Saturday, May 14, 2016

Bob Lind "Since There Were Circles" 1971



Singer songwriter Bob Lind never got the attention he deserved back in the days. "Since There Were Circles" from 1971 were produced by the legendary Doug Westson (owner of the Troubadour in L.A.). With a little help from friends like Bernie Leadon, Doug Dillard, Carol Kaye and Gene Clark he made this wonderful record full of groovy folky country.

Enjoy!


9 comments:

  1. I'd rate that one of my favourite album covers ever. Never seen it before, glad to have seen it now. Gorgeous. Back in the day we all bought LPs on the strength of the album cover didn't we?!
    Bilbo

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    1. Bilbo - I totally agree with you, It's a marvelous album cover, you really get hooked on it, true art! Yeah, remeber when I was a teenager in the late eighties with all the "big" album covers in the record stores with big eyes:-)

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  2. A solid LP from an under appreciated artist.
    Thanks for posting.

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    1. Snakeboy - Thanks for listening to it:-)

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  3. Thanks for posting this. I saw him in concert about 4 years ago and he is still fantastic live. Go see him if you get the chance.

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    1. YankeeBoy - That sounds awesome, cool that he still do performances!

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  4. Great share! I only knew Lind from his big hit, "Elusive Butterfly," which I found kind of schmalzy and hippy-dippy. This LP is another matter entirely. Thanks.

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    1. Apauling - Nice that you liked the LP. Yes, I totally agree with you about "Elusive Butterfly", maybe that song cracked his career a bit afterwards?

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  5. fyi, Mr. Groovy - file not found

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