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Vinyl LP pressing. Originally released as private pressing in 1971, The FARM album is highly sought-after and revered by collectors. Recorded by this Southern Illinois band in 1971 at the legendary Golden Voice studios, it's chock full of jammy, bluesy guitar psych with heavy dual guitars, organ, congas, harp... Recommended if you like Quicksilver, Allman Brothers, Canned Heat, Ten Years After... Remastered sound; original artwork; includes booklet with photos and extensive liner notes by Kevin Rathert (It's Psychedelic Baby) "A vital album for fans of vintage guitar action." -Patrick Lundborg (Acid Archives).
Vinyl LP pressing. Originally released as private pressing in 1971, The FARM album is highly sought-after and revered by collectors. Recorded by this Southern Illinois band in 1971 at the legendary Golden Voice studios, it's chock full of jammy, bluesy guitar psych with heavy dual guitars, organ, congas, harp... Recommended if you like Quicksilver, Allman Brothers, Canned Heat, Ten Years After... Remastered sound; original artwork; includes booklet with photos and extensive liner notes by Kevin Rathert (It's Psychedelic Baby) "A vital album for fans of vintage guitar action." -Patrick Lundborg (Acid Archives).
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Farm [LP]
Artist: Farm
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Jungle Song
2. Let That Boy Boogie
3. Sunshine In My Window
4. Cottonfield Woman
5. Statesboro Blues

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Vinyl LP pressing. Originally released as private pressing in 1971, The FARM album is highly sought-after and revered by collectors. Recorded by this Southern Illinois band in 1971 at the legendary Golden Voice studios, it's chock full of jammy, bluesy guitar psych with heavy dual guitars, organ, congas, harp... Recommended if you like Quicksilver, Allman Brothers, Canned Heat, Ten Years After... Remastered sound; original artwork; includes booklet with photos and extensive liner notes by Kevin Rathert (It's Psychedelic Baby) "A vital album for fans of vintage guitar action." -Patrick Lundborg (Acid Archives).
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