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Friday, February 12, 2010

SNOOKY WITH THE TOWN AND COUNTRY FEATURING GORDON BOAL




VINTAGE RECORDS
SCV-142
1974
STEREO





SIDE A:



TEDDY BEAR 3:02
I LOVE YOU MORE & MORE VERY DAY 3:13
RED HAIRED MARY 2:42
NO ONE WILL EVER KNOW 3:00
IT'S OVER 3:17
GOODBYE ROADS 2:24

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SIDE B:



CRY MYSELF TO SLEEP 3:44
GOODBYE MICK 2:21
GOIN' HOME 3:15
THEY CALL THE WIND MARIA 3:15
THE HANGOVER 2:43
THERE GOES MY EVERYTHING 3:15
WEE JEANIE MCCALL 2:01

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Editor's note: this is the type of record that I like the best because nobody else seems to have it and the only collector that does, has a copy that is still sealed and wants $100 for it. A reasonable price for a rare and sought after album but this doesn't exactly meet the latter criteria. Anyhow, I found it for 50 cents in Nashville and you can listen for free (assuming that you have ears; if not..it sure is purty isn't it?).

The content is all cover songs (I believe), the music's pretty good and the vocals are fair in most places. About par for the course on these one-offs and then gone.

1 comment:

S. D. Snutch said...

Sorry, Meant the song It's over... not Teddy Bear. It's Over is actually a song Bob wrote at the end of his marriage.