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The Cosmic Storyteller (The Long Lost Album)


Download links and information about The Cosmic Storyteller (The Long Lost Album) by The Unicorn. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 43:07 minutes.

Artist: The Unicorn
Release date: 2001
Genre: Rock, Pop, Psychedelic
Tracks: 13
Duration: 43:07
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No. Title Length
1. The Cosmic Storyteller 3:55
2. Time I Got to Know You 2:21
3. Ideal Lady 3:26
4. Love Star 3:20
5. Filled with Love Again 3:29
6. Give It All That You've Got 3:21
7. L.A. Saucer Invasion 0:44
8. The Big Time 3:27
9. Set Me Up - Knock Me Over 3:16
10. Johnny's in a Corner 3:09
11. Love Has Died 3:47
12. The Great Dream 3:36
13. The Final Run 5:16



Lost artifact of the psychedelic era? Pseudo-Spinal Tap put on? Modernist pop/psychedelia? The Cosmic Storyteller is all of these things. The brainchild of singer/producer/singer Hilary Clay Hicks, these tracks attributed to Unicorn make up a "lost" 1960s album that embraces several different musical genres, and does so with a classy sense of spirit and style. From the gothic, powerful album title-track opener to a funk-inspired workout ("Love Star") to the album's epic, philosophical closer, "The Final Run," the music herein is a virtual tour of musical styles of the 1960s with a heavy underline in the psychedelic style. The vocal arrangements in particular are quite well-crafted and fit the songs perfectly with a fine sense of ambience and passion. Although some of the instrumentation actually tends to sound a bit '80s-ish (particularly with some of the synth-heavy arrangements), this hangs together quite well as an album. If you don't take it too seriously, it's an enjoyable listen, and a well-crafted and ambitious project.