about 1971

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ETERNAL RUSH EAST

There’s a humble primitive charm at work in this seven-person Washington, DC group’s low-budget folk-rock/rock custom. The opening songs are...

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PROCLAIMERS (AUSTRALIA)

This one is also not found in The Archivist but is included her in case some one is seeking the...

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JACKSON BROTHERS

See review under "A New Season". diakoneo

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SAM JOHNSON AND JOE WHITE

Young Life project recorded live in Minneapolis featuring a side each from pianist Joe White and guitarist Sam Johnson. Joe’s...

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MIKE JONCAS

A truly precious folk 1p, one of the best on this fine label. While many early World Library albums have...

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JOYFUL SOUND

If you’re used to the high-tech production wizardry of contemporary recordings, California’s The Joyful Sound will definitely bum you out...

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JOYOUS CELEBRATION

For their debut release this three-girl two-guy Seattle, Washington group performs simple and fairly ordinary folk covers of ‘Come The...

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KENT, PHIL AND DOUG

The label just says Kent, Phil & Doug (the performers) while the cover simply states Rosewood (presumably the album title,...

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KENT AND PHIL

Another combination of these folk-singing lads featuring Kent & Phil with their guitars, plus Doug McClain on bass and vibra-harp....

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