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Saturday, November 30, 2013

Bob Lind ‎– You Might Have Heard My Footsteps, The Best Of (1965-72 us, glorious folk psych)

This 25-song compilation includes the entire contents of his two 1966 LPs, as well as a 1967 single and two previously unreleased tracks. This period piece is highlighted by "Elusive Butterfly," the original versions of "Counting" and "Cheryl's Goin' Home," "Mr. Zero" (covered by Yardbird lead singer Keith Relf on a flop single), and the previously unreleased, gorgeous baroque rock song "English Afternoon." 
by Richie Unterberger

1. Elusive Butterfly - 2:46
2. Mister Zero - 3:43
3. You Should Have Seen It - 2:55
4. Counting - 2:54
5. Drifter's Sunrise - 3:26
6. Unlock The Door - 4:06
7. Truly Julie's Blues (I'll Be There) - 2:51
8. Dale Anne - 3:01
9. The World Is Just A “B” Movie - 3:57
10.Cheryl's Goin' Home - 2:06
11.It Wasn't Just The Morning - 2:50 -
12.I Can't Walk Roads Of Anger (Unedited Version) - 4:28
13.San Francisco Woman - 2:54
14.A Nameless Request - 2:15
15.West Virginia Summer Child - 2:12
16.Go Ask Your Man - 2:30
17.Remember The Rain - 2:47
18.I Just Let It Take Me - 2:35
19.The World Is Just A “B” Movie Meets Reno, Funtown, U.S.A. - 2:48
20.We've Never Spoken - 2:09
21.Oh Babe Take Me Home - 3:34
22.Eleanor - 3:33
23.It's Just My Love - 2:44
24.I Fall To You - 2:02
25.English Afternoon - 2:37
All songs by Bob Lind

*Bob Lind - Vocals, Guitar

1971  Bob Lind - Since There Were Circles

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Anonymous said...

how do I download these files

Timmy said...

Tutolly cool... THANX!

Brain Police said...

I remember I liked "Elusive Butterflie of Love" but I forgot how it sounded. Thx Marios!

El Greco said...

Thanks of advance of me listening Marios...Bob Lind is pure gold!! Keep 'em coming!

Sir Otter said...

This is an outstanding collection. I've always ought of Elusive Butterfly as being just a little bit twee, but the rest of the songs are so much more than standard pop offerings of the period. Well-written, nicely arranged - thanks for posting this!

Robert said...

A friend of mine from the U.K. suggested that I download this and give it a spin...I did and I love it ! Sounds great ! I DL the MP3 version. I'm here in New York City.

styxcreek said...

he never got the recognition he deserved. thanks for posting this beautiful music!