Folkjokeopus is the third album issued by English folk/rock singer-songwriter & guitarist Roy Harper, released in 1969.
It is notable for the lengthy track, "McGoohan's Blues", which Harper states was "inspired by actor Patrick McGoohan's depiction of the establishment rebel in his TV series, The Prisoner". "One For All" was dedicated to tenor saxist Albert Ayler, whom Harper had known in Copenhagen.
The album title was borrowed to provide the name of a Minneapolis record store, Oar Folkjokeopus.
|Track number||Play||Loved||Track name||Buy||Duration||Listeners|
|1||Play on youtube||Sgt. Sunshine||3:04||1,429 listeners|
|2||Play on youtube||She's The One||6:55||1,628 listeners|
|3||Play on youtube||In the Time of Water||2:16||1,166 listeners|
|4||Play on youtube||Composer of Life||2:28||1,029 listeners|
|5||Play on youtube||One for All||8:14||1,495 listeners|
|6||Play on youtube||Exercising Some Control||2:50||990 listeners|
|7||Play on youtube||McGoohan's Blues||17:54||1,136 listeners|
|8||Play on youtube||Mañana||4:20||871 listeners|