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(2-CD set) His was the voice of the Woodstock generation who asked 'baby, do you want to go' in the Canned Heat anthem Going Up the Country. Now Severn Records releases The Blind Owl, a compilation of Alan Wilson's greatest works with the legendary band he helped form. The Blind Owl features 20 songs of satisfying blues boogie including My Time Ain't Long, Mean Old World, and the band's breakout recording On the Road Again, plus Wilson's prophetic Poor Moon and fan favorite Time Was. In September of 1970 Alan overdosed, making him a member of the 27 Club. Still his legacy remains strong today as proven in this collection of remarkable recordings. The Blind Owl is a must for serious blues collectors as well as fans of 60's psychedelic rock. Packaged in 2-CD digipack with cover art provided by The 27s book.
Long John Baldry: It Ain't Easy '71
Excellent album AD.
Love in Vain by Carmen Gome;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRDJDAX_zgcLove in Vain by the Rolling Stones; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCvBUjJrmC4I prefer Carmen's version, she tell's the story while Mick is just busy being Mick Jagger...or am I missing something?
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