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    Main » 2010 » July » 14 » Circus Maximus ~ 1967 ~ Circus Maximus
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    Circus Maximus ~ 1967 ~ Circus Maximus
    genre: psych, beat
    country: us
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    Fuzz Acid & Flowers:

    Hailing from Austin, Texas, this band played a mixture of hard rock, folk rock and West Coast with flower power lyrics. Their two albums are not easy to come by but they are not expensive and recommended for their excellent guitar work. The first album contains seven Bob Bruno songs (mostly psychedelic with some jazzy touches, notably on Wind) and four by Jerry Jeff Walker (which are more folk/rock oriented).

    At the end of 1967 they gave a unique concert at the Carnegie Hall with the New York Pro Musica, a baroque ensemble.

    Their second album is qually interesting and contains songs like Mixtures and Parallel which are really nice. Neither of these albums sold well however and the group broke up.

    Jerry Walker later enjoyed a long and successful solo career, as a singer and a songwriter (his Mr. Bojangles was covered by many artists, including the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Bob Dylan).

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    Travelin' Around (Bob Bruno)
    Lost Sea Shanty (Jerry Jeff Walker)
    Oops, I Can Dance (Jerry Jeff Walker)
    You Know I've Got The Rest Of My Life To Go (Bob Bruno)
    Bright Light Lover (Bob Bruno)
    Chess Game (Bob Bruno)
    People's Game (Jerry Jeff Walker)
    Time Waits (Bob Bruno)
    Fading Lady (Jerry Jeff Walker)
    Short-Haired Fathers (Bob Bruno)
    Wind (Bob Bruno)
     
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    2 Gummo   (20.07.2010 03:52)
    Oh man.

    When I was a tad "The Wind" was a mainstay at New York's FM rock station, WNEW. Haven't heard it, literally, in decades.

    Thanks!


    1 pEIS   (15.07.2010 14:39)
    Thanks for this little classic! The Vanguard catalogue is ever interesting!
    pEIS

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