Bob Lind ‎– Photographs Of Feeling

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San Francisco Woman 2:53
A Nameless Request 2:12
West Virginia Summer Child 2:12
Go Ask Your Man 2:19
Remember The Rain 2:46
I Just Let It Take Me 2:33
The World Is Just A "B" Movie Meets Reno, Funtown U.S.A. 2:48
We've Never Spoken 2:11
Oh Babe Take Me Home 3:33
Elanor 3:24

Versions (11)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WPS-21851 Bob Lind Photographs Of Feeling(LP, Album) World Pacific Records WPS-21851 US 1966 Sell This Version
WPS-21851 Bob Lind Photographs Of Feeling(LP, Album) World Pacific Records WPS-21851 Canada 1966 Sell This Version
STL 5395 Bob Lind Photographs Of Feeling(LP, Album) Fontana STL 5395 UK 1966 Sell This Version
WS-21851 Bob Lind Photographs Of Feeling(LP, Album) World Pacific Records WS-21851 US 1966 Sell This Version
WP-1851 Bob Lind Photographs Of Feeling(LP, Album, Mono) World Pacific Records WP-1851 US 1966 Sell This Version
FL-32065 Bob Lind Photographs Of Feeling(LP, Album, Mono) Festival Records FL-32065 Australia 1966 Sell This Version
WP-1851 Bob Lind Photographs Of Feeling(LP, Album, Mono) World Pacific Records WP-1851 US 1966 Sell This Version
TL.5395 Bob Lind Photographs Of Feeling(LP, Album, Mono) Fontana TL.5395 US 1966 Sell This Version
WP-1851 Bob Lind Photographs Of Feeling(LP, Album, Mono) World Pacific Records WP-1851 Canada 1966 Sell This Version
WP-1851 Bob Lind Photographs Of Feeling(LP, Album, Mono) World Pacific Records WP-1851 US 1966 Sell This Version
WP-1851DJ Bob Lind Photographs Of Feeling(LP, Album, Mono, Promo) World Pacific Records WP-1851DJ US 1966 Sell This Version

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yellowfinch17

yellowfinch17

August 24, 2019
edited 2 months ago
referencing Photographs Of Feeling, LP, Album, WPS-21851
The cheeky 'San Francisco Woman' is a personal fave. Hasn't everyone has experienced being "down to seeds and stems" at least one time in their life? 'West Virginia Summer Child and companion piece, 'We've Never Spoken' are gorgeously bathed in Nitzsche strings which complement his lyrics. While the poetry and production in the closing song, 'Elanor' with tastefully, spare fuzz on the guitar accenting his unique look at a lost love, One can almost imagine hearing the song on a radio that only works sometimes.
BillBryde

BillBryde

July 1, 2015
referencing Photographs Of Feeling, LP, Album, WPS-21851
I've been a Bob Lind fan since 1966. It's been almost 50 years and his music is as great as ever. This is poetry that cannot ever be replaced. I've used his lyrics with a class of 7th graders in the 1980's and they raved over it. Thanks for keeping the music alive.