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We Are Ever So Clean Studio album by The Blossom Toes Released October 1967 Genre Psychedelic Rock Label Marmalade 607001 (mono), 608001 (stereo) (UK) Polydor 184121 (Germany) Sunbeam (2007 reissue) Producer Giorgio Gomelsky Engineer: John Timperley Professional reviews The reviews parameter has been deprecated. Please move reviews into the “Reception” section of the article. See Moving reviews into article space. Allmusic link The Blossom Toes chronology n. a. We Are Ever So Clean (1967) If Only For A Moment (1969) Singles from We Are Ever So Clean "What On Earth / Mrs. Murphy's Budgerigar / Look At Me I'm You" Released: October 1967, Marmalade 598002 We Are Ever So Clean is the first album by The Blossom Toes. It was voted to be Number 40 of Record Collector’s "100 Greatest Psychedelic Records". Richie Unterberger: "One of the happiest, most underappreciated relics of British psychedelia" Track listing Side 1 Look At Me I'm You (Godding, Gomelsky) I'll Be Late For Tea (Godding) The Remarkable Saga Of The Frozen Dog (Westlake) Telegram Tuesday (Godding) Love Is (Godding) What's It For (Cregan) People Of The Royal Parks (Westlake) Side 2 What On Earth (Godding) Mrs Murphy's Budgerigar (Cregan, Westlake) I Will Bring You This and That (Godding) Mister Watchmaker (Godding) When The Alarm Clock Rings (Cregan) The Intrepid Balloonist's Handbook, Volume One (Cregan) You (Godding) Track For Speedy Freaks (or Instant LP Digest) (Godding, Gomelsky, Cregan, Westlake) Bonus tracks (Sunbeam Records SBRCD5035 reissue, 2007) Everybody’s Talking (LP out-take) Look At Me I’m You (instrumental track) I’ll Be Late For Tea (instrumental track) Mister Watchmaker (live) I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight (45 A-side) Jim Cregan interview Love Is (live) Collects Little Girls (demo) Hometime (demo) Looking Up & Looking Back (demo) Personnel Brian Belshaw: Bass, Vocals Jim Cregan: Guitar, Vocals Brian Godding: Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals Kevin Westlake: Drums David Whittaker: Orchestration External links Sunbeam Records info This 1960s album-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e