Of Horses, Kids and Forgotten Women [180 Gram Vinyl] [Reissued]

Of Horses, Kids and Forgotten Women [180 Gram Vinyl] [Reissued]

by Hearts and Flowers

Vinyl LP(Long Playing Record - Reissue / 180 Gram Vinyl)

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Of Horses, Kids and Forgotten Women [180 Gram Vinyl] [Reissued]

Future Flying Burrito Brother/Eagle Bernie Leadon replaced Rick Cunha for the group's second and final album, which is actually a considerably more L.A. pop-flavored production than their debut. Country-seasoned folk-rock remains at the core of the group's sound, but producer Nik Venet provides occasional tasteful, psychedelic-tinged orchestral arrangements. The material -- about half original -- is fairly strong, especially their covers of Arlo Guthrie's "Highway in the Wind" and Jesse Lee Kincaid's "She Sang Hymns Out of Tune" (also covered by Harry Nilsson on his first album). The unquestioned highlight is Larry Murray's "Ode to a Tin Angel"; by far the group's most psychedelic slice of folk-rock, with its swimming strings, tripped-out lyrics, and sweet harmonies, it's also their most atypical track. A slicker, but better, album than their first effort.

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Release Date: 04/24/2012
Label: 4 Men With Beards
UPC: 0646315119916
catalogNumber: 199

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