Genre: Folk
Label: Sundazed
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


Fred Neil Bleeker & MacDougal 150g LP

Fred Neil

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Exact Reproduction On High-Definition Vinyl From Original Analog Masters!

Featured in Michael Fremer's Heavy Rotation in the February 2002 Issue of Stereophile!

With a deeply resonant voice that exuded a hundred things at once - pain, joy, weariness and decades of experience - Fred Neil created a small body of work that covered the world like paint. No one from the vibrant early '60s Greenwich Village folk scene had more staying power than this legendary recluse. Neil's 1964 debut, Bleecker And MacDougal, captures the great man at the apex of his talents. Exact repro on High Quality 150 gram vinyl, from the original analog masters!

• 150g Vinyl

Bleecker And MacDougal, Blues On The Ceiling, Sweet Mama, Little Bit Of Rain, Country Boy, Other Side To This Life, Mississippi Train, Travelin' Shoes, The Water is Wide, Yonder Comes The Blues, Candy Man, Handful Of Gimme, Gone Again.

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