The Holy Modal Rounders | Indian War Whoop

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Indian War Whoop

by The Holy Modal Rounders

Probably the most psychedelic album in the Rounders' career. Recorded in June, 1967 by Richard L. Anderson. Notorious street-freako rockabilly classic.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Jimmy and Crash Survey the Universe
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2. Indian War Whoop
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3. Sweet Apple Cider
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4. Soldier's Joy
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5. Cocaine Blues
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6. Sky Divers
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7. The Second-Hand Watch
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8. Radar Blues
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9. The I.W.W. Song
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10. Football Blues
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11. Bay Rum Blues
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12. Morning Glory
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Album Notes
"…a thoroughly bizarre listening experience" - Mark Deming / All Music Guide

The year 1967 proved to be a strong point of the 60’s generation culture and the ever growing New York underground music scene with the likes of David Peel & the Lower East Side, The Velvet Underground, The Godz, The Fugs, and the Holy Modal Rounders. That music is reflective of the time, and would prove to be the setting of a musical foundation for the group.

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