Label: Warner Bros. Records - WS 1832 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk
This set combines Glenn Yarbrough 's second Yarbrough Country and third Let Globe Holders (Remix) - Edu Leedz - Mass Movementz (File) Choose Life albums for Warners after he left RCA inand pairing the two on a single disc actually enriches both, creating a kind of variety that neither really had on its own.
Yarbrough Country was a half-hearted and probably misguided attempt to place the singer in a country context, and while it featured credible versions of Gordon Lightfoot 's "Ribbon of Darkness," Bob Dylan 's "Walkin' Down the Line," Bryan Davies ' "Wisconsin," and Fred Neil 's "Everybody's Talkin'," nobody mistook it for George Jones. Again, paired like this, these albums seem to breathe a little better, and whatever gentle twists Warners applied to Yarbrough 's style through his run with the label, it still all comes back to his voice, and that trademark high and clear tenor is front and center on both of these albums.
Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip.
Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. If You Feel It - Various - Summer Dance Videos All Posts.
Release Date January 13, Genre Folk. Introspection Reflection Spring. Track Listing. Glenn Yarbrough. Ribbon of Darkness. Rod McKuen. Give Your Best. Honey Drippin' Times. Neil Diamond. Bryan Davies. Walkin' Down the Line. Bob Dylan. Everybody's Talkin'. Fred Neil. Sunshine Fields of Love. From Way Up Here. I Didn't Know. Alex Hassilev. The Old Man at the Fair. Downtown L. We Are Touching Through the Air. Goodbye Girl.
Every Passing Moment. Until You Happened to Pass By. I'll Walk Away. Let Me Choose Life. Jean Rod McKuen. Honey Drippin' Times Neil Diamond. Wisconsin Bryan Davies. Walkin' Down the Line The Old Man At The Fair - Glenn Yarbrough - Let Me Choose Life Dylan.
Everybody's Talkin' Fred Neil. I Didn't Know Alex Hassilev.