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Plain and Fancy

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Plato

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Southwind - What A Place To Land (1971 us, excellent bluesy country classic rock, 2015 korean remaster)


The third and final album from Southwind, originally released by Blue Thumb in 1971. Compared to the band's debut this effort is less psychedelic and more pronounced blues influence than past efforts, but there's plenty to enjoy for fans of rural country rock.

Southwind disbanded soon after the record's release and guitarist John Martin swapping his birth name for his nickname "Moon," Martin went on to back Linda Ronstadt, later recording a series of solo albums and writing the Robert Palmer smash "Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)." Pulte also cut a pair of 1972 solo LPs for United Artists before disappearing from the music scene. 


Tracks
1. Slippery John (John Martin, Jim Pulte) - 3:15
2. Beside The Mountain (Jim Pulte, Fontaine Brown) - 3:17
3. Best Part (Fontaine Brown) - 3:15
4. Please Don't Hitchhike (Jim Pulte) - 2:40
5. Back In The Band (Jim Pulte, John Martin) - 2:50
6. Bootleg Woman (Fontaine Brown) - 3:34
7. Baby Games (John Martin, Jim Pulte) - 2:57
8. Dynamite (Eric Dalton, Fontaine Brown, Jim Pulte, John Martin) - 2:11
9. Buzz Me (Fontaine Brown, John Martin) - 5:32

The Southwind
*Fontaine Brown - Keyboards, Harpsichord 
*Jim Pulte - Bass 
*Eric Dalton - Drums
*John Martin - Lead Guitar