Sunday, August 11, 2013

Woodbine - Roots (1971 us, nice blended folk with slight country flavor, 2010 korean remaster)

The band was active in the area musician Bill Camplin three Milwaukee musicians who participated with him as a band leader was enrolled as a quartet consisting of Milwaukee from Woodbine. Containing live performances with a small coffee house in the 1972 Milwaukee Music Club of Milwaukee at the time was mainly live performances the band is less Roots of these unique works. An obscured American Folk Rock album at its top.

Activities and participate in the music of Jim Spencer as a base for the Milwaukee at the time that Richard Thomas, lead vocals and guitar, and his Bill Camplin peurodyuseueul takes attended lettering booklet of wife, Linda Thomas, who worked together with him to take bonjak together.    
1. Jezebel - 3:29
2. Jesse's Mountain Range - 6:28
3. Old Man - 5:17
4. The Harvest - 7:50
5. Red Velvet - 3:16
6. Save The Life Of A Simple Child - 5:24
7. Hold On - 4:59
8. Can A Star Disappear - 9:51
All songs by William Camplin except track #5 by Ian Tyson

*William Bill Camplin - Guitar, vocals
*Bob Mueller - Drums
*Ken Pfaff - Bas, vocals
*Bruce Riddiough - Guitar

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