|Oscillations / Whirly-Bird|
Simeon-Taylor-Warren (2:47) / Simeon-Taylor-Warren (2:39)
Kapp K-923, 6/68
|6/68 BB [UK: N/R]|
Dancing Gods, a Navajo Indian ceremonial handed down through the generations. Originally each thought of the dance was repeated four times for the "psychic effect of these hundreds of people who gathered to bring health to their friends."
INSTRUCTIONS: Play Twice Before Listening
|You And I / Confusion|
Simeon-Taylor-Warren (3:19) / Simeon-Taylor-Warren (3:23)
Kapp KS-3-956, 11/68
|2/69 [UK: N/R]|
|You And I||Simeon-Taylor||3:19|
|You're Not Foolin' Me||Simeon-Taylor||6:26|
|I Have Known Love||Lewellen-Simeon-Taylor||3:50|
|A Pox On You||Simeon-Taylor||5:08|
|Cockpit Good—Crash Bad
The band secured permission from Pan Am to take a photo in the cockpit. So far so good.|
For the back, they chose an image of a European plane crash, with Simon playing a banjo amidst the wreckage. Not good.
Pan Am was pissed and sued everybody from the band to rack jobbers. Caused Kapp to fold, along with the band. A third album, The Garden, was recorded and shelved, finally issued in 1998 Story here @ The Guardian
What was Silver Apples doing in Central Park on July 20, 1969 ??