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  1. Tobar
    S.F. Sorrow is the fourth album by the English rock group Pretty Things. Released in , it is one of the first rock concept albums/5(17). Reply
  2. Mokasa
    The Pretty Things were ahead of everyone else when they presented their fourth album, S.F. Sorrow, to the world. Structured as a rock opera, S.F Sorrow is considered to be one of the very first concept albums in existence, even predating the famous Tommy of The Who. Reply
  3. Zolojin
    The Pretty Things: SF Sorrow – album reappraisal. By. Amy Britton-March 29, 0. The fourth LP by the The Pretty Things, SF Sorrow, was released in It was one of the first ever rock concept albums and Amy Britton thinks it’s time we reappraised it. Read on to find out why. Reply
  4. Aralkis
    Released in , S.F. Sorrow was The Pretty Thing's fourth studio album and one of the first ever concept rock records/5(). Reply
  5. Tek
    This deluxe 1 CD plus bonus DVD copy of the album has extra versions of many songs on the album PLUS songs that were released (and a few unreleased!) that should have been on that album. Overlooked for many years, The Pretty Things "SF Sorrow" album IS a classic. Add it to your collection/5(). Reply
  6. Gonris
    Jul 26,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of S.F. Sorrow on Discogs. Label: Snapper Music - SMMCD ,Original Masters - SMMCD • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered, Mono • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock/5(41). Reply
  7. Kazinos
    on the S.F. Sorrow CD). Within the realm of a truly acid-inspired concept, Smith extended the arrangements, and simultaneously gave the album a familiar, yet not-of-this-earth vibe. “S.F. Sorrow Is Born” starts off like a Kinks number and slowly descends . Reply
  8. Dibar
    May 20,  · The Pretty Things' S.F. Sorrow was one of the most extraordinary British albums of the late s, and one utterly beset by disaster By Classic Rock May 20, The Pretty Things: S.F. Sorrow deals Amazon customer reviews. Reply
  9. Shagore
    In a New York Times article, Neil Strauss said that S.F. Sorrow 'is generally acknowledged as the first rock opera.' Maybe things were different twenty years ago, but unfortunately, I don't really think S.F. Sorrow is 'generally acknowledged.'. In some ways, S.F. Sorrow sounds exactly like an album from I don't have the technical vocabulary to explain this other to say that the /5(6). Reply

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