“Trip Thru’ Hell” by C.A. Quintet - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1969Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

Neat mini-album of psychedelic psyche with added quirk via trumpet from the band’s leader and main songwrier, Ken Erwin. The band seem very adept at brewing up a dark storm before bursting into sunshine. The quintet were complete with Jim Erwin on bass, Rick Johnson on drums, Tom Pohling on wah-wah guitar and Doug Reynolds, giving it his best “Manzarek” on organ. Ken, Jim and Doug all contribute vocals. Locally produced in Minneapolis, less than 500 copies were sold in its original pressing, Candy Floss CF-7764S.

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A1 [09:09] 6.5.png C.A. Quintet - Trip Thru Hell, Pt. 1 (Ken Erwin, Doug Reynolds) Prog
A2 [02:31] 6.0.png C.A. Quintet - Colorado Mourning (Ken Erwin) Cerebral Pop
A3 [04:41] 5.2.png C.A. Quintet - Cold Spider (Ken Erwin) Psychedelia
B1 [04:43] 6.8.png C.A. Quintet - Underground Music (Ken Erwin) Psychedelia
B2 [02:04] 4.7.png C.A. Quintet - Sleepy Hollow Lane (Ken Erwin) Psychedelia
B3 [02:12] 6.6.png C.A. Quintet - Smooth As Silk (Ken Erwin) Psychedelia
B4 [03:40] 6.5.png C.A. Quintet - Trip Thru Hell, Pt. 2 (Ken Erwin) Psychedelia

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