the 6/
  7. People run around Crazy Town Seems they have found a place to groove on Just about the time they want Someone comes along and says to move on Move on little children We don't want you around no more Move on little children Go through the open door People get put down just because They are voicing their opinion Then someone passes around the paper bag And says to put your drink in Keep .
  8. Crazy Town (Move on Little Children) (Mike Collins, Jim Musil) - (or nearly West Coast) '60s bands on the Mainstream label, the Superfine Dandelion made one middling album in that mixed San Francisco psychedelic, folk-rock, pop, and jug band influences. though. The album made little impact, and the group disbanded in
  9. Jan 19,  · The Superfine Dandelion - Superfine Dandelion () Mp3\Mb One of several second-to-third-division West Coast (or nearly West Coast) '60s bands on the Mainstream label, the Superfine Dandelion made one middling album in that mixed San Francisco psychedelic, folk-rock, pop, and jug band influences.

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