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Vanilla Fudge - 1968 - Renaissance

Vanilla Fudge is an American rock band. The band's original lineup - vocalist/organist Mark Stein, bassist/vocalist Tim Bogert, lead guitarist/vocalist Vince Martell, and drummer/vocalist Carmine Appice  - recorded five albums during the years 1966-69, before disbanding in 1970. The band has reunited in various configurations over the years, and is currently operating with its four original members. The band has been cited as, "one of the few American links between psychedelia and what soon became heavy metal." Renaissance is the third album by Vanilla Fudge. Released in summer 1968, it was the band's first album to feature mostly original material, with five of its seven tracks penned by band members. The original album's two cover tunes are Essra Mohawk's "The Spell That Comes After" (erroneously credited on original pressings of the LP to Frank Zappa's art director Cal Schenkel), and "Season Of The Witch," originally written and performed by the Scottish folk singer Donovan. The band also interpolates lyrics from a second Essra Mohawk song, "We Never Learn," into their rendition of "Season Of The Witch." The album peaked at #20 on the Billboard album charts in July 1968.

01 - The Sky Cried - When I Was A Boy
02 - Thoughts
03 - Paradise
04 - That's What Makes A Man
05 - The Spell That Comes After
06 - Faceless People
07 - Season Of The Witch
08 - All In Your Mind
09 - The Look Of Love
10 - Where Is My Mind

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