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  1. Banos

    Octopus Lyrics: Trip to heave and ho / Up down, to and fro' / You have no word / Trip, trip to a dream dragon / Hide your wings in a ghost tower / Sails cackling at every plate we break / Cracked.
  2. Nejind

    Here I Go This song is by Syd Barrett and appears on the album The Madcap Laughs (), on the album Crazy Diamond (), on the album Wouldn't You Miss Me? The Best of Syd Barrett ().
  3. Faule

    Apr 28,  · The Madcap Laughs is a brilliant but brittle album, with every strum of the electric guitar seeming to take its toll on Barrett's increasingly frayed nerve strings. On songs such as "Love You," his state of mind is well concealed beneath the sort of jolly jangle-pop Blur would later indulge in/5().
  4. Kazihn

    Syd Barrett "Here I Go": This is a story about a girl that I knew She didn't like my songs and that made me feel blue She sai.
  5. Grobar

    Oct 27,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Madcap Laughs on Discogs/5().
  6. Nijind

    Apr 28,  · Syd Barrett went on to prove he could still create incredible music with this release "The Madcap Laughs." He still gets a little help from his Floyd bandmates David Gilmour and Roger Waters. Malcolm Jones is another big contributor on this album/5().
  7. Fauzshura

    Wisely, The Madcap Laughs doesn't even try to sound like a consistent record. Half the album was recorded by Barrett's former bandmates Roger Waters and Dave Gilmour, and the other half by Harvest Records head Malcolm newwave.ballanaranuadakelvgukree.infoinfosingly, Jones' tracks are song for song much stronger than the more-lauded Floyd entries. The opening "Terrapin" seems to go on three times as long as its five-minute 9/

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