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  1. Saint Steven is actually Steve Cataldo, who had previously been the guitarist and singer/songwriter for the minor late-'60s Boston psychedelic band Front Page Review. His album, also called Saint Steven, was similarly period psychedelia, not as underground as some, more pop-oriented than some others, and at the end of the day not too.
  2. lp SAINT STEVEN St. Steven (Over The Hills) Original released: Label: TAPESTRY Catalog number: TPT Barcode: Condition record: mint Condition Cover: mint Tracks Side 1 (Over The Hills): 1. Over The Hills () 2. Animal Hall () 3. Gladacadova () 4. Poor Small () 5. Ay-Aye-Poe-Day () 6. Gray Skies () 7. Over The Hills ( AM) Tracks Side 2 (The Bastich): 1.
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  4. Side one is known as 'Over The Hills' and side two 'The Bastich', although I have yet to grasp the meaning of the concept behind the album, also known simply as 'Saint Steven'. If you like the sound of the second UK Kaleidoscope album or Second Hand's first album you'll probably want to add this one to your collection too.5/5(3).
  5. Mar 10,  · The brainchild of original Ultimate Spinach member Steven Cataldo, the album is a fine example of the "Boston" Sound of and was conceived and recorded against the backdrop of social and political unrest of america in the Late 's.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Saint Steven on Discogs/5(48).
  7. May 26,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Saint Steven - Saint Steven at Discogs. Complete your Saint Steven collection/5().
  8. Confusingly, even though the album title credits 'Saint Steven, the 13 tracks are credited to 'St. Steven'. Even Probe Records seemed confused since the single 'Ay-Aye-Poe-Day' b/w 'Louisiana Home' (Probe catalog number ) was credited to St. Steven.
  9. At last this classic of sixties American acid rock makes its official debut on CD. The brainchild of original Ultimate Spinach member Steven Cataldo, the album is a fine example of the "Boston" sound of and was conceived and recorded against the backdrop of social and political unrest of America in the late 's.

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