Fred Neil

Fred Neil - Fred Neil
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The History of The Albums – n° 332

In 1967, the Greenwich Village neighborhood, symbol of New York's folk revival, continued to promote excellent talent, artists and also resonate as an influential land of counter culture. However, it no longer had the same visibility in the eyes of the general public and the music industry. It's a bit of a story of the short-lived underground phenomenon brought to light, helped by the emergence of Bob Dylan, that ended up back in the shadow of show ... read more
This was fun. I feel like life went by quicker while I was listening to this, which is always a good thing.
fred has such a feminine and gentle tone, yet he portrays nothing other than a true man. what forward-thinking music this is. very hard to pinpoint where it came from and where it might turn.
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Track List

  1. The Dolphins
  2. I've Got A Secret (Didn't We Shake Sugaree)
  3. That's The Bag I'm In
  4. Ba-Di-Da
  5. Faretheewell (Fred's Tune)
  6. Everybody's Talkin'
  7. Everything Happens
  8. Sweet Cocaine
  9. Green Rocky Road
  10. Cynicrustpetefredjohn Raga
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Added on: January 1, 2017