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Another “sad to be leaving town” song. Features excellent lyrics and lead vocal by Robin. Nice overdrive on the guitar solos with just the right amount of Mellotron orchestration. A tight bottom end rhythm drives this song down the road.
A song about a boy and his guitar. Preview here.
This song is about missing the one you love and getting back home as soon as possible. Robin wrote and sings this heartfelt tune with a nice callout on the talk box in his guitar solo. The usual tight rhythm section with nice Mellotron and synth flavorings. Preview here.
Magik Dayze were huge fans on Hendrix and played a version of Purple Haze and Foxey Lady in their show. It’s only natural that Robin would write a tribute song to the life of Jimi. Ironically, Robin wrote and played this song on a black Les Paul and only later added a Strat to his [...]
Written by Mike, Hollywood was arranged by the band as all of Magik Dayze’s songs were. Robin provides some great chord comping and lead work on this tune. Doug and Mike play a solid rhythm section and Charles adds some very tasty Mellotron and synth work. The bass on this track is a 1965 pawn [...]