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by John Compton

Singer/songwriter of Appaloosa recorded these folk rock songs at Bearsville Sound Studios in 1973. Featuring legendary session players Harvey Brooks (bass) and Billy Mundi (drums).
Genre: Avant Garde: Avant-Americana
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Singer/songwriter of Appaloosa recorded these folk rock songs at Bearsville Sound Studios in 1973. This recording features legendary session musicians Harvey Brooks / Bass (Dylan, Seals & Crofts, Tim Hardin) and Billy Mundi / Drums (Dylan, Fred Neil, Mothers of Invention) Bill Elliott adds his beautiful piano style and funky B3 organ. David Mowry and Roland Dufault added their great acoustic and lead guitar parts. Mark Harmon meticulously engineered all of the recording sessions. The recording was lovingly transfered from the two original master 1/4" tapes to the digital realm by Mark Lyons at - Full album credits at


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