Sunday, December 31, 2006

Alan Trajan - Firm Roots (1969)

Scottish keyboardist Alan Trajan's 1969 album is an unsettling collection of rock songs and ballads featuring prominent organ, fiery guitar, soulful vocals and acoustic picking from folk legend Davy Graham. Produced by Ray Horricks (Bread Love & Dreams, Human Beast, Davy Graham), it's well-established as one of the rarest singer-songwriter recordings of the period. Forced Exposure
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kqwiet said...

Hey that was a quick return Lisa :). Thanks for all of the awesome music. Happy New Year!

Anonymous said...

1.Speak To Me Clarissa

2.One Tends To Get Bitter Now And Again


4.Highway 51 Blues

5.This'll Drive You Off Your Head

6.Mental Destruction


8.Down River

9.Corinna Corinna

10.This Might Be My Last Number

11.Girl From The North Country

12.Charles Russell

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this d/l..its good to c u back..All best for new year with good health Lisa.

Anonymous said...

It's nice to have you back :D