Richard Ruskin* ‎– Richard Ruskin

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Takoma ‎– C-1039
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 Break Out The Wine
Backing Vocals – Bob Gibson Rock & Roll BoysGuitar, Vocals – R. Ruskin*Percussion – D. Rosmini*
3:30
A2 Here Comes The Sun
Guitar – R. Ruskin*Percussion – D. Rosmini*
2:15
A3 B.K.'s Jig
Bass – D. Rosmini*Guitar – R. Ruskin*
1:48
A4 Lady Madonna
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals – R. Ruskin*Bass, Percussion – D. Rosmini*
2:12
A5 Pizza
Bass – J. Lamano*Drums – M. Botts*Electric Guitar – R. Ruskin*
2:30
A6 Temptation
Guitar – R. Ruskin*
2:37
A7 Teddy Bear's Picnic
Guitar – R. Ruskin*
1:16
B1 Diggin' My Potatoes
Bass – J. Lamano*Drums – M. Botts*Guitar, Vocals – R. Ruskin*
2:35
B2 Kudah Duxx
Guitar – R. Ruskin*Percussion – D. Rosmini*
1:51
B3 The Return Of The Flute
Guitar – R. Ruskin*
1:55
B4 Life Is Within You & Without You
Guitar – R. Ruskin*
3:23
B5 Ode To Billy's Hoe
Guitar, Bass – R. Ruskin*Percussion – D. Rosmini*
2:23
B6 Candyfreight
Guitar – R. Ruskin*
1:24
B7 Beer Commercial
Backing Vocals – D. Rosmini*Bass – J. Lamano*Drums – M. Botts*Guitar, Vocals – R. Ruskin*
0:54

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groovatronics

groovatronics

October 7, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
Let's get something straight. Collectors are a strange bunch. This album doesn't seem to be worth much, but I can tell you that if it was some underground private press and not a mid-'70s Takoma release, I think this album would draw a small cult-following. I'm not saying it's the most revolutionary rural rock LP out there, but it's strikingly pure and surprisingly good. The fact is, this must be a case of people judging a book by its cover. If the record happened to be issued on a tiny Minnesota label and given a psychedelic cover, you can bet every collector of country/folk rock gems would pine for it.
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