Rarities of Folk-Rock and Psychedelia in the 60s: The Lovin’ Spoonful

freecovers.netfreecovers.net freecovers.net freecovers.net

THE LOVIN’ SPOONFUL
The Hums of the Lovin’ Spoonful (1966)

One of the grooviest bands of the Greenwich Village scene in New York in the Sixties. The music is both deeply rooted in North-American traditions of folk music and bluegrass, and deeply contemporary – they sound like a band who could only be born out of Bob Dylan going electric to jam with The Band. White-boy soul and vocal harmonies whose beauty rivals with The Beach Boys or Neil Young are other attractions of The Lovin’ Spoonful sound. So here’s the band 3rd studio album for the enjoyment of any of you interested in undigging the buried treasures of American music:

Similar artists: The Monkees; The Byrds; Beau Brummels; The Kinks; Buffalo Springfield; CSN&Y; Donovan; Dave Von Ronk; Fred Neil; Lightnin’ Hopkins; John Lee Hooker.

Advertisements

The Greatest Canadian Albums Ever… [Part 01]

THE BAND - "Music From  The Big Pink"

THE BAND – “Music From The Big Pink” (1968) LISTEN or DOWNLOAD (AMG REVIEW)

* * * * *

NEIL YOUNG - "Harvest" (1972)

NEIL YOUNG – “Harvest” (1972) LISTEN or DOWNLOAD

* * * * *

JONI MITCHELL - "Blue" (1971)

JONI MITCHELL – “Blue” (1971) LISTEN or DOWNLOAD

* * * * *

LEONARD COHEN - "Songs" (1968)

LEONARD COHEN – “Songs” (1968) LISTEN or DOWNLOAD

* * * * *

ARCADE FIRE - "Funeral" (2004)

ARCADE FIRE – “Funeral” (2004) – LISTEN or DOWNLOAD

* * * * *

GUESS WHO - "American Woman" (1970)

GUESS WHO – “American Woman” (1970) LISTEN or DOWNLOAD

 TO BE CONTINUED.

Trip on: