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A description of any tears in the shrink or wear under the shrink-wrap will be provided. It will play as new. I swear I thought I was the only single person in the world who owned a copy of that record when I was a kid. Haven't heard it in literally decades! Hi Max, Thanks for posting this. I found this lp a couple of years ago and liked it from the get-go.
Hooker, but to me it is more like the John St. Field aka Jackie Leven "Control" album, and that is not an album that has many kin I just found another copy a couple of weeks ago sealed so any interested parties can get in touch with me if they wish. Post a Comment.
Here's a somewhat odd release that I think some of you will enjoy. I think it sometimes gets categoirzed as psych-folk but I think that's a bit misleading, there are definitely folky elements and some psychedelic or at least proggy ones too but there are also some jazz influences and the whole thing has a definite downer vibe.
At times it reminds me of Tim Buckley, although Whynott's vocals are not in the same league. The record appears to tell the story of a trip across the US, but it's a pretty uneventful trip. Whynott goes a few places, meets a few people, and manages to sound wistful about it all. There's a girl in Rock Springs who sings, then some flying without a plane, then some other woman who reminds him of a lioness, and then a trip into the mountains while it's raining.
The lyrics are kind of trippy and a little annoying, at times, because they don't seem to be really saying anything. However, the overall effect works--you come away feeling something listless and removed. The record does feature tablas as well as some other odd percussion.
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