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Global Village Trucking CompanySmiling Revolution (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Caroline/Esoteric (UK), 1974. New Copy 2CD ... $16.99 24.99
The one and only album ever issued by this really unique UK group – a set that didn't even come out until after the combo had broken up in the mid 70s! Global Village Trucking Company have a long name that echoes the spirit of the Cali scene – and like some of the Marin County groups, they've got urban roots, but mostly rehearse and hang out in the country – in styles that evolve past earlier folk and blues influences, to a nicely collaborative, sometimes-jamming style that has a very easygoing vibe. The sound is great – like one of those early 70s groups recorded by Capitol or Columbia who never got a big push from the label – and titles include "Lasga's Farm", "Skytrain", "Smiling Revolution", "Down In The Lowlands", "Watch Out There's A Mind About", "Love Your Neighbour", and "On The Judgement Day". 2CD version features lots of bonus tracks – titles that include "Love Will Find A Way", "Earl Stoneham The Gunslinger", "You're A Floozy Madame Karma", "Everybody Needs A Good Friend", "It Ain't No Apple Pie", and "Pebbles". CD
 
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✨✧ ShindigIssue 116 ... Magazine
Shindig, 2021. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
That's the lovely 5th Dimension on the cover – kicking off a big article on their many charms, billed as "champagne soul in the Age Of Aquarius" – with some exclusive interview material for the article! There's also a great look back at the funk and mod powerhouse label Acid Jazz – and more on Danny Benair, Global Village Trucking Company, Dick Jones, Monster Magnet, Tiny Tim, Jim Ford, and The Easybeats – plus the Paramount Records label, with a rundown on some of its cool singles from the early 70s! There's plenty more too – all done in the very lively Shindig style! Magazine
 
 
 



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