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    Saturday, 21 June 2008

    This LP from 1971, escaped until today any reissue, and remains in many collectors wishlists. No info is available for this except from from a couple of words in rateyourmusic. The first reviewer (which provided the cover, an image we used in this post) praises it and gives the Holy Modal Rounders as the closest reference while the second almost dismiss it as very much influenced from Dylan.

    I would say that the more I'm listening to it, the more I tend to agree with the first reviewer: although we're not talking about a masterpiece, it's true that there are not many records you can bring in your mind while listening Vigril Caine.
    Surely there's Dylan here (like in the opening track or in "Buiscuit High") but after that we have "There's an X in Nixon" a true masterpiece, which I think will be played a lot by our visitors who will decide to listen to this album.

    Virgil Cane was the fictional character of Robbie Robertson's "The Night they Drove Old Dixie Down" fro ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 3897 | Added by: Lost-In-Tyme | Date: 21 June 2008 | Rating: 4.8/5


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