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    Saturday, 02 September 2006

    Producer: Bob Johnston.  Reissue producers: Barry Feldman, Dave Nives.Recorded at Columbia Record  Studios, Los Angeles, California from November1967-April 1968. Originally  released on Epic (26335). Includes liner notesby Ralph J. Gleason & Arthur  Levy.

    The 1968 solo album  from the Quicksilver Messenger Service lead singer.Moving away from the  trademark QMS guitar pyrotechnics, this is a reflective album with a country  folky feel that includes a fine version of "Me And My Uncle".Produced by Bob  Johnston (the man who oversaw much of Dylan's classic 60's output) it's sound is  stripped down to haunting minor acoustic chordsswelled by wads of studio reverb.  Chemically deranged b ut incredibly
    charming. Fully detailed sleevenotes ... Read more »
    Category: Psyche/Garage/Folk | Views: 2331 | Added by: Optical-Sound | Date: 02 September 2006 | Rating: 5.0/1


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