As much as it may look, Faine Jade is not a Band. Faine Jade is the name (I'm guessing the Artistic Name, but you never know) of a Long Island Singer and Guitarist who started playing in the Mid-60's with a Band called The Rustics, with whom he released a Single. In 1967 he released a Single on his own (available on a Compilation Album) followed in 1968 by one of the rarest LP's released on the Decade. Faine Jade is often seen as the American version of Syd Barrett. The weirdness and Mysticism of the Lyrics along with the similar Sounds to Pink Floyd's The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn are used to best describe the work of Faine. Needless to say his Album, released on a small Label failed to make the slightest of the impacts, remaining unheard of until an unauthorized version of it was released in the 80's. Sundazed however has taken upon themselves the Task to re-release it with an interview of him and some very rare Photos from the time the Record was being recorded.
Best Tracks - “Doctor Paul Overture”, “People Games Play”, “Cold Winter Sun”, “I Lived Tomorrow”, “Ballad Of The Bad Guys”, “In A Brand New Groove”, “On The Inside” and “Don't Hassle Me”. An original is worth a lot of money nowadays, as the number of copies of it is very, very small. While the cover is very uninviting, the content is sure worth the time spent on it. Great Psychedelic Songs.
- Victor Muglia - Bass.
- Randy Skrha - Drums, Tambourine, Bongos, Percussion.
- Nick Manzi - Guitar.
- Brian Cooke - Keyboards, Piano, Organ.
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