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McFadden's Parachute - Sugar 3 mp3 album

McFadden's Parachute - Sugar 3 mp3 album Performer: McFadden's Parachute
Title: Sugar 3
Style: Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Date of release: 2015
Size MP3: 1157 mb
Size FLAC: 1634 mb
Rating: 4.3

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1 A Simple Man
2 Days Of Confusion
3 I Can't Seem To Get It Right
4 Long Shadows Die
5 My Mary Jane
6 Rainbows Rocks And Rain
7 Robin Gibb Is Dying
8 The Angels Are Crying
9 The Grass Is Always Greener
10 The Saints Of LSD
11 Visions Of The Third Eye
12 When The Night Falls


Produced by Darren Brennessel
All instruments played by Darren
All vocals by Darren
Recorded in analog 4-track stereo & mixed by Darren
Mastered by Dave Anderson at Saxon Recording Studios, Rochester, NY

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 6424102705 1
User reviews
ALBUM REVIEW: "Sugar3" By Frank De Blase McFadden's Parachute"Sugar3"PeterFonda Recordsfacebook.com/mcfaddensparachuteMcFadden's parachute is the psychedelic brain child of one Darren Brennessel whose catalogue in 1960's psych is downright epic. Equally impressive is his understanding and reverent interpretation of the genre. There are two ways to look at this music. One: as a sonic interpretation of a solid trip; or two: music by those on their own solid trip with a willingness to share. MP's new platter, "Sugar3" is a mind-bending dose of both. He has blended — as a one man band, incidentally — both schools with sonic precision. The album is playful with its sing-along acoustically-rooted songs, and the sonic rainbow gets tweaked to the max with the grind of the fuzzed out guitar. Newbies to this music may find it a bit harsh, but the seasoned cats will dig it the most. It borders on brilliance amidst its forays into the lo-fi. Brennessel defines it as folk pop psychedelia but it's more than that. It is the sound of it all in a relaxed structure, buzz, and groove. Dig this solid trip.
Review by Steve Elliot From "Something Else Magazine"Sugar 3, the latest offering from McFadden’s Parachute — aka Darren Brennessel — is another lo-fi affair, but this time the prolific Rochester, N.Y. one-man band offers all-original material after his inspired 2012 album of 1960s garage band covers, Flashback to My Home Town.McFadden’s Parachute makes use of improvisational modal tuning on his acoustic guitar throughout Sugar 3, adding some fuzz-tone guitar added for color, minimal percussion and caveman drumming — but, strangely, there’s no bass guitar at all. It’s a similar approach, in some ways, to Darren Brennessel’s other two-man band, the LSD Enigma.The fuzz-rocking opener “A Simple Man” is this album’s best song, a catchy enough little ditty that could’ve been a Buffalo Springfield outtake. Ragged but right, the chugging ‘I Can’t Seem to Get It Right” also wouldn’t have sounded too out of place in Neil Young’s earliest live repertoire with Crazy Horse back in 1969. “My Mary Jane,” another fuzz rocker, could be an ode to a lost love or could it be to a particular herbal mixture? I’ll let you decide, gentle readers.Perhaps the oddest song on the new McFadden’s Parachute album is the ballad “Robin Gibb is Dying.” Being released now after the Bee Gees legend’s passing, it draws somewhat on their influence for a little bit of the melody, as with its theme of loss. “When The Night Falls,” a psych/folk number, closes out Sugar 3 with some actual vocal fanfare, and a campfire-like sing along feel.McFadden’s Parachute uses a recording approach in the lo-fi realm similar to solo albums by Robert Pollard of Guided By Voices. Both captures the spontaneity of a performance, but Darren Brennessel adds in a terrific 1960s garage-rock feel. Check him out.
A review of the new album in SHINDIG! Magazine!(Reviewed by the great musician Lenny Helsing!)"McFadden's ParachuteSugar 3Peter Fonda RecordsThe latest in a long line of recordings by one-man garage-psych dreamer Darren Brennessel aka the wonderfully-monikered McFadden's Parachute. On Sugar 3, as with previous outings, the listener is taken on a wild time trip loaded with paisley-hued fun and games. The three-and-four chord turnarounds, fuzz-tone leads, keyboard spatterings and nothing fancy drumming conjured up are always worthy of attention, and can also strike gold on occasion.McFadden's Parachute’s particular, sometimes peculiar way with chords and words, and poetry vocalising, is quite mesmerising, at times, and if you are a fan of Sky Saxon, Faine Jade, even early Neil Young, and have a passion for the primitively pulsating rhythms of garage-style psychedelia, you will find much to be enamoured with here. 'I Can't Seem To Get It Right' is a bonafide "hit" in waiting, while 'Robin Gibb Is Dying' is obviously sad, but funny too, an exercise in quirky mod-pop excellence. Get on this flight now!"Lenny Helsing