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Karen Dalton

Cotton Eyed Joe

Label: DELMORE RECORDINGS

Format: CDx2 + DVD

Genre: Folk

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Subtitled: The Loop Tapes -- Live In Boulder 1962. Great package of this previously never-heard material. 2CD gatefold jacket -- 21 tracks -- 85 minutes of never released 1962 live reel-to-reel ultra-rare historic recordings since Karen Dalton only released two LPs. This 2CD set proves Karen Dalton's influence on her famous friends and peers (Bob Dylan, Fred Neil, Tim Buckley, Tim Hardin). Unusual CD packaging -- gatefold jackets (similar to '60s heavy cardboard LP jackets w/ inner CD sleeves). 10-page booklet with photos of Karen Dalton and The Attic Club in Boulder in 1962/'63 (featuring The Byrds' David Crosby). Liner notes by Joe Loop (club owner and friend of Karen Dalton). North American release includes bonus DVD not available on European import copies of this title. DVD contains live footage of Karen Dalton circa 1969-70. FYI: the DVD is the same material as found on the UK Megaphone version of It's So Hard To Tell Who's Going To Love You the Best, but in NTSC format.
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Cat. number: DEL 001CD
Year: 2007

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