Split Sofa | Coloured Dream

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Coloured Dream

by Split Sofa

A Mixture of Pyschedelic Sofa Pop with tinges of Hypnotic Bliss
Genre: Pop: Beatles-pop
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1. She Really Moved Me
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2. Don't Breathe In
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3. Until Tomorrow
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4. Move Like a Shadow
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5. Fallin' Leaves
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6. Upside Down
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7. Magical Spell
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8. Lovely Day
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9. Alright
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10. Long Lost Serenade
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11. Songbyrd / Merry Go Round
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Coloured Dream by Split Sofa is really another stepping stone for the band. It weaves through many late sixties British Psychedelic influences including: The Small Faces, Portobella Explosion, The Move, The Please, Procol Harum, Caravan and even dipping their toe into Sofa Folk on the album.

The band based in Doveridge, East Midlands describe their music as easy-listening Rock, but with nice underlying layers of simple complexity.

There is enough on this album for everyone to enjoy and after listening to Coloured Dream you really feels as if you've been some place. A dark room, a sunny wilderness in an hypnotic vibe.

This is the bands Sixth Album and I feel it's not the last time I will grooving to this band.

Coloured dream is certainly not a nightmare I awoke from but a new ray from a broken light.

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