|Produced by Spirit|
|Released on January 1970|
|US CHART POSITION #69 (charted Feb. 7, 1970 for 9 weeks)|
|Find it at GEMM|
|ZS7-128 wo. picture sleeve
[high resolution scan]
S everal years before Bowie tackled the novel head on, Spirit released this warning of Big Brother. A non album entry, “1984” remains one of Spirit’s more popular tracks over their career, inviting comparison to early Camel. The flip side, “Sweet Stella Baby,” is generic psychedelic (an oxymoron, I know) rock, somewhere in the neighborhood of The Doors and Buffalo Springfield. On an aesthetic note, I’d have to say those Ode singles vie with Atco for the title of ugliest yellow label.
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