SONG OF THE DAY The Painted Ship – Frustration (Alt. version)


The Painted Ship were a psych-rock quartet from Vancouver, Canada who emerged in 1965 originally entitled The Wee Beasties (this was the name the inventor of the microscope gave to the “animals” he saw through that instrument).  Consisting of buckskin-clad Bill Hay (vocals), Bob Rowden (guitar), Ken Wain (keyboards) and Barry Rowden (drums), The Painted Ship recorded only two singles in the late 60’s, releasing both on the London label.  Their first single, released in 1966, was ‘Audience Reflections (From Polyana’s Dreamworld), with And She Said Yes’ on the B-side.  This was followed by ‘Frustration’ in 1967 with ‘Little White Lies’ on the flip-side.  Check out their second 45 above and see which version of this song you prefer?

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