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8 thoughts on “ Toy Surprise - Lida Husik - Your Bag
  1. JoJotaxe says:
    Your Bag was released the same year as Lida Husik's dreamy debut Bozo and, in many respects, it's more a continuation of that release than something completely different. Granted, it's a little more experimental and a little less cohesive, but most of it works as well and in much the same way.4/5(2).
  2. Kazinris says:
    Jan 31,  · Your Bag was released the same year as Lida Husik's dreamy debut Bozo and, in many respects, it's more a continuation of that release than something completely different. Granted, it's a little more experimental and a little less cohesive, but most of it works as well and in much the same way.4/5(2).
  3. Shalmaran says:
    Your Bag was released the same year as Lida Husik's debut, Bozo, and, in many ways, it's more like a continuation of that release rather than something completely new. Granted, it's a little more experimental and a little less cohesive, but most of it works just as well and in much the same way.6/
  4. Shaktijinn says:
    Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; Allmusic: Your Bag is the second studio album by singer/songwriter Lida Husik, released on July 7, by Shimmy tygojaskazizilzushura.infoinfo: Psychedelic rock, alternative rock.
  5. Zuluk says:
    Summary. Already early in her career, Lida Husik couldn't decide whether she wanted to be a popster or a sound painter. Bozo (), produced by Kramer, was a collection of ethereal and dreamy lullabies for voice, guitar, organ and beats. Each song was programmed to sink slowly into the listener's subconscious, like a magic potion.
  6. Fell says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Your Bag on Discogs/5(8).
  7. Kibar says:
    Oct 13,  · Another curious album from Lida Husik, even more so than her solid debut Bozo. Here, she stretches out conventional Psychedelic Rock well beyond its means, as we see on the elongated endings of 'Toy Surprise' and 'Marcel.' Husik's style seems like a more unexplainable Kate Bush, theatrical with a childlike heart/5(8).

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