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  1. Oct 12, - H.P. Lovecraft* - H.P. Lovecraft II (, Vinyl) | Discogs. Written by Ian Gerber for The Soda Shop A few weeks back I wrote about Miles Davis's 'Kind of Blue', which featured the brilliant jazz icon John Coltrane on saxophone.
  2. According to the LP notes, the songs were largely inspired by novelist H.P. Lovecraft 's "macabre tales and poems of Earth populated by another race." It's more haunting than gloomy, though, with deft touches of folk, jazz, and horns.
  3. H.P. Lovecraft Live At The Filmore: May 11, on LP. In case you hadn't noticed, there weren't a lot of people taking notes during the heyday of psychedelic concertdom. As a result, the lore and legend of that era consists of hazy, mumbled recollections of plankton-brained survivors.
  4. Jun 08,  · Featuring a nine-piece orchestra and songs that exhibited a wide-ranging stylistic variety, H. P. Lovecraft was possessed of a haunting, eerie ambiance that lived up to the band's intention of making music inspired by H. P. Lovecraft's "macabre tales and poems of Earth populated by another race" (to quote the LP's back cover).
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  6. The selection is a double CD on one and the song The White Ship inspired by the original H.P. Lovecraft's use of opium is well worth the discounted price of the CD. The White Ship is on a counter-culture pare with White Rabbit and a brilliant piece of musical construction/5(23).
  7. Their self-titled LP was an impressive debut, featuring strong originals and covers of early compositions by Randy Newman and Fred Neil, as well as one of the first underground FM radio favorites, "White Ship.".
  8. Release Date: 10/15/19The second figure in the Rue Morgue RIPpers line! Limited to tangnateconozdivivotamipuloc.coinfo Morgue Magazine's next release in the Rue Morgue RIPpers line is the father of cosmic horror, H.P. Lovecraft. This 7-inch polyresin figure of Lovecraft is limited to numbered units. Sculpted with incredible accuracy.

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