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Saturday, May 12, 2018

PASTORALE

by Rod McKuen


WARNER BROS. RECORDS
2WS 1894
STEREO
1971



SIDE A:



Fly Me To The North (3:02)
Three (2:22)
Pastorale: Part I (3:06)
Love, Let Me Not Hunger (2:29)
Make It With You (5:23)
The Green Hills Of England (4:04)

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SIDE B:



Before The Monkeys Came (2:19)
I Think Of You (2:35)
Something (3:06)
Fields Of Wonder (2:41)
Pastures Green / Pavements Gray (5:03)
The Railroad Song (4:18)
Kill The Wind (2:08)

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SIDE C:



The Silver Apples Of The Moon (2:43)
I've Saved The Summer (1:53)
He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother (3:55)
Find Another Rainbow (2:37)
When Am I Ever Going Home? (2:59)
The Wind Of Change (5:10)

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SIDE D:



Nothing's Going To Change My World (3:35)
Some (2:32)
Long, Long Time (4:20)
Moving Day (3:08)
Yet Another Sunset (2:29)
The Single Man (3:08)
Fly Me To The North / I'll Fly Northward (6:06)

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Editor's note: thus finishes a week of Rod. Are you assuaged? Or do you feel ever-sausaged by this uber-hump of feminine masculinity? If you are a dude out there that has abandoned his kid(s) remember this and all of McKuen's output was shaped by that sort of beginning. A reasonable voice of wisdom, love and care go a long way. All Rod had was abandonment and abuse from a surrogate father who failed him as bad as the biological one that left did and he became a cuck to his own psyche. Poor bastard. Of course, it afforded him enough to amass one of the largest private record collections ever assembled. That counts for something.

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