Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Fred Neil
Do You Ever Think Of Me?

©1966/1967 Rev-Ola
320 Kbps CD Rip
DO YOU EVER THINK OF ME is a nicely packaged reissue of 1960s folk-rock legend Fred Neil's two albums for Capitol Records, 1966's FRED NEIL and 1967's SESSIONS. FRED NEIL was a more pop-oriented work than Neil's strictly acoustic 1965 debut, with producer Nik Venet adding a fuller, electrified folk-rock sound. It contains his two most famous songs, "The Dolphins" and "Everybody's Talkin'," the latter of which Harry Nilsson turned into a worldwide hit in 1969. The altogether different SESSIONS, true to its title, consists of seven live-in-the-studio jams, complete with lengthy acid-raga soloing and unedited studio-floor banter. The combination of the brightly polished folk-pop classic and its woozy, stoned-sounding follow-up neatly encapsulates both sides of Fred Neil's stormy, idiosyncratic musical personality.
1. Dolphins, The / 2. I've Got A Secret (Didn't We Shake Sugaree) / 3. That's The Bag I'm In / 4. Ba-De-Da / 5. Faretheewell (Fred's Tune) / 6. Everybody's Talkin' / 7. Everything Happens / 8. Sweet Cocaine / 9. Green Rocky Road / 10. Cynicrustpetefredjohn Raga / 11. Felicity / 12. Please Send Me Someone To Love / 13. Merry Go Round / 14. Look Over Yonder / 15. Fools Are A Long Time Comin' / 16. Looks Like Rain / 17. Roll On Rosie


we are the kitchen said...

hello. What is the password for unace?

n8w8 said...

No password ever. If you are asked for a password then your download is corrupt.

The file is fine, checked it.