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Green Circles
Mr Cocking's Descent
Label: Off The Hip (Australia)
Catalogue No: (DOTH7124DDDD)
Format: CD (jewel case)
Released: 2013
Price: $ 25.00
Green Circles - Mr Cocking's Descent
Also from Green Circles:   Tavistock Street
In a daring public exhibition in 1837, Mr Robert Cocking released his parachute and promptly launched himself into eternity. In 2013 the Green Circles launch their fourth album Mr Cocking's Descent.

With this new release, the Green Circles invite you to climb into their basket and soar into the psych/garage/jangled sky.

These four dashing aerialists showcase their daring with guitars that have six and twelve strings, bass guitars with four, wailing organs, drums, a tambourine, a saxophone, and various sets of vocals cords. It's taken more than 80 days to launch, but they have landed eleven new tracks – nine originals and a couple of covers originally performed by band faves the Screaming Believers and the Ninth Wave.

From the riff and harmony laden I Can't See The Day and I'll Give You Thanks to the tough, overdriven Time Comes and Semaphore Girl, the dreamy Love tinged Flown and the deep psych groove of Watermelon Sugar Blues, this Green Circles collection shows how far they have travelled since they first took off in Adelaide.

Previous releases Tavistock Street; Brass Knobs, Bevelled Edges and Get On The Outside Of This have received rave reviews from all over the globe and Mr Cocking's Descent is destined to go down in history as their hottest set yet!

The Green Circles have more hooks than a piranha's mouth. - Phil Suggitt, Shindig

Simply smoking. - Mike Bennett, Fufkin
Tracklisting: (48:07 m:s)
  1. I Can't See The Day (4:05 m:s)
  2. Time Comes (3:01 m:s)
  3. I'll Give You Thanks (3:24 m:s)
  4. Flown (3:58 m:s)
  5. Because (2:38 m:s)
  6. Tin Toy (5:04 m:s)
  7. Baby, You Flirt (3:19 m:s)
  8. Martin's Wild (2:47 m:s)
  9. Where's Charlie (2:39 m:s)
  10. Semaphore Girl (3:29 m:s)
  11. Watermelon Sugar Blues (13:46 m:s)