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|1.||"The Poison Tree" (3:08)|
|2.||"A Little Girl Lost" (3:25)|
|4.||"The Sick Rose" (4:49)|
|1.||"The School Boy" (2:32)|
|2.||"The Human Abstract" (5:30)|
|3.||"The Fly" (4:52)|
|4.||"A Divine Image" (4:35)|
David Axelrod's 1969 album Songs of Experience - the now legendary follow-up to 1668's similarly acclaimed Songs of Innocence - has long been regarded as something of a classic, not to mention a constant source of samples for hip-hop producers such as DJ Shadow, Pete Rock, Madlib and KRS-One. As this reissue proves, it remains a peerless release. While it was inspired by the poems of William Blake, the album's tracks brilliantly fuse elements of jazz, European classical music, jazz-funk, rock, pop and traditional British and Irish folk music. It's a stunning set of instrumental tracks, all told - a kind of imaginary soundtrack to the best film never made.
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