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For producer-wunderkind Gary Usher, Sagittarius was the outcome of months holed up in the studio with like-minded friends: Curt Boettcher, Bruce Johnston, Glen Campbell, the Firesign Theatre and others. The hit single, "My World Fell Down," debuted in 1967. Present Tense - shimmering, dense, and relentlessly melodic, quite simply relocated the goals of contemporary pop songwriting and arranging. Mastered in the best Sundazed tradition, Present Tense chronicles the epitome of California sunshine rock and the Summer of Love, it's the sound of the Mamas and Papas, the Beach Boys and Claude Debussy having an Easter egg hunt on Phil Spector's lawn!
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Sagittarius - Present Tense CD
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Item #: SC 11053 -

    For producer-wunderkind Gary Usher, Sagittarius was the outcome of months holed up in the studio with like-minded friends: Curt Boettcher, Bruce Johnston, Glen Campbell, the Firesign Theatre and others. The hit single, "My World Fell Down", debuted in 1967. "Present Tense" - shimmering, dense, and relentlessly melodic - quite simply relocated the goals of contemporary pop songwriting and arranging. Mastered in the best Sundazed tradition, "Present Tense" chronicles the epitome of California...

    Sagittarius - The Blue Marble -CLEAR COLORED VINYL LIMITED EDITION- LP
    Price: $24.98
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    Item #: LP 5231-CLR -

      ON CLEAR VINYLThe shimmering follow-up to Present Tense, 1968’s pop-psych cult classic by producers Gary Usher and Curt Boettcher’s studio-only project Sagittarius (“My World Fell Down”), 1969’s The Blue Marble once again finds Usher crafting still more sunshiney, Beach Boys-esque dreamscapes. As he did for Present Tense, Usher called on the cream of L.A.’s studio pros as well as members of the like-minded Millennium, and the results are once again magnificent. Layered with creamy vocal...