A wildly drug induced album full of dark psychedelia with folky overtones and exotic instrumentation. One of the best acid/space folk LPs ever. Great stoner hippie folk on the cosmic mystical level; full of weird urban folk and indian effects!! Great cover of Velvet's "Pale Blue Eyes" in a spaced out Dylanesque mood!In some parts reminding of the great German band DOM.
Hamilton Yarns formed in the winter of two thousand and two with a desire to tell tales. Iain Paxon, Alistair Strachan and Richard Herring started the ball rolling with a series of songs woven together by a fanfare of lost horns and stubby fingered guitar picking.
Australian singer-songwriter who began making idosyncratic records of the 1960s. He moved from Adelaide to Sydney in his late teens, he began writing poetry, novels and songs at an impressive rate. Artist Gary Shead made a documentary about him. He recorded and pressed a few copies of an album, De Da De Dum; Polygram records snapped him up and re-recorded the LP as Adreneline and Richard.
Singer, guitarist, and drummer Gordon Jackson released a rare album for the Marmalade label in 1969, Thinking Back , that bore much similarity to records of the era by Traffic and (more distantly) Family .
In between a busy acting schedule, Holman recorded the 1970 album 'Here In The Land Of Victory'. An interesting mix of country, blues, and eastern influenced psych-folk. His voice is heavy on the vibrato, reminiscent of Tim Buckley.
Born in Florence, Alabama in 1942, Donnie Fritts began his career as a musician at the age of 15, playing drums and keyboard. In 1965 Fritts began writing songs and had songs recorded by Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis, Willie Nelson and others.
Jim Ford (August 23, 1941 – November 18, 2007) was an American singer-songwriter originally from Johnson County, Kentucky. After living in New Orleans, Ford moved to Los Angeles, and finally settled in Fort Bragg, CA.