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File under: acid folk

Randy Burns

Evening of the Magician (Lp)

Label: Enabling Works

Format: LP

Genre: Psych

In stock

180gm vinyl LP. Three albums by Randy Burns were originally released on the ESP-Disk label during the late sixties. The first of which called Of Love and War came out in 1966 and was somewhat your typical mid-sixties solo folk debut album, straight out of the Greenwich Village scene. It contained a few self-composed tunes but mostly 'borrowed' songs from fellow folksters. Accompanied only by his acoustic guitar and occasional 12-string backing, Randy laid down a set that inspired his own writing. The third album called Songs For an Uncertain Lady was released in 1970 and already leaned much more towards Randy's rock style in the early 70's, when he moved on to the Mercury label. However still folky, as a whole it was much more straightforward and outgoing than the music described yet. Now, in retrospective categorized as acid- or lonerfolk, ever an effort of a self-composed album in the folkrock genre of the time is Evening of the Magician, from 1968
File under: acid folk
Cat. number: EWLP III
Year: 2018

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