Monday, July 24, 2017

Cosmic Dealer - Child Of Tomorrow (1971-73 holland, fantastic psych jam classic rock, 2012 release)

This is the second previously unreleased album by the Dutch psychedelic hard rock band Cosmic Dealer. Their first album “Crystallization” from 1971 is an outstanding and rare masterpiece for all psych collectors and for sure one of the best Euro-Underground rock albums of the 70s. In 1971 the band was shortly disband but found together in 1973 with a few line-up changes but kept the same musical intention: heavy psychedelic, progressive and guitar driven hard rock, with catchy song writing, a few US-Westcoast flashes but also extended instrumental jam excursions.

This album contains 6 songs which were recorded in 1973, plus 3 demos from 1971 and as bonus you´ll find 7"EP with 4 live cuts (25 mins) and was recorded in 1971, including the title track from their debut Crystallization. The album is is carefully re-mastered to catch the real spirit of the beautiful and intense music and contains a poster and a with lots of photos and linernotes. Definitely a must-have piece for all 60s psych freaks!
World In Sound 
1. Child Of Tomorrow (Ed Boender) - 3:41
2. Sinners Confession (Kees de Blois, Jan Reynders) - 4:52
3. You're So Good (Ed Boender) - 2:59
4. Lifetime (Jan Reynders, Ed Boender, P. Banks) - 9:12
5. Society (Martin Hansen, Ed Boender) - 4:29
6. Julia (Jan Reynders) - 5:01
7. Don't You Know (Frans Poots, Leen Leendertse) - 4:15  
8. Winterwind (Angelo Noce Santoro, Frans Poots) - 3:36
9. For You (Angelo Noce Santoro) - 4:10
10.Crystallization (Cosmic Dealer) - 6:23
11.Don't You know (Frans Poots, Leen Leendertse) - 6:11
12.The Scene (Frans Poots, Bas Van Der Pol) - 4:59
13.Cosmic Jam (Cosmic Dealer) - 7:59

The Cosmic Dealer
*Frans Poots - Flute, Percussion, Saxophone, Vocals
*Jan Reynders - Guitar, Vocals
*Angelo Noce Santoro - Bass Guitar, Vocals
*Ad Vos - Drums, Percussion
*Kees de Blois - Guitar, Vocals
*Ed Boender - Guitar, Vocals
*Leen Leendertse - Guitar, Vocals

Free Text
Text Host