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Wee Tam

LP (Item 562591) Elektra, 1969 — Condition: Used
Temporarily Out Of Stock

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Half of the fourth album from The Incredible String Band and by far their most sprawling work to date – which was originally split into separate LPs for the US release – this bein the more intimate Wee Tam portion! Multi-instrumentalists Mike Heron & Robin Williamson began using studio multi-tracking to incredible effect on their previous LP, and continue on that path here, though accompanied by violin and percussion by Rose. Titles include "Job's Tears", "The Yellow Snake", "Beyond The See", "The Half-Remarkable Question", "Ducks On A Pond" and more.  © 1996-2019, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(UK pressing from 1972, K 42021, in an alternate matte finsh cover.)

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