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Sidewalks Talking (180 gram pressing)

LP (Item 472624) Ovation/Lion, 1970 — Condition: New Copy
(reissue)
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(€9.08 || £7.18 || ¥1243) (approx.)
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An amazing little record – easily one of the coolest albums ever on the legendary Ovation label – and a set that has the small imprint almost hitting the heights of their Chicago neighbor Cadet Records! The core sounds here are from the folksy duo of Chuck Hollins and Dave Starr – but their music is really expanded with some key studio touches – jazzy inflections from session players, some slight fuller arrangements – and an overall vibe that carries the same sense of hope and new voice that you'd find in records by Terry Callier or Rotary Connection! The dawn of the 70s was a great time to push the boundaries of what could be done with folk and psychedelic trappings, and these guys really find a great little space – balancing trippy lyricism, lots of ethereal atmosphere, and a few heavily percussive jams! Titles include "Talking To Myself", "Krishna Dov", "Cry Baby Cry", "Twin City Prayer", "John Hurt", "Hard Headed Women", "Lovable", "Digress", "Stayin High", "Sidewalk's Talkin'", and "Feelin' Good". (Limited edition of 750 copies.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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