Summer Of Lust Review
Recorded back in 1984 on a four track in Joe Ross' parent's attic, this is something of a holy grail to Green Pajama's fans... [Read More...]
Review: The Goblin Market
“The lonely nights above the graves, it brushed against your face/if I could, I’d touch it, steal it from this place” is one of many moving lines to be found on Beneath Far Gondal’s’ Foreign Sky... [Read More...]
Blurt Review of The Goblin Market
Technically a side project from Jeff Kelly and Laura Weller of the Green Pajamas, the Goblin Market allegedly concentrates more on Kelly's penchant for gothic themes and atmosphere over psychedelic melody and whimsy... [Read More...]
Beneath Far Gondal's Foreign Sky
I've established with previous posts that the Green Pajamas are glorious, and are frankly required listening for anyone who claims to love guitar based pop/rock... [Read More...]
Goblin Market, Wuthering Psych
First off, about this Goblin Market thing. I get that Jeff Kelly and Laura Weller probably started this side project of Green Pajamas thinking that they wanted to distance themselves from the Pajamas, that the separation would avoid confusion... [Read More...]
15 More of the Best Psychedelic Albums Of All Time.
My top 40 psychedelic albums list ( VIEW HERE ) drew a lot of comment, so here's a follow up list of 15 items that didn't quite make it onto the first list, and items I've discovered since from reader's suggestions... [Read More...]
Green Monkey Records' excavation of the Green Pajamas' back catalogue has been an impressive undertaking which I'm sad to see the end of, but they go out with a bang here!...
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Green Pajamas Country!
Although we have learned that Jeff Kelly of Seattle's Green Pajamas -- a band which has consistently delivers seductive and intelligent paisley-pop grounded in the spirit of the mid-Sixties, see here -- grew up playing country music with his father, this new album is something of a surprise...
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REVIEW: The Green Pajamas’ “Green Pajama Country!”
The Green Pajamas have been around for so long, it’s a shock that these guys do not already have a museum named in honor of them and their music. But these guys are taking the long road, knowing that honors and museums aren’t necessary when you simply want to play, and this time they’re doing it country style. Surprise? Maybe, maybe not... [Read More...]
Green Pajama Country
Don't freak out, Pajamas fans. The Green Pajamas have not gone Nashville nor have they gone crazy. Well, maybe crazy--- a little. What they have done is put out an album called Green Pajama Country! and while it is true that there is a bit of a twang here and there, you can count on the Pajamas to be Pajamas first and genre thereafter... [Read More...]
Green Pajama Country in The Terrascope
A country record? From our favourite paisley pop psychsters? Now I’ve heard everything! Well, if you’ve been following Seattle’s finest over the past 25+ years, you’ve even heard a few tracks off this, their 17th (give or take a few EPs and compilations) album...
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Green Pajama Country
With its cheery explanation point, Green Pajama Country! comes across as not only a gimmick, but a jokey one at that. But Seattle's finest psych rockers are no strangers to thematic LPs - ten years ago the band released The Caroler's Song and In a Glass Darkly, back-to-back EPs related to Christmas and J.S. Le Fanu respectively... [Read More...]
The Green Pajamas, The Red Red Rose EP
"One January afternoon / they killed you in your school clothes / as sure as winter's cruel hands clutch and kill the red red rose". This is heavy stuff, with the band playing heavy to match... [Read More...]
Green Pajamas: The Red, Red Rose
...After cataloging some of the beauty in the world that Phoebe can no longer enjoy, Kelly laments, “One January afternoon / They killed you in your school clothes”, while unsaid and unspeakable anger, remorse and guilt pours out of his guitar. It’s beautiful, and it’s a shame it ever had to be written... [Read More...]
Absolute Powerpop: CD of the Day, 9/14/10: Picture Day-Wild Aim
Picture Day is the brainchild of The Green Pajamas' Eric Lichter, who wrote the songs here and had them performed by an impressive cast of friends including Ken Stringfellow and Jimm McIver. In many respects the sound here is similar to ... [Read More...]
Complete Book of Hours
Like the Northwest environs from which they hail, Green Pajamas' music conveys a magical allure that proves consistently beguiling, no matter how many times it's experienced... [Read More...]
Green Pajamas Issue Phoebe Prince Song

This is important: Haunting and mesmerizing tune pays tribute to the young girl who was victimized by bullies. Hear the track below.

By Fred Mills

BLURT faves the Green Pajamas have just released a new song based on the sad story of Phoebe Prince, who committed suicide following intense bullying from schoolmates in Massachusetts in January of this year. "The Red, Red Rose" is performed... [Read More...]
PSYCHOMOTORBRAIN VS EARTH: Green Pajamas - This Is Where We ...
Having released more than 20 albums between 1984 and 2009 and after almost 25 years of successful career, the Green Pajamas fairly considered by many as one of the most important neo-psychedelic bands in America and beyond. ... [Read More...]