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The oddly named folk music duo from the Lower East Side blends folk revival and psychedelia (incidentally, their version of Hesitation Blues -included here-features one of the earliest usages of the term psychedelic) on this record combining their first two Prestige albums. Tracks include Blues in the Bottle; the Cuckoo; Euphoria; Long John; Hey, Hey Baby; Moving Day; Same Old Man; Hop High Ladies; Bound to Lose; Bully of the Town; Sail Away Ladies; Clinch Mountain Back step, and more, plus the previously unreleased tracks Sugar in the Gourd and Soldier's Joy ! Also features new historical liner notes by Larry Kelp!
The oddly named folk music duo from the Lower East Side blends folk revival and psychedelia (incidentally, their version of Hesitation Blues -included here-features one of the earliest usages of the term psychedelic) on this record combining their first two Prestige albums. Tracks include Blues in the Bottle; the Cuckoo; Euphoria; Long John; Hey, Hey Baby; Moving Day; Same Old Man; Hop High Ladies; Bound to Lose; Bully of the Town; Sail Away Ladies; Clinch Mountain Back step, and more, plus the previously unreleased tracks Sugar in the Gourd and Soldier's Joy ! Also features new historical liner notes by Larry Kelp!
025218241120

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Format: CD
Label: FAN
Catalog: 24711
Rel. Date: 08/24/1999
UPC: 025218241120

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Artist: Holy Modal Rounders
Format: CD
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The oddly named folk music duo from the Lower East Side blends folk revival and psychedelia (incidentally, their version of Hesitation Blues -included here-features one of the earliest usages of the term psychedelic) on this record combining their first two Prestige albums. Tracks include Blues in the Bottle; the Cuckoo; Euphoria; Long John; Hey, Hey Baby; Moving Day; Same Old Man; Hop High Ladies; Bound to Lose; Bully of the Town; Sail Away Ladies; Clinch Mountain Back step, and more, plus the previously unreleased tracks Sugar in the Gourd and Soldier's Joy ! Also features new historical liner notes by Larry Kelp!
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