Forgotten Songs is our recurring series where a musician or one of our writers examines a song they love that they feel has been overlooked. It could be a song by an artist who never made it big, or it could be a B-side/rarity or unheralded album track by a more well known artist. It could even be one of the artist’s own songs. For this edition of Forgotten Songs, Elf Power frontman Andrew Rieger writes about Pink Floyd’s 1967 song “Vegetable Man” by way of The Jesus and Mary Chain. Elf Power’s twelfth studio album, Sunlight on the Moon, was just released on Darla and Orange Twin. Read on as Rieger recounts discovering the song and then stream both versions of the forgotten song below. (via Forgotten Songs: Elf Power’s Andrew Rieger on Pink Floyd’s “Vegetable Man” | Under the Radar - Indie Music Magazine)

Forgotten Songs is our recurring series where a musician or one of our writers examines a song they love that they feel has been overlooked. It could be a song by an artist who never made it big, or it could be a B-side/rarity or unheralded album track by a more well known artist. It could even be one of the artist’s own songs. For this edition of Forgotten Songs, Elf Power frontman Andrew Rieger writes about Pink Floyd’s 1967 song “Vegetable Man” by way of The Jesus and Mary Chain. Elf Power’s twelfth studio album, Sunlight on the Moon, was just released on Darla and Orange Twin. Read on as Rieger recounts discovering the song and then stream both versions of the forgotten song below. (via Forgotten Songs: Elf Power’s Andrew Rieger on Pink Floyd’s “Vegetable Man” | Under the Radar - Indie Music Magazine)

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  2. rickstas said: How about “Old Brown Shoe” by the Beatles?
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